Queen's Park Football Club WW1


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Reference WMO/271480

Address:

Queen's Park Football Club

Hampden Park

Mount Florida

Glasgow

G42 9BA

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Brass
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: For WW1 - a Brass Plaque in a wooden frame, surmounted by the crest of the club. It was originally placed in the reading room of the pavilion. The WW2 plaque is appended to the bottom
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IN MEMORY OF MEMBERS WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918 /[names in 7 columns]/THE FOLLOWING ALSO SERVED WITH THE FORCES/[199 names in 7 columns- not transcribed] IN EVERLASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THE MEMBERS/WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE SECOND WORLD-WAR [3 names either side of a central dates cartouche] 1939/1945

The names of the WW1 fallen- COLUMN 1- William Anderson /James Alexander /George R. Baillie /James Bryce COLUMN 2 R.M. Christie/Walter M. Coulter /MacDonald Cameron /John Clarkson COLUMN 3 Andrew Caldwell /Jas. D. Dunnachie/H.M. Fletcher /R.A. Ferguson COLUMN 4 Edwin Freeland /Walter Frier /Edwin S. Garvie /Ebeneezer Hamilton /Thomas Haydock COLUMN 5 George Legge/R.M. Mann /John B. Monteith /Andrew B. McCrae COLUMN 6 Alex McLean /John Ormiston /William Fisher Paton /George S. Ramsay COLUMN 7 Harry Robertson /John Stevenson /John Wilkinson /James Wilson WW2 NAMES LEFT SIDE David J.R. Clyne /Andrew Y.P. Dickson /James A.B. Gray RIGHT SIDE Alexander G. Highet /Thomas Ovens /Hugh McPherson Smith

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