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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:04 am    Post subject: Congregational Church Woodside Reply with quote

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WOODSIDE MEMORIAL TABLET UNVEILED. An impressive memorial service was held in Woodside Congregational Church yesterday forenoon, when a tablet in memory of ten men oonnected with the church who fell in the war was unveiled and dedicated by the Rev. G. C. Milne, tho minister of the church. There was a large congregations Mr Milne read the names of the men inscribed on the panel while the congregation stood- A wreath was presented the young people. The choir sang the anthem, " Who are these who are arrayed in white robes?" and the organist, Miss Esson. played the Dead March in " Saul."The memorial panel, which of effective and simple design, is of massive Brass framed in oak, and is inscribed. In loving- memory of those who fell," the dates 1914-1919 being cut above, and the words "Faithful unto death" foot. It will occupy a place on the wall of the vestibule of the church. The work was executed Mr A. M'Arthur, brass-founder, and the panel is one of the finest in the city. A handsome communion table oak, richly carved, has been presented to the church by one the office-bearers in memory of his son. W. F. 0. Anderson, who fell in France.
Aberdeen Press and Journal - Tuesday 25 January 1921 Page 6
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:07 am    Post subject: W F O Anderson Reply with quote

William Francis Outram Anderson 2nd Lt 4th Gordon Highlanders b Nigg, Aberdeen 27/08/1895 Age 21 Killed in Action F & F 23/04/1917 Son of James Anderson, Granite Merchant & Jane Anderson, Flowerbank, Schoolhill, Banchory. 1911 Census: 168/3 3/11: 415 Clifton Rd; Details in Banchory East Church. Officers Book page 242. City Roll of Honour : 415 Clifton Rd; Aberdeen. EE 03-05-17 Page 2: Photo + info. Brown's Copse Cemetery, Roeux Fr 0604 Plot II Row F Grave 23 ADJ 28-04-17 Page 4 02-05-17 RoH AWJ 04-05-17 P8 Banchory & City & Woodside Congregational Church 2004 Nov Photo taken.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:11 am    Post subject: J W G Anderson Reply with quote

James William G Anderson Gnr 143430 X37th Royal Field Artillery b Aberdeen e Aberdeen Died of Wounds F & F 04/04/1917 Son of Charles & Margaret Anderson, 758 Gt Northern Rd; Aberdeen. 1901 Census: 762 Gt Northern Rd; Fa Occ: Gen Carter. 1911 Census: 168/3 4/ 14 Age 16 Occ: Labourer in Paper Mill. Mo: Wid: Soldiers Effects: Mo: Margaret. 30th CCS.Soldiers Will 4 Pages. City Roll of Honour: 756 Gt Northern Rd; Aberdeen. Brother Charles wounded. Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension Fr 0095 Plot I Row K Grave 10 ADJ 30-04-17 P2: The Scotsman 02-05-17 P6: City & Congregational Church Woodside
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:15 am    Post subject: A Baxter could this be the man? Reply with quote

Albert Baxter Trimmer 5894TS H.M. Trawler Loch Eye RNR b Dewsbury 27/06/1878 Age 30 Died At Sea 20/04/1917 Son of John Worrell Baxter & Elizabeth Lee McRae. Husband of Effie Auld Duthie Catto. 521 George St; Aberdeen. B 1887. City Roll of Honour: 521 George St; NoK: Wife: Effie Catto, 2, Don Street, Woodside, Aberdeen. Hired trawler, minesweeper, mined and sunk in St George's Channel. Portsmouth Naval Memorial M. R. 03 Panel 28 AJ 25-04-17 Page 1 RoH AWJ 27-04-17 P8 RoH City & Congregational Woodside Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:19 am    Post subject: James Duncan Reply with quote

James Duncan Pte 301464 89h Royal Army Medical Corps e Aberdeen Age 28 Killed in Action F & F 23/04/1917 Husband of Mrs Duncan, 1 Society Lane, Woodside. Employed at Grandholm Works. Husband of Jeannie Main. City Roll of Honour: 494 Gt Northern Rd; Soldiers Will 4 Pages. Arras Memorial M. R. 20 Panel 10 EE 08-05-17 Page 3 RoH AJ 09-05-17 Page 4: Aberdeen Cas. Aberdeen Weekly Journal 18-05-17 Page 3: Photo City & Woodside Congregational Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:21 am    Post subject: John Thomson S Duncan Reply with quote

John Thomas S Duncan Pte 152715 49th Machine Gun Corps (Inf) b Elgin e Aberdeen r Woodside Age 20 Died of Wounds F & F 12/10/1918 Eldest son of John Duncan, Driver with GNSR & Jane Smith Duncan, 10 Cattofield Pl; Aberdeen. City Roll of Honour: 78 Gt Northern Rd. formerly S/17274 Gordons. Occ: Employed in the office, Stores Dept; GNSR. Grandson of George Smith, 35 Constitution St; Inverurie. Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux Fr 0214 Plot III Row G Grave 08 EE 28-10-18 Page 3 DoW EE 01-11-18 P6 EE 30-10-18 Page 2: RoH Aberdeen Weekly Journal 1-11-18 Page 5 City & GNSR & Woodside Congregational Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:23 am    Post subject: A Hill Reply with quote

Alexander D Hill Pte 5805 18th Australian Infantry b Aberdeen e Sydney, NSW Age 44 Killed in Action F & F 19/07/1918 3rd Son of the late George Hill, Paper Work Overseer & Margaret Smith Hill. 1901 Census 20 Jamaica St; City Roll of Honour: Woodside. Occ: Clerk. Also 26 Clifton Rd; Aberdeen. Em papers : Occ: Clerk. NoK : Mother : 17 Elmfield Ave; Aberdeen. Crucifix Corner Cemetery, Villers-Bretonneux Fr 0424 Plot VII Row D Grave 18 EE 09-08-18 P4 ADJ 10-08-18 P5 AWJ 16-08-18 P4 City & Woodside Congregational Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:26 am    Post subject: William Samuel Ross Innes Reply with quote

William Samuel Ross Innes Cpl 37084 18th Highland Light Infantry b Old Machar e Aberdeen Age 33 Killed in Action F & F 27/10/1917 Son of William Gordon Innes & Isabella Ogilvie. Husband of Helen Skinner. Married 1913 St Machar. Service Returns: 120/AF 471. City Roll of Honour: 1 St Peter's Pl; Soldiers Will 8 Pages. Brother Gordon also died. Tyne Cot Memorial M. R. 30 Panel 131 & 132 ADJ 24-11-17 1/1 City & Woodside School & Woodside Congregational Church
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Gordon Innes Pte 266493 6th Gordon Highlanders b Woodside 08/12/1890 e Hawick Age 27 Died of Wounds F&F 12/04/1918 Youngest son of Mrs Charlotte Innes, Late Woodside now in Ontario, Canada. Husband of Mary Ann Morris Allan, 23 Ann St; Aberdeen. Married Rubislaw, Aberdeen. 1917. Soldiers Effects: Sis: Charlotte Styles. Wid: Mary. Son-in-law of James Allan, 23 Ann St; Aberdeen. City Roll of Honour: 19 Don St; Woodside. Service Returns: 118/AF 364. Soldiers Will 4 Pages. Died48th CCS. Occ: Trawl Fisherman. Brother William also died. Lillers Communal Cemetery Extension Fr 0202 Row B Grave 14 The Scotsman 31-05-17 P6 The Scotsman 23-05-18 P6 EE 22-04-18 Page 2: Killed EE 22-04-18 P3 City & Woodside School & Woodside Congregational Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:31 am    Post subject: G B Moran Reply with quote

George Bruce Moran Pte S/6425 9th Gordon Highlanders b Woodside, Aberdeen e Aberdeen Age 20 Killed in Action F & F 28/08/1916 Son of John & Mary (nee Bruce) Moran, 97 Western Rd; Woodside, Aberdeen. Soldiers Effects: Fa: John. City Roll of Honour : Eldest son. Soldiers Will 4 Pages. Bazentin-Le-Petit Communal Cemetery Extension Fr 0387 Row H Grave 7 ADJ 06-09-16 P4: RoH AWJ 08-09-16 P8 RoH EE 05-09-16 P3: City & Woodside Congregational Church
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:34 am    Post subject: J T Walker Reply with quote

James Tough Walker Pte S/24143 4th Seaforth Highlanders b Woodside, Aberdeen e Aberdeen Age 19 Killed in Action F & F 12/10/1918 Son of John & Mary Walker, 389 Clifton Rd; Woodside, Aberdeen. AJ 01-11-18 Page 1 RoH: date 22nd Formerly TR /1/18026 TR. City Roll of Honour. MI St Peters: Mother Mary Ord. Killed Cambrai. 1901 Census 168/3 Woodside: 1/298 : 389 Clifton Rd; Father's Occ: House Carpenter. Occ: Seaman. Iwuy Communal Cemetery Fr 0760 Row A Grave 35 EE 31-10-18 Page 3 RoH AJ 01-11-18 Page 1 RoH EE 02-11-18 Page 3: Killed City & Woodside School & Woodside Congregational Church
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