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Side A:
In this vault are deposited the mortal remains of Thomas Duguid
Died 24th January 1875, aged 76
Isabella Frances Nee Barton, his second wife
Died 13th September 1888, aged 71
Ralph Barton, Born 7th October 1847
Isabella Margaret Frances, Born 3rd July 1849
Arthur, Born 17th July 1850
Frances Matilda, Born 23rd February 1857
Their children who died in infancy.
James, their eldest son died 20th February 1880, aged 40
William Frances, their second son died 26th August 1886, aged 45
In loving remembrance of Henry Peter, their third son. Died at Rosario, Argentine Republic, October 5th 1879, aged 36.
Edmund, their fourth son, died at Mendoza, Argentine Republic, November 13th 1884, Aged 39
Emily Helen, wife of J. S. Thomson, died at Tadworth, Surrey, August 25th 1903, aged 52
The last of their children.

Side B:
In loving memory of Anne Esther nee Mackinlay
First wife of Thomas Duguid, Died at Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, 17th May 1847, aged 32
Mary Henrietta Mackinlay, their fourth daughter died at Buenos Ayres, 8th June 1840, aged 3
Thomas, their younger son, died at Westhill Reigate, Surrey, 26th September 1871, aged 40
Elizabeth, their eldest daughter, wife of William Duguid, died at Aberdeen, 30th May 1893, aged 64
Anne Esther, their second daughter, widow of Alexander Scrimgeour, died at Wispers, Sussex, 14th January 1892, aged 59
John, their eldest son, died at Dover, 3rd May 1913, aged 86
Hannah, their third daughter, wife of John Shedden Scrimgeour, died at Natsworth, Devon, 19th May 1913