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Cromarty Image Library

Rosina and Mary Doull c1917
The Cromarty Archive
Rosina and Mary Doull c1917

Rosina and Mary worked in munitions in Invergordon during the first world war, and Rosina is believed to have met her future husband, William Watson, there. See also picture #1742.
Picture added on 07 September 2011 at 16:00
Thank you for keeping me informed. You should try and organise an album of these lovely girls as they are an important part of our heritage. JIM TAYLOR Founder member of ROSEHEARTY HERITAGE SOCIETY. Every best wish.
Added by JIM TAYLOR on 06 December 2011
Hi, does anyone know where the munitions factory would have been, please? My grand-aunts Nellie and Ivy (real names Helen and Iba Ann) Forbes are listed as working "in munitions" in the Ross-shire Journal Extracts War Records 1914-1918 and they lived in Cromarty. Thanks.
Added by Deborah Forbes on 11 May 2012
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