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Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

14 Jul 2012 1 5
Cathcart Cemetery is a cemetery in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, which was opened in 1878 . It is named after the nearby neighbourhood of Cathcart on the southern outskirts of Glasgow, but does not actually fall within the city boundaries. It is bounded to the east by the White Cart Water, with Linn Park on the opposite bank. Quoted from Wikipedia

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

21 Apr 2012 2 5 7
Cathcart Cemetery is a cemetery in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, which was opened in 1878 . It is named after the nearby neighbourhood of Cathcart on the southern outskirts of Glasgow, but does not actually fall within the city boundaries. It is bounded to the east by the White Cart Water, with Linn Park on the opposite bank. Quoted from Wikipedia

Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh

01 Sep 2012 3 4 10
Warriston Cemetery lies in Warriston, one of the northern suburbs of Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built by the then newly-formed Edinburgh Cemetery Company, and occupies around 14 acres (5.7 ha) of land on a slightly sloping site. It contains many tens of thousands of graves, including notable Victorian and Edwardian figures, the most eminent being the physician Sir James Young Simpson. Quoted from Wikipedia

Tarbert (Loch Fyne) Burial Ground

20 Sep 2013 4 2 19
Local tradition holds that the present burial-ground supersedes an earlier one at Glenakil from which tombstones were removed at the beginning of the 18th century. In the MacAlister burial-enclosure there is recumbent tombstone which can be ascribed to the first half of the 16th century. There are no other tombstones recognisably belonging to the period before 1707. Other, later 18th century tombstones are described. Quoted from the Canmore website

Tarbert (Loch Fyne) Burial Ground

20 Sep 2013 2 2 15
Local tradition holds that the present burial-ground supersedes an earlier one at Glenakil from which tombstones were removed at the beginning of the 18th century. In the MacAlister burial-enclosure there is recumbent tombstone which can be ascribed to the first half of the 16th century. There are no other tombstones recognisably belonging to the period before 1707. Other, later 18th century tombstones are described. Quoted from the Canmore website

Tarbert (Loch Fyne) Burial Ground

20 Sep 2013 2 2 13
Local tradition holds that the present burial-ground supersedes an earlier one at Glenakil from which tombstones were removed at the beginning of the 18th century. In the MacAlister burial-enclosure there is recumbent tombstone which can be ascribed to the first half of the 16th century. There are no other tombstones recognisably belonging to the period before 1707. Other, later 18th century tombstones are described. Quoted from the Canmore website

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

27 Mar 2013 6 6 25
Cathcart Cemetery is a cemetery in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, which was opened in 1878 . It is named after the nearby neighbourhood of Cathcart on the southern outskirts of Glasgow, but does not actually fall within the city boundaries. It is bounded to the east by the White Cart Water, with Linn Park on the opposite bank. Quoted from Wikipedia

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

25 Mar 2013 5 2 21
Cathcart Cemetery is a cemetery in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, which was opened in 1878 . It is named after the nearby neighbourhood of Cathcart on the southern outskirts of Glasgow, but does not actually fall within the city boundaries. It is bounded to the east by the White Cart Water, with Linn Park on the opposite bank. Quoted from Wikipedia

Eastwood New Cemetery, Thornliebank, Glasgow

25 Mar 2013 4 2 19
Eastwood New Cemetery is over a 100 yards from Eastwood Old Cemetery and the 2 cemeteries should not be confused. There is no Eastwood Cemetery in this area. Quoted from the 'Find a Grave' website

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

Eastwood Old Cemetery, Thornliebank, Glasgow

25 Mar 2013 8 2 25
Part of this cemetery was formerly a kirkyard. Quoted from the 'Find a Grave' website

Eastwood New Cemetery, Thornliebank, Glasgow

21 Mar 2013 6 2 20
Eastwood New Cemetery is over a 100 yards from Eastwood Old Cemetery and the 2 cemeteries should not be confused. There is no Eastwood Cemetery in this area. Quoted from the 'Find a Grave' website

Piershill Cemetry, Edinburgh

08 Feb 2014 7 8 26
The cemetery appears unexceptional but includes a number of curious military memorials, and 63 Commonwealth war graves. To the east there is a large section for Jewish burials and to the north-west is Scotland's first and Edinburgh's only Pet Cemetery. Quoted from Wikipedia

St Mary's Churchyard, Haddington

19 Jul 2014 6 2 25
The Collegiate Church of St Mary the Virgin is a Church of Scotland parish church in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland. Building work on the church was started in 1380, and further building and rebuilding has taken place up to the present day. It is the longest church in Scotland, at 206 feet (62.8 metres) from east to west,[1] and is in the early Gothic style. Quoted from Wikipedia The Royal Burgh of Haddington... is a town in East Lothian, Scotland. It is the main administrative, cultural and geographical centre for East Lothian, which as a result of late-nineteenth century Scottish local government reforms took the form of the county of Haddingtonshire for the period from 1889 to 1921. It lies about 17 miles (27 kilometres) east of Edinburgh. The name Haddington is Anglo-Saxon, dating from the sixth or seventh century AD when the area was incorporated into the kingdom of Bernicia. The town, like the rest of the Lothian region, was ceded by King Edgar of England and became part of Scotland in the tenth century. Haddington received burghal status, one of the earliest to do so, during the reign of David I (1124–1153), giving it trading rights which encouraged its growth into a market town. Quoted from Wikipedia

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire

02 Jun 2012 4 2 24
Cathcart Cemetery is a cemetery in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, which was opened in 1878 . It is named after the nearby neighbourhood of Cathcart on the southern outskirts of Glasgow, but does not actually fall within the city boundaries. It is bounded to the east by the White Cart Water, with Linn Park on the opposite bank. Quoted from Wikipedia

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