Echoes 11  2005

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The Tomachar Stone Comes In From The Coldby Michael, Deirdre and Maddy Rattray

The Water Clock At Loch-headby Dorothy Reid

Dour – reminiscences and musings on a childhood visit to North Gellan – by Sheena Blackhall

Gilderoy MacGregorfrom the Royal Deeside website

Tribute To Bill Gillanders Of Dinnetby Sandra McRoberts

A Chiel Ca’d Faur’s Maby Elizabeth Gillanders

Tribute To Alistair Lilburn Of Coullby Peter Craig

Peter Milne – The Tarland Minstrelas gleaned from the internet by Peter Craig

John Gordon Sinclair – the carver of Peter Milne’s memorial by Jack Sinclair

Extract From Serendipity – introducing a journey to Sri Lanka in search of links withDeeside tea planters of the 19th and 20th centuries by Sheena Blackhall

The Wearisome Ends Of The Earth – investigation into one gunner’s war service by Joyce Marchant

An Outing To Glenlivet – an account of a summer excursion by Rita Barnes

Lines On Tarland – a recently uncovered poem written in 1934 by Nell Mellis

Robert Morrison – King of the Granite Carvers – sculptor of the Tarland memorial by Douglas Kynoch

Halls Of Residence – by-names for some local mansions by Sheila Ross

Abyne Games An Ither Memries – reminiscences of a much missed village elder by Belle Green

Tragedy At Loch Davan – a sad tale from 1938 by Dorothy Reid

Philanthropy In Tarland – researches into the Tarland Poor House by Joyce Marchant

Migvie Eirde House – an account of the original excavation in 1862 submitted by Michael Rattray

Postscript To Trafalgar – researches into the Tarland Poor House by Dorothy Reid

How Archaeologists Can Disagree – an essay exploring three very different professional interpretations of the same monuments in Orkney by Hugh Cochran