James Howie Junior

1820-1855

James Howie (b.1820) became known as James Howie Junior.  This is how he signed his name on the back of his cartes de visite.

He was buried in Warriston Cemetery.  Below are two photos of his gravestone.  Most of the lettering on the lower photograph is clear.

  

JAMES HOWIE JUNIOR's GRAVESTONE

Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh

Gravestone of James Howie Junior  -  1820-1855

  Reproduced by courtesy of Alan Wilson

  

JAMES HOWIE's GRAVESTONE

Detail - Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh

Detail from the gravestone of James Howie Junior  -  1820-1855

  Reproduced by courtesy of Alan Wilson

This gravestone, like many others in Warriston Cemetery is no longer standing.

Photograph by Peter Stubbs  -  Edinburgh  -  Warriston Cemetery  -  Gravestone of James Howie

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