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TITLE
Group of people at Golf Club
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WGORDON_002_033
PLACENAME
Golspie
DISTRICT
Golspie, Rogart and Lairg
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
SUTHERLAND: Golspie
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
30381
KEYWORDS
golf
First World War
Second World War
businesses
Group of people at Golf Club

This photo shows a group of people at a gold club, possibly at Golspie. The lady is Annie Gordon, nee Cameron. Annie was born at Golspie on the 6 May 1887. In adulthood Annie worked as a clerk and in 1916 she married Adam Anderson Gordon, also born at Golspie. Mr Gordon was a lieutenant in the Seaforth Highlanders and fought in World War I.

After the war years the Gordons moved to Ord Cottage, Muir of Ord. Both their sons fought in World War II and their younger son, John, later became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', at Church Street, Inverness. The Gordon's daughter, Catherine, ran a hairdressing business at Union Street during the 1970s.

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Group of people at Golf Club

SUTHERLAND: Golspie

golf; First World War; Second World War; businesses

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (photographs)

This photo shows a group of people at a gold club, possibly at Golspie. The lady is Annie Gordon, nee Cameron. Annie was born at Golspie on the 6 May 1887. In adulthood Annie worked as a clerk and in 1916 she married Adam Anderson Gordon, also born at Golspie. Mr Gordon was a lieutenant in the Seaforth Highlanders and fought in World War I. <br /> <br /> After the war years the Gordons moved to Ord Cottage, Muir of Ord. Both their sons fought in World War II and their younger son, John, later became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', at Church Street, Inverness. The Gordon's daughter, Catherine, ran a hairdressing business at Union Street during the 1970s.