Robert Jamieson grave monument in Municipal IJ Cemetery, West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland

Robert Jamieson grave monument: legible names and details

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Robert Jamieson
1943771866first name on monumentIMO Robert Jamieson beloved husband of Marion Frame died 24th Sep 1943 aged 77 Also their son John killed in Action in France 27th March 1918 aged 19 Also their daughter Elizabeth died 13th Feb 1932 aged 32 The above Marion Frame died 24th Sept 1954 aged 82
Elizabeth Jamieson
1932321900daughter of Robert Jamieson
John Jamieson
1918191899son of Robert JamiesonKIA - WW1 - France
Marion Jamieson nee Frame
1954821872wife of Robert Jamieson

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Location of the above Robert Jamieson monument

Municipal IJ Cemetery, West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland

Municipal IJ Cemetery, West Calder
Municipal IJ Cemetery

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