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Benjamin MacLean Marker image, Touch for more information
By Michael Herrick, September 1, 2018
Benjamin MacLean Marker
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Burghead — Benjamin MacLean
Erected by Public Subscription To the Memory of Benjamin Maclean, M.A., Divinity Student Who Lost His Life on 26th August 1909, in A Successful Effort to Rescue a Bather from Drowning, off the East Beach, Burghead “Greater Love . . . — Map (db m128158) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Burghead — Burghead War Memorial
Erected by the Inhabitants Of Burghhead to the Memory Of Their Fellow Townsmen Whose Lives Were Sacrificed In the Great War 1914 — 1919 That Both a Man Live For To Serve His Fellows To Honour His Country to Glorify God And . . . — Map (db m128157) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Burghead — The Harvest Reaper
The Harvest Reaper was a 45 foot long, Fyfie design fishing boat built of larch on oak at Wilson (Cockie) Noble's yard in Fraserburgh in 1931. She was powered by a Kelvin Recardo diesel engjine. She fished from Frasertburgh (the other Broch!) . . . — Map (db m128159) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — Alex William George
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United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — Balvenie Castle
Balvenie Castle was built in the 13th century as the mighty stronghold of one of Scotland's foremost barons, Alexander 'Black' Comyn, earl of Buchan (1244-89). It remained a noble residence for over four hundred years. During that time, the . . . — Map (db m128236) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — Dufftown Clock
The Clock In This Tower Was by Public Subscription Illuminated on To Commemorate the Diamond Jubilee Of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria 1837 — 1897 The Tower Clock Was Renovated in 1968 Following the Generous . . . — Map (db m128260) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — George Stephen
George Stephen Lord Mount Stephen of Mount Stephen British Columbia & Dufftown Banffshire Banker and financier who in 1881 organized the Canadian Pacific Railway Company & became its first president. Instrumental in completing the . . . — Map (db m128257) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — Mortlach Parish War Memorial
To the Memory of the Men Of the Parish of Mortlach Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice In the Great War 1914 — 1919 Pte Cauld J. † Seaforths ∑ Pte Cauld W. † Gordons ∑ Pte George A. † Gordons ∑ Pte Glennie A. (M.M.) † Blk. Watch ∑ Pte . . . — Map (db m128261) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — The Earl of Athollís Lodging
The Earl of Athollís Lodging The Hall, about 1500. The 4th earl of Atholl's new residence, built about 1550, was built on the palace plan, that is with a suite of rooms placed horizontally, as in the royal palaces of the Stewart kings at . . . — Map (db m128238) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — The Kitchen Complex
The Kitchen Complex Cooking Communal feasting was very much a way of life in a medieval castle. As many of the earl's rents were paid in kind, not cash, food was in good supply. This kitchen complex provided food for the Hall and Chamber over . . . — Map (db m128237) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Dufftown — Yew Tree
This Yew Tree was Planted on 13th August 2001 to Celebrate the 100th Birthday of Janet Sheed Roberts Granddaughter of William Grant — Map (db m128239) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Findhorn — Findhorn Tercentenary
Findhorn Residents Association 2002 To Commemorate The Tercentenary of Findhorn 1702 - 2002 — Map (db m128036) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Findhorn — Kinloss War Memorial
In Honoured Memory of The Brave Men from Kinloss Parish Who Fell in the Great War 1914 — 1919 Capt. C.G. Grant Peterkin, Scottish Horse. ∑ Lieut. A.S. Middleton, R.A.F. ∑ 2nd Lt. A. Masson, Seaforth Hrs. ∑ Corpl. R.E. Bisset, Seaforth . . . — Map (db m128037) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Forres — Fortuneís Beacon
The Pictish Rodneyís Stone was carved around 1,200 years ago. A beacon for the community, it may have marked a place where people came to be baptised, married or hear Mass. Brodie born and bred Ö The family home to over #400 varieties of . . . — Map (db m128035) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Keith — Gordon Highlanders Memorial
6th Battn The Gordon Highlanders Banffshire and Donside To the Glory of God and In Memory of the Officers Non Commissioned Officers and Men Who Fell in the Great War 1914 — 1918 Also those who fell In the Second Great War . . . — Map (db m128234) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Keith — Keith War Memorial
1914 — 1918 Sacred To The Memory Of The Men Of This Parish Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War “Their Works Do Follow Them” ( left alcove ) “Those we call the dead, are breathers of an ampler day . . . — Map (db m128233) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Kinloss — Five Centuries in Kinloss
Five Centuries in Kinloss The Abbey Buildings By the end of the 13th Century the majority of buildings in the Abbey Precinct would have been complete. The church lay on an east-west alignment with the main cloister to the south. To the east of . . . — Map (db m128053) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Kinloss — Kinloss Abbey
Kinloss Abbey “One of the largest and wealthiest Cistercian Houses in Scotland” From Citeaux to Kinloss The Cistercian Family Created in 1098 at Citeaux in France by twenty monks from the Abbey at Molesme, the Cistercian Order set . . . — Map (db m128050) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Kinloss — The Cistercians of Kinloss
The Cistercians of Kinloss Cistercian monastic observance followed the Rule of St Benedict, insisting on plain clothing, two simple meals a day, and an austerity in church furnishings 'in places far from the concourse of men'. They developed an . . . — Map (db m128073) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Lossiemouth — Lossiemouth Plough
James Square was laid out as an open space on land owned by Lt. Col. James Brander, Laird of Pitgaveny It was part of a large improvement plan in the 1830s - streets, houses and harbour - known as Branderburgh. This joined Seatown and Stotfield . . . — Map (db m128161) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Lossiemouth — Lossiemouth War Memorial
To the Memory of the Men of Lossiemouth And the Landward Part of the Parish of Drainie Who Died in the Service of their Country during the War 1914 — 1919 — Not in Vain Seaforth Highlanders Capt. Edwards G.E. † D.S.O. ∑ Capt. . . . — Map (db m128162) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Lossiemouth — Markers in James Square
David West Raymond (1868 – 1936) is best known for his local Moray seascapes and landscapes in watercolour. James Ramsay MacDonald was born in poverty in Lossiemouth in 1866. He became Britainís first Socialist Prime Minister in 1924 and . . . — Map (db m128160) HM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Moray), Lossiemouth — Moray Firth Anchor
Recovered from the Moray Firth between Covesea and Tablet Ness on or about The year 1882 by the fishing Smack “Isabella & Janes” INS 2868 Wm. Reid (BO) Skipper Lossiemouth — Map (db m128075) HM

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