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The Watt family grave at the Bridge of Gairn graveyard, Buried here are the depositor's paternal grandparents, the Reverend T. D. Watt, died 1927, and his wife, Catherine Erskine Watt nee Ferguson, died 1939. There is also a memorial to their youngest son, John Black Leslie Birnie Watt who was killed at the battle of the Hooge in 1915, and to the depositor's father, died 1959 in Manchester. The depositor was chief mourner at both his grandmother's funerals in 1939.
The Watt family grave at the Bridge of Gairn graveyard, Buried here are the depositor's paternal grandparents, the Reverend T. D. Watt, died 1927, and his wife, Catherine Erskine Watt nee Ferguson, died 1939. There is also a memorial to their youngest son, John Black Leslie Birnie Watt who was killed at the battle of the Hooge in 1915, and to the depositor's father, died 1959 in Manchester. The depositor was chief mourner at both his grandmother's funerals in 1939.
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The Watt family grave at the Bridge of Gairn graveyard, Buried here are the depositor's paternal grandparents, the Reverend T. D. Watt, died 1927, and his wife, Catherine Erskine Watt nee Ferguson, died 1939. There is also a memorial to their youngest son, John Black Leslie Birnie Watt who was killed at the battle of the Hooge in 1915, and to the depositor's father, died 1959 in Manchester. The depositor was chief mourner at both his grandmother's funerals in 1939.
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Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1537/75
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Language:
English
Record number:
7504029
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