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Paton Gravestones Rossie Island Cemetery Montrose Angus Scotland [00:42]
Tour Scotland video of the Paton gravestones on visit to Rossie Island cemetery in Montrose, Angus.
Clyne Gravestone Rossie Island Cemetery Montrose Angus Scotland [00:27]
Tour Scotland video of the Alexander Clyne gravestone on visit to Rossie Island cemetery in Montrose, Angus. Alexander was was born on the 18th of July 1833 in Menmuir, Forfar. He lived in Tigerton in Menmuir, Angus in 1841. He lived in Lethnot and Navar in 1851. In 1855 Alexander was a Farm Servant in Newhouse, Glamis. He lived in Newton in Glamis, Angus in 1855. He lived in Myreton in Murroes in 1856. Alexander lived in Hillhead in Kirriemuir in 1858. Between 1861 and 1881 he was a County Police Constable in Forfar. He lived in New Road, Forfar in 1861. Alexander lived at 76 Castle Street in Forfar in 1862. He lived at 25 Manor Street in Forfar in 1863. He lived in 8 Esk Street, Craig in 1871. In 1871 Alexander was an a county constable in Craig. He lived at 1 West Terrace, Craig in 1881. Alexander lived in Burnside House, West Terrace, Ferryden, Craig in 1901. In 1901 he was an Inspector of the Poor in Craig. He died on 11th of December 1902 at the age of 69 in Burnside House, West Terrace, Ferryden, Craig.
Craigtoun Hospital By St Andrews Fife Scotland [00:49]
Tour Scotland March video of the now derelict Craigtoun Hospital on visit to St Andrews, Fife. Craigtoun Hospital was was at one time a mansion house owned by the Younger family who also previously owned Craigtoun Park itself. Dr James and Mrs Annie Younger, of the famous family of Scottish Brewers, lived here, at Mount Melville, as it was called when they were in residence. Many good causes in East Fife benefited from Dr and Mrs Younger's generosity. Deeply interested in the Episcopal Church, Mrs Younger was responsible for the completion of All Saints' Church in the 1920s and the Rectory of the Church completed in 1939. She and her husband donated the Younger Hall to the University of St Andrews. It was built at a cost of £90000 and formally opened in 1929 by the Duchess of York when it was presented to the University. Mrs Younger was President of the St Andrews Horticultural Association and for many years the exhibit of flowers from Mount Melville gardens was a feature of the shows. She took an interest in the St Andrews Cottage Hospital, and each year gave a Christmas dinner to staff and patients. Mrs Younger died in August 1942 aged 78, and is buried in the Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews.
Scotland Edinburgh Castle 1pm Gun [00:23]
Scotland Edinburgh Castle 1pm Gun
Vincent Lewis Rorison Gravestone Perth Perthshire Scotland [00:32]
Tour Scotland video of the Vincent Lewis Rorison gravestone on visit to the Wellshill cemetery in Perth, Perthshire. Vincent was an Anglican priest in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was born in 1851 and educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond and the University of Aberdeen. Ordained in 1874, he was Chaplain to the Bishop of Aberdeen, after which he was Rector of St John's Forfar before being appointed Provost of St Ninian's Cathedral, Perth in 1985, a post he held for 16 years. His final appointment was as Dean of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane. He died on the 27th of August 1910