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Murdo MacFarlane, Hilton School
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Murdo MacFarlane, Hilton School

Murdo MacFarlane was a teacher at Hilton School during the 1960's. He is seen here with an unidentified pupil near the front entrance to Hilton School. A few years after this picture was taken, he emigrated to Canada.
Picture added on 13 December 2005
Comments:
Gregor Ross, my uncle, was the headmaster there in the 60's. A very kindly man, during visits he used to allow me to play in the school gym so I could let off steam.
Added by Peter Ross on 02 July 2006
This is my dad!! How fun to see this!!
Added by Heather on 24 June 2009
The photo brought back many nostalgic memories of 4 great years spent in Balintore and area. Great friends bring great memories, and that is my experience. I went on to become a headmaster in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where I currently reside, with my wife, Carol. We have 3 children and 3, soon to be 4, grandchildren. Following retirement from teaching I went into the ministry, and 2 years ago I was ordained as a Minister. My sister, Mayreen informed me of this photo.
Murdo Macfarlane
Added by Murdo Macfarlane on 24 June 2009
So when he emigrated to Canada, , , , I WAS THE LUCKY ONE TO HAVE CAUGHT HIM, and we're married 40 years this July!!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Carol on 24 June 2009
He was a great teacher.

Added by Margaret Innes [ross] on 08 February 2016
Yes this is a good picture although i cant remember him i started in 1964 and Mr Ross was head teacher and Mrs Oliver was my first teacher at Hilton School.
Added by James Horne on 11 February 2016
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