1 edition of Bridge of Allan Roll of Honour, 1914-1919. found in the catalog.
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A transcription of the Roll of Honour for the town of Bridge of Allan in Scotland. This Roll contains the names of all the men of the town who served in the First World War, and includes all those who fell during the War.
Transcribed by the Scottish Military Research Group. Bridge of Allan Roll of Honour Bridge of Allan is a town just north of the city of Stirling. As with many other communities, it published a list of its fallen in the First World War.
- Bridge of Allan roll of honour ; Description: Stirling: Scott, Learmonth & Allan, [?]. Ordered alphabetically, with an asterisk indicating those killed or died in service. Shelfmark: HP Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; Attribution and.
The Bridge of Allan Roll of Honour was published shortly after the end of the First World War and is a fascinating record of the service given by the men of one town in Scotland.
The roll includes soldiers, sailors and airmen.