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Service for Kilbride First World War soldiers

A MEMORIAL service is to be held this weekend for three soldiers who died during the First World War.

By a series of coincidences, it came to the notice of the Friends of Kilbride Kirk near Lerags, Oban, that two family gravestones had inscribed upon them memorials for soldiers killed in action in the First World War. Though the families concerned are not connected, the stones stand virtually side by side.

Hugh McIntyre was a stonemason working in Oban and living with his parents at 8 Argyll Square, Oban, until he emigrated to Canada.

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