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Dr. ALEXANDER DEWAR, R.N., Physician to the Fleet
Who died on the 21st day of December 1838 aged 56 years
Husband of MARGARET ROSAMUND GEDDES



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Captain JOHN FRASER for many years Adjutant of the Stirling Militia
Who died on the 10th of February 1853 aged 76 years



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Captain George Galbraith, Late of the 1st or Royal Regiment of Foot died 18th June 1827 aged 44 years.



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Lieut. MARCUS MARR of the 71st Regt. of Foot, who died 4th September 1799 aged 27



A soldier of undaunted bravery, unaffected modesty and undiminished honour
To whose memory in testimony of their esteem and affection
His Brother Officers have consecrated this monument.
DIGNUM LAUDE VARUM FAMA VETAT MORI


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W. McKILLOP, Royal Artillery 1804



The year 1804 does not necessarily mean that this was the date of death of any one individual. Many older stones bear the date on which the Lair or Plot was purchased.


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Lt. ColoneL COLIN JAMES MILNES, C.B., Late of H.M. 65th Regt.,
Who died at Stirling 26th October 1853 aged 78 years
Youngest son of Rev’d James Milnes





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JOHN RUNCIMAN, Surgeon, Royal Navy, died 4th August 1865 aged 74 years
Son of Alexander and Janet Runciman (nee Blair)





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GIDEON COLQUHOUN SCONCE, Lieutenant, Indian Navy
Died at London 31st March 1911 aged 76 years


JAMES SCONCE, Colonel, Indian Army
Died 19th December 1919 aged 82 years, buried in Edinburgh



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Lieut. Colonel GEORGE WILSON, D.S.O., King’s Own Lancaster Regt., born 1869, died 1936
Son of Robert and Janet McFarlane Wilson (nee Anderson)



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