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Mary Sneddon and Annie Gordon

This photo shows two sisters shopping, Mary Sneddon (left) and Annie Gordon. Mary and Annie, nee Cameron, were born at Golspie, Sutherlandshire. Mary married Naismith Sneddon and they later had a son, Ian Naismith Sneddon. Ian Naismith Sneddon became a professor of mathematics.

Annie married Adam Gordon, also from Golspie. Adam joined the Seaforth Highlanders and fought in World War I. Adam and Annie moved to Ord Cottage, Muir of Ord after the war years. Their two sons fought in World War II and their younger son, John Gordon, later became the proprietor of the music shop, 'The Record Rendezvous' at Church Street, Inverness

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Mary Sneddon and Annie Gordon

Ian Naismith Sneddon; First World War; Second World War; World War I; World War II; Seaforth Highlanders; The Record Rendezvous

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This photo shows two sisters shopping, Mary Sneddon (left) and Annie Gordon. Mary and Annie, nee Cameron, were born at Golspie, Sutherlandshire. Mary married Naismith Sneddon and they later had a son, Ian Naismith Sneddon. Ian Naismith Sneddon became a professor of mathematics. <br /> <br /> Annie married Adam Gordon, also from Golspie. Adam joined the Seaforth Highlanders and fought in World War I. Adam and Annie moved to Ord Cottage, Muir of Ord after the war years. Their two sons fought in World War II and their younger son, John Gordon, later became the proprietor of the music shop, 'The Record Rendezvous' at Church Street, Inverness