Aberdeen, St Nicholas's Street And Queen's Corner c.1899

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Caption for Aberdeen, St Nicholas's Street and Queen's Corner c1899: Here we see another tramcar and more granite setts. There is some activity around the base of the statue - are the two ladies selling flowers and button-holes?

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July early 60's you could not move on the beach for holidaymakers, all the deck chairs would be sold out and Bill & Pat Ramsay would be playing music over the speakers. The Spartan club - weight lifters would be there - Dave Webster rings a bell, Nurse Johnston would be in the first aid/ lost childrens shelter. The (...Read full memory)

My father-in-law was living with his aunt Elsie Jenkins at 17 North Square during the Second World War years. He was in the Navy at the time so he was not a permanent resident for that period. But as a boy he and his brothers spent a lot of time with his mother's sister (Elsie), playing and going to the Mission in the (...Read full memory)

In 1997 I decided to trace my maternal family history through following the name of Jaffray, a name that had been carried down the family through the centuries, finally as a middle name. To my astonishment I discovered a family history that led me to the Jaffrays of Kingwells, and onto a great deal of fascinating (...Read full memory)

There was a large main house surrounded by four smaller houses - two on each side of the large house. My grandfather's father lived in one of the smaller houses and worked as a groundskeeper. He had a family of 3 children.

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Caption for Aberdeen, St Nicholas's Street and Queen's Corner c1899: Here we see another tramcar and more granite setts. There is some activity around the base of the statue - are the two ladies selling flowers and button-holes?

An extract from Scotland Photographic Memories.

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