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The Invergordon Archive

Academy Class from 1955
The Invergordon Archive
Academy Class from 1955

Here is a class photo from 1955.

Back Row – Alistair McDonald, John Fraser, Donald Ross, Christopher Ross, Billy Tait, Henry Munro, Norman Will, Ross Mitchell;

Middle Row – Jim Logan, Sheena Woodburn, Eileen McIntosh, Elisabeth Fraser, Gardenia Girvan, Sheila Hogarth, Mary Taylor, Jean Low, Joan McClellan, Sally McKay, Zillah McKenzie, Munro Hill;

Front Row – Alison McDonald, Catherine Ross, Marie McDonald, Jean McKenzie, Christine Johnston, Annabel McIver, Sally Grant, Sheila McRae.
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Picture added on 03 December 2006
Jim this must be a class after the qualifying class, maybe 2a or 3a, as most in the picture were in the same class as me up to Gogglies qualifying class. Also, would that be Sandra Grant in front row? rather than Sally....
Added by Harry O'Neill on 04 December 2006
Yes Harry, your memory is better than mine, it is Sandra Grant and this would have been Class 2a.
Added by Jim Logan on 04 December 2006
Joan's name is spelt wrong, it should be MacLellan. I'm her cousin so I should know.
Anonymous comment added on 22 January 2007
I have an original copy of this. It is my classmates.
Added by Ross Mitchell on 14 April 2008
Jean Low always spelt her name Jene.
Added by Mary Taylor on 14 May 2016
Thank you Mary I never knew that.
Added by Jim Logan on 14 May 2016
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