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  • Graham Robertson ( Our Dad ) Margaret Wilson brought little Graham into the world on 25th May 1935 in his heartland and forever homeland; a small Village called Dufftown in the Speyside whiskey territory of Scotland. He was the fourth child of the family, little brother to Elma, Tony and Nettie and big brother to Stephen and Evie. Graham was close to all his Brothers and Sisters but had a particularly special bond with his brother Stephen which continued right through life. Whatever they did as a family, it did Graham good. He was raised to become a good man though a little...
  • To my darling husband I wish I had sometime with you to walk among the stars to hold your hand to cuddle you and see your face and ask you how you are. I’d tell you how things are going here and say how much I miss you your voice and your laugh and then there’d be that moment when I wouldn’t want to let you go, but I know that I would have to as I’d give you a kiss and cuddle and wish that heaven allowed visitors so that I could come back and see you again. Love, your ever loving wife. XX Well darling today 8th August 2019 i was in the final off the club championship and guess what got...
  • This page is in Rememberance of Kevin & Alice McLaughlin, Buncrana,            Co. Donegal Ireland  John Kevin McLaughlin John Kevin McLaughlinBorn: 3rd June 1938Died: 8th May 2013Age - 75Kevin McLaughlin was born in Church Road, Cardonagh on the 3rd June 1934 Sheila McGlinchey - 1910 - 2004His mother was Sheila Mc Glinchey (formerly from the Plantation house in Umricam, Buncrana)          Platation House, Umicam, Buncrnaa (1974) Dan Mclaughlin 1900 -...
  • Strachan was born in Bo'ness, Scotland and attended the Royal High School, Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh before emigrating to Canada in 1905. He homesteaded a farm in the Chauvin district, near Wainwright, Alberta.On 20th November 1917, Strachan took command of his squadron when its leader was killed by machine gun fire. Leading the surviving squadron onto enemy lines, he fought until the opposing battery fell silent – killing several enemy gunmen with his sword.His outstanding act of bravery led to his receipt of the Victoria Cross on 6th January 1918. For more information,...
  • Luca loses fight with rare condition Our son Luca sadly lost his fight with his rare condition called ROHHAD syndrome which only affects 75 people in the world. ROHHAD stands for rapid-onset obesity with hypothalamic dysfunction, hypoventilation and autonomic dysregulation. It is a rare, life-threatening syndrome that affects the autonomic nervous system (which controls involuntary actions like breathing and your heartbeat) and the endocrine system. Luca died at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff in the early hours of Saturday 25th November after suffering a hyponatraemic seizure...
  • Jacqui Forster Obituary as published in The Guardian 25/6/18 Thousands of football and sports fans have reason to be thankful to my sister, Jacqui Forster, who has died aged 55 of multiple cancers nine years after first being diagnosed with breast cancer. As head of casework and constitutional affairs at Supporters Direct, the organisation that promotes fans’ involvement in the running of their clubs and encourages them to form shareholding trusts, she helped to establish almost 200 such trusts across the country. In 2017 she founded Women at the Game to encourage more women to go to...
  • Robert Seivewright Walker was born on 30th September 1926.

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