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Stained glass window to Mary C. Henderson-Hamilton

Inscription: 

In memory of Mary Campbell Henderson-Hamilton of Dalserf born 17 Aug 1853 Died 22 May 1917

Erected by: 
Her widower Rev Charles Greenhill Henderson-Hamilton
Date: 
Between 1917-1921
Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
St Mary's Episcopal Church, Hamilton
4 Auchingramont Rd
Hamilton ML3 6JT, ML3 6JT
Images: 
Stained glass window
Additional information: 

The stained glass window is flanked by windows in memory of her two sons.

Gravestone of Helen Eliza Jane Myers

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

In loving memory also of Helen Eliza Jane (Myers) wife of James Russell Brazier, Commissioner of Customs, China.
Born at Chefoo, China, 2 October 1873
Married at Takow, South Formosa, 12 Jan 1893
Died at Aberdeen on her ninth wedding anniversary, 12 Jan 1902.

Erected by: 
Her husband, James R Brazier
Material: 
Granite
Location:
Nellfield Cemetery
Nellfield Place
Aberdeen , AB10 6QF
Images: 
Memorial
Memorial

Helen Eliza Jane Myers

Other names: 
Her married surname was Brazier
Dates: 
1873 - 1902

The daughter of Dr William W Myers and Alice May Jones, Helen Myers was born in China. Aged 19, she married James Russell Brazier in South Formosa. The couple had two sons, William and James, and a daughter, Helen. Their second son, James, died aged 2 in 1899. In 1900 the family were part of the foreign legations placed under siege during the Boxer Uprising. With them were James Brazier's sister Daisy and Helen's sister, Annie Myers. During the siege, British newspapers carried the erroneous news that James Brazier had been massacred.

Sources
Death certificate
1902 168/2 41

Plaque to Christian Watt

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Historic Environment Scotland
Date: 
2018
Location:
72 Main Street
Broadsea
Fraserburgh

War Memorial which includes Louisa Jordan

Dedicated to: 
Designed by: 
G. Charles Campbell (architect) Thomas Good (sculptor)
Date: 
1922
Location:
Methil Memorial Park
Wellesley Road , Methil
Kirkcaldy , KY8 3BP

NHS Louisa Jordan

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Scottish Government
Date: 
April 2020
Location:
Scottish Exhibition Centre
Exhibition Way
Glasgow, G3 8YW
Additional information: 

Temporary COVOD-19 Hospital named for WW1 nurse Louisa Jordan

Louisa Jordan

Dates: 
24 July 1878 - 6 March 1915

Louisa Jordan was born in Maryhill, Glasgow.

Louisa was a Nursing Sister with the Territorial Army Nursing Service (TANS). She was based at the in Serbia and died of Typhus at the age of 36.

Scottish Government Jeane Freeman stated that the name for the
temporary Coronavirus Hospital at the Scottish Exhibitikn Centre in Glasgow was being named HMS Louisa Johnson in memory of her.

Sources
Glasgow Evening Express
British Army Nurses

War memorial which includes Beatrice Campbell

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Public inscription
Designed by: 
Designed by John Kinross R.S.A. Sculpted by H.S. Gamley R.S.A.
Date: 
1922
Location:
Junction of Station Road and St Catherine Street
St Catherine Street
Cupar, FIF, KY15 4TA

Beatrice Victoria Campbell

Dates: 
1898 - 30 May 1918

Beatrice Campbell was the seventh child of John Campbell, fishmonger, and Annie Morgan Campbell. She had five sisters, Margaret, Jeannie, Jessie, Annie and Mary and two brothers, Robert and Archibald. The family lived at Eden View, Cupar. Beatrice attended Castleview School, Cupar.

Sources
1901 census
Cupar; ED: 5; Page: 26; Line: 22; Roll: CSSCT1901_133

Fountain

Dedicated to: 
Designed by: 
Mrs Isabella Blyth Martin
Date: 
1882
Location:
B946
Newport on Tay, FIF, DD6 8AL
Images: 
Detail
Detail
Detail