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bereaved local women

Alexandra Mary (Mona) Campbell Geddes (Mrs Douglas Chalmers Watson)

Ann Raeburn

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Edgar
Dates: 
1744-1833

Anne was the daughter of Peter Edgar of Bridgelands, and Ann Hay. She married James Leslie of Deanhaugh and had a daughter, Jacob Leslie. She was widowed. She met Henry Raeburn when he painted her portrait. They married and had two sons, Peter and Henry.

Ann Street

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Ann Street

Location:
Ann Street
Edinburgh , EH4 1PL

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park

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Queen Elizabeth Forest Park

Erected by: 
Forestry Commission Scotland
Location:
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park
FK8 3SX

Memorial to the Sacred Heart nuns

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Spes Unica
Of your charity pray for the repose of the souls of the religious of the sacred heart
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Josephine Ogilvie May 6th 1988

Location:
Allenvale Cemetary
Riverside Drive
Aberdeen , AB10 7FF
Images: 
Gravestone
Gravestone

Josephine Ogilvie

Title: 
Sister
Dates: 
1929 - 6 May 1988

Josephine Ogilvie was born in Edinburgh. She became a member of the Society of the Sacred Heart, a teaching order of nuns in 1953. She taught in Armagh, Craiglockhart in Edinburgh and at Kilgraston in Perthshire before moving to Aberdeen in 1983. She taught at a primary school and was then promoted to religious education adviser for the Diocese of Aberdeen.

Sources
Blood and Granite by Norman Adams

Duncan Street, Girvan

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Duncan Street

Location:
Duncan Street
Girvan , KA26 9AX

Jane Duncan

Title: 
The Hon.
Other names: 
Her married name was Dalrymple-Hamilton.
Dates: 
died 1852

The daughter of Admiral Adam Duncan of Camperdown and Henrietta Dundas.

She married Sir Hew Dalrymple-Hamilton on 19 May 1800. The couple had one child, Henrietta.

She was widowed in 1834 and died in 1852.

Henrietta Street, Girvan

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Henrietta Street

Location:
Henrietta Street
Girvan, KA26 9AN