Echoes 10  2004

You can download the complete edition as a .pdf file Here. It is about 7 megabytes in size.

Or you can download the individual articles listed below:

Work – a brief history of employment in Tarlandby Janet Healey & Joyce Marchan

Alexander’s Diary – an account of emigration to Canada in 1845 from Jim Craigmile with additional research by Peter Craig

Ancient Cist on the Tam, Knocksoul, Tillypronie  – from Michael Rattray

Wish You Were Here – a collection of local postcards from Gavin Crawford

The Barony of Auchtercoull – a historical account by Sheila Ross

Thomas Ordfamous circus equestrian artist by Sheila Ross

St Moluag – a historical account of Tarland’s saint transcribed by Peter Craig

Tarland – yet often in ma thochts – a poem by Robert Fyfe

 Dinnet – an incomplete painting – a historical overview by Sheila Sansbury

What a Hullabaloo! – the story of the opening of the MacRobert Memorial Hall by Dorothy Reid

Visit to Kincardine o’ Neil Church – some reflections on its construction by Hugh Cochrane with advice from Alistair Urquhart

The Sugar Steen Dyke – a curious local rhyme and its origins

Robert Ewan – research inspired by some old glass bottles by Joyce Marchant

The Steam Mull – a poem about the once-common annual visit of a steam threshing mill by Elizabeth Gillanders

Eirde Houses in Strathdon – from the 1936 Lonach gathering programme from Gordon Ross

Tarland Souvenirs – photos and notes from Rachael Forbes

Drummy Ridge Archaeological Trail – a draft excursion guide by Peter Craig

Yet More Old Maps – some maps of Cromar as it was in the 1820s from Tarland School