Recently added records

Winifred Joyce Drinkwater

War memorial which includes Margaret Marnoch

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Sister M.B.Marnoch

Date: 
1919
Material: 
Granite
Location:
Kintore Parish Church
The Square
Kintore, AB51 0UA
Images: 
Detail of War Memorial
Detail of War Memorial
Detail of War Memorial
Detail of War Memorial

Statue of Helen Crummy

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

DR HELEN CRUMMY MBE
1920-2011
FOUNDER OF THE
CRAIGMILLAR
FESTIVAL SOCIETY

CRAIGMILLAR NOW
A FINE PLACE
TO BE

WOMEN
TAP THE
CREATIVE
WELL

LET THE PEOPLE SING

Erected by: 
Funded by the City of Edinburgh Council, with a further contribution by Craigmillar Castle Regeneration Group.
Designed by: 
Tim Chalk
Date: 
Unveiled 21.03.2014
Material: 
bronze
Location:
on the pavement outside the East Neighbourhood Centre
101 Niddrie Mains Road.
Edinburgh, EH16 4DS
Images: 
Statue of Helen Crummy at Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh
Statue of Helen Crummy at Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh
Statue of Helen Crummy at Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh
Statue of Helen Crummy at Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh

Margaret Clyne Court

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

None

Erected by: 
Aberdeen City Council
Location:
Margaret Clyne Court
Kincorth Circle
Aberdeen , AB12 5PF

Margaret Clyne

Labour party Grampian Regional Councillor who served until 1996.

Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Elizabeth Crombie Duthie
1816-1885
Who resided here and
donated Duthie Park to
The City of Aberdeen

Location:
Maberley Street
Maberley Street
Aberdeen , AB25 1NL
Images: 
Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie
Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie

Grave of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Wilhelmina Barns Graham CBE
Artist
of
Balmungo, St Andrews and St Ives, Cornwall
Born 8th June 1912 - Died 26th January 2004

Date: 
2004
Material: 
Granite
Location:
St Andrews Cathedral
St Andrews , KY16 9QL
Images: 
Gravestone of Wilhelmina Barns Graham

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Dates: 
8 June 1912 - 26 Jan 2004

Born St Andrews, the daughter of Wilhelmina Bayne Meldrum and Allan Barns-Graham, landowner.
She attended Edinburgh College of Art from 1931.
She was part of the St Ives group of artists.

Sources
Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women
Entry by Flora Johnston - see p30.

Stone inscription on 'summer house' at Fincastle Chapel

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

In memory of Charlotte R Barbour for fifty years the friend of the children of Glen Fincastle 1930

Material: 
stone
Location:
On a summer house-like structure at Fincastle Chapel
Glen Fincastle, PKN
Images: 
Stone plaque built into wall (like a foundation stone)
Stone plaque built into wall (like a foundation stone)
Additional information: 

Glen Fincastle Chapel is where the B8019 (Killiecrankie to Tummel Bridge) takes a sharp bend to cross the Fincastle burn. The chapel faces you if you are travelling westward.
Grid ref: NN882610

Charlotte R Barbour