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Name:Captain John MacKay
Address:South Glendale
South Uist
Place of death:Glasgow
Date of funeral:20/03/2002
Funeral Location:Our Lady of Sorrows, Garrynamonie
Presider:Canon John Angus Galbraith
Occupation:Captain in the Merchant Navy
Additional Info:An obituary of Captain MacKay's life can be found by clicking on the biography document at the bottom of this grave record.
Captain MacKay's sloinneadh (ancestry) is "lain a' Chlachair" which when translated from Gaelic means "John son of the Stone Mason".
"Captain MacKay was extremely committed to the community and kept himself busy with many projects that benefited the community as a whole and was always ready to be of help to anyone who needed it." (Written by Canon John Angus Galbraith in 2002)
Death Register Number:95/05
Gravestone Inscription:In Loving Memory of
Peggy MacIntyre
Who Died on 19th March 1995
Aged 79 Years
Dearly Beloved Wife of
Captain John MacKay
Who Died on 16th March 2002
Aged 82 Years
Fois Agus Sith
Additional Grave Info:The inscription in Gaelic means "Rest And Peace"

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Mrs. Peggy MacKay (Spouse) (deceased) view record.

Mrs. Mary MacKay (Mother) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Donald John MacKay (Father) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Allan MacKay (Brother) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Angus MacKay (Brother) (deceased) view record.

Mrs. Kate Morrison (Sister) (deceased) view record.

Mrs. Morag Walker (Sister) (deceased) view record.

Miss Katie MacKay (Sister) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Alasdair MacKay (Brother) (deceased) view record.

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