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Death of Dr Anne Gray

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WE record with great regret the death on Sunday March 2 2008 at the Vale of Leven Hospital after a short illness of one of Helensburgh Heritage Trust's founders, Anne Gray.

Dr Gray was the Trust's first secretary, and for the last three years of her life served as Honorary Vice-President. She was the person responsible for the launch of the Trust website, and took care of its updating until she stepped down from the post of secretary. The funeral was at the West Kirk, Helensburgh, on Friday March 7, and then at Cardross Crematorium.

  • An Appreciation of Anne Gray, written by Trust chairman Stewart Noble, can be found in the People section of this website.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 July 2010 13:54 )  

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Wednesday January 31 — Mike Thornley: The Glenarn Garden

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