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Archibald Brown 
 
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Ada, Robert and Archie Brown around 1909 
 
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Norman and Archie Brown and their wives - May 1979 Scone, Perthshire, Scotland 
 
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4 Brown brothers at a family reunion in 1949 
 
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Alasdair Lamont Brown, Charlotte (Margaret Murchie) Brown, Sheila (Val. Marie St.Julien Demariilka O'Maloney)Brown and Norman Lamont Brown - taken in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Alasdair & Sheila were visiting from Capetown, South Africa. Circa 1964

 
 
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Iain Grant Lamont Brown, Archibald John Davidson Brown (1928-2009), and Robert James Davidson Brown - taken Dec 2006 in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
 
 
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Archibald Brown's shop in Tobermory around 1900 
 
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Archie Clark doing the milk run from the farms 
 
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James Lamont, XIV of Knockdow 
 
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Benmore House, Dunoon, built by John Lamont 
 
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Water Wheel at Cascade on the River Estate West of Port of Spain as photographed by Norman Lamont of Knockdow found in an album at Inverchaolain Manse 
 
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Lamont Tombs Canaan, San Fernando, Trinidad as photographed by Normal Lamont of Knockdow found in an album at Inverchaolain Manse 
 
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Lamont Tombs Canaan, San Fernando, Trinidad as photographed by Normal Lamont of Knockdow found in an album at Inverchaolain Manse 
 
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Memorial Plate for Boyden and John Lamont in the church of Inverchaolain. It is however doubtful that the tablet was inscribed by Alexander and James Lamont as the church was destroyed by fire on Sunday, 9th April, 1911. The present church was built in 1912 and opened on 27th October of that year. It is possible Norman Lamont inscribed it. 
 
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1771-1810 map Inverchaolain Parish
1771-1810 map Inverchaolain Parish
1771-1810 map Inverchaolain Parish 
 
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Achilles D'Haeseleer
Achilles D'Haeseleer
Achilles D'Haeseleer 1902 - 1983 
 
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Ada and Archie Mathieson with other family
Ada and Archie Mathieson with other family
Ada and Archie Mathieson with other familie 
 
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Ada Blanche Walton headstone
Ada Blanche Walton headstone
mother
Ada Walton Mathieson
1876 - 1952 
 
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Ada Mathieson with children around 1915
Ada Mathieson with children around 1915
Ada Blanche Walton Mathieson with Archie, Blanche and Margaret 
 
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Adam Firth Jenkins Obituary
Adam Firth Jenkins Obituary
Source Mornington Standard Saturday 25 March 1911 page 2
Adam Firth Jenkins Obituary  
 
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Adelaide Matheson Obituary
Adelaide Matheson Obituary
 
 
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Adelaide Matheson with miss King and mother Minnie Potter
Adelaide Matheson with miss King and mother Minnie Potter
 
 
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Agnes and Cissy Seay
Agnes and Cissy Seay
 
 
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Agnes Seay
Agnes Seay
 
 
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Ailsa Claire (Holme)
Ailsa Claire (Holme)
 
 
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Alan Rex Somerville
Alan Rex Somerville
 
 
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Albertus Wynand Louw and Mona Alexa Elma Matheson headstone
Albertus Wynand Louw and Mona Alexa Elma Matheson headstone
Louw
In loving memory
Mona Alexa Elma born ???? 1901 died 21 11 1996
Albertus Wynand born 30 6 1909 died 31 1 1985 
 
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Alexander Hazle and Lucinda Anderson
Alexander Hazle and Lucinda Anderson
In loving memory of Alexander Hazle died 15th August 1956 aged 48 beloved husband of Lucinda Anderson died 30th Nov 2005 aged 99


Cherished Memories 
 
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Alexander McMeeking and family
Alexander McMeeking and family
In ever loving memory of Alexander McMeeking beloved husband of Annie K. McLaughlin who died 16th February 1938 aged 77 years. The above Annie McLaughlin who died 29th October 1939 aged 80 years. Their loving daughters Mary who died 9th March 1968 aged 75 years, Sarah McMeeking who died 31th May 1987 aged 96 years


Till we meet 
 
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Alexis Emmanuel Heyman
Alexis Emmanuel Heyman
Alexis Emmanuel Heyman 1867 - 1957 
 
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Alice Cesarina D'Haeseleer
Alice Cesarina D'Haeseleer
Alice Cesarina D'Haeseleer 1918 - 1992 
 
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Alice D'Haeseleer
Alice D'Haeseleer
Alice D'Haeseleer 1905 - 1989 
 
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Alice M Lane and Gordon McPherson headstone
Alice M Lane and Gordon McPherson headstone
Alice M. Lane 1894 - 1970 beloved wife of
Gordon McPherson 1895 - 1982
dear parents of Ruth 
 
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Alick MacNeill's Gravestone
Alick MacNeill's Gravestone
Alick MacNeill
14 May 1848 - 10 August 1871
Sailes from his home in Gigha Scotland on the Clipper MacDuff in 1869 in search of his brave new world in Australia 
 
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Allan Rodney Jones
Allan Rodney Jones
 
 
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Anderson Connelly family
Anderson Connelly family
In loving memory of John Anderson, beloved husband of Lucinda Connelly, who was born at Ayr Dec 1837, died at Burnside, Row, 9th Aug. 1887. Also their children Mary, died 10th July 1877, aged 15 years. John, died 13th Feb. 1861, aged 3 weeks. Agnes, died 1st Aug. 1897, aged 24 years. The Above Lucinda H. Connelly, died 27th June 1926 aged 90 years. Their daughter Janet died 19th July 1930, aged 59 years. Their son John died 28th Feb. 1947, aged 80 years.


A faithful husband, a father dear, while on earth with us was here, thy will be done 
 
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Anderson McMeeking
Anderson McMeeking
In loving memory of Ann Jane Lang Anderson died 22nd November 1944 aged 48 years beloved wife of John McMeeking died 13th July 1975 aged 83 years their youngest son Arthur Anderson died 2nd June 1979 aged 58 years 
 
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Andrew and Adam McLellan starting business
Andrew and Adam McLellan starting business
Source Mornington Standard Saturday 21 March 1914
Adrew McLellan leaving Mornington to start business with his brother Adam McLellan 
 
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Andrew Turner and Hannah Sweeting
Andrew Turner and Hannah Sweeting
Erected by Andrew Turn in memory of his beloved wife Hannah Sweeting born at Menthorpe Yorkshire March 17, 1842 died at South Hall September 26, 1878. The said Andrew Turner died 16th June 1883 aged 44 years 
 
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Angus C Mathieson
Angus C Mathieson
Angus C. Mathieson (1870-1957) on right, 20 Hovey St. Oxford, MI.jpg 
 
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Angus C Mathieson and Florence Blood headstone
Angus C Mathieson and Florence Blood headstone
Mathieson
Florence L. 1861 - 1938
Angus C. 1870 - 1957 
 
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Angus C. Mathieson
Angus C. Mathieson
Angus C. Mathieson 
 
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Angus McPherson
Angus McPherson
In 1919 locals planted 400 oak trees in North Otago, one for every serviceman from the district killed during the war. They were planted in the form of a wheel, the hub being in central Oamaru, and radiating out both north and south into the countryside (where they were planted at one-mile intervals). Where possible, the oaks were planted near the home of the serviceman they commemorated.
 
 
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Angus McPherson
Angus McPherson
In 1919 locals planted 400 oak trees in North Otago, one for every serviceman from the district killed during the war. They were planted in the form of a wheel, the hub being in central Oamaru, and radiating out both north and south into the countryside (where they were planted at one-mile intervals). Where possible, the oaks were planted near the home of the serviceman they commemorated.
Many of the plaques attached to the trees have aged and been replaced... 
 

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