Newlands South Church Ww1

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Reference WMO/271735


37 Riverside Road


G43 2EG


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Composite
  • Glass Stained Glass
  • Metal Brass
  • Metal Bronze
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The following extracts were taken from the booklet “Down by the Riverside: One Hundred Years of Worship in Newlands South Church. “The congregation decided after hearing proposals made by a specially elected Committee of Elders and managers to proceed with the erection of: (a) a [4 light with tracery] Stained Glass Window in the Chancel (b) a Bronze Tablet bearing the names of the Fallen [which is in a stone frame, with raised lettering] (c) a Brass Tablet Roll of Honour [which is in a wooden frame, with inscribed lettering, names arranged by regiment] These Memorials and Roll of Honour were dedicated by Rev. MacMillan at a service held on Sunday, 19th December 1920. Shortly afterwards, by permission of the Session, a lady member of the congregation, Mrs Stirling, caused a little oak table to be erected, at her own expense, as a Memorial to her own son. The table stands under the Bronze and Stone Memorial to the Fallen.”
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The names of the fallen- COLUMN 1-Neil A.S. Aitken /William Aitken /John M. Bannatyne /Archibald B. Barclay / Thomas H. Barclay Donald R.C. Cameron /John A. Chalmers /Archibald L. Cranston / Robert I.A. Cumming /Alfred E. Fergus/David M. Forbes /John Hall /William C. Logan / John J. Marshall /John Mathieson /Stanley Mathieson COLUMN 2-John Melville /Daniel H. Muir /Andrew Murdoch /John Murray /James R.J. Mylles /Thomas MacMillan /Hugh MacTavish /James B. North /Charles Pearson / Robert McB. Stirling /Daniel M. Taylor /Alex Thomson /David Tindal /George Todd / George A. Wright /William R. Yeoman

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