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Allison family group c.1920. Rear from left, Margaret Allison (age 15), Maurie Allison (21), William 'Bill' Lumsden Allison (20), Isabella 'Ella' Allison (18). Front row; twins Murdo and Alastair Allison (8), father William Allison (38), Donald 'Donnie' Allison (5), mother Annie Lumsden (36), Helen Allison (9) and John Allison (16).   Bill Allison emigrated to America where he married Dorothy Paterson in 1930, the daughter of Peter Paterson of Inverness. A master baker and one time president of the Caledonian Football Club, Peter was a brother of famous photographer Andrew Paterson.
Reference: 22437
Allison family group c.1920. R...
Mrs Johnston, Bridge Street, Inverness. Identification information kindly provided by Dave Conner and Duncan Chisholm.  Officer on the left is Acting Chief Constable Andrew Meldrum, appointed on 7th August 1944 when Chief Constable Stewart was summoned to the fledgling Control Commission for Germany.  Second left is Chief James Douglas Stewart, a Canadian from Winnipeg, who was appointed Chief Constable of Inverness Burgh on 11th January 1943 after previous service in the City of Dundee Police. Stewart was later seconded to the Control Commission for Germany from 1944 until August 1946 as the Deputy Inspector General of the Special Police Corps for Germany, with the rank of Colonel.  The other two officers on the right are Burgh Special Constables with Inspector rank. The officer on the far right is Hugh W Johnstone of 17 Bridge Street, Inverness. He lived at Culduthel Gardens. One of his brothers owned a shoe shop on Grant Street and the other, Daniel, lived next to Chief Constable Paterson at the corner of Ballifeary Road and Glenurquhart Road.
Reference: 42900d
Mrs Johnston, Bridge Street, I...
Miss Macdonald, The Hotel, Munlochy, Black Isle. Isabella Macdonald was born on 17th September 1894 in Poyntzfield. This portrait was taken c1922. She married Andrew Macleod on 8th June 1923 in Avoch. (See image ref:24282_mcleod). Biographical information kindly provided by her granddaughter Irene Thomas.
Reference: 23236
Miss Macdonald, The Hotel, Mun...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192a
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192b
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192c
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192d
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192e
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192f
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
From The Times, Monday, 4th September, 1939:  MR. ANTHONY WILLS and MISS LESLIE MELVILLE. 'Owing to the international situation, the marriage took place quietly on Saturday in St. Andrews Cathedral, Inverness, of the Hon. Frederick Anthony Hamilton Wills, eldest son of Lord and Lady Dulverton, and Miss Judith Betty Leslie Melville, eldest daughter of the Hon. Ian and Mrs. Leslie Melville. The Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) officiated, assisted by the Very Rev. A. A. D. Mackenzie, Provost of Inverness Cathedral. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a brown two-piece suit. There were no bridesmaids. The Hon. E. R. H. Wills (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. A reception was afterwards held in the Station Hotel by the Hon. Mrs. Leslie Melville.'  The marriage ended in divorce in 1961. Anthony Wills, the 2nd Baron Dulverton b.1915-d.1992. Judith Betty Leslie-Melville b.1916.
Reference: 1192g
From The Times, Monday, 4th Se...
Hamish Paterson (1904-1982). Tigh-an-Uillt, 48 Culduthel Road, Inverness. Later became an architect and married Florence Margaret Ross (1909-1987) in 1940. (see images 1299a to 1299k). He had a twin brother, Hector Paterson (see image ref 37284) and was the son of famous photographer Andrew Paterson (1877-1948).
Reference: 24194b
Hamish Paterson (1904-1982). T...
Hamish Paterson (1904-1982). Tigh-an-Uillt, 48 Culduthel Road, Inverness. Later became an architect and married Florence Margaret Ross (1909-1987) in 1940. (see images 1299a to 1299k). He had a twin brother, Hector Paterson (see image ref 37284) and was the son of famous photographer Andrew Paterson (1877-1948).
Reference: 24194a
Hamish Paterson (1904-1982). T...