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Pollokshields Church

Book of Remembrance

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Teach us good Lord
to serve Thee as Thou deservest;
to give and not to count the cost
to fight and not to heed the wounds;
to toil and not to seek for rest;
to labour and not to ask for any reward,
Save that of knowing that we do Thy will
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

1914 -19
INDEX

Name Church
G  
John Gardner Titwood Parish Church
Edwin S. Garvie Titwood Parish Church
Ernest L. Garvie Titwood Parish Church
John Garvie Albert Drive Church
James Gilmour Pollokshields East Church
Charles G. Gordon Pollokshields Parish Church
George S. Gordon Pollokshields East Church
Alexander C. Goudie Trinity Church
William Gow Trinity Church
James Tait Gowanlock Pollokshields East Church
Walter Gowanlock Pollokshields East Church
Arthur Grant Titwood Parish Church
Robert N. Gray Pollokshields East Church
James Grieve Trinity Church
William Gunn Pollokshields West Church
H  
Arthur Henderson Albert Drive Church
Thomas F. Henderson Pollokshields East Church
Archibald T. Hendry Pollokshields West Church
Stephen Hindle Jnr. Trinity Church
John Hislop MacClellan Street Church
J. Scott Hogg Pollokshields East Church
William W. Hunter Pollokshields East Church
William Hunter Pollokshields Parish Church
J  
Duncan C. B. Johnston Pollokshields East Church
Thomas McK. Johnston Pollokshields East Church
J. Ritchie Johnstone Albert Drive Church
K  
William R. Kelly Albert Drive Church
R. T. King Pollokshields Parish Church
D. Reid King Trinity Church
L  
David Laidlaw Pollokshields Parish Church
Robert S. Laidlaw Pollokshields West Church
Archibald Lauder Pollokshields East Church
Arthur Ernest Liddell Pollokshields East Church
Edward J. Lindsay Pollokshields East Church
James W. Liston Pollokshields Parish Church
Alfred T. Logan Titwood Parish Church
John H. Logan Titwood Parish Church
William Lothian MacClellan Street Church
William Francis Low Titwood Parish Church
Robert Lowry Pollokshields West Church

John Gardner MC:

He was born on the 21st October 1895 at at 2 Alexandra Park Gardens, Dennistoun, Glasgow, to John and Mary Gardner (ms Bissett).[1]

In1901, he lived, age 2, at 2 Alexandra Park Gardens, Dennistoun, Glasgowwith his parents John (38) and Mary (32) and brother William Bissett (3). [2]

In 1911 he lived, age 15, at at 20 Dalziel Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents John (48) and Mary (42) and brother William Bissett (13).[3]

He was a Captain in the 6th/7th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers. He was awarded the Military Cross. 

He died aged 21, on the 27th November 1917. He is buried in Cathcart Cemetery.[4]

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]  Birth Certificate644/1 2240
[2]1901 Census 644/3 058 010
[3]1911 Census 644/18 023 110
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/664263/GARDNER,%20JOHN
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Edwin Stanley Garvie

He was born on the 14th September 1892 at 19 Monteith Row, Calton, Glasgow to John Donaldson and Mary Douglas Shaw Garvie (ms Haddow).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 9, at 19 Monteith Row, Calton, Glasgow with his parents John Donaldson (48), Mary (44), and siblings Agnes (22), John (21), Polly (19), Margaret (16), Florence (13), Evelyn (12), Douglas (9), Gertrude (6), and Ernest (3).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 18, at 114 Terregles Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings James Donaldson (30), Margaret (25), Florence (22), Evelyn (20), Douglas (18), Edith (15) and Ernest (12). He was a clerk with Messrs J. B. Shanks & Co. East Indian Merchants.[3]

He was educated at Albert Road Academy and Glasgow High School. He is commemorated in the GHS Book of Service and Remembrance and on Albert Road Academy War Memorial.

He was a prominentmember of Queen’s Park Football club.

He was a Lance Corporal in the 5th Battalion Cameron Highlanders (Service No: 12117)

He died, aged 23, on the 15th October 1915.

He is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. [4]

He was a prisoner of war at Julich bei Aachen, and died of his wounds.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/4 934
[2]1901 Census 644/4 016 055
[3]1911 Census 644/18 023 043
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/901544/GARVIE,%20EDWIN%20STANLEY
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Ernest Leonard Garvie

He was born on the 17th May 1898 at 19 Monteith Row, Calton, Glasgow to John Donaldson and Mary Douglas Shaw Garvie (ms Haddow).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 2, at 19 Monteith Row, Calton, Glasgow with his parents John Donaldson (48), Mary (44), and siblings Agnes (22), John (21), Polly (19), Margaret (16), Florence (13), Evelyn (12), Douglas (9), Edwin (9), and Gertrude (6).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 12, at 114 Terregles Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings James Donaldson (30), Margaret (25), Florence (22), Evelyn (20), Douglas (18), Edwin (19), and Edith (15).[3]

He was educated at Albert Road Academy and Glasgow High School. He is commemorated in the HSG Book of Service and Remembrance and on Albert Road Academy War Memorial.

He was a Second Lieutenant in the 9th (Glasgow Highlanders) Battalion Highland Light Infantry. 

He was awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.[4]

He died on the 15th June 1918. 

He is buried in the Esquelbecq Military Cemetery, Nord, France.[5]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals.[6]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/4 512
[2]1901 Census 644/4 016 055
[3]1911 Census 644/18 023 043
[4]HSG Book of Service and Remembrance 
[5]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/25187/GARVIE, ERNEST LEONARD
[6]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

John Garvie

He was born on the 18th August 1897, at Colinsburgh, Kilconquhar, Fife to Marshall and Agnes Smith Garvie (ms Rattray).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 3, at Village of Colinsburgh, Kilconquhar, Fife with his parents Marshall (55) and Agnes (32) and siblings Maggie S (7), Annie M (8) and Marshall (11 months).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 13, at 91 St Andrew’s Road, with his mother Agnes and siblings Maggie S (17), Annie M (15), Marshall (10), Evelyn A (9), Alfred R (7), and Jessie W (4)[3]

He was a Private in the 8th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Service No: S/41096).

He died, aged 20, on the 9th March 1918.

He is buried in Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, Pas de Calais, France.[4]

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here.Back

[1]Birth Certificate 436 025
[2]1901 Census 436 003 038
[3]1911 Census 644/18 012 023
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/284158/GARVIE,%20JOHN
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

James Gilmour

He was born on the 19th November 1877 at 4 Franklin Terrace, Anderston, Glasgow to James and Mary C Gilmour (ms Colquhoun).[1]

In 1881, he lived, age 3, at 255 Dumbarton Road, Anderston, Glasgow with his parents James (440 and Mary (35) and sister Elizabeth C (2).[2]

In 1891, he lived, age 13, at 27 Herriet Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents James (53) and Mary (45) and sisters Elizabeth (11) and Jane S (9).[3]

He was a Corporal in the 15th Battalion 1st Canadian Division, Canadian Infantry (Service No: 77589). His Atttestation Paper, dated 5 November 1914, gives his date of birth as 21 Nov 1879 and his occupation as rancher.

He died, aged 38, on the 26th September 1916.

He is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

He is commemorated on Albert Road Academy War Memorial, and the Roll of Honour Roll of Honour.

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here.Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/10 1542
[2]1881 Census 644/10 072 019
[3]1891 Census 644/13 050 082
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1568383/GILMOUR,%20JAMES
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Charles George Gordon

He was born on the 1st August 1894 at 42 Leslie Street, Glasgow.[1]

In 1901 he lived, age 6, at 45 Queens Square, Strathbungo with his parents Alexander (50) and Janet Munro Gordon (ms Munro). (49) and his siblings Alexander F. (11), David R. (10), Sybyl J (9).[2]

In 1911 he lived, age 16, at 45 Queens Square, Strathbungo with his parents Alexander (60) and Janet M. (59) and his siblings David R. (10) and Sibyl J M (19). He was a warehouseman.[3]

He was a Private (Service No: 326301) in the 2nd Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

He died on the 23rd September 1918

He is buried in Villers Hill British Cemetery, Villers-Guislain, Nord, France. Grave Reference: I. F. 3.[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here.Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/13 496
[2]1901 Census 644/14 026 022
[3]1911 Census 644/18 009 018
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-war-dead/results?fir
tName=Charles&lastName=Gordon&serviceNumber=326301&war=1
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

George Strachan Gordon

He was born on the 12th April 1897 at 181 Kenmure Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow to Robert and Helen Gordon (ms Strachan).[1]

Son of Robert Gordon, J.P., of 28, Aytoun Rd., Glasgow.

In 1901, he lived, age 3, at 181 Kenmure Street, with his parents Robert (34) and Helen (29) and brother Robert F H (11 months).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 13, at 191 Albert Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Robert and Helen and brothers Robert F H and Willie S (8).[3]

He was a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps and 7th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).

He died, aged 20, on the 19th August 1917.

He is buried in Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France.[4]

He is commemorated in The Glasgow Roll of Honour and on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/13 257
[2]1901 Census 644/13 034 024
[3]1911 Census 644/18 017 093
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/337525/GORDON, GEORGE STRACHAN
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Alexander Currie Goudie

He was born on the 7th September 1895 at 20 Kelvingrove Street, Kelvin, Glasgow to George Goudie and Jane Goudie (ms Currie).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 6, at 20 Kelvingrove Street, with his parents George (40) and Jane (38) and siblings George (11), Jane (8) and James (3).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 15, at Dunard, 14 Leslie Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow, with his mother Jane and siblings Jane and James.[3]

He was educated at Glasgow High; was employed on the staff of Messrs. Donaldson Brothers, Shippers, Glasgow; joined the Scottish Horse in 1914: obtained a commission in the Cameronians March 1917; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from the following month.[4]What leisure he had in the summer months he devoted to lawn tennis,and was a valued member of the Titwood Club.[5]

He was a Second Lieutenant in the 9th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).

He died on the 20th September 1917.

He is commemorated on Panel 68 to 70 and 162 and 162A. at the Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[6]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and the HSG Book of Service and Remembrance  

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/9 1345
[2]1901 Census 644/9 021 043
[3]1911 Census 644/18 023 153
[4]De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour, 1914-1919, page 116
[5]HSG Book of Service and Remembrance
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/840333/GOUDIE,%20ALEXANDER%20CURRIE
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

William Gow

He was born on the 9th November 1888 at 12 Queen’s Crescent, Cathcart, to John James Gow and Jeanie Gow (ms Esilman).[1]

In 1891, he lived, age 2, at 23 Queen’s Crescent, Cathcart with his parents John J (31) and Jeannie (31) and siblings John J (5), Harry E (4) and Dorothy E (6 months).[2]

In 1901, he lived, age 12, at Stencairn, Eaglesham Road, Cathcart with his parents John J and Jeanie and siblings John J, Harry and Dorothy.[3]He was a pupil at the High School of Glasgow.[4]

In 1911, he lived, age 22, at 97 St Andrew’s Drive, Pollokshields, with his parents and siblings John J and Dorothy E. He was a clerk in a shipping office.[5]

At the time of his death his parents lived at 4, Boleyn Rd., Pollokshields West, Glasgow.

He was a Private in the 16th Battalion Royal Scots (Service No: 43754).

He died, aged 28, on the 9th April 1917.

He is buried in Ste. Catherine British Cemetery.[6]

He is commemorated in the HSG Book of Service and Remembrance and the GlasgowRoll of Honour. 

He was awarded, The Victory and The British War Medals.[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 560 303
[2]1891 Census 560 003 038
[3]1901 Census 560A 008 005
[4]HSG Book of Service and Remembrance 
[5]1911 Census 644/18 023 032
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/50616/GOW,%20WILLIAM
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

James Tait Gowanlock

He was born on the 23 February 1897 in Rostellan, Cork to Walter Gowanlock and Jane Carlisle Tait.[1]

In 1901 he lived, age 4, at Muirhouses School House, Carriden, West Lothian with his parents Walter (43) and Jane C (24) and siblings Janet (11), Jeanie (9) and Walter (3).[2]

In 1911 he lived, age 14, at 9 Princes Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Walter and Jane C and siblings Janet T and Walter.[3]

He was a Private in the 7th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (Service No: 1455).

He died on the 28th June 1915.

He is commemorated on Panel 92 to 97at the Helles Memorial, Turkey.

He is commemorated in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 2 of the edition of the 30thJuly 1915.[4]

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Ancestry.co.uk
[2]1901 Census 633/2 002 084
[3]1911 Census 644/18 019 120
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/693703/GOWANLOCK,%20JAMES
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Walter Gowanlock

He was born on the 22nd April 1898 at 18 Waverley Gardens, Crossmyloof, Glasgow to Walter Gowanlock and Jane Carlisle Tait.[1]

In 1901 he lived, age 3, at Muirhouses School House, Carriden, West Lothian with his parents Walter (43) and Jane C (24) and siblings Janet (11), Jeanie (9) and James (4).[2]

In 1911 he lived, age 14, at 9 Princes Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Walter and Jane C and siblings Janet T and James.[3]

He was a Private in the 8th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (Service No: 265463

He was awarded the Military Medals. Listed on page 5033 of The London Gazette, dated 23 Aplril 1918. [4]

He died on the 29th July 1918. He is buried in the Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoir, Aisne, France.[5]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals.[6]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 560 247
[2]1901 Census 633/2 002 084
[3]1911 Census 644/18 019 120
[4]https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/30652/supplement/5033

[5]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/297769/GOWANLOCK,%20W
[6]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Robert N. Gray

He lived at 4 Melville Street, Pollokshields.[1]

He was a Private (Service No: 43606) in the 10th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

He died on the 1stAugust 1917.

He is commemorated on Panel 22 of the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[2]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[3]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back


[1]Glasgow Roll of Honour
[2]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/907615/gray,-robert/
[3]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

James Grieve

He was born on the 4thJuly 1893 at 16 Hamilton Road, Motherwell, Lanarkshire to John Grieve and Margaret Goodwin. [1]

Son of Margaret Grieve, of 15, Mariscat Rd., Pollokshields, Glasgow, and the late John Grieve. Native of Motherwell.

In 1901 he lived, age 7, at 733 Shields Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents John (61) and Margaret (48) and sister Dorothy (8).

In 1911, he lived, age 17, at 733 Shields Road, with his and sister Dorothy. He was an apprentice mining engineer.[2]

He was a Corporal in the 6th Battalion Cameron Highlanders (Service No: 13056). 

He died, aged 22, on the 26th June 1916. 

He is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.[3]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour 

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[4]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 639 691
[2]1911 Census 644/18 020 017
[3]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/251630/GRIEVE,%20JAMES
[4]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

William Gunn

Son of William and Elizabeth L. Gunn, of 2, Leven St., Pollokshields, Glasgow.

In 1901, he lived, age 8, at 220 Albert Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents William (40) and Elizabeth (33) and siblings Jenny (5) and Arthur (2).[1]

In 1911, he lived, age 18, at 38 Keir Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents William (50) and Elizabeth (43) and siblings Jennie (15), James A (12) and Allan G (6). He was an underclothing salesman.[2]

He was a Corporal in the 5th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (Service No: 5910) 

He died, aged 23, on the 1st July 1915. 

He is buried in Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France.[3]

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[4]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]1901 Census 644/13 036 172
[2]1911 Census 644/18 017 118
[3]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/280982/GUNN,%20WILLIAM
[4]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Arthur Henderson

He was born on the 23rdJuly 1893 at 31 Aston Terrace, Partick, Glasgow to Alexander Henderson and Sarah Smith Irving.[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 7, at 120 Mains Street, Blythswood, Glasgow with his parents Alexander (53) and Sarah Smith (34) and siblings Henry Palmer (12), Alexander Irving (10) and Elizabeth Patricia (4).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 17, atAuchinbrae,35 Newark Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow, with his parents Alexander (63) and Sarah Smith (44) and siblings Henry Palmer (22), Alexander Irving (20) and Elizabeth Patricia (14).He was a shop assistant in the drapery trade. [3]

He was a Lieutenant in the 52nd (Lowland) Div. Cyclist Coy. Army Cyclist Corps.

He died, aged 23, on the 4th August 1916.

He is buried in Kantara War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.[4]

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 646/3 1120
[2]1901 Census 644/7 023 125
[3]1911 Census 644/18 023 149
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/474792/HENDERSON,%20ARTHUR
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Thomas Fairley Henderson

He was born on the 27thMay 1895 at 69 Cadder Street, Tradeston, Glasgow to William Henderson and Margaret Pringle. [1]

In 1901, he lived, age 5, at 19 Keir Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents William (48) and Margaret (49) and siblings Minnie I (17), Gracie B (15), Isabell (14), Margaret W (12), Thomas F (5) and Marjorie (1 month).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 15, at 19 Keir Street, with his parents and siblings. [3]

He was a Private in the 1st/1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment (Service No: 203231).
He died, aged 23, on the 18th November 1918.
He is buried in the Peronne Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France. [4]

He is commemorated on The Albert Road Academy War Memorial

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/13 377
[2]1901 Census 644/13 036 114
[3]1911 Census 644/18 018 021
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/288650/HENDERSON,%20THOMAS%20FAIRLEY
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Archibald Thomson Hendry

He was born on the 7thDecember 1881 at New Ardrossan, Ayrshire to Charles Hendry and Mary Thomson.[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 19, at 5 Leslie Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his motherMary (52) and siblings Mary K (26), Annie T (24) and Daniel (20). He was a clerk to a produce broker. [2]

In 1911, he lived, age 29, at 14 Glencairn Drive, Pollokshields with his mother Mary and siblings Catherine (38), Mary K (36), Annie T (34) and Daniel (30) He was produce broker.[3]

He lived at 61 Glencairn Drive.

He was a Second Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion Cameron Highlanders.

He died, aged 34, on the 23rd October 1916.

He was buried in Ardrossan Cemetery.[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

He is commemorated in The Glasgow Roll of Honour in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 3 of the edition of the 25thOctober 1916.

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 576/2 153
[2]1901 Census 644/13 032 016
[3]1911 Census 644/18 020 144
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/663411/HENDRY,%20ARCHIBALD%20THOMSON
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Stephen Hindle Jnr

He was born on the 23rdAugust 1894 at 104 Blythswood Drive, Kelvin, Glasgow to Stephen Hindle and Agnes Hill Hutton. [1]

In 1901, he lived, age 6, at Wellwood, 12 Sutherland Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Stephen (85) and Agnes H (36) and siblings George C H (7) and Margaret H (5). [2]

In 1911 he lived, age 16, at Moniford, 12 Sutherland Avenue with his parents and siblings Margaret (15) and Lois (9). [3]

He was a Second Lieutenant in the Tank Corps. 

He died, aged 23, on the 26th March 1918 

He is buried in the Bray Hill British Cemetery, Bray=Sur=Somme, Somme, France.[4]

He is commemorated on The Albert Road Academy War Memorial and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

He is commemorated on The Albert Road Academy War Memorial and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/9 1325
[2]1901 Census 644/14 029 052
[3]1911 Census 644/18 025 104
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/546884/HINDLE,%20STEPHEN
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

John S Hislop

He and his twin brother David were born on 14thOctober 1881 at 121 West Scotland Street, Kinning Park. His parents were James Ferguson Hislop and Margaret Hislop (ms Small).

In 1891 he lived, aged 9, with his parents and siblings David (9), Peter (8), Annie (3) and Adguaine (1)[1]

In 1901 he lived, aged 19, with his father James (47) and siblings David (19), Peter (18), Annie (23), Ada (14) and Lizzie (6). He was an iron moulder apprentice.[2]

He married Catherine Torrance on the 10thDecember 1909 at 8 Bellahouston Terrace, Govan.

In 1911 he lived, aged 29, with his wife at 258 Craig Street. He was an iron founder.[3]

He was a private in the 1st/4thBattalion Royal Sussex Regiment (Service Number G/21436)

He died on the 29thAugust 1917

He is buried in Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire, Aisne, France

Cemetery/memorial reference IIA. B. 7.[4]

He is commemorated in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 8 of the edition of 4thSeptember 1918 and on page 3 with a photo in the 12th September 1918 edition, and on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]1891 Census 644/14 060 012
[2]1901 Census 644/14 016/l 005
[3]1911 Census 644/18 037 015
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/297816/hislop,-/
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

James Scott Hogg

He was born on the 16thJuly 1884 at 6 Cowan Street, Hillhead, Partick to Robert Martin Hogg and Margaret Smith Hogg (ms Mountain).[1]

In 1891, he lived, age 6, at 278½ St Vincent Street, Blythswood, Glasgow with his parents Robert M (32) and Margaret S (28).[2]

In 1901, he lived, age 16, at 26 George Street, Blackfriars, Glasgow with his parents and sister Margaret Ann (16). [3]

In 1911 he lived, aged 26, with his parents at Neidpath, 3 Kelburn Avenue, Dumbreck.[4]

He married Margaret (Rita) Ferguson Anderson on the 28thJanuary 1915 at The Grand Hotel, Glasgow.[5]

CWGC Headstone Schedules Mrs J.S. Hogg, Warbin Lodge, 44 Lygon Road, Newington, Edinburgh.

He was a Captain in the 2nd Lowland Field Coy., Royal Engineers. 

He died on the 12thAugust 1917.

He is buried in Cathcart Cemetery, Glasgow. Grave Reference: Q. 826.[6]

He is commemorated in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 7 of the 28thJune 1918 edition.  There is a photo

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 646/3 1071
[2]1891 Census 644/7 063 012
[3]1901 Census 644/5 010 123
[4]1911 Census 644/18 026 028
[5]Marriage Certificate 644/12 019
[6]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/664270/hogg,-/
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

William Winning Hunter

He was born on the 10thSeptember 1889 at 535 Eglinton Street, Govan, Lanarkshire to James Hunter and Elizabeth Hunter (ms Winning). [1]

In 1891 he lived, aged 1, with his parents and brother James (2) at 535 Eglinton Street, Govan. [2]

In 1901 he lived, aged 11, with his parents and siblings James (12), Isa (7) and Gilbert (2) at 388 Victoria Road, Glasgow.[3]

In 1911 he lived, aged 21, with his mother Elizabeth (45) and his siblings Isabella (17), Gilbert (12) and Bessie (7) at 368 Victoria Road, Crosshill[4]

He was a Lance Corporal (Service No: S/13697) in the 7th Battalion Cameron Highlanders

He died on the 25thSeptember 1915

He is commemorated on Panel 119 to 124 on the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.[5]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[6]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/12 1223
[2]1891 Census 644/212 020 080
[3]1901 Census 644/13 028 088
[4]1911 Census 644/18 003 010
[5]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/732524/hunter,-william-winning/
[6]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Duncan Clark Bain Johnston

He was born on the 11thNovember 1893 at 9 Binnie Place, Glasgow to Andrew Johnston and Marion Walker Bain Johnston (ms Bain).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 7, at 11 Leven Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Andrew (38) and Marion (30) and siblings Janet Mck (12), John G (11), and Thomas Mck (2).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 17, at "Glenacre", 10, St. John's Rd., Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings Janet Mck, John G, Thomas Mck and Margaret D (6).[3]

He was a Private in the 1st/28th Battalion London Regiment (Artists' Rifles) (Service No: 764435) 

He died, aged 24, on the 30th October 1917. 

He is commemorated on Panel 153. of Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[4]

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Acdemy War Memorial, and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and the High School of Glasgow Book of Service and Remembrance.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/4 1158
[2]1901 Census 644/13 030 078
[3]1911 Census 644/18 024 191
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1633629/JOHNSTON,%20DUNCAN%20CLARK%20BAIN
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Thomas McKinnon Johnston:

He was born on the 14thApril 1898 at 11 Leven Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow to Andrew Johnston and Marion Walker Bain Johnston (ms Bain).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 2, at 11 Leven Street with his parents Andrew (38) and Marion (30) and siblings Janet Mck (12), John G (11), and Duncan C B (7).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 12, at "Glenacre", 10, St. John's Rd., Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings Janet Mck, John G, Duncan C B and Margaret D (6).[3]

He was a Second Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

He died, aged 18, on the 13th November 1916 Age: 18 

He is buried in the Serre Road Cemetery No.1, Pas de Calais, France.[4]

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial, and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and the High School of Glasgow Book of Service and Remembrance,

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/4 1158
[2]1901 Census 644/13 030 078
[3]1911 Census 644/18 024 191
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/593618/JOHNSTON,%20THOMAS%20McKINNON
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

John Ritchie Johnstone

He was born on the 22ndof September 1898 and was the fourth child of James Johnstone - an iron merchant - and Mary Ritchie.[1]

In 1901 he lived, aged 2, at 33 Kelvingrove Street, Kelvin, Glasgow, with his parents, James (47) and Mary (45), and siblings Helen B (8), Allan T (7) and Anna Mary (4).[2]

In 1911 he lived, aged 12, at 25 Herriet Street, Pollokshields with his parents and siblings Helen B (18), Allan T (17) and Anna Mary (14).[3]

He lived at 212a St Vincent Street.

He was a Lieutenant in the 244th Squadron, Royal Air Force

He died on the 14thAugust 1918.

He is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.[4]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and the High School of Glasgow Book of Service and Remembrance.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/9 1470
[2]1901 Census 644/9 018 080
[3]1911 Census 644/18 017 021
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2894720/johnstone,-john-ritchie/
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

William Reid Kelly

He was born on the 4thNovember 1886 at Ashbourne Cottage, Carluke, Lanarkshire to James Thomson Kelly and Agnes Kelly (ms Gibson)[1]

In 1891 he lived, aged 4, with his parents and siblings Jessie (8), Ellen (6) and William (4) at 2 Market Road, Carluke, Lanarkshire. [2]

In 1901 he lived with his parents and siblings above and brother Thomas (8) at 53 Findlay Drive, Springburn, Glasgow.[3]

In 1911 he was a boarder at 9 Queens Mansions, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London W.  He was an artist.[4]

In 1915 the family lived at 1 Princes Street, Pollokshields.[5]

He was originally a Private (Service No: 41014) in the Royal Scots Fusiliers.

He was promoted to Second Lieutenant and transferred to the 10th Battalion The King's (Liverpool Regiment)

He was killed in action on the 18thJune, 1918.

He is buried in the Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas de Calais, France. Grave Reference: V. A. 6.[6]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and the He is commemorated in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 3 of the edition of the 28 June 1918. There is a portrait.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 629 261
[2]1891 Census 629 002 039
[3]1901 Census 6443/3 047 038
[4]1911 Census 003 027 252
[5]1915 Valuation Roll
[6]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/195013/kellie,-/
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Robert Thomas King

He was born on the 1stMay 1892 at Abercorn Cottage, Rothesay to Robert and Jessie King (ms Edmond). [1]

In 1901, he lived, age 8, at 15 Lockhart Place, Hawick, Roxburghshire with his parents Robert (45) and Jessie (40) and siblings Helen (14), Margaret A (12), and William (11).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 18, at 16 Kenmure Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Robert  and Jessie and siblings Helen M, Margaret A, William.[3]

He was a Second Lieutenant in the 6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders.

He died, aged 26, on the 31st July 1918.

He is buried in the Caestre Military Cemetery, Nord, France.[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals [5]

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial and on the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back


[1]1911 Census 558 088
[2]1901 Census 789/1 008 094
[3]1911 Census 644/18 012 086
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/70398/KING,%20ROBERT%20THOMAS
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index


 

Douglas Reid King MC

He was born on the 30thDecember 1890 at Auchengower, 5 Abercromby Street, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire to John and Isabella Macfarlane King (ms Colville).[1]

In 1891, he lived, age 3 months, at Auchengower, 5 Abercromby Street, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire, with his parents John (55) and Isabella M (39) and siblings Catherine A (20), John (18), Margaret (16), Anabella (12), Martha M (10), Thomas (7) and David M (6).[2]

In 1901, he lived, age 10, at Auchengower, with his parents John and Isabella M and siblings John, Margaret, Anabella and Martha.[3]

In 1911, he lived, age 20, at Auchengower, with his parents John and Isabella M and siblings John, Margaret, David M, Alan (18), and Ethel (21). He was a medical student. [4]

M.B., Ch.B. of Glasgow University August 1914.[5]

He was a Captain in the 74th Field Ambulance. Royal Army Medical Corps.

He was awarded the Military Cross and "Mentioned in Despatches".

He died, aged 26, on the 7th June 1917.

He is buried in the Oosttaverne Wood Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. [6]

He is commemorated on Glasgow University Web Site and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour where his address is given as 3 Nithsdale Place.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals. [7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 503 006
[2]1891 Census 503 006 091
[3]1901 Census 503 007 105
[4]1911 Censussus 503 007 069
[5]https://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/ww1-biography/?id=588
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/105176/KING,%20DOUGLAS%20REID
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

David Myles Laidlaw

He was born on the 7thSeptember 1878 at 105 Douglas Street, Blythswood, Glasgow to William P. and Jane Laidlaw (ms Myles).[1]

In 1881, he lived, age 2, at 105 Douglas Street, Blythswood, Glasgow, with his parents William Park (36) and Jane (39) and siblings Walter (12) and Margaret (8), [2]

In 1891, he lived, age 12, at 11 Battery Place, Rothesay, Bute, with his parents and Jane (39) and siblings. [3]

In 1901, he lived, age 22, at 12 Bruce Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow, with his parents and Jane (39) and siblings.  He was a stationer.[4]

He married Hilda Margaret Hellinick Gardner on the 12 September 1911 at St Peter, Notting Hill, Kensington. [5]

He was a Private in the "D" Coy. 6th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) (Service No: 16531).

He died, aged 39, on the 31st July 1917.

He is buried in No Man's Cot Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[6]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour where his address is given as 55 Dalziel Drive. 

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/7 747
[2]1881 Census 644/7 071 012
[3]1891 Census 558 020 050
[4]1901 Census 644/14 032A 095
[5]Parish Register
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/447469/LAIDLAW,%20DAVID%20MYLES
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Robert Stuart Laidlaw

He was born on the 5thNovember 1883 at 23 Ayton Road, Pollokshields to William Laidlaw and Caroline Laidlaw (ms Peploe)[1]

In 1891 he lived, aged 7, at 23 Aytoun Road with his parents and sister Sarah Lilly (12), [2]

In 1901 he lived at Dunluce, 17 St John’s Road with his father and sister.[3]

He appears in the Glasgow Roll of Honour

He was a Private (Service No: 431036) in the 3rd Battalion Canadian Pioneers.

He died on the 13thJune 1916, Aged 31

He is commemorated on Panel 32 of the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/14 1110
[2]1891 Census 644/14 038 038
[3]1901 Census 644/14 028 036
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1593668/laidlaw,-robert-stuart/
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Archibald Lauder

He was born on the 31stMay 1884 at 222 Paisley Road, Glasgow to Alexander and Isabella Lauder (ms Blackwood).[1]

In 1891 he lived, age 6, at 2 Herriet Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Alexander (36) and Isabella Blackwood (34) and siblings Lizzie (8), Isabella (8), and Jane (2).[2]

In 1901, he lived, age 16, at Raduala, Terregles Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Alexander (47) and Isabella Blackwood (45) and siblings Lizzie (18), Isabella (14), Jane (12), Jessie (8) and Alexander (3). He was a pawnbroker’s assistant.[3]

In 1911, he lived, age 26, at Raduala, 125, Terregles Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Alexander and Isabella Blackwood and siblings Elizabeth, Isabella, Jane, Jessie and Alexander. He was a pawnbroker.[4]

He was a Lance Corporal in the "A" Coy. 11th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Service No: 14910). 

He died on the 10th July 1917. 

He is buried in Ypres Town Cemetery Extension, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[5]

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[6]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/14 526
[2]1881 Census 644/13 051 052
[3]1901 Census 644/14 029 009
[4]1911 Census 644/18 023 065
[5]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/446580/LAUDER,%20ARCHIBALD
[6]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Arthur Ernest Liddell

He was born on the 29thMarch 1878 at 34 Woodlands Road, Kelvin, Glasgow, to William and Margaret Liddell (ms Hannah).[1]

In 1881, he lived, age 3, at 10 Binnie Place, Calton, Glasgow with his parents William (46) and Margaret (40) and siblings Maggie G (13), William L (10), Matthew H (8), Alexr H (6), Geo R (4) and Annie T(7 months).[2]

In 1891, he lived, age 13, at 339 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow with his parents and siblings.[3]

In 1901, he lived, age 23, at 4 Leven Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings. He was a mercantile clerk.[4]

In 1911, he lived, age 33, at 112 Gloucester Street, Govan, Glasgow with his parents and siblings. He was a drapery warehouseman.[5]

He was a Private in the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (Service No: 202093). 

He died, aged 40, on the 21st August 1918. 

He is buried in Gommecourt Wood New Cemetery, Foncquevillers, Pas de Calais, France.[6]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour. 

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves commissions entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/9 595
[2]1881 Census 644/4 027 113
[3]1891 Census 644/9 046 068
[4]1901 Census 644/13 021 159
[5]1911 Census 644/18 014 184
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/305553/LIDDELL,%20ARTHUR%20ERNEST
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Edward Jones Lindsay

He was born on the 9thJanuary 1880 at 129 North John Street, St Rollox, Glasgow to Thomas Lindsay and Wilhemina Lindsay (ms Forsyth).[1]

In 1881, he lived, age 1, at 129 North John Street, St Rollox, Glasgow with his parents Thomas and Wilhelmina F Lindsay and his siblings William F (9), Thomas F (8) and John Findlay (5)[2]

In 1901, he lived, age 20, at 203 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow with his parents and siblings.[3]

When he joined the Canadian Infantry, he was living in Victoria, British Columbia. He was a Civil Engineer [4]
He was a Private (Service No: 706236) in the 29th Battalion Canadian Infantry

He died on the 21stAugust 1917

He is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.[5]

He is commemorated in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 8 of the edition of the 7thAugust 1918

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[6]

See his Commonwealth War Graves commissions entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/6 332
[2]1881 Census 644/6 006 084
[3]1901 Census 644/14 028 019
[4]Library and Archives Canada; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; CEF Personnel Files; Reference: RG 150; Volume: Box 5652 - 59
[5]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1570571/lindsay,-edward-jones/
[6]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

James Walker Liston:

He was born on the 27thJuly 1894 at 69 Cadder Street, Tradeston, Glasgow to Robert and Marion Liston (ms Walker).[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 6, at 19 Glencairn Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents Robert (41) and Marion (40) and siblings Robert (11), Marion (10), and John (5) [2]

In 1911, he continued to live, age 16, at 19 Glencairn Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his parents and siblings.[3]

He was a Private in the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (Service No: 40401). 

He died, aged 22, on the 25th September 1916. 

He is commemorated on Pier and Face 4 A and 4 D. of the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.[4]

His parents lived at 9, Fotheringay Rd., Glasgow.

He is commemorated on the Albert Road Academy War Memorial and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals. [5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/13 509
[2]1901 Census 644/15 027 144
[3]1911 Census 644/18 020 113
[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/800848/LISTON,%20JAMES%20WALKER
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Alfred Thomas. Logan

 was born on the 3rdSeptember 1888 at 122 South Portland Street, Gorbals, Glasgow, Lanarkshire to Thomas Logan and Mary Logan (ms Bissett). [1]

In 1891, he lived, age 2, at 122 South Portland Street, Gorbals, Glasgow with his parents Thomas (46) and Mary (34) and brother Frederick W A (10). [2]

In 1901, he lived, age 12, at 822 Pollokshaws Road, Kinning Park, Glasgow with his parents and brother. [3]

In 1911, he lived, age 22, at 10, Regent Park Terrace, Strathbungo, Glasgow with his parents. He was a medical student [4]

He graduated MB ChB from Glasgow University in 1915. 

He was a Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps attached 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards.

He was "Mentioned in Despatches". [5]

He died, aged 28, on the 16th September 1916. He is commemorated on Pier and Face 4 C. of the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.[6]

He is commemorated on the Glasgow University Web Site and in the Glasgow Roll of Honour and in the Evening Times Roll of Honour on page 3 of the edition of the 25thOctober 1916.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals.[7]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/12 1054
[2]1891 Census 644/12 012 072
[3]1901 Census 644/14 026 099
[4]1911 Census 644/14 019 070
[5]https://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/ww1-biography/?id=181
[6]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/801173/LOGAN,%20ALFRED%20THOMAS
[7]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

John Hastie Logan MC

He was born in Liverpool in 1884. Brother of Mr. J. S. Logan, of 189, Kemure St., Pollokshields, Glasgow.

In 1891, he lived, age 6, at 38 Kenmure Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow with his Aunts Isabella (25), Elizabeth D (26) and Catherine S (22) Stewart, his mother Janelle Logan (34) and siblings Janelle (14) and James (9). [1]

In 1901, he lived, age 16, at 314 Dumbarton Road, Sandyford, Glasgow with his aunt Elizabeth D Stewart (39) and sister Minnie Bird (33) and brother James S (20).[2]

In 1911, he lived, age 26, at 29 Leven Street with his aunt Elizabeth D Stewart (51) and brother James S (30).[3]

He was a Captain in the 13th Battalion Royal Scots. 

He was awarded the Military Cross. In June 1917 

He died, aged 33, on the 1st August 1917. 

He is commemorated on Panel 11 of the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[4]

He is commemorated in the High School of Glasgow Book of Service and Remembrance and the Glasgow Roll of Honour.

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals.[5]


[1]1891 Census 644/13 050 015
[2]1901 Census 644/9 016 051
[3]1911 Census 644/18 013 092

[4]www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1619262/LOGAN,%20JOHN%20HASTIE
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index
See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

 

William Struthers Lothian

He was born on the 4thDecember 1894 at 128 Rose Street, Hutchesontown, Glasgow to Charles and Janet Lothian (ms Struthers).[1]

In 1901 he lived, age 6, at 23 West Scotland Street, Plantation, Glasgow with his parents Charles (40) and Mary (48) and siblings James (14) and Elizabeth (11).[2]

In 1911 he lived, age 16, at 141 Waddell Street, Hutchesontown, Glasgow with his parents Charles and Mary.[3]

He was a Private (Service No: 19473) 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry

He died on the 1stAugust 1917

He is commemorated on Panel 38 of the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.[4]

He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour which has him living at 128 West Street Tradeston, Glasgow.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/11 2537
[2]1901 Census 646A/2 031 136
[3]1911 Census 644/15 037 052
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1619359/lothian,-william/
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

William Francis Low

He was born on the 22ndOctober 1891 in Pollokshields.[1]

In 1901, he lived, age 9, at 240 Darnley Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow, with his Father William (50), mother Jane (48) and siblings Annie (13), Edith (10) and James (7) [2]

In 1911, he lived, age 19, at 26 Herriet Street, Pollokshields, with his mother Jane and siblings Annie, Edith, and Norman (17). [3]

He was a Private in the 7th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (Service Number 1826)
He died on the 28thJune 1915
He is commemorated on Panel 93 to 98 of the Helles Memorial, Turkey[4]

He is commemorated on  The Albert Road Academy War Memorial. He is commemorated in the Glasgow Roll of Honour which has him living at 26 Herriet Street, Pollokshields.

He was awarded The 1914/15 Star, The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]Birth Certificate 644/13 768
[2]1901 Census 644/13 030 035
[3]1911 Census 644/18 017 197
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/690558/low,-frank-william/
[5]WW1 Medals Rolls Index

 

Robert Lowry 

He was born on the 9thNovember 1885 at Richieston, Erskine, Renfrewshire to Robert and Sara Jane Lowry (ms Monteith).[1]

In 1901 he lived, age 15 at 28 March Street StrathbungoGlasgow with his Father Robert (56), mother Sarah (47) and sister Elizabeth (18).[2]

He was an Able Seaman (Service No: ClydeZ/7726) in the Drake Battalion R.N. Div., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.

He enrolled 29/11/15; entered 22/6/16; drafted for BEF 21/11/16, joined Drake Bn. 12/12/16-4/2/17 GSW Legs, Invalided to UK 7/2/17

He died of wounds at 9.50pm, 12thFebruary 1917, in Military Block, Salford Royal Hospital from Shrapnel wound right leg, Gangrene, Malignant Oedema (also described as "Died this morning in 2nd Western General Hospital Manchester from Haemorrhage.")

He was a clerk. His father lived at 28 March Street, Strathbungo[3]

He is buried in Cathcart Cemetery. Grave Reference: N. 811.[4]

He was awarded The Victory and The British War Medals[5]

See his Commonwealth War Graves Commission's entry here. Back

[1]563 043Birth Certificate
[2]1901 Census 644/13 040 111
[3]The Jack Clegg Memorial Database of Royal Naval Division Casualties of The Great War.
[4]https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/664282/lowry,-robert/
[5]Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Medals Rolls

 


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