Private William Duncan

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Reference WMO/274961


Penninghame Old Churchyard

Princes Avenue

Newton Stewart



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Sandstone
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Addition to family gravestone
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Erected in memory of James Duncan who died 27th March 1886 aged 78 years also his wife Juliet Douglas who died 24th Octr 1882 aged 76 years also their son David Douglas who died 23rd May 1859 aged 25 years also their daughter Isabella Guthrie who died at Edinburgh 28th Feby 1882 aged 38 years also their son Robert Duncan who died 4th October 1882 aged 46 years also their daughters Helen and Jessie Douglas who both died in infancy also their grandchildren - Jessie Duncan who died 19th February 1881 aged 14 months, also Jessie Duncan who died 4th December 1887 aged two years and ten months also Eliza Duncan who died 16th February 1888 aged 7 years also Julia Douglas Duncan who died 18th May 1910 aged 27 years also their youngest son William Duncan who died at Glasgow 22nd March 1915 aged 66 years also their grandson Pte William Duncan RSF who was killed in action in France 9th April 1917 aged 25 years Deeply regretted also Jane Armstrong wife of the first named William Duncan who died 10th March 1920 aged 67 years.

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