The Grave of Alexander Dill Gamble's Grandfather at Letterkenny, County Donegal in the north of Ireland.
The inscription reads:
Sacred to the memory of the Reverend
Late of Green Hill, minister of the
Reformed Presbyterian Church and Pastor
of the joint congregation of Gortlee,
Bridge-end and Ballygay.
He was ordained 23 July 1788 and died
August 1839 aged 76 years.
Possessing talents of a superior order,
he was an acute Theologian, a learned
Divine, a diligent Pastor and a liberal,
generous and pious Christian. By his
assiduous and faithful ministrations
and consistent deportment much was
achieved for the cause of Christ and the
Covenanted Reformation in this country.
Also his beloved wife Martha who died
21st April, 18... Aged 7... years. (illegible dates).
The Rev William Gamble, b.1763 in County Derry, after necessary preliminary education, was educated at Glasgow University c 1780. Ordained 23rd July 1788 and settled at Ballygrey between Milford and Ramelton. Described as an able minister, a zealous member of the Covenanting Church and an upright Christian man, being physically as well as mentally a very strong man. It is said he died in harness, coming to assist in a communion at Derry in 1839 and having to ride in his own gig, he became severely wet. He performed his work in Derry with great difficulty and returned to his home at Greenhill with the shadow of death on him