Stone No. 77, Face: East
in Memory of,
Ruchlaw Westmains, who died 21st Octr.
1856, aged 67 years.
his wife HELEN HAY, who died septr. 29TH
1871. aged 85 years.
JANET WEBSTER THEIR DAUGHTER, WHO DIED AT
RUCHLAW WESTMAINS, 15TH MAY 1885, AGED 71 YEARS,
AND JAMES COCKBURN, HER HUSBAND, WHO DIED
AT RUCHLAW WESTMAINS, 1ST JUNE 1885, AGED 73 YEARS.
MARY WEBSTER, THEIR DAUGHTER, WHO DIED
AT RUCHLAW 25TH DECR. 1886, AGED 62 YEARS.
AND THEIR SON WILLIAM WEBSTER, WHO DIED
AT BELHAVEN 15TH JULY 1895, AGED 74 YEARS.
THEIR GREAT GRAND DAUGHTER NELLIE GARDNER,
DIED AT BELHAVEN 17TH DEC, 1894, AGED 18 YEARS.
Richard Webster was a Shepherd. His parents were John Webster, an Agricultural Labourer, and Helen Fortune. Helen Hay was the daughter of William Hay, Shepherd, and Janet Knox. James Cockburn was Land Steward at Ruchlaw West Mains, the son of George Cockburn, Shepherd, and Christian White. Mary Webster was married to Thomas Wilson, a Coachman for Ruchlaw House. William Webster was the Farmer at Ruchlaw West Mains. He died unmarried. Nellie Gardener was the daughter of Andrew Gardener, Labourer, and Marion Black.
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