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KGS Class 2a

Class of 2a, 1954, courtesy of Phil Brough. I will submit names later as this class is an amazing mix of Professor, doctors, teachers, etc.
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Picture added on 04 July 2009
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Could the two young men either side of the front row be Jim "Mosh" Marwick and David Partner?
Added by David Tullock on 13 July 2009
Thinking that's maybe my dad in the front row, far right....sure somebody will put me straight!
Added by Erika Copland on 15 July 2009
Top Row, L.-R Ian W. Skea, Arthur Skea, Alan Drever, David K.Scott, Erland Firth, Phil Brough, Ian Tulloch, Douglas Pirie, John F.Young. M-R.L-R. Evelyn Pirie, Mary A. Thomson, Alice Logie, Olive Graham, Muriel Macleod, Elma Sinclair, Enid Wilson, Nancy Costie, Patricia M. Garriock, Inga Sutherland.B-R., L-R. John M. Leslie, Wilma Flett, Sheena Halcro, Marian Tulloch, Irene Duncan, Moira Bews, Dorothy Esson, Ann R.Cromarty, Dorothy Hamilton, Freda Kirkpatrick, Margaret I.Logie, David Partner.Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough on 15 July 2009
It's a relief to know I didn't get that wrong!
Added by Erika on 17 July 2009
The only ones i ken are Erland Firth &Phil Brough in the top row, Ann Cromarty and David Partner in the bottom row
Added by Liz Firth on 17 July 2009
Dorothy Hamilton died last year, she was my cousin.
Added by Jimmy Hamilton on 17 July 2009
Was that Charlie Hamilton's daughter Jimmy? They lived at Selwick in Brims for a while in the 50's and then left to go back to the Isle of Sheppey, where Charlie used to work.
Did she get married down there and to whom?.
Added by Fred Johnston on 17 July 2009
I was very sad to hear of Dorothy Hamilton's death, she was a very nice lass, outgoing but not showy. Dorothy was one of four lasses from Longhope. Olive Graham, married Erland Firth and Freda Kirkpatrick married John Findlay, both familys' with homes in Kirkwall and Longhope. Somebody might keep right where Muriel Macleod is and Fred Johnston has asked the question as to Dorothy after school days. Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough on 19 July 2009
Yes Fred, my uncle Charlie's daughter, were you sneeking aboot there Fred.. LOL
Added by Jimmy Hamilton on 19 July 2009
There was a boy Carl Hamilton from Salwick in Brims- would that be a brother to this girl Dorothy? I mind he had appendicitis soon after I had been in hospital with the same condition. Have a feeling I met him again some years ago, he must be close to 60 years of age now.
Information on this by return Jimmy, today will be fine!!.
Added by John Budge on 20 July 2009
Phil, and John, I don't know much about Dorothy after they moved south, I was poor at keeping in touch, I know she married twice, and lived in High Wickham...and yes John, Carl was her brother, he was youngest, and had an Army career if my memory is right, they had a lucky escape when Selwick burned down, they had a close call that night..
Added by Jimmy Hamilton on 21 July 2009
Ian Skea died in Queensland in February 2009. Does anyone have other school photos from this era ? I have so few photoes of his pre university days.

Rosemary Skea
Added by [email protected] on 08 September 2009
I met Ian Skea in Kenya, around 1986, I think He worked for the colonial service and wrote a book about goat breeding in Kenya. He was a very great friend.
Added by Tom on 21 August 2017
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