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Guillermo Gray
Feb 16 2002 22:42 PM Post #32
Location : Richmond

Excellent site and information. I attended Dalziel H.S. in Motherwell and know Carluke and the Clyde River valley quite well. However I did not know Mr Angus' full story until now. I salute a hero!
Bill Sisson
Jan 28 2002 18:47 PM Post #31
Location : Essex UK

A remarkable man and an inspirational story. One gets a better appreciation for the word sacrifice after reading William Angus' story.
Michael Grant
Jan 25 2002 16:11 PM Post #30
Location : Bray

As chairman of the Western Front Assoc. Republic of Ireland and a lifetime follower of Celtic Football Club I am delighted to have found this site.
Peter Dornan
Jan 23 2002 11:32 AM Post #29
Location : Ottawa

Very moving & informative site . well done
pauline angus
Jan 19 2002 13:06 PM Post #28
Location : Hayes UK

I am really proud to be able to sign this guest book he was my grandfather and I was born on his birthday. I don't remember him unfortunately but I wish I did. If he was anything like my father (his son) then he was truly a really great man!!!!!
Alan Taylor
Dec 18 2001 4:02 AM Post #27
Location : East Midlands UK

A very nice family photo album which included other locals of similar statute. Hopefully a photo of these two VC holders will appear within the website if Jim considers the reproductions are of worthy quality.
Colin Childs
Dec 17 2001 12:33 PM Post #26
Location : Hayes

My Aunt knew Willie Angus and his family very wellShe had just found a photo of Mrs Angus in a nurses uniform taken during WW2 a.d told me the incredible story about Willie Angus. I came to your website and got the whole story plus the photos and gave them to her and she was absolutely delighted. Thankyou very much for the insight into an incredlbly brave man. Colin Childs
Murray K Kerr
Dec 02 2001 14:59 PM Post #25
Location : Glasgow

Ive just had another read of the Willie Angus story and I find it staggering just how brave his story was. A great testament to one of Scotia's greatest sons
Catherine Davidson
Nov 30 2001 2:10 AM Post #24
Location : Cronulla

What an interesting and moving story makes me very proud to be Scottish I think that every soldier who survived the carnage of WW1 should have received a VC.
Macka Mackail
Nov 09 2001 19:38 PM Post #23
Location : Surfers Paradise

Amazing and extremely interesting page outstanding.
Mike Reid
Aug 16 2001 5:06 AM Post #22
Location : Port Gentil

Very moving to readmakes you feel honoured to be a Scotsman. I appreciate the time and effort you have put into this site. Never forget these men as without thier bravery who knows what may have lay ahead.
David Marshall
Aug 13 2001 9:13 AM Post #20
Location : Pretoria

Fascinating and humbling
Dick Smith
Aug 02 2001 4:24 AM Post #21
Location : Bristol UK

Gripping!
William Robert Angus
Jul 23 2001 14:00 PM Post #19
Location : Seaham Co Durham UK

Found this site whilst surfing the net whilst checking my name . Was amazed to find such a great man with the same name and even had the same rank also served in the T.A.Originally came from RutherglenGlasgow now living down south but will be sure to visit Carluke next time im north of the border what an interesting site this was to find .
Stuart Patterson
Jul 22 2001 12:39 PM Post #18
Location : Annan Dumfriesshire UK

An excellent website devoted to Lanarkshire's heroes.
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