Plaque

Records tagged with Type of Memorial: Plaque

Plaque to Madge Barnes

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

In memory of
Chief Wren MADGE BARNES W.R.N.S.
Lost at Sea 19th August 1941
Aged 18 years
Erected by S.R.S. "Persevere"

Erected by: 
S.R.S. "Persevere"
Designed by: 
Lady Haig's factory
Material: 
Wood
Location:
Pilrig St Paul's Church
1B Pilrig Street
Edinburgh, EH6 5AH
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Plaque to Madge Barnes
Plaque to Madge Barnes
Plaque to Madge Barnes
Plaque to Madge Barnes
Plaque to Madge Barnes
Additional information: 

The plaque was originally at Leith St Paul's and was moved to Pilrig St Paul's following the Union of Leith St Paul's with Pilrig & Dalmeny St Church in February 1999.

Madge Barnes' name also appears on the Naval War Memorial at Chatham.

Memorial to Janet Campbell

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

To the memory of
Janet Campbell
wife of John Campbell of Southhall
who died in London 13th Oct 1840

To her alone
are we indebted for this church being planted in the midst of us.

Material: 
Marble
Location:
Colintraive Church
Colintraive, PA22 3AT

Plaque to inter alia Rosemary MacKenzie

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

To the Glory of God
And in Grateful Memory of the Following
Members of Tain Guildry Trust

Rosemary Mackenzie M.B.E. 1-3-2004

Material: 
Brass
Location:
St Duthus's Collegiate Church
Castle Brae
Tain, IV19 1DY
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Plaque to Rosemary Mackenzie

Plaque to Helen Steven

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

This commemorates the life of
Helen Steven 19.10.1942 - 12.4.2016
A lifelong peace activist who
wanted to convert this land
for people and not weapons of
mass destruction

Date: 
5 June 2016
Material: 
metal
Location:
not being shared for now - it may need to be placed elsewhere.
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Plaque to Helen Steven

WW1 memorial, St Paul's Episcopal Church

Dedicated to: 
Inscription: 

to the Glory of God and in grateful remembrance of the men of St Paul's who fell in the Great War.

Erected by: 
St Paul's Episcopal Church
Material: 
Wood
Location:
St Paul's Episcopal Church
Victoria Street
Rothesay, AGB, PA20 0AP
Images: 
jpeg from samsung phone
Additional information: 

Margaret Wood Davidson

On the Scottish National War Memorial at Edinburgh Castle can be found the record of Margaret Davidson, a casualty of WW1. Most of the details are missing – except that she was in the Women’s Services, her unit name given as Scottish Branch of the British Red Cross Society, Scottish VAD Casualties. And the final identifier: on the line which is headed Other Detail, is the word “Bute”.

Margaret Wood Davidson was born in Cleobury Mortimer in 1896 to John Joseph Davidson, a gardener and his wife, Barbara Janet, ms Wood who had been married on 3rd January 1895 at Stitchell. In 1901 Margaret, aged five, was living with them at Shakenhurst Hall. John Davidson was a gardener and lived in the lodge. Margaret had a brother, John James, who was three.

By 1911 the family was living in Ardencraig Cottage, Isle of Bute. Margaret was fifteen, John James was eleven, a further son George was nine and a daughter, Agnes Barbara, born 29th October 1909, was one.

On a wooden plaque to men of the parish fallen in the Great War in St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Rothesay, Margaret is commemorated last on the list. Also there is her brother, John James Davidson. His war record was easier to find.

He was a private in the 96th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry and died, in training, of spinal meningitis at Camp Hughes Training Camp, near Carberry, Manitoba. He was 18.

The National Records of Scotland show that Margaret Davidson died in Ardencraig Cottage, on 19th August 1917. She died of a Cerebral Embolism, Valvular Heart disease and Rheumatism. She was 21 years old. One must assume, as she is listed as a casualty on the Scottish War Memorial and in St Paul’s,that the conditions which led to her death were brought about by her service in the war.

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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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
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Plaque to Jean Whitecross

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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
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Plaque

Plaque to Mary Barbour

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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
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