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Kath (#46926839)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in genealogy for some years and have been sent headstone photos from several people abroad. I would like to help out others in the same way.

I am slowly uploading headstone photos I have taken from Arbroath Abbey graveyard, and would be happy to share with anyone who would like one.

Please send me a message and ask me if I have a photo for the ancestor you are researching in the Arbroath Abbey graveyard ONLY.
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David talbot
Buried in the abbey stone is in row 27, if you could snap a photo possibly when you get time.
Added by Pixturmn on Jun 07, 2013 9:01 AM
RE: Jack stone
Hi, hope all is well.

If you get a chance to go to the abbey I am looking for James and Beatice Cargill stone, Row 22, space 20.........and David Jack. Row 31, space 4.

Many thanks, hope the move went okay.

Scott Jack
Added by Pixturmn on Feb 03, 2013 9:55 PM
RE: Arbroath Eastern
Hi Kath,

Sorry I missed this message somehow until now when I logged in to see if anything new was here!

At Arbroath Eastern:

I am interested in a Margaret Anderson Renny died on Jan/Feb 1904 I believe the headstone or whomever is buried there with her might get me "unstuck"

Alexander Renny d. 6 Apr 1919

At Arbroath Western:
I have a grave reference of F/332 For Margaret Renny, Margaret McLachlan and Alexander Renny 1876 I believe more members are there.

Grave ref E582 For Anderson and Davidson

The surnames I am looking for are Renny, Anderson, Ducat, Trail, Jamieson, McLachlan.

Thank you so much again for helping! I wish I could take a trip up there!

Added by monterey71 on Dec 28, 2012 6:28 PM
Sherri Lynn
RE: Family in the Abbey
Thank you Kath ! Good luck with your move. I will look forward to seeing a higher res. image to help me decipher a few of the words on the stone.

Best Regards,
Added by Sherri Lynn on Nov 04, 2012 3:03 PM
RE: Jack stone
No worries, moving is always loads of fun!
Added by Pixturmn on Nov 04, 2012 8:01 AM
Sherri Lynn
Family in the Abbey
Hi Kath,

A few of the family names buried in the Abbey are Christie, Cramond, Tosh, Bothwell, Barclay, perhaps Irvine, Ruxton, Whitelaw. To name a few.If you have any images with those names it would be a delight to receives them and be valuable addition to my genealogical research.

Thank you in advance for checking.
Added by Sherri Lynn on Nov 03, 2012 1:25 AM
RE: Jack stone
many thanks
Added by Pixturmn on Sep 30, 2012 7:58 AM
RE: Jack stone
Hi Kath:

Hope you ar well, we have been surviving a very ot summer with the past several days of 100 degree + weather. We are on the ocean so it usually never gets warmer than 80 in the summer.

In my quest for family tree info, I have discovered another part of the family in the Abbey - Sturrock - #570. Actually I think the name on the stone is Webster with the name Isabella Sturrock farther down the stone. Please let me know if you come accross it.



Added by Pixturmn on Sep 16, 2012 7:49 AM
james jack

Thanks for all your help. I discovered thst James Jack and wife and 4 inant children are all buried in that plot where the stones are gone. Evidently, according to the internment records they are 3 feet north and 8 foot east of Robert Smalls stone 804.

Hve a nice wekend.

Added by Pixturmn on Aug 19, 2012 7:35 AM
RE: Caird stone

Next time your at the abbey, David Jack Row 31 #4, I think his wife Elizabeth brough is there too.

Understand you have had some nice weather lately.


Added by Pixturmn on Aug 11, 2012 8:48 PM
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