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First World War (1914-18)  
- The 27 local men who fell in that War are as follows: - Corpl. Alex. Charles Adams, 10th A. and S.H.; Gunner Patrick D. Alexander, R Garr. Artlry; Private John Anderson, 14th A. and S.H.; Private David Bain, Ist Canadian Div.; Private David Croy, 1st 9th Middlesex; Sgt Andrew Chalmers, M.M., 7th A. and S.H.; L. Corpl. James Chalmers, 2nd A. and S.H.; Guardsman Wm. W. Ewing, Scots Guards; Private Alex F. Farquharson, 11th A. and S.H.; Private John Glancey, 7th Camer. H.; Private Alex M. Goodall, 2nd A. and S.H.; Private James Hogg, 7th A. and SH; Private David Irvine, 7th A. and S.H.; Private Robt. Robertson, 10th A. and S.H.; Private John Lawson, 11th A, and SH; Sgt. James Little, R Garr. Artlry;. Private James McFarlane, 2nd Royal Scots; L. Corpl, Henry Mitchell, 15th Batt. Royal Scots; Private Thomas Mitchell, 3rd Seaforth H.; Sgt John Murray, 3rd A. and S.H.; Private Robert Murray, 10th A. and S.H.; Private John Scott Robertson, 11th A. and S.H.; Private Thomas Robertson, 12th A. and S.H.; Sgt. Thomas Starkey, Machine Gun Corps; Captain R Ramsey Tullis, 7th A. and SH; 2nd Lt.. John Walker, 7th A. and SH; Driver James Wilson, R Field Artlry. These names were on a bronze plaque fitted to the present stone cross in the war memorial. I don't know where the bronze plaque is today. Inside the lych gate at the war memorial were two panels bearing the names of the 158 men who joined up from the two villages and surrounding district. The panel is now in the Church Hall - see picture.

Of the 560,000 Scots that joined up for World War I (1914-18) , nearly 150,000 died. (from The Scotsman)

World War I (abbreviated WWI or WW1; also known as the First World War, the Great War, and the War to End All Wars) was a global war which took place primarily in Europe from 1914 to 1918. Over 40 million casualties resulted, including approximately 20 million military and civilian deaths. Over 60 million European soldiers were mobilized from 1914 to 1918 -

Second World War - by email - - From Bobby Robinson - on Saturday, November 20, 2004 - We are now at the fund raising stage for the restoration of our war memorial, and as you know the names of the men who gave their lives in the 1939 - 1945 war were not added to the war memorial. After contacting the war graves commission and from adverts in the local press I have the names of 19 men from that war. Since the end of the last war some local families have moved abroad, and perhaps some of them may have relations or relatives who lost their lives in that war, and so we do not miss anyone out I am asking you if you could possibly put the list of names below on your site as you get a lot of former locals visiting your site, and if they know of anyone who should be added to the list to contact me at Bobby Robinson

ERNEST ARMSTRONG SEMPLE, sergeant, son of John P. and Anna Armstrong Semple of Tullibody.
VICTOR GLASS, private, son of Victor and Betsy Glass; husband of Maggie H. C. Glass of Tullibody
JOHN HALL, corporal, son of James and Janet Hall, of Tullibody
PETER PEDEN, sergeant, son of Adam and Margaret Peden.of Tullibody.
THOMAS ROONEY, private, son of Thomas and Kathrine Rooney; husband of Mary Rooney, of Tullibody.
JAMES URE, private, son of James and Mary Ure, of Tullibody
JOHN ROBERTSON RENNIE sergeant, son of John Robertson Rennie and Margaret Russell Rennie, of Tullibody.
ANGUS NEIL DOUGLAS, lieutenant, , son of, Angus Neil McKinnon Douglas and of Jeanie Douglas, husband of Catherine Douglas, of Tullibody.
WILLIAM KEDDIE DAVIDSON, stoker, , son of William and Margaret K. DAVIDSON of Tullibody
ROBERT CANDLAND FOWELL, fireman, , son of, Mr. And Mrs Robert Fowell, of Alloa, husband of Barbara Fowell of Tullibody.
JOHN ALEXANDER McMEEKIN, corporal, son of, John Alexander and Prudence McMeekin; husband of Anne Fyfe McMeekin, of Tullibody.
MEIKLEJOHN pte D.A.T. coy 154-inr bgde.
JOHN INNES, sgt, RAF air gunner
JOHN FRASER, gunner, Royal Artillery
THOMAS NUGENT, signalman, Royal Corps of Signals 18th Div

The total estimated human loss of life caused by World War II was roughly 72 million people, making it the deadliest and most destructive war in human history. The civilian toll was around 47 million, including 20 million deaths due to war-related famine and disease. The military toll was about 25 million, including the deaths of about 4 million prisoners of war in captivity. The Allies lost approximately 61 million people, and the Axis powers lost 11 million -