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Plaque to Caroline Phillips

Inscription: 

Caroline Phillips
Suffragette and Journalist
1874-1956
Honorary Secretary of the Women's Social and Political Union, Aberdeen branch worked here (1907-1909)

Erected by: 
Aberdeen City Council / Aberdeen Women's Alliance
Date: 
2019
Location:
41 1/2 Union Street
Aberdeen , AB11 6BA

Caroline Isabella Agnes Phillips

Dates: 
13 December 1874- 13 January 1956

The daughter of James Phillip and Jane Watt she was born in Kintore where her father was head master and her mother sewing teacher at the Free Church school.

The family moved to Aberdeen when her father became head of the Boys Department of St Paul Street School. However, when an uncle died her father assumed responsibility for his debts, and the stress of trying to pay them off led to a breakdown. After he recovered he became head of Northfield School, Rosemount Aberdeen.

Helmsdale War Memorial - Davina Little

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

1939-1945
Also to the Glory of God and in memory of those of this parish who gave their lives in the Second World War.

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Sgt Vina Little A.T.S.

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Date: 
First World War memorial with additional Second World War panels.
Material: 
Stone and bronze
Location:
Helmsdale War Memorial
Telford Bridge
Helmsdale, KW8 6JA

Davidina Gunn Little

Title: 
Sgt
Other names: 
She was known as Vina
Dates: 
1902 - 23 August 1941

She was the daughter of Walter Little, railway clerk, and Catherine Munro,

Prior to the war she ran a boarding house at Dunrobin House, Dunrobin Street, Helmsdale.

She died at the Ross Memorial Hospital, Dingwall, following surgery.

Sources
Death certificate

Medieval stone

Inscription: 

Ora Pro A I Matrild Filia Thome

(Pray for the soul of Matilda, daughter of Thom)

Date: 
Medieval
Material: 
Stone
Location:
The Steeple Church
The Nethergate
Dundee, DD1 4DG
Images: 

Matilda, daughter of Thom

Dates: 
Possibly C12th

Matilda's stone indicates that she was a a member of Dundee's medieval elite, buried within St Mary's church. Her stone includes a carving of a pair of shears and a bodkin (needle).

Sources
Leaflet - Dundee's Medieval Carved Stones-Dundee City Council

Margaret Caroline Tait

Margaret Tait

Brass floor memorial

Inscription: 

Harriet Elizabeth
Countess of Rosslyn
Nat. 20th Feby 1771
Obit 8th August 1810

Material: 
Brass
Location:
Rosslyn Chapel
Chapel Loan
Roslin , EH25 9PU

Harriet Elizabeth, Countess of Rosslyn

Title: 
Countess
Dates: 
20 Feb 1771 - 8 Aug 1810

The daughter of the Hon. Edward Bouverie and Henrietta Fawkener, she married James St-Clair Erskine, 2nd Earl of Rosslyn, in 1790. The couple had a daughter and three sons.