Portknockie, Moray, Scotland

Memorial at Portknockie, Moray, Scotland, commemorating those who lost their lives from the SS Nar, which sank on 13 December 1904

Memorial: M5755
Bollard from the wreck of ‘SS Nar'

Portknockie, Moray, Scotland

Memorial at Portknockie harbour, Portknockie, Scotland commemorating all those who lost their lives at sea

Memorial: M5818
Main memorial - granite memorial plaque with foul anchor and text set into a cone-shaped base faced with pink rock.
A second granite plaque is position close by.

The Howff, Dundee, Scotland

Memorial in the Howff, Dundee, Scotland commemorating William Tosh d. 1813

Memorial: M6601
Gravestone with a carving of a small ship sailing alone on a stormy sea above an inscription on the back of the stone with the primary transcript on the front.

Maritime related cause of death Executed Exposure Infectious disease Killed by indigenous people Killed in a duel Vessel loss Maritime accident Murdered Scurvy Struck by lightning Sunstroke War casualty Event 1584-1604 Conflict between England and Spain 1672-1674 Third Anglo-Dutch War 1701-1714 War of the Spanish Succession 1714-1738 Inter-War Period 1739-1748 War of the Austrian Succession … Continue reading Browse the Memorials


Forres Tower, Cluny Hill, Moray, Scotland

Forres Tower, Cluny Hill, Moray, Scotland, commemorating Vice-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson d. 1805

Memorial: M1911
Crenelated octagonal tower built in the gothic style, 70 feet (21 mt.) high with a diameter of 24 feet (8 mt.). Interior spiral staircase with three levels. Exterior plaques commemorate Nelson victories at The Nile, Copenhagen and Trafalgar.