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Eccles Parish Church remains in use today, sitting on the southern end of the village, the graveyard extends around the church. The graveyard is well kept but sections are quite open to the elements.
The Monumental Inscriptions of Eccles churchyard were compiled by the Borders FHS some time ago, since the MI list was created many of the stones have been removed, been damaged or weathered so badly that they are no longer legible.
Erected by Alexander Meikle, Coldstream.
In affectionate rememberance of James Meikle his son who died at Birgham 9th May 1853 aged 21 years. He is not lost but gone before.
Also Isabella Meikle, his daughter who died at Coldstream 3rd May 1871 aged 30 years.
Also Agnes Patterson wife of the above who died on the 7th of October 1875 aged 75 years.
Also the above Alexander Meikle who died 26th May 1882 aged 84 years.