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Helen Tipping

My late mother, Kathleen Lewis, stayed at 23 High Street with Mr and Mrs Third during the second world war from the years of 1943-46 I believe. Her father, Tom Lewis was based somewhere in the area.

She loved the time she spent there and I remember stories of her playing tennis at midnight in the summer.
Catriona Gilles and Kathleen Lewis - c1945 Standing on the Kirkie Brae looking over the town.
Ethel Lewis c1945... ...above McFarquhar's Bed.
Tom Lewis - 23 High St - c1945 Taken in the back garden of 23 High St, the house on the corner of Bank St and High St. The building...
Kathleen, Tom and Ethel Lewis on the links The salmon bothie and it's compound are behind the group, with the roofs of Seacott and Stornoway Ho...
Kathleen Lewis and Primrose Macdonald In guides uniform, on the links in front of the Salmon Bothie. A palisade of some sort fences this a...

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