In Remembrance.The Fallen Sons of our Founders.

As we approach Remembrance Sunday we remember the sons of our Founders who made the ultimate sacrifice.

 

Tom Vallance’s Son.

Harold Vallance

Harold Vallance joined the 7th Battalion of the Highland Light Infantry and died in September 1918 just six weeks before Armistice Day.

His name is on the Memorial at the High School of Glasgow and the Arlington Baths Glasgow.

The plaque within the Arlington Baths

William McNeil’s Sons.

 Louden Bain McNeil who died on the 11th of November 1916 and Charles McGregor McNeil who died on the 1st of July 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme.

Both of their names are on the War Memorial at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall.

 

War Memorial at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall

Peter McNeil’s Son.

  John Fraser McNeil joined the Royal Field Artillery Regiment he died in France on 9th September 1918 aged 31.

His name is on the Memorial Plaque at both the Arlington Baths Glasgow and at the Ranfurly Castle Golf Club in Bridge of Weir.

 

We Will Remember Them.

The Tom Vallance painting video from RTV.

Last month Rangers TV ran a great video on the Tom Vallance painting during the Blues News section. Andrew Dickson and the guys at RTV have kindly given us permission to put it on our site. Nice one lads.

http://www.thegallantpioneers.co.uk/Video.html

 

Prints still available.

These wonderful paintings by artist Helen Runciman hang on the Marble Staircase at Ibrox.

Prints are available at £100 each , just click on the link.

www.grailpr.com/sportingart