George Granville Ramage Australia Scotland

Biography of George Granville Ramage

George Granville Ramage graduated MA from the University in 1913.

He was born at Greta, Victoria, Australia, son of Granville Cuthbert Hepburn Ramsay, a clergyman. Ramage resided in Lewes, Sussex, upon matriculation at Glasgow in 1908, aged eighteen.

Whilst studying at the University of Glasgow, Ramage undertook studies within the Arts faculty; Mathematics, Logic, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Latin, Greek and English.

Ramage served as 2nd Lieutenant in the Machine Gun Corps during the First World War, and is registered at the University's WWI Roll of Honour for his service.

Ramage became a Minister, serving in the north of Scotland at Stronsay (1932-1947). He died on 8 June 1954 at Wick.


Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • College Courant, 11, 1953, p.64
  • DC183/11 General Council Register 1925
  • R3/1/1 Register of dates of birth of graduates Vols.I-III 1881-1915
  • R8/5/29/7 Matriculation Slips 1908-1909 Men R - S
  • R8/5/30/7 Matriculation Slips 1909-1910 Men R - S
  • R8/5/31/7 Matriculation Slips 1910-1911 Men R - S
  • R8/5/32/7 Matriculation Slips 1911-1912 Men R - S
  • R8/5/33/7 Matriculation Slips 1912-1913 Men R - S
  • SEN10 University Calendar 1909-1913


George Granville Ramage
Born 15 January 1890.
Died 8 June 1954.
GU Degree: MA, 1913; Arts,
University Link: Alumnus, Graduate
Occupation categories: clergy
WWI: View WWI Roll of Honour Entry
English snippet: Arts graduate of the University of Glasgow in 1913
Record last updated: 25th Nov 2013

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Australia Australia, Victoria, Greta
Place of Birth

Scotland Scotland, Wick
Place of Death

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