Plaque

Records tagged with Type of Memorial: Plaque

Plaque to Mother St Basil

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Inscription: 

On the 14th February 1862, Mother St Basil, Foundress of the Congregation of the Poor Sisters of Nazareth arrived in Aberdeen, along with six other sisters to make their first foundation outside Hammersmith in this house where they remained until the 10th December 1872.

Material: 
Bronze
Location:
St Peter's Church
3 Chapel Court , Justice Street
Aberdeen , AB11 5HX
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Plaque to Mother St Basil
Plaque to Mother St Basil
Plaque to Mother St Basil

Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie

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Inscription: 

Elizabeth Crombie Duthie
1816-1885
Who resided here and
donated Duthie Park to
The City of Aberdeen

Location:
Maberley Street
Maberley Street
Aberdeen , AB25 1NL
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Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie
Plaque to Elizabeth Crombie Duthie

Wooden plaque inside Fincastle Chapel

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Inscription: 

This tablet is placed here by her family in thanksgiving for Helen Victoria Barbour 1891 - 1982 For 63 years her home in this glen was a place of laughter joy and inspiration for countless people from far and near

Erected by: 
'her family'
Material: 
polished wood, gold lettering
Location:
Fincastle Chapel (inside)
Glen Fincastle, PKN
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Plaque to Helen Victoria Barbour
Plaque to Helen Victoria Barbour
Additional information: 

Glen Fincastle Chapel is where the B8019 (Killiecrankie to Tummel Bridge) takes a sharp bend to cross the Fincastle burn. The chapel faces you if you are travelling westward.
Grid ref: NN882610 Lat 56" 44' Long 3" 49'

Plaque to Ethel Prescott Ditchfield

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Inscription: 

In Memory of Ethel Prescott, wife of Alfred James Ogston, British Vice-Consul, Killed in the earthquake at Messina, 28th December 1908.

Date: 
1908
Material: 
Bronze
Location:
St Nicholas Church
Union Street
Aberdeen , AB10 1JZ
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Plaque to Ethel Prescott Ditchfield
Plaque to Ethel Prescott Ditchfield
Additional information: 

This plaque is adjacent to a large marble memorial to Francis Ogston, her husband's grandfather, and Francis H Ogston, her husband's half-brother.

Memorial to Ann Allardyce

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Sacred to the memory of Ann, the wife of Alexander Allardyce of Dunnottar and daughter of Alexander Baxter of Glassel. She was married the 7th of August 1786, gave birth to her son Alexander Baxter Allardyce the 23rd of July, and departed this life at Aberdeen the 1st of August 1787, aged 28 years.

Erected by: 
Her husband, Alexander Allardyce
Designed by: 
John Bacon, sculptor
Date: 
1787
Material: 
Marble
Location:
St Nicholas Church
Union Street
Aberdeen , AB10 1JZ
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Memorial to Ann Allardyce
Memorial to Ann Allardyce

Plaque to Jane Rae

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Inscription: 

Jane Rae
Born Stirlingshire 1872
Died Clydebank 1959
Gifted by Provost Denis Agnew March 2012

Above the monument there is also a plaque with information on her life.

Erected by: 
West Dunbartonshire Council
Date: 
5/9/2013
Location:
Clydebank
Dumbarton Road
Clydebank, G81 1UE
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Jane Rae Plaque

Plaque recording former ward names.

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Inscription: 

This tablet commemorates the names of pavilions and wards in the Royal Infirmary when situated at Woolmanhill.
Queen Victoria Surgical Pavilion

Material: 
Wood
Location:
The Rotunda, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Foresterhill Road
Aberdeen, AB25 2ZN
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Plaque in ARI

Plaque recording former Ward name.

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

H.R.H. Princess Beatrice (Princess Henry of Battenburg)

Material: 
Wood
Location:
The Rotunda, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Foresterhill Road
Aberdeen, AB25 2ZN
Images: 
Section of plaque, showing Princess Beatrice.
Additional information: 

This plaque lists the former names of hospital wards.

Plaque referring to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Inscription: 

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother opened this building on 18th October 1966.

Date: 
1966
Material: 
Granite
Location:
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Foresterhill Road
Aberdeen , AB25 2ZN
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Plaque

Plaque commemorating Queen Victoria

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Inscription: 

Victoria 1897

Date: 
1897
Location:
Mansefield House
High Street
Dingwall , IV15 9HJ
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