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Isa & George Thomson

Isa & George Thomson

Date Added: 17 March 2005 Contributor: Margaret Owens Year: 1961 Picture No: 1076

Standing outside their house in Duke St, probably with their daughter Irene.

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Yes, it is me! Comment left on 02 July 2005 at 19:24 by Irene
We will miss you granny Love you lots from Donald Kathrine and Hamish xxx Comment left on 27 October 2006 at 21:31 by Anonymous
I was saddened when my gran told me about Isa. I seen her shortly before she passed away, which was good I suppose. Isa was one of the 'old school'. Cliche, I know, but its true. Nothing was ever too much to ask of her. She was amazing to me and all my family and was a great addition to the staff at The Byre. I loved her a great deal and she will be truly missed. I was upset I couldn't make the funeral but my best wishes goes out to all her family.
Ross xxx
Comment left on 21 November 2006 at 15:13 by Rocco
Thank you Ross for your kind wishes to us following the passing of Isa. She will be sadly missed by us all, thanks Flora. (Billy's wife ). I shall let the family know about your kind words. Comment left on 23 December 2006 at 19:25 by Flora Thomson.
My Granny was the best granny you could ever want i want to thank everyone that helped my family through everything Granny i will miss you you were the best Love Kathrine xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Comment left on 25 December 2006 at 23:26 by Anonymous
I'd like to add my condolences to Billy and Flo. Isa was a lovely woman and a perfect wife to George. She will be sadly missed by the locals in Crom I'm sure. I'm not always the first to hear of folk's passing in Cromarty, but I remember them all very well, and am sad to hear of any of them leaving us. Comment left on 30 December 2006 at 11:16 by Jackie Bain
Thank you very much for your kind words of condolences Jackie. Billy and I both remember you. I often see Caroline if I'm out and about in Fortrose. Thank you again and all the best for 2007 Flora. Comment left on 31 December 2006 at 19:35 by Flora Thomson.
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