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Logan.
Reference: 26606
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Mrs Catherine Shaw, Logan Cottage, Ballifeary, Inverness. Daughter of Thomas Logan Mackintosh and Margaret Mackintosh of Logan Cottage. She married Peter Boyd Shaw who was killed in France in 1918.
Reference: 23193
Mrs Catherine Shaw, Logan Cott...
Wedding. Either Cochrane-Robertson or Smith-Logan. #
Reference: H-0084a
Wedding. Either Cochrane-Rober...
Wedding. Either Cochrane-Robertson or Smith-Logan. #
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Wedding. Either Cochrane-Rober...
Wedding. Either Cochrane-Robertson or Smith-Logan. Damaged plate. #
Reference: H-0084c
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Wedding. Either Cochrane-Robertson or Smith-Logan. #
Reference: H-0084d
Wedding. Either Cochrane-Rober...
Major General Sir Robert Bellew Adams VC KCB, was born in Muree in the Punjab, India, on 26th July 1856. He was the son of Lt.-Col. Robert Roy Adams (of Forres) and Frances Charlotte Caroline Bellew (of Soulby), and was a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.   He served in India and Afghanistan and was appointed ADC to HM King Edward VII. In November 1908 he was compelled to resign after a serious injury to his spine resulting from a riding accident. Invalided out of the Army he retired in December 1911.  His father had been District Commissioner of Peshawar who was assassinated by Musselmen fanatics in 1864. His mother died in 1903. Adams was the second cousin of Edward Donald Bellew, also a VC winner, and his surviving niece was Mrs Evan M. Barron, of Oaklands.  In 1911 he was living at 35 Alma Road, St.Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He made a will on 26th January 1928 and died on 13th February 1928 at age 71 at Reay House, Inverness, Scotland. His heirs were his sisters, Ismay Bellew Adams Logan and Emily Anne Erskine Adams McPherson.   General Adams is buried in Tomnahurich Cemetery.
Reference: 26437
Major General Sir Robert Belle...

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