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Scottish grandfather Frederick an engineer a picture of him in Saudi Arabia, he taught the Saudis how to drill for oil. He traveled the world, there's a photo of him in New York City. He loved the woman and had mistresses and one in London. With her grandmother in Scotland she was a suffragette, walked for women's rights. The last photo her grandfather and grandmother in front of their home. They could have lived grander in a bigger home but there was a reason why she didn't want to move. Very interesting story what her mother had told her.
Her father with her grandmother and his two sisters living in Glasgow Dunbarton
Her father 29 years old 1949 a very handsome man had his suits made for him, walked with a purpose and very proud Scotsman and walked to the beat of his own drum
Her father and mother early 50s they did look like movie stars
The Boer war, Scottish grandfather 14 years old on the left with his father, her great granddaddy in 1903. Being too young her grandfather changed his last name to be able to join the war. She thinks his side of the family were connected to the Cameron clan and that might have been their surname. Her grandfather and his father were wearing the Scottish tartan Stewart plaid pants. Her dad wore a Stewart tartan cap and very proud of that hat when he wore it.
Her grandfather on the right became a Freemason and high up, A Grand Poopah
HER MOTHER'S SIDE OF THE FAMILY
THEY WERE PSYCHIC
The twins 2 years old 1921
The twins with their mother she doesn't know which one is her mom. she thinks she's on the right. On most of the photos she seems to be on that side in most of them.
Her auntie and her at three years old with her teddy and Pollo mints. She took them everywhere and later her mother got her two black dolls called one Caroline and the other Jillian
Her mom on the right and auntie who had a beautiful singing voice it's a shame the war came it stopped many opportunities for the working class. They did love ballroom dancing and fashion and always dressed alike
Her grandpa a union man and would write speeches on behalf of the men her grandma would have to tone his speeches down being he was a passionate and creative man. He loved his wife and a horrible tragedy did accrued. He was never the same it broke his heart.
Her grandpa loved writing and tried to get his book published being a working class fella it wasn't going to happen but he did try.
Her grandpa and grandma who she loved dearly and enjoyed staying with them in Manchester had a great time playing with her grandma who called her peaches. She was very loved and has great memories
HER FATHER'S SIDE OF THE FAMILY
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