Tain Museum Image Library

W Fawcett

Seeking any information about family of James Fraser, cartwright; Pitcalnie, Nigg and spouse Catharine Munro, buried Old Nigg Churchyard. Family included John Fraser (1821) of Wallace & Fraser, Tain and spouse Margaret Gallie. They later lived at East Rarichie, Nigg. Frasers, Gallies, Rosses related through marriage.

John Fraser, Coachbuilders The sign above the doorway of these premises at the corner of Geanies and Stafford Street says Sadd...
The old toll house This is the toll house on the A9 just to the south of Tain. It was built in the early 19th century a...
Bringing home firewood, Inver With the horse and cart are Alex and Bella (nee Ross) Fraser, of 11 Main Street, Inver. Alex was bo...
Cromarty (Nigg) Ferry This picture copied from a post card was given to the museum in 1985 with an accompanying note which...
Culnaha Smithy, Nigg This picture of the Smithy at Culnaha was taken sometime during WWI. The blacksmith (holding the ho...
Unveiling of Nigg War Memorial This post card shows the unveiling of Nigg War Memorial by Sir Robert W Brodie, DSO,MC (in uniform)....
Wallace and Fraser Fire The burning, smoking premises of Wallace and Fraser's (Ironmongers) High Street premises which were ...
The Parish Church, Nigg The man sitting in the churchyard of Nigg Parish Church was a beadle called Jasper Vass. He is supp...
John Gallie & Co, Grocer John Gallie & Co operated as grocers in Tain during the early part of the 20th century. There were ...
John George Gallie John George Gallie was a "gentleman farmer" at Morangie and Edderton Mains and an associate of Walla...
Nigg Primary School This picture shows Nigg Primary pupils in 1925. The teacher was Annetta Mackenzie MacIntosh (1902-1...
Opening Of New Tain Royal Academy. The present Tain Royal Academy in Scotsburn Road replaced the one in Academy Street, which opened in...
Wallace & Fraser, Ironmongers This firm was established in 1812. This photo taken in 1922 shows their High Street premises situat...
"Old Chisholm, the baker", Tain This William Smith studio photo would probably be taken around the end of the 19th/ beginning of the...

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