Duncan (lorry driver), Robert (Liverpool Police), Rowat (killed 1914/18 war), William (emigrated to America), Janet (Aunt Jenny, Twynholm), Thomas (farm worker), Alexander (killed 1914/18 war), David (killed 1914/18 war), Bert (farm worker), George (died while young), Jean (?), Margaret (?), Jack (emigrated to America), James Alexander (Carsphairn Policeman), Sarah (emigrated to America).
Erected by James MCKAY. In memory of Mary CURRIE, his wife who died at Drumness 2nd May 1879, aged 52 years. Agnes MCCRAE who died at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh 12th Sept 1901, aged 58 years. The above James MCKAY who died at Glaisters 13th April 1916 aged 94 years.
Found in Photo_376 (album). To: Miss J B MacMillan, Carsphairn, Kirkcudbrightshire. Athol Palace Hotel, Pitlochry 24-7-23. This is a bridge over the “Tummel”. We were over it yesterday. The supports at each end are tipped with gold and it looks pretty when the sun is shining. There has been a lot of rain but nearly always at night so we have got very little of it. We go home on Friday. Kind regards to all M. Brown
Back: This watercolour of Carsphairn (Circa 1955) was painted by H.C. Morley. It was commissioned by Mrs Ida Hay Buchanan as a gift to her some Kenneth who was residing in Southern Rhodesia. Presented to the Carsphairn Heritage Centre by Joan and Kenneth Buchanan in memory of his mother IDA HAY BUCHANAN (born Macmillan) who was born in Carsphairn in 1885, educated at Carsphairn School and was appointed Head Teacher in 1943. She retired in 1950 and lived in Carsphairn until 1968. She died in Ayr in 1970.
Back Row L-R: Jenny Blackstock, Billy Smith, Catherine Pringle, Susie McMillan, David Cunningham, Mrs Coupar (teacher). Middle Row: Robin Tait, Billy McTaggart, Andrew Hogg, Maurice Blacklock, ??, Drew McTaggart. Front Row: ? Hogg, Olivia McTaggart, Yvonne McTaggart, ? Hogg, Jean Williamson, Jeanette Hogg.
Occupiers who return their Schedules without a reminder from Officers - 35
Occupiers who return their Schedules after a reminder from Officers - 1
Number of Sheep of all kinds, One Year Old and above - 33013
Number of Lambs under One Year Old - 2319
Received from Donald Chalmer in Dale of twintyNine shillings and twopence Sterling Mony for droving fortine Barals of tar to Dalmelingtoun twintyEaght for tacking of it to Dalmelingtoun and one shilling and twopence for Custom.