THE FAICHNEY STONE, INVERPEFFREY CHURCH, Perthshire. (See comments box for story).

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Roy Pledger on December 7, 2011

The Faichney Stone.

Roy Pledger on January 2, 2012

Back in the 18th century, James Faichney was a stonemason living at Innerpeffray near Crieff in Perthshire. During his lifetime he carved a large elaborate stone depicting himself, his wife and each of his ten children and he built it into the churchyard boundary wall. Images, dates of birth, marriage etc., are included, making a complete record of his family. In 1994 the stone was removed from its original position and after restoration it was place inside the interesting pre reformation church at Innerpeffray.

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  • Uploaded on December 7, 2011
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    by Roy Pledger
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