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The Invergordon Archive

Angus Mackenzie of BlackPark, Invergordon
The Invergordon Archive
Angus Mackenzie of BlackPark, Invergordon

Angus Mackenzie of BlackPark, Invergordon circa early 1940s.
Picture added on 11 January 2007
You were so handsome Angus.
Added by Heather (nee Booth) on 11 January 2015
Hi Heather, I remember this man when he worked at the Ironmongers on the High Street, along with Frank Etal. He stood out even then. Greetings to you, I still hear from Alistair now and then.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 14 January 2015
Hi Harry - lovely to hear from you. Thank you for your kind words re Angus. Angus was my stepfather for almost 40 years. He was the nicest & kindest of men. I loved him very much and miss him still. Yes - he worked in Gilbert Ross, ironmongers, although he was originally a grocer to trade. I too remember Frank. When we first arrived in Invergordon in 1960, we stayed in the Salson Hotel, High Street, until our house in the Dockyard was ready. Frank lived permanently in the Salson. A true gentleman also. I keep in touch with Alastair also. Kind regards Harry - Heather
Added by Heather (nee Booth) on 14 January 2015
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