Giffnock South Parish Church WW1

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Giffnock South Parish Church

2 Greenhill Avenue



G46 6QX


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Pedimented 3 panelled wooden board. The central panel has the names of the fallen, the 2 side panels the names of the served
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Left Hand Panel-THEY/HAZARDED/THEIR LIVES/[names A to Campbell MacCulloch] Centre Panel-+/FAITHFUL/UNTO/DEATH/[names]/THE GREAT WAR/1914-1918 Right Hand Panel-THINE/O LORD IS/THE VICTORY/[names David MacCulloch to Tilley]

The Fallen- James S. MacGregor – Estaires 6 April 1915/ Arthur B. Finlinson – Beaumont Hamel 13 Nov. 1916/ Fred. Ross Munro – Beaumont Hamel 18 Nov. 1916/ John S. Brown – Peronne 3 April 1917/ James McGregor – Fontaine Les Croiselles 20 May 1917/ Wm. Peach Scott – Gaza 8 Nov. 1917/ Herbert M. Shearer – Jerusalem 23 Nov. 1917/ Ralph R. Scott – Merville 28 June 1918/ The Served Left Hand Panel- John Allan/ Alex. W. Bain/ Robt. E. Ballantyne/ John Baxter/ John Brodie/ James M. Brown/ Chas. P. Burns/ Harry Burns/ Robt. Cameron/ Wm. F. Cobb/ Joseph N. Coldwell/ Robt. Craig/ Ian Donald/ Colin B. Dunlop/ Douglas Dunlop/ William Dunlop/ Ian Fraser/ Aubrey Johnston/ Andrew W. Ross Kay/ David Kidd/ Robt. F. King/ Wm. H. Kirkwood/ Alex. B. Livingston/ Andrew MacCulloch/ Campbell MacCulloch/ The Served-Right Hand Panel- David MacCulloch/ Laurie MacCulloch/ Donald MacCrae/ John MacFarlane/ Alex. McCall/ Andrew McCormick/ James McCormick/ Ronald A. McDonald/ Robert McGregor/ Wm. M. McKinnon/ John C. McLaren/ Wm. B. McLaren/ William Marshall/ Malcolm S. Rankin/ James C. Robertson/ Alex. Romanes/ John Romanes/ M. G. Scott/ Hugh L. Shearer/ David Sim/ William Sim/ John C. Sloan/ Samuel F. Strang/ Richard Tilley

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