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Stonelaw High School Rutherglen

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:26 pm    Post subject: Stonelaw High School Rutherglen Reply with quote

Stonelaw High School, 140 Calderwood Road, Rutherglen G73 3BP

OS Grid Ref: NS 616613



Stonelaw High School is a non-denominational state high school located in Rutherglen, Scotland near the city of Glasgow. It was established in August 1970 as a four-year school based in the former Rutherglen Academy building at the corner of Stonelaw Road and Melrose Avenue. Eventually Stonelaw High became a six-year school and was relocated to new premises on Calderwood Road, Rutherglen (1998). www.stonelaw.s-lanark.sch.uk

The WW1 & WW2 Memorials are situated at the main entrance to the school.





The WW1 Memorial is inscribed as follows:-

ERECTED IN PROUD AND
GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
THE FORMER PUPILS OF
STONELAW H. G. SCHOOL
WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR

Wm. Aitchison
James T. Aitken
Alex. McK. Baird
A. Bennett M.M.
William Brown
Geo. Brownlee
Robert B. Bryce
James Burnett
Alexr. Calder
Peter Campbell
Archd. Corson
Robert Corson
Walt. Crichton
John Currie
James Dick
Allan Edmiston
David Elliot
Robert Elliot
James McK. Fisher
David Forsyth
Alf. C. Geddes
John Halliday
Thos. Kinghorn
Eric Kirkland
S. Lamont M.M.
Robert Lappin
Robert Love
Jas. Macallan
Thos. McConnell
Jas. McCormick
Thomas McCosh
Jack McDowell
David E. McGill
Robert McKay
Alexr. McLeod
Angus McLeod
John J. McLeod
Thos. McNair
John Maxwell
W. Miller D.C.M.
Herbt. Morrison
James Park A&SH
James Park Can.
Wm. C. Proctor
J. Charles Reid
J. Richardson V.C http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?t=5925
Iden Rigden
R.H. Robertson
Colin Shearer
Robt. Simpson
Robt. Stewart
John Taylor
Wm. Telford
David Tindal


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:32 pm    Post subject: Stonelaw High School Rutherglen Reply with quote





The WW2 memorial is inscribed as follows:-

IN EVERLASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THOSE
FROM THIS ACADEMY WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
1939 1945

Allan, Douglas A.H.
Archibald, Andrew
Bain, Andrew
Birkett, Jack
Black, William
Brown, Derek
Bryson, Douglas
Cameron, James C.
Cantley, Stanley D.
Close, William H.
Craig, Robert
Cross, William M.
Davie, Ronald
Davidson, Archibald L.
Don, Alexander James
Duncan, Thomas
Dykes, Thomas
Easson, Wilfred
Edgar, Robert
Fraser, Charles
Gebbie, Andrew A.
Gilmour, James
Goodall, Andrew F.
Gray, Robert M.
Hyndman, Thomas
Jenkins, James
Johnston, John
Johnstone, John
Kilpatrick, Hugh
Linley, Arthur T.
McKendrick, Ian
McKenzie, Alastair Lewis
Mackie, Peter
Mackey, William T.
McMillan, David
McMillan, William
McMinn, Robert M.
McQuatters, William Ian
MacRae, Duncan
Madden, Charles
Malley, Anthony
Meek, Edward T.
Monaghan, James C.
Muir, William C.
Munn, Robert S.
Neilson, Robert
Nicoll, Ivan
Nicoll, James
Reid, Charles A.
Robertson, Andrew
Rodger, David Crawford
Rogers, James McGregor
Sanderson, Ian
Scott, James F.
Smith, George K.
Smith, William
Steel, Arthur Dale M.C.
Tennent, John
Thomson, R. Wylie D.F.C.
Toner, William D.
Watson, David
Wilson, Duncan
Wilson, George
Wilson, R.M. (Gregor)
Wright, Ronald A.
Young, John
Yuill, Archibald

"AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"

Many thanks to the Head Teacher, Brian Cooklin, for allowing me access to the school.

John
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