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Group Photo
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Group Photo

I recently found this photo in with some of my father's (John B. Shivas) photos and documents. I would really be interested in finding out all the names in this photo as well as the year it was taken. The event appears to be in honour of Remembrance Day as they are all wearing their poppies.

The hand writing on the back of the photo appears to be from my late and very dear cousin Lucille Hudson from Invergordon. The names on the back of the photo are hand written as follows:
"Front row......Macleod, Dingwall / Sandy McLellan / Eckie Murray / Davie / Colin Urquhart/
Next to Colin Urquhart - Heck Stewart".

(Click on "View Large Version" below for a much larger picture. The date - Year - is a pure guess - Site Admin.)
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Picture added on 12 June 2016 at 18:11
Comments:
I recognized Sandy Mclellan and Davey (coon) Ross.
I think this is a reunion of the Seaforth Btn that they were all in during WW2.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 12 June 2016
2nd row behind Eckie Murray and David Ross is Donald MacDonald from The Heights Strathpeffer.
Added by Elaine Maclellan (Ross) on 02 August 2016
Hi Harry! You could be right about this being a Seaforth re-union. Certainly Colin Urquhart was among those who were with the 51st & captured at St Valery.This would be the 4th Battalion, which I believe was a Territorial outfit. My cousin Richard Geddes was a member but did not make it as he was killed near Abbeville in the retreat from the Panzers.
Added by Bill Geddes on 23 December 2016
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