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Group at top of Big Vennel
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Group at top of Big Vennel

John Hogg, Margaret Mackay (now Owens), John Clemance. The gate and building behind are now the cottage across Church St from Paye House.
Picture added on 15 April 2005
Comments:
Margaret - is that John Clements (not Clemence) who lived in Albion House?
Added by Calum Davidson on 18 April 2005
to calum davidson yes you are correct it is john clements, he is my dad and is still and as handsome as today.
Added by Johanna Clements on 01 January 2006
Johanna, As I recall your Dad joined the RAF as a boy entrant, being posted to RAF Leuchars, and when I
joined my first Station after trade training, it was your Dad that signed me in at the Guardroom, to report
to Air Traffic Control. Regretfully I've only met him about twice since. Just for interest, I was called Clemens as a child, by the older fisher ladies in Cromarty, 'cos it is the Gaelic spelling for Clement.
Added by Clem. Watson on 01 January 2006
Johanna - I thought it was, I last saw your Dad about eight or nine years ago when he last visited Cromarty, and came to see Albion House, with your Uncle, where they were both brought up. They gave us copies of photos of themselves as children (available in the photo library) and reminisced about the attic of the house, where they would find spare wooden legs for their father, who was mined at Tobruck.
Added by Calum Davidson on 07 January 2006
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