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Ralph Forlow Memorial - amongst the daffodils

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Ralph Forlow Memorial - near Loch Dungeon, Rhinns of Kells

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Moss Roddoch Loch - taken by Ken McAlpine

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Grey Mares Tail - taken by Ken McAlpine

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Estuary of the River Nith at Kippford - taken by Ken McAlpine

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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8.5.98 - Walk - Ruins of Lagerie, Drumness and Darnaw from Polmaddy

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

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30.9.89 - Carsphairn Heritage Group Sponsered Walk - The Rhinns of Kells, Clenrie to Drum John

Seaton4.pdf
This folder refers to the Sitons and Seatons of Tynron, Dumlriesshire and the James Seaton Family of Penpont (referred to in Seaton (3) and the Robert Seaton Family of New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire.

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Seaton3.pdf
This folder refers to the Seatons of Chanlockhead, a remote farm some distance from Penpont in Dumfriesshire.

‘The first page of the folder sets the scene for the story of this branch of the family and at the end there is a family tree.

James…

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Seaton2.pdf
This folder covers the family of John Seaton (1802/5 — 1861) who was born in Carsphairn but went to Breconshire in South Wales where he became firstly a tea dealer and grocer and later a bailiff and sheriff's officer.

John was a grandson of John…

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Seaton1.pdf
This is a compilation of papers’ relating to the Seaton/Siton/Sittlington family that have been given to us over the years by several branches of the family.

There are four folders relating to this family.

In this one there is most detail for…

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McTurk.pdf
The McTurk family has had a presence in Carsphairn Parish since the 1660s. They have been landowners since that time and their family trees have been well documented.

In this folder are photocopies of original documents (with a transcription of…

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McMillan4.pdf
We do not know how long this family lived at Strahanna but we do know that they were there in 1841 and that the family grave is in the Kirkyard at Carsphairn. After Carsphairn they moved to Moniaive but several of the sons and daughters went to…

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McMillan1.pdf
The second folder on the McMillans of Carsphairn contains information about Campbell McIntosh McMillan who was killed during the Second World War and some extracts from Jane Abel’s (nee McMillan) book “Reflections of a Grandmother” which include her…

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McMillan1.pdf
This family are descended from Hugh Campbell and Grizel Gordon. Their granddaughter Agnes, born in 1807 married Robert MacMillan in 1829 and thus was founded the Macmillan/McMillan family which made a huge contribution to
community life for the next…

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McCrae2.pdf
This folder the second of two about the McCrae family is mostly about the Canadian descendants of Marmaduke McCrae.

There is a section on John McCrae.

The last section is on the McCrae family in Carsphairn. It is not known if they, too, are…

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McCrae1.pdf
There were several McCrae families who left Carsphairn in the middle of the nineteenth century but they appear to be descended from Marmaduke McCrae who lived at Bridgend and is buried in Carsphairn Kirkyard.

Marmaduke had at least three sons,…

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The Harpers at Furmiston

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Service to commemorate the bicentenary of significant rebuilding of Carsphairn Church.

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A sermon on Psalm 40 v. 1, 2: I waited patiently on the Lord, etc

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In the inside cover of this folder is detailed information on seven generations of the McCulloch family as well as births, marriages and death certificated as well as family photographs.

There is more information on James McCulloch, the…

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McCulloch_1.pdf
The McCulloch family were very good dykers (builders of stone walls) who lived in Carsphairn for many years.

Here, there is a family tree with miscellaneous family information and extracts from registers for Hugh McCulloch born 1822 and his…

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SloaneDick.pdf
This folder was presented to Carsphairn Heritage Group by Diana Dick, a descendant of the Sloan family, during her visit from Tasmania April 2018.

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Plan of Properties for 1919 auction

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Plan of Woodhead including portions of the adjacent farms in the Parish of Carsphairn, Property of the Honourable Mrs MacAdam Cathcart of Craigengillan. Surveyed by A E Thomson, Ayr 1838.

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In Sacred Memory of JOHN BARCLAY MACMLLAN who died 25th March 1933 beloved husband of ISABELLA CALDER who died 16th May 1985 and their son GEORGE BARCLAY McMILLAN who died 10th April 1990 beloved husband of EILEEN MAY CAMMON who died 19th January…

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Stories, photographs and pictures from our 1997 exhibition, Petticoat Rule.

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Carsphad farm buildings and house

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Shows the Carsphad farm buildings still standing

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Colour photo

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With donor's notes

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2 x colour photographs

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2 x Colour photographs

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Poem with donor's own notes

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Last woman to be publicly hung in Scotland

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3 x hand drawn maps of the site

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Mr McInnes, nephew's research notes which accompany the Carsphad Murder Poem

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Poem written about the story of the Murder at Carsfad, near Carsphairn

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Carsphairn in snow

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Dalmellington from Cockie Knowe

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The Old Bridge Dalmellington

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Reverse - "Thats Uncle Johns (Richardson) Bus going into Dalmellington Station".
This was the big flood in Dalmellington

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Reverse - This is the bridge at Aunt Jennys.

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Station Dalmellington

Postmarked Dalmellington, 2.8.??, George V Stamp.
To Mr D R Richardson, Milfield, Twynholm
Transcript: Dear P, I got the note alright and many thanks for it. If you haven't got the case sent on just keep it till I send for…

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Carsphairn Street - in colour

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View of New Dam, Carsphairn

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View of church/churchyard

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Ann Armstrong sitting, May McLelland standing; Carsphairn 1929

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