Stone No. 45, Face: East
IN MEMORY OF
WILLIAM BLAIR DIED 10TH AUGUST 1839.
CHRISTIAN PATERSON HIS WIFE DIED
5TH JUNE 1855.
MARTHA THEIR DAUGHTER DIED
22ND MARCH 1827.
THEIR GRANDAUGHTER DIED 12 NOVR.
1857 AGED 7 YEARS.
ALEXANDER BLAIR THEIR SON DIED 31ST DECR.
1879 AGED 63 YEARS.
THEIR DAUGHTER ALISON WIFE OF JOHN DICKSON
DIED 17TH MAY 1899 AGED 74 YEARS.
THE ABOVE JOHN DICKSON
DIED 21ST DEC 1903 IN HIS 77 YEAR.
AGNES JULIA DICKSON THEIR GRANDAUGHTER
DIED 2ND JUNE 1906 AGED 8½ YEARS.
O may the grave become to me
the bed of peaceful rest.
Whence I shall gladly rise at length,
and mingle with the blest.
Stone No. 45, Face: West
DIED 26TH JAN. 1932 AGED 79 YEARS.
INTERRED IN EDINBURGH.
MARTHA BLAIR COCHRANE,
DIED FEBRUARY 9TH 1939,
AGED 81 YEARS.
INTERRED AT LIVERPOOL.
WHO DIED 2ND FEBRUARY, 1948,
AGED 85 YEARS.
William Blair was a Mason in Stenton. Christian Paterson was the daughter of John Paterson, a Blacksmith at Burnhead, Spott Parish, and Martha Hendry. They had seven children including Alexander, who was also a Mason in Stenton. Alexander died unmarried at Stenton. John Dickson, who died in 1903, was successively a Gardener, Farm Grieve and Baker. He was the son of John Dickson, a Farrier, and Martha Dickieson, and married Alison Blair. Christina Dickson was their daughter as was Alison Dickson, who was a Domestic Servant in Stenton where she died, unmarried. John Dickson, died 1932, their son, became a Draper in Edinburgh, and married Lavinia Mary Mackieson [See No 313]. Their daughters were Agnes Julia Dickson and Martha Blair Cochrane.
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