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.
George Whitelaw was an artist and cartoonist who worked for Punch magazine in the 1920s and the Daily Herald during the Second World War.
Dugald (or Dougall) Blue was a popular classics teacher, who was remembered with fondness and respect by staff and students at two Glasgow schools.
Robert Colin Christison was known as ‘Bertie’. An engineer from a family of engineers, was an athlete, interested in books and reading, and was described as “universally popular”.
Algernon Burton Cook was a school sports star considered to be one of the best swimmers in Scotland, who became a motor cyclist and aeroplane pilot in the First World War.