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Patrick Matthew's Unmarked Grave is Finally Located
Keywords: Peter Symon, Patrick Matthew, Alexander Fraser, urban design history, Errol churchyard,Matthew's grave, Discovered. patrickmatthew.com
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May 28, 2015 at 2:28 pm
Clues to where the stone from Matthew's demolished house might be
I received some kindly advice to begin with today:
"...ask some locals who may know: Ronnie Gillies at Cairn o Mhor Winery, or Lawson Doe at Muirfields, or some of the Carse of Gowrie Group. I'm sure local people would have memory of where the stone went."
Today I sent an email to the "Carse of Gowrie Group" to alert them to the discovery and ask if they might wish to help with future plans to see to it that Matthew's grave is properly and appropriately marked.
May 27, 2015 at 4:26 am
Maybe the brick-works owner supplied stone earlier on
Just a thought. Maybe the brick-works owners supplied stone earlier on before they became brick-works. It would be a reasonable connection to make, wouldn't it?
May 26, 2015 at 4:49 am
Explanation for the Fraser Connection
Dr Mike Weale has found the explanation for why a Fraser is buried on top of Matthew:See here.
Does anyone know what happened to the stone from Matthew's beloved but now demolished mansion?
Might a block or two from it be used (if relocatable) to fashion a suitable memorial to the only (rationally) true genetic father of the discovery of natural selection?