Freuchie War Memorial

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Building summary
Name Freuchie War Memorial
Address High Street, Freuchie
Other names
Date 1921
OS grid ref
Latitude & longitude N 56° 14.864 W 003° 09.488

Freuchie War Memorial stands in a prominent position towards the western eand of Freuchie village centre, on a small triangular space where Lomond Road meets the High Street and in front of the Lomond Hills Hotel. It commemmorates the residents of Freuchie who were killed or missing in World War I (26 names) and World War II (5 names)[1]

The memorial was unveiled and dedicated on 13 November 13th 1921 and is 23 feet high of grey Creeton granite topped by a celtic cross above a tapering pedestal.[2]

Further references

"[The Lomond Hills Hotel] makes a backdrop for the war memorial, a Celtic cross of c. 1920.[3]


  1. War Memorial Freuchei on the Traces of War site.
  2. War Memorial Freuchie Fife on the Waymarking site.
  3. Gifford, Fife, page 229."