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Cromarty Image Library

Capt John MacLean & Son - c1905
The Cromarty Archive
Capt John MacLean & Son - c1905

Capt John MacLean lived in Ivydene, and was skipper of the Bonnie Lass, which can be seen in picture #192.
Picture added on 26 March 2004
I was wondering if this man in the picture john maclean may be a relative of mine.

my family of macleans' came from nairn during the 1800's and 1900's. Gt grandfather alexander maclean had a carpentry nd building business
Added by Faith Batson on 18 July 2006
There are photographs of the gravestones of both Captain John MacLean and his father Murdoch MacLean at www.rosscromartyroots.co.uk. Both stones are in the graveyard of the Gaelic Chapel at Cromarty. For some reason the current site does not allow me to quote the full web address of these photos but they can be found by adding h, t, t & p and in front of:
Added by David MacLean on 29 July 2008
Sadly, we had to disable the ability to add full web addresses when comments were submitted as the admin system was being swamped by hundreds of link spam messages every day promoting Viagra and get-rich-quick schemes.
Added by Colin on 30 July 2008
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