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The Denny
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The Denny

A nice photograph showing the Denny complete with the original stone wall to the right. Why was it ever taken away?
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Didn't Mrs Walker live in the house with porch at the bottom of the Denny? My Mother, Peggy, was friendly with her and we used to visit when I was wee. I remember she had an old wardrobe in her garden that she used as a 'summer house.'
Added by Margaret Tong (Cowie) on 06 April 2004
My father William Ian Macleman (Bill) lived in the third house along when he was very young - he does remember this though. His father John Macleman and mother Isabella (Ella) nee Jack (orginally from Edinbrugh) and dad's brother Brian lived there before they moved to Edinbrugh and onto Wellington New Zealand.

Margaret, you are my dad's cousin.
Added by Anita Macleman on 01 June 2009
No, Anita. I'm not your Dad's cousin.
Added by Margaret Tong on 03 June 2009
Oh I see! Yes, you are right, Anita.
I'd never heard of your dad being called, "William."
Are you on facebook?
Added by Margaret Tong on 04 June 2009
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