Tour Scotland Video Song From Iceland St Ninian's Cathedral Perth Perthshire



Tour Scotland video of a singer singing a song from Iceland in St Ninian's Cathedral on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.

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Tour Scotland Video Choir Singing St Ninian's Cathedral Perth Perthshire



Tour Scotland video of a choir singing Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake in St Ninian's Cathedral on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.

Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake,
lay not our sins to our charge,
but forgive that is past,
and give us grace to amend our sinful lives.
To decline from sin and incline to virtue,
that we may walk in a perfect heart before thee,
now and evermore.
Amen.

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Old Photograph War Memorial Port William Scotland

Old photograph of of the War Memorial in Port William, Wigtownshire, Scotland.

World War 1 Roll of Honour

Alexander Barr Seaforth Highlanders
Gunner; Peter Barr
Sapper; William Barr
Private: Robert Baxter
Private; James Black
Private, George Brown
Private; James Brown
Private; Tom Brown
Gunner; Hugh Caig
Sub Lieutenant; William Callendar
Lance Corporal; T.G. James
Private; James Cowan
Trooper; H Dixon
Rifleman; James Gourley
Private; William Grier
Corporal; Robert Hailes
Private; William Hannah
Private; William Heron
Private; Peter Hood
Able Seaman; John Houston
Private; William Jamison
Private; David Kelly
Driver; Robert Kerr
Private; Alex Kevan
Private; Alex Linsay
Private, James Linsay
Lieutenant Colonel; Aymer Edward Maxwell
Private; John Maxwell
Private, Charles McCaig
Private; John McCaig

Sergeant; D McChesney
Able Seaman; T McDowall
Private; Thomas McGill
Private; James McNeil
Private, William McQuaid
Private; Peter Milhench
Private; James Milligan
Private; Andrew Neil
Private; James Neil
Private, Robert Nicholson
Corpora; James Nish
Private; E O'Neil
Private; B Riddock
Private; David Robbids
Sergeant; John Roberts
Lieutenant; K J Stafford
Private; Charles Stewart
Private; Archie Thompson
Trooper; James Thompson

World War 2 Roll of Honour

Flight Sergeant; James Broll
Private; McWilliam Galloway
Sergeant; Andrew J Hannah
Corporal; Robert Kevan
Pilot Officer, Archibald Lees
Sergeant, David Mactier
Sergeant; John McGhie
Chief Engineer Officer; J McKeand
Flight Sergeant; John McMaster
Private, David McNally
Master, S.S. Ocean Trader; James Milhench
Lieutenant; G Outram
Sergeant; Samuel H Potts
Signaller, Robert Shorrock
Private; David Stewart

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Old Photograph Fisherman Fair Isle Scotland

Old photograph of a fisherman wearing a knitted jumper on Fair Isle, Scotland. Fair Isle is a traditional knitting technique used to create patterns with multiple colours. It is named after Fair Isle, a tiny island that forms part of the Shetland islands. Fair Isle knitting gained a considerable popularity when the Prince of Wales, later to become King Edward VIII, wore Fair Isle tank tops in public in 1921. Traditional Fair Isle patterns have a limited palette of five or so colours, use only two colours per row, are worked in the round, and limit the length of a run of any particular colour.

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Old Photograph Brentfield Scotland

Old photograph of the cottage Post Office in Brenfield, Argyll, Scotland. Brentfield is located near Ardrishaig not far from the southern entrance to the Crinan Canal in Argyll and Bute in the west of Scotland.

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Old Photograph Pier Culross Fife Scotland

Old photograph of people on the stone pier in Culross, Fife, Scotland. Culross harbour with its stone pier is believed to be one of the oldest in Scotland, first used by the monks of Culross Abbey.

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Old Photograph Brunton Scotland

Old photograph of cottages in Brunton in Fife, Scotland. Brunton in 1846 was described as a village, in the parish of Creich, district of Cupar, county of Fife; containing 90 inhabitants. This village, which is pleasantly situated, is inhabited chiefly by persons employed in agriculture, and in hand-loom weaving for the linen manufacturers of Cupar, under the inspection of a resident agent who furnishes the materials. Previously to the introduction of machinery, several of the females were employed in spinning yarn; but, at present, there is only one spinning wheel in operation.

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Old Photograph Annie Swan's House Kinghorn Fife Scotland

Old photograph of Annie Swan's house in Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland. Annie Shepherd Swan, born 8 July 1859, died 17 June 1943, was a Scottish journalist, novelist and story writer. She used her maiden name for most of her literary career, but also wrote as David Lyall and later Mrs Burnett Smith. She was a popular writer of romantic fiction for young women during the Victorian era and published more than 200 novels, serials, short stories and other fiction between 1878 and her death in 1943. Annie was one of the seven children of Edward Swan, a farmer and merchant, by his first wife, Euphemia Brown. After her father's business failed, she attended school in Edinburgh, latterly at the Queen Street Ladies College. Her father belonged to an Evangelical Union congregation, but she turned in adulthood to the Church of Scotland. She persistently wrote fiction as a teenager. She Swan married the schoolteacher James Burnett Smith in 1883. They lived initially in Fife, where she became close friends with the Scottish theologian Robert Flint and his sister. They moved two years later to Morningside, Edinburgh, where Burnett Smith became a medical student, and in 1893 to London, where their two children, Effie and Eddie were born.

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