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In Remembrance. The Fallen Sons of our Founders.

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Over the last 141 years The Rangers have fought many battles on the football field but few have made the ultimate sacrifice as the children of our Founders did.

Tom Vallance's son Harold.


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.

Founder 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.

Two of William McNeil’s son’s also lost their lives.

Louden Bain McNeil, and Charles McGregor McNeil who both died in 1916,

Charles on the first day of the Battle of the Somme and Louden on 11th November. Both of their names are on the War Memorial at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall.

We Will Remember Them.

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