Muriel Gibson (complete obituary)

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I would appreciate receiving the same, if sent privately by someone. We
(Orange County and San Gabriel Valley Branches) are hoping to include Muriel
Gibson in the "Immortal Memory" segment of our upcoming Burns Ball, January 21st.
I don't think that Robert Burns will mind sharing a couple of his minutes.

Robb Quint
Thousand Oaks, CA, USA

In a message dated 11/10/2005 6:58:19 PM Pacific Standard Time,
xxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx writes:

> Without a paid subscription, all one can view is:
>
> "Lieutenant-Colonel Muriel Gibson
>
> Born: 29 November, 1912, in Glasgow.
> Died: 22 October, 2005, in Edinburgh, aged 92.
>
> MURIEL Gibson was a well-known and much respected lady in Scotland who was
> closely involved in many different aspects of Scottish life. She was a proud
> Nationalist - long before it became accepted - and campaigned for the party
> and
> stood for parliament with..."
>
> Is anyone with access to the full obituary willing to either share it here
> on
> Strathspey, or e mail me privately?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Adriana Linden
> Montreal QC

> --- Linda Gaul <xxx.xxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:
>
> >There was an excellent appreciation of Muriel Gibson's life in the Scotsman
> >on Friday 28 October, 2005. You may be able to view it at scotsman.com. Go
> >to back issues, obituaries.
> >
> >Linda Gaul
> >Pitlochry
>

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