Patrick Neill Fraser grave monument in Dean 2j Cemetery, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland
Patrick Neill Fraser grave monument: legible names and details
|1905||first name on monument|
|1915||daughter of Patrick Neill Fraser||Margaret, known as Madge, wasa prominent golfer with the Midlothian County Ladies Golf Association and she represented Scotland in International matches every year from 1905 to 1914. She was also a member of St. Andrew’s Ambulance Association and qualified in First Aid and Nursing. In 1914 Madge joined the Scottish Women’s Hospital went to Serbia to assist in tending the many wounded under the authority of the French Red Cross. However there was a typhus epidemic in the area to which Madge sadly became a victim and she died on 8th March 1915. Madge is buried in Chela Kula Military Cemetery, Nis, Serbia.|
|1916||son of Patrick Neill Fraser||Patrick a Lieutenant in command of a company of the 2nd Battalion, Border Regiment who was killed in 1st July 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme and is buried in the Citadel New Military Cemetery, Fricourt, France|
|1946||son of Patrick Neill Fraser|
|1927||wife of Patrick Neill Fraser|
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