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Allan Glen's School, WW2 Roll of Honour

 
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 8:16 pm    Post subject: Allan Glen's School, WW2 Roll of Honour Reply with quote

Allan Glen’s School


Allan Glen's Will stated that his Trustees were to invest his estate to build and endow a school, the purpose of which was "to give a good practical education and preparation for trades or businesses, to between forty to fifty boys, the sons of tradesmen or persons in the industrial classes of society". This was called Allan Glen's School and it opened in 1853. http://www.allanglens.com/index.htm

The Allan Glen Book of Remembrance 1939 – 1945, dedicated by the Reverend W. Roy Sanderson in the Barony of Glasgow, 27 April 1949. The book commemorates former pupils and staff members of Allan Glen’s School who lost their lives in the service of their country.
The original is on display in the Barony Hall, Rottenrow East, University of Strathclyde.
A copy of the book is held in Special Collections, Strathclyde University Archives.

The following extracts and photographs are reproduced by permission of Strathclyde University Archives.




“This book is dedicated to the memory of these pupils of Allan Glen’s School
who honoured us with their lives in the Second World War.”

“Who would true valour see
Let him come hither”

Thomas Barclay Flight Lieutenant RAAF 5/9/1941
James H.A. Beath MA Sergeant Observer RAF 30/1/1943
J. Martin Begg Captain Royal Artillery 15/10/1944
William Hunter Boyd Lieutenant RNVR 25/9/1943
William Brackenridge AC/2 RAF 18/11/1943
William Barclay Bremner Lieutenant RNVR 5/6/1944
Robert Gordon Brown Corporal RAF 8/3/1943
Harold Caddick Gunner RA 27/2/1943
Angus Cameron Sub – Lieutenant (E) RNVR 27/3/1943
Robert Cameron Pilot Officer RAF 3/11/1943
Alexander Campbell Flying Officer RAF 22/11/1942
John Douglas Laing Cooper Sergeant (WO/AG) RAF 17/9/1940
Alexander Crighton Lieutenant KOSB 20/9/1944
Alexander Cullen Captain Singapore Volunteers 25/6/1943
Gordon Dick Campbell Cumming Lieutenant RA 30/6/1942
William Dobie Lieutenant Cameron highlanders 23/6/1944
Henry Myles Doig Pilot Officer MVAF 14/11/1941
Hamish Walter Tait Dorsie Gunner Royal Artillery (HYAA) 14/11/1941
William Duguid Coder Royal Navy 12/12/1943
Ian Edgar Lieutenant Gordon Highlanders 23/6/1944
John Summers Finlay Sergeant 1st Special Air Service Regiment 5/10/1943
James Greig Forsyth Pilot Officer RCAF 8/3/1945
Maurice Frank Telegraphist Royal Navy 10/11/1942
Alastair Fraser Sergeant Pilot RAF 22/2/1945
Charles H. Fraser Cadet Royal Navy 2/12/1940
Joseph Gillan Freedman Lieutenant Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders 28/11/1942
Robert Frew Leading Telegraphist Royal Navy 9/12/1942
James Gilliland Private Cameron Highlanders 16/10/1944
James Murray Gilmour Sergeant Pilot RAFVR 1/1/1943
Hugh Gold Flight Sergeant RAFVR 20/11/1943
William Gourlay Lance Corporal KOSB 16/7/1944
William Hamilton Gray Sergeant (WO/AG) RAF 27/6/1940
Samuel Norman Batson Haddow Cadet Merchant Navy 18/6/1944
Hugh Wright Hardie Sergeant (WO/AG) RAF 16/7/1941
Campbell Bannerman Hastie Lance Corporal Tank Corps 1/11/1944
Henry D. Christopher Henderson Pilot Officer RAFVR 23/11/1941
Gordon Hewett Hendry Sergeant RAFVR 2nd-3rd /1/1944
Ian Bethune Inglis Flight Sergeant RAFVR 23rd-24th/5 1943
Donald Robinson Jamieson Trooper RAC 9/8/1944
David Graham Keane Flight Sergeant RAF 25/5/1941
John Allan Kerr Lieutenant Highland Light Infantry 24/3/1945
Norman Kerr Flying Officer RAF 5/9/1945
Robert Strachan Kerr Ordinary Seaman RNVR 1/9/1940
Eric Robert Knox Officer Cadet RE 18/9/1942
James Duncan Laurie MB ChB Captain RAMC 6/6/1944
John Ferguson Lawrie Lieut. Hong Kong Volunteer AA Batt. RA 19/12 1941
Robert Johnston Lees Flight Sergeant RAF 6/5 1942
George Donald McCulloch 2nd Radio Officer merchant Navy 24/2/1942
Duncan McVean McIntosh Lieutenant London Irish 26/12/1944
Alexander John Macintyre Sergeant Air Gunner RAF 19th-20th/12/1944
Alan Duncan McIver Trooper 4/7 Royal Dragoon Guards 11/6/44
Ian Currie McKeand Flight Sergeant RAFVR 30/5/1942
William McKenzie Sub Lieutenant (A) RNVR22/10/1943
Alexander Livingstone McLaggan Pilot Officer RAFVR 26/7/1940
James McLean Pilot Officer RAF 18/2/1940
John McLean Lieutenant Black Watch 28/4/1943
Archibald McLellan BSc MB ChB Captain RAMC 9/3/1942
William McMeechan 1st Radio Officer Merchant Navy March 1943
Alistair McCrae Lance Corporal Pioneer Corps 5/1/1944
James McVicar (AC) RAF 26/8/1944
James French Mark Sergeant Pilot RAFVR 21/5/1942
Stanley Maver AC/2 RAF 12/6/1941
George Grant Milne LAC RAF 5/7/1940
George Edward Mitchell Lieutenant Glasgow Highlanders 16/10/1943
George Hamilton Muirhead Pilot Officer RAF 21/7/1940
Alistair Fay Murdoch DFC Flight Lieutenant RAF 14/3/1945
John Murdoch Sapper RE 7/6/1945
Kenneth Boyd Murray Lance Sergeant Scots Guards 31/7/1944
Frederick George Nancarrow Special Air Correspondent 4/9/1942
Frederick Nichols Sergeant (WO) RAF 1/12/1943
Frederick Ogden Cadet Merchant Navy 18/12/1944
Robert Mitchell Pinkerton Sergeant Pilot RAF 22nd-23rd/6/1943
John Robertson Reid Engineer Artificer RN 12/6/1940
Leonard Thomas Richards Sergeant Pilot RAFVR 2/3/1941
James Alexander Ritchie BSc Major Royal Engineers 20/2/1946
Ian Robert Robertson 2nd Radio Officer Merchant Navy 27/12/1940
Robert Cecil Robertson MCMB MRCP Prof. Of Pathology Hong Kong 4/8/1942
Nathan Rosenblatt Flight Sergeant RAF 5th-6th/8/1943
Richard Albert Royal Flight Sergeant RAF 10/4/1941
Herbert CE St.Clair-Miller Lieutenant RNVR 27/4/1941
John Mannington Sayers Pilot Officer RAFVR 27/8/1941
Alexander Fergusson Scott CA Sergeant Observer RAFVR 8/4/1940
James DB Shaw Sergeant RAF 19/12/1945
John Hillhouse Sherriff Sergeant (WO/AG) RAF 20th-21st/9/1941
John Slater LDS Captain ADC 7/12/1942
David Alexander Smith Flight Lieutenant RAF 7th-8th/3/1945
Daniel Stevenson Smith BSC 3rd Engineers Merchant Navy 1/5/1941
James Allan Smith Flight Sergeant RCAF 27/4/1943
William Charles Speirs LAC RAFVR 8/4/1943
James Wyllie Renton Taylor Sergeant Highland Light Infantry 31/12/1945
John Mitchell Taylor Sergeant RAFVR 30/3/1943
Ian Archibald McLean Thomson LRCP LRCS Flight Lieutenant RAFVR 25/6/46
William Connell Thomson Flight Sergeant RAF 29/11/1943
John Llewellyn Tivey Able Seaman Royal Navy 21/4/1941
William Drummond Toner DA Captain Royal Signals 19/5/1945
James Brown Watson Sub Lieutenant (A) RNVR 22/2/1945
Albert Edmond Whitworth Flying Officer RAF 21/3/1941
Robert Whyte Trooper RAC 8/7/1944
James Wilson Sergeant Pilot RAF 10/7/1940
Robert Sinclair Wilson Captain RSF 16/12/1943
John Woodman Flying Officer RAF 25/4/1946
Alfred Herbert Wright AMIMechE FRSA Engineer Malaya 9/2/1945

I would like to thank Ann Cameron, Archivist, for all her assistance.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:36 pm    Post subject: Fred George Nancarrow Reply with quote

jrah60 wrote:
Frederick George Nancarrow Special Air Correspondent 4/9/1942


Name: NANCARROW, FRED GEORGE
Initials: F G
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Reporter
Regiment/Service: War Correspondent
Unit Text: The Glasgow Herald
Age: 29
Date of Death: 05/09/1942
Additional information: Son of Fred J. Nancarrow and Marie Nancarrow; husband of Frances Craig Nancarrow, of Goftfoot, Glasgow. Author of "Glasgow's Fighter Squadron".
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 292.
Memorial: RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL

Obituary form Glasgow Herald 7th September 1942

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

John Woodman Flying Officer RAF 25/4/1946.

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 Cardonald Parish Church memorial in Glasgow.
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