Where did they pray?
Memorials in the places of worship of the men who died. Churches are in Bridge of Weir unless otherwise noted. St. Machar's Church was not named such until after the 1914-19 war. Until then it was Bridge of Weir Parish Church. Ranfurly Church merged with St Machar's Church in 1968. The Ranfurly and St Machar's memorials are on display in what then became St. Machar's Ranfurly Church.
|Name||Church Memorial||Name||Church Memorial|
|Henry Andrew||Ranfurly||Andrew Houston||Freeland|
|John Andrew||Ranfurly||Peter Houston||Freeland|
|Richard Arroll||Ranfurly||William Houston||St. Machar's|
|George Balfour||Ranfurly||Andrew Jackson||Ranfurly|
|Ian Bannatyne||Ranfurly||George Jackson||Ranfurly|
|Frederic Barr||St. Machar's||Robert Jackson|
|Lyle Barr||St. Andrew's, Buenos Aires||Ritchie Johnstone||Ranfurly|
|Speirs Barr||St. Machar's||William Keith||St. Machar's|
|Robert Barr||William Kerr|
|John Begley||St. Fillan's, Houston||Thomas Lawrie|
|William Blackley||Freeland||William McClure|
|Malcolm Brodie||St. Machar's||Neil Macdonald||St. Machar's|
|James Brooks||St. Machar's||John Macdougall||Ranfurly & St. Machar's|
|John Brown||St. Machar's||Robert McDougall||Freeland|
|Walter Brown||St. Machar's||James McGibbon||Freeland|
|Robert Browning||St. Machar's||David McGregor||Ranfurly|
|James Burns||St. Machar's||John McInnes||Ranfurly|
|Robert Burns||St. Machar's||William McKenzie||Freeland|
|William Cairns||St. Machar's||Adam McLeod (Walton)||Freeland & St. Machar's|
|Peter Calligan||St. Machar's||Walter McWilliam|
|Alexander Cameron||Ranfurly||Robert Millar||St. Machar's|
|William Candlish||Ranfurly||William Millar|
|John Clark||Freeland & St. Machar's||Robert Milroy||St. Machar's|
|David Cummings||Freeland||Charles Morgan|
|Alister Duff||St. Machar's||Ernest Murray|
|George Fisher||St. Machar's||William Neil||St. Machar's|
|Archibald Fulton||Ranfurly||Robert Niven||St. Machar's|
|Hugh Fulton||Ranfurly||James Pollock||St. Machar's|
|Andrew Gardiner||St. Machar's||James Reston||Freeland|
|Gottfried Hepner Giffen||Quarrier's Village||Edward Shedden||Freeland & St. Machar's|
|John Gray||St. Machar's||James Smellie||St. Machar's|
|Hudson Hardman||St. Machar's||Thomas Spink||St. Machar's|
|John Higgins||St. Fillan's, Houston||Robert Sproul||Ranfurly|
|Peter Higgins||St. Fillan's, Houston||Henry Strang||St. Machar's|
|John Holmes||St. Machar's||David Tod||St. Machar's|
|James Hood||St. Machar's||James Woodrow||Freeland|
Bridge of Weir Parish Church (later St. Machar's) Memorial from the Unveiling and Dedication Order of Service, 20th November 1921.
Part of Freeland Church Memorial with 1914-1918 Freeland Fallen. The original memorial was unveiled on 12 December 1920.
Ranfurly United Free Church Memorial Tablet was unveiled on 24 October 1920
St Fillan's Church, Houston has two memorial stained glass windows commemorating three of its sons.
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TO CITE THIS PAGE: MLA style: "Bridge of Weir Memorial". bridgeofweirmemorial.co.uk. Date of viewing. http://www.bridgeofweirmemorial.co.uk/church.html