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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:29 pm    Post subject: Ibrox Parish Church Reply with quote

Ibrox Parish Church, Clifford Street, Glasgow G51 1QL

OS Grid Ref:-NS 560642


The church first started out as "Bellahouston Parish Church", but as the result of two unions with neighbouring churches, Steven Memorial in 1969 and Ibrox in 1978, the name was changed to Ibrox Parish Church. www.ibroxparishchurch.co.uk
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE PARISH
CHURCHES OF BELLAHOUSTON AND STEVEN MEMORIAL WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN TWO WORLD WARS 1914 – 1918 AND 1939 – 1945
THE EAST WINDOW IN THIS BUILDING WAS DEDICATED

George H. Allison
Robert Baillie
Robert Berry
William B. Boyd
George J.R. Brown
Harold H. Brown
John R. Brown
Archibald M. Buchanan
John McD. Buchanan
Harry Buttress
Alexander Calderhead
Dennis Callnon
Archibald D.M. Campbell
Douglas Campbell
Alexander Carmichael
Duncan Carmichael
John B. Carrick
John A. Chalmers
Frank M. Clark
Albert Collins
Charles Cooper
James McK. Crichton
David E. Crosbie
William Q. Dalton
John Dick
William Dickson
George Dorman
William Douglas
Alexander McW. Dow
Samuel H. Dow
George Drinnan
William S. Brown
Richard Foster
Archibald H. Gardiner
John A. Gemmill
Fred Godwin
Frederick W. Goodwin
Malcolm M. Gordon
John Gormon
W. Robertson Grieve
J. Renwick H. Haddow
Robert Henderson
Matthias Hughes
Dugald Hutchison
Effingham D. Hutchison
John Hutchison
Thomas Hutchison
Donald L. Hutton
Daniel McL. Imrie
Robert Jackson
J. Glen Johnson
William Johnston
William S. Keddie
Archibald Kemp
Fergus Kennedy
Marshall Lean
James Lindsay
John Lindsay
John Linton
Donald Livingstone
Arthur McBeath
John A. McColl
Edward McCreadie
Peter F. McDonald
James McDowall
Alexander McIntosh
William G. McLean
Angus McLeod
Thomas B. McNaught
George McPhail
John Manning
D. Waldie Marshall
Donald may
Alexander Meiklejohn
George Meiklejohn
John Melvin
Jack Milne
Archibald Mitchell
Norman Mitchell
Thomas Montgomery
Thomas Moore
Donald Muir
Edward Muir
John Muir
Robert Muir
John G. Murray
Stanley Murray
Robert Nelson
Claude K. McD. Nicol
James Nimmo
James C. Nimmo
James Park
Norman C. Pearson
Hugh Pettigrew
Frederick Redgate
Robert Reid
J. Hope Richmond
Alexander A. Robin
James M. Robertson
Robert Robinson
H. Adrian C. Roden
Alexander Rose
Kenneth McA. Rose
Andrew Simpson
George M. Simpson
Adam Smith
Robert H.T. Smith
Robert A. Steel
William Stewart
Thomas Thomson
James Threshie
James Wallace
George McA. Watson
Thomas G. Watson
Richard K. Watt
Peter I. Whitton
W. Morris Williams
Ian C. Wilson
Ian Wotherspoon
James Young
David G. Younger
Robert K. Younger
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN EVERLASTING MEMORY OF THOSE FROM IBROX CHURCH
WHO SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES IN THE TWO WORLD WARS 1914 – 1918 & 1939 – 1945

John R. Campbell
William Campbell
Howard G. Clements
Andrew K. Duncan
Alister Goodwin
H.P. Hodge
Charles Locke
Walter L. Lockhart
Robert McCaffery
Angus McGillivray
Archibald B. McGowan
Angus M. MacIntosh
James McVicar
Robert Nelson
George S. Sinclair
Robert P. Sinclair
William G. Sinclair
George Stewart
Oswald Sturdy
William M. Walters
Samuel Wark

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF
THE VERY REV. JOHN BROWN D.D.
THE BELOVED AND HONOURED MINISTER OF THIS CHURCH 1887 TO 1918
MODERATOR OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND 1915,
WHO DIED 20TH FEBRUARY 1919

AND HIS FOUR BRAVE AND GALLANT SONS

CAPTAIN JOHN RANKINE BROWN H.L.I.
DIED 23RD APRIL 1917 BEFORE GAZA, OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION THERE ON THE 21ST

CAPTAIN WILLIAM SANDILANDS BROWN
NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT ATTACHED K.O.S.B.
KILLED IN ACTION IN FLANDERS 14TH OCTOBER 1918

2ND LIEUT. GEORGE JAMES RANKINE BROWN
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH), DIED 21ST MAY 1917 AT AMARA,
OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION AT SAMARA, MESOPOTAMIA, ON THE 21ST APRIL.

2ND LIEUT. HAROLD HALSTEAD BROWN
GORDON HIGHLANDERS, KILLED IN ACTION AT THE DELVILLE WOOD, FRANCE, 18TH JULY 1916.

“Faithful unto Death”

ERECTED BY THE CONGREGATION AND FRIENDS.
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BROWN, JOHN RANKINE
Rank: Captain
Date of Death: 23/04/1917
Age: 31
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry, 7th Bn.
Grave Reference: A. 149.
Cemetery: DEIR EL BELAH WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of the Rev. John Brown, D.D., and Margaret Romanes Brown, of 23, Ainsley Place, Edinburgh. Native of Bellahouston, Glasgow.

BROWN, WILLIAM SANDILANDS
Rank: Captain
Date of Death: 14/10/1918
Age: 26
Regiment/Service: North Staffordshire Regiment, 3rd Bn.
Grave Reference: XVII. L. 5.
Cemetery: HOOGE CRATER CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of The Very Rev. Dr. Brown and Margaret Romanes Brown, of "Romanhouse," Hallhead Rd., Edinburgh. Born at Bellahouston, Glasgow.
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BROWN, G J R
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Date of Death: 21/05/1917
Age: 23
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), 2nd Bn.
Grave Reference: IV. E. 9.
Cemetery: AMARA WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of the Very Rev. John Brown, D.D., and Margaret R. Brown, of Bellahouston, Glasgow.

BROWN, HAROLD HALSTEAD
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Date of Death: 18/07/1916
Regiment/Service: Gordon Highlanders, 3rd Bn. attd. 1st Bn.
Panel Reference: Pier and Face 15 B and 15 C.
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information:

Many thanks to Mr Brian Horne, Halls Convener, for allowing me access to the church.

John
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:05 am    Post subject: John Brown & Family 1901 Census Reply with quote

Name:John Brown
Age:50
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1851
Relationship:Head
Spouse's name :
Margaret R Brown
Gender:Male
Where born:
Irvine, Ayrshire
Registration number:646/2
Registration district:Govan
Civil parish:Govan
County:Lanarkshire
Address:Bellahouston Manse
Occupation:Parish Minister (Bellahouston)
ED:7 Household schedule number:4 Line:15
Roll:CSSCT1901_326
Household Members:Name Age

John Brown 50
Margaret R Brown 51
John R Brown 14
Margaret R Brown 11
William S Brown 9
George J S Brown 7
Harold H Brown 4
Mary McPhail 52
Mary McPhail 81
Mary J W Gall 25
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:13 am    Post subject: Harold Halstead Brown Reply with quote

Harold Halstead Brown 2nd Lt 3rd Gordon Highlanders attd 1st Bn b Govan Killed in Action F & F 18/07/16 1901 Census: Very Rev of John & Margaret Romanes Rankine Brown, Bellahauston Manse, Govan. Moderator of The General Assembly of The Church of Scotland in 1915. B 1897. Medal Card:Mother: Mrs J Brown, c/o Messrs Gillespie & Paterson, 31 Melville St; Edinburgh. Officers Book page 166. Probate: Will 9 Dec 1916: The Manse, Bellahauston, Glasgow. Brothers John & William George also died.
Thiepval Memorial M. R. 21 Pier 15B The High School of Glasgow & Ibrox Parish Church
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PostPosted: Sun May 10, 2015 9:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the BELLAHOUSTON AND STEVEN MEMORIAL there is a DAVID E CROSBIE.
David Eglington Crosbie attested as Private 5300 in the 2/9th Highland Light Infantry in December 1915 giving his occupation as a clerk, his age as 19 (had been born in 1897) and his next-of-kin as his father William of 1 Kirkwood Street, Ibrox.
He stayed in the UK until the end of August 1916 when he was transferred to the 14th Battalion of the London Regiment (the London Scottish) and from then until 11 October he was in France.
He was wounded on 4 October and evacuated home, via hospital in Etaples, and was eventually discharged as not longer fit for service on 23 March 1917. At the end of that year he boarded the "Nyanza" bound for Calcutta however he was drowned (with 48 others) during an attack by the German submarine U53 off the Lizard.
His mother,Robina S Crosbie, applied for and was granted his campaign medals in June 1922; however, as he was a civilian at the time, his death is not recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. See http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?p=71079#71079
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