The burial place
by John Younger Whim
for himself and Janet Younger
his daughter died the
26th March 1761
On one short side of this table grave there are the ubiquitous crossbones and
an hour-glass features on the other short side of this table-grave. It looks a bit mean there, I've come across many more beautiful ones, some winged. This one doesn't even fit the space very well.
This table grave is very close to another one, also dedicated to a John Younger (you can see the post here) which means that these persons were definitely related in some way. Is it the same John? The other one on the neighbouring stone died a lot earlier than 1761 so that seems unlikely. But it could have been a son of his, and a granddaughter.