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TITLE
Old Water Pump, Jemimaville
EXTERNAL ID
PC_DONALD_JEMIMAVILLE
PLACENAME
Jemimaville
DISTRICT
Fortrose
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Resolis
DATE OF IMAGE
2002
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Janine Donald
SOURCE
Janine Donald
ASSET ID
22379
KEYWORDS
pumps
water supplies
water supply
villages
Old Water Pump, Jemimaville

This old water pump stands at the edge of the road through Jemimaville, a small village on the northwest coast of the Black Isle.

Jemimaville was founded as an estate village in 1822 and was named after Jemima Poyntz, the Dutch wife of a local Munro laird. Jemimaville was also the home of author Jane Duncan whose childhood holidays were spent with her uncle and grandparents at 'The Colony', a croft above Jemimaville, which later became 'Reachfar' in her books

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Old Water Pump, Jemimaville

ROSS: Resolis

2000s

pumps; water supplies; water supply; villages

Janine Donald

This old water pump stands at the edge of the road through Jemimaville, a small village on the northwest coast of the Black Isle. <br /> <br /> Jemimaville was founded as an estate village in 1822 and was named after Jemima Poyntz, the Dutch wife of a local Munro laird. Jemimaville was also the home of author Jane Duncan whose childhood holidays were spent with her uncle and grandparents at 'The Colony', a croft above Jemimaville, which later became 'Reachfar' in her books