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The Invergordon Archive

A meeting with the Chief
The Invergordon Archive
A meeting with the Chief

Picture taken in 1961 when Fachy Dunn made a visit to Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. He was fortunate enough to have a picture taken with an Indian Chief.
I remember him having it taken - the temperature was around 100 degrees F.
Picture added on 14 March 2012 at 10:45
Harry. this is a very good photo of your grandfather.
Added by Catherine MacKenzie (nee Clark) on 15 March 2012
Harry, What a good photo this. Your Grandfather looks great.
Added by Rosalie (Graham) Samaroo on 24 March 2012
Thanks Catherine and Rosalie, one of the few pictures of him without his bonnet due to the heat.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 24 March 2012
So at least two folks from Inverg have been to Kamloops! My wife and I stayed in Joyce's B&B there in 2003 as we drove around BC dodging forest fires. I guess the chief is getting on a bit now (aren't we all?) Out of the place is Kamloops.
Added by John Fraser on 30 April 2012
What I really meant was "...out of the way place"
Note to self: Edit before posting x 100
Added by John Fraser on 01 May 2012
Hi Harry I have this photo I was given it when my Grandad (Harry Dunn) passed away. My dad told me that this is my Great-Grandad Fachy Dunn oh my god my Grandad was his double.
Added by Angeline Cowan (Dunn) on 10 November 2017
Hi Angie, yes even myself starting to look like him. Your great great grandfather is also on this site and the resemblance there is incredible.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 10 November 2017
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