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Two ladies at the Gaelic chapel
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Two ladies at the Gaelic chapel

John says "this is of my Aunt from Inverness Jess Hutchinson ( on the right )..can anyone help me out with the name of the lady on Left? I'm sure she was a local."
Picture added on 04 January 2006
Comments:
John I think it is Cathie Ross, you would probably remember her Dad Angie Ross cattleman with MacBeans.
My Brother in law Kenneth MacAulay send his regards and all good wishes for 2006 from us all

Added by Anne Short (Finlayson) on 04 January 2006
I`m sure this is Beena Gilmour who worked for Mr. Murray St. Anns
Added by Iris Winton on 05 January 2006
Anne and Iris ...both names ring a bell I must admit ...and I do remember her quite clearly when I was younger!
Added by John Macdonald on 06 January 2006
Iris, If it's my grannies sister Auntie Beena that you're thinking of she had long hair that was always tied up and she didn't wear glasses. I don't think this is Beena, I also think it's Cathie Ross. Hilary would be the one to ask.
Added by Margaret Cassie (Clelland) on 07 January 2006
Beena Gilmour it is, she used to be carer to Miss Murray, & Sutherland Murray who occupied St Anns in the 40's, and 50's . Iris thee kens thee 'istory!
Added by Clem Watson on 07 January 2006
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