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Awarded by the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland in March 1914.

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Back Row L-R: Andy Peacock, ?/, ??, Bobby Little, ? Kirk, ?? Third Row: Mary Cowan, Violet Rae, ??, Roberta Dougan, Dorothy Doyle, Nanct Milligan, Jean Wood. Second Row: ??, Florence Daziel, ? Brisbane, Nancy McCoolm, Molly McNaught, Esmee Muir,…

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Whitehall, April 18. The King has been pleased to present the Rev. Thomas Cannan to the church and parish of Carsephairn in the presbytery and stewartry of Kirkcudbright, vacant by the death of the Rev. Henry Corry, late minister there.

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Both are buried in Carsphairn kirkyard.

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Sir,
I beg to inform you that I have taken estimates for the Dyke at the Ligget James Guffie 7 shillings per rood, William McCulloch 7 shillings per rood, Thomas McCulloch and Andrew McCormick 6 shillings and ninepence per rood the most of the…

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The rough-cut blocks, known in the north of England as writhings, were stacked in this way to allow air to circulate and dry them. The wood being blocked here is birch.
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Artist - Robin Ade

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Back: “Mother was born in 1907, in what is now the top end of the byre. Its name was Bridgend of Barlay. The new house was occupied in 1907 by Kirkpatricks” off the photograph, written by Piper Mary

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Grandson of the poet T Murray, to Isa Templeton, sister of the late Mary Murray

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Aunt Isa (Mrs Tom Murray, brother to John Murray), Auntie Mary (Mrs John Murray, cousin to Tom and John Murray), Auntie Bunty. Used to be in Moorbrock, Carsphairn in 1912.

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Sons of Ben J Murray, Farden Molloch, Sanquhar. Grandsons of T Murray, poet, Frae the Heather at Moniaive Sheep Dog Trials

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Oldest son of Ben J Murray, Farden Mulloch, Sanquhar. James was a gifted poet, great grandson of T Murray, poet.

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Mr Andrew Murray of Le Bon’s Bay, Banks Peninsula, does not breed stud cattle or sheep but keeps a flock of Romney ewes. His sale of two-tooths toped the Little River ewe fair (6000 two-tooth ewes offered). He was a keen competitor at dog trials in…

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