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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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Seating for passengers on the mail-coach; postal deliveries...., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31283

Seating for passengers on the mail-coach; postal deliveries. In the winter a little box like a hen-house was put on the mail-coach, supposed to seat eight, but sometimes taking as many as twenty. ...

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Shops and public houses in Drummore, Damnaglaur and Kirkmaid..., 23 August 1972

Track ID : 31284

Shops and public houses in Drummore, Damnaglaur and Kirkmaiden. There were formerly five or six small shops in Drummore, which the Misses McGaw list. As well as several grocers there was a draper ...

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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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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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Archaeological finds in Wigtownshire., 09 August 1972

Track ID : 30701

Archaeological finds in Wigtownshire. While ploughing at Cairngaan, the Misses McGaw's grand-uncle found an urn, which was dated to 1200-1500 BC. They recently gave it to a museum. An ancient bead...

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