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Cromarty Image Library

War graves by Gaelic Chapel - 2002
The Cromarty Archive
War graves by Gaelic Chapel - 2002

Their are around 50 servicemen's graves in the churchyard, many simply marked 'A Sailor' or 'A Soldier'. A large number are from the sinking of the Natal off Invergordon in 1915.

See also picture #36.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
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The Natal - Warship destroyed by an explosion off Cromarty during WW1

New PictureNew PicturePostcard from HMS NatalPostcard from HMS NatalMark Tippey, HMS NatalPercy Larman who died on the NatalLetter from Arthur TaylorAlfred Gunner - 1st Class Stoker, HMS NatalJohn Fitzgerald b.17/09/1888 Bromley, London.Some of the Crew of the Natal