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Lorna Moon (Nora Low) 1886-1930
Author and Hollywood Scriptwriter
Lived Here The Temperance Hotel
Nora Low was born in Strichen, Aberdeenshire, in 1886, the daughter of Charles Low, plasterer, and Margaret Benzies. In 1907 she married William Hebditch, a commercial traveller. They had a son, William. They emigrated to Canada. In 1913 she left the husband and son to live with Walter Moon, with whom she had a daughter, Mary Leonore Moon. She began working as a journalist and adopted the pen-name Lorna Moon.
Donated by Miss Barbara F. Gibson on the occasion of her centenary.
Barbara Fiddes Gibson was a leap year baby, born on 29 February 1888 at 41 Stanley Street, Aberdeen. She was the daughter of Henry Gibson, grocer, and Mary Thomson Taylor, who had married in 1885. She had at least two brothers, William and Henry.
Barbara Fiddes Gibson died in Aberdeen aged 103 in 1991.
Pray for Eliza Schofield and her sisters who had this window made anno 1914.
Eliza Schofield was the chief benefactor of St Margaret's Church, Braemar.
To the Glory of God and in pious memory of Queen Victoria.
Erected by Public Subscription in commemoration of the Sixty years reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria
The fountain, topped by a statue of Queen Victoria, commemmorates Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee.