Lieutenant D Anderson, Second Lieutenant W D Todd and Lance Corporal A W Todd

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Reference WMO/278469


St Paul's Church

Beech Avenue


G72 8BX


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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
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About the memorial: Three Light stained glass window. The following is an extract from the Rutherglen Reformer in 2010. “The Cambuslang Parish Church congregation have had their say on which of three sites is the best home for them. A consultation exercise was held with the congregation - formed in May 2008 from the union of St Andrew’s, Cambuslang Old Parish and Trinity St Paul's Churches - to pick their preferred option as a home. The congregation had previously voted on the former Old Parish building in Kirkhill as their home, but problems arose last September when it was discovered that structural works need to be carried out in the church halls in Kirkhill. Since then the church has been based at the former St Andrew’s building in Main Street. Last week, the church held their consultation to ascertain the congregation's most preferred option. Using an alternative choice system, after eliminating the least popular options, two remained, Trinity St Paul's with St Andrew's, and St Andrew's with Kirkhill. The option which emerged as having the highest preference was St Andrew's with Kirkhill.” What this means is that Trinity St. Paul’s will close as a church.
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Left Light: BE THOU FAITHFUL UNTO/DEATH AND I WILL GIVE /THEE A CROWN OF LIFE //David Anderson M.B ChB Lieut. R.A.M.C. /Beloved husband of Margaret Todd who died /in France on the 13th Sept. 1917, at the age of 31. Central Light: GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN /THAN THIS THAT A MAN LAY /DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS // William Drysdale Todd, 2nd Lieut. /11th A&SH, who fell in action at the /Somme on 15th Sept. 1916, at the age of 22. Right Light: THOU WILT SHEW ME THE PATH /OF LIFE IN THE PRESENCE IS /FULLNESS OF JOY//Alexander Wilson Todd L/Cpl. Drummer /9th HLI (Glasgow Hdrs.) who fell in action /Near Ypres March 24th 1918 at the age of 19.

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