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The Invergordon Archive

Legion Get-together
The Invergordon Archive
Legion Get-together

The occasion is unknown, possibly early 1960s and maybe in British Legion.
Left to right - J Mackay ?, Sandy Maclellan ?, Davie Ross (Coon), Danny Petersen, Brenda Petersen, Jack Adam and Jim Askew.
Picture added on 09 July 2008
Comments:
Sorry I should have said Sally Petersen not Brenda.
Added by Liz Askew on 10 July 2008
Hi Liz, that's certainly Provost MacKay tucking in there on the left! He lived in the cul de sac at the end of Joss Street - I think Tomich Road?
Added by Bill Geddes on 11 July 2008
I thought that Provost Mackay always lived on High Street in Kinloch House where his daughter, Gertrude, lives now.
Added by Catherine MacKenzie(nee Clark) on 12 July 2008
Hi Bill, I always remember him on the High Street two doors from the Royal Hotel. It was like one house but two doors on to the street. They had a weather graph in the window and the only original granite slabs left on the high street in front of their door. Anna Macleod was nearest the Royal and Millie Macleod's mother on the other side.
Added by Liz Askew on 12 July 2008
Oh dear! I think for some reason I got this mixed up..it was the Drydens I was thinking of! Old age I'm afraid.
Added by Bill Geddes on 13 July 2008
Catherine I agree with you, it was either next door to Donnie Macleod the painter or the next along, definitely the High Street. In fact he was sometimes called Johnny Kinloch ..after his house name.
Added by Duncan Murray on 13 July 2008
Hi Bill, Provost Mackay and family did live in that cul-de-sac in Joss Street before they moved to High Street. They lived there when I was young! Many years ago!!!!
Added by Eileen MacLeod (Andrews) on 16 July 2008
Bill - not old age entirely, the Drydens lived upstairs from the Mackays - we were 1 Tomich Road and I guess the Mackays were 2. Other families were the Beacoms, Buller and Mary Grant, the Scofields (Paddy) and Jean and Paul Grant at the top of the cul-de-sac. I'm sure there were others besides but perhaps old age is getting in the way! We moved to the High Street in about 1960, I think after the Mackays. I remember they were always very good to me, but I also remember getting bitten by one of their two cairn terriers - but they provided instant medical attention!
Added by Fraser Dryden on 04 August 2008
Thanks for the response Fraser, it's a relief to know that sometimes my brain does function correctly. I spent many many hours playing football with Munro Hill in Tomich Road. The Hills lived in the last house in Joss Street. I always fancied myself as a goalkeeper (ridiculous considering my lack of inches). My goal mouth was the fence at the top of Tomich Road and as the road was just gravel my knees still carry the scars from the many times I failed to prevent Munro from scoring!
Added by Bill(y) Geddes on 06 August 2008
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