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Acknowledgements & Thanks

A great many persons have provided their time and support to the compilation of the material on this part of the web site over quite a few years.  It would not be possible to name everyone although I am grateful to each one, but particular thanks are due to the following:

Ron Anderson, Calton Parkhead
Howard Hudson, Bridgeton St. Francis-in-the-East
Ewan Wilson, Shettleston Free Church (Continuing)
Pastor Hayton, Bridgeton Church
Jim Marshall, Riddrie Kingdom Hall
Norma Stewart, Dennistoun Blackfriars
Ada Younger, Dennistoun Central
Tommy Healey, St. Luke's & St. Andrew's
David Speed, Shettleston Old Parish
Richard Coley, Victoria Tollcross
Mr Houston, Glasgow Evangelical
Father O'Rourke, St. Michael's Parkhead
Stephen Boyd, Sacred Heart
George Murray, St. Margaret's Tollcross Park
Ronald Craig, Eastbank and Carntyne Old
George Stevenson, Carmyle
Father James Doherty, St. Joachim's Carmyle
Father Francis McGachey, St. Bridget's Baillieston
Father Jim Lawlor, Our Lady of Fatima, Dalmarnock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES: Updated for 1st July, 2010.

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