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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.
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: and the inscription: "To the Glory of God and in Memory of those Men of the Newfoundland Contingent who lie buried elsewhere in Scotland"
The twelve names listed below are on the Communal Stone above
Photo donated by Hugh Small
These fourteen names are all single markers
Photos donated by Hugh Small
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
Military Records Contact: Daniel B. Breen
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