Plaque

Records tagged with Type of Memorial: Plaque

Plaque to Helen B Cruickshank

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

HOME OF
HELEN B. CRUICKSHANK
FROM 1924 TO 1974
POET OF
THE SCOTTISH RENAISSANCE

Location:
on the wall of the house 'Dinnieduff'
Edinburgh

Plaque to Jean Stephen

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Inscription: 

Here, "where creepin Ury
greets its mountain cousin Don"
Lie Jean Whitecross d1840
and Jean Stephen d. 1848
Common-law wives of
William Thom
The Inverurie Poet
Erected by the Rotary Club of Inverurie
1991

Erected by: 
The Rotary Club of Inverurie
Date: 
1991
Location:
Bass Cemetery,
Keithhall Road
Inverurie, , AB51 3UA
Images: 
Plaque
Plaque

Plaque to Jean Whitecross

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

Here, "where creepin Ury
greets its mountain cousin Don"
Lie Jean Whitecross d1840
and Jean Stephen d. 1848
Common-law wives of
William Thom
The Inverurie Poet
Erected by the Rotary Club of Inverurie
1991

Erected by: 
The Rotary Club of Inverurie
Date: 
1991
Location:
Bass Cemetery,
Keithhall Road
Inverurie, AB51 3UA
Images: 
Plaque
Plaque

Plaque to Mary Barbour

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Inscription: 

Mary Barbour

(22nd February 1875 - 2nd April 1958)

Social Reformer, Rent Strike Leader, Women's Peace Crusader and Pioneering Woman Councillor.

"In Govan, Mrs Barbour, a typical working class housewife, became the leader of a movement such had never been seen before. Street meetingd, back court meetings, drums, bells, trumpets - every method was used to bring the women out."
(William Gallacher, Revolt on the Clyde, 1936)

A famous image of the rent strik shows Mrs Barbour's Army and supporters demonstrating oustide 10 Hutton Drive, Linthouse.

Date: 
2015
Location:
10 Hutton Drive, Linthouse
Glasgow, G51 4RN

Plaque to Annette Elizabeth Josephine Harmar

Inscription: 

Of your charity, pray for the soul of
Annette Elizabeth Josephine Harmar
Foundress of this church
Who died 28 January 1914 aged 72 years.
R.I.P.

Location:
St James Church
17 The Scores
St Andrews, KY16 9AR
Images: 
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Plaque

Plaque to Mary, Queen of Scots at The Shore, Leith

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This Plaque commemorates
the landing in Leith of
Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots
upon her return from France
on 19th August 1561
Place here by the Marie Stuart Society
in the year of the Golden Jubilee of
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth
2002

Erected by: 
Marie Stuart Society (funds for plaque donated by Gerhard Jooste
Date: 
18th August 2002
Location:
On the ground beside the Water of Leith opposite the Cooperage Apartments
Shore, Leith
Edinburgh, MLN, EH6 6QS
Images: 
Plaque at The Shore, Leith, where Mary Queen of Scots landed in Scotland from France
Plaque at The Shore, Leith, where Mary Queen of Scots landed in Scotland from France
Plaque at The Shore, Leith, where Mary Queen of Scots landed in Scotland from France

Plaque to Dr Elizabeth Ross

Inscription: 

To the Glory of God and in undying memory of Dr. Elizabeth Ness MacBean Ross, who voluntarily gave her life during the European war to help the typhus stricken Serbian soldiers and died in the Military Hospital, Kragujevatz, Serbia 14th February 1915. This tablet has been erected and hospital beds endowed in Serbia by public subscription in remembrance of the noble life and sacrifice of one whose home was for many years in Tain. Greater love hath no man than this.

Erected by: 
Public subscription
Location:
St Duthac's Church
Castle Brae
Tain , IV19 1DY
Images: 
Plaque
Additional information: 

In addition to this small memorial, there are memorials to Dr Ross in Serbia.

Plaque commemorating Anne Alexander

Dedicated to: 
Date: 
2014
Location:
Newton Stewart Hospital
A75
Newton Stewart , DG8 6LZ

Plaque commemorating Saint Mary MacKillop

Dedicated to: 
Date: 
2012
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
Cille Choirill church
Roybridge , PH31 4AW

Plaque to Mary (Molly) Isolen Fergusson

Inscription: 

1914-1997 - A trailblazing engineer,
Mary (Molly) Isolen Fergusson
was the first woman to be elected Fellow of the
Institution of Civil Engineers in 1957.
After studying engineering at the University of Edinburgh and
Heriot-Watt College she forged a career with Edinburgh civil engineers
Blyth-Blyth. Through her exceptional ability and commitment
she rose to the rolw of Senior Partner.
A member of the Women's Engineering Society,
Mary Fergusson was an inspiration to the generations of young women.
Her lifetime of achievement earned her an OBE in 1979
and the honorary degree of Doctor of Science at
Heriot-Watt University in 1985.

Material: 
metal
Location:
Inside the William Arrol Building, Heriot-Watt University
Riccarton Campus
Edinburgh
Images: 
Mary (Molly) Isolen Fergusson photograph at Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton Campus
Mary (Molly) Isolen Fergusson photograph at Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton Campus
Mary (Molly) Isolen Fergusson photograph at Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton Campus
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