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Click here for recent research on the Mearns men who were killed in World War 1.


Click here for information about the ancient Capelrig Cross.



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Additional pictures by Harold Storey have been added - click here to view.  


Addition information about the history of Capelrig House is available here



Newton Mearns War Memorial

World War 2

“We Will Remember Them”

To find details for each of the following men, please click on the name.

William Gilmour Ashcroft

James Kilpatrick Bryson

Allan James Burns

Malcolm Brown Campbell

Joseph James Caterer

Ronald George Chandos

William Bow Douglas  Symington Davie A.F.C.

Stephen George Esson

Finlay Bryson Gee

Andrew Hamilton

Charles Harvie

Henry Ernest Herbert

James Kirkwood

John Kennedy

Andrew Symon Lorimer

William Angus Alexander Macphail

John Trotter McGuffie

John McIntosh

William McMeechan

Ian Good Mitchell

James Cowan More

Charles Gardner Morrison

Donald Norden

David Pert

Alexander Campbell Ralston

James Hay Shand

Alexander Slater

William Smith

George Berry Shepherd

Gordon Boyd Walker

John (Ian) Russell Walker

Robert Galbraith Young








The names of these  men from Mearns who were killed are not recorded on  the Civic War Memorial

Douglas Fairweather

Hon. Margaret Fairweather

John Cameron Johnston

William Gilmour Fraser

Hubert Hamish Gilbert

John Renwick Haig Haddow D.S.C.

Walter Henderson

William Henderson

John Cameron Johnston

Harry Glencaird King

Robert Smith McColl

John McFarlane

William Ritchie


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