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Cromarty Image Library

War graves by Gaelic Chapel - 2002
The Cromarty Archive
War graves by Gaelic Chapel - 2002

Their are around 50 servicemen's graves in the churchyard, many simply marked 'A Sailor' or 'A Soldier'. A large number are from the sinking of the Natal off Invergordon in 1915.

See also picture #36.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
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The Natal - Warship destroyed by an explosion off Cromarty during WW1

Postcard from HMS NatalPostcard from HMS NatalMark Tippey, HMS NatalPercy Larman who died on the NatalLetter from Arthur TaylorAlfred Gunner - 1st Class Stoker, HMS NatalJohn Fitzgerald b.17/09/1888 Bromley, London.Some of the Crew of the NatalMaud Edwards - nurse who died on the NatalHMS Natal Sailor - c1910