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Engraving of a memorial in the West Church of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen to Ann, the wife of Alexander Allardyce of Dunottar and daughter of Alexander Baxter of Glassel. She was married 7 August 1786, gav ...

DP 093877

Description Engraving of a memorial in the West Church of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen to Ann, the wife of Alexander Allardyce of Dunottar and daughter of Alexander Baxter of Glassel. She was married 7 August 1786, gave birth to her son Alexander Baxter Allardyce on 28 July and departed this life at Aberdeen,1st August 1787, Aged 28 years. Titled ' Monument in the West Church of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen.' Inscribed 'As a tribute justly due to the Eminent Virtues, Gentle Manners, and Personal Accomplishments of a most amiable Woman, her disconsolate husband dedicates this monument. Piety, Benevolence.' John Bacon R.A. sculpt., London 1787. 'Gent. Mag. June 1801, Pl.2 P.505.'

Date c. 1801

Collection General Collection

Catalogue Number DP 093877

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of RAB 292/4

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1225511

File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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