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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon Bowling Club
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon Bowling Club

Winners of the Bowling Club’s Dewar Trophy, 1933.
Back row, left to right: A. W. Ross, D. A .M. Ross, J. T. Reid, D. Marshall;
Front row: W. Bryce, J. Johnstone, S. Rose, W. Wilson.
Picture added on 13 May 2004
D.A.M. Ross was the Provost of the town, and A.W. Ross was a later Provost during the late '40s/'50s. Mr Bryce had two daughters, Agnes and Doris. Doris is married to a famous landscape artist. Mr Marshall was in charge of the bank. Mr Rose ran a coal merchants office in the town. Did W. Wilson have the grocer's shop at the bottom of the High Street?
Added by Jessie Robb & Lilian Boon, nee Andrews on 15 August 2004
The Dewar Trophy is not one of the Bowling Club Trophies but is played for each year in a competition run by the Norhern Bowling League.
Added by Bill Gilmour, Club President on 16 August 2005
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