War Memorials

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Donated by citizens of Wishaw
Erected 30th September 1986
In everlasting remembrance of the men and women from this area
who gave their lives in the cause of freedom
1918  - 1945
And in honour of all who served
"Theirs shall be the glory"
At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember


In ever glorious remembrance
of the men of Craigneuk and District who fell in
the Great War 1914-1918

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To the Glory of God
Cambusnethan Parish Church War Memorial
 1914 to 1919

In memory of all parishioners who fighting nobly fell. In honour also of those who served and of God's mercy returned

This monument was erected to God in loving memory of those of the congregation who gave their lives and whose names are here recorded

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Cambusnethan Landward

(Stane, Newmains, Netherton, Overtown, Waterloo, Morningside & Chapel District)

This memorial was erected by public subscription in honoured and grateful remembrance of the brave men of the
Landward District of Cambusnethan Parish
who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1919
"Their name liveth for evermore"

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Belhaven Park, Wishaw

In memory of
Lieut. Colonel The Hon Ralph Gerard Alexander Hamilton, Royal Field Artillery, Master of Belhaven, only son of 10th Lord Belhaven & Stenton.
Born Feby. 22 1883
Served with the 7th Division in Flanders in 1914. In August 1915 he took out C Battery 108th Brigade R.F.A.  Fought in the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Battles of Ypres, Loos,  The Somme Offensive & Messines. Killed in action  by a shell on Easter Monday March 31, 1918 at Castel  near Amiens whilst commanding 106th Brigade R.F.A.
defending the ridge where the German advance was finally stayed. Buried in Rouvrel Cemetery

Also in memory of
William Bath R.F.A.
James Ritchie H.L.I.
William Boyd Scots Guards
Donald Kerr K.O.S.B.
William Winhurst K.R.R.C.
Ernest Johnson K.R.R.C.


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Main panel 1
Panel 1 upper
Main panel 2
Panel 2 upper

Morningside and Chapel

Front Inscription

In memory of the men of Morningside and Chapel District who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1919. Erected by the people of Morningside and Chapel District.

Sacred to the memory of the youths of this district who made the supreme sacrifice in World War 1939-1945.

Rear Inscription

225 men from Morningside and Chapel District served in H.M. Forces during the Great War. Of that number 35 men made the supreme sacrifice 54 were wounded 3 made prisoners of war and 6 awarded decorations.