Plaque

Records tagged with Type of Memorial: Plaque

Information board on Mrs Innes

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White Horse Close

"Her name is Mrs Innes and the White Horse is her sign
And happy is the man or beast that happens there to dine."

Mrs Innes was the landlady of the White Horse Inn for 51 years in the C19th.

Location:
White Horse Close
160 High Street
Elgin , IV30 1BD
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Information Board

Plaque to Bella Keyzer

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Bella Keyzer
Welder
1922-1992

Erected by: 
Dundee Women's Trail
Designed by: 
Su Nicoll
Date: 
2008
Material: 
Bronze with blue enamel
Location:
Observation platform
Marine Parade
Dundee, DD1 3JB
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Plaque to Bella Keyzer

Information board on Jessie Kesson

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Location:
Hill Terrace
Hill Terrace
Elgin , IV30 1AE
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Plaque

Plaque to Ella Cameron

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To the Glory of God
In Loving Memory
of
Ella Cameron
Beloved wife of
Sir David Bone
1875=1952

Erected by: 
Her husband, Sir David Bone
Material: 
Brass
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
High Street
DND, DD1 1TD
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Plaque to Ella Cameron

Plaque to Nan Shepherd

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NAN SHEPHERD
1893-1981
Novelist, poet, educator
and author of
"The Living Mountain"
lived here at
Dunvegan
all her life

Erected by: 
Cults Community Council / Aberdeen Women's Alliance
Date: 
2017
Location:
"Dunvegan"
503 North Deeside Road, Cults
Aberdeen , AB15 9ES
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Plaque to Nan Shepherd
Plaque to Nan Shepherd

Memorial to Agnes Anderson

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To the beloved memory of Agnes Anderson, wife of Rev. J.A. Johnston.
Died 14 June 1920
This memorial from a grateful people MCMXXII

Erected by: 
The congregation.
Date: 
1922
Material: 
Wood and bronze
Location:
Dryfesdale church
High Street
Lockerbie., DG11 2AA
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Plaque to Agnes Anderson
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The memorial was "a token of the gratitude to God of the congregation for the life and labours of His servant." - Southern Reporter 7 Sept 1922, page 6.

Plaque to Annie Lennox

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Annie Lennox
was a pupil of
this school
1959-1972

Erected by: 
Harlaw Academy
Location:
Harlaw Academy
18-20 Albyn Place
Aberdeen, AB10 1RG
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Plaque to Annie Lennox
Plaque to Annie Lennox

Plaque to Mary McHardy

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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
Broomhill Road
Aberdeen, AB10 7LN
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Plaque

Plaque to Mary Ann Baxter

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"Universally mourned by the citizens of Dundee, among whom her name will ever live, enshrined as it has been by acts the noblest, the most generous, and the most self-sacrificing" - The Courier

MARY ANN BAXTER
1801-1884

Mary Ann Baxter's ideas and generous financial backing of over £120,000 (many millions in today's terms) allowed the establishment of University College, Dundee (now the University of Dundee). At her insistence, the institution was one of the first providers of equal higher education to women and men. She was also the co-donor of Baxter Park and supported a wide range of church causes.

Designed by: 
Suzanne Scott
Date: 
2016
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
Discovery Walk
Slessor Gardens
Dundee, DD1 1AR
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Plaque to Mary Ann Baxter
Plaque to Mary Ann Baxter

Plaque to Margaret Fairlie

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"She gave me the will to live" surely no higher tribute could be paid to a practitioner of medicine - Alumnus Chronicle

MARGARET FAIRLIE
1891-1963

Among Dundee's first female graduates in medicine, Margaret Fairlie was a distinguished clinician and inspirational teacher who pioneered the use of radium in the treatment of malignant gynaecological diseases in Scotland. She became the first woman appointed to a Scottish university professorship, as Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Dundee's medical school, and later the first Scottish woman to be a Consultant Emeritus in Obstetrics.

Designed by: 
Suzanne Scott
Date: 
2016
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
Discovery Walk
Slessor Gardens
Dundee, DD1 1AR
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Plaque to Margaret Fairlie
Plaque to Margaret Fairlie
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The sea holly (bottom right) represents her birthplace of Arbroath, the Eiffel Tower represents her visit to the Marie Curie Foundation in Paris which sparked her interest in the medical use of radium, and the radium connects Paris with Dundee across the top of the plaque.

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