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Harold Hossack's house on Gordons Lane
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Harold Hossack's house on Gordons Lane

Picture added on 01 January 2003
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Each year Harold adds more stonework and another layer (or two) of whitewash to the walls. I remember back in the early 70s when the corner in the middle of the picture was only at ground level. Since then another 3 feet has been added.
Added by Colin Dunn on 06 February 2003
Harold Hossack was the son of Andrew who was the son of Robert Hossack, my Great Grandfathers brother My Great Grandfather Andrew moved to Leeds and was a miner. His son David was my Grandfather and his son Alexander my father. We met Harold for a brief moment in 2003 whilst doing some family research.
Added by Clive Alexander Hossack on 21 May 2003
Harold's father built the lean to at the gable end when he was a young man and it's still standing!!
Added by Sue Florence on 30 June 2003
My fathers name was Harold Hossack, he married my mother Ann Marie Martin in 1950 in the US. They divorced in 1952. I was named Robert Hossack. I know very liitle about my father's family. My mother remarried and my name was changed to Mark Robert Bonpua.
Added by Mark Bonpua/ Aka Robert Hossack on 14 August 2006
My 3rd Great Grandfather`s name was Alexander Hosack (1756-1815) His father Patrick Hosack was believed to be born,1720 in Cromarty.
Added by Christine Hosick Turner on 04 October 2013
My 3rd Great Grandfather's name was Alexander Hossack born in 1782, son of Robert Hossack born in 1740 son of James Hossack born in 1693. I would love to know if you have any photo if you feel we may be related in some way. They are all from the Cromarty area thank you, Vicki Hossack
Added by Vicki Hossack on 10 January 2015
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