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12 Carpenters at Shop Craigton
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Picture added on 17 December 2009 at 23:12
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Middle joiner is William Henderson, born 1880 in Glenbuchat, died 1959 in Aberdeen.
He is my Uncle, and son of John Henderson and Jane Murdoch.
on 23 September 2010
Worth noting the Square and Compassses in the middle window. I remember walking down the Crags from Beltimb to Jim Davidson's shop, in the late 60s. It still had a hand cranked petrol pump. He also owned the shop at Bellabeg, which is still trading and had a van that went round the glens delivering groceries and all sorts, at a time when not everyone had a car. He sold the shop, moving to Alford and continued with a picture framing business till he retired. Happy Days!
on 03 February 2012
John Henderson d1903 & Jane Murdoch d12/4/25 are my Gt Gt Grandparents. My Gt Granny Jessie Henderson b1879 d8/8/50 married William Ritchie, their daughter, my Granny, Jane Isabella Ritchie b7/6/01- d19/11/85 married Alexander Grant Wilson (Fernbank, Lumsden) on 21/1/21 at Linthaugh, Lumsden. Their daughter Sheila (my Mum) and son Richard where both born at Linthaugh.
Sorry, if it all sounds a bit garbled.
Fiona Jane Haggart
on 18 January 2013
Joiner in centre is my grand father a lovely man .He stayed with my Father his son and my Mother in his latter years.I was 10years old when he died .
Added by Sandra Mc William née Henderson on 21 September 2015
The joiner on the left was identified as a Mcgregor from Upperton, possibly James Glennie Mcgregor 1888 - 1920? See entry no. 969. This would make him 19 years old when this photo was taken in 1907.
Added by Ken Cruickshank on 27 September 2015
Correction to above. It should read;- The joiner on the right...
Anonymous comment added on 29 September 2015
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