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Canonbie | 14th June 2024

That was a while ago!


Thanks to Ian Lindsay of Rowanburn for dropping in with this photo of Canonbie Primary School in 1953.

Can you fill in the question mark in the name?

Left to right:
Back: Bob Irving, Alistair Irving, Billy Anderson (Twin), Billy Wightman, Elliot Routledge, Billy Scott, George Kinstrey, Arthur Irving, Donny Lamont, Roy Cork.

Middle: Nessie Wightman, Kathleen Beattie, Newbie Park, Kenneth Davidson, (Billy?) Peter Cork, Jessie Smith, Vera Horsburgh.

Front: Ian Anderson (Twin), Jack Graham, Winnie Scott, Elizabeth Parker, Hazel Farms, Myrtle Jackson, Anne Graham, Vivien Bell, Marion Graham, Vivien Bell, Helen Armstrong, Muriel Dinwoodie, Tommy Jackson, Ian Lindsay.

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