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jrah60



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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2012 5:26 pm    Post subject: Cardonald Parish Church Reply with quote

Cardonald Parish Church, 2155 Paisley Road West, Glasgow G52 3PF

OS Grid Ref: NS 522636



The church was dedicated on 17th February 1889. It was modelled on the church which had just been built at Corrie. (Architect, P McGregor Chalmers.) The west aisle was added in 1899, the east aisle was added and the chancel extended in 1925; halls were built in 1940 and an additional suite of rooms linking church and halls and completing the present complex was added in 1960. The church was transferred from the Presbytery of Paisley in1929. www.cardonaldparishchurch.org/main



TO THE GLORY OF HIM WHO DIED FOR ALL
AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL IN THE
GREAT WAR MCMXIV – MCMXIX

James Barrie A. & S.H.
William R. Boyd K.O.L.R.
Andrew Duncan M.G.C.
Alfred Farish S.R.
Charles Ferrier M.G.C.
Thomas Guthrie Cameron Highlanders
John S.M. Guthrie Canadians
William L. Harris M.C. R.S.F.
James Hogg Rifle Brigade
James Johnston H.L.I.
Albert G. Keane S.R.
James Millen H.L.I.
John C. Millen H.L.I.
Harold P. Miller S.R.
John Miller A. & S.H.
J.S.B. Macrone Merchant Marine
William McGill H.L.I.
James Rooney S.R.
James M. Samuels H.L.I.
Alexander C. Service A. & S.H.
E.B. Thomson M.M. Cameron Highlanders
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jrah60



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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2012 5:28 pm    Post subject: Cardonald Parish Church Reply with quote



TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN AFFECTIONATE
REMEMBRANCE OF THE MEN OF THIS CHURCH
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1939 – 1945

William Connell R.A.F.
John Drummond M.N.
Charles S. Duncan R.A.
John S Finlay S.A.S
Robert W. Hall H.L.I.
Robert Hamilton R.E.M.E.
John A. Inglis R.A.F.V.R.
William J.F. Johnston M.N.
Roberts Lees R.A.F.
Angus MacLeod R.A.F.
Joseph Miller R.N.V.R.
Charles T. Moir S.R.
John Graham R.A.F.
James S. Robb R.A.F.
Ian Scott R.A.F.V.R.
Walter Simpson R.A.
Thomas H. Thomson M.N.
Norman J.D. Watson R.A.G.
John Woodman R.A.F.

“BE THEE FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH AND I WILL GIVE YOU A CROWN OF LIFE”

Many thanks to Lillian Gordon and Margaret Gunn for their hospitality during my visit to their church.

John
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Kenneth Morrison



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Named on a family grave in Annan, Dumfriesshire:

JOHN WOODMAN – age 25 – Flying Officer/Navigator (196974) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
John was educated at Alan Glen's School in Glasgow and was commissioned from Flight Sergeant (1456539) in April 1945. He was promoted to F/O in October but was killed while onboard a Lockheed Ventura bomber in Iraq. The crew of four are buried together.
Born 1921 in Pollokshields, Glasgow. Son of George and Winifred (Smith) Woodman of 148 Hatton Gardens, Crookston, Glasgow S.W.2.
Both died in Annan. Winifred in 1951 and George in 1962.
Died on Service on 25 April 1946 and buried in Habbaniya War Cemetery, Iraq.
Named on the Glasgow Roll of Honour and on the Alan Glen's School Roll of Honour.
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