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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon Academy
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon Academy

This photo, year unknown - possibly 1930/31, was taken outside the Cromlet building. The names, taken from the original on the back of the photo are as follows:
Back row: G Cormack, J mackie, S Privett, R Mcdonald, J Hendry, ? Melon, D Mcdonald.
3rd Row: M Ross, ?Coats, ? Henson, ? Hatcher, ? Dalgarno, ? Lindey.
2nd Row: E Forsyth, J Mcpherson, P Sutherland, J Sainsbury?, ?Cummings, ?Mcdonald, ? Mckenzie, J Sutherland.
Front Row: D mackenzie, ? Haines, K Mckenzie, Mort Jamieson, ? Nuttall, Hamish Askew, Dave Moir, J Speed.
Picture added on 09 July 2008
I always wondered if the E Forsyth in the left 2nd row is related to Willie and was she the mother of Alison Ford who started school with me in Primary one in approx 1958?
Added by Liz Askew on 10 July 2008
Is Dave Moir the brother of Donald - sons of Alex Moir the first world war wounded carrier in the town? - Grandparents Donald and Bella?
Added by Brian Menzies on 15 January 2009
The “J. Sainsbury” in the 2nd row is my sister Jean. Our family lived at Scotsburn House on Seabank Road with our grandparents, John and Christina Urquhart, while our father served in the Royal Navy at the Invergordon Naval Base.
Added by Jim Sainsbury on 19 January 2010
5th from Left, front row is Leslie Nuttall (my great uncle).

Sadly no members of that generation of the Nuttall family are still alive.
Added by Rhona Welsh on 31 January 2013
E Forsyth is Eva Forsyth younger sister of Willie Forsyth sadly passed away a couple of years ago.
Added by Gavin Forsyth on 17 May 2016
My dad Willie Forsyth is wondering what happened to a Cecil Nuttall?
Added by Gavin Forsyth on 19 May 2016
Gavin, was Alison Ford related to your family? Please give my regards to your Dad, I remember him well.
Added by Liz Taylor nee Askew on 19 May 2016
Alison was Eva's eldest daughter. I'll pass on your regards to my dad thank you.
Added by Gavin Forsyth on 19 May 2016
Cecil Nuttall. He settled in Newcastle. He was married with one son. Sadly died in the early 1970s. His widow is still alive.
Added by Rhona Welsh on 20 May 2016
Alison is my sister. Lives in Edinburgh.
Added by Patricia Burns (Ford) on 13 November 2016
Gavin, say Hi to your dad and Maude for me, don't suppose they have e-mail?
Added by Harry O'Neill on 14 November 2016
Will say hi to them Harry. Will see them tomorrow they don't have email would confuse them even more!
Added by Gavin Forsyth on 14 November 2016
Thanks, Gavin. Yes I know what you mean, but they have done very well haven't they ?
Added by Harry O'Neill on 14 November 2016
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