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School group, Dalavich
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No: 130   Contributor: Heritage North   Year: 1955
School group, Dalavich

Names to follow.

Courtesy of Margaret Gauld nee Stewart.

People are numbered in the attached PDF image:

As the names were never entered any help to provide names against the numbers would be very welcome indeed. Please see the comments below.

Names mentioned so far are:

1. John Mcphee
2.
3.
4. Ronnie MacEachan
5. Ernie MacLugash
6. Donald Macgregor
7. Duncan Gillies
8. Arthur McPhail
9. Andrew McKinnon
10.
11. Andrew McInnes
12. Billy Kerr
13.
14. Louis McInnes
15. Duncan Macgregor
16.
17. David McKinnon
18.
19. Jessie McLugash
20. Mrs MacRae
21. Patsy McNicol
22. Jessie McRae
23. Marion Kerr
24. Audrey McKinnon
25. Netta McColl
26. Frances Johnson
27. Ann McKinnon
28. Chrissie Clark
29. Agnes Gillies

Picture added on 29 March 2007
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I lived next door to Margaret Gauld from 1966 to 1969 and I have very fond memories of Dalavich and the people who lived there. John and Barbara Selfridge were my parents, I'm Nancy

Added by Nancy Mowatt (nee Selfridge) on 08 April 2007.
My family lived in Dalavich from 1952 to about 1960 when we emigrated to Australia. My Father was John Walker he operated the horses in the Forestry.
After 3 years we moved to New Zealand. My father passed away in the early 80's.
Looking at the photograph it is hard now to pick out individuals but my brother and I are probably there

Added by Ron Walker on 20 April 2007.
Ron
If it helps. clicking on "Larger version" just under the frame, pops up the same photo, click on it again to enlarge fully. That may assist in identifying faces.

Added by Gordon Urquhart, webmaster. on 23 April 2007.
Margaret is that you on the front row?We lived at Dalavich from 1949-1969, we lived at what was then 15a, next to the foresters house.My father Peter Cumming was a Tractor Driver, he ploughed all over, he died in 1999.My mum Betty Cumming was
employed at different times with the Forestry Commission, she started her days at
Inverlever Lodge with the Land Army.

Added by Grace Henderson on 03 February 2010.
I am one of the pupils - front row, button through dress. I was living with my grandparents and Aunt and uncle at Fernoch as my mother was seriously ill. I recall many stories about my school days under the lash. Happy to share if anyone is interested

Added by Frances Martin (nee Johnson) on 07 September 2010.
Was thrilled to see the school photograph of the children at Dalavich. My name was Jessie McLugash now MacLeod I am standing next to the teacher.I remember most of the pupils. Iive near Sydney Australia now. Happy memories.



Added by Jessie Mac leod. on 24 September 2011.
Dalavich School Picture. I see that the intention to add all the names was never carried out. I have added a PDF (see PDF symbol below the picture) and if it is clicked on and opened the picture with numbers against all the people should be revealed.

Can anyone provide names for any or all of the numbered people? If anyone does I will add them to the main text in due course. Thank you.

Added by Norman Davidson on 25 September 2011.
20children in the school group.1jonnie mcphee.4Ronnie MacEachen 5.Ernie MacLugash. Donald Macgregor
7.Duncan Gillies. 8.Arthur McPhail. 9.Andrrw McKinnon.10 11.Andrew Mc Innes.12. Billy Kerr
14.Louis McInnes.15. Duncan McGregor.17.David McKinnom 18. 19.Jessie McLugash.20.Mrs MacRae.21Patsy McNicol.22.JessieMc Rae. 23.Marion Kerr.24.Audrey Mc Kinnon.25.Netta Mc Coll.26.Francis Johnson.27.Ann Mc Kinnom.28 ChrissieClark.29.Agnes Gillies.



Added by Jmacleod. on 01 October 2011.
Dalavich School Picture. I have added in the names provided by Jessie MacLeod but not sure if I have got them in the correct order. Can someone please check and also correct any name spelling as there are many versions of Mac Mc and capitals or not within the name etc?

Added by Norman Davidson on 07 October 2011.
Ernie Maclugash is my dad and Jessie is my aunt.

Added by Tracy Maclugash on 16 May 2014.
Nostalgia!!!! I was there, 7th from left back row, Richard Dearn. Bringing back memories

Added by Richard Dearn on 17 April 2017.
Going by the age of some of the pupils named in this photo it can't be from 1955 - maybe 1945

Added by Catherine Stewart on 27 December 2017.
I lived in Dalavich from 1953 to 1961 and went to school there. My dad was John McKeand who worked for the forestry commission. My uncle Alistair Morrison also was there. Myself and my cousins Alistair, Fiona and Catriona went to school in Dalavich. My best friend I remember was Mhairi Burns. Happy memories.

Added by Norma or Norine Greene nee McKeand on 14 April 2018.
My Wife Marion and I lodged with Alice and Johnnie Walker in 1956 before moving into No4A. We left with two Daughters, Linda and Julie, in 1965. I am now 85 and live in Dumfries. Alice used to sing "Que Sera, Sera" beautifully!

Added by David Main on 27 August 2018.
Not many with the name of David Main in forestry but recall one who was a Forester in Glengarry in the 1970s and on retiring from there worked as a driver for Macrae and Dick the car people.

Added by Norman Davidson on 27 August 2018.
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