Primary 3/4/5 - 1953 ??
Date Added: 01 April 2010 Contributor: Cynthia Whyman Year: 1953 Picture No: 2644
Cynthia says: "This is an old photo from when I lived in Cromarty as a child with my grandmother, Mrs Jessie Hossack, living in Rowan Cottage in 1953. I am far left, front row, my name was Cynthia Stewart then, have since married with 2 children and am now known as Cynthia Whyman, living in Barry, South Wales. Do you recognise yourself or anyone in this photo, would be great to put some names to faces."
This photo is 1953 as it is printed on cover of photo. I think Ronnie Cooper is far right in second row. Comment left on 15 April 2010 at 21:48 by Cynthia Whyman (nee Stewart)
I think the fair haired boy 5th from right back row is my cousin Dennis Manson. Comment left on 26 April 2010 at 17:15 by Sue Florence
The girl front row 3rd from the left is my late cousin Mary Grant, Grace who delivered the milk for so many years was her mum. Comment left on 29 April 2010 at 12:17 by Margaret Cassie (Clelland )
Middle row 5th from the right Diane Cooper, front row sitting 4th from the right Margaret Macintosh, Donald's sister. 4th from the left front row, could it be Pauline Gilmour? Comment left on 29 April 2010 at 12:26 by Margaret Cassie (Clelland )
6th left front row Kathleen House, 3rd right front row Margaret Hogg, 1st right front row Iris Maclean? 3rd right back row Davie Maclean. Comment left on 29 April 2010 at 12:40 by Margaret Cassie (Clelland)
This was taken in 1953 just before we moved to Barry in South Wales. Comment left on 29 June 2010 at 22:29 by John Stewart [born in Cromarty in 1941]
My grandmother Jessie Hossack was married to Alex Hossack [also known as Sandy] She was widowed prior to being married to alex, my blood Grandfather was a Stewart. [re : Catherine Penman.] Comment left on 01 July 2010 at 16:32 by John. Stewart.[born in Cromarty in 1941]
John do you remember the days just after the war when our Mothers would take us for a walk along to the "New Harbour" for a breath of fresh air as they would say. On the way home it was usually into Mrs Kelly"s shop for tea. Years later still well under age I tried to buy a 1/2 bottle from your Grandmother at the "Control". I don"t need to tell you how that ended. All the best. Comment left on 01 July 2010 at 22:15 by Alex Grant
Alex, i can imagine how she would have reacted .I remember you from school and have some memory of the walks. regards John. Comment left on 02 July 2010 at 10:58 by John Stewart [born in Cromarty in 1941]
The girl next to Diane Couper is, I think, Moira Hendry and I think that is Kenneth Macaulay on the extreme left in the middle row. I should know all of these people but I am not 100% sure. I think Margaret McIntosh is fourth from the right in the front row. Comment left on 31 August 2010 at 23:13 by Hazel Clark
2nd from the left front row. Helen Bremner My Sister. Comment left on 18 November 2010 at 17:27 by James A Bremner
I still recall going into Kellys tearoom and shopit has always stuck in my mind i loved the smell of the sweets I was born in Allerton Farm 1945 Comment left on 25 December 2010 at 16:30 by Anne Kidd(nee Wade) Beattie was the family name
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I think Mrs Jessie Hossack may have been the wife of my father's (Samuel Hossack) Uncle Alex who I remember visiting in Rowan Cottage. Comment left on 01 April 2010 at 21:01 by Catherine Penman