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GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN THE COUNTY OF : FIFE

Name Robert Hope Moncrieff,
AITKEN
David Ferguson,
HUNTER
Charles Alfred,
JARVIS
William Thomas,
MARSHALL
Rank Colonel Sergeant Lance-Corporal Lieutenant-Colonel
Force 13th Bengal Native Infantry 1/5th Bn The Highland Light Infantry 57th Field Company
Corps of Royal Engineers
19th Hussars
VC won Indian Mutiny,
30 June to 22 November 1857
France,
16-17 September 1918
Belgium,
23 August 1914
Mahdi Rebellion, Sudan,
29 February 1884
London Gaz 16 April 1863 23 October 1918 16 November 1914 21 May 1884
Born Cupar, Fife,
6 February 1826
Dunfermline, Fife,
28 November 1891
Fraserburgh,
29 March 1881
Newark, Nottinghamshire,
5 December 1854
Died 18 September 1887,
St Andrews, Fife
14 February 1965,
Dunfermline, Fife
19 November 1948,
Dundee
11 September 1920,
Kirkcaldy, Fife
Grave Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews Dunfermline Cemetery
(No headstone)
St Monans Cemetery Bennochy Road Cemetery, Kirkcaldy
(Headstone renovated 1992)
Location
of VC
National Army Museum, Chelsea Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum, Glasgow Birmingham City Museum 15th/19th Hussars Museum, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
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TABLE-2 : FIFE

Name Stewart,
MCPHERSON
John,
RIPLEY


Rank Colour-Sergeant Sergeant

Force 78th Regiment
(later The Seaforth Highlanders)
1st Bn The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

VC won Indian Mutiny,
26 September 1857
France,
9 May 1915


London Gaz 12 April 1859 29 June 1915

Born Dunfirmline,
1822
Keith, Banffshire,
20 August 1867


Died 7 December 1892,
Culross, Fife
14 August 1933,
St Andrews, Fife


Grave Culross Abbey Cemetery
(new headstone September 2000)
Upper Largo Cemetery

Location
of VC
Highlanders Museum, Fort George Not publicly held

Remarks None None

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