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Miss MacLeay.
Reference: 26639a
Miss MacLeay....
Miss MacLeay.
Reference: 26639b
Miss MacLeay....
Miss MacLeay.
Reference: 26639c
Miss MacLeay....
Miss MacLeay.
Reference: 26639d
Miss MacLeay. ...
Miss M. Macleay, Miavaig House, Uig, Stornoway, Isle Of Lewis.
Reference: 23697
Miss M. Macleay, Miavaig House...
Miss Peggy MacLeay.
Reference: 26425a
Miss Peggy MacLeay. ...
Miss Peggy MacLeay.
Reference: 26425b
Miss Peggy MacLeay....
Miss Peggy MacLeay.
Reference: 26425c
Miss Peggy MacLeay....
Inverness Royal Academy Cricket 1st XI 1949-1950. Rear: Mr McArdle, Ross Martin, Scott Moffatt, Niven Grant, George Grant, Will Cameron, Mr MacLeay. Front: John Sanderson, Alfred Cooper, Donald MacLennan, Brian MacDonald (C), Ian Rodger, Leslie Hodge. (Courtesy Inverness Royal Academy Archive IRAA_064).
Reference: IRAA
Inverness Royal Academy Cricke...
Grace Ann Macleay and her brother Alick Macleay, of Arpafeelie. They later lived with their parents Duncan Macleay and Jessie (nee Paterson) in the Strach at Craigton, North Kessock. Grace married Willie Paterson in 1900 and died in June 1965. (See mp002). Submitted by Margaret Paterson. (AP/H-0264)
Reference: mp001
Grace Ann Macleay and her brot...
Willie Paterson of North Kessock, married Grace Ann Macleay in 1900. He died in February 1939. (See mp001). Submitted by Margaret Paterson.  (AP/H-0265)
Reference: mp002
Willie Paterson of North Kesso...
Craigton at North Kessock. The Kessock Bridge now runs just out of the picture on the left. The cottages on the Strach, once occupied by the Macleays and Patersons are long gone, with only the holly bush still standing to mark the spot (2013). Submitted by Margaret Paterson. (AP/H-0267) *
Reference: mp004
Craigton at North Kessock. The...

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