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

William Ayton grave monument: legible names and details

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William Ayton
1970551915first name on monument
James Ayton
1974921882father of William Ayton
Bridget Sweeney
1975861889mother of William Ayton
Sarah Ruane
2002821920wife of William Ayton

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James and Bridget Ayton were my maternal grandparents, and I was lucky enough to know them very well and to spend all my childhood holidays from industrial England to their lovely farm ( Standingfauld) in the beauty of Perthshire. The other 2 people buried in this grave are my Uncle Willie and his wife. I was stunned to see this site as I googled the Catholic Church and cemetery which I used to visit so often in my youth---and indeed for my Grandma's funeral in 1975---I travelled by train from my career in London. I have to say that your endeavours are a wonderful gesture which can help people to remember.....and this picture will accompany all my genealogical papers which my own son will inherit in due course. It is a weird and sad feeling to know that once I and my generation are gone ( I am now 64), nobody in the world will actually have known these remarkable people like my beloved grandparents, born in the 1800s---they will merely be names on paper and gravestones...... As my mother was one of 9 children, I have other relatives in St Fillans Catholic Cemetery, including my Godmother,Elizabeth Laing( my mother's sister)----and I hope you won't mind if I make more requests of you in coming weeks/months. Thanking you in advance. If you do not mind a question, I would really like to know why you should have photographed every grave in this ( and indeed other) cemeteries ? As a genealogist who has rambled around many graveyards, I cannot imagine taking so many photos en masse.....what an aid they would have been for so many searchers in different parts of the UK. Thx again.
(requested on 17 04 2013)
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Location of the above William Ayton monument

Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland

Ford Road Cemetery, Crieff
Ford Road Cemetery

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