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PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 2:45 pm    Post subject: Lanarkshire memorials discussion Reply with quote

This thread is now solely for discussion of potential memorials not covered by the Project in the Lanarkshire area.

At the end there is a list of churches in North and South Lanarkshire which exist at present but I have no record of any memorials in them.

Any memorials highlighted in blue are links to posts in this forum.

List last updated 20th October 2013

Civic
Airdrie , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Allanton , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Ashgill , Location - No Known Memorial , South Lanarkshire
Auchentibber , Location - Sydes Brae, Auchentibber, High Blantyre , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6002
Banton , Location - Church Grounds, Kelvinhead Rd, Banton by Kilsyth , North Lanarkshire
Bellshill and Mossend , Location - In Front of Bellshill Academy , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44533
Biggar, Location - High Street, Biggar , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5970
Bothwell , Location - Main Street Bothwell at Railway Station? , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6004
Bothwellhaugh, Location - Strathclyde Park, Motherwell, Lanarkshire
Braehead , Location - Braehead Village, Braehead, near Forth , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang , Location - Mansfield Gate, Cambuslang , South Lanarkshire
Carluke, Community , Location - The Market, Carluke , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5713
Carluke, Community, Location - The Old Churchyard, Carluke, South Lanarkshire. UKNIWM Ref No: 64266
Carmichael , Location - Carmichael Churchyard, Carmichael, near Lanark , South Lanarkshire
Carnwath , Location - John Mann Park, Carnwath , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44803
Carstairs Junction, Location - Carstairs Junction, South Lanarkshire
Carstairs, Community , Location - The Village Green, Carstairs , South Lanarkshire
Chapelhall , Location - Garden at Public Library , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5963
Chryston , Location - Cumbernauld Rd , North Lanarkshire
Cleland , Location - Cleland Railway Station , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44541
Coatbridge, Location - Main Road, next to park , North Lanarkshire
Coulter , Location - Coulter Village, Coulter, near Biggar , South Lanarkshire
Craigneuk, Location - Not Known. No UKNIWM entry
Crawford, Crawford Cross , Location - Not known , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 53618
Crawfordjohn , Location - Parish Church , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 53619
Crossford & Hazelbank , Location - Crossford Village, Crossford, near Carluke , South Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld & Blackwood , Location - Baron Hill, Cumbernauld Village , North Lanarkshire
Douglas, Community , Location - Douglas Cemetery, Douglas , South Lanarkshire
East Kilbride , Location - Memorial Park, Old Village, Graham Avenue,
Elsrickle , Location - Hope Cottage, Elsrickle, near Biggar , South Lanarkshire
Ferniegair , Location - Carlisle Road, Ferniegair, Hamilton , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6005
Forth , Location - Recreation Park Forth , South Lanarkshire 8833
Gartcosh , Location - Lochend Road , North Lanarkshire
Glenboig , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Hamilton, Community , Location - Bothwell Park, Bothwell Road, Hamilton , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5999
Hamilton, Roll of Honour , Location - Town Hall , South Lanarkshire 6000
Hartwood, Location - Hartwood, North Lanarkshire
Haywood , Location - Haywood (abandoned) Village, Haywood, near Forth , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 53620
High Blantyre , Location - Cemetery Road, High Blantyre , South Lanarkshire
Holytown , Location - At East of twon, next to roundabout , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44549
Kilsyth , Location - Burngreen Peace Garden , North Lanarkshire 5988
Kirkfieldbank , Location - Riverside Road, Kirkfieldbank , South Lanarkshire
Lanark , Location - Lanark Memorial Hall, St Leonards Street, Lanark , South Lanarkshire
Larkhall , Location - Glenview Park, Larkhall , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6006
Law , Location - Law Recreation Ground Law , South Lanarkshire
Leadhills , Location - Leadhills , South Lanarkshire
Lesmahagow , Location - The Cemetery, Lesmahagow , South Lanarkshire
Morningside and Chapel, Location - Morningside, Lanarkshire
Motherwell , Location - Motherwell, North Lanarkshire
Netherburn , Location - Overton Road, Netherburn , South Lanarkshire
Newbigging, South Lanarkshire, Location not know. UKNIWM Ref no. 44806 - this is wrongly listed on UKNIWM. This is not a war memorial and seems to be some sort of market cross dating back to the 1600s.
New Lanark , Location - New Lanark Village, Lanark , South Lanarkshire
New Stevenston , Location - Memorial Garden , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44561
Newarthill , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Newmains , Location - Centre of Roundabout , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44557
Overtown and Castlehill , Location - In front of parish church , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44570
Pettinain , Location - Pettinain Village, Pettinain, near Carnwath , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen , Location - Glasgow Road / Burnhill Street, Rutherglen , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen , Location - Mill Street, Rutherglen , South Lanarkshire (This is listed by South Lanarkshire Council as a War Memorial but it seems to be a CWGC Cross of Sacrifice)
Salsburgh , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Shotts , Location - Not known , North Lanarkshire
Stepps , Location - Cumbernauld Rd , North Lanarkshire
Stonehouse , Location - Stonehouse Cemetery, Manse Road, Stonehouse , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6007
Strathaven , Location - Strathaven Cemetery, North Street, Strathaven , South Lanarkshire
Symington (Lanarkshire) , Location - Main Street, Symington , South Lanarkshire
Uddingston , Location - Main Street, Uddingston , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6001
Waterloo, Community , Location - Waterloo, North Lanarkshire
Westburn , Location - Westburn Road, Cambuslang , South Lanarkshire
Wishaw, 1918-1945, Location - Town Centre , North Lanarkshire
Wiston , Location - Wiston Cemetery, Wiston, near Biggar , South Lanarkshire


Church
Carluke, St Luke's , Location - St Lukes Churchyard, Carnwath Road,Carluke , South Lanarkshire
Crawford, Elvanfoot Parishioners , Location - Crawford Village Hall, Carlisle Road, Crawford , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44492
Elsrickle, UF Church , Location - Elsrickle Churchyard, Near Village Hall, Elsrickle, near Biggar , South Lanarkshire
Holytown, Holytown Parish Church Parishioners , Location - Holytown Parish Church , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44551
Rorison Church , Location - Rorison Church, Ashgill near Larkhall , South Lanarkshire
Wishaw, Cambusnethan Parishioners , Location - Cambusnethan Parish Church , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44572
Wishaw, Chalmers United Free Church Parishioners, Great War , Location - Chalmers United Free Church , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44573
Lamington and Wandell, South Lanarkshire, Location – Parish Church. UKNIWM Ref no. 53621

School
Blantyre - Calder Street Public School Roll of honour, Location - Heritage Centre, Douglas
Coatbridge Technical School, Location - Coatbridge College, Coatbridge
Coatbridge High School, Location - Coatbridge High School, Park Street, Coatbridge
Dalziel High School, Location - Crawford Street, Motherwell
Hamilton Grammar School, Location - Auchincampbell Road, Hamilton
Rutherglen - Stonelaw High School, Location - 140 Calderwood Road, Rutherglen
Strathaven Academy WW1, Location - Bowling Green Road, Strathaven
Strathaven Academy WW2, Location - Bowling Green Road, Strathaven
Wishaw, Wishaw High School, WW1 , Location - Motherwell Heritage Centre , North Lanarkshire (not on public display) , UKNIWM Ref No: 44574
Wishaw - Wishaw High School WW2, Location - Wishaw Old Parish Church


Individual
ANDERSON, James and Robert – Location: Rutherglen West & Wardlawhill Church, Rutherglen
BLACK, Rev. William D T – Location: Douglas Valley Church, Douglas
GILLESPIE, Alexander – Location: Douglas Valley Church, Douglas
GRAY-BUCHANAN, Walter Bruce & Cecil Gordon – Location: Rutherglen Old Parish Church, Rutherglen
KEEGAN, William (Spanish Civil War) – Location: Baillieston Library, Main Street, Baillieston
LOCKHART, Dennys Blair – Location: St Andrews Church, Mount Stewart Street, Carluke
MACKENZIE, Captain Kenneth – Location: Kippit Hill, near Dolphinton
PATERSON, Alexander Kirkpatrick – Location: Hamilton West Parish Church, Hamilton
STEVENSON, Colonel Andrew Scott – Location: St Andrews Church, Mount Stewart Street, Carluke
STEVENSON, Colonel James – Location: St Andrews Church, Mount Stewart Street, Carluke
STEVENSON, General Nathaniel – Location: St Andrews Church, Mount Stewart Street, Carluke
WATSON, Matthew (Boer War) – Location: Blantyre Livingstone Memorial Church, Blantyre




Wishaw, Belhaven park , Location - Belhaven Park , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44571


Regiment & Unit
Douglas, Polish 10th Armoured Cavalry Brigade , Location - Polish Memorial garden , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 44805


Other
Blantyre, CWGC , Location - Municipal Cemetery , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6003
Bothwell, Bothwell Brig battlesite , Location - Bothwell Bridege , South Lanarkshire
Coatbridge, Kipps , Location - Former Railway depot, , North Lanarkshire
Drumclog, Battlesite , Location - Below Louden Hill , South Lanarkshire
Gartcosh, Gartcosh Memorial Nurses Home , Location - War Memorial Cottage , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 43849
Hamilton, Lanarkshire Constabulary, Great War , Location - Lanark Police Station , South Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 6008
Kilsyth, Public Band , Location - Inside bandstand, Burngreen Peace Garden , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5989
Kilsyth, Town and Victoria Bands , Location - Inside bandstand, Burngreen Peace Garden , North Lanarkshire , UKNIWM Ref No: 5990


Churches in North and South Lanarkshire which may have memorials

Cambuslang, Cambuslang Baptist Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, Cambuslang Old Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, Cambuslang St Andrew's Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, Flemington Hallside Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, Salvation Army Corps , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, St Bride's Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, St Cuthbert's Church , South Lanarkshire
Cambuslang, Trinity St Paul's Church , South Lanarkshire
Chryston, Chryston Church , North Lanarkshire
Chryston, Chryston United Free Church , North Lanarkshire
Croy, Holy Cross Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Abronhill Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Condorrat Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Cumbernauld Old Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Cumbernauld United Reformed Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Holy Name Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Kildrum Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Our Lady and St Helen's Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Sacred Heart Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, Salvation Army Corps , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, St Joseph's Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, St Lucy's Church , North Lanarkshire
Cumbernauld, St Mungo's Church , North Lanarkshire
Gartcosh, Gartcosh Church , North Lanarkshire
Glenboig, Glenboig Church , North Lanarkshire
Kilsyth, Anderson Church , North Lanarkshire
Kilsyth, Banton Church , North Lanarkshire
Kilsyth, Burns and Old Church , North Lanarkshire
Kilsyth, Kilsyth Methodist Church , North Lanarkshire
Moodiesburn, St Michael's Church , North Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen Baptist Community Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen Old Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen Stonelaw Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen United Reformed Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen Wardlawhill Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Rutherglen West Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, Salvation Army Corps , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, St Anthony's Church , South Lanarkshire
Rutherglen, St Columbkille's Church , South Lanarkshire
Stepps, St Joseph's Church , North Lanarkshire
Stepps, Stepps Church , North Lanarkshire

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:40 pm    Post subject: Airrie Academy War Memorial Reply with quote

Here's one to add to the School memorials list.

Airdrie Academy memorial was unveiled. It contains the names of 155 former pupils of the school who died in the Great war. Two of those listed were female having died in air raids.

From 12th November 1928 Glasgow Herald.


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PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is an individual memorial to Kenneth Mackenzie who fell at Arras in 1918 at the top of Kippit Hill near Dolphinton. It is very prominent from the A702.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2011 4:33 am    Post subject: Re: Lanarkshire War Memorials List Reply with quote

Adam Brown wrote:
Church
Rorison Church , Location - Rorison Church, Ashgill near Larkhall , South Lanarkshire


Unveiled on Saturday 8th November 1919.



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:27 am    Post subject: Ian Brackenridge Memorial Banner at Lanark Reply with quote

An unusual memorial to a WW2 man from NZ. Does this festival still take place?



Name: BRACKENRIDGE, IAN HAYES
Initials: I H
Nationality: New Zealand
Rank: Able Seaman
Regiment/Service: Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve
Unit Text: H.M.S. Neptune
Age: 19
Date of Death: 19/12/1941
Service No: W/3758
Additional information: Son of James Miller and Agnes Annie Brackenridge, of Kilbirnie, Wellington.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 10.
Memorial: NEW ZEALAND NAVAL MEMORIAL, DEVONPORT, AUCKLAND

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lanimer Day still takes place every year - I don't know if this banner is still carried.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should "Covington & Thankerton" parish be also in this list?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 8:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Clydebridge Steel Works, Cambuslang.
Unveiled on Saturday the 2nd of September to remember the 18 men who died.



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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:06 pm    Post subject: Glassford Church Reply with quote

A communion table was dedicated to the parishoners of Glassford church for those who died in the great war.



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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

According to Glassford church website there's a Covenanter memorial in the Glassford cemetery.

Glassford Church

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 1:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is Croy a parish? Or a church withing Kilsyth parish?

Day of dedication.


unveiling report


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Derek

The tower was demolished in 1958

http://www.croyhistorical.org.uk/old-tower

The Old Tower

It appears to have been Father Charleson's idea to erect the Tower and Belfry of the Old Church as a War Memorial. To this end he formed a committee and involved parishioners in building it. The Memorial Committee, as it was called, consisted of eight people, namely Father Charleson (President), Daniel Taggart (Secretary), William Crainie of Smithston, Mrs Lawther and James Montgomery of Croy, Francis Tullen and Michael Griffin of Auchinstarry and James McGachey of Condorrat.

The main structure of the Tower was built by Parish volunteers. It was twelve feet square and from ground level to the tip of its cross, the height was fifty feet. Skilled masons led by a Mr Gilmour built the Belfry and battlements and fitted the Dome. At the Dome's peak was erected a huge cross which had formerly crowned the west gable of the original Chapel-School. Mr John B Kerr was in general charge of the construction work and he created the Dolphin Gargoyle on the southwest corner. Mr James Reid carved a fine head of Christ which was then built in above the entrance. Mr William Smith chiselled from stone the holy water stoup in the porch, which bore the inscription "Cleanse me, O Lord." Near the stoup was fixed a stone memorial tablet bearing the names of those who gave their lives in the Great War. (Note: when the Tower was demolished around 1958, the memorial tablet was preserved. It is hoped to find an appropriate new home for it in this centenary year. Because this memorial holds only the names of the World War I dead, it was much later decided by Croy Social Club to have a new memorial that would include the names of the dead of both World Wars. Committee members consulted with Canon Sheridan who proposed that the new War Memorial should be in the form of a Pieta. church.
 
The central room of the Tower was intended to be a museum of war relics and Fr Charleson issued an invitation for the gifting of relics and mementoes for displaying there. For several decades such items could be viewed in the room.
 
The Opening Service for the Tower was in November 1922. Local worthies, including non-Catholics participated. Mrs Duncan of Auchinbee unveiled the Tower door, Mr Hay, Architect, presented the key to the Archbishop to open the door. Captain Buchanan of Twechar unveiled the Memorial Tablet, Father Joseph Docherty called the Roll of Honour. Music, including the last post, was provided by the Croy Parish Silver Band. The Archbishop blessed the Memorial Bell which was then tolled for the first time by John Fitzsimmons and Peter Quinn. Kilsyth Pipe Band rendered "The Flowers of the Forest" and "Scotland the Brave". Father McCann was there to offer the prayer for the dead, "Pro Mortius" and after the people received the Archbishop's blessing, the Croy Band closed proceedings with the National Anthem. Later, Father Charleson quoted the Victorian Irish poet Aubrey de Vere in recognition of the new tradition then begun of sounding the Angelus Bell twice daily at noon and six p.m. "All praise to Him, the Angelus is heard
Once more from hill and woodland, crag and town."
Sadly, the Old Tower was demolished at the time of the construction of the new church building in 1958. It is still a nostalgic memory in the minds of many parishioners .

The marble sculpture for the Pieta  was subsequently created in Italy by an old Italian sculptor, using Swedish ebony black granite with agalite facing granite for the plinth. It was ordered through McGowan Monumental Sculptors of London Road, Glasgow. Although the deposit was paid in March 1981, it was September 1985 before the Memorial reached Croy. The Pieta had remained in McGowan's yard for four and a half years until Richard Pender arranged payment and had the Memorial transported to Croy Social Club. Thereafter, James Cullen, then of the local Council's Parks Department, organised its erection on its plinth by Mr Tom Nolan, monumental builder who worked in Bedlay cemetery. To this day it has a commanding site outside the Church entrance area where it remains as a handsome memorial to the fallen of both world wars.
 
The Memorial Bell was cast by Messrs. John C. Wilson & Co., Portugal Street, Glasgow, an old-established firm. The bell weighs fifteen hundredweight and is three and a half feet in diameter. It is judged to have a very pure tone. Father Charleson wrote of it: "Like a living thing it murmurs and sings to a slightest touch of the hand; struck with the hammer it should be easily heard in certain atmospheres ten miles away." The present tense is used to describe it, for the bell now hangs in the tower of the present church.

Five years after the building of the Tower, came the 25th anniversary of the Parish. Fr Charleson put himself to a great deal of trouble to mark the occasion, not least in inviting his old friend Bishop Henry Grey Graham of Edinburgh, to help celebrate the Semi-Jubilee Mass.
According to a report in the Irish Weekly (26 November 1927) the whole congregation met the Bishop at Croy railway station together with Croy Silver Band. Everyone then walked in procession to the Church. Fr. McCann had been invited back as chief celebrant. Bishop Grey Graham was guest of honour. Others participating were, Fr. Charleson (deacon), Dr. McGaurin (sub-deacon), Fr. Jansen of Kirkintilloch (master of ceremonies), Professor Hamilton of St. Peter's College, Bearsden (conductor of music) and Canon McNamara of Kilsyth. Bishop Grey Graham delivered a homily on the return of Catholicism to the area and spoke edifyingly on the subject of 'Faith".

The occasion of the Semi-Jubilee was made an excuse, if any were needed, for the parish to deliver an appreciation of Fr Charleson. John Docherty of Condorrat, brother of Father Robert Docherty, the first priest ordained from the parish, wrote the long eulogy. It contained these words of praise for a much-loved priest who drove himself to illness in the service of his people:
"His character is interwoven with innumerable virtues like modesty,
justice and charity. His charity and unselfishness reign supreme - he shuns
all that would give offence and cause injury."

Without Father John M. M. Charleson there would have been no Parish of Holy Cross Croy as we now know it. He was a crucial and formative influence with more virtues than can be easily counted
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 1:45 am    Post subject: South Bridge Street U.F.C. WW1 Reply with quote

South Bridge Street United Free Church WW1.



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:22 am    Post subject: Coulter/Biggar Reply with quote

On the list of Lanarkshire Memorials the UKINWM no. for Biggar is given as 5970 - this is actually for Coulter War Memorial. Biggar's no. is 54200
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 3:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

South U.F. church, Hamilton.



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