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Cromarty Baker 1969
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Cromarty Baker 1969

This picture is used with the kind permission of Scottish Field, which used it in their article 'Cromarty, the Forgotten Town' by G. Allan Little, in their March 1970 issue. I believe the baker shown here was called McAulay?
Picture added on 28 July 2003
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1970 Scottish Field Article
Comments:
Yeah That was Ken Macauley. Sheila from the Arms and Kenneth from Tulloch Castles Father. His wife was Hilda Nee Hossack Sister of Donnie Hossack Formely 18 Bayview Crescent. Ken Died while Golfing on Fortrose Golf Course if I recall correctly.
Anonymous comment added on 28 July 2003
Ken made the best rolls and bread ever. I remember he made a cake for the Brownies picnic which had all our names on it.
Added by Rhoda Patience (nee Macleod) on 19 May 2004
Thanks for remembering my Dad Rhoda! I still miss him. Don't know if Clem remembers, but I used to take his butteries and rolls in to the County Architects' office in Dingwall where I worked.
Added by Shelagh Luck (nee MacAulay) on 20 March 2006
Shelagh, those morning rolls were something else. I can taste them yet, they were so good! I remember your Dad enjoyed working in his garden which always looked lovely.
Added by Dorothy Robertson on 20 March 2006
First time I've seen this photo in a long time. Miss my dad loads.
Added by Janie Binnie (nee Macaulay) on 03 January 2010
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1970 Scottish Field Article

Salmon Fishing 1969Mrs Barwell in her shopAlison Dunn working in potteryProvost RossEric Malcom's cottage 1969Relaxing at the Salmon Bothy - Jimmy 'Toot' Hogg, and Isaac MacPheeMrs Calder at St. Anns, Church Street.Michael or Erwin Roehling with large fish.