Headstone Information Numbers 268 to 350

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Numbers 268 to 350 starting opposite to Mackie Mausoleum and running in lines north/south including wall next to church hall

See Section 5 Plan: Numbers 268 - 510

268) John MUIRHEAD, Corstorphine, died August 16th 1799 aged 50 years. Also Isabella LOURIE, his spouse who died May 24th 1819 aged 65 years. And four of their grandchildren who died young.

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1789 paid 2/6 entry money to Corstorphine Friendly Society as a founder member: 1791 assistant to Society’s 3rd key.

269) (erosion: mortality emblems – cross bones, hour glass, spade) John WHYTE elder indweller in Corstorphine died 2? March 17?9 aged 90. Spouse (Agnes?) CRAWFORD died February 1714.

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John Whyte 29 July 1738 paid the church for permission to erect a headstone at his father’s grave.

270) Errected to the memory of Gilbert MIDDLEMASS, gardener in Corstorphine & Isobell MORTON his spouse. By Walter MIDDLEMASS their son. Isobell MORTON died January 19 1762 aged 85 years. Gilbert MIDDLEMASS died January 30 aged 87 years. Several of their children who died young.
Inscrip: As you are now so once was I
Make Christ the friend before you die
Alone you drop into the grave
‘Tis then too late thy soul to save

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271) In memory of Margaret THOMSON died 12 April 1840, aged 66 years. Erected by John SMITH, Corstorphine. Also of the said John SMITH died 12th October 1849, aged 74 years. His son Robert SMITH, died 19th May 1865, aged 54 years. And James SMITH, son of Robert SMITH, died 14th August 1877, aged 28 years. Barbara died 12th March 1887, aged 34 years. Agnes ORR, wife of Robert SMITH, died 9th March 1888, aged 79 years.

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272) (erosion) Erected by Edward, Lewis and William ELDER in memory of their father Edward ELDER who died 1847.

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Edward Elder senr and his son Edward who died 1875 were active in the Corstorphine Friendly Society which gave a £4 allowance for the funeral of Edward jnr. Lewis died 1869.

273) In memory of Charles Stewart SMITH, died November 9th 1929 aged 79 years. And his wife, Martha THOMSON, died March 30th 1935 aged 81 years. Also his parents George SMITH, died June 5th 1869 and Janet STEWART, died June 4th 1882. Also his brother, Robert Henderson SMITH, died February 4th 1904.

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Joiner’s business at Featherhall (Bellwood, corner of St. John’s Road/St Ninian’s Road):present 10.5.1927 at dissolution of Corstorphine Friendly Society.

274) (table stone: square, compass) In memory of Andrew HENDERSON who died on the 27th September 1867 aged 87 years. James STEWART who died 8th February 1890 aged 69 years.

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Andrew Henderson, master carpenter, native of Corstorphine, lived 1861 with his sisters and nephew James Stewart, journeyman carpenter, at his shop and cottage premises near Elm Cottage, St. John’s Road, their occupations explain the trade emblems.

275) (table stone) Sacred to the memory of Jane, wife of James DUNSMURE Esq. of Corstorphine, who departed this life on the 4th of December 1830 aged 66 years. Also to the memory of James DUNSMURE Esq. of Corstorphine who departed this life on 16th July 1840 aged 80 years

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Margaret Cleland whose father owned land at the west end of the village married 1753 John Dunsmure an Edinburgh merchant. Their son James married Jane Johnstone. Dunsmuir became the place name.

See also numbers 279, 328.

276) (table stone) Below and around this stone – John JOHNSTON died 30th March 1707 aged 37. Wife Mary DICKSON died 16th September 1747 aged 74. William JOHNSTON, brewer Corstorphine, died 19th March 1768 aged 72. First wife Elizabeth SCOULER died 14th January 1723 aged 25 (father Alexander SCOULER, tanner Edinburgh). Second wife Margaret DOUGLAS died 10th November 1754 (father David DOUGLAS of Gillets, Fife). Son Andrew died 20th August 1748 aged 22. Daughter Margaret died 15th April 1766 aged 29. Also his many grandchildren. David JOHNSTON brewer Corstorphine died 17th September 1814 aged 79. Wife Margaret LINDSAY died 9th January 1794 aged 60 (father Henry LINDSAY, minister Perth). Daughters Mary, Margaret, Anne. Sons David, William infant, died 21st April 1812. Mary 8 (father Henry JOHNSTON, surgeon).

 

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See also numbers 278, 379.

The Johnston brewery was at the north east corner of Kirk Loan. On the southern site of the ground Corstorphine House was built 1832.

277) (table stone) Margaret NIMMO died 30th July 1822 aged 34. Infant son George died August following. Daughter Elizabeth died June 1862 (husband John BLYTH, farmer Hermiston).

 

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See also number 15.

278) (table stone) Henry JOHNSTON, surgeon Edinburgh, second son of David JOHNSTON and Margaret LINDSAY born 19th May 1767 died 19th May 1845. Wife Isabel NICHOLSON died 21st July 1846 aged 70. Daughters Henrietta born 1st April 1802 died 27th September 1880, Margaret Lindsay born 17th January 1807 died 30th November 1893. Sons David M.D. born 29th May 1801 died Bath 17th October 1879, buried Phillack near Hayle, Cornwall. Henry, surgeon H.E.I.C. born 4th January 1804 died Bath 27th April 1865 buried Lansdowne cemetery there. James M.D. born 23rd October 1816 died 16th May 1902 wife Anna Ramsay DOUGLAS born 22nd November 1826 died 22nd January 1894.

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See also numbers 276, 379.

279) (cross) To the memory of Margaret Lindsay DUNSMURE, died 21st May 1893 aged 64. James DUNSMURE died 4th January 1877 aged 69. Helen DUNSMURE died 7th May 1878 aged 83. John DUNSMURE, died at Norwood 11th June 1873 aged 75, buried at Kensal Green.

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See also Numbers 275 , 328.

280) Erected by Janet ROBERTSON in memory of her husband, Thomas CLARK, who died 17th August 1866 aged 71 years. Also three children and the said Janet ROBERTSON who died 17th November 1880 aged 70 years. And their youngest son, James, who died 19th January 1891, aged 45 years. Also, their daughter, Jane, died at Edinburgh, 11th December 1906.

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281) (top missing: base only) Daniel B. WYLIE died 15th October 1920 aged 3½ years. “Asleep in Jesus”

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282)  (cross) In loving memory of Archie McCutcheon BELL, 2nd Lieutenant, R.A.F. Born 15 July 1899, died 29 March 1919. Also William BELL, born 8 June 1872, died 8 December 1933. Also Margaret WATSON, widow of William BELL, born 11 June 1875, died 30 March 1937.

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283) In loving memory of our father and mother Thomas CHARLESTON who died 9th August 1918 aged 58 years. Isabella Dennet DICK who died 24th January 1922 aged 58 years. Also their son Robert Dick dearly beloved husband of Agnes BURNETT who died 5th November 1935 aged 46 years.

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Grocer at the corner of Manse Road with High Street.

284) In loving memory of John Duguid DEY, died 3rd December 1918 aged 86. And of his wife Jane MILNE died 18th July 1919 aged 89. Also their daughter Jessie died 8th July 1955 aged 93.

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285) Erected by William PEARSON in memory of his wife Rachel Keith BRYDON, who died 4th November 1871 aged 58 years. Also their son George who died 18th February aged 33 years. The above William PEARSON, died 26th July 1885, aged 75. For twenty-eight years, inspector of poor for this parish also their daughter Jane PEARSON died 2nd May 1906 aged 63 years. She hath been a succourer of many. Agnes PEARSON died 4th January 1915, aged 76 years. Margaret PEARSON, died 1st November 1899, aged 64 years.
Sculp: G.L.A. Ward

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286) (erosion) In memory of James GRAY, died at Sighthill, 29th November 1919.

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287) (anchor emblem) In memory of Robert McQUIBAN who died 1st June 1929 and his wife Sophia Hutchison RUTHVEN who died 2nd June 1920.

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288) Erected to the memory of James GIBSON, died October 26 1864 aged 71 years. Susan HAMILTON, his wife, died August 25 1885 aged 89 years. Thomas GIBSON, his son, died October 10 1835 aged 13 years. John GIBSON, his son, died May 6 1844 aged 10 months. James GIBSON, his son, died December 10 1846 aged 20 years. Susan NITTRESS, his grandchild, died November 16 1862 aged 22 months. Catherine GIBSON, his daughter, died December 13 1881 aged 65 years. Thomas GIBSON, died may 29 1899 aged 63 years.
May he rest in peace.

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289) In memory of Alexander CRUIKSHANK, died 22nd December 1919 aged 41 years

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290) Sacred to the memory of Thomas GOW who died 2nd January 1920 aged 59 years. Helen Dobie, his daughter, who died 20th January 1932 aged 40 years and his widow Agnes Dobie SALMOND who died 30th December 1932.

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291) In loving memory of Margaret BROWN, beloved wife of Archibald Nimmo BOYD died at Broomhouse 25th March 1926 aged 44 years.

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292) (fallen) In loving memory of John GRIGOR who died 5th January 1922 aged 78 years and his son William, Sergeant A. & S. H. killed at Bourlon Wood 24th November 1917 aged 21 years. His son John died 6th September 1924 aged 36 years. His wife Jean HENDRY died 25th March 1939 aged 83 years.

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293) (small cross) Sacred to the memory of Duncan McLAREN, born at Blair Atholl 11th March 1841, died at Corstorphine 22nd January 1922. Helen McLAREN, born 5th May 1837, died 31st August 1922.

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294) Sacred to the memory of Peter BISSET, died 19th July aged 69 years. Also his daughter, Catherine, died 30th June 1924 aged 14 years. Also his wife, Catherine, died 27th February 1968 in her 91st year.

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295) (cross) In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert S. THOMSON, died 30th November 1924 aged 58 years. Also his dear wife Sarah WISHART, died 18th December 1952 aged 90 years.

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296) In loving memory of Thomas I. WIGHTMAN died 3rd November 1905 aged 67. Also his wife, Margaret McALISTER died  23rd April 1918 aged 69. His daughters, Martha died 18th July 1886 aged 5½ years. Mary died in infancy

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Joiner, Old Glasgow Road 1891.

297) 1828. Erected by Katherine ALLAN in memory of her father, James ALLAN, who died April 27th 1827 aged 73 years. Her mother, Isabela BROADIE, who died November 12th 1823, aged 71 years. Her brother, William ALLAN, who died November 30th 1816 aged 38 years. Her brother, Robert ALLAN, who died August 2nd 1820 aged 24 years.

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Mortcloth hire for James 8/-

298) In loving memory of our mother Jane McEWAN, wife of John DALZIEL late FC Mission, Nagpur, India 1845 – 1921. “So great salvation” ”Above all that we ask or think”

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299) (emblem sheaf of corn) Here lays the body of Alexander THOMSON who died the 6th? May 1774 aged 57. Also his daughter Elizabeth THOMSON who died the 4th August 1789 aged 36. Also his spouse Margaret FINNIE who died the 9th April 1789 aged 74.
(back) possibly a castellated design.

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Alexander Thomson and Margaret Finnie were irregularly married.

300) In loving memory of Jesse George MacPHERSON dearly beloved husband of Nan McINTOSH, died 12th March 1933 aged 29 years

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301) In memory of William SAMUEL, mason, who died 22nd June 1867, aged 67 years. Also Catherine OSWALD, his wife, died 13th March 1884, aged 83 years. And Martha SAMUEL, died 24th March 1884, aged 7 years. Also William SAMUEL, builder, son of the above died 10th March 1923 in his 72nd year. Also Mary Ann FLEMING, his wife, died 28th February 1940 in her 83rd year.

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The Samuel family 1861 lived in the High Street adjacent to Roseleaf Cottages. In 1891 William and Mary Fleming lived at Strath Cottage, east side of Manse Road.

302) In memory of the late Euphemia RODGER, wife of the late Angus McKAY, Melrose. Died 19th January 1884 aged 70 years. Also Agnes McKAY, daughter of the above and wife of George MOLLISON, died 20th June 1886 aged 45 years. Also the above George MOLLISON of Woodbine Nursery, died 18th March 1918 aged 77. And his wife Christina FINDLAY, died 27th July 1936 aged 86.

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Woodbine Nursery ground sold and developed for housing 1978.

303) In loving memory of William HAIG who died, 10th March 1917 aged 65. Also his children, Lily and John, who died in infancy. His son-in-law, William Stuart McKENZIE D.S.O., Lieutenant 1st Seaforth Highlanders, killed in action in Mesopotamia April 21st 1917 aged 29.

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British troops March 1917 captured Bagdad and harried the retreating Turks.

304) (small heart shaped stone agt no 303)Stone not present but located between two shown here. In memory of son David SHIELLS died 9th May 1912 aged 20. Erected by G and M SHIELLS.

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305) (cross: repaired) Erected by his son in memory of George DOHERTY, died 30th January 1891 aged 67 years.

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Doherty was the keeper of the Harp Inn 1884-1890.

306) (cross) In loving memory of Frederick A.L. WEIERTER, born 13th May 1826, died 28th April 1920. Sarah H. KAY, his wife, born 18th March 1828, died 9th December 1922. Erected by his widow.

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See also number 198

German Music Teacher in Edinburgh about 1887: moved to Manse Road: with his wife set up a grocery business in St. John’s Road, latterly at 172: daughter Caroline married Thomas Adams of Meadow House Farm.

307) (cross) In loving memory of Catherine Alison ADAMS, wife of Alexander MORRISON, Chartered Accountant, died 10th July 1912 aged 39 years. Also Alexander MORRISON J.P., O.B.E. died 30th June 1955 aged 83 years.

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308) In loving memory of Margaret HERDMAN, wife of William ALLAN, died 24th November 1920. Also William ALLAN, died 12th February 1925

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309) Here lies Charles DRUMMOND aged eleven years 1732.

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310) In loving memory of my dear husband Alexander THAIN, builder Corstorphine, who died 25th November 1923 aged 51 years. Also our daughters Annie who died 27th June 1923 aged 23 years. Effie and Jessie who died in infancy. Ann Clark BREMNER, wife of the above, who died 12th January 1949 aged 74 years.

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A and J Thain builders Featherhall Road.

311) In memory of Alexander THOMSON, died 11th July 1832, aged 60 years. Margaret CURRIE, his wife, died 9th January 1853, aged 60 years. John, their son died 16th June 1868 aged 46 years. James, their grandson died 23rd July 1874 aged 16 years. Esther Burns THOMSON, their granddaughter, died 30th November 1870 aged 6 years. Robert Currie THOMSON, their son died 18th June 1903 aged 78 years. “Waiting.” Margaret MANNERS, wife of Robert Currie THOMSON. Died 23rd February 1909 aged 80 years. Jane LIND, wife of John THOMSON, died 13th March 1914 aged 81 years. Hugh William died 16th February 1937 aged 80. Son and daughter of R.C. THOMSON.

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Alexander market gardener Gibson Lodge 1824; son Robert Currie the 3rd generation of Thomson marker gardeners died Gibson Lodge – active in local affairs; member old Parochial board; in charge village library; J.P. 1898; at F.C  Service the Sunday after his death as a mark of respect the Dead March in Saul was played, the congregation standing.

312) Sacred to the memory of George FAIRLEY, died April 1906 and his daughter, Charlotte, died 16th June 1942.

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313) (small lair marker) A.F

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314) (Base: cross broken off) Mary Francis SCOTT died 15th April 1920 aged 81. Daughter of Dr. William SCOTT H.E.I.C.S

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315) Sacred to the memory of Alexander ROBERTSON, born August 4th 1864, died June 18th 1883. Also his daughter Jane, born 8th November 1841, died 4th February 1891. “Until the day break.” Also, Elizabeth MURRAY, wife of the above Alexander ROBERTSON, died 15th February 1900 aged 36 years. Also, John ROBERTSON, Chemist, elder son of the above Alexander ROBERTSON, born 3rd June 1846, died 24th August 1912. Also Agnes Burnett, youngest daughter of the above Alexander ROBERTSON, died 28th January 1927.

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316) (erosion) Erected in loving memory of my husband David Murray ROBERTSON, Nurseryman, died 2nd October 1919 aged 68 years. Also their second son Walter Cowans ROBERTSON, Gunner C.F.A. Killed in France 2nd June 1918 aged 36 years. Buried in Anzin, St Aubin. British Cemetery near Arras. “He died for us.”

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Gunner Walter Gowans Robertson No 339075, 20th Battery, 5th Battalion buried Anzin St. Aubin, British Cemetery, France, age 36, 2/6/1918. Son of David Murray Robertson and Mary Gowans Robertson of 2154 York Street, Kitsilno, Vancouver, British Columbia. Born Edinburgh, Scotland

317) (erosion) No wording legible, possibly mid 18th century, trade emblems – tailors shears and worn tailors goose: mortality emblems – hourglass, skull, cross bones, memento mori. The hourglass is between what may be the initials I.A.

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John Allan tailor on 20 May 1677 asked the Session’s permission ‘to get a head stone put to his father’s head’. The session delayed agreement until it was found out what was paid into the ‘poors box in other churches about’ when such requests were made. Corstorphine being canny about cash!

318) (bush growing over) Erected in memory of James ROBERTSON, died 6th July 1860 aged 71 years. Also his son John who died 23rd February 1829 aged 20 years. And Jane ROBERTSON, his wife, died 14th October 1865 aged 77 years. Also, Margaret, daughter of John ROBERTSON, died 8th February 1871 aged 1 year. Andrew ROBERTSON, died 25th December 1881 aged 65 years. Deeply regretted by his widow Agnes Strathern PROVEN, wife of Andrew ROBERTSON, died 10th March 1909 aged 78 years.

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319) (bush growing over) In loving memory of William ROBERTSON who died 28th December 1874 aged 51 years. And his wife Susan GLASGOW who died 1st December 1885 aged 62 years. Also their family, Margaret who died 10th March 1883 aged 1 year and 3 months. Catherine, wife of David YOUNG who died 19th January 1871 aged 21 years. And their infant daughter. Andrew who died 18th March 1891 aged 34 years. William who died 7th 1908 aged 60 years. Thomas who died 15th 1913 aged 60 years. John who died 19th April 1918 aged 67 years. Georgina who died 18th April 1927 aged 68 years.
Sculp: Kerr Bros

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320) (table stone) Here lie the remains of James DIXON, proprietor, Corstorphine. Died 1st October 1857 aged 63 years. And of his beloved wife Elizabeth THOMSON, died 27th September 1894 aged 87 years. “I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.” His eldest son, Alexander DIXON, died 12th September 1849 aged 6 years and two months. His beloved and only sister Mary DIXON died 1st February 1869 aged 75 years. His brother-in-law James THOMSON died 28th September 1882 aged 73 years. His second son, James Thomson DIXON died 23rd December 1906, aged 39 years. His youngest son, William DIXON died 1st April 1917 aged 67 years.

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See also number 321.

Eliza Thomson wife of James Dixon cattle dealer was the mother of Mrs. C.D. Brown. The Thomson family tenanted Meadowhouse Farm.

321) In loving memory of the honourable Christopher Douglas BROWN of Arizona U.S.A. born 25 December 1846, died at Corstorphine 9th January 1920. And of Margaret DIXON, his wife, died at Corstorphine 22nd March 1923.
Sculp: McGlashen

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See also number 320.

Mr and Mrs C.D. Brown lived at Inverallan, St. John’s Road. He gave (1915) Corstorphine Parish Council ground for a park to be named St. Margaret’s Park. He restored the inn property in the High Street in 1904 naming it ‘Ye Olde Inne Oakland’. They also owned Three Mile House, St. John’s Road, now demolished.

322) Erected by George ANDERSON, builder in Leith, to the memory of Elspeth ROSS, his mother, who died on the 28th October 1800 aged 65 years. Also Hester ANDERSON his daughter, who died on the 11th of March 1812 aged 9 months.

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323) Erected by Margaret FERGUSON in loving memory of her husband Daniel BLACKLAY died 12th June 1919 aged 56. Also the above Margaret FERGUSON died 13th April 1948 in her 85th year.

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324) In loving memory of Andrew COVENTRY, beloved husband of Mary HENDERSON died 28th March 1946. Also their children Jean died 22nd June 1919. Andrew died 19th April 1925. Elsie died 22nd May 1973. The above Mary HENDERSON died 29th February 1977. Alex died 6th March 1981, loved husband of Norah.

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Mr Coventry sexton and kirk beadle appointed 1913: during the Great War served with the K.O.S.B.

325) (small heart shaped stone) William ALLEN died 30th October 1918 aged 7 years.

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326) In loving memory of Robert, youngest son of Robert and Emily Spier GRAY, died at Corstorphine 3rd July 1920 aged 20 months.

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327) (Eroded) Here lyeth Eliza (THOMSON?) who died (1758) aged (24). Not a definite reading.

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328) (obelisk) In memory of James Dunsmure GILLESPIE, ex-mayor of Tynemouth, youngest son of John GILLESPIE and beloved husband of Catherine J. GILLESPIE died 2nd January 1919 aged 75. John William HORN late of Sydney, New South Wales, died 5th June 1886 aged 65.

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See also number 275, 279.

By order of the Sheriff of Mid Lothian 25 May 1875 the name James Dunsmure was to be substituted for James Gillespie.

329) (panel set in large stone background) In memory of John GILLESPIE died 25th August 1872 aged 77. His father, Alexander GILLESPIE died 17th March 1815 aged 60. His mother Agnes COWIE died 22nd November 1822 aged 67. His brother Robert GILLESPIE died 23rd November 1829 aged 37. His son John GILLESPIE died 25th May 1891 aged 55. His wife Janet HORN died 12th July 1903 in her 99th year. His son Alexander GILLESPIE M.R.C.V.S., F.E.V.M.S. died 23rd January 1916 aged 75. And his daughter Janet GILLESPIE died 17th April 1935 aged 96.

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John Gillespie was a blacksmith: 1848 President Corstorphine Friendly Society: Oakby House, St John’s Road.

330) In loving memory of George BREWS, died 24th September 1948 aged 76 years. Also his wife Isabella ORR died 27th  February 1946 aged 74 years and their two children who died in infancy.
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331) In memory of Jane Watson BOWIE who died 5 November 1928 beloved wife of William M. BOWIE

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332) In memory of Peter KEDDIE, mason, who died 22nd May 1898, aged 74 years. Catherine IZETT his wife who died 22nd June 1902 aged 78 years. Peter KEDDIE, their second son, who died 31st May 1922 aged 69 years. George Burns KEDDIE, their third son, died 18th April 1928 aged 69 years.

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See also numbers 50, 338.

Key Keeper Corstorphine Friendly Society: Laburnum Row 1891: related by marriage to Wardlaw and Samuel families.

333) (table stone) Sacred to the memory of Joseph HAYNE of Haddon Penn in the island of Jamaica who died 21st June 1838 aged 36 years.

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Mortcloth cost 15/-.

334) In loving memory of William ALLAN died 27th February 1930, aged 72. And Sarah HALLKET his widow died 25th March 1932, aged 76.

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335) In memory of Andrew WRIGHT, Corstorphine died 9th April 1875 and of Marion TOD, his wife died 23rd May 1886. John Tod, second son of the above died 28th April 1903 aged 37 years.

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336) (base: top missing) Erected by Dr FOWLER in loving memory of his sons George, Charles Augustus and Edward William who died in childhood.

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1861 Corstorphine Cottage, St John’s Road, north west corner Kirk Loan. He succeeded Dr Henderson as village doctor 1846.

See also number 127.

337) Erected by John McGINLAY in memory of his grandson, Henry McGINLAY, born 5 September 1896, died 26 April 1900. Catherine McDERMOTT, wife of the above John McGINLAY, died 7 March 1904 aged 61 years. Also James McGINLAY son of the above who died 10 October 1904 aged 35 years. The above John McGINLAY, died 9 December 1908 aged 66 years.

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338) (slab) In loving memory of James David KEDDIE who died 21st October 1939 aged 78. And his wife Georgina MacKAY who died 23rd November 1952 aged 88. And five of their children who rest here with them.

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See also number 332.

339) In memory of my dear husband, Leonard RAEBURN, died 11th July 1933 aged 47. Also his beloved wife, Margaret JOHNSTONE died 7th August  1925 aged 45

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340) (base: top missing) Ian Douglas Vernon, son of E. A. ANDREWS, Tocklai, Assam. Born 8th January 1923, died 5th February 1923.

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341) Frederick BILLINGSLEY drill instructor R.V. Cors d 7.3.1888, w Louisa A. d 13.4.1933, ss John Valentine d 15.2.1933 (w Isa WALLACE), Percival d 1.6.1959 Kama Hospital Australia.

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1880/1881 Dunbar Place possibly now 58 Manse Road; widow 1891 at Buccleuch Place.

342) In loving memory of Isabella LEARMOUTH, nee ROBERTSON. Born 22nd November 1843. Died 19th September 1934.

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343) In loving memory of Archibald GLENDINNING who died 6th June 1887 aged 39 years. Also his wife, Helen THOMSON, who died 25th July 1912 aged 67 years. Their son, Robert who died, 30th September 1916 aged 35 years. And their daughter Mary who died 18th March 1954 aged 83 years, widow of James JACKSON, killed in Boer War 1900.

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1891 Helen Glendinning, ploughman’s widow, Kirkstyle Cottages.

344) In loving memory of Annie S. WILSON, beloved wife of Moses COLLINS died 2nd December 1938 aged 52.

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345) (tablet at base of tree beside High Street churchyard gate) In memory of Mr & Mrs James M. TAYLOR. Cab proprietor, Corstorphine

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346) Sacred to the memory of Helen ROBERTSON, beloved wife of James CUMMING, who died 2nd November 1927 aged 56 years.

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347) (obelisk) Erected by Thomas ROBERTSON, South Gyle, in memory of his beloved daughter Margaret, died 11th July 1895 aged 16 years. Also his wife, Maria BOAG, died 10th January 1914 aged 64 years. Also the above Thomas ROBERTSON died 27th November 1925 aged 73 years. Also his grandson, Andrew SCOUGAL, died 15th September 1905 aged 9 years. John Robert, eldest son of the above Thomas ROBERTSON, died 25th February 1927 aged 59 years.

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348) In loving memory of Robert CUMMING, only child of the late Robert CUMMING and Jane Cumming BAILLIE, born 15th September 1885, died 25th October 1901 (the result of an accident). James BAILLIE, my beloved husband, born 22nd December 1856, died 17th March 1928. Their widow, Jane GILROY, born 29th April 1859, died 14th July 1937.

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349) In affectionate remembrance of Janet CARRUTHERS, beloved wife of William MILNE who died 4th February 1900 aged 72 years. Also of the above William MILNE who died 5th November 1908 aged 82 years. Interred here. And their daughters Jessie, died 23rd December 1931 aged 75 years. Her husband, John KERR, died 5th April 1932 aged 76 years. Catherine, died 23rd May 1932 aged 83, cremated Edinburgh.

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350) In loving memory of the Reverend James DODDS D.D. for 25 years, minister of Corstorphine. Died 17th February 1907 and of his wife, Elizabeth MILLER, died at Paisley 4th April 1871. Also of their daughter, Elizabeth, died at Boston USA 3rd July 1911. And of their son, John Macalister DODDS M.A. died at Cambridge 13th November 1921. Also of Elizabeth LEISHMAN, second wife of the above Reverend James DODDS, died 5 November 1914 and of her sister Margaret LEISHMAN, died 13th January 1902

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Also of Dr Mary Janet DODDS, OBE, DCS. Daughter of the Reverend James DODDS DD and his first wife. Died 15th October 1947.
“Until he come”

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