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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Private Thomas Gillan D/76372nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)28/12/1917 (aged 26)personal connection
Private John Milner 24772King's Own Scottish Borderers08/03/1920 (aged 35)personal connection
Gunner Robert Luke Grant 159217Royal Field Artillery17/10/1917 (aged 26)personal connection
Private Duncan Robertson S/22974Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)01/08/1918 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Grant 291344Gordon Highlanders30/04/1917personal connection
Private William Grant S/17747Gordon Highlanders29/10/1917 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Michael Healy S/2686Gordon Highlanders16/05/1915 (aged 19)personal connection
Second Lieutenant William Aloysius Stuart Highland Light Infantry26/05/1917 (aged 28)personal connection
Private Maclennan 23036Cameron Highlanders30/09/1916 (aged 18)personal connection
Private Alexander Murphy 40140Gordon Highlanders09/04/1917 (aged 19)personal connection

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

Tomintoul Memorial Hall (Richmond Memorial Hall)
  • South West end of "The Square" (street bisecting the square), Richmond Hall, Tomnabat Lane / Cults Drive (boundary between the two), Tomintoul, Moray, Grampian, AB37 9EZ, Scotland
Our Lady and St Michael's Church - WW1
  • Our Lady and St Michael's Church, Main Street, Tomintoul, Moray, Grampian, AB37 9ET, Scotland