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Janet



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2012 12:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This stone is in Carmichael Churchyard includes William McMorran who died in France in 1918.

A 20. Erected by William and Janet McMorran in memory of Robert their son who died at Westgate 9th February 1894 aged 2 years; Grace Dickson their daughter & wife of Robert Montgomery died at Westgate 20th March 1906 aged 17 years & 7 months; the above William McMorran dearly beloved husband of Janet Thomson who died at Westgate 21st April 1907 aged 4[8] years; Janet Thomson his wife who died on 13th May 1926 aged 68 years; Pte. William McMorran their son who was killed in action in France 25th February 1918 aged 23 years and 10 months, husband of Margaret Morrison, New Lanark.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2012 12:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

William Adamson who died in 1918 is on the family gravestone in Carmichael Churchyard.

U 15. In memory of Walter Adamson, late farmer in Harley Holm, who died 15th April 1896, aged 63 years; Jane Weir relict of Walter Adamson died 23rd April 1902 aged 69 years; William Adamson, farmer who died at Harley Holm 24th May 1914 aged 50 years, eldest son of the late Walter Adamson; Marion Russell Core wife of above William Adamson died at Stonehill Carmichael 21st May 1935 aged 72 years; William Adamson third son of the above William Adamson died 16th Nov 1918 aged 24 years, interred at Hortiach, Salonica; Annie Weir Adamson daughter of the above Walter Adamson died 22nd June 1954 aged 84 years.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2012 12:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This war grave is in Carmichael Churchyard.

E 7. Per Ardua, Ad Astra. 148684 Air Man 1st Cl. T. Inglis, Royal Air Force, 10th March 1919 age 30.

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