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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 10:27 am    Post subject: Bourock Parish Church WM Reply with quote

This memorial lies at the front of the grounds of Bourock Parish Church.

Address Bourock Parish Church, Main Street, Barrhead, G78 1SW

Grid Ref NS499593

The memorial is a rough hewn red granite obelisk on a square section block and plinth. On one face of the obelisk is a bas relief of a kilted soldier wearing a British helmet, full pack and carrying a rifle. The memorial inscription and names of fallen are on all four faces of the block. Total height of memorial about 3 to 3 1/2m with base less than 1m square.













58 died in WW1

16 died in WW2


Memorial inscription on all four faces of base. Names of fallen arranged alphabetically by surname. Forename, middle initial(s) and surname only given.

Panel 1

IN MEMORIAM
1914 – 1919

ALEXANDER AIRD
ROBERT P. AIRSTON
JAMES ANDERSON
MATTHEW ANDERSON
JOHN BAIRD
JAMES BEATON
JAMES BROWN
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL
JOHN CAMPBELL
JOSEPH CHAPMAN
WILLIAM McN. CHAPMAN

“GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS,
THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS.”

Panel 2

JAMES CHRISTIE
WILLIAM CRAWFORD
JAMES T. DOIG
JAMES DUNLOP
GEORGE ELLINGHAM
JAMES ELLINGHAM
ROBERT ELLIS
JOHN FRASER
WILLIAM GALBRAITH
THOMAS GEMMILL
ALEX. B. GILMOUR
JOHN GOLDING
ARTHUR GOODWIN
ALEXANDER HAY
ALEX. S. HOUSTON
CHARLES IRVINE
JOHN KING
JOHN LAWNS


Panel 3

HUGH LEGGAT
MATTHEW LOGAN
SAMUEL E. C. MESS
ADAM MYRON
JOHN McAINSH
GEORGE McLEAN
JOHN McLELLAN
JOHN MUNRO
WILLIAM PEACOCK
DUNCAN C. ROWAND
ROBERT ROWAND
JOHN D. McK. SHARP
WILLIAM TEMPLETON
HUGH THOMSON
THOMAS M. TURNBULL
KENNETH WHYTE
ROBERT WHYTE
FRANK WILSON
ROBERT SCOUSE


Panel 4

1939 – 1945
ALEXANDER BRAIDWOOD
ALFRED P. BURLES
DAVID A. J. CAMPBELL
JAMES CAMPBELL
MATTHEW G. DICKSON
THOMAS H. P. HENDERSON
JOHN KERNAHAN
JAMES LAWSON
ROBERT M. McPHAIL
STANLEY MAVER
JOSEPH MAXWELL
THOMAS C. PATERSON
RAYMOND J. REGAN
JAMES SMITH
JAMES SMITH
GEORGE FAULDS


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 9:07 pm    Post subject: Bourock Parish Church Reply with quote

Inside the church there are two WW1 framed Rolls Of Honour





The names of those who died in service are commemorated on the war memorial in the grounds at the front of the church.

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Alexander Aird
Birth Place: Neilston, Renfrewshire
Death Date: 29 Sep 1915
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Barrhead, Lanarkshire
Rank: Private
Regiment: Gordon Highlanders
Battalion: 1st Battalion
Regimental Number: S/2373
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds age 23
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre:
Alexander was The Eldest Son of Alexander and Martha Aird of 25 Shaws Terrace Barrhead 1915 and members of Bourck Church. Alex Died of wounds received in action France back in the Uk at the 1st Eastern General Hospital Cambridge England.
His Younger Brother was in training with the 3rd 6th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders . Alex lived with his mum Dad, younger Brother and a sister: Alexander Joined the Army at the Outbreak of war early 1914 and was formerly employed in the South Arthurlie print works Barrhead;
Alex Is buried at Grave Reference: D. 2483. Cemetery: CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY:
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Robert Airston
Birth Place: Barrhead, Renfrewshire
Death Date: 30 Aug 1918
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Rank: L Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Battalion: 2nd Battalion
Regimental Number: S/43851
Type of Casualty: Killed in action age 24
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments: Formerly 3567, Lovat Scouts, 40446, Cameron Higlanders;
The Son of George and Jeanie Airston of 75 Cross Arthurlie Sreet Barrhead:
Airston- in ever loving fond remembrance of our dearly beloved Son and brother, Lance -Corp Robert Pollock Airston 5th Cameron Highlanders Killed in action in france 30th Aug 1918 :-
The one we loved is now at rest, his fond true heart is still. Insert by Father Mother Brother and sister.1923 Aug 24th:
1901 census give family at 112 cross Arthulie street Barrhead Father George was Calico Machine printer age 35 -Mother Jeanie age 33- With Brother George age 8 and Robert age 7 both Scholars.
Robert is Commemorated at Grave Reference: II. K. 41. Cemetery: DURY CRUCIFIX CEMETERY-Dury, Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
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James A Anderson
Death Date: 25 Sep 1916
Rank: 2 Lieutenant (T (A Captain)
Regiment: King's Own Scottish Borders
Battalion: 2nd Battalion
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
The son of Mr and Mrs A Anderson of George Street Barrhead Glasgow: Barrhead casualties Liue Matthew Anderson is his Brother: Anderson In ever loving memory and affectionate remembrance of Captain James Anderson killed in action 25th Sept 1915 KOSB And 2nd Lieutenant Matthew Anderson Killed in action in France 10th June 1917 the dearly loved sons of Mr and Mrs Anderson George street Barrhead Renfrewshire.
More Barrhead soldiers killed
lieutenant James Anderson
Intimation has been received by Mr and Mrs Anderson 8 George st Barrhead that their eldest son Liue James Anderson of the KOSB was killed on the 25th sept Liue Anderson was 26 years of age. He Joined the Army as a private in Sept 1914, at once exhibited an aptitude in military matters which speedily gained him the notice of his superiors, with the result that his promotion was of a phenomenally rapid character. He quickly passed through the non commissioned grade, and for special services was promoted on the field of Loos to a Lieutenancy. If he had lived it seems certain he would have had a successful military career for he had just been recommended for promotion to a Captaincy when unfortunate chances of war ended his life. The regret which is felt at the closing of so many young lifes is intensified in a case such as this where it closes also what promised a bright and successful career. Prior to Joining the Army Lieu Anderson was employed in Grahamson Foundry. Much sympathy will be felt for his parents in their sad bereavement. Of their Sons two Brothers are still in the Army , One of whom, Private Matthew Anderson , was wounded in some of the fighting on the Somme.
Captain James A Anderson is commemorated at Panel Reference: Pier and Face 4 A and 4 D. Memorial: THIEPVAL France
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Matthew Anderson
Death Date: 11 Jun 1917
Rank: 2 Lieutenant (T)
Regiment: King's Own Scottish Borders
Battalion: 6th Battalion
Type of Casualty: Killed in action age 21 near Arras
Comments;- Anderson In loving and affectionate remembrance of Captain James Anderson 2nd KOSB killed on the Somme on 25th September 1916, Also 2nd Lieu Matthew Anderson 6th KOSB, Killed near Arras on the 10th June 1917, The dearly loved sons of Mr and Mrs A Anderson 8 George Street Barrhead.
Son of Mr And Mrs Alex Anderson of 8 George street Barrhead- youngest son Second Lieu Matthew Anderson of the KOSB age 21 years. Was employed in South Arthurlie Print Works; he enlisted in Sept 1914 and from them served in the ranks until a few months ago when he received his commission; His brother James was killed in Sept last- a third son is still serving with the forces. Writing to Mr Anderson's Father the Commanding officer expresses the sympathy of all the officers and pays high tribute to the deceased officer :- "Although he had only ben in the battalion a short time he proved himself a Gallant and fearless soldier. He showed a disregard for danger which is typical of our bravest officers and he met his death by cooly walking across an exposed bit of ground in an effort to replace and order back a sentry post of another Battalion on his right which had fallen back before an enemy patrol causing danger to his platoon. He realised the danger to his men and Unhesitatingly went to out things right, It is in this time of Battle that one judges the value of officers and men Their true worth, and it will be some consolation to you to know that his brother officers had formed a high opinion of him during this his first service with us."
Matthew is commemorated at Neilston Cemetery on the family stone and at Grave Reference: III. H. 6. Cemetery: BROWN'S COPSE CEMETERY, ROEUX
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John Baird
Born Neilston Parish Enlisted Barrhead
Reported-Barrhead News & Evening Times 14th Dec 1915
Death Date: 25 Sep 1915
Death Place: France and Flanders Battle of Loos
Enlistment Place: Barrhead, Lanarkshire
Rank: L Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Battalion: 8th Battalion
Regimental Number: S/1952
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre;
Comments;- "Of Bourck Church Barrhead" LANCE CORPORAL JOHN BAIRD Seaforth High was reported missing 1st sept and is now reported killed. He was the son of Mr John Baird coppersmith and was employed in the patter making dept of the Tubal Foundry other two brothers are still in the Army:
John has no Known grave and is commemorated on the Loos memorial France on panel 112-115.
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James Beaton
Birth Place: Barrhead, Renfrewshire
Death Date: 15 Apr 1915
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Barrhead, Renfrewshire
Rank: Private
Regiment: Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders)
Battalion: 1st Battalion
Regimental Number: S/2736
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds at No 3 Casualty Clearing Station Poperinge Belgium
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre;
Widow Margaret was left under £5 in his Soldiers effects account
Beaton - in loving memory of my dear husband Private James Beaton 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Who died of wounds received in action on April 15th 1915-"Until the day breaks and the shadows fly away." Wife Margaret and 3 children resided at 91 Mainstream Barrhead. James had been a little over a month in France when he received the wounds in the attack on Fateful Hill 60.
James is Commemorated at Grave Reference: II. N. 28. Poperinge, Arrondissement Ieper, West Flanders (West-Vlaanderen), Belgium Cemetery: POPERINGHE OLD MILITARY CEMETERY
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James Brown
Birth Place: Neilston, Renfrewshire
Residence: Parkhead, Glasgow
Death Date: 13 May 1915
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Rank: Private
Regiment: Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Battalion: 1st Battalion
Regimental Number: S/15636
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre


Private James Brown Mr James Brown Treespark Avenue has been informed of the death of his eldest Son pte James Brown 1st Cameron Highlanders killed in action near Ypres 9th Inst. Private Brown was 19 years of Joined Lochile's Camerons last November and later transferred to to the 1st Battalion of the regulars, And was drafted to France in February. He was at once forward in the trenches and had taken part in the fighting ever since. He was of a Quiet Pleasant Temperament and very much respected by all who knew him. A chum who was with him when he received his fatal wound says in a letter he has sent home that they were attacking German Trenches, Which they had been ordered to take at all costs, When Private Brown received a shrapnel wound in the leg and a bullet wound in the head. He (the Writer) was also wounded in the leg, but after lying beside "Jim" For some time trying to comfort him he managed to crawl back to the lines, but was unable to help his comrade. Four days later the dead body of Private Brown was recovered and Buried. Before the war Private Brown was employed in a branch of the commercial Bank Glasgow.

Grave Reference: III. C. 57. Cemetery:BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY
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Archibald Campbell
Birth Place: Campsie, Stirling
Death Date: 21 Mar 1918
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Barrhead, Renfrews
Rank: Private
Regiment: Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders)
Battalion: 1st 8th Battalion
Regimental Number: 303001
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments: Awards: M M (Military Medal)
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Glasgow Herald 12th of April 1918;-
Campbell-
"Died of wounds, in field ambulance, 21st March, Pte. Archie Stewart M.M., Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, aged 22 years, second and dearly beloved son of Mr & Mrs Charles Campbell, Glen Villa, Paisley Road, Barrhead, late of Lennoxtown."
Military Medal
This Level 3 Gallantry Medal was established during the First World War on the 25th March 1916 and introduced in the London Gazette issue 29535, (back dated to 1914) to personnel of the British Army and other services, and personnel of Commonwealth countries, below commissioned rank. It was the other ranks' equivalent to the Military Cross (M.C.), (which was awarded to Commissioned Officers and, rarely, to Warrant Officers, who could also be awarded the M.M.).
The military decoration was awarded to A Campbell for acts of gallantry and devotion to duty under fire or for individual or associated acts of bravery which were insufficient to merit the Distinguished Conduct Medal.
Conferment of the medal was announced in the London Gazette and A Campbell earned the right to add the letters M.M. to his name;
Archibald is Commemorated at Attilly Departement de l'Aisne
Picardie, France Plot: Sp. Mem. A. 9. "Buried near this spot" .Cemetery: MARTEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, ATTILLY
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John Young Campbell
Birth Place: Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
Death Date: 14 Dec 1914
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Glasgow
Resided; 9 Dovecothall st, Barrhead
Rank: A Sergeant
Regiment: Gordon Highlanders
Battalion: 1st Battalion
Regimental Number: 9833
Type of Casualty: Killed in action age 28
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments MISSING -PRIVATE EDWARD CAMPBELL
Intimation has been received by Mrs Campbell Dovecothall street that her son Pte Edward Campbell of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders has been missing since the 23rd April Pte Campbell is 21years of age. An elder Brother Private J Young Campbell of the Gordon Highlanders was killed in December 1914.
Brother Edward was in-fact a prisoner of war; Father Mr Hugh Campbell 113 John st Glasgow received medals etc of his Son John who had 9 years - 95 days service.
John is commemorated on Panel 38 of the Ypres Memorial
Sergeant John Campbell is not listed on Cowan Park Memorial
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Joseph Chapman
Birth Place: Glasgow, Scotland
Dossier Year Range: 1914-1920
Enlistment Place: Perth, Western Australia
Service number: 1727
Rank:Private
Death- Killed in Action age 25
Date of Death :30/05/1916
Regiment/Service:Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 11th Bn.
Barrhead news June 23rd 1916 reported-Pte Joseph Chapman age 25 Killed in action.30th May 1916 -The Eldest Son of Joseph and Christina Chapman of Cogan street Barrhead;
The husband of Dora Chambers Perth Australia:
Joseph went to Australia 5 years ago where he married, he leaves a widow in Perth Australia. He joined the Australian forces shortly after the declaration of war and went though the Dardanelles fighting. a younger brother of the deceased is serving with the Australian forces in France.
News on Brothers Death:
Private Chapman- Pte Wm. McNab Chapman of the Australian Division was killed in action in France on 30th Oct 1917, He was the Second son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Chapman of Coogan street Barrhead, And his Brother Joseph also of the Australian forces was killed in May of last year. Wm had only been out in Australia for a short time when war broke out and he immediately joined up. He was one of the landing party at Gallipoli and went through all the terrible fighting of that enterprise. He was the last survivor of the Original company with which he was connected in the Gallipoli landing. A third Son is also with the colours, In addition to the two sons named above, Mr and Mrs Chapman have also lost a Son -in -law Flight Commander Louis D Morrison, Of the RN, who was drowned in July of the present year when flying his machine.
Joseph is Commemorated at Grave Reference: I. H. 22. Cemetery:RUE-PETILLON MILITARY CEMETERY, FLEURBAIX
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William McNab Chapman (Brother of Joseph Chapman)
Rank L Cpl
Service number 285
Birth Place: Glasgow, Scotland
Enlistment Place: Blackboy Hill, Western Australia
Date of death 30th Oct 1917
Theatre of death France and Flanders
Cause of death Killed in Action age 23
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
Other detail 11 Bn.
Killed in action 30th Oct 1917 Pte William McNab Chapman Australians The Second son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Chapman Coogan street Barrhead age 23. Also their eldest son Private Joseph Chapman Australians age 25 Killed 30th May 1916.
Private Chapman- Pte Wm. McNab Chapman of the Australian Division was killed in action in France on 30th Oct 1917, He was the Second son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Chapman of Coogan street Barrhead, And his Brother Joseph also of the Australian forces was killed in May of last year. Wm had only been out in Australia for a short time when war broke out and he immediately joined up. He was one of the landing party at Gallipoli and went through all the terrible fighting of that enterprise. He was the last survivor of the Original company with which he was connected in the Gallipoli landing. A third Son is also with the colours, In addition to the two sons named above, Mr and Mrs Chapman have also lost a Son -in -law Flight Commander Louis D Morrison, Of the RN, who was drowned in July of the present year when flying his machine.
William is Commemorated at Ypres Menin Gate Memorial Panel 7 - 17 - 23 - 25 - 27 - 29 - 31
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James Christie
Document Year: 1915
Residence Place: 55 Cross Arthurtie St, Barrhead
Regimental Number: 5400
Regiment Name: 3rd 6th Battalion Arg and Suth Highlanders
Form Title: Territorial Force Attestation.
Died of Illness age 34years
Date of death 16th Nov 1918
Place of Death- Home
James Christies military records state;
James was in the 3rd 6th Argyll and Sutherland highlanders,
He enlisted at Barrhead 9/8/15 Pte 5400 age 33. 5ft 10, Blue eyes & fair hair. He served 1 year 39 days with the army.
He is listed as having problems with his lungs and Heart during December 1915 at South Ripon army Camp England.
James ended up at the Royal Hospital Chelsea paitent no 57452/e and by 16th Sept 1916 he was discharged under kings regs 392XVi no longer fit for army service.
James was a Carter to trade and his last employer was the Barrhead Corporative Society , He was listed as living at 55 Cross Arthurlie St Barrhead with his Wife Agnes.
His death cert says He was a "van man". Died of Lobar(?) Pneumonia, 8 days. Married to Agnes Clark. James Christie aged 34yrs died 16.11.1918 buried in Barrhead Cemetery
Family Members:
Name Relation to Soldier
James Christie Self (Head)
Agnes Christie Wife
Brother Thomas.
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William Crawford
Birth Place: Neilston, Renfrews
Death Date: 6 Oct 1916
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Barrhead, Renfrews
Rank: L Sergeant
Regiment: Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders)
Battalion: 1st 6th Battalion
Regimental Number: 1541
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds at 3rd General hospital Rouen age 28 years.
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre:
Medical reports give;-Years Service:2 Years
Months With Field Force: 1 Year
Ailment: Gun Shot Wound, face, eye (right) (penetrating)
Date of Admission for Original Ailment:23/09/1916
Date Transferred to Sick Convoy: 24/09/1916
Notes written in the Observations Column:
No 25 Motor Ambulance Convoy
Religion: Presbyterian
The Son of Alexander and Agnes Muir of Boylestone Farm Barrhead the Family were members of the Bourock Church.
Futher Barrhead Casualties reported;- Serg William Crawford -- Official notice has been received that Serg Wm Crawford Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders has died of wounds on 6th Oct.
Sergeant Crawford was the elder Son on Mr Alex Crawford Boylestone farm Barrhead, Although only 28 years of age he had been connected to the old volunteers and territorial force for a good many years proir to the out break of war. He was mobilised in Aug 1914 and before leaving for England was transfered to a transport Batt, He was a private when mobilsed but obtained sergeants rank last summer. In private life Serg Crawford was assocaited with his father in the management of his farm and of the Quarrying business which the latter carries on in Ayrshire, He was much respected by a wide circle.
William is commemorated at Grave Reference: B. 20. 5. Cemetery, St Sever cemetery, Rouen France, The Family stone is located at Neilston Cemetery
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