Lt John Nigel Macrae

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Reference WMO269766

Address:

St Finan's Church

Otter Ferery Road (B8000)

Kilfinan, Argyll and Bute

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Bronze
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Raised
About the memorial: Bronze plaque on marble panel, inside church.
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Coat of Arms at top. TO THE GLORY OF GOD / AND IN LOVING MEMORY / OF DUNCAN MACRAE / D.L. J.P. OF CONCHRA / 5TH SON OF MAJOR COLIN / MACRAE OF CONCHRA / 75TH (ABERCROMBY'S) HIGHLANDERS / AND HIS WIFE ISABELLA / MACRA OF ARDINTOUL, / WHO DIED AT KAMES CASTLE / ISLE OF BUTE (THE PROPERTY / OF HIS KINSMAN JOHN 3RD / MARQUIS OF BUTE K.T.) / 14TH DEC. 1898 AGED 82 / REQUIESCAT IN PACE / AND HIS WIFE GRACE STEWART (OVER BLARISH / CADET OF GARTH) WHO DIED AT BARNLONGART / OTTER FERRY 30TH APRIL 1912 AGED 83. / AND / JOHN NIGEL MACRAE / LIEUT. 11TH ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH) / CAPTAIN R.A.F. YOUNGER SON OF STUART / MACRAE OF CONCHRA, KILLED FLYING / IN FRANCE, 11TH APRIL 1918, AGED 24. / ERECTED BY / LIEUT. COL. JOHN MACRAE-GILSTRAP. LATE / COMMANDING 11TH ROYAL HIGHLANDERS / (BLACK WATCH) 1914 - 1918. AND HIS WIFE / ISABELLA MARY (NEE GILSTRAP) OF EILEAN / DONAN, ROSS-SHIRE AND BALLIMORE, ARGYLL / 1920

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