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St Regulus Graveyard - 1998
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St Regulus Graveyard - 1998

On a spur of the South Sutor, near to Cromarty House, many of the graves date back to the 17th century.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
On the right of the picture you can see the lower branches of an Atlantic Cedar (Cedrus atlantica) - one of the finest specimens in the area. Presumably this was planted during George Ross's time when he planted a lot of trees on the Sutor, including the beautiful avenue of Beech trees down to MacFarquhar's Bed. These beech trees are unfortunately reaching senility and are in desperate need of re-planting if future generations are to enjoy them. See this picture which shows the avenue.
Added by Colin Dunn on 06 February 2003
Is Sandy Wood's grave in this Pic?
Added by Craig Simms on 20 February 2005
No Craig, it's outside the graveyard - I'll try to get one before long.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 20 February 2005
I've added a shot of his Grave - picture #1032
Added by Calum Davidson on 21 February 2005
Anybody know the significance of the broken crockery, wooden cross and flowers (some recent) on a grave in this cemetery.
Added by Vick on 08 September 2008
I think you will find that is Gail Pocock's late husband's grave.
Added by Flora Thomson on 10 September 2008
Re comment by Colin Dunn 06 Feb 2003:
The fine Cedar mentioned is actually Himalayan Cedar (Cedrus deodara) not Atlas Cedar.
Added by John Miller on 21 September 2011
That makes sense. I forgot the mnemonic which helps in recognising the tree species by the branch structure - Deodar descending, Atlas ascending.
Added by Colin Dunn on 21 September 2011
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Sermon by Rev. G. JenkinsGaelic Chapel - c1950?In front of the ManseThe Rev Tallach's retiral presentationSunday Service on the LinksGirl Guides - 1912Cromarty UF Church Inside the East KirkEast Church Graveyard from the Lady's WalkInside the East Church 11 March 2009