Videos tagged with "monument"
War Memorial Leuchars Fife Scotland [00:46]
Tour Scotland March video of the War Memorial by Leuchars on visit to North East Fife. This Scottish monument stands on a rise south of the cemetery, adjacent to St. Michael's Golf Course. World War I, Roll of Honour. Adam Andrew Private, Anderson Daniel Sergeant Military Medal, Anderson Fulton Corporal, Angus Matthew Lance Corporal, Armitt David Private, Bannerman James Captain, Bell Thomas Private, Bett George D. Private, Bissett John Private, Boyd William C. Sergeant, Broom Cyril T. Lieutenant, Brown James Private, Brown Peter Lance Corporal, Brown Thomas Lance Corporal, Carswell Duncan Private, Christie John Lance Corporal, Corlett W. Private, Cowans Reg. NS Sergeant Military Medal and Bar, Croll Andrew Private, Cunningham Henry J. Private, David Bisset Private, Duffus Charles Sergeant Military Medal and Bar, Duncan John AS Private, Falconer David Chief Engineer, Ferguson Frank Sergeant, Finlay David Sergeant Victoria Cross, Grant Alexander Private, Gray Clunie Private, Gray David Private, Guthrie Alfred Private, Hampton Alfred Private, Harvey James Private, Henderson John Corporal, Henderson Robert Captain, Henderson Robert Private, Jack Andrew H. Private, Kirkcaldy David Private, Law Duncan H. Private, Martin Alexander Private, McDonald James Private, McGillivray Robert Private, McGregor Robert C. Private, McKenzie Colin Piper, Miller Archibald Private, Morrison James Private, Mowbray CRL Trooper, Mussett John Seaman, Myles Andrew Private Military Medal, Myles James ...
War Memorial Inverkeilor Angus Scotland [00:51]
Tour Scotland video of the War Memorial on visit to Inverkeilor, Angus. This monument stands in the graveyard in front of the church. WWI, Roll of Honour; Anderson G.Highland Light Infantry Private, Brown J. Seaforth Highlanders Private, Burnett W. Royal Engineers Sergeant, Chaplin D. Gordon Highlanders Lance Corporal, Crabb W. Australians Corporal, Donaldson D. Black Watch Private, Garrard E. Gordon Highlanders Lieutenant, Gibb Scots Guards Private, Gibb A. Royal Scots Corporal, Howe DL Canadians Private Canadian Mounted Rifles, Kennedy A. Canadians Private, Kennedy D. Black Watch Private, Kydd D. Black Watch Private, Lamb D. Royal Garrison Artillery Gunner, Lawson J. Royal Navy Able Seaman, Lowe W. Royal Scots Private, Macaulay C. Black Watch Private, Macaulay D. Black Watch Private, MacGregor AJ Black Watch Captain, McGregor A. Highland Light Infantry Private, Orrock G. Black Watch Private, Paula A. Black Watch Private, Ritchie W. Black Watch Lance Corporal, Shepherd R. Highland Light Infantry Private, Shepherd W. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Private, Smith C. Black Watch Private, Smith E. Sherwood Foresters Private, Smith G. Black watch Private, Stephen D. Black Watch Lance Corporal, Stephen J. Canadians Private, Stewart D. Cameron Highlanders Private, Stewart J.Canadians Private, Stewart D. Cameron Highlanders Private, Taylor, Artillery Gunner, Taylor GL Black Watch Private, Thomson R. Black Watch Private, Thomson R, Black Watch Private, Valentine AD, Cameron ...
Raits Of Anniston Memorial Gravestone Inverkeilor Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland video of the Raits of Anniston memorial gravestone on visit to Inverkeilor, Angus. In memory of John Rait Esquire of Anniston born 1748, died at Anniston 1823. And of his wife Elizabeth Guthrie, daughter of James Guthrie Esquire of Craigie who died in 1814 and of their children, William who died at Anniston in 1806, Georgina Henrietta who died in 1812, John who died in 1815, Agnes, wife of George Arbuthnott Esquire of Mavisbank third son of Sir William Arbuthnott, Bart. who died in London in 1842. Alexander who died in 1830 whilst home on sick leave from the Madras Cavalry. Murray who died at Anniston in 1819. JAMES who erected this monument is the only survivor. In loving memory of Walter Garnet Rait son of Arthur Rait of Anniston and of Kathleen Georgina his wife " Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori " And in ever loving memory of Eileen Anna Arbuthnott Rait of Anniston, who died on Thursday the 11th of January 1904, aged 23; only and much beloved daughter of Colonel Rait, CB of Anniston, and his wife Kathleen Georgina, youngest daughter of Walter Arbuthnott of Hatton, Montrose. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God: Matthew. V.VIII. Also Gertrude Jean Rait, daughter of the late James Rait Esquire of Anniston and Lady Clementina Rait his wife and sister of the above Colonel Arthur John Rait CB of Anniston who died at Annesley Arbroath on the 9th day of September 1922.
Dunfermline Abbey Fife Scotland [01:51]
Tour Scotland video of photograph of Dunfermline Abbey on visit to West Fife. Dunfermline Abbey is a Church of Scotland Parish Church. The church occupies the site of the ancient chancel and transepts of a large medieval Benedictine abbey, which was sacked in 1560 during the Scottish Reformation and permitted to fall into disrepair. Part of the old abbey church continued in use at that time and some parts of the abbey infrastructure still remain to this day. Dunfermline Abbey is one of Scotland's most important cultural sites. The Benedictine Abbey of the Holy Trinity and St Margaret, was founded in 1128 by King David I of Scotland, but the monastic establishment was based on an earlier foundation dating back to the reign of King Malcolm Canmore. Saint Margaret of Scotland was buried here in 1093; on 19th June 1250. King Robert the Bruce was buried, in 1329, in the choir, now the site of the present parish church. Bruce's heart rests in Melrose, but his bones lie in Dunfermline Abbey, where, after the discovery of the skeleton in 1818, they were reinterred with fitting pomp below the pulpit of the New church. In 1891 the pulpit was moved back and a monumental brass inserted in the floor to indicate the royal vault. A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.
Dupplin Cross Pictish Stone Dunning Perthshire Scotland [01:01]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of The Dupplin Cross on visit to St Serf's church in Dunning, Perthshire. This is carved, monumental Pictish stone, which dates from around 800 AD It was first recorded by Thomas Pennant in 1769, on a hillside in Strathearn, a little to the north of Forteviot and Dunning. The cross is carved with various scenes, religious, martial and traditional Pictish animal carvings. A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.