Broxburn and Uphall Community Website is grateful to the many individuals and organisations that have contributed to the site - all of whom are listed below.

Individuals (for use of photographs and information)

Mr J Black
Mr M Boylan Snr
Mr I Briggs
Mr I Carson
Mrs H Chalmers
Mr J Chalmers
Mr J Chapman
Mrs A Connaghan
Mr H Connaghan
Mrs J Cooper
Mr S Culliford
Mr I Cunningham
Mr T Davidson
Mr H Dawson
Mr P Donnelly
Mrs H Elms
Mr J Espie
Mrs M Forrest
Mrs C Gavin
Mr W Glencorse
             Mr C Hamilton
Mr A Harper
Mr D Hogg
Mrs A Johnston
Mr C Johnston
Mrs E Leadbetter
Mr T Lightbody
Mr G Lyons
Mr H Macpherson
Mrs M McCormack
Mr A Meldrum
Mr N Millar
Mrs C Moffat
Mr A Moore
Mrs C Moore
Mr JP Moore
Mr J Nelson
Mr S Nicol
Mr J Potter
Mrs A Punton
             Mr H Rafferty
Mr I Ramsay
Mr H Rarity
Mr G Savage
Mr A Scott
Mr D Scott
Mr W Scoular
Mr P Smith
Mr G Sinnott
Ms E Sloan
Mrs S Smithson
Mrs M Stenhouse
Mrs M Thompson
Mr A Turner
Mr D Webster
Mr J Webster
Mr H White
Mrs M Wilkinson
Mr R Wilkinson
Mrs M Wilson


Almond Valley Heritage Centre
BP Oils (Grangemouth)
Bridge 19-40 Union Canal Society
Coggeshall Museum, Essex
Commonwealth of Australia - Department of Veterans' Affairs
Museum of the Scottish Shale Oil Industry
Lodge Buchan St John No 636
Scottish Records Office
Sybil Cavanagh, formerly of the West Lothian Council Local History Library
The Administration and Legal Department of West Lothian Council
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
West Lothian Courier

Sources (Books and Websites)

A Walk Round Old Uphall by Mr and Mrs Cavanagh (1997)
British Newspaper Archive (
Hampshire Airfields Website (
History and Antiquities of the Parish of Uphall by Rev. James Primrose (1898)
Motherwell Bridge - The First Hundred Years by the Motherwell Bridge Group (1997)
St Nicholas Kirk by Ian G Lindsay (1948)
Strathbrock Castle and the History of Uphall by Peter Caldwell (1996)
Strathbrock Parish Church Website (
Uphall South Parish Church Website (

Uphall Cemetery Burials

Records of Uphall Cemetery Burials (from when it opened in 1893 until 1975) are available to search by visiting

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