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To the Glory of God and in memory of Helen Cruickshank who died 21st May 1960. This aumbry was given by Provost and Mrs J.D. Smith 1961
Helen Cruickshank was the youngest of four children of Alexander Cruickshank, general merchant, and Margaret Mitchell. She was born on 26 July 1865, in Rathven, Banffshire.
She worked as a miliner and later as a housekeeper.
After she retired she lived at Allison House, barclay Road, Inverurie.
She died on 21 May 1960, and her niece Margaret and nephew-in-law John Smith gifted an aumbry to St Mary's Episcopal church, Inverurie, in her memory.
Annetta Baker married Hugh Thorburn Wilson in 1890 in Melbourne, Australia. The couple adopted a daughter.
On 1 July 1909, Annetta Wilson and her daughter set sail from Melbourne to visit family in Britain. They travelled on the Waratah. The ship reached South Africa safely, and departed from Durban on 26 July 1909. The ship was sighted by another vessel the next day, but then disappeared, with the loss of 211 lives.
The daughter of John Thomson and Jane Sutherland, she was a senior sister with Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service.
Matron Elizabeth MacD. Thomson QAIMNS
Sister Thomson's name also appears on the Q.A.I.M.N.S memorial in Aldershot Garrison Church.
To the glory of God and in loving memory of Mary Cubie.
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.