Featured for its sculptured medallion by John Stevenson Rhind
The only woman listed amongst the war dead in Newington Cemetery, having served in the women's armed forces in both WW1 and WW2
Melodeon player and World War 1 soldier
Theologian, philosopher and Principal of the United Presbyterian Divinity Hall, Edinburgh
Robert Denholm's gravestone reflects the changing style of headstones. The column has been deliberately broken off to signify a life cut short.
How illness devastated a Victorian family
Founder of a major industry in Tampere, the second city of Finland
A 'fallen angel' restored on the grave of Ormond Haldane Garland
Paediatrician, university teacher and exile
As part of Doors Open Day's food and drink theme in 2015 Walter Gowanlock was highlighted as the founder of a dynasty of Edinburgh butchers
Famous as the first footballer to be transferred for £100
Wife of Rotary Club founder Paul Harris. Born in Comely Bank, Edinburgh. The grave is visited by Rotarians from across the world.
John Howison manufactured shawls and tartans at his premises in Drummond Street; he is also described as a woollen and linen draper. He lived at Rosehall, opposite the cemetery.
President of the Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation (1891-1911) and Justice of the Peace
Mathematician, seismologist and pioneer professor in Japan
The First World War at sea
Music Hall performer, songwriter, composer, playwright and comedian
Gordon Holmes Alexander MacMillan of Knap, Chief of Clan MacMillan
An example of a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, one of 75 in Newington Cemetery
Frenchman Arnaud Massy was the first non-British player to win The Open, in 1907.
Pipe Major of the Gordon Highlanders, a leading piper and composer of ever-popular tunes.
William McTaggart is acclaimed as one of Scotland's finest painters, specialising in sea and skyscapes inspired by his childhood in Kintyre (Argyll), and subsequent frequent visits there.
The first interment in Newington Cemetery on March 29th 1846 in plot G160 (G53 in the 1846 Lair Book).
A youthful casualty of World War I
Notable for its inscription - the last verse of a song called 'The Rosary'
Typographer and Head of Printing at Heriot-Watt College 1934-1964
Classics teacher at George Heriot's School
Highlighted to mark the centenary in 2015 of the Gallipoli campaign which caused Ross's death
The Rev Dr John Ross, United Presbyterian China Missionary, is revered by millions of Koreans for the translation of the New Testament into Korean, and his grave is the most frequently visited one in Newington Cemetery.
A Sri Lankan volunteer medic in World War I
Alice and Frederic Salomon, brother and sister, died just three years apart. They are buried in the first two plots of the cemetery's Jewish section, although they were not the first burials.
Members of the 79th Edinburgh (Nicolson Street United Free Church) Scout troop, drowned while at camp
Missionary and friend of David Livingstone, known as the "Father of Gujarati grammar"