War Graves, Milton of Buchanan (i)

Milton of Buchanan is a village in Stirlingshire on the road between Drymen and Balmaha, near Loch Lomond.

On its eastern edge there is a cemetery which contains 19 Commonwealth War Graves. All are from the Second World War.

Rifleman W Clabby, 29/1/1943:-

War Grave, Milton of Buchanan Cemetery

An MC and DSO recipient, Brigadier F H Witts, Irish Guards, 9/51941, aged 54:-

War Grave at Milton of Buchanan Cemetery

Captain W S Race, Royal Engineers, 4/2/1945:-

Milton of Buchanan Cemetery War Grave

Major E H Williams, REME, 1/11/1945, aged 55 and Gunner F H Searle, Royal Artillery, 27/8/1945 aged 39:-

Two War Graves, Milton of Buchanan Cemetery

Private T F Dodd, Pioneer Corps, 29/4/1944 aged 19 and Corporal T Lloyd, Pioneer Corps 27/9/1944:-

Milton of Buchanan Cemetery, Two War Graves

Gunner G Jones, Royal Artillery, 11/4/1944, aged 19 and Sergeant W B Graham, Air Gunner, RAF, 23/4/1944, aged 24:-

Two War Graves at Milton of Buchanan Cemetery

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