Monthly Archives: March 2011

Grandpa & Granddaughter – Sepia Saturday

This is a lovely photo inherited from my maternal grandparents’ collection.  It shows Granddad’s brother and my Granny has written (proudly) on it “Norman Cunningham Porter, 78 yrs, consultant specialist anaesthetist, with Rose, his granddaughter”. Rose looks so delighted with … Continue reading

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Lost without trace – Sentimental Sunday

I had no idea who this dashing young airman was until Auntie told me “that’s your Granny’s brother, James.  He was in the Air Force and went missing in World War II around the time Great Grandpa Stewart died”.  I … Continue reading

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1940 see-saw for Sepia Saturday 66

The excited little girl standing beside the see-saw is Auntie, and the boy facing her is Dad. The lady at the opposite end is, I think, my Granny.  Despite the suit and the sensible shoes, she obviously liked a shot … Continue reading

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Mischief personified – Sepia Saturday 65

I usually enjoy looking at Alan’s Sepia Saturday pictures and taking my lead from his photo, but I’m going my own way this week.  I can’t resist this pic of my Dad as a wee lad in his kilt, attending … Continue reading

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