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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:48 pm    Post subject: Camphill Church & Queens Park St Georges Reply with quote

Queen’s Park Baptist Church, 180 Queen's Drive, Glasgow G42 8QD.

OS Grid Ref: NS 578626


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1914 – 1918

CAMPHILL CHURCH

Agnes M. Climie
J. Aitkenhead
W.H. Allan
Thomas Barrie
William A. Borland
James A.M. Brown
H.G.L. Campbell
R.C. Campbell
Paul C. Coutts
William T.C. Craig
John E.H. Currie
LL. C. Davis
Andrew R. Forbes
Robert Forbes
Donald Fraser
Clement A. Gordon
Charles Gordon
Daniel Gray Jnr.
Gavin Hamilton
William Hamilton
Alexander Howieson
R.E. Huggan
George F. Leitch
R.B.A. Macdonald
A. McGlashan
James MacIlwraith
Norman McIntyre
Douglas D. McVean
T.W. Morgan
James M. Naismith
Graham H. Paton
J.L. Pritchard
J.G. Robertson
N.A. Robertson
George N. Rowan
Hamilton Russell
Eric A. Sinclair
George Turner
E.B. White
Ritchie D. White
Hamish B.B. Wilson
Douglas R. Wilson

CLIMIE, AGNES MURDOCH
Rank: Staff Nurse
Date of Death: 30/09/1917
Age: 32
Regiment/Service: Territorial Force Nursing Service
58th General Hospital
Awards: Mentioned in Despatches
Grave Reference: VI. B. 1.
Cemetery: LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY
Additional Information: Daughter of Andrew Climie and Isabella Adam, his wife, of 18 St. Bride's Rd., Newlands, Glasgow.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:50 pm    Post subject: Queen's Park Baptist Church Reply with quote



1914 – 1918

QUEEN’S PARK EAST UNITED FREE CHURCH

James Alexander
William Alexander
Alexander Barrie
Charles Barrie
Thomas L. Black
John M. Black
Walter B. Campbell
William B. Campbell
H. Cuthbertson
Thomas A.H. Dall
J.M. Drummond
Joseph H. Evans
Christopher Fairbairn
E.D. Gentles
James C. Glass
James Howatt
William H. Howatt
A.L. Hamilton
F. Livingstone
John D. Leslie
G. Ligertwood Jnr.
E.G. McDowall
R. McCance Jnr.
John G. Mitchell
Laurence G. Muir
Alexander Ralston
H.S. Southward
Gavin W. Sinclair
J. Thorburn
W.A. Walton
Hugh Woodside
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:58 pm    Post subject: Queen's Park Baptist Church Reply with quote



TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN PROUD AND REVERENT MEMORY OF THOSE
WHO AT THE CALL OF KING AND COUNTRY LEFT
ALL THAT WAS DEAR TO THEM, ENDURED HARDNESS
FACED DANGER AND FINALLY PASSED FROM THIS
WORLD BY THE PATH OF DUTY AND SELF-SACRIFICE
IN THE GREAT WARS FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS,
LIBERTY AND HONOUR

CAMPHILL CHURCH
1939 – 1945

James Adam
Alexander B. Duncan
J. McD. Frame
George Noble
William W. Pattison
Robert Provan
Neil A. Selkirk
Eric L.C. Wallace

QUEEN’S PARK ST. GEORGE’S
1939 – 1945

James Battersby
George Brown
David Buchanan
John Campbell
Alexander P. Craig
Alastair Hamilton
Daniel G. Spittal
John B. Turnbull
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2013 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The other memorial which was in this thread has now been given its own thread, and this thread renamed to reflect the names of the churches on the memorials.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

An interesting man named on the Camphill Church memorial - LL. C. DAVIES

CWGC has:
DAVIES, L C.
Rank:Lieutenant
Date of Death:16/03/1918
Regiment/Service:Royal Flying Corps 54th Training Depot Station
Grave Reference:5.
Cemetery:PENTON MEWSEY (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD [Hampshire]
Additional Information:

SNWM has:
Surname DAVIES
Forename Llewellyn Crighton
Rank Lieut
Service number
Decoration MC
Place of birth Cardiff
Date of death 16 March 1918
Theatre of death Great Britain
Cause of death Unknown
SNWM roll THE CAMERONIANS (SCOTTISH RIFLES)
Other detail 5th Bn. att. R.F.C.

He was an Accountant and was living at 20 Darnley Road, Pollockshields. [PO Directory 1914]

The Du Rivgny Roll of Honour has:
DAVIES, Llewellyn Crighton M.C.
The son of the late William Henry Davies, editor of the Cardiff Figaro by his wife Hanna the daughter of the late David Crighton of Forfar, born Cardiff 9 Jan 1889, educ. Cardiff and Halifax; was a chartered accountant; joined 5th Bttn The Scottish Rifles 4th Aug 1914; received a commission and was gazetted 2nd lt in the regiment in March 1915; promoted Lieut July 1917; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Nov1914; transferring to the R.F.C. in Feb 1917; obtained his wings in March 1918 and died at Sommerville Hospital, Oxford on the 16th of that month as a resul;t of a flying accident on the 13th. Buried at Penton near Andover. He was awarded the M.C. (London Gazette Aug 1915) for an act of approved gallantry.

He served initially as Pte. and Cpl. 6971 in the 5th Cameronians.

The Edinburgh Gazette
Publication date:28 August 1916 Issue:12978Page:1516
"2nd Lt. Llewellyn Crighton Davies, Sco. Rif.
For conspicuous gallantry in action. He handled his trench-mortars with great skill, and knocked out an enemy machine-gun that was holding up the advance. He also took charge of various parties that had lost their officers, and brought in single-handed a wounded man under heavy fire
."

He even has his own Wikipedia page Rolling Eyes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llewelyn_Davies_(aviator)
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another airman on the Camphill memorial:

Surname WILSON
Forename Hamish Blackstock Bowes
Rank Lieut
Service number
Decoration
Place of birth
Date of death 18 July 1918
Theatre of death Unknown
Cause of death Killed
SNWM roll QUEEN'S OWN ROYAL GLASGOW YEOMANRY
Other detail (R.A.F.)

Background from the Great War Forum

Hamish B B Wilson was an officer with "A" Squadron of the Glasgow Yeomanry and fought with them in the Battle of Loos before joining the RFC.
Lt H B B Wilson of No 98 Sqn died in German hands on 18 July from wounds received on 16 May 1918 when flying DH9 C6103 with his observer 2Lt W Lamond who was taken Prisoner of War. The DH9 was on a bombing raid from Alquines aerodrome when shot down in flames 4 miles west of Coutrai after combat with enemy aeroplanes. It was last seen below the squadron formation at 07:30 with the centre section (the section of the upper wing above the fuselage) on fire.

He is buried in Hamburg Cemetery, Germany
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