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  • Date: 31/03/2017 By: Smithd998

    Subject: John

    Enjoyed examining this, very good stuff, thankyou. Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish. by Euripides. gedagabkbdcebbbe

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  • Date: 12/01/2015 By: annelyne@mypostoffice.co.uk

    Subject: rhynie gala /caravan club

    Hi Anne and Geordie a happy and prosperous new year to you both, hope all is well in Rhynie,I no it is a while away but I am working on our 2016 rally programme and have pencilled in the weekend 12th -14th August for attending Rhynie I woud be much obliged if you could let me know if I have got the dates correct.

    Andra. Rally Secretary
    Caravan Club


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  • Date: 24/05/2012 By: Linda Holloway

    Subject: family history

    i would also like to know if there is a family history society in Rhynie as we are visiting from New Zealand approx 18-21 July 2012 and would like to meet up with anyone who knew of the Allardyces from Belhinnie.

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  • Date: 11/03/2012 By: Ian Taylor

    Subject: Old Photos

    I have a couple of old photos I found, I have scanned them, would you like them sent on?

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  • Date: 19/11/2011 By: James Stewart

    Subject: I have old Alexander Stewart photo

    old Alexander Stewart he got that by name, Cock O' The North becouse he wonderd the roads at the Tap O the North a farm at the tap o the Cabrach and he was born in huntly he just wonderd around from Huntly to Rhynie and up to the cabrach he was a tinsmith I have his photo here if you want it you can let me know and I will send you his photo.

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  • Date: 30/05/2011 By: Pat

    Subject: family history

    is there a familly history group in Rhynie. I would love to find out if any of my distant relatives still stay in Rhynie. My Great Great grandparents lived in Moss Road and had their family there too. Jean Leslie married to Lewis Stewart. I hope to visit Rhynie one day.
    regards

    Pat Dickson

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  • Date: 01/12/2010 By: alistair moore

    Subject: photographs,newspaper cutting etc

    I have gathered a good few photos of various sceenes of rhynie and round about. Not being computer litrate, I have difficulty in knowing how you would want these items sent to you. Can you give implicit instructions on how I should proceed? How would I transmit the content of cine film to you? Please advise.
    tel 01506 822695

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  • Date: 14/09/2010 By: alistair moore

    Subject: photographs

    do you want photos of local people (many now deceased),local events such as weddings, school pantos, photos taken on local farms.?
    What about cine footage on 8mm film?

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  • Date: 23/09/2010 By: Paul Stewart

    Subject: Re: photographs

    Alistair,

    what ever you have would be helpful.

    drop me an emai and we can discuss. paul@rhynie.net

    Reply

  • Date: 25/07/2013 By: Lyn

    Subject: Re: photographs

    Just read your email from 2010. Do you have any info about the old houses in Rhynie, eg when they were built etc?
    Lyn

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