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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 2:34 pm    Post subject: Cambridge Street Church Reply with quote

Cambridge Street Church was located at 156 Cambridge Street (near New City Road).

Cambridge Street United Secession congregation was formed in 1833 to serve the growing populations of Cowcaddens and Garnethill. The church was designed by architect John Baird Jnr and erected in Cambridge Street near New City Road in 1834.
The church remained fully active for the next 100 years, but in 1968 changes to the area were planned and the church was the subject of a compulsory purchase order and was then demolished during the subsequent redevelopment of Cowcaddens. The congregation terminated in 1968 on union with Springfield United Free Church. Hence we arrived at the name of Springfield Cambridge Church.


The memorial is now located within Springfield Cambridge Church Bishopbriggs.






TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN ABIDING REMEMBRANCE OF THOSE
WHO SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 1919

Alexander John Sgt/Maj 5th SR
Anderson Wm. T. L/Cpl 3rd BN. C.
Bell James Pte 9th HLI
Buchanan John Pte 1st/6th HLI
Buchanan William Pte 8th GH
Craig David L/S HMS Amphion
Duncan Daniel MM Pte 2nd RS
Gemmel James Sgt RSF
Gold John Pte 16th RS
Hall Thomas Pte 1st/5th SR
Hamilton Ben F. Piper 7th SH
Harvey Alex. Pte 2nd SH
Hastie Neil Young Pte 9th HLI
Izatt John Dvr RE
Kemp, C M F, Staff Nurse
Kiddie Alex Pte 103rd CRC
Lyon Samuel AB RN
Murdoch William Pte 1st/7th RH
McCombie David L/Cpl 1st CH
McDonald George Pte 2nd SR
McDonald John Pte 1st/5th HLI
McDougall Donald Sgnr 1st/5th GH
McKenzie George Pte 9th SR
McKeown James Pte RSF
McKeown William Pte RH
Robertson William Spr 1st/1st HFC RE
Sleator James Pte 2nd SR
Smith John C 2/LT 6th ND
Steel Angus M.R. 2/LT 5th SR
Stewart J. Wilson Pte 17th RS
Strang David M. L/Cpl 5th SR
Strang John M. Pte 1st/5th GH
Sweeney Hugh Pte 13th A&SH
Tainsh Fred Pte 1st/5th A&SH


IN REMEMBRANCE ALSO OF THOSE WHO FELL IN THE WORLD WAR 1939 1945

Carnegie Alex K. L/S HMS Royal Oak
Carnegie Matthew K. PO HMS Osprey
Carlile H. Gilbert AFS
Cruikshank David A. F/Sgt RAF
Cowan Hugh W. F/LT RAF
Dickson Thomas F/Sgt RAF
Fisher John Pte KOSB
Geddes George Pte HLI
Henderson James PO MN
Mitchell Robert Pte QOCH
McLeod Ian AB HMS Hood
McMillan William Gnr RA
McNeill Ronald AB HMS Illustrious
Redpath Thomas P. Lieut RNR
Stoker Andrew L.W. Cpl RAMC
Wallace John Dvr RASC
Yaw Francis LAC RAF

THESE LAID THE WORLD AWAY
POURED OUT THE RED SWEET
WINE OF YOUTH

Many thanks to the Rev. Ian Taylor for allowing me to photograph the memorials.

John
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:04 pm    Post subject: William Buchanan Pte 8th GH Reply with quote

William Buchanan Pte S/9582 8th/10th Gordon Highlanders b Glasgow e Glasgow Killed in Action F&F 10/04/1917 Soldiers Effects: Mother: Mary. Arras Memorial M. R. 20 Panel 8 & 9
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:05 pm    Post subject: Donald McDougall Pte 5th GH Reply with quote

Donald McDougall Pte S/22273 5th Gordon Highlanders b Barony,Lanarkshire e Glasgow Age 19 Killed in Action F&F 28/07/1918 Son of John Alexander McDougall and Mary McCallum Livingston McDougall, of 87, Grove St., Glasgow. "C" Coy. Buzancy Military Cemetery Fr 0865 Plot I Row A Grave 25
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Note that the inscription for Staff Nurse Kemp is wrong. M.F. Is not her unit, it is her middle names.

KEMP, Christina M Fuller
Staff Nurse
Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve attd. 40th British General Hospital.
Died 4th July 1918
Buried in Basra War Cemetery, Iraq
Listed on the Scottish Nurses Memorial, St Giles High Kirk, Edinburgh
Listed on the Scottish Women's Roll, Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh
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