Section D - Row 4

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Main - Section D - Row - 4 - 1 - Archbold/Tait

In Memory of WILLIAM ARCHBOLD who died at West Ord, June 19th 1774 aged 63 years.  Also MIRIAM his wife who died Jan. 2nd 1801 aged 73 years.  Also JOHN their son who died at Riffington, Sept. 3rd 1808 aged 52 years. And of RICHARD ARCHBOLD, their son who died at Riffington, 3rd Oct. 1836 aged 63 years.  Also ANN TAIT their daughter who died at Berwick, 22nd Apr ?18-03 aged 79 years.  Also GRACE ARCHBOLD their daughter who died at ? Berwick, 17 Nov. 1817 aged 80 years.

Main - Section D - Row - 4 - 2 - Archbold

(Headstone very difficult to read these days, and delicate) In Memory of WILLIAM ARCHBOLD who died at Berwick .................. 1816 aged 54 years.  Also JANE his ? wife.

Main - Section D - Row - 4 - 3 - Ford

In affectionate remembrance of WILLIAM FORD who died at Hoppen, 22nd Dec. 1855 aged 9 months, interred at Lucker.  ROBERT FORD who died at Unthank, 10th Jan. 1879 aged 4 years and 10 months, beloved sons of HENRY and MARY FORD.

Main - Section D - Row - 4 - 4 - McLacklan/Menzies

In affectionate remembrance of JOHN McLACHLAN who died at Cornhill, Aug. 24 1881 aged 39 years.  Erected by his loving wife MARY McLACHLAN.  Also her mother, MARY MCGREGOR MENZIES, who died at Cornhill, 24th July 1896 aged 76 years.  Also her father ALEXANDER MENZIES who died at Cornhill, 3rd Novr. 1897 aged 64 years.  Also the above MARY McLACHLAN who died 14 Mar. 1927 aged 86 years.  Also MARGARET, younger daughter of ALEXANDER & MARY MENZIES who died at Norham, 31st July 1930 in her 77th year.  Also JOHN MATTHEW McLACHLAN, son of the above JOHN McLACHLAN and MARY McLACHLAN who died 21st Aug. 1938 aged 61 years.

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Also of JANE JACKSON MENZIES, niece of the said JOHN & MARY McLACHLAN, who died at Edinburgh, 4th November 1958 aged 70 years.

Main - Section D - Row 4 - 5 - ???

This is a headstone that is lying flat. It requires lifting to see if there is an inscription.