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Bright, Jimmie, Bill and Ido Wolf
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Bright, Jimmie, Bill and Ido Wolf

Bright Gordon at Rosefarm with Jimmie-Rosefarm, Bill-the-Mains, and Ido Wolf of Wolf and Wolf of Holland.
Picture added on 23 March 2005
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Farming
Comments:
Hello; In July, 2006, Brenda & I had the opportunity to visit RoseFarm. We enjoyed a wonderful visit in the garden with Bright and her daughter Lou. What gracious hosts they were to unknown strangers from Canada, At the time I was searching for information on my ansestors (Munro)which I beleive worked at RoseFarm circa 1870. IF someone could put me back in touch with them I would be truly gratefull.
Added by Bob Holmes on 06 October 2008
Can anyone give me info on Esther Alice Dixson nee Middleton?
We are trying to research my husband's maternal line - Kenneth Aitken (Mollie aitken's son and Ester's grandson). So far I've found his paternal line back to Wye, Kent 1800's!
Mollie mentioned years ago that there is also a Murray connection to a Provost of Tain, Kenneth Murray, born 1825. Reading an earlier email ref Rose Farm hospitality we can endorse Bright's kindness to both the Aitken and Bostock families - Thank you once again. Carol
Added by Carol Aitken on 21 September 2010
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