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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon Dockyard
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon Dockyard

Another group of employees - and ratings - from the dockyard. The caption reads: E block Sec 1&2 Invergordon 1918.
Picture added on 13 February 2005
I am trying to locate information about my grandfather Mr. W. Hall who worked as an engineer at the Invergorden Naval Dockyards in 1918.
Added by Jon Hall on 25 June 2005
My grandfather James Parkin was at Invergordon Dockyard in 1918 and he looked a lot like the man 3rd from left, 3rd row back. Is there any way this can be checked? James was an electroplater and was sent up there from Portsmouth Dockyard, where he worked from 1914 til 1947. I have his Dockyard record, but it doesn't show where he was, just how much he was paid and what job he was doing.
Added by Marc on 08 March 2012
My grandfather, James Latham, also worked there as an engineer during WW1. How do I find any records about his time there?
Added by Sue Boon (need Latham) on 26 November 2016
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