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Alloa South African Memorial

Alloa South African Memorial

The Alloa South African War MemorialView location map

This site, which lies within the Alloa Glebe Conservation Area, is situated on the north side of the junction between Ludgate and Claremont and comprises a public open space with shrub margins, grassed areas and wide footpaths. The memorial, which is Category B listed, stands off centre towards the north of the site, centred on a circular hard standing with three radial footpaths extending out towards the north west, south and north east.

The memorial comprises an ashlar square stone pedestal with carved coat of arms and inscription on a convex south face. The remaining three upper pedestal faces have relief panels with moulded edges with the north facing panel containing a bronze plaque. There is a moulded pediment to the upper edge of the pedestal. The stone statue depicts a soldier of the Argyll & Southerland Highlanders standing protectively over a wounded comrade.


The Roll of Honour

"IN MEMORIAM SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1907"

Killed in action

Lieutenant Harold Percival Paton
Protectorate Regiment

Second Lieut Edward John Younger
16th Queens Hussars

Private Frank Lynn
2nd Dragoons

Private David McGregor
Highland Light Infantry

Trooper John W Hastings
Kimberly Light Horse

Died of wounds

Lance Corpl RH Alston Hunter
18th Hussars

Private Robert C Johnstone
Kings Own Scottish Borderers

Private John Wright
Royal Highlanders

Died of disease

Sergt Piper Robert Watt
Kings Own Scottish Borderers

Lance Corpl David M Stirling
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private William WWA Miller
Transvaal Constabulary