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McINTOSH, Hugh (1914 - 2002), Hon. Canon, St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, since 1983

WALTON, Herbert Francis Raine (1869 - 1929), Organist and Choirmaster of Glasgow Cathedral since 1897

HOLDSWORTH, Kelvin (born 1966), Provost, St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow, since 2006

MacGIBBON, James (1865 - 1922), Minister of Glasgow Cathedral since 1916

MANSBRIDGE, Harold Chad (1917 - 1980), Provost of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, since 1970; Priest-in-charge, St George’s, Maryhill, Glasgow, since 1976

LOW, William Leslie (1840 - 1929), late Rector of St Columba’s, Largs; Synod Clerk of Glasgow and Galloway, 1889–1914; Canon of Cumbrae Cathedral, 1890; Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, 1908

BRERETON, Eric Hugh (1889 - 1962), Dean of Glasgow and Galloway, since 1959; Rector of St Margaret’s Church, Newlands, Glasgow, and its Missions, since 1933; Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, 1936

WATT, Lauchlan Mac-Lean (died 1957), Minister of Glasgow Cathedral, 1923–34, retired, 1934; Moderator, Church of Scotland, 1933

SEYMOUR, Algernon Giles (1886 - 1933), Provost and Rector of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, 1927–33

HOWELL, Willoughby John (died 1938), Senior Supernumerary and Hospital Chaplain; Synod Clerk of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway since 1915; Canon and Chapter Clerk of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, 1915; Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 1924; JP Renfrewshire

MUIR, Pearson M’Adam (1846 - 1924), Minister of Glasgow Cathedral, 1896–1915 (retired); Chaplain in Ordinary to King George V in Scotland since 1910; Acting Chaplain 8th Scottish Rifles

MORRIS, William James (1925 - 2013), JP; Minister of Glasgow Cathedral, 1967–2005; a Chaplain to the Queen in Scotland, 1969–96, an Extra Chaplain, since 1996; Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland, 1991–96

DAVIDSON, (Andrew) Nevile (1899 - 1976), Minister of Glasgow Cathedral, 1935–67; Moderator, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 1962–May 1963; an Extra Chaplain to the Queen in Scotland since 1969 (Chaplain, 1952–69); Scottish Prelate, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Convener Church and Nation Committee of Church of Scotland General Assembly, 1954–60

MACALISTER, Donald (1854 - 1934), Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1907–29, Chancellor since 1929; Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge; late Senior Tutor and Linacre Lecturer of Physic; Consulting Physician to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge; late Chairman of British Pharmacopœia Committee; Crown Governor, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; late Trustee of Iona Cathedral; Vice-Chairman, Carnegie United Kingdom Trust and Member Carnegie Trust for Scottish Universities; late Chairman Standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals; late Chairman Medical Consult. Council Scottish Board of Health, 1920; late Chairman of Universities Bureau of British Empire; late Member Medical Advisory Boards, Ministry National Service, and Ministry of Pensions; late Manager of Royal Infirmary and Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow; Hon. President Franco-Scottish Society, Glasgow Centre; President Gypsy Lore Society, 1915

 

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The earliest church, dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was part of a monastic foundation established by St Kentigern (more popularly, St Mungo, d. 603) on ground consecrated by St Ninian in the 5th cent. This site is now covered by the Blacader aisle. The diocese of Glasgow was re‐established by David I and the first stone building consecrated in 1136 in his presence. It is now crown property, worshipped in by the Church of Scotland in the reformed tradition, under presbyterian government.

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