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Location of the grave of George Waugh and Isabella Barclay
Location of the grave of George Waugh and Isabella Barclay
George Waugh died on Nov 17, 1877, and Isabella Barclay died on April 4, 1878, both at Crosshill in Allanton, Lanarkshire, and Alison Lindsay (aka Elexies Millar) died on Nov 13, 1878, in Carluke. George Waugh and Isabella Barclay are buried in the Cambusnethan Cemetery, Low Public Area, Plot # 458. 
    George Waugh (d. 17 Nov 1877)
 
William Waugh, died Nov 2, 1916
William Waugh, died Nov 2, 1916
Erected by William Waugh in Memory of his wife Elexies Millar. Also buried here are Caroline Margaret Jane Waugh buried Oct 15, 1891, aged 3 months, and William Waugh buried Aug 7, 1899, aged 11 months. Both are children of William's son George - From Cambusnethan Cemetery Lair Book B, North Lanarkshire Council Archives, Motherwell 
    WILLIAM WAUGH (d. 02 Nov 1916)
 


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John Paterson 1683-1732
John Paterson 1683-1732
Here Lies the Corpse of John Paterson of Hogscastle died Jan 26, 1732, age 49, Son John died Oct 14, 1742, age 27. From Monumental Inscriptions (pre-1855) in the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire, by Sheila A. Scott, 1977 
    John Paterson (d. 26 Jan 1732)
 
John Paterson of Hogscastle
John Paterson of Hogscastle
John Paterson of Hogscastle, Emblems mortality; on back, figure Photo from Betty Willsher of headstone to John Paterson 1732. Digital image of B 4395/8. SC800922 RCAHMS 
    John Paterson (d. 26 Jan 1732)
 


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William Lindsay 1703-1788
William Lindsay 1703-1788
William Lindsay late joiner Lamington March 16, 1788, age 85. Wife Henrietta Scot November 1, 1758, age 46, Wife Janet Braidwood November 13, 1808, age 71. Erected by their son Dr. Lindsay. From Monumental Inscriptions (pre-1855) in the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire, by Sheila A. Scott, 1977.  
    William Lindsay (d. 16 Mar 1788)