Stewart Wright grave monument in High Blantyre Cemetery, Blantyre

Stewart Wright grave monument: legible names and details

full nameagebirthdeathrelationshipnotes
Rev Stewart Wright5818291887minister of HMJS Madras and Blantyre
Elizabeth Stewart Wright1718691886daughter of Stewart Wright
Mary Harriet Wright6918591928daughter of Stewart Wright
Alice Narcissa Wright6918611930daughter of Stewart Wright
Dora Stewart Wright5918721931daughter of Stewart Wright
Annie Campbell Wright7518571932daughter of Stewart Wright
Rev Colin Smith father-in-law of Stewart Wright
William Stewart Wright5618881944son of Stewart Wright
Alice Wright nee Smith7818351913wife of Stewart Wrightdaughter of Very Rev Colin Smith

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Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.

The calculated dates of birth should be treated with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate.

Elizabeth Grieve took and indexed these photographs.

This grave has been viewed 257 times since 8 Jan 2014 when these statistics were first collected.

This grave has been requested once since 8 Jan 2014 when these statistics were first collected.

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Reasons why the image for this monument was requested

To check the quality against images I have taken to see if what I have is good enough. I have photographed all memorials in East Kilbride cemetery and several churchyards in South Lanarkshire

Location of the above Stewart Wright grave monument

High Blantyre Cemetery, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland

High Blantyre Cemetery, Blantyre
High Blantyre Cemetery

Notes about High Blantyre

This is a municipal cemetery therefore no church attached. The quality of some stones is poor and there is much vandalism of most of the older stones.