Alyth




Thomas Jack (1741 - 1827) and his wife Margaret Ramsay (1747 - 1824) are buried in Alyth at the Old Parish Church of St. Moluag, a small secluded churchyard on a commanding site at the top of the town of Alyth. All that remains of the church are three large archesfrom the late 15th century. The kirk was abandoned in 1839. The headstone is quite small but in good condition.

ThomasJack2TS In memory of Thomas Jack, Feuar, Alyth
died 26th March 1827 aged 86 years
Margaret Ramsay his wife
died 29th July 1824 aged 77 years
They had 6 sons & 4 daughters
3 of whom died in infancyand are interred here
James their eldest son died in Alyth May 1860 aged 85
John died at Algoa Bay 1815 aged 32
Ann-------------at Newton, Blairgowrie March 1853 aged 74
Lillias-----------in Alyth Feb 1857 aged 74
Stewart at Meikleour Feb 1863---77
Erected by their youngest son Thomas
Slate Merchant Dunkeld
Isaiah C 40 V 6 - 8
Gravestone of Thomas Jack 2
St.Moluag AlythArches
AlythArches2 AlythArches3
StMoluag_Plaque AlythCemetery



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