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Major & Mrs Fraser, bridal. Major James W. Fraser was born in 1893 at Crask of Aigas, Beauly, and served in the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders from 1910 to 1939. On 15th February 1943 married Miss Nancy Ford, daughter of Major John Ford DCM, late Cameron Highlanders, and Mrs Ford, Inverness. With Major A.F. MacGillivray, the best man, and Miss M. McLeod.
Reference: 37366d
Major & Mrs Fraser, bridal...
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg, Ross-shire. Wedding portrait c.Nov 1923.
Reference: 23823a
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg...
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg, Ross-shire. Wedding portrait c.Nov 1923.
Reference: 23823b
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg...
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg, Ross-shire. Wedding portrait c.Nov 1923.
Reference: 23823c
Mrs Holm McLeod, Culnaha, Nigg...
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...
Elizabeth McLeod. See 29223a for accompanying image.
Reference: 29223b
Elizabeth McLeod. See 29223a f...
Mrs McLeod, The Smithy, Munlochy, Black Isle. Andrew McLeod was born on 20th August 1880 in Rosskeen and Isabella Macdonald on 17th September 1894 in Poyntzfield. (See image ref: 23236_macdonald). They married on 8th June 1923 in Avoch, but this portrait dates from about 1925.  They had three children, Andrew, born 6th April 1924 in Munlochy, Annie Jane who died in infancy of bronchitis and Alexander, known as Alistair, born in 1934 in Lochcarron. McLeod worked on the land in the Black Isle and was later appointed grieve to Sir Reid who had an estate in Lochcarron. He continued working there for many years before eventually returning to Rosemarkie. (His son Andrew enlisted in 1939 and was based in Glasgow where he married in 1945 and settled. The biographical information has been kindly provided by his daughter Irene Thomas).
Reference: 24282
Mrs McLeod, The Smithy, Munloc...
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Major Jock K. McLeod as a subaltern officer c1950. He served in the Seaforth Highlanders 1949-1961, and was well known as a Trans-Atlantic sailor.
Reference: 42845a
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Ma...
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Major Jock K. McLeod as a subaltern officer c1950. He served in the Seaforth Highlanders 1949-1961, and was well known as a Trans-Atlantic sailor.
Reference: 42845b
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Ma...
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Major Jock K. McLeod as a subaltern officer c1950. He served in the Seaforth Highlanders 1949-1961, and was well known as a Trans-Atlantic sailor.
Reference: 42845c
Lt MacLeod, Stratton House. Ma...
Maj.Gen John Mackenzie, Lord McLeod (1727-1789). He was a son of George Mackenzie, 3rd Earl of Cromarty and raised the 73rd Highlanders in 1777. Photo of painting taken in March 1935.
Reference: 30378a
Maj.Gen John Mackenzie, Lord M...

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