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Jessie Playfair Memorial window

Dedicated to: 
Designed by: 
Hardman & Co of Birmingham
Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
St Salvator's Church
3A, St Mary's Place
St Andrews , KY16 9UY
Images: 
Jessie Playfair window
Jessie Playfair window

Jane Playfair

Title: 
Lady
Other names: 
Her maiden name was Dalgliesh
Dates: 
14 June 1798- 24 March 1872

The daughter of William Dalgleish of Scotscraig, Fife, she married Hugh Lyon Playfair on 7 March 1820. They had six children, Frederick (1830), Henry (1833), Fanny (1837), Archibald and Robert, (1838) Emma (1843). Her husband was knighted in 1856, making her Lady Playfair. She was widowed in 1861.

She actively supported several charitable causes

Plaque to Mary McHardy

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

In Memory of
Mary McHardy
1832-1924
Elder daughter of Baillie McHardy
of Cranford
Erected by her nephew
Major-General McHardy

Erected by: 
Major-General McHardy
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
Ruthrieston West Church
Union Row
Aberdeen, AB10 7LN
Images: 
Plaque

Mary McHardy

Dates: 
1832- 24 August 1924

Her parents were David McHardy and Margaret Gray.

Nurse Memorial - Annie C Reid

Dedicated to: 
Date: 
1921
Location:
St Giles Cathedral
Royal Mile
Edinburgh, EH1 1RE
Images: 
Memorial

Annie Campbell Reid

Dates: 
17 Nov 1891 - 4 March 1919

She was the daughter of David and Mary Ann Donaldson. Her father was a billiard room keeper.

Memorial to people of Rothiemay, including Mary Forbes

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Keith and District Heritage Group

Rothiemay

Lt Col John Foster Forbes 1855-1914
and Mrs Mary Forbes 1854 - 1929
Lairds of Rothiemay Castle
and Benefactors

Erected by: 
Keith and District Heritage Group
Location:
St Rufus Park
Keith, AB55 3BS
Images: 
Stone
Stone
Stone

Mary Livesey Forbes

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Wardle
Dates: 
23 Sept 1854 - 29 April 1929

Mary Livesey Wardle was born in England, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Wardle. She married John F Forbes on 22 Nov 1873. The couple had a large family.

Gates at Dunecht Estate

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Do it with thy might

These lodges and gates were erected by Annie, Viscountess Cowdray, MCMXXIII

Date: 
1923
Location:
Loch of Skene
AB32 6RQ
Images: 
Gates
Gates

Annie Cass

Title: 
Viscountess
Other names: 
Her married surname was Pearson
Dates: 
4 June 1860 - 15 April 1932

The daughter of Sir John Cass, Annie Cass married Weetman Pearson in 1881. The couple had four children. She was widowed in 1927.
She was a member of the Women's Liberal Federation and supported female suffrage. She also supported causes related to nursing.
She was a Burgess in Aberdeen.
She and her husband donated the Cowdray Hall to the city of Aberdeen.
She died in the Ritz Hotel, Paris.

The photograph shows her with her silver-plated bicycle made by Tiffany of New York.

Images: 
Annie Cass