Sacred to the Memory of those from the
Parish of Strathblane who fell in the Great War
Colin Rankin L\Cpl HLI Colin Ogilvie Rankin was the son of Dr and Mrs C Rankin of Barrington Drive, Glasgow. He was KIA on 25 April 1917 aged 27 and is remembered on the Arras Memorial
Robert Rigg Cpl Gordon Hldrs Robert was the son of John and Isabella Rig of Westerton of Mugdock, Milngavie. He served as S/7257 and died on 17 May 1915 aged 21 and rests in Longuenesse Souvenir Cemetery, St Omer.
James Robb Tpr Life Gds Possibly, Trooper 269 who was KIA on 12 October 1917 and is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing.
Archd L Scott Pte MGC  
Michael Stewart Pte Kings Liverpool Regt  
Ferguson Thomson    M.M. Pte Scots Gds Ferguson was the son of Thomas Thomson of The Glachan, Blanefield, Glasgow. He served as 16204 and died on 29 September 1918 aged 22 and resting in Thilloy Road Cemetery, Beaulenourt.
Eric Yarrow Lt A &SH Eric was the son of Alfred Fernandez Yarrow and his wife Minnie Florence of Homestead, Hindhead, Surry, being born at Blackheath, London. Eric was Mentioned in Despatches and died on 8 May 1915 aged 20. He rests in Esex Farm Cemetery.
Philip Binnie 2nd Lt 5th S R Cameronians Phillip was the son of William and Mary G Binnie of 27 Cordiner St, Cathcart, Glasgow, being born in Leith. He died on 26 Septembr 1917 aged 27 and is remembered at Hooge Crater Cemetert.
John Dillon Pte RAMC John, the son of John and Margaret of Mugcock Road, Milngavie. He served as 31820 in the 27th Field Ambulance and died on 12 July 1916 aged 24. He rests in Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt.
Alex Mitchell Pte SR  
Daniel Morrison Pte KOSB  
Wilfrid B Moyes    M.M. Sgt R W Surrey Regt Wilfred Blake Moyes was the son of the Rev. W B Moyes and his wife Clara of The Manse, Strathblane. He enlisted in 1914 after being educated at Uppingham and New College Oxford. He took his MA at Glasgow University when studying for the Scotch Bar. He served as G/18669 and died on 26 March 1918 aged 30. He rests in St Pierre Cemetery, Amiens
John McCulloch Pte A & SH  
Donald McIntyre Pte Lovat Scouts  
Jas MacIntyre Pte Seaforth Hldrs  
Donald McNeil Sgt Black Watch  
R B Rowley Orr Capt A & SH  
Wm Paterson Pte A & SH  
John Y Barr Lt A & SH John Young Barr was the son of Prof. Archibald and Mrs Barr of Westerton of Mugdock, Milngavie. John attained his BA at Oxford. He died on 25 Arpril 1915 aged 23 and is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial
Robert Blair Pte HLI  
Jas C Cartwright Pte ASC James Cochrane Cartwright was the son of Cochrane and Elizabeth Cartwright of 45 Benview St, Glasgow. He served as M2/222980 and died on 5 April 1916 and rests in Strathblane Parish Kirkyard
Wm J Cartwright Gnr RFA William John Cartwright was the brother to James, above.William had previously been living in Dumgoyne. He served as 836721 and died on 26 September 1917 aged 34 and rests in Wimereaux Communal Cemetery
Wm Devlyn Pte HLI William served as 2370 and died on 21 February 1915 and he rests in Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy.
George Don Gnr RGA  
Wm G Edmonstone Lt Coldstream Gds William George Edmonstone was the eldest son of Sir Archibald Edmonstone, 5th Bart., CVO and Lady Ida Agnes Eleanor (nee Forbes) Edmonstone of Duntreath Castle, Stirlingshire. He was born on 20 October 1896. He died on 15 September 1916 aged only 19. He rests in Guards' Cemetery, Lesboeufs.
William Ker Lt RN Divn William was the son of Charles and Florence Higginbotam Ker of 115 Vincent St, Glasgow. He was educated at Rugby School and later Balliol College, Oxford, attaining a BA. He was KIA on 13 November 1916 aged 24 and is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial
Alex Lowe Spr RE  
1939 - 1945
James Callender Gnr RA  
Andrew M MacLean Lt RNVR Andrew MacGavin MacLean he was the son of John MacGavin and Dorothea MacLean and husband of Jasmine Vivien. served on HMS Firefly and died on 18 February 1940. Andrewn rests in Strathblane Parish Kirkyard.
GilbertMcKay P/O RNVR  
Arhibald MacNicol Spr RE  
Richard N R Pedder Lieut Col HLI Richard Robert Newsham Pedder was the son of Brigadier General Ernest Newsham Pedder and his wife Mary Aloisa and husband of Pamela Anne. He served as 31724 and died on 9 June 1941 aged 36 and rfests in Sidon War Cemetery some 60 km from Beirut
Alexander Tunbull CH P/O RNVR Alexander was the son of David and Mary and husband to Janet. He served as Electrical Artificer 3rd Class on HMS Lauderdale. He, along with many others is named on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial


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