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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
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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