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DUNNICHEN, SCOTLAND

Some photos to bring 'JOY' in Australia.

The following 10 photos were taken on Thursday, 8th August 2002 and consist mainly of Dunnichen Parish Kirk and Kirkyard.  Also included is a photograph of site of the the Battlefield of Nechtansmere, many would consider the most important fought in, and for Scotland (use www.google.com to search for more on this).  The three gravestones are of Stirling Surname interest, the last being in the 'new' cemetery about half a mile south from the Kirk.

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LOOK HERE at a large list of DUNNICHEN PARISH, ANGUS, SCOTLAND - KIRKYARD INTERMENTS 1856-76

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A distant photo of the Kirk and Kirkyard from the South-east.

The site of the Battle of Nechtansmere, one of the most important in Scottish history.

The area shown is site of the Battle of Nechtansmere, one of the most important in Scottish history. Dunnichen Hill is in the centre-right.  The Kirk can just be seen in the distance to the left, partially hidden by trees.

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Stirling family gravestones; above at Dunnichen Kirkyard and below at the 'new' cemetery at Dunnichen - Letham. 
If you are 'related' to the persons mentioned you may wish to follow-up family-ties.

Visit the OFFICIAL Dunnichen and associated Churches website.

 

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