One of our early members was Carl Hugo Roemmele, an iron merchant from Germany, who settled in Glasgow to run a business and raise his family.
William Sloan was a member of a family which was instrumental in establishing the new profession of chartered accountant and played a major part in the founding the Arlington Baths. William Sloan was a member of the first Management Committee, and two of his younger brothers, Alexander and Charles, served almost sixty years between them … Continue reading William Sloan, shipping company owner, and Alexander and Charles Tennant Sloan, chartered accountants
William J. Fleming was a medical practitioner, surgeon and lecturer in physiology who published medical research, including experiments conducted on himself at the Arlington Baths.
Robert Boyd was part of a family calico printing firm in Barrhead and Manchester which was run with his brother Thomas Boyd. Robert Boyd was a founding member of the Baths, being an original shareholder of the Glasgow Swimming Baths Co Ltd and on the first committee of management of the Arlington Swimming Club. The … Continue reading Robert Boyd – calico printer
Robert Peel Lamond was a lawyer and legal author from a family of lawyers who were active in Glasgow city politics.