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Scorguie was my Uncle's farm. He was Lord Provost Donald Macdonald in the 1920's. [see picture #24]
Picture added on 11 August 2005
I've heard that my aunt Ella, a niece of Donald Macdonald, had to walk the cows back to Scorguie, a task she detested. Donald eventually moved to his father's house, Planefield. I don't know who took over Scorguie from him.
Added by Marjorie-Anne Howe on 12 May 2011
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