War Memorials in Montrose

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

Style: Granite Celtic cross on a tapered plinth and stepped base, enclosed by an ornamental metal railing.

War: World War I & 2

CRAIGO MONTROSE

Style: A polished black marble block engraved with a scene in relief, of a kilted soldier with a staff standing at the beginning of a long road which leads to a sinking sun. The marble block is mounted on a granite plinth and a base with black lettering. The block is sculpted with a picture of a kilted soldier with a staff standing at the beginning of a long road which leads to a sinking sun.

War: World War I & 2

DUN MONTROSE

War: World War 2

FERRYDEN MONTROSE

Style: Granite memorial comprising a cross on a stepped base set on a square plinth.

War: World War I

FERRDEN MONTROSE WW

Style: Sandstone block pillar with inset granite plaques, with a mortar on top. Names are set in leaded letters painted black.

War: World War I & 2 plus one name from the Korean War on the left face.

HILLSIDE MONTROSE

Style: Granite Celtic Cross on square plinth and stepped base with visible foundations. Lettering is leaded and painted black.

War: World War 1 & 2

Created by the Gibb Brothers, Ashgrove Road, Aberdeen

LUNAN X

Style: Granite block topped with statue of Peace. The central section is dedicated to World War 1 with the details and lettering cast into bronze plaques. The 4 granite blocks commemorate World War 2.

War: World War I & 2

Unveiled on 10 June 1922 by Sir James Warrack.

The World War 2 blocks were carved by local artist and sculptor William Lamb.

MONTROSE WAR MEMORIAL

Style: Sandstone blocks forming a rectangular pillar with details on granite plaque set into the front face. Part of the memorial above the plaque is missing. Lettering is leaded and painted black.

War: World War 1 & 2

MARYTON

Style: Incised granite slab

War: World War 2

The memorial plaque was originally sited in Maryton School.

MARYTON WW