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Line Baiting
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Line Baiting

Another old postcard. Not sure where this is taken but I'm sure somebody will recognise the spot instantly.
Picture added on 20 January 2005
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in the Cromarty Album this picture is down as possibly Nancy Graham and Mr Hossack.
Added by Sue on 22 January 2005
I am looking for informtion abaout Nancy Graham, maried with Alexander Gordon Graham, about 1800. She has a portrait by Henry Raeburn that is at Louvre Museum. This painter died in 1823 and her portrai was made when she was a little girl. Please, I would like toknow more about her.
Added by Silvana Barcellos on 02 March 2014
Alexander Gordon Graham married his cousin Nancy Graham in 1833. They lived in Bellevue in Church Street. She was born about 1805 in Spanish Town, Jamaica and died in Cromarty in 1883. Her daughters lived on in the house and are said to have sold off many of the articles of value, including the portrait by Raeburn.
Added by David Alston on 11 March 2014
I am trying to trace info about my 3x great-grand parents. james macdonald and Margaret mackay married at resolis in 1850. margaret's father was neil mackay, Margaret cousin mary mackay was blind. i know nothing about Margaret except she died in 1915 at newton kinkell.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 24 March 2014
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