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Robert and Elizabeth Wilson and their family. Standing L-R James born 1885, Nannie, Willie born 1883. Seated L-R Archie born 1881, Robert born 1825, Elizabeth born 1848, ?. In front John born 1890.

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In war time ‘black out’ screened head lamps and white painted mud guards for visibility

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Taken in 1906. Thomas won 2/6 for coming 2nd in the boys race for over 13 and under 17 in the Carsphairn sports in 1866

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C 1900

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With McMath and Hyslop and a mass of hounds and working dogs

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Who curled for Carsphairn in the 1960s

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In the uniform of the Canadian Black Watch, his wife Kate Refford, his mother Lettice Lucy Clark Kennedy and his sister, possibly Alice at Knockgray in 1915. Laminated print. Same as DI_61.

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From the left - The Honourable Lettice Lucy Clark Kennedy d:1939, Leopald James b:1881 - d:1932, Alice Arthur b:1882 - d:1961, Lettice Eleanor b:1878 - d:1926, The daughter of John Waugh (gamekeeper), William Hew b:1878 - d:1961 and John William…

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Copy of unknown original - Miss Janet (Jennie) Richardson, whose suitcase with the Cunard label on it is here, was born in Dalmellington. Had she lived she would have been 110 this year. She spent most of her working life in America in Sharon,…

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copy of unknown original - He died on his way to the school where he was still teaching despite his great age. His father was Hugh McCulloch who moved from Carsphairn to Dalmellington. He had four children, Hugh, Alexander, a son who died in infancy…

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Taken in 1945 in full regalia as worn as acting Pipe Major Royal Scots in victory parades around Europe.

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Thomas Hastie’s sister taken in early 1900s. She married James Bone in 1849. He was a leadminer at Woodhead for over 10 years. At least two of the younger women in this photograph are her daughters and the youngest may be a grandaughter. The entire…

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It was said that she was grief stricken when this photograph was taken. In 1851 they lived in High Row, the remains of which can still be seen today.

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He appears in the 1841 and 1851 Woodhead leadmine censuses.

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Thomas Hastie with his eldest son John Gladstone Hastie born in Scotland in 1854, his eldest Grandson Thomas born 1876 and his eldest great grandson Charles born 1906.

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L-R Miss Helen Lawrence, Mrs Peter Campbell, Miss Diana Lawrence, Miss Molly Campbell, Mrs Bessie Cunningham. Mrs Jean Johnston, Mrs Minnie McNae, Doris McNae, Jim McNae, Brian Johnston

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L-R Tony McMillan (Glasgow), Charlie McMillan, Mary Dickson with her son Willie.

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The boy aged about twelve here would have been a lead washer at the lead mines. This photo was taken in the mid 1870’s.

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L-R Mrs Buchanan(later teacher at Carsphairn) Mr Bob Buchanan, Miss Allan, Miss Allan, Mrs Ferguson, Reverend James Allan (United Presbyterian Minister 1921 -1924) Mrs Allan

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L-R Tommy Bryden, Margaret Gillespie holding Mysie Gillespie, Mrs Bet Gillespie, Jimmy Thomson, Jim Campbell

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She died in 1993 and is buried in the family grave in Carsphairn Kirkyard

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with the Dalmellington Brass Band at his Jubilee Birthday Party in 1889

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Brother of Rev. Thomas Cannan, Carsphairn.

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Lt. Col. William Hew Clark Kennedy and his two brothers Captain Archibald DH Clark Kennedy and Captain Alexander K Clark Kennedy

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taken at Knockgray in 1915

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in uniform of the Imperial Yeomanry

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Taken on the drive opposite Knockgray House 1886

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Was trained by Standard Life in Edinburgh along with his brother Archibald. He served in the Boer War and was wounded. On his return he was sent to Canada and, on the outbreak of the First World War, joined the Canadian Infantry Brigade. He became…

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Photo from album in Lawrence Collection

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Outside Greenfoot Cottage

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Outside Greenfoot Cottage.

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Outside Greenfoot Cottage

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