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The Invergordon Archive

Staff at Invergordon Post Office
The Invergordon Archive
Staff at Invergordon Post Office

(Date of the picture is unknown)
Picture added on 26 February 2010 at 13:19
Would the fellow with the pipe be Jock Mackenzie? - Zillah's father. Jimmy Mackay back right, my old sparring partner.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 02 March 2010
Dan Shaw, ??, Jock MacKenzie (Jock the Fiddler), Hamish Askew, Jimmy MacKay, ??. I think perhaps that 1950 is a little early for this one.
Added by Gordie Peterson on 10 February 2012
The man front right is my grandfather, Tom MacKenzie from Saltburn. He conducted a Shoe Makers business in Saltburn from 1920 - 1937 and then joined Invergordon Post Office as a telephonist and postman retiring in 1958.
Added by Karen Graham on 10 February 2012
Tom MacKenzie was a member of the Invergordon Yacht Club and a keen dinghy sailor. He was known by us as "Tommy the Post". He was a very kind and sociable man.
Added by Gordon Legge on 10 February 2012
Hi Gordie, thanks for confirming that it is indeed Jock Mackenzie. Yes he was a good fiddler and he used to teach the fiddle in room 15 of the old Academy.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 10 February 2012
Possibly after 1950, but before 1954/55 when Jock Mackenzie moved to Inverness.
Added by Ronald A Stewart on 01 March 2012
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