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First Kennedy owner of Knockgray, depicting the family coat of arms. He died in 1738 and is buried in Straiton kirkyard

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With his second wife Charlotte Isablella Cust. This is in the ‘new’ St. Michael’s Churchyard in Dumfries

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The Kennedy Stone impaling Ewart of ulloch. It has been moved several times and is therefore damaged.

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St Michael’s Graveyard Dumfries

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Gravestone 201

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Including son Roger Gordon in Kells Kirkyard New Galloway

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Including son Roger Gordon in Kells Kirkyard New Galloway

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Kells Kirkyard New Galloway

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The inscription reads: "Here lies the corps of Rev Thomas Verner who served his generation according to the will of God in the Gospel at Balmaclellan for 59 years. He died on 10th September 1716, the last of the old Presbyterian ministers that…

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In memory of Robert Stewart and John Grierson

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In memory of John BONE, miner Woodhead Lead mines who met a premature death in the mines 17th December 1849 aged 51 years. Also Marion MOFFAT his wife who died 7th August 1873 aged 77 years.

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copy of unknown original

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L-R Miss Helen Lawrence, Mrs Peter Campbell, Miss Diana Lawrence, Miss Molly Campbell, Mrs Bessie Cunningham. Mrs Jean Johnston, Mrs Minnie McNae, Doris McNae, Jim McNae, Brian Johnston

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from 1997 exhibition

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Muirdrochwood 6th February 1855

Sir
The favour of your Company here on Tuesday the 6th current, at 12 o’clock noon, to attend the Funeral of James Barbour, my Father, to the place of interment in Dalry Church-yard, will much oblige.

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The Manse, Carsphairn 26th November 1869

Sir
The Favour of your Company to attend the Funeral of my Uncle, the Rev. David Welsh, from this to the place of Interment, in Carsphairn Church-Yard on Friday 26th instant, at One o’clock P.M., is…

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Sent by James Carruthers (husband) to Mr Robert McMillan
Balmaclellan Village 6th June 1854

Sir
The favour of your Company here, on Tuesday, the 6th current, at 12 o’clock noon, to attend the Funeral of Agnes Cannan, my Wife, to the place…

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To Mr William Campbell & sons.
22nd June 1805

Sir
My Father James Cannon died here on the 20th June.
The favour of your Company here on Thursday 27th June by 10 o’clock forenoon to witness his interent in Kells Church Yard will oblige.

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Garryhorn, Carsphairn, 6th August, 1873

Sir,
The favour of your company to attend the Funeral of Mary Sloss, relict of the late Mr William Sloss, Dalmellington Churchyard, on Saturday first, the 9th August, at Half-past Twelve o’clock…

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Sir,
The favour of your Company to attend the Funeral of Richard Jamieson my father from.............house here to the place of Interment in Carsphairn Churchyard on Friday the 24th August at 12 o’Clock much oblige

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Sir
The favour of your Company to attend the Funeral of James Sloss my Father from this house here to the place of Interment in Carsphairn Church Yard on Tuesday the 23rd Inst at One o’clock will much oblige.
Sir

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Glencrosh, 3rd December 1858

Sir,
The favour of your company here on Thursday the 9th current, at 10 o’clock A.M., to attend the Funeral of Robert McMillan, my Father, to the place of Interment in Caesphairn Church Yard, will much oblige.

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Sir,
My Aunt, Miss Agnes Wallace, died here on Friday last.

The favour of your Company, on Thursday first, the 7th February, at Twelve o’Clock, to attend her Remains from this to the Place of Interment in Carsphairn Churchyard, is repectfully…

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Lamloch, Carsphairn,
10th April, 1865.



Sir,


The favour of your Company to attend the Funeral of my Father, from this to the Place of Interment in Carsphairn Churchyard, on Friday first, the 14th current, at One o’clock,…

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Shancastle, Glencairn, 7th September 1863.

Sir,

Margaret Wallace, my Wife, died here this morning, and is to be interred in the Churchyard of Glencairn, on Friday first, the 11th current.

Your company on that occasion, at Twelve o’clock…

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Kilmore, Carsphairn

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Signed W F Dickson (Friend)

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Receipt for Burial Ground

Mr Gibson Stewart, Blacksmith, Carsphairn

Burial Grounds Rights

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Unveiling of 2nd World War Memorial tablet

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Programmes x 3

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From Photo Album (Photo_523) and referred to in doc CHG_34.

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From Photo Album (Photo_523) and referred to in doc CHG_34.

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(Plaque on wall) Here are deposited the remains of the Rev. Thomas CANNAN who was ordained minister of New Spinie 17th 1818 inducted to the care of the Parish of Carsphairn September 1826 and who departed this life universally lamented 10th…

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located in Montreal, Canada

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Ralph Forlow Memorial - looking north toward Corserine

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Ralph Forlow Memorial - and walled garden

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Ralph Forlow Memorial - amongst the daffodils

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Ralph Forlow Memorial - near Loch Dungeon, Rhinns of Kells

FH_McCulloch_2.pdf
In the inside cover of this folder is detailed information on seven generations of the McCulloch family as well as births, marriages and death certificated as well as family photographs.

There is more information on James McCulloch, the…

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Aerial Photo

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Dedication of additions to War Memorial WWII

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Dedication of additions to War Memorial WWII

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Dedication of additions to War Memorial WWII

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Inscription 1699

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Plaque shown in photo 38

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Gamekeeper, the Mines, who perished here in a snow storm, found 26th Dec 1925, after 3 day search

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R.G. G.G. Faithful Robert GRIERSON dothly beid this stone who in his life tyme was repufe and honest one religion he did awn when few H fernity is come where he is high advanced who died FE. H of Jyne 1699 aged 50 (sic).

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Laser copy

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Laser copy

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Professor of Natural Philosophy, University of St Andrews, born Waterhead.
Gravestone in St Andrews Fife kirkyard.

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Jimmy Martin & Alan Hunter

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Leader Hughie Martin, Jimmy Martin, Alan Hunter

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Minister, Rev Sievewright

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Monumental Inscriptions Update; Carsphairn Show; Conventicle near the Palfern Burn, Clatteringshaws, Sunday April 28th 2013; The Coronation Celebrations Carsphairn news reported in the Galloway News on 6th June 1953; Memories of Carsphairn. John…

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Ten Tears On – A Celebration; The Visitor’s Book 2002; The last excerpt from Alexander McKay on his days at school in Carsphairn 1840s-50s; Carsphairn War Memorial; Notice: Postcards of Carsphairn; Historic Church Ceremony at Carsphairn; Notice:…

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Chairman’s Notes; Carsphairn Revisited; Frontispiece: Peddy Train by Jane Abel; Endangered Speeches; The Change in Farm Names Over The Centuries; 100 Years Ago and 70 Years Ago (Extracts from Dumfries Standard); Ode to the Heritage Centre.

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Crockery – plate, cup & saucer, War Memorial Commemorative

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War Memorial and Golf Course, Carsphairn

McCormick.pdf
This information on the McCormick family is primarily a collection of gravestone inscriptions in Carsphairn Kirkyard together with some 1871 census extracts from the Glenkens parishes with correspondence regarding missing links in the family tree.

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Boeing KB-29P 44-83950, Brockloch

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Postcard showing images of Carsphairn.
Reverse shows: Carspairn postmark. One penny stamp 1/9/19


Transcript To Mrs McNaughton, Viewbank, Craigie, Perth'
I arrived safely after a very nice journey. It was beautiful all the way. I've . .ised…

KI_List.pdf
List of inscriptions on memorials and graves in Carsphairn Kirkyard.

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Map of the location of graves and memorials in Carsphairn Kirkyard.
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