War Memorials in Forfar

Outlined below are the war memorials which can be found in and around the Forfar area in Angus.

Style: Sandstone tower

War: World War 1

Unveiled on 11 September 1921 by the Earl of Strathmore.

Designed by T R Soutar, architect and constructed by Alexander Adamson and David Stewart.

Balmashanner War Memorial, Forfar

Style: Roll of Honour plaques containing the names of fallen servicemen from Forfar, Inverarity, Kinnettles, Rescobie, Oathlaw and Tannadice.

War: World War 1

TOWN AND COUNTY HALL FORFAR WW

Bronze plaque commemorating where King George VI and Queen Elizabeth took the salute from the Polish troops in March 1941

MARKET STREET PLAQUE FORFAR

Style: Marble plaque with gilded lettering commemorating the 10th Polish Reconnaissance Group who were stationed in Forfar

War: World War 1 & 2

WEST WALL TOWN AND COUNTY FORFAR

Style: Bronze plaque and stained glass windows dedicated to the fallen

War: World War 1 & 2

TOWN AND COUNTY PLAQUE FORFAR

Style: Hexagonal base topped with a cross and surrounded by a flagged area. Names are listed on two bronze plaques

War: World War 1 & 2

GLAMIS FORFAR

Style: Sandstone Celtic Cross mounted on a square plinth and base. Lettering is carved into sandstone plaques.

War: World War 1 & 2

Unveiled on 8 May 1920 by Mrs Steuart Fotheringham.

INVERARITY FORFAR

Style: Celtic cross on a square plinth and stepped base. Lettering is leaded and painted black.

War: World War 1

KINNETTLES FORFAR

Style: Marble Plaque

War: World War 1

KIRKDEN FORFAR

Style: Square plinth with a fluted pillar on top. Lettering is leaded and painted black. The WW2 memorial is a granite slab positioned on top of the main plinth. Lettering is carved into the granite. Surrounded by a railing.

War: World War 1 & 2

LETHAM FORFAR

Style: Granite needle on a square plinth. Lettering is carved into the granite and painted black.

Wars: World Wars 1 & 2

RESCOBIE FORFAR

Style: Rubislaw granite blocks. Lettering is leaded and painted black.

Wars: World War 1 & 2

Unveiled on 22 August 1920 by Major General Sinclair McLagan of Glenquiech

TANNADICE FORFAR