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I remember Alex Horn stayed at the South Manse with his 2 sisters, Elsie was a cook at Glass School cant remember the other sisters name. Alex was an Elder of Glass church. They occupied one half of the manse and my folks the other half. That would have been in 1970.
Thank you Sid the information, it’s very much appreciated.
Glass Community Association
Two great uncles in this picture, Alexander Wink and John Wink. Their younger brother James mentioned elsewhere on this site as being injured twice in France during 1917 & 1918.
Thank You Adrian for your comment!
It was wonderful to see a photo of my grandfather Wm Shand, Mains of Beldorney. I never knew that he was part of the Glass Militia. You learn something new everyday. It surprised my mother, Margaret too. Wonderful to see. Helen Webster.
Thanks for the note Helen.
We’re really pleased you found the information useful.