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Tattie Pickers at Rosefarm
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Tattie Pickers at Rosefarm

Back row: James Watson, Kennie Shepherd, Jim Young, Jack Young and Bob Feasey
Front row: Iris Winton, Bright Gordon and Chrystal Shepherd
Picture added on 21 March 2005
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Farming
The Tattie Harvest at Rosefarm in the 1960s
Comments:
Love the clothes and I love my granny Iris in this photo.
Added by Melissa Mackay on 06 July 2005
I love the picture and the whole site. I lived in Cromarty around 1938-43 in primary school days. I had a friend Derek (?) Young who I believe was from Rose Farm. Any Connection with the Youngs in the photo??
Geoff Ivory (father coastguard)
Added by Geoff IVORY on 18 November 2007
Hi Geoff. I am a relation of the Youngs who were at Rosefarm. Yes, there was a Derek who had a sister and a brother Malcolm. The sister's name I cannot recall at the moment. Their father was Bill, my granda's brother, granda being Alexander, father to Willie George (my dad)and Julie-Ann.
Added by Flora Thomson on 16 January 2009
And if you look in Bright's study at Rosefarm today - the same basket doubtless has a load of wood in it - who says we live in a throw away society.
Added by Ali Wilkerson - Bright's Cousin on 11 March 2009
Hi. Sorry but this photo must post-date 1968, for the simple reason that we didn't move to Cromarty until summer of 1968.
I would guess it was actually taken in 1969.

Added by Jan (Feasey) Hardie on 12 April 2014
Hi Flora
I lived at Rosefarm for a short time many years ago. I arrived at the place down in the field from Newton (overlooking the Firth) which name I can't remember in 1954 when I was 9 years old. I then moved to Newton shortly after that and lived in the house at the side of the road there. Bill Campbells mother lived there for some time after we left. My step father (Bill Ramage) was a cattleman there and my step brother (Alex Ramage) was a tractorman. I used to have to walk to school in Cromarty no matter what the weather was like with Dod Campbell. I wasn't there long when my step father moved to Rosefarm. This was when I came into contact with Jim & Jack Young. They lived in the house nearest the steading, then there was a German who lived in the next house and we lived in the next house up from that. In fact your Auntie Isobel and uncle Willie lived in the top house where the grieve's house is now. I seem to remember there was 1 or 2 women who lived with Jim and Jack. I'm not sure about that bit. Maybe they lived next door. I really enjoyed my stay at Rosefarm. I even learned how to swim in the sea at the bottom of the road. After a few years there I moved to Flowerburn Mains, then Castleton at Avoch then Corrachie. As you can see I got around a bit. From the time that I arrived in Cromarty until I left school while at Corrachie was only 6 years.
Added by Billy Reid on 04 September 2016
Hi my dad was William young who had brothers Derick and Malcolm and sister ishbel.
If anyone would like to contact me mallyyoung01@gmail.com
Added by Malcolm young on 29 October 2017
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Farming

You put your right hand in . . .Rosefarm 1963Bright, Jimmie, Bill and Ido WolfCattle and a sheep on High St - c1960McBean family - farmers in Cromarty - 1937