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Minerva, Stronsay.


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Picture added on 28 December 2008
Comments:
Minerva is currently (March 2009) up for sale and it is interesting to compare this view with that on the Orkney Property Centre's website
www.orkneypropertycentre.co.uk/FileLibrary/Schedules/Minerva%20Stronsay.pdf
Added by Bruce Fletcher (Claremont, Stronsay) on 29 March 2009
Hi Bill,I just came across the Minerva picture. Bertha Fiddler installed Orkney Communities on my computer when she and Caroline visited Edna and I a couple of years ago and I had never really looked at before. Still play around with the Chalmers and Fotheringhame genealogy and would like to see more of your photo's. Regards Rod
Added by Rod Scott on 24 February 2010
Hi Bill, you have my great grandparents on the web, Jennifer nee Chalmers
Added by Jennifer Rowley on 16 March 2010
Minerva has recently been sold to Father Nicholas, ex Papa Stronsay monks, and has been re-named St Columba's House.
Added by Bill Miller on 17 December 2010
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Stronsay

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