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Barometer cottage shore street golspie
My wifes family live in this cottage for many years her great uncle was bobba celtic i was just wondering weather there was any photos of the property has its not there anymore spent many happy holidays in golspie and always stop on my way up to see friends up in orkney would be must gratefull
Yours faithfully
G Smith
Posted by Garry smith on 05 April 2017
Hi Gary, can you use the contact us page and we can then e-mail you a couple of photos. Thanks
Posted by Shirley on 05 April 2017
we enjoyed another excellent New Year Ceilidh 2nd Jan 2014
Elaine and ian
Posted by ELAINE on 09 January 2014
Golspie connection
My family came from the Golspie area over 100 years ago, my family history includes Fergusons, Melvilles & Armstrongs, with an early connection to the Sutherlands through Ann Sutherland, who married William Melvin in the 1700's. I have been researching my heritage, and gave found it fascinating to unravel the threads. If any one has info that would help, such as history of life back then, I would love to hear from you. My grandfather was Donald Ferguson, who married Emma Armstrong in India in 1878, I believe he died in India; he lived & worked there as a tea planter; the chidren were sent home to their grandmother, Masrgaret Ferguson (nee Melville) for schooling. Thank you, Mary

Posted by Mary (Ferguson) Jones on 01 February 2013
Have quite a bit of information on the Ferguson/Melville connection if you would like to get in touch. Thanks.
Shirley, Secretary, Golspie Heritage Society
Posted by Shirley Sutherland on 01 February 2013
New year ceilidh
Brilliant night at the Heritage ceilidh last night- big thank you to Johnny, Maryann and Shirley! We are so lucky to have such a special place to celebrate. Long may it's tradition continue!
Posted by Sheila Robertson on 03 January 2013
Alexander Sutherland Limited
I would like to find out more about the Alexander Sutherland construction company that was sold to Morrisons of Tain in 1977 I think.

Morrison went on to arguably great things and it was Sutherland people that made this happen.

Sutherland was a very significant enterprise and should be celebrated!
Posted by Alan Ross on 13 January 2012
family history
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Great Site
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congratulations
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New Website
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