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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...
Miss Anabella Fraser, 23 Lovat Road, Inverness.
Reference: 25317
Miss Anabella Fraser, 23 Lovat...
K. Campbell.
Reference: 25984
K. Campbell....
Campbell, Abban Street, Inverness. Brothers.
Reference: 42874a
Campbell, Abban Street, Invern...
Campbell, Abban Street, Inverness. Brothers.
Reference: 42874b
Campbell, Abban Street, Invern...
Campbell, baby, Creich Farm.
Reference: 42889a
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Campbell, baby, Creich Farm.
Reference: 42889b
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Campbell, baby, Creich Farm.
Reference: 42889c
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Mrs John Bell, Strathpeffer. Bridal.
Reference: 42930a
Mrs John Bell, Strathpeffer. B...
Mrs John Bell, Strathpeffer. Bridal.
Reference: 42930b
Mrs John Bell, Strathpeffer. B...
Artillery guns and Flora Macdonald statue overlooking the River Ness from Castle Hill, Inverness. Flora helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape after the Jacobite Rebellion failure in 1746. The statue was unveiled in July 1899.  On the left is an 1873 German cannon captured by the Cameron Highlanders in the First World War. The cannon on the right was a trophy from Sebastopol in the Crimean War, presented to Inverness on 4th August 1857. It sits on a cast metal carriage built by the Rose Street Foundry. The were two Russian guns and 'Inverness Advertiser' wrote that 'The guns are 45-pounders, weighing about 56 cwts. each. They are from Sebastopol, and seem to have seen hard service, both being partially damaged.' It's unsure when the guns disappeared. They were probably removed from the castle at the time of the Castle Street landslide which took place on 11th October 1932. The remaining guns were sold as scrap, supposedly for the war effort, by the County Council in 1941. *
Reference: H-0018
Artillery guns and Flora Macdo...
Catherine Bell b 1839 in Fowlis Wester, Perthshire and Matthew Rodger b 1831 in New Dailly, Ayr. Submitted by Catherine Cowing.
Reference: cc16
Catherine Bell b 1839 in Fowli...