Section C - Row 3

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Section C - Row 3 - 1 - Scott/Stamford/Brown

Sacred to the memory of WILLIAM HOPE SCOTT High Street Berwick On Tweed who dies at Twizel Boathouse 26th March 1866 aged 36 years. Also of a son who died in infancy. Also SARAH STAMFORD relict of the above who died at Kelso 23rd January 1902. Also MARGARET MARY their daughter and wife of GEORGE J. BROWN Solicitor Edinburgh who died at Corstorphine 21st Feb 1918.

Section C - Row 3 - 3 - Litster

In loving memory of JANE wife of WILLIAM LITSTER who died at Newcastle 8th June 1898 aged 38 years. Also in loving memory of ELIZABETH LITSTER his wife who died at Newcastle 2nd August 1936 aged 72 years.

Section C - Row 3 - 6 - Jacks/Lamb

Obelisk. Text on east side only. In memory of RICHARDS JACKS who died at Simprim Mains 10th April 1853 aged 58 years. And MARGARET LAMB his wife who died at Chackielaw 10th March 1873 aged 70 years. This stone is erected by their son WILLIAM. Tribute underneath: Fest au cott zu glaubeu heisst le peu. Heisst den tod die schsocken raubeen. Chackielaw may be today's Cheeklaw?

Section C - Row 3 - 7 - Howitt/Shiel

Small stone. In loving memory of HENRY T. HOWITT who died 20th February 1940. Also ANN C. SHIEL who died 2nd June 1952.  

Section C - Row 3 - 8 - Hay

A cross. In memory of ANN HAY who died at Cornhill 19th Sept 1896 aged 44 years and 11 months. Blessed are they that die in the Lord. There may be more text beneath this.

Section C - Row 3 - 9 - Ford

In affectionare remembrance of JOHN FORD who died at Tiptoe on 8th December 1883 aged 60 years. Also MARY FORD of Tithehill wife of the above who died 18th October 1909 in her 90th year. Also of ELIZABETH FORD who died at Cold Martin Oct 16th 1916 aged 78 years. Also grandson JOHN FORD who died at Cornhill January 16th 1952 aged 82 years. 

Section C - Row 3 - 10 - Gilbert/Piercy

Largely unreadable. I loving memory of GILBERT  Killham.................Also the said JOHN PIERCY 1830 2 years.