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Cromarty Image Library

Grave of Able Seaman EC James - 2004
The Cromarty Archive
Grave of Able Seaman EC James - 2004

This stone is at the south-east corner of the Gaelic Chapel east graveyard.

It reads -

E C James
Able Seaman, RS S/19839
H M S Achilles
5th August 1916
Picture added on 02 May 2004 at 10:36
Comments:
Thank you for pointing me in the direction of the image of my great uncle Ernest C James gravestone. It is good to know that the WW1 cemetary at Cromarty is well looked after. He was born on 11th February 1897 in Leyton, Essex and was 19 when he died at Cromarty. Here is an image of him wearing the cap ribbon of the land-based training ship HMS Pembroke.
Added by Andrew C Stadden on 05 May 2004
Thanks Andy, have added the photo to the main image.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 05 May 2004
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