A photo of the gravestone can be purchased from Westminster Abbey Library.
Lots of character, ample seating, window seat, colour tv., dvd etc.The sitting room has delightful sea views of the Firth of Forth Garden and Patio A patio and well stocked, south facing garden are available to the rear of the house.The garden area is shared with the owner who lives in the adjoining house.To find Qibla direction from your house, try to enter your full address in the search box, when found just zoom on the map until you recognise any building, road, park and so, on which the red line is crossing.hobbies include dogs dogs and more dogs ,,,,,,i love to help out at local kennels for stray dogs and am part of a search group for lost dogs ,,, i do also love my holidays in the sun and going on cruises,,impromtu drives out , picnics and days out ,, I never know what to write in these things but... Pretty much just down to earth, honest, caring and trustworthy. although, I do enjoy relaxing inside and taking it easy …
most of the time I rather the out-doors to inside, whether it's going for a walk, doing sport or trying somthing completely insane and extreme. talk about me...ok, : L i enjoy a lot of out-door activities and may be a slight thrill seeker.Sir Robert Anstruther, diplomat and politician, was buried in the south ambulatory of Westminster Abbey on 9 January 1645.The gravestone was laid down in the late 19th century to record his burial and the inscription reads:"Sir Robert Anstruther of Anstruther Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King James 1st Privy Councillor to King Charles 1st. Died 1645"He was a son of Sir James Anstruther (of Anstruther in Fife, Scotland) and his wife Jean (Scott).Partly educated in Denmark he later became ambassador there and undertook many diplomatic missions in Europe during the two reigns.He married Catherine Swift and they had two sons Robert and Philip (later knighted by Charles II) and a daughter Ursula.