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Cromarty Image Library

4 Barkly Street - c1940s
The Cromarty Archive
4 Barkly Street - c1940s

Isabella Jane Mackenzie (left) and Jane Grace Mackay Mackenzie (right)
Picture added on 28 December 2013 at 22:03
Comments:
Janet Grace Mackenzie, was my great aunt, and Isabella Mackenzie was married to my great uncle.
Added by Susan Malarky on 09 January 2014
This is a photo I submitted last year - may I ask who Mary Peteranna is and how you obtained this photo? Cromarty Archives requested a photograph of the interior of 4 Barkly Street, Cromarty and I supplied above photo. Wee bit cross that this photograph is being used by someone else - please explain? These are my great aunts.
Added by Maggie Mackenzie-Goodman on 09 January 2014
Correction - it is not JANE it is JANET GRACE MACKAY MACKENZIE,

Added by Maggie Mackenzie-Goodman on 09 January 2014
Maggie, you supplied this photo during the Cromarty Homes and Heritage project, and corresponded with myself and my colleague (we were facilitators of the project). I was hoping to upload some images from the Homes & Heritage project. I certainly was not trying to take credit for your help-the image library always puts up the name of the person who uploads a photo. Would you like me to remove it?
Added by Mary Peteranna on 18 March 2014
Hi Mary,
Please leave this photo as is. Our Mackenzie clan wanted to know who Mary Peteranna was? Good idea to explain contributor and how they were able to access photo. Thanks for letting me know. Regards Maggie
Added by Maggie Mackenzie-Goodman on 19 March 2014
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