Angel, Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews

Angels & Graveyard Monuments


Angel, Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews

19 Oct 2013 10 8 64
"An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

Angel, Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews

19 Oct 2013 7 4 62
"An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

Angel, Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews

04 Jan 2014 9 6 49
"An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

Praying Angel in the Rain

19 Nov 2016 11 14 57
Dumbarton Cemetery has the history of the town written on tablets of stone. Quoted from an article in Scotland's Daily Record

Angel, Saint Andrews Eastern Cemetery

26 Apr 2018 2 105
"An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

Angel

04 Jul 2018 3 2 111
Kilkerran Cemetery, Campbeltown

Angel, Old Town Cemetery, Stirling

27 Nov 2018 10 10 210
Spreading over the valley between the Castle and the Church of the Holy Rude the Old Town Cemetery is of outstanding importance within the historic landscape of Stirling. Quoted from the Old Town Cemetery website . "We know of no sweeter cemetery in all of our wanderings than that of Stirling." (William Wordsworth)

Angel in the Rain

19 Nov 2016 6 4 39
Dumbarton Cemetery has the history of the town written on tablets of stone. Quoted from an article in Scotland's Daily Record

Centotaph

01 Nov 2016 1 2 70
Cenotaph, Levengrove Park, Dumbarton, Scotland

Wigtown Martyrs Monument, Old Town Cemetery, Stirl…

13 Jul 2018 1 2 86
Margaret Wilson (c. 1667 – 11 May 1685) was a young Scottish Covenanter, from Wigtown in Scotland executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan. The two Margarets were known as the Wigtown Martyrs. Wilson became the more famous of the two because of her youth. As a teenager, her faith unto death became celebrated as part of the martyrology of Presbyterian churches. Quoted from Wikipedia .

Angel Campbeltown Cemetery

11 Jun 2018 1 2 94
The cemetery on the Ralston Genealogy website.

Wigtown Martyrs Monument, Old Town Cemetery, Stirl…

27 Nov 2018 15 18 168
Margaret Wilson (c. 1667 – 11 May 1685) was a young Scottish Covenanter, from Wigtown in Scotland executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan. The two Margarets were known as the Wigtown Martyrs. Wilson became the more famous of the two because of her youth. As a teenager, her faith unto death became celebrated as part of the martyrology of Presbyterian churches. Quoted from Wikipedia .

Statue of Victory, Cenotaph, Levengrove, Dumbarton

26 Mar 2019 15 16 94
This war memorial stands on the north bank of the Clyde at the edge of Dumbarton`s Levengrove Park and bears the name of the Fallen from both World Wars. Quoted from the Clydeside Images website .

Sadness

17 Nov 2016 8 10 40
Dumbarton Cemetery has the history of the town written on tablets of stone. Quoted from an article in Scotland's Daily Record

Wee Angel with Missing Wing

01 Jan 2000 8 8 60
Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh

Statue with Missing Arm

21 Mar 2013 7 2 40
Eastwood New Cemetery, Thornliebank, Glasgow

St Mary's Churchyard, Haddington

19 Jul 2014 13 6 58
St Mary's Churchyard, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland

Cathcart Cemetery, East Renfrewshire


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