A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Always in Our Hearts
In Memory of William Ross
30th of May 1926 - 19th of May 2014

In Memory of William Ross grove

William Ross, our beloved husband, father and granddad. Born in Durness, Sutherlandshire your heart was never far from the Highlands even though you lived half a world away in later years. The stories you told of your life growing up in Scotland helped us understand how strong your ties were to the family you left behind and to the pride you felt for your Scottish heritage.

As a schoolboy who loved the outdoors, you and your classmates volunteered with the Scottish Forestry Commission. You recalled these times fondly as being hard, yet very satisfying work.

We hope this grove of trees set in the countryside of the land you loved so much will be a lasting tribute to you -

a gentle man of strength, honor and steadfast beliefs.

"O Scotia! my dear, my native soil!"

Robert Burns

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Remembering our loving husband, father and grandad on his birthday. We miss you every day and hold you close in our hearts.

Donated by Brenda Ross and Jo, Curtis & Phillip Thelin

30th May 2018

Remembering our dear husband and father on what would have been his 90th birthday and missing him with all our hearts as we remember him fondly on Father's Day. You are always with us.

Donated by Brenda Ross and Jo, Curtis & Phillip Thelin

27th June 2016

We had a wonderful and happy sixty years together. God bless you for that. I will miss you always.Brenda

Donated by Brenda Ross

22nd September 2014

In loving memory of a dear borther-in-law, William Ross. From Pauline, June, Christine and their families. Never forgotten.

Donated by Pauline, June, Christine and their families

Donated by JoAnne R. Thelin

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The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
In Memory of William Ross grove
Trees in this grove: 42

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