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TITLE
Poem in Memory of Alexander Mitchell
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB232_D928_C_I_11
DATE OF IMAGE
1889
PERIOD
1880s
SOURCE
Highland Archive Centre
ASSET ID
5644
KEYWORDS
poetry
poems
Poem in Memory of Alexander Mitchell

This memorial poem was written for Alexander Mitchell, chemist, who died at Inverness on 2 February 1889 and was buried at Beauly Priory. The poem is initialled J.M.M., presumably for J. M. Mitchell. The document is part of the JLM Mitchell Archive of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. J. M. Mitchell was one of Mitchell's ancestors.

Sheriff James Lachlan Martin Mitchell (b. 13 June 1929) was a native of Inverness and son of well-known doctor, Lachlan Mitchell. He was appointed full-time sheriff in Edinburgh in 1978 and served there until his retirement in 1995. He died on 26 November 2001


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Poem in Memory of Alexander Mitchell

1880s

poetry; poems

Highland Archive Centre

Sheriff JLM Mitchell (documents)

This memorial poem was written for Alexander Mitchell, chemist, who died at Inverness on 2 February 1889 and was buried at Beauly Priory. The poem is initialled J.M.M., presumably for J. M. Mitchell. The document is part of the JLM Mitchell Archive of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. J. M. Mitchell was one of Mitchell's ancestors.<br /> <br /> Sheriff James Lachlan Martin Mitchell (b. 13 June 1929) was a native of Inverness and son of well-known doctor, Lachlan Mitchell. He was appointed full-time sheriff in Edinburgh in 1978 and served there until his retirement in 1995. He died on 26 November 2001 <br /> <br /> <br /> For further information about this item and the collection to which it belongs, please <a href="mailto: archives@highlifehighland.com">email</a> the Highland Archive Service