Reflections from Ross-shire: 100, 50, 25 and 10 Years Ago

Published: Sun 15 Jan 2017

All the pupils and staff from Applecross Primary. The picture was taken either in the late 1990s or early 2000s

100 Years Ago - Friday, 12th January, 1917 LANCE Corporal W Hay, Seaforths, who has been mentioned in dispatches, is a son of Mrs Hay, Greenhill House, Dingwall, and a brother of Mr Roderick Hay, chemist, Dingwall.

Reflections from Ross-shire

Published: Sat 06 Aug 2016

Faces from the past... a gathering of men with four identified as Rev Finlay MacKinnon, Mr John McCaskill, Mr W B MacRae and Mr A Campbell

Friday, 4th August, 1916 AN accident, which proved fatal, occurred at the new slip in Invergordon during its erection. Charles Macpherson, 8 Clyde Street, employed at the works as a carpenter, was thrown by the swing of a crane from the slip to a raft of wood in the water, 20 feet beneath.

Reflections from Ross-shire

Published: Sat 30 Jul 2016

An old lum in Dingwall, pictured prior to 1905, possibly George Street, though the picture may have been reversed. Picture courtesy of Dingwall Museum Trust

100 years ago Friday, 28th July, 1916 MUNLOCHY - In the Dingwall Sheriff Court on Tuesday before Sheriff Harvey, George Macleod, farm grieve, Belmaduthy, was charged with having on 15th July, on the road at the farm servants' house, discharged in a reckless manner a shotgun in the direction of Alex Ross and Donald Fletcher, and hit one of them with one of the pellets.