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The Invergordon Archive

Leisure time during the First World War
The Invergordon Archive
Leisure time during the First World War

A picnic in 1917; L to R: Isa Hall, Jim Macleod, Nella Ross, Huellen Macleod, Jack Johnstone, John Hall.
Picture added on 17 April 2004
Comments:
Isa Hall was the secretary in Taylor's garage, and left for America. She died recently at a ripe old age. Isa came from Saltburn. Nella became a librarian in Invergordon in the late '40s. Hughellen was Ina Macleod's sister (see the Taylor's garage photo picture #16), and they had a lovely house in Saltburn.
Added by Jessie Robb & Lilian Boon, nee Andrews on 15 August 2004
Do not think this is Nella; it is more likely to be Lila, her sister, who was the librarian. Previous to that I think Lila worked in the butcher's office; Nella worked in the Admiralty Offices.
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