Have you researched an era or topic in depth regarding Johnstone and environs? Do you have a scholarly article about the history of Johnstone or the surrounding area? We will be pleased to consider it for publication on this site. Accepted articles may be accompanied by illustrations (photographs, etc.). Photo essays may also be submitted; they will appear in the Gallery, linked via this section and from an article in the News. (Procedures)
- The Glasgow, Johnstone and Ardrossan Canal and Railway
- Johnstone Journey : A genealogical quest
- Johnstone Street Names : Volume 1
- History of Johnstone Castle
- Johnstone - The “Cap of Liberty” and the “Radical Rising”
- The Brig O' Johnstone its History Explained
World War One (The Great War)
- Jane's search for the story behind the name Frank Downs
- WWI Roll of Honour
- Here's a link to the list of Johnstone soldiers, sailors and others lost in The Great War.
- Charles Clunas 13th February 1894 — 8th February 1916
- On the list of Johnstones War Dead compiled by the late John Kenny there is an entry for Lance Corporal Charles Clunas, Service no. SPTS/1068, of the Royal Fusiliers. Date of Death, 08/02/1916. Charles Clunas was born on the 13th February 1894, the th
World War Two
- Captain Thomas Stevenson Craig M.C.
- The Strange Story of Max Schiller
- VE Day In Johnstone
- The Final Stand-Down of the Johnstone Home Guard
- Johnstone Hero of the Coventry Blitz
- Gecas the War Criminal - His Johnstone Connection
- Rudolf Hess - The Johnstone Connection
- Johnstone Soldier was Winston Churchill's Batman
- The Night Bombs Fell On Johnstone
- Johnstone's Military Encampments 1939 to 1940
- Identity of German POW Artist Revealed
- 24th Polish Lancers Played Role in WWII Defence
20th Century Miscellany
- John Lang & Sons May 1960 -- Wickman Lang March 1973
- Remembrance of Wickman Lang
- Cartside House
- Fordbank, a Brief Account of the House and its Occupants
- The Red House of Milliken Park
All submissions are presumed to have content that is either original or within in the public domain, and by submitting an article the author so attests. Authors should carefully and accurately provide bibliographic attribution to sources other than personal or common knowledge. Articles will assert a joint copyright of the author and the Society subject to international fair use standards. Your article will be reviewed by a committee before publication.
We are working on ways to allow upload of other forms of text. The form will ask for descriptions of additional resources such as illustrations. Allow six to eight weeks for review.
Topics already in the queue: WWI, WWII, Great Houses, Families & Genealogy, and Biography.