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Cromarty Image Library

Gaelic Chapel Graveyard looking east
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Gaelic Chapel Graveyard looking east

A view of the graveyard at the Cromarty Gaelic Chapel. It shows how abundant the flowers and wild plants truly were before the strange fixation developed for eradicating wild plants and replacing them with sterile (and expesive to maintain) grass. How many hundreds of thousands of pounds is wasted in this way. Much better, more attractive, and more beneficial for wildlife, to let the wild plants grow in most areas.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
Does anyone have a list of MI's for this graveyard. I am looking for Mackenzie kin.
Added by Lisa McMurray (Mackenzie) on 09 April 2007
Lisa - Pl contact me and I can give you some photos of the Mackenzie graves.
Regards
Cuz Maggie
Added by Maggie Mackenzie-Goodman on 20 September 2007
Does anyone have pictures of McBean Graveyard or information.
Added by Virginia McBean on 12 February 2008
Looking to locate graves of Frasers in 18th and early 19th centuries.
Which graveyard? Gaelic? Are there any records for these times?
Added by Janet Fraser on 28 May 2015
This sight has the grave inscriptions and photos.
www.rosscromartyroots.co.uk/index.asp?pageid=63476
Added by Lisa McMurray on 29 May 2015
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