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    Tom Vallance

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  1. Founder Peter Campbell was born at Garelochhead on the 6th March 1857. Peter came from a more privileged background than his fellow Pioneers. His father John was a harbour master, his mother Mary was sister of Sir James Jenkins, honorary surgeon to Queen Victoria. The family home was “Craigellan”, a large sandstone villa in the lochside village of Garelochhead. A life on the ocean wave was always seemingly inevitable for the youngest of our founders given the sea-faring family to which he belonged but it was the ocean wave that tragically claimed his life at
  2. William Summerhill was only 17 years of age when he didn’t return home from Ibrox on the 2nd January 1971. We were recently contacted by William’s family and a memorial plaque was placed yesterday in his name at Daldowie Crematorium Glasgow. Remembered always by the worldwide Rangers support. If you’d like to donate to the Restoration Project please use the link here on our website. Every penny helps. Thank you. PAYPAL LINK.https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney -
  3. As we charge towards 55 read about how it all started.The dream of a group of kids becomes reality.Only £16.00(+£2.32 P+P).‬‪Our copies are all signed by author Gary Ralston. ‬This updated version of the book has a chapter devoted to the Founders Trail.‪ A must read for all True Blues !‬‪Purchase your book here on our website and we’ll post your copy out within 24 hours.https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
  4. The winner of the Memorial Badge is Brian Lindsay who has been notified. A wonderful £205 was raised via the raffle every penny of which will go to the Restoration of Rangers Graves project.This will help to ensure that our work continues over the coming weeks and months. Thanks very much to The Blue Order for donating the badge and to everyone who participated.
  5. Still time to get your name into today's draw, so far the memorial badge has raised a wonderful £185. To be in with a chance of winning the badge just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via 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. The Memorial badge has so far raised £105. To be in with a chance of winning the badge just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link. 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 Friday 26th February. Good luck everyone.
  7. This Ibrox Disaster 50th Anniversary Badge has been very kindly donated by The Blue Order. In an effort to raise funds for the Restoration of Rangers Graves Project The Blue Order have very kindly asked us to raffle this 50th anniversary memorial badge.Thank you guys. We currently have five memorials/restorations in the pipeline so every penny will help. To be in with a chance of winning the badge just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney
  8. The winner of the Dalmore Whisky is Stuart Mitchell who has been notified. Congratulations Stuart! An incredible £825 was raised via the raffle every penny of which will go to the Restoration of Rangers Graves project.This will help to ensure that our work continues over the coming weeks and months. Thanks very much to Mark Hilson for donating the whisky and to everyone who participated WATP
  9. We’ve just had a new delivery of books as they continue to sell out. As we charge towards 55 read about how it all began.The dream of a group of kids becomes reality. Only £16.00(+£2.08 P+P).‬ ‪ ‪Purchase your book here on our website and we’ll post your copy out within 24 hours. https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop ‬
  10. Still plenty of time to get your name into Friday’s draw. An incredible £670 has already been donated.This will help to ensure that our Restoration work continues over the coming months.Thank you. To be in with a chance of winning the bottle of whisky just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link.The more donations you make the more chance you have of winning. Every penny helps. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonsofstruth@aol.co.uk T
  11. On the 16th February 1935 Rangers legend Tom Vallance died at the family home at 189 Pitt Street Glasgow aged 78. Tom is buried in Hillfoot Cemetery in Bearsden,his funeral was attended by Mr. Struth, Chairman James Bowie and his old team-mate James McIntyre who both took a cord. Incredibly, players from the Vale of Leven team whom Tom had faced 60 years earlier in 1877 were also in attendance. That will give you an indication as to how highly regarded Tom Vallance was. Tom was paid the ultimate accolade by the Club in May 1898 when he was made a life member
  12. Still plenty of time to get your name into Friday’s draw. An incredible £620 has already been donated.This will help to ensure that our Restoration work continues over the coming months.Thank you. To be in with a chance of winning the bottle of whisky just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link.The more donations you make the more chance you have of winning. Every penny helps. PAYPAL LINK. - https://www.paypal.com/sendmoney ***Follow the link and add following email address along with donation – sonso
  13. An incredible £485 has already been donated, this will help to ensure that our Restoration work continues over the coming months. Thank you. To be in with a chance of winning the bottle of whisky just donate £5 to the Restoration of Graves Project via this link.The more donations you make the more chance you have of winning. Every penny helps. 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 Friday 19th February. G
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