Photographs - People


Photographs - People


The people and families who have lived and worked in the area. Persons have been named where their identities are known.

Collection Items

Burns Supper in Salutation
Text from back:

"Burns Supper in Carsphairn probably Salutation. Unknown date. Donated by Mrs Minnie McNae.

L-R David Coltart, Mrs Quintin Mitchell (sitting under vase), Willian Wallace, Mrs Lammie (partially hidden), Thomas Fergusson (next to…

Bob Martin
Back – Bobbie Martin ....... Carsphairn 1936

Hugh Martin, visiting Carsphairn ca 1968.
Back - Carsphairn. All these rocks Hugh cleared from above field

Johnnie Martin 18 months (appears younger than that)
Back – Johnnie Martin 18 mths. Eldest Child of Mrs James Martin (Senr.)

Ray and Bobbie
Back - Ray & Bobbie

Poppoff family USA
Father killed in B52 Bomber, 1952.

Back: Lynne, Michael and Audrey P, Grand Rapids. Child in striped shirt - unknown.

Poppoff family USA
Father killed in B52 Bomber, 1952.

Back: Michael and Lynne P, Minneapolis.

Mary Templeton and Mrs Liddle outside Clenoch
The handwriting on the photos is that of Mary Templeton (later Murray) of Moorbrock.

Brockloch Campbells
Jean, Minnie and Molly Campbell (L to R)

Brockloch Campbells
Jessie King, May McLellan, Bessie Stewart, Mary McCathie, Mary Alsop, Molly Campbell

George Reid (Bath) & Mr Wilson headteacher
Laser copy. Father of George Renfrew Wilson, artist

Jimmy the pony with Jim Reid
Used to mow the fairways on golf course.

Hastings Family, Culmark
David sitting in front of father, Thomas on left, Walter Hastings on right, Jean on right of Walter, Susan third form left at back, on right, Jenny.

Mrs Agnes Dickson
Lived in Carsphairn was married to Willie Dickson

PC McLellan with others
Probably on golf course about 1930

Bobby & May McLellan
The policeman's children

May McLellan
The policeman's daughter

George Duncan
Keeper, Loch Muck

Agnes McMillan
Aunt Ag in the shop before it was Hislops. Laser copy.

Jeannie McMillan
The sewing mistress. Laser copy.

Mrs Thirtle
Mrs Thirtle sitting in the chair that saved her mother's life

Rev Barclay
UF Minister at Carsphairn

Rev. Thomas Barclay
Minister of Carsphairn United Free Church from 1924-28

Mrs Mary Murray  - Playing the pipes on her 90th birthday
Mrs Murrays funeral mirrored the life she led. Many family and friends gathered at the service in Moffat Parish Church, which was preceded by a service at her home near Crocketford. There was no organ music, the hymns were unacommpanied and her…

Carnavel; 6 men 2 dogs and a horse
David Mitchell, Alex Watson, David Sommerville, George Mitchell, Petrie & David Mitchell Snr.

Ian Muir with dog
Consultant Engineer whose firm built 2 new bridges over Deugh 1929-31

Shooting Party
L-R McMath, James, Goodyear, AM Cathcart, Hyslop. Sitting - FA Cathcart & Ernest. Copy from Cathcart Album

Ernie, Bobby & May McLellan
Children of the policeman

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Lawson
Lived in Carsphairn and became a school teacher elsewhere

Jim Hough&#039;s wedding. <br /><br />
Miss D Richardson, Mrs J McMillan, Mrs J Belford.

Post Office staff
Mr Borthwick the Postmaster, Mrs Jessie Stewart (Postwoman), Miss Agnes McMillan, Mr Hunter, Mrs Mary Dickson, Mrs Betty McMillan.
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