Grateful thanks to Mark Stevens for the following
Pte.T.McConnell. 3rd Batt. Scots Guards.
Cpl. J. M. McDonald. Airdrie player, some wartime appearances for Crystal Palace.
Returned to mining in Scotland as did so many after the war.
James. G. Reid. Lincoln City and Airdrie.
After war played for Airdrie and Clydebank.
Finlay Speedie. M.M. 8th Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders. Wounded in France. Awarded gazetted 29.8.1918. Also played for Dumbarton, Rangers, Oldham, Newcastle, Oldham, Bradford City and
Pte. Harry Gildea. S 18801. 8th Black Watch. Killed in action 9 April 1917.
John Rowan M.M. Enlisted August 1914. First Dumbarton player to do so.
Awarded Military Cross? Wounded.
Queens Park www.queensparkfc.co.uk Many Queens Park players are thought to have enlisted along with these few.
Capt. Harold McDonald Paul. Army Vet Corps. 3 full international Caps in
1909 v England, Wales, Northern Ireland. Plus 2 league caps.
James Patterson. Medical Officer with London Scottish Regiment.
Played later for Rangers and Arsenal.
? Gray 14th Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders army team.
? Murdoch. No more info.
Sgt John Milne. Played for Southampton 1915-18.
Possibly the same man as ? Milne who played for Leith Athletic
and 14th Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders?
Tom Bolland No info.
|Stretcher bearers in 1917
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