Southampton Old Cemetery
The unmarked pauper's grave of Charles Rawden MacLean,
who was known as “John Ross” to the Zulu nation in the early 1800s,
was recognised after more than 120 years when
an inscribed memorial stone was dedicated at Southampton Old Cemetery.
In 2008 Fraserburgh Heritage Society initiated moves to raise cash for a memorial stone.
The Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery spearheaded the project with support from Fraserburgh Rotary Club
and Zulu War author and broadcaster Ian Knight.
Ian said of the memorial stone project: “MacLean was a champion of liberty,