William McKay grave monument in Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland

William McKay grave monument: legible names and details

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agebirth
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William McKay
1959 first name on monument
Alexander (Sandy) McKay
son of William McKay
Elizabeth Stevenson
1969 wife of William McKay


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The names above are all the names that are listed on the grave monument. It is most likely that only the entries with dates and ages are interred in the grave.

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Hello. I would appreciate a copy of the enclosed image as I am researching my brother-in-laws family tree and the persons mentioned are his great grandparents. I would like to be able to include this in the family file that I am putting together of his family tree. Many Thanks
i want to give it 2 my daughter which is mr sandy mckay daughter
William and Elizabeth McKay were my grandparents. I was born in England in 1958 and never got to know them. I would love to find out more about the family I never knew. I know I have cousins in the area, but we've lost touch. I remember Ford road cemetery, my uncle Sandy who is also mentioned on the stone lived at Ford house in Ford road. My father left Crieff to join the Black Watch in 1934 and only returned for holidays. The town remained in his heart until he died) This could be the first steps to finding my past. Kind regards Miriam Galloway nee McKay.
I believe he could be family, my mothers name was Mary Elizabeth McKay her fathers name was Robert McKay, he came from a big family from criff he had a few brothers who joined the black watch in 1933, I am trying to find out about my mothers family so I would love to receive the image.
This is the gravestone of my brother in laws Gt Gt Grandparents. I am currently building his family tree for him and wish to add a copy of this in with other pictures. Many Thanks
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Location of the above William McKay monument

Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland

Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff
Ford Road Cemetery

Reasons why the image for this memorial was requested

Hello. I would appreciate a copy of the enclosed image as I am researching my brother-in-laws family tree and the persons mentioned are his great grandparents. I would like to be able to include this in the family file that I am putting together of his family tree. Many Thanks
i want to give it 2 my daughter which is mr sandy mckay daughter
William and Elizabeth McKay were my grandparents. I was born in England in 1958 and never got to know them. I would love to find out more about the family I never knew. I know I have cousins in the area, but we've lost touch. I remember Ford road cemetery, my uncle Sandy who is also mentioned on the stone lived at Ford house in Ford road. My father left Crieff to join the Black Watch in 1934 and only returned for holidays. The town remained in his heart until he died) This could be the first steps to finding my past. Kind regards Miriam Galloway nee McKay.
I believe he could be family, my mothers name was Mary Elizabeth McKay her fathers name was Robert McKay, he came from a big family from criff he had a few brothers who joined the black watch in 1933, I am trying to find out about my mothers family so I would love to receive the image.
This is the gravestone of my brother in laws Gt Gt Grandparents. I am currently building his family tree for him and wish to add a copy of this in with other pictures. Many Thanks

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