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St. Andrew's East Church WW1 & WW2

 
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:09 pm    Post subject: St. Andrew's East Church WW1 & WW2 Reply with quote

St. Andrew’s East Church, 681 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow G31 3LN

OS Grid Ref: NS 618655



Construction began in 1843 when the minister and congregation of St Andrew’s came out (see Note on St Andrew’s (I)). At first they worshipped in the ballroom of the Black Bull Inn at the corner of Trongate and Virginia Street until a church had been built and was ready in 1844. This was in Hanover Square (corner of Cathedral Street and North Hanover Street.) In 1891 they united with Free St Paul’s and in 1898 the church was sold and a new church and halls were erected at what was then the ultimate extremity of Alexandra Parade - the halls in 1899 and the church five years later. This was St Andrew’s Free Church, and later St Andrew’s East United Free Church.
The church was built in 1904, architect, James Miller. The architect for the halls (1899) was James Salmon junior. The hall buildings were reworked and developed as a sanctuary and multi-purpose building and completed in 2002. The James Miller building was sold.


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ST. ANDREW’S EAST CHURCH
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE FROM THIS CONGREGATION WHO IN THE GREAT WAR GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR KING AND COUNTRY 1914 – 1918

David C. Atkin
David Brash
Allan H. Bremner
Peter Carmichael
Herbert Cumming
William Dunlop
James Evans
John W. Evans
John C. Findlay
Dugald Graham
Duncan Gray
William Henderson
Richard Hutchison
George K. Kirkland
David Lang
David S. Lindsay
Edward McAuslane
William McCall
Ronald McDonald
Dugald McDougall
James McLaren
William Malone
James Milne
William Milne
James Neilson
John A. Paterson
George Robertson
Andrew Scott
John E. Sloss
Alexander F. Smith
George S. Smith
John Swan
Samuel Thorpe
Fred. Turner
William M. Webster
David C. Wright
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AND OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 – 1945

William Bowman
James Campbell
George Henderson
John Hinds
James Kermack
Donald J. MacCrimmon
David G. McKay
George Milton
John Morris
Peter Morris
John Murdoch
Andrew Thorpe
Robert Thorpe
Joseph Campbell

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

John
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