Westburn Parish Church can be found on Nelson Street in Greenock. Built in 1841 it has a wonderful history. Over the years many other congregations have joined this church often bringing much of their important pieces of church furniture with them. As a result of this, Westburn has over 24 memorial plaques within the building. Most of them in memory of those whose families belonged to the church and lost their lives in World War 1 (1914-1918) and World War II (1939-1945). Perhaps your ancestors are among them.
Download the Westburn Parish Church History and Memorial Plaques document (click on highlighted text) and you will find an alphabetical list of all those names as well as a photograph of the plaque on which they are mentioned.
You will also find an interactive plan of the church showing exactly where each plaque is situated. You might be able to find out more about your family history from the site Inverclyde's Great War (click on highlighted text) which has details of many of the locals who lost their lives in conflict. Often there are photographs and family details of the various local service personnel who served their country.
Westburn Parish Church is still used as a place of worship and therefore is open most Sundays (check their website for details),