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Mail-coach and stagecoach from Kirkmaiden to Stranraer., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31298

Mail-coach and stagecoach from Kirkmaiden to Stranraer. The Misses McGaw went by mail-coach to Stranraer for music lessons every week. Mr Craigie Irvine drove the stagecoach and Mr Ally Preston dr...

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Biographical information and family history of the Misses Mc..., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30692

Biographical information and family history of the Misses McGaw; the snow of 1877; childhood recollections of Damnaglaur. Miss Ina McGaw was born at Whithorn, her sister Agnes Grace at Several in ...

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Anecdote about a ring lost, ploughed under and found again;..., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30693

Anecdote about a ring lost, ploughed under and found again; anecdote about a cycling accident; chaff mattresses. Anecdote about Mrs Simpson, who lost her wedding ring (or keeper) while filling a c...

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Biography and family history of the Misses McGaw., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30694

Biography and family history of the Misses McGaw. When the Misses McGaw were growing up, the family at Several consisted of their parents, themselves, and latterly an aunt. Their parents died youn...

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Schools and schoolteachers in Kirkmaiden parish in the late..., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30695

Schools and schoolteachers in Kirkmaiden parish in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In the time of the Misses McGaw's aunt, the schoolteacher in Kirkmaiden, Mr Parker, taught Latin and navi...

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Family history of the Misses McGaw; origins of Several Farm;..., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30696

Family history of the Misses McGaw; origins of Several Farm; droving in Galloway. The McGaw sisters' grandfather lived in Several, but his memory was failing when they knew him. Their grand-uncle,...

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Cheese-making on a Wigtownshire farm., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30697

Cheese-making on a Wigtownshire farm. Cheese was taken to Dunragit by cart, or sometimes to Drummore to be transported by steamer. Talk of coal coming in and corn [oats] going out by boat. The che...

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Family story of a visit from a fairy begging milk, near Whit..., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30698

Family story of a visit from a fairy begging milk, near Whithorn. A forebear of the Misses McGaw, perhaps a great great grandmother, was at work at Longhill Farm near Whithorn when a fairy came in...

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Anecdote about seeing a goblin., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30699

Anecdote about seeing a goblin. Miss McGaw describes seeing a goblin during an archaeological picnic at Yester House near Gifford. The lecturer was speaking about a building called the Goblin Hall...

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Kirkmaiden place-names; place-name origin in a murder., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30700

Kirkmaiden place-names; place-name origin in a murder. Miss McGuffock told the Misses McGaw that she used to wonder where her father went on a moonlit night: it turned out he was rowing over to Ir...

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