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Research for this page donated by The Small Family
Photos donated by Jim Ogilvie, Ayr, Scotland.

In 1994, Hugh Small visited Ayr Cemetery in Scotland. There he recorded the graves of WWI soldiers of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. The Cemetery contains one large communal gravestone and 14 single gravestones.

Ayr Cemetery, Scotland
Photo by Jim Ogilvie, Ayr, Scotland.

There is also a monument that remembers all the Soldiers buried elsewhere in Scotland. It has a Caribou cap badge etched in metal:

Caribou Cap Badge

and the inscription:

"To the Glory of God and in Memory of those Men of the Newfoundland Contingent who lie buried elsewhere in Scotland"

Celtic Cross
Photo by Jim Ogilvie, Ayr, Scotland.

The twelve names listed below are on the Communal Stone above

Photo donated by Hugh Small

Regt # Name Rank Died Buried
1601 Boland, P.J. Pte 21 Dec 1916 Sannox Cemetery, Isle of Arran
584 Chaplin, J.F. Pte 1 Jan 1915 Ardersier, Invernesshire
924 Dick, G. Sgt 12 Jul 1916 Largs Cemetery, Ayrshire
1955 Ford, J. Pte 26 Feb 1916 Hawkhead Cemetery, Paisley
794 Gorman, J.J. Pte 30 Mar 1915 Mount Vernon Cemetery, Edinburgh
8111 Hogan, G. (*NFC) Pte 16 Aug 1918 Kenmore Cemetery, Aberfeldy
3384 Hunt, C.J. L/Cpl 7 Jun 1917 Western Cemetery, Glasgow
2137 Maddock, W. Bdsm 17 Mar 1917 Cathcart Cemetery, Glasgow
1943 Mugford, G. Pte 24 Feb 1916 Hawkhead Cemetery, Paisley
8460 Taylor, S. (*NFC) Pte 9 Mar 1918 Dunkeld Cemetery, Perthshire
1905 Thorne, J.H. Pte 21 Feb 1916 Hawkhead Cemetery, Paisley
8130 Wyatt, A.H. (*NFC) Pte 10 Dec 1918 Kenmore Cemetery, Aberfeldy

*Newfoundland Forestry Corp


These fourteen names are all single markers
with the Caribou cap badge etched in stone at the top.

Photos donated by Hugh Small

Regt # Name Rank Died Age
563 Constantine, P.J. Pte 8 Apr 1920 Age 21
2651 Doody, J.D. Pte 4 Feb 1918 Age 25
1904 Fitzpatrick, A. Pte 29 Feb 1916 Age 18
988 Hare, H. Pte 25 May 1916 Age 21
1568 Hulan, H. Pte 2 May 1916 Age 18
1744 Lambert, J. Pte 7 Apr 1916 Age 23
3598 Newell, V.P. Pte 17 Jul 1917 Age 19
1160 O'Brien, James Pte 2 Oct 1915 Age 22
2331 Paul, Steven J. Pte 20 Mar 1917  
228 Rideout, P. Pte 27 Apr 1918 Age 21
1203 Roberts, A. Pte 1 Nov 1917 Age 24
1665 Smith, H. L/Cpl 3 Jun 1916 Age 21
1800 Tobin, John Thomas Pte 1 Feb 1916 Age 19
1209 Tobin, P.F. Sgt 27 Dec 1916 Age 21

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

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