Mount Florida Parish Church

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Reference WMO/278619


Clincarthill Parish Church

1220 Cathcart Road


G42 9EU


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Metal (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Metal Plaque in wooden frame. In 2010 Mount Florida Church joined with Battlefield East Church to form the new Clincarthill Parish Church, based in the Battlefield Building-where the memorial is now. In 2013 a new joint memorial for the 3 constituent churches was provided (WMO/155566). This memorial is no longer on display
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In the top of the wooden frame- TO THE GLORY OF GOD/IN MEMORIAM The plaque- 1914-1918/[names in 3 columns]/1939-1945/[names in 3 columns] Bottom of frame-THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

1914 – 1918: Column 1- Andrew R. Adam/ John Barclay/ Guy Black/ Walter H. Black/ Phil L. Carter/ James W. Clark/ Alec Cowden/ James Cowie/ John Cowie/ Laurence Dalglish/ Eric Fairlie/ Elphinstone Forrest/ Column 2- Guy Graydon/ R. Milton Hamilton/ George Henderson/ William Henderson/ James Hunter/ Alexander Langmuir/ Alexander L. Mackie/ William Mackie/ Bertram Mathieson/ James P. Mitchell/ Louis D. Morrison/ Archibald C. Oliver/ Column 3- John Ormiston/ James Ramsay/ Hugh Ross/ Norman Roy/ Peter Roy/ James Sinclair/ Andrew H. Sloan/ Arthur J. Sloan/ John T. Strang/ John Taylor/ John A. Taylor/ Charles Watt/ 1939 – 1945: William Anderson/ R. Ian Ferguson/ Jack Gilmour/ Hamish Gilmour/ James A.B. Gray/ Column 2- R. Fred Hall/ Robert G. Legget/ Alan D. McCall/ Walter Macfarlane/ William Maclaren/ Column 3- Robert McLean/ Alan L. Mitchell/ George H. Muirhead/ John M. Murray/ George Watt

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