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Forgan Kirkyard - The Gravestones

These inscriptions were recorded between 1992 and 1997. Some of the photos were taken at that time but most have been taken within the past 10 years. Since I did the original surveys, weather and time have taken their toll - some of the inscriptions are no longer visible and some stones have fallen face down.

Quite a few photos have still to be taken.


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The Gravestones:

The stone numbers only refer to this website. They are not used anywhere else.

Indistinct characters have been inserted in (round brackets); missing characters are shown by a single dot; longer gaps by a series of 3 dots; editorial additions are inserted in [square brackets]. Most of the inscriptions are on the east side of the stones. Where there are inscriptions on more than 1 side, this is indicated.

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31 PlanSacred to the memory of William Just, third son of David Just feuar Newport who died 10 August 1845 aged 24 years; his 5th son Thomas who died 25 September 1845 aged 21 years; also his 2nd daughter Jane who died in infancy 1816; his 5th daughter Elizabeth who died 9 January 1847 aged 18 years; his 3rd daughter Jane who died 4 May 1849 aged 26 years; Margaret who died December 1851 aged 38 years; also the said David Just died 11 June 1858 aged 76 years; also his faithful wife Elizabeth Gibson died 16 January 1872 aged 82 years; Annie died 8 December 1906 aged 81 years.


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