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Inverurie, Keithhall Road, Old Inverurie Churchyard

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Photographs and Off-line Digital Images AB 3718 PO Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Headstone of Walter Innes in Ardtannes (d.1616) and his wife, Majory Elphinstone (d.1622). Original print captioned:'Tombstone of Walter Innes, of Ardtannes, Inverurie, and his wife Marjorie Elphinstone, now in Inverurie Churchyard. Tradition says that when Marjorie (pronouned Mary-Orie-Orie) Elphinstone was buried, the grave-digger opened the coffin and in endeavouring to take the rings from her fingers awakened her from the trance into which she had fallen. She is said to have returned to Ardtannes and lived for several years afterwards.' 1909 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images D 73938 Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Headstone of Walter Innes in Ardtannes (d.1616) and his wife, Majory Elphinstone (d.1622). Print captioned:'Tombstone of Walter Innes, of Ardtannes, Inverurie, and his wife Marjorie Elphinstone, now in Inverurie Churchyard. Tradition says that when Marjorie (pronouned Mary-Orie-Orie) Elphinstone was buried, the grave-digger opened the coffin and in endeavouring to take the rings from her fingers awakened her from the trance into which she had fallen. She is said to have returned to Ardtannes and lived for several years afterwards.' Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images AB 108 Detail of wooden gravemarker. Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images AB 109 Detail of headstone. Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 63687 CN RCAHMS Aerial Photography Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the motte-and-bailey castle, burial-ground and the cemetery with the cottage adjacent, taken from the NNE. 4/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 63688 CN RCAHMS Aerial Photography Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the motte-and-bailey castle, burial-ground and the cemetery with the cottage adjacent, taken from the NE. 4/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images SC 1394740 Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Headstone of Walter Innes in Ardtannes (d.1616) and his wife, Majory Elphinstone (d.1622). Print captioned:'Tombstone of Walter Innes, of Ardtannes, Inverurie, and his wife Marjorie Elphinstone, now in Inverurie Churchyard. Tradition says that when Marjorie (pronouned Mary-Orie-Orie) Elphinstone was buried, the grave-digger opened the coffin and in endeavouring to take the rings from her fingers awakened her from the trance into which she had fallen. She is said to have returned to Ardtannes and lived for several years afterwards.' Item Level