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Forces Christmas Card - 1943
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Forces Christmas Card - 1943

Clem says "This is a sample of a WWII forces Christmas card sent to Cromarty by Donald Watson, Seabank, when he was in the RAF in the Middle East."
Picture added on 27 March 2006
Clem was he the husband of Stella Watson? I thought he was a seaman?
Added by Mary Mackay now Tomlinson Harrison on 27 March 2006
No Mary, Stella Watson was my aunt, my father's youngest sister. She is the lady that worked in our harbour office. This is a wartime card sent by my uncle Donald when he was in the MEAF(RAF).
Stella's husband John Jack, was from Avoch.
Added by Clem Watson on 28 March 2006
Yes Clem I remember Stella very well I used to talk to her a lot in the harbour office I must have been a real pest to her when she was busy Is she still with us?
Added by Mary Mackay now Tomlinson Harrison on 28 March 2006
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