I've already uploaded another schoolmaster in a previous post but this one has a far more impressive monument erected in his honour. Here is the full inscription:
In Memory of
of West Linton 1863 to 1893
born in Dalkeith 31st Aug 1837
died in West Linton 22nd Jan. 1909
Erected by his neighbours, former pupils
and golfing friends as a recognition of
his faithfulness in the discharge of his
cons???ny interest in the life, work of
his pupils and his tireless services to
the local golf club of which he was the founder.
And finally the following which is inscribed on the pedastal and very hard to decipher:
God can and he will make some good use of all of us
the master did his best for the bairns and when they grew up
they did not forget him
Bairns being the Scottish word for children, if you've not familiar with the term.
Robert Millar founded the West Linton Golf Course in 1890 as can be read here.