| 14 May 1971|
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| Kirkintilloch Auld Aisle Road Auld Aisle Cemetery House, Glasgow Area, Glasgow, United Kingdom|
Lambhill Cemetery, The Necropolis, Riddrie Park Cemetery, Sandymo Cemetery, Old Monkland Cemetery
The Auld Aisle Cemetery is located in Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. The cemetery is protected as a category A listed building, and includes graves dating back to the eighteenth century.
Auld Aisle Cemetery Wikipedia
The cemetery formed the grounds of St Ninian's Church, a pre-Reformation parish church. St Ninian's was abandoned after 1659, following the division of the old parish of Lenzie into Cumbernauld and Kirkintilloch. The watchtower dates from the early 18th century, and the gate lodge was built when the cemetery was extended in 1863.Alexander Bain (1811–1877), first to invent and patent the electric clock.
Nicola Ann Raphael (1985–2001), prominent bullycide victim.
The cemetery contains the graves of 38 Commonwealth service personnel, 17 from World War I and 21 from World War II.