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Cromarty Image Library

Stornoway House - 2003
The Cromarty Archive
Stornoway House - 2003

Picture added on 17 January 2005
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This is where my great-grandmother Isabella MacLeman Finlayson (1906-1989) lived, 5 Shore Street.
Added by Ian Roberts on 18 April 2006
What a lovely house! My Grandfather, Hugh Macleman Finlayson, lived there also. We visited Cromarty in 2003 with Meg {Finlayson} and Hugh Austin along with my husband Dennis. We met some wonderful Scotish people living there including a lady, whose name I believe, is Betty Hogg (picture #483). She had some wonderful memories of my Great grandmother, Isabella Macleman Finlayson.
One of these days I will visit Cromarty again.
Added by Nancy Finlayson on 14 December 2007
I am currently staying in this house, which is now owned by my sister and her husband.
Added by Paul Harvey on 18 August 2015
How nice, I have never been inside the house, if you don't mind could you please tell me or show me what it looks like on the inside. It would be nice to hear from you. My name is Nancy Finlayson and I live in Vancouver, BC Canada
Added by Nancy Finlayson on 19 August 2015
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