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Kenneth Gene Lindsay
Noel James Lindsay
Phillip Michael Lindsey

Flowers of the Forest

Saint Andrew
Patron Saint of Scotland

The Flowers of the Forest ceremony for departed love ones has become a tradition in the Scottish community.  It is an on-going part of the major Scottish Highland Games and Festivals around the world to recognize those family members that have departed over the past year.

It is not the intent of this web site to become the obituary column for all departed Lindsays (how ever spelled) around the world.  Nonetheless, the Lindsays International web site will accept and post the names, dates and places of departed Lindsays that are submitted on a timely basis, until such time it should become an un-manageable task for this web site.  Notices should be submitted by a family member within 30 days of a death along with a method of substantiation.

The navigation bar on the left of this screen provides the links to the current Flowers of the Forest that have been added to this web page.

Address your notifications to Ron Lindsay, email

The "Amazing Grace" MIDI file, sequenced by Barry Taylor, is featured on this web page.

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