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Memorial to Victims of the Tay Bridge Disaster

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Those lost

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Isabella M. Neish

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Date: 
2013
Material: 
Granite
Location:
Riverside Drive
Dundee, DD1 4DB
Images: 
Tay Bridge Disaster
Tay Bridge Disaster

Isabella Mary Neish

Dates: 
1875 -28 Dec 1879

Isabella (Bella) Mary Neish was the youngest victim of the Tay Bridge Disaster. She was travelling with her father, school teacher David Neish when the bridge collapsed.

Isabella lived with her parents, David and Ann, and her sibings, at 51 Coupar Street, Lochee, Dundee.

Her body was found on 27th January 1880, washed up on Wormit beach.

She is buried in Balgay Cemetery, Dundee.

Sources

Gravestone of Jean Lumsden

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Inscription: 

Here lyes under the hope of a blissed resurrection Jean Lumsden, spous to Captain John Anderson who departed 2 of Mar 1684.

Date: 
C17th
Material: 
stone
Location:
St Nicholas Kirkyard
Union Street
Aberdeen , AB10 1JZ
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Gravestone

Jean Lumsden

Dates: 
died 2 March 1684

Nothing is known of Jean Lumsden beyond the facts stated on her gravestone - she was the wife of Captain John Anderson and she died 2 March 1684.

Tree dedicated to Agnes Gentleman Russell Chalmers

Inscription: 

In loving memory of
Agnes Gentleman Russell Chalmers
(1892-1988)

Location:
By the Kinness Burn
Kinnessburn Road
St Andrews, FIF, KY16 8JA
Images: 
Plaque by tree
Plaque by tree
Plaque by tree

Agnes Gentleman Russell Chalmers

Other names: 
Her maiden name was Dick
Dates: 
30 Sept 1892- 1988

Agnes Gentleman Russell Dick was born 30th Sept 1892 in Shotts, Lanark, the eldest daughter of John Dick, storeman, and Agnes Gentleman Russell.

She married Hugh Chalmers in 1917. They had two sons. Hugh Chalmers became headmaster of the Burgh School. The family attended Hope Park Church, St Andrews. She was widowed in 1956.

Agnes Chalmers died in 1988, in St Andrews.

Plaque including, inter alia, Christina Clark

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

East of Scotland
In memory of the men and woman who lost their lives in accidents at Woolmet Colliery.

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Christina Clark (female) 18 April 1918 Aged 16

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Unveiled by Jean Burnett, granddaughter of George Waller

Location:
Woolmet Colliery
EH22 1SL
Images: 
Plaque at Woolmet

Christina Clark

Dates: 
About 1902 - 11 April 1918

Christina Clark was the daughter of Alexander Clark, coal miner (serving in the Royal Scots at the time of her death) and Rebecca Gibson. She had an older brother, James. She lived at 27 Avenue Square, New Craighall. She was a pithead girl and was killed instantly when she was struck on the throat by a handle which had broken off from a crane.

Sources
The Scotsman 13 April 1918, page 6.
Death certificate 1918 696 / 3

Jean Armour Drive

Dedicated to: 
Location:
Jean Armour Drive
G81 2ER

List of former ward names

Inscription: 

This tablet commemorates the names of pavilions and wards in the Royal Infirmary when situated at Woolmanhill

H.R.H. Princess Louise, Marchioness of Lorne

Material: 
Wood
Location:
The Rotunda
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, , Foresterhill
Aberdeen, , AB25 2ZN