Alexander Fraser and Sergeant William Fraser
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- Stone Granite
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Boer War, First (1880-1881)
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In memory of Alexander Fraser, retired Hotel Keeper, Inverness died 2nd March 1883. Also of his wife Ann MacLennan who died 2nd July 1890 aged 42 years. And their only son Alexander Fraser, late of the Lovat Scouts and beloved husband of Jane Rosinka of Antwerp died Nov 1918 of wounds received on active service. Interred at East CambraI British Cemetery, France age 33. Erected by Alexander Fraser, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Inverness in memory of his father William Fraser who died 25th July 1859 aged 42 and of his mother Jane Michael who died 19th March 1880 aged 72. Also of his brother Simon drowned while bathing 1st April 1865 aged 25. William, Sergeant 92nd Gordon Highlanders who fell on Majuba Hill, South Africa Feb 1881.