Tain Museum Image Library

George Hamilton and Mrs Oliver
Tain Museum Image Library
George Hamilton and Mrs Oliver

George, with his wife Belle, had a draper's business in King Street, Tain. He was also a keen mason and one of the founder members of Tain and District Museum. He is seen here enjoying an outing to Portmahomack with a fellow resident of Duthac House. Tain.
Picture added on 26 August 2005
I enjoyed visiting George Hamilton in Duthac House, we often had a game of scrabble - he was an expert at the game. George and his wife Isabel were very kind to me when I moved to Rosela to live with my father after my mother's death. They were a very fine couple and lovely neighbours.
Added by Ida Donnachie on 19 September 2008
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