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The Invergordon Archive

Local Inventor
The Invergordon Archive
Local Inventor

James Sangster Shivas, cycle manufacturer with the first motorised cycle he invented.
Picture added on 18 April 2004
I recall Paul and Eileen Shivas who used to park their bicycles at my old home in Alness, whilst they attended Bridgend School (circa 1947-8). My memory seems to tell me they lived above Achnagarron. I am sure they must be related to James Sangster Shivas. I wonder if they still live locally?
Added by Don Munro on 11 August 2005
Paul Shivas (James Sangster's grandson) is my father and both he and my aunty Aline still live in Invergordon. It's wonderful for me to see all these photos of family members I know little about.
Added by Tracey Shivas on 31 August 2005
My grandfather - James Sangster Shivas - also hired Daimler cars to the Naval officers when they were in port in Invergordon.
Added by Caroline MacLeod (nee Zawinski) on 09 May 2007
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