Glasgow Park Church WW1

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Reference WMO/278061

Address:

The Park Church

Ravencliffe Drive

Giffnock

Glasgow

G46 7QS

Scotland

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: White Marble Tablet with a Celtic cross in relief at the top, all lettering is inscribed black except the word GOD in the dedication, and the valediction, both of which are in gold. The Park Church, Giffnock was established in 1940, the newer main building was completed in 1965. With the closure of The Park Church, Park Circus, Glasgow, much of the furniture and fittings were moved to the Giffnock Church
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TO THE GLORY OF/GOD/AND IN MEMORY/OF THE MEN OF/THE PARK CHURCH/WHO GAVE/THEIR LIVES IN/THE GREAT WAR/1914-1919 /THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

Matthew Anderson Captain The Highland Light Infantry/ Charles Hamilton Anderson Captain The HLI */ Alexander Ronald Anderson Lieutenant The HLI */ Edward Kerr Anderson Captain Royal Air Force */ William Herbert Anderson VC Lt. Colonel The HLI */ Roger Hay Ashton 2nd Lieut. The Royal Scots Fusiliers/ William Hay Caldwell Ashton Pte. The Cameronians (SR)/ Henry Stewart Chalmers Capt. Royal Field Artillery (T)/ Farquhar Biggam Davidson 2nd Lieutenant The HLI/ Colin George Hamilton Donald 2nd Lt. Seaforth Highdrs./ John Wilson Douglas Private The Cameronians (SR)/ John Stewart Downie Private The Cameronians (SR)/ James Bell Foulis Captain Cameron Highlanders/ Archibald Stuart Bulloch Graham Lt. The Gordon Hdrs./ Thomas Hutchison 2nd Lieut. The Highland Light Infantry/ George William Jamieson Lieut. The Cameronians (SR)/ Gordon Guthrie Keddie Sergeant Calcutta Scots/ Francis Allan Lawrie Captain The Cameronians (SR)/ Daniel Yulle MacAlpine Pte. The Highland Light Infantry/ David Cecil Hope MacBrayne 2nd Lt. Royal Flying Corps/ John Burns MacBrayne Lt. The Highland Light Infantry/ James Colin MacElhose 2nd Lieutenant The Rifle Brigade/ Wilfred Cyril DeNance Corporal The Cameronians (SR)/ Douglas William Paterson 2nd Lt. The Border Regiment/ Colin Ogilvie Rankin L/Cpl. The Highland Light Infantry/ Hugh Graham Ross Pte. The Highland Light Infantry/ George Gordon Steven Lt. The Loyal N. Lancs and Tank Corps/ Andrew Philip Stewart MC Lieutenant The KOSB/ Harry Walter Betswortrh Stewart Lce. Corporal The HLI/ Ronald James Stewart MC 2nd Lt. Seaforth Highlanders/ Thomas Yorston Stout Lieut. Royal Naval Vol. Reserve/ George Ronald Yorston Stout MC 2nd Lieut. A&SH and RFC/ James Taylor 2nd Lieutenant The Black Watch/ Alan MacFarlane Turner Lt. The Highland Light Infantry/ David Fotheringham Turner 2nd Lieut. East Yorkshire Regt.

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