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Stained glass window in memory of Mary Cubie

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

To the glory of God and in loving memory of Mary Cubie.

Erected by: 
Robert Cubie
Designed by: 
Susan Bradbury
Date: 
2000
Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
Alloway Parish Church
Ayr, KA7 4RT

Mary Thomson Cubie

Title: 
Miss
Dates: 
7 Nov 1914 - 15 Nov 1998.

Mary Thomson Cubie was born in Glasgow in 1914, the daughter of Robert and Janet Cubie. She became a teacher. She taught at Golfhill Primary School in Dennistoun in the 1940s. She was also a Sunday School teacher. She was respected as a dedicated and caring teacher.

She enjoyed flower arranging.

She died, aged 84, on 15 November 1998, and her brother Robert provided a memorioal window in her home church at Alloway.

Sources
Through a Glass Brightly; Alloway's Stained Glass
J. Walter McGinty.

Holburn Church War Memorial

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Rhoda A Fraser

Material: 
Granite
Location:
South Holburn Parish Church
539A Holburn Street
Aberdeen , AB10 7LH
Images: 
Detail of War Memorial
Detail of War Memorial
Detail of War Memorial

Rhoda Alice Fraser

Title: 
Private
Dates: 
1921 - 4 October 1945

Rhoda Alice Fraser was the elder daughter of John and Georgina Fraser. She was born in Moray and grew up in Oyne. At the time of her death her home address was 15 Allenvale Road, Aberdeen.

After leaving school, she worked in the office of Mowatt & Sons, fisccurers, South Esplanade, Aberdeen.

She joined the ATS during the Second World War. Her service no. was W/155271.

Sources
Press and Journal
15 Nov 1945, page 4,

Stained glass window in memory of Charlotte L. Baird

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
James Baird
Designed by: 
William Keir
Date: 
1858
Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
Alloway Parish Church
Monument Road, Alloway
Ayr, KA7 4PQ

Charlotte Lockhart Baird

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Lockhart
Dates: 
- 1857

Charlotte Lockhart was the daughter of Robert Lockhart of Castlehill. She married James Baird in 1852. She laid the foundation stone of Alloway Parish church in 1857.

Sources
"Through a Glass Brightly; Alloway's Stained Glass" -J Walter McGinty

Maggie's Hoosie

Dedicated to: 
Location:
Maggie's Hoosie
29 Shore Street, Inverallochy
Fraserburgh, AB43 8WJ

Maggie Duthie

Dates: 
1867 - 1950.

Maggie Duthie was the daughter of Charles Duthie, fisherman, and Elizabeth Ritchie who married in 1850. Maggie was the seventh of nine children.

Maggie lived her whole life in Inverallochy. Maggie's Hoosie preserves her way of life - the house had no electricity and no running water.

She died at home in 1950, aged 83.

Sources
Death certificate
1950 235 /02 0014
1871 census
Rathen; ED: 6; Page: 6; Line: 12; Roll: CSSCT1871_43

Rachel House

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Children's Hospice Association Scotland
Date: 
1996
Location:
Rachel House
Ave Road
Kinross, KY13 8FX
Additional information: 

The hospice was named Rachel House in recognition of a £2 million donation from the MacRobert Trust.

Website - http://www.chas.org.uk/how_we_help_families/our_hospices/rachel_house

St Margaret's Church

Dedicated to: 
Designed by: 
The architect was Alexander Ross
Date: 
1911
Location:
St Margaret's Church
Stotfield Road
Lossiemouth, IV31 6QS