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Tree Planting Ceremony
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Tree Planting Ceremony

Mrs Ross (`Tinnie`) of Stafford Street, Tain, is planting a tree in st Andrews Road to commemorate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June 1953. Mrs Ross lived in a house on the site of the present youth cafe.
Picture added on 09 February 2004
I believe the lady on the right of the photo to be Mrs Connie Morrison, wife of the late Alex Morrison, mother of Fraser and Gordon. I was born at number 11, Feb 1st 1951. My father was the accountant at the North of Scotland, Clydesdale Bank from the late 40s until 1966. He was a well known local figure and introduced cricket to a generation of youngsters through his involvement with Tain St Duthus CC for 20 years. He was the treasuer to the ploughing association for as many years. Our family moved to Forres in 1966 when my father became manager of the local Clydesdale Bank.
Added by David Henderson on 20 December 2004
Mrs Ross ("Tinnie") above was my Great Grandmother

Her daughter Euphemia Campbell (nee Ross) was my Grandmother

Her son Angus Thompson Campbell (my father) was born in the house referred to above.

Des Campbell - Cayman Islands

Added by Des Campbell on 07 August 2005
We lived at no 14, just to the left of the photo, from 1964 until 1973.
Added by George MacKenzie on 15 December 2014
The side of the house to the left is where we lived. Number three. George Ferguson the future provost lived at number five in the photo
Added by Ian Finlayson on 28 November 2020
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