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The Invergordon Archive

Hugh Fraser
The Invergordon Archive
Hugh Fraser

Hugh Fraser, in the centre, was a telegram boy before the first World War, joined the 6th Seaforths, and became a postman at Kildary after the War.
Picture added on 18 April 2004
Maybe he is one of the other two? The one in the centre looks like an Australian soldier.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 20 November 2009
The person on the right in the picture looks very like Dick Mitchell shown in picture #1282 in which I recently commented on. If it is the same person then I would suggest the date here is slightly out.
Added by Duncan Murray on 20 November 2009
The Seaforth's headress and tunic are wrong for WW2. I believe the Tammy was replaced in the 1930s by the Forage Cap.
Anonymous comment added on 21 November 2009
The Tammy, or the TOS as it was commonly known, was still in use in the 1980s. In dress uniform it was the Glengarry that was worn.
Added by Doug Will on 29 November 2009
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