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Cromarty Image Library

Albert Watson BEM, LSM, Cox'n Cromarty Lifeboat
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Albert Watson BEM, LSM, Cox'n Cromarty Lifeboat

Cromarty Invergordon ferry. Happy sitting, relaxing on the 'Enterprise'
Picture added on 15 March 2012 at 15:15
What a brilliant picture of Albert. I remember him well. He used to bring coal tondeed Jemimaville and I went accross to invergordon from Cromarty in his mail boat. It was just before I left the Black Isle to join the RAF. You had to go to Invergordon to the Employment Exchange. Albert was a very nice man indeed.
Added by Mary Mackay now Tomlinson Harrison on 15 March 2012
Clem - I'm trying to get in contact with you about some archive pictures of the RNLI Cromarty Lifeboat. Have tried your email address linked to this site and it got bounced back. I am current crew at RNLI Kessock, could you kindly drop me a line at my email (dnjholland@hotmail.co.uk) so I can contact you and explain all. Very many thanks, Dan
Added by Dan Holland on 16 March 2012
Clem, I'm also trying to get in touch with you and had the same problem as Dan had - presumably you have changed your address. I have an enquiry about a family who used to live in Cromarty and think you may know of them (won't go in to the whole story here...) Could you possibly contact me at my email address, please? (jodiecam@aol.com) Many thanks, Mary (Robbie & Bella Chapman's grand-daughter)
Added by Mary Campbell on 17 March 2012
A man of the sea.Decorated by H.M.Queen Elizabeth. saving lives one minute delivering coal the next a rare breed of man who knew the sea.respect for Albert.Added by J. Reddigan10/5/13
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 10 May 2013
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