Glasgow School of Art Roll of Honour

Memorial location

Location: Glasgow
County/region: Strathclyde
Country: Scotland

Names commemorated

There are 405 First World War casualty names recorded on the UK War Memorial Register record for this memorial.

There are 23 casualty records on A Street Near You linked to this memorial
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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Lieutenant William Peach Scott Highland Light Infantry09/11/1917 (aged 27)
Private Stark 15433Highland Light Infantry01/07/1916
Private James Tod S/17560Cameron Highlanders25/09/1915
Lance Corporal Gilbert Anderson Ramsay 2253Highland Light Infantry12/07/1915 (aged 35)
Private Robert Currie Robertson 3669Australian Infantry, A.I.F.09/05/1917
Private Peter Ramage 15893Highland Light Infantry01/07/1916
Private John W. Palmer 25722Highland Light Infantry18/11/1916
Second Lieutenant Alfred Alexander Webster Gordon Highlanders24/08/1915 (aged 31)
Captain Alexander Reid Prentice Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)09/11/1917 (aged 22)
Second Lieutenant David Cunninghame Woodside Royal Scots Fusiliers26/02/1916 (aged 26)
Gunner Rennie 2027Machine Gun Corps (Motors)06/08/1918 (aged 33)
Private Ralph Rookby Scott 41897King's Own Scottish Borderers28/06/1918 (aged 25)
Second Lieutenant John Lockhart Sterling Royal Scots Fusiliers28/09/1915 (aged 20)
Lieutenant William Shearer Royal Field Artillery08/06/1918 (aged 28)
Private Stewart 333103Highland Light Infantry25/09/1917
Serjeant John Sharp S/26801Cameron Highlanders03/05/1917 (aged 26)
Lieutenant James Andrew Ross Seaforth Highlanders26/07/1916 (aged 34)
Private James Scott 2726Highland Light Infantry02/11/1916 (aged 27)
Private Colin Wild 523Lanarkshire Yeomanry27/12/1915 (aged 20)
Private Ronald Murray 4921Highland Light Infantry16/07/1916 (aged 19)
Lance Serjeant William Herd Todd 241943Highland Light Infantry15/04/1918 (aged 26)
Second Lieutenant Alexander Wingate Highland Light Infantry13/10/1915 (aged 40)
Second Lieutenant Robert Henry Taylor Royal Engineers13/06/1917 (aged 31)