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Plaque to Ella Cameron

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

To the Glory of God
In Loving Memory
of
Ella Cameron
Beloved wife of
Sir David Bone
1875=1952

Erected by: 
Her husband, Sir David Bone
Material: 
Brass
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
High Street
DND, DD1 1TD
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Plaque to Ella Cameron

Mary Helen Cameron

Title: 
Lady Bone
Other names: 
She was known as Ella
Dates: 
26 March 1872 - 3 Nov 1952

She was born in Edinburgh, the daughter of Archibald Cameron, leather merchant and Mary Bell. She married David Bone in 1902. Her husband was in the merchant navy, and was also a novelist. The couple had two children Winifred (Freda) and David. Her husband was knighted in 1946. At the time of her death, she was living with her daughter and son-in-law, the Very Rev J.C. Sprott, provost of St Paul's Cathedral.

Sources
Death Certificate
1952 282/2 959

Church Stall in memory of Annie Smith

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This stall was given by John Smith in memory of his wife Annie who died 28th December 1947

Erected by: 
Her husband, John Smith
Material: 
Wood
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
High Street
Dundee, DD1 1TD
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Inscription
Inscription
Inscription
Inscription

Annie Craik Smith

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Taylor
Dates: 
1886- 28 December 1947

The only daughter of Alexander Taylor and Eliza Ann Robertson, she married John Smith, jute merchant, in 1919. They married in St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee.

Sources
Death certificate
1947 282/1 273
Dundee Evening Telegraph
4 March 1919

Jenny's Well

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Location:
Jenny's Well
Inverleithen, EN44 6HX
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Janet Baptie

Other names: 
She was known as Jenny.
Dates: 
20 September 1828 - 10 May 1915.

Janet Baptie was born in Peeblesshire, the daughter of William Baptie, Shepherd, and Margaret Shiel. She and her brother William had a grocer's shop at Innerleithen. After his death she ran the business alone. She was known for her home-made sweets, which she sold in the shop.
She died in 1915.

Sources
Death certificate
1915 762/1 20
1841 census
Innerleithen; ED: 5; Page: 3; Line: 1310; Year: 1841
1901 census
Innerleithen; ED: 1; Page: 10; Line: 14; Year:1901

Margaret Neish

Title: 
Sister
Other names: 
Sister Margaret Mary
Dates: 
21 June 1835 - 26 May 1887

The youngest child of Thomas Neish and Anna Mann, she was born in 1835, in Dundee. Her father was a merchant and Russian Vice-Consul. She entered St Mary's Sisterhood, Dundee, living in the convent at 10 King Street. In the 1881 census, she is listed second out of fourteen sisters, immediately after the Mother Superior.

In the newspaper account of the dedication of her memorial, reference was made to her holy and self-denying life and her bright example. Much of the cost of the memorial came from numerous small donations from the poor amongst whom she had laboured.

Sources
Death Certificate
1887 282 / 4 / 476
Dundee Evening Telegraph
17 Sept 1888

Marble memorial to Sister Mary Margaret.

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Sister Margaret Mary
In Peace May 26th 1887

Erected by: 
Members of St Paul's Congregation.
Designed by: 
Sir Gilbert Scott
Date: 
1888
Material: 
Red Irish Marble, alabaster and oak.
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
High Street
Dundee, DD1 1TD
Images: 
Close up
Close up
Additional information: 

The Eastern recess is a credence table and the Western is an aumbry and piscina. There are marguerites carved around the top.

Ermin Elizabeth Edward

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Kenrick
Dates: 
27 May 1820 - 18 April 1909

She was born in Flintshire, the daughter of George W. and Mary I. Kenrick. She married Allan Edward, flax merchant in 1845. The couple had six children, Allan, Henrick, Albert, Ermin, Emma, and Reginald. She was widowed in 1874.
She died at Farington Hall, Perth Road, Dundee.

Stained glass window - Ermin E. Edward

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Inscription: 

To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Ermin Elizabeth Edward. Born 27th May 1820, died 18th April 1909. The beloved mother of Reginald W. Edward-Kenrick.

Designed by: 
Hardman & Co.
Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
High Street
Dundee, DD1 1TD
Images: 
Stained glass window
Additional information: 

The stained glass window depicts events in the life of St Margaret, Queen of Scotland. The top window depicts Margaret on her death bed.
The main windows l to r - St Margaret instructing her six sons and two daughters in the Faith. Margaret and Malcolm in conference with the Celtic clergy. Margaret and Malcolm caring for the poor.