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Wigtownshire gamekeepers and poachers., August 1972

Track ID : 30787

Wigtownshire gamekeepers and poachers. As boys working at Several, Jimmy Broadley and Malkie [?] went poaching rabbits with stones, but by the time the gamekeeper found them, they were polishing t...

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Unsuccessful attempt to confirm information about change in..., August 1972

Track ID : 30788

Unsuccessful attempt to confirm information about change in Wigtownshire farming. Jack MacQueen mentions hearing from Mr McWilliam that cheese-making was new in Kirkmaiden in his time, but the Mis...

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Smithies and their later use as housing in a village in the..., August 1972

Track ID : 30791

Smithies and their later use as housing in a village in the Rhins of Galloway. Jack MacQueen mentions being told by Mr McWilliam that there were two smithies in Damnaglaur. Talk of where they were...

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Description of a keeper or guard ring., August 1972

Track ID : 30792

Description of a keeper or guard ring. A keeper was a ring, often with a corded pattern, worn with a wedding ring to keep it in place.

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The McGaws and High Slock and Several farms., August 1972

Track ID : 30793

The McGaws and High Slock and Several farms. The Misses McGaw's forebears came to Several from Heich Slock, or High Slock to be polite. Several was all whins then.

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Reminiscences of people in Kirkmaiden parish; the minister's..., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31277

Reminiscences of people in Kirkmaiden parish; the minister's glebe. Talk about elderly people - Sandy [McLachlan], the minister's man, and Peter Cosh of Cairngaan - being nursed by someone called ...

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Jock Tamson's Tripe, 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31280

Contributors recount the story of the song 'Jock Tamson's Tripe': Jock Tamson returns home after drinking whisky one night, and looks forward to enjoying the tripe that his mother always leaves him...

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Praise of Andrew McCracken, a Kirkmaiden poet, currently wri..., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31282

Praise of Andrew McCracken, a Kirkmaiden poet, currently writing [1972].

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Some details about cheese-making checked., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31285

Some details about cheese-making checked. The Misses McGaw confirm that the starter for cheese-making was a different thing from rennet. Rennet was used to produce curds and whey, but a starter wa...

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Miss McGaw doesn't recall any special calls that drovers had..., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31286

Miss McGaw doesn't recall any special calls that drovers had to their dogs. Typical dogs' names: Speed, Mick, Mac.

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