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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon Air Raid Wardens
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon Air Raid Wardens

A. R. P. Wardens in the 2nd World War.
Back Row: ? Murdoch, ? MacKenzie, Duguid Ross, John MacMillan, Gordon Wilson, Donnie Hendry (both Donnie and George Jamieson, who is not in the picture, were the messengers).
Front Row: Agnes Borley, Chrissie MacKay, Walter Henry George, Elma George, Marge Chapman.
Picture added on 17 April 2004
Comments:
Thank you for your comment - as Duguid is fourth from the left, not third, do you have any idea who is third from the left - John MacMillan?
Added by Malcolm McKean on 15 August 2004
Duguid is fourth from the left, not third. When the sirens went, we grabbed our gas masks and ran along to Oaks Villa (the wireless operating base?) ready for casualties. Luckily, there weren't any during my shift! We were trained in first aid, and remember lying on the ground learning how to wash mustard gas off casualties that might arise.
Added by Jessie Robb & Lilian Boon, nee Andrews on 15 August 2004
Sorry, Malcolm, we're not sure.
Added by Jessie Robb & Lilian Boon nee Andrews on 18 August 2004
Duguid, whose name was pronounced jukid, was the town photographer...He took numerous photos of our family, some good some not so good
Added by Harry O'Neill on 28 August 2004
Oh yes - Duguid - remember him well, and he also took a number of photos of our family over the years. If I rember right, he lived in Shore Road, with his two? sisters.
Added by Daniel Macdonald on 05 December 2004
I think Duguid lived in Outram Street.
Added by Ronald Stewart on 18 September 2005
Nope, Duguid lived on Shore road, in one of the council houses, same one as the Walkers but around the back.
Added by Harry on 24 September 2005
Agnes Borley was my auntie. Her son Torquil Cowan now lives in Wales.
Added by Ross Mitchell on 14 April 2008
Duguid lived on Shore Road opposite our house and with the Innes's living above him.
Added by Doug Will on 15 April 2008
Doug, you are absolutely right re Duguid's home. I well remember him with that big camera bag slung over his shoulder off to see a football match or whatever.
Added by Rosalie (Graham) Samaroo on 21 April 2008
Duguid is instantly recognisable despite last seeing him over 50 years ago. I remember his big camera. I guess it must have used glass plates and the quality would have been very good. I have asked this on the site before - does anyone know where his films are? He must have had a huge archive of pictures covering anything and everything that happened in Inverg.
Added by Bill Geddes on 05 May 2008
First on back row is Hector Murdoch, I lived across the road from him on Clyde Street.
Added by Don (Munro) Ross on 03 August 2013
Who was the council at the time of WWII who was overseeing the housing stock, including the prefabs that were put up in Joss Street, and the Anderson shelters? I am one of those that attend on a Thursday evening in the museum.
Added by Peter Agate Cpl RAF (retired) on 24 August 2015
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