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Lady MacPherson-Grant Hall

Inscription: 

Lady McPherson-Grant Hall

Date: 
1871
Location:
Lady MacPherson-Grant Hall
A95
Inveravon, AB37 9AX
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Frances Elizabeth MacPherson-Grant

Title: 
Lady
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Her maiden name was Pocklington
Dates: 
1847 - 6 July 1916

Born in France in 1847, she was the younger daughter of the Rev. Roger Pocklington. She married Sir George MacPherson-Grant in Notts on 3 July 1861. The couple had several children, including Frances (1864) Mabel (1872) Alastair (1874). She was active in public life, assisting with charity bazaars and fundraising efforts, and sitting on committees.

Sources
Rejoicings at Ballindalloch
Elgin Courier 12 July 1861

Stained glass window - Mary Cumming

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Mary Cumming, second wife of John Warrack
born 20 February 1834, died 21 October 1899
In Thy Presence is Fullness of Joy

Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
New College Library
Mound Place
Edinburgh, EH1 2LX
Images: 
Stained glass window
Stained glass window

Mary Cumming

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Her married name was Warrack
Dates: 
20 February 1834 - 21 October 1899

Mary Cumming was the youngest daughter of Dr Cumming, HM Inspector of Schools. She was the second wife of John Warrack. They married in 1859. The couple had four children, Mary, John, Charles and Alan.

Stained glass window - Grace Stratton

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Inscription: 

In remembrance
Grace Stratton, wife of John WarracK
born 28 July 1828, died 23 June 1857
The Lord is my Light and my Salvation

Material: 
Stained glass
Location:
New College Library
Mound Place
Edinburgh , EH1 2LX
Images: 
Stained glass window
Stained glass window

Grace Stratton

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Her married name was Warrack
Dates: 
28 July 1828 - 23 June 1857

Grace Stratton married John Warrack in 1847. They had three daughters, Robina (1849), Grace (1855) and Margaret (1856). She died of consumption in 1857

Mairi Sawyer's Summer House

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Location:
Mairi Sawyer's Summer House
Inverewe House
Poolewe, IV22 2LG
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Mairi Sawyer

Dates: 
1 March 1879 - 23 July 1953.

Mairi was the daughter of Osgood Mackenzie, who had bought the Inverewe Estate and established a garden there.

She married Robert Hanbury in 1907. On her father's death in 1922 she continued with his work. Her first husband died in 1933, and in 1935 Mairi married Ronald Sawyer. Inverewe House had been burnt in 1914, and Mairi and Ronald rebuilt it.

Ronald Sawyer died in 1945. In 1952 Mairi gave Inverewe Garden and an endowment for its future upkeep to the National Trust for Scotland.

Images: 
Image of Mairi Sawyer

Jemimaville

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Jemimaville

Date: 
1822
Location:
Jemimaville
B9163
HLD, IV7 8LU
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Jemimaville

Jemima Charlotte Graham

Title: 
Lady

She was the third daughter of Lieut. Col. Colin Dundas Graham of the Scots Brigade.

Jemima Graham married twice, firstly to Francis Graham in 1913 and secondly to Sir George Gun Munro 4th Laird of Poyntzfeld in 1822.

The money which she brought into the marriage financed the building of Jemimaville.

She died in 1857.

Sources
"Resolis: Slope of Light. Guide to a Black Isle Parish, by Dr Jim Mackay.