Plaque

Records tagged with Type of Memorial: Plaque

Plaque to Joan Eardley

Inscription: 

Joan Eardley R.S.A.
1921 - 1963
Scottish Artist
Townhead Glasgow and Here
Putting Catterline on the
Artistic and Cultural map
"I think I shall paint here"

Erected by: 
Historic Environment Scotland
Date: 
2018
Material: 
bronze
Location:
Creel Inn
Catterline, ABD, AB39 2UL

Plaque to Mary Jane Greenhalgh

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

To the memory of
Mary Jane Greenhalgh
Born Aug 2nd 1843 Died March 14th 1890
This memorial is erected by Lord and Lady Aberdeen
in grateful remembrance of the work which she did
amongst the sick and the poor on Haddo House
Estates and in the Haddo House Cottage Hospital.

Faithful Unto Death

Erected by: 
Lord and Lady Aberdeen
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
Hospital House
The Square
Tarves, AB41 7JW
Images: 
bas relief plaque
bas relief plaque
bas relief plaque

Plaque making burial spot of Lady Margaret Crawford

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

1303 AD
There is a tradition that the mother of Sir William Wallace was buried at this spot marked by a thorn tree.
This was the former site of the Abbey's weeping cross.

Location:
Dunfermline Abbey
St Margaret Street
Dunfermline , KY12 7PE

Plaque to Lady Margaret Sackville

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Historic Environment Scotland
Date: 
2018
Location:
30 Regent Terrace
Edinburgh, EH7 5BS

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.

....

Christina Clark (female) 18 April 1918 Aged 16

....

Unveiled by Jean Burnett, granddaughter of George Waller

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

Plaque marking the interment of the ashes of Dr Sybil Lewis

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

In this spot are immurred the ashes of Dr Sybil Lonie Lewis a faithful and loving member of this congregation of Christ's church who died March 10th 1918 after working in Serbia on the start of the Scottish Women's Hospital 1915,6,7 and of the Serbian Relief Fund 1917. Her experiences in the campaign and as a prisoner of war so undermined her health that she died shortly after her return home. In recognition of her services, HM the King of Serbia conferred on her the order of Saint Sava. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

Material: 
Brass
Location:
Old St Paul's Church
63 Jeffrey St,
Edinburgh , EH1 1DH

Plaque to Bessie Watson

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

CELEBRATING THE ACHIEVEMENTS
OF
Bessie Watson
Scotland's Youngest Suffragette
Born and lived at 11 Vennel
Plaque produced by
6VT Edinburgh City Youth Cafe
in association with the
Scottish Government to mark the
Centenary of Women's Suffrage
Unveiled
by
The Rt. Hon. Nicola Sturgeon MSP,
First Minister of Scotland.
"Deeds not Words"
"Best for Bessie"

Erected by: 
6VT Edinburgh City Youth Cafe and the Scottish Government
Date: 
1st August 2019
Location:
High up the wall, on the right when going up the Vennel
Vennel
Edinburgh, MLN, EH1 2HU
Images: 
Plaque to Bessie Watson at 11 Vennel, Edinburgh

Plaque to Christian Watt

Dedicated to: 
Erected by: 
Historic Environment Scotland
Date: 
2018
Location:
72 Main Street
Broadsea
Fraserburgh

Plaque to Louisa Innes Lumsden

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Louisa Lumsden DBE

1840-1935

Pioneer of Women’s Education
President Aberdeen Association for Women’s Suffrage
worked here

Erected by: 
Aberdeen Women's Alliance and Aberdeen City Council
Date: 
January 2020
Location:
214 Union Street
Aberdeen , AB10 1TL
Images: 
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Plaque to the First Women Football Internationalists 1881

Inscription: 

This is the site of Hibernian Park, home of Hibernian Football Club 1880-1891

It was here that Scotland played England in the first ever women's international match with a 3-0 victory in 1881

Venue of the first Scotland men's international played outside Glasgow - a 5-1 win against Wales in 1888

Hibernian Supporters Association & Hibernian Historical Trust 2019

Erected by: 
Hibernian Supporters Association & Hibernian Historical Trust
Date: 
3rd December 2019
Material: 
Metal
Location:
Entrance to Hibernian Football Supporters Club
11 Sunnyside
Edinburgh, MLN, EH7 5RA
Images: 
Plaque at Hibernian Football Supporters Club, Edinburgh
Additional information: 

"This represents not only an important part of Hibernian Football Club's history but more importantly is recognition of the pioneers of the women's game and the part played by Leith as the original home of women's International football."

Crawford Corrigan, HSA Chairman.

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