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Jerry Smith c1975
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Jerry Smith c1975

Sitting in the lounge bar of the Royal. Behind him is a poster for the band, Gaberlunzie (www.gaberlunzie.com), who were regulars at the Royal at that time.
Picture added on 09 March 2006
Comments:
Thanks for this picture of my uncle Jerry its a really good one of him in his favorite place of course!!!! and Bless him it's the last place I actually saw and spoke to him must be 30 years ago or more before I was married and Jerry being Jerry would would not have anything to my now husband Roger told him to come back and see him when we were married!!!! but he moved out of Cromarty and when we visited he was not there so Roger never got to meet him!!!
Added by Hazel Pendle (nee MACLEAN ) on 09 March 2006
Roy if you have anymore pictures of Jerry I would really appreciate if you could pass them on
Thanks Hazel ( He is my uncle )
Added by Hazel Pendle (nee MACLEAN ) on 09 March 2006
I'm sure I have a couple more of your uncle Jerry, Hazel and I will gladly send them on.
Added by Roy Thomas on 10 March 2006
I spent a summer as a student salmon netter at Cromarty in the late 60's with another student called Duncan Craig. We befriended Jerry, who that summer was fishing Eathie Station single-handed. We had many adventures together and remained friends for years afterwards. Jerry was a "character" and a man of many talents.
Added by John Beaton on 16 March 2007
My late father was Gerry's elder brother (Charles or Charlie) I knew of Gerry's existance and missed him by a mere 5-10 minutes when ordering flowers for Aunt Jeanettes funeral, around 1978 and in Dingwall. I am actually seeing Gerry for the first time in my 63 years and would dearly love to discover more about him.
Added by David Smith on 15 July 2020
I'm sure there are much better stories about Gerry than this, but two things I remember from very soon after I moved to Cromarty in the late 80s. He fell asleep with a cigarette on my sofa at an impromptu hogmanay party and burnt a hole right in the middle of it. And he tried to persuade me that the m in Glenmorangie was silent so it should be pronounced Glenorangie. Still makes me smile!
Added by Estelle Quick on 23 July 2020
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