Reference 86 (M82)

Stone Type:-
Stone Dimensions:-
106cm High
76cm Wide
19cm Thick
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South Face:-
East Face:-
... affectionate memory of her dear husband ALEXANDER MILLAR aged 44 years and her son JAMES MILLAR aged 18 years who were both drowned. Her husband being chief mate and her son second mate of the Barque "Henry Tanner" of London when that vessel was wrecked on Cape Ras Haffoon, North Eastern Africa 18th August 1858. Also in fond remembrance of JOHN MILLAR her son, died and buried here 21st June 1851 aged 14 years. Also in memory of JOHN ............. who lost his life by the goundering of the ship "Invererne" Jany 1st 1877 aged 25 years; ELIZABETH PETER who died March 3rd 1905 aged 92 years.
West Face:-
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Notes:- None

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