Author Topic: Thomas Stewart shipowner in Perth burried at Greyfriars  (Read 2089 times)

Offline buckhyne

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Re: Thomas Stewart shipowner in Perth burried at Greyfriars
« Reply #18 on: Sunday 15 January 17 08:27 GMT (UK) »
I'm sorry tae hear that but hopefully next summer.
Lawrie name in Fife (and elsewhere) with all its various spellings.

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Re: Thomas Stewart shipowner in Perth burried at Greyfriars
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 12 September 17 10:13 BST (UK) »
The photographs that I posted in posts #5 & #12 have been deleted by the website that was holding my images.
I have recreated the posts here.
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Hi Jeanie,
you can book your flight as I've found the headstone of Mary Stewart.

That's it, the first one on the right




Erected in memory of
MARY STEWART
Widow of
PATRICK STEWART
Merchant, New York, US
Who died at Perth, 12 Jan.1847
Aged 72 years





My walking stick on the back of Mary Stewart headstone

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Re: Thomas Stewart shipowner in Perth burried at Greyfriars
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 12 September 17 10:15 BST (UK) »
and....

Hi jeanie,
Greyfriars Burying Ground is rectangular in shape, isn't very big and you cannae get lost.
If you come in the main entrance off Canal Street directly ahead is the central path.
Head up the path to almost the south wall and there is your headstone.






Lawrie name in Fife (and elsewhere) with all its various spellings.