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W Dunlop
G Morrison
T Lindsay
J Stoddart
C Finlay
Polmont War Memorial Boys Pipe Band
Margaret Burns
B Ferguson
Ailsa Porter (nee Thomson)
Ailsa Porter worked as an air hostess for BEA and bought fabrics and dress from around the world.
Timpson (shoe manufacturer)
Longcroft Co-operative Bakery Society Ltd
John Peat Munn
John Munn was born in Grangemouth in 1892 and, apart from 1914-24 when he was in Edinburgh, he was employed there by Rankine's as a shipping clerk in the port.
He took up photography in the 1920s and by the 1930s he was exhibiting prints at photographic salons held throughout Scotland. One of his prints ("An Eyemouth Fishyard") was also included in an exhibition which toured the United States in the late 1930s and was returned after the Second World War. During the Second World War he held regular portrait sessions for children at his home so that their photographs could be sent to their fathers in the forces. After the war he acted for a time as the Grangemouth Advertiser's photographer. He died in 1959.

John Munn was first employed by James Rankine & Son Ltd. At the start of the First World War he moved to the Steven Line in Edinburgh before serving in the Royal Garrison Artillery in the north of England. He returned to the Steven Line in Edinburgh at the end of the war and remained there until 1923 when he moved back to Grangemouth and to James Rankine & Son Ltd.

John Munn was a member of Kerse Church, Grangemouth. He married Jean Spackman on 13 October 1913 and they had a son and a daughter.
Royal Scottish National Hospital
Established by the Society for the Education for Imbecile Youth in Scotland which was founded in 1859, raised funds and purchased land at Larbert in 1861, and built school by 1864. Named Scottish National Institution for the Education of Imbecile Children. Re-named Royal Scottish National Institute in 1916. In 1948 taken over by the National Health Service and operated by Western Regional Hospital Board. Re-named Royal Scottish National Hospital in early 1970s.
Walter Mellish
Walker Mellish recorded previously - may be company/partnership Source: GROS
Jemima Clark
Believed to have been one of the first women tram drivers in Falkirk, during First World War
William Robertson
Home Guard soldier, 1940s