Lieutenant Alastair Stuart Gilmour and Brigadier General Duncan John Glasfurd


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Reference WMO/276924

Address:

Linn Products Ltd

Glasgow Road

Eaglesham

Glasgow

G76 0EQ

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Wheel cross
Materials:
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A magnificent red sandstone Celtic cross on tapering pedestal which has inscriptions on all 4 sides. Adjacent to the cross is a burial area for the Gilmour family which is enclosed by a railing fence.
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The northern side of the base reads: IAN ANGUS GILMOUR/ MARINE ENGINEER MN /1939 – 45 BORN 20.10.1912/ DIED 7.8.1994 The western side of the base reads: HE IS NOT DEAD THE CHILD OF OUR/ AFFECTION BUT GONE UNTO THAT/ SCHOOL WHERE HE NO LONGER/ NEEDS OUR POOR PROTECTION /AND CHRIST HIMSELF DOTH RULE The southern side of the base reads: DUNCAN JOHN GLASFURD /A&SH BRIG GEN AUSTRA/LIAN FORCES KILLED IN FRANCE/ 12 NOV 1916 ALLAN GILMOUR OF EAGLESHAM BORN 20 JULY/ 1851 DIED 23 OCT 1917 AT DUNOON/ ANGUS CECIL GILMOUR CAPT/ A&SH BORN 5 DEC 1882 DIED 6 OCT 1929 The eastern side of the base reads: IN MEMORY OF LITTLE/ ALLAN BORN 3 JUNE 1879/ DIED 28 SEPTEMBER 1886/ ARTHUR DERRICK LIEUT. H.L.I NF /BORN 3 OCT 1881 DIED 5TH NOV 1903/ALLAN GILMOUR OF EAGLESHAM/ SENIOR DIED AT DUNLOSSIT ISLAY /5TH NOV 1905 AGED 85 X AMELIA/ CURROR BORN 20 MARCH 1848 DIED 12 NOVEMBER 1912 /ALASTAIR STUART LIEUT./ A. & S.H. KILLED AT MARTINPUICH FRANCE/ 12 SEPT 1916 BORN 24 APRIL 1888

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