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  1. On the 29th October 1855 our Founder Moses McNeil was born. Moses was from the east side of the Gareloch ,his father John was from Comrie in Perthshire and mother Jane Bain from Downpatrick in Ulster. He was a natural athlete Powerful and of stocky build,it was said that was known for his pace and he had stamina too. In the Ibrox trophy room is a cup won by Moses for a half-mile race at the Garelochead Athletic Sports on 1 January, 1876 and it’s the oldest Trophy that the Club has. Moses played for the club he helped form for ten years, playing in the 1877 and 1879 Scotti
  2. As we continue to remember and honour our legends and fellow supporters we recently made contact with the family of Rangers great and record goalscorer Sam English. A memorial plaque will now be placed in his name at Cardross Crematorium. Alfredo with the Sam English bowl,awarded annually to our top goal scorer. Update to follow.
  3. Two weeks ago we placed at plaque at Daldowie Crematorium in memory of Brian Hutchison.His brother Tommy has shared his thoughts. Our brother. I remember one of my 1st Rangers presents, a tracksuit, my best Christmas present ever, when it got wet in the rain I was lucky to be able to walk in it never mind run, it just soaked up the water but i loved it. Birthdays and Christmas presents after that I would ask for a new strip, boots or a mouldy. Anyone who got hit in the inner thigh with a mould master will be cringing reading this. I even remember a wet bladder with laces coming throu
  4. George Wilson was only 16 years of age when he didn’t return home from Ibrox on the 2nd January 1971. We made contact with George’s family and a new memorial stone was placed today at Port Glasgow Cemetery. Remembered Always by the Worldwide Rangers Support.
  5. If you'd like to donate to the Restoration of Rangers Graves Project please use this link. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk
  6. Today in Dunfermline Cemetery we found the final resting place of Rangers great Sandy Archibald. All efforts will now be made to restore the final resting place of a true Rangers legend. Sandy Archibald Rangers 1917 - 1934. Appearances (all competitions) 625 Goals (all competitions) 159 13 League titles 3 Scottish Cups 9 Glasgow Cups 10 Charity Cups 8 Scotland Caps. Rangers Hall of Fame Inductee.
  7. Our full range of merchandise, including our Gallant Pioneer books,is available to purchase here on our website. All orders are posted out within 24 hours. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  8. Please note that due to the current situation with Covid-19 we’ve decided to postpone this Saturday’s clean up at Cathcart Cemetery. Once we’re all in a better place we will rearrange. Thanks again to those who volunteered,your continued support is greatly appreciated.
  9. The winner of Richard Gough’s bike is Richard Burns who has been notified. Congratulations Richard! A wonderful £355 was raised via the raffle for the Restoration of Rangers Graves project.This will help to ensure that our work continues over the coming weeks. Thanks very much to Stevie Cochrane who donated the bike and to everyone who participated.
  10. Last chance to get yourself into tomorrow's draw. Your £10 goes a long way to assisting the Restoration of Rangers Graves Project.
  11. To be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize just donate £10 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link.The more donations you make the more chance you have of winning. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk The winning name will be drawn on Tuesday 20th October. We’ll get the bike delivered to the winner. Good luck everyone!
  12. Brian Hutchinson was only 16 years of age when he didn’t return home from Ibrox on the 2nd January 1971. Brian’s brother Thomas made contact with us and a memorial plaque was placed on Friday at Daldowie Crematorium. Always Remembered.
  13. A wonderful £230 has already been donated via this raffle. To be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize just donate £10 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link.The more donations you make the more chance you have of winning. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk The winning name will be drawn on Tuesday 20th October. We’ll get the bike delivered to the winner. Good luck everyone!
  14. We were delighted to recently find the final resting place of Rangers legend George Young in Grandsable Cemetery in Grangemouth. We now need to locate his family with a view to restoring the stone. Can you help? If you know of any relatives that could approach please call us on 0790 2855536 or email us on thefounderstrail@gmail.com.
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