Baldernock War Memorial

1914 - 1918
Rank Name Regt., Age  
AB W B Tinto RN 27 William Burns Tinto was the son of Alexander Tinto and Bessie Meek Gibson Tinto. William was from Glagsgow. He served as 236125 and was onboard HMS Defence. He died on 31 May 1916 aged 27 and is remembered on the Plymouth Memorial.
Lieut D Gillies RNVR 36 Daniel Gillies served in HMMB No. 71 and died on 30 April 1915 and is remembered at New Kilpatrick (or Hillfoot) Cemetery.
2nd Lieut C R Smith RGA 19  
Gr John Leighton RGA 38 J Leighton was the son of Charles and Christine Leighton of Bamellan, Milngavie, Glasgow. He served as 170373 and died on 22 January 1918 aged 38. He rests in Roclincourt Military Cemetery.
Pte A M Harrison NF 22  
Pte D Caldwell RSF 34  
Major C E Higginbotham 58th Reg 49 Charles Ernest was the son of Mr & Mrs C T Higginbotham of Craigmaddie, Milngavie. He died on 11 March 1915 aged 48 and is remembered on Le Touret Memorial.
Lieut A D M Anderson A & SH 20 Andrew Douglas MacArthur Anderson was the son of James Scott Anderson and his wife Margaret Chiene Anderson of Tullichewan Castle, Balloch. He was KIA on 8 May 1915 aged 20 and is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial.
Pte Donald McLellan A & SH 20  
Pte George Hannah 13th AIF 25 George, the son of Robert Hannah, and worked as a ploughman. He served as 1610 in the Australian Infantry, enlisting in Kerang, Victoria, where he was found to be 5' 8" tall, weighing 161lbs, and having a 35" chest. He had a fair complection, blue eyes and light brown hair. He gave his religion as that of Presbytrian. He was KIA on 26 April 1915 and is remembered on the Lone Pine Memorial
Cpl John Morrison 83rd CI 25  
Lieut E H N Stroud RAF 23 Eric Hubert Noel Stround was the son of Dr and Mrs William Stroud of Bankell, Milngavie. Eric volunteered in August of 1915 and served in the Leicestershire Regiment, 53rd Sqdn. He was KIA on 21 April 1918 aged 23 and rests in Sanctuary Wood Cemetery


Wireman Donald MacLeod RN  
Sapper Archibald MacNicol RE  
Sub. Lieut J G Struthers RNVR  
Flight Lieut G L P Zech RAF George Louis Paul Zech was the son of Paul and Jeanne Zech Dupont. George was a native of Belgium. He served as Flight Lieutenant 73495 and died on 28 May 1940 aged 39 and is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. George left a widow, Catharine Banks Zech of Bardowie.


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