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Reply May Convery
2:45 AM on February 21, 2017 
Gravestone 480 Canisbay
Wick 658 - both Shearer family
Reply ★ Owner
11:32 AM on February 17, 2017 
Canisbay

550. Sacred to the memory of Angus McLeod, Merchant, Canisbay who took a great interest in the prosperity of the Free Church in which he was an Ordained Elder who departed this life 29th March 1846 in the 57th year of his age. ?The memory of the just is blessed?. Also his daughter Agnes McLeod who died 10th Feb 1851 aged 5 years. Also his beloved wife Jane McPherson who departed this life 10th April 1871 aged 72 years. ?Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord?

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Reply Rhys Grainger
6:58 AM on February 17, 2017 
Thank you for your wonderful website. I am interested in the grave of Angus McLeod and Jane nee McPherson in Canisbay, Caithness, number 550. Many thanks if you are able to help, they are (I believe) my partner's 4th great grandparents.
Reply ★ Owner
4:45 PM on February 15, 2017 
Inverallan

76. Erected by Ann McPherson in memory of her beloved mother Flora McLean who died at Inverness 29th July 1878 aged 78 years. Also her father John McPherson who died Feb 1842 aged 45 years. Also her brother Stephen who died June 1856 aged 18 years. Also her brother John who died July 1857 aged 17 years. Also her niece Jane Ann Sutherland aged 1 years. All at Grantown.

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Reply Mike Broad
2:00 PM on February 14, 2017 
Hello
I am related to the people in Grave 76 @ Badonoch and Strathspey. John & Flora McPherson were my three great-grandparents. I would be grateful if a picture of their resting place can be sent onto me. They had two further sons William my grat-grat grandfather who died in Vauxhall London and his brother Ewan who I am unable to trace post 1859 when he married an Ann Bain in Nairn. Many thanks. Mike Broad.
Reply ★ Owner
3:57 PM on February 13, 2017 
Adla Itorcheak says...
Number 300
Jane McDonald, died 1914 (wife of William Ross)

Good morning,

Could you send me the wording of the inscription on the stone of the grave of the subject aforementioned above?


Cromdale

300. In loving memory of William Ross, Tominourd who died in Sydney, Australia 12th July 1958 whose ashes are here interred with his parents William Ross died 31st Dec 1916 and Jane MacDonald died 10th Feb 1914. Also in loving memory of Katherine Ross nee Buchanan, Toperfettle, his dear wife who died in Sydney, Australia 19th Jan 1980.

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Reply ★ Owner
3:50 PM on February 13, 2017 
Margaret Cross says...
Hi, thankyou for this offer. I have seen a large memorial stone connected to Murdoch Stewart and Mary McPherson but cannot read it. If I could have the details please. Thankyou again


Priory, Beauly

32. Here rest Murdoch Stewart of the Bute family, late Tacksman of Tarradale, Kilchrist and Balavadie, grandson of Colonel Murdoch Murchison who led the MacKenzies, MacRaes and MacLennans at Culloden and whose brother Colonel Donald Murchison was Commander of the above Forces after Sheriffmuir where their Uncle Major John Murchison was killed, and Commisioner on The Seaforth Estates from 1715 to 1723 and who died July 1830 in his 66th year. His wife Mary MacPherson, daughter of Lieut John McPherson of the Gordon Highlanders who died April 1852 in her 80th year. And their daughter Helen Ann who died in 1836 in her 37th year. Barbara Stewart, Linsfort died 11th Nov 1886. Elizabeth Stewart, widow of Alex MacCallum, I R Officer, Fyvie died 20th Dec 1887. Her daughter Elizabeth MacCallum died 24th May 1896. In memory of the Corbets of Corbet, Makerston, Fogo, Aird, Little Rainie, Balnagall, Arboll and Ethie, of Sir Archibald Hugh Alexander and Lawrence Corbet, Barons of Drumchardny. Here sleep Charles Corbet born 7th May 1791 died 11th Sep 1850. His wife Barbara Stewart born 17th June 1799 died 11th March 1881 and their beloved infant children Elizabeth, two Donalds and Ann. Mary Corbet died 6th July 1888. The Rev Murdoch Corbet, Free Church Minister of Rannoch and Tummel Bridge died 20th July 1894. Kenneth Corbet, Lieut Colonel, who successfully practised his profession in this district for nearly half a century died 15th Jan 1895. The Rev Charles Fraser Corbet, Free Church Minister of Hopeman died 8th April 1895. John Corbet, Surg. Lieut Col, 3rd Batt Seaforth Highlanders died 28th July 1900. Elizabeth Corbet died 30th Dec 1913.

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Reply ★ Owner
3:45 PM on February 13, 2017 
F Blair says...
Could I have details about the grave of Donald Cameron died 1881 and Margaret Shaw ? ref 80.
Many thanks


Chapel Yard

1298. This stone was erected by Murdoch Cameron, Flesher, Inverness who departed this life the 22nd day of Sep 1834 aged 59 years and his spouse Katherine McMaster who departed this life the 30th day of Sep 1834 aged 47 years. Also sacred to the memory of Donald Cameron, Coachman, Dochfour, their son who died 30th April 1881 aged 80. His spouse Margaret Shaw died 6th May 1882 aged 81 and their daughter Amelia Cameron died 27th Jan 1905 aged 71. 1826.

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Reply ★ Owner
3:38 PM on February 13, 2017 
Adla Itorcheak says...
I would like photo and/or full inscription for the final resting places of the following:

1. Donald Bell, died 1950, buried in St. Eunan, husband of Annie Stewart
2. Annie Stewart, died 1982, buried in St. Eunan, wife of Donald Bell


St Eunan

87. In loving memory of Donald Bell, Balroy, Glenfeshie who died at Inverness 29th Aug 1950 aged 83 years. Also his sons Lachlan who died at Grantown on Spey 24th Feb 1928 aged 14 years. James who died at Winnipeg, Canada 12th Sep 1949 aged 43 years. Also his wife Annie Stewart died at Cliff Cottage, Cromdale 28th June 1982 aged 96 years. Their son Duncan died in Zimbabwe 15th Dec 1991 aged 69 years.

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Reply Adla Itorcheak
9:38 AM on February 13, 2017 
Number 300
Jane McDonald, died 1914 (wife of William Ross)

Good morning,

Could you send me the wording of the inscription on the stone of the grave of the subject aforementioned above?