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|Name:||Mr. Archie Lindsay|
|Date of funeral:||05/03/1995|
|Funeral Location:||St. Peter's RC Church, Daliburgh|
|Presider:||Canon John Angus Galbraith|
|Occupation:||Piper and Soldier for the Queens Highlanders|
Your kind prayers are asked for the repose of the soul of Archie Lindsay who died so tragically last Tuesday night as a result of a road accident. Archie touched the lives of many people young and old through his Piping skills. He was always more than willing to use these skills to help and entertain others whenever called upon. He readily played for the young dancers in the community and with equal enthusiasm entertained the elderly, as well as passing on his skills to younger pipers eager to learn. His loss will be deeply felt in the community. Archie had spent about 18 years in the army with the Queens Own Highlanders and had served five times in Northern Ireland at the height of the troubles there. " (Written by Canon John Angus Galbraith in 1995)
|Death Register Number:||95/03|
|Gravestone Inscription:||In Loving Memory Of|
28th February 1995
Mr. Archibald Lindsay (Father) (deceased) view record.
Mrs. Catherine Lindsay (Mother) (deceased) view record.
Mr. Neil Joseph Lindsay (Brother) (deceased) view record.
Mrs. Jean MacLeod (Sister) (deceased) view record.
Miss Flora Lindsay (Sister) (deceased) view record.
Mr. Shonnaidh Lindsay (Brother) (deceased) view record.