Dalwhinnie Voices

Dalwhinnie WC Graffiti
A walk around Dalwhinnie
Group at commemoration of Montgomery's visit
Dalwhinnie Voices
Group at commemoration of Montgomery's visit

L-R Donnie Wilson, Doreen James, Mary Christie, Johnnie MacBean, Ishbel MacBean. At unveiling of plaque to commemorate Montgomery's visit May 2004. Sadly,Donnie Johnnie & Ishbel are no longer with us - a sore loss!
Picture added on 02 November 2011 at 17:31
Johnnie and Ishbel are sorely missed by, I'm sure, many. I lived at Etteridge as a kid and past them every school day, Ishbel would always make sure we had some sweets and would never take a no thank you. My sisters and I considered them family.
Johnnie was a quiet and kind man he used to keep an eye on us kids at the Phones shoots. Ishbel always had stories to tell and new everyone, she was a fab baker and her pancakes were legendary.
Added by Catherine Vis on 19 January 2012
to true catherine......
Added by John Moore on 20 March 2012
Johnnie was my granda Donnie's brother and I have fond memories of visiting them at Etteridge as a child and walking the dog Whisky along the moor. Sorely missed.
Added by Matthew MacBean on 12 December 2018
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