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Robert Rendall et al. at Noltland Castle

The late Robert Rendall with some of the Westray young folks at Noltland Castle

[Date estimated- Steven]
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Picture added on 04 November 2010 at 15:06
Billy, can you, or anyone, put names to any of the children in this photo.
Anonymous comment added on 04 November 2010
Robert Rendall was the owner of George Rendall and Co, Draper,The Brig, 1Albert Street. I worked as a message boy there for 5 years,1950-1955. Robert was very deaf but was very good at lip reading. He travelled extensively every year to different countries in Europe. One of his favourites was Austria and the Jungfrau. Robert had a very good General Manager in John Laughton,they sold all house furnishings and prams of all sizes. Tthey had a large staff and were very busy. Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough. on 05 November 2010
no but hoping some of the Westray folks might
Added by Billy Cardno on 05 November 2010
I seem to recall that the Jungfrau is in Switzerland and very bonny it is too.
Added by Peter S on 06 November 2010
I should have said two favourite places!. Robert gave me a Travel Diary made into a book form with a lot of sketches drawn in it of the Jungfrau in Switzerland in particular. Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough. on 10 November 2010
Absolutely correct Peter and the rail journey to the top is really spectacular, straight through the Eiger.
Added by PRICE SINCLAIR on 10 November 2010
Having shown this photo to my mother, May Rendall b. Kirkwall 1927- parents William (brother to poet Robert) and Maisie Rendall. She says that directly behind Uncle Robert is her grandmother, Barbara Garrioch Rendall. She says that she had a lot of fun with her, so a pity she was caught looking serious! My mother has loved seeing this photo. Thank you
Added by Sheila Roberts on 06 April 2013
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