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At the wheel
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At the wheel

This was taken I believe on board a ship which was off Cromarty to be broken up - The 3 men are left to right at rear - the brother of a Mrs Robertson who lived in Bayview Crescent - Mr Robertson -and my father Peter Gilmour - no date available but clearly quite some time ago. My father died in April 1957 - George E Gilmour

(I've guessed the date at 1935 - Calum)
Picture added on 18 February 2011 at 12:58
Comments:
I am doing my family history - my family dates back to Cromarty - I have several Peter Gilmours through the generations. I am decended from John Henry Hebner and Elizabeth Gilmour. John Henry was a merchant seaman born in Holland. The family lived at 8 Braehead acording to the 1881 Scotland census. Was wondering if Peter Gilmour in this photo was a relative. My Great Grandfather John McKay Hebner was born in Cromarty 16th July 1872. I have an old photo that on the back reads "Gilmours cottage" it looks very like 6 Barkly Street which is another of the address they lived at. Does anyone have any information?
Added by Cathy Monnington on 15 April 2011
1. re Cathy's comment I have sent an email to her about this as my family once lived in Barkley Lane Cromarty a long time ago.
2. The photo was taken on the "Osterhav" see " The Cromarty I knew" by Eric Malcolm page 19 - George E Gilmour.
Added by George E Gilmour on 21 April 2011
This is my Father Peter Gilmour. I am Mary Mcintosh.
Added by Mary Mcintosh on 22 September 2011
Are you able to tell me if you are related to George Gilmore, born Inverness about 1870-Feb 1867, Cromarty; wife Elizabeth Junor about 1870-Nov 1860 Cromarty.
Added by Angela Barclay on 07 April 2015
not at all I think but will check and post again as soon as I can
Added by George E Gilmour on 09 April 2015
From the research I have done the Gilmours I am related to came from Cromarty and originally further north. It is possible that later generations may have moved down to Inverness but I don't know. In answer to your question Angela I don't think we are related.
Added by Cathy Monnington on 11 April 2015
I am the daughter of Donald (Donnie)Taylor,the man on the left was Colin Stewart (better known as Stewart) Thomson from the Denny.He was Ella Robertson's brother,my father'suncle.
Added by Linda Low on 09 June 2015
Thanks for that Linda - we were neighbours and lived at 31 Bayview Crescent - who is your father then?
Added by George E Gilmour on 10 June 2015
My father was from Ella's first marriage to George Taylor (Fortrose)who died in 1918. His younger brother was Peter, a coastguard, who married Jean McLeod, she lives in Wick. My mother was Louisa (Loula) Taylor from Burnside.
Added by Linda Low on 08 July 2015
Thanks Linda
Added by George on 19 October 2015
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