Celtic Graves Society launched

Published on Thursday 15th July, 2010 by Celtic Trust

Society launched to remember those who contributed to the Celtic Story

Celtic Graves Society - Join Today The Celtic Graves Society has been formed this summer by Celtic supporters who aim to cherish the memory of those whose contribution, large or small, has been the cornerstone of Celtic's remarkable story. As Celtic supporters, we believe that maintaining the memorials of Celtic players and important figures from our past is a real part of "knowing your history." We will put the wishes of families first and with those families of the former Celts our aim is to identify, locate and honour the final resting places of their loved ones. We have already found the resting places of the first ever Celtic team which beat Rangers 5-2 on 28th May 1888 thanks to the efforts of Celtic fans across the globe. Legendary figures such as Jimmy McGrory, Jimmy Quinn, Patsy Gallacher, Willie Maley, Jimmy Delaney, Dan Doyle, Sandy McMahon as well as the club's Founding Fathers have all had their graves located - visit our forum for information and photos: www.celticgraves.com. We are featured in this weeks Celtic View as well as the 100th Celtic Underground podcast where we tell the stories of some of our legends www.celticunderground.net Join today and become part of an amazing and rewarding project which brings The Celtic Story to life. The more supporters who are involved, the easier it will be to achieve our objectives. We need funds to make that happen and the best way you can help is to join and get involved or make a donation in the form of membership.

 

How to Join

Annual Membership costs only £10. 1) Go to www.PayPal.co.uk and log in to your account 2) Click on the "Send Money" tab 3) Fill out the payment form: Send money to: donate@celticgraves.com Amount: £10.00 Set currency to: GBP - British Pounds Click on: Goods button Click: Continue 4) Review your payment before sending: Please enter "Annual Membership" in the Subject box Please enter your "Username" on Celtic Graves Society or any other Forum (and the other forum's name) in the Message box. If you require any further help, please post a message in this thread or PM an Admin. If you would like to join the group but do not use Paypal please send a pm to any moderator on our forum for details on other forms of payment. For more information about the group, please visit www.celticgraves.com or send us an email to info@celticgraves.com. Barney Battles lies at rest in St Peters Cemetery, Dalbeth The story of his life and his tragic early death can be found here http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Battles,+Barney

 
 

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