War Graves, Dyce

In the churchyard at St Fergus’s Church (Old Dyce Parish Church) I found one war grave and a war dedication on another:-

Private J G Wilson, Gordon Highlanders, 24/9/1918, aged 19:-
War Grave, St Fergus's Churchyard, Dyce

Dedication to Gunner A Littlejohn, killed in action, 6/5/1917, aged 25:-

War Dedication St Fergus's Churchyard, Dyce

In the background to the photo above can be seen a Cross of Sacrifice. This is because over the wall from St Fergus’s Churchyard there is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery with more than enough graves (56 in this case) to be allowed one:-

Dyce (War) Cemetery

Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery, Dyce

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