Agnes Grant

Funeral Service: Mon 9th May 2022

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Peacefully at Deanfield Residential Home, on Sunday 10th April 2022. Agnes (Nancy), beloved mother of June, Leslie and the late Kenneth, mother in law of David and Fiona, dear nana of Craig, Natasha, Vicki, Brian, Jamie, Kirstie and Jenna, great nana of Matthew, Amber, Conner, Ollie and Anabelle. Service at Beattie’s Acorn chapel on Monday 9th May, at 1pm, followed by interment in Wilton cemetery at 1.30pm to which all family and friends are respectively invited. Family flowers only please but donations if desired may be in aid of Macmillan UK.

Funeral Service


Beattie's Acorn Chapel
John Beattie & Sons
Weensland Road

Date & Time

1:00pm Mon 9th May 2022

Burial Service


Wilton Cemetery, Hawick

Date & Time

1:30pm Mon 9th May 2022

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John Beattie & Sons Funeral Directors

Weensland Road

01450 377 284

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