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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2012 7:32 pm    Post subject: Dalmuir Parish Church Reply with quote

Dalmuir Parish Church



The photographs of the War Memorial are from the former Kirk and Our Lady of Loreto's RC Church as it became, in Dalmuir and were taken before the church was demolished.
The War Memorial was dismantled and is in storage in St. Andrews Cathedral, Glasgow.

1914 – 1918

Barr, David Buik
Black, Joseph
Black, Robert
Buchanan, Adam Heaton
Cameron, Robert
Cameron, William Reid
Campbell, David
Collins, John
Cramb, Wilfred
Davidson, Charles
Dunlop, Robert
Esler, William John
Fullerton, George
Glendinning, John
Graham, David Bain
Hall, James Muir
Hemphill, Archibald Angus
Howie, Hugh
Hunter, David
Johnstone, James
Kennedy, William
Lawrie, Alexander
McTurk, Alexander
McGeachy, George
McIntyre, James
McDonald, Joseph
Mailer, Andrew
Miller, James Dickson
Morrison, Alexander
Malcolm, Alexander
Malcolm, John
Paterson, John
Rutledge, James
Sneddon, John
Stewart, William Beardmore
Train, James
Waddell, Thomas
Walker, James
Ward, John
Wylie, James
Wylie, Thomas
Young, Alexander
Young, Andrew
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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2012 7:33 pm    Post subject: Dalmuir Parish Church Reply with quote



1939 – 1945

Belshaw, Richard Watt
Bruce, John James
Forrest, James
Kemp, Alexander

1939 – 1945

ALSO MEMBERS
ADHERENTS
AND FAMILIES
LOST IN THE BLITZ


Many thanks to Mary McHugh, Archivist at the Archdiocese of Glasgow, for allowing me to reproduce the photographs.

John
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 4:57 pm    Post subject: Adam Heaton Buchanan Reply with quote

Adam Heaton Buchanan 2nd Lt Gordon Highlanders attd 5th Bn born Dalmuir Age 23 Killed in Action F & F 05-Oct-18 Son of Daniel F & Jeanie Heaton Buchanan, 382 Kilbowie Hill, Radnor, Clydebank, Glasgow. 1901 Census: 2 Gladstone St; Old Kilpatrick. Father's Occ: Clerk In Foundry. Officers Book page 166. Native of Dalmuir, Dumbartonshire. Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe Fr 0115 Plot IV Row F Grave 10
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 7:28 pm    Post subject: Wilfred Brown Cramb Reply with quote

Wilfred Brown Cramb

Commonwealth War Graves Commission/Scottish National War Memorial:
Lieutenant
Royal Fyling Corps
Attached 4th Bn., Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Date of Death: 14th April 1917
Age: 26
Son of David & Jessie D. Cramb
Third year medical student, Glasgow University
Buried Noyelles-Sur-L’Escaut Communal Cemetery

Commemorated: Glasgow University Roll of Honour, see: http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?t=5636

Commemorated: Glasgow High School, see: http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?p=74398#74398

Brother of Captain Rutherford D. Cramb, Royal Army Medical Corps

MIC: Wilfred Brown, Orderly, Boulogne Unit, Lieutenant, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, attached Royal Flying Corps. Address: Ellyer Home, Radnor Park, by Glasgow

Soldiers Died in the Great War: 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps, 9 Squadron, 4th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.
Killed in action 14th April 1917

1901 Census,Living at ‘Ellyerholm’, Boquaharn Road, Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire (transcription)

Father: David Cramb, age 50, Foundry Manager, born c1851, Denny
Mother: Jessie Cramb, age 49, born Monimail, Fife
Brothers: Ernest H. Cramb, age 23, Medical Student, born c1878, Denny, Stirlingshire
Frank Cramb, age 19, Medical Sudent (?), born c1882, Denny, Stirlingshire
Rutherford Cramb, age 15, Scholar, born c1886, Dalmuir, Dunbartonshire
WILFRED CRAMB, age 10, Scholar, born c1891, Radnor Park, Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire.

Falkirk Herald, 28th April 1917, ‘Bonnybridge – Flying Corps Officer Missing’
Intimation has been received by Mrs. James Gray, Station Terrace, Bonnybridge, that her nephew, Second Lieutenant Wilfred B. Cramb, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, attached Royal Flying Corps, was reported missing on April 14th, on which date his machine was observed well over the German lines under very heavy anti-aircraft fire. Lieutenant Cram was educated at Glasgow High School, a thrd-year medical student at Glasgow University, and was well known in motor cycle circles and the ‘Scottish six-day trials’. He went to France in September 1914 with the first unit of the Scottish branch of the British Red Cross, and was one of the pioneers of the motor ambulance for conveyance of wounded from the field. From his experience in the early months of the war he submitted valuable suggestions for the designing of motor ambulances now used. In 1915 he received a commission in the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders with whom he saw active service till January 1917, when he was attached to the Royal Flying Corps. Lieutenant Cramb is the son of Mr. David Cramb, of the Singer Manufacturing Company of Clydebank, and nephew of the late Professor Cramb, author of ‘Germany and England’.
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