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Funeral service on Wednesday, 16th August, 2017, at 10.30am, in the East Church, Academy Street, Inverness; thereafter to Kilvean Cemetery. His passion for rugby, Rangers, Arsenal, music, food and whisky however remained with him all his life - as did his ability to shop (so much shopping! Andy was suddenly and cruelly taken from the world he loved so much and far too soon, on 7th August, 2017. Chisholm & Sons' Funeral Home, Huntly Street, Inverness; thereafter to Kilvean Cemetery. MAIN - Peacefully, at the Royal Northern Infirmary, Inverness, on Saturday, 5th August, 2017, David Main, aged 85 years, beloved husband of Ismay (nee Mac Bean), devoted dad of Vivian and Andrew, also a doting grandad of Grant, Cara and Leanne. Donations, if desired, to Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland may be given at the service. Janice will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Much loved husband and very best friend of Muriel, dearly loved father to Douglas, Brian and Eleanor and their partners. Adored grandfather to Donald, Struan, Helena, Fergus and Arianna, a well respected and greatly admired member of the local and farming community. Donations invited at the service for Ward 5A Raigmore, The Renal Unit and The Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution or please forward to William T.
You are invited to share in a celebration of his life on Wednesday, 16th August, 2017, at 1.30pm, in the funeral home of William T. Funeral service on Tuesday, 15th August, 2017, at 2pm in Inverness Crematorium. Funeral service at Dingwall Auction Mart on Saturday, 19th August, 2017, at 12 noon. Fraser and Son, Funeral Directors, Culduthel Road, Inverness.
However, Amelia Harris had by 1872 compiled a second manuscript of the family ballads with words and tunes and this was passed to Child who included many of them in his famous work The English and Scottish Popular Ballads published between 18.
What makes the Harris ballad collection particularly important is that many of the ballads that Grace Harris taught to her daughters had been part of a family tradition dating back two further generations (to the mid 1700s) to the manse of Graces maternal grandfather the Rev Patrick Duncan of Tibbermore in Perthshire.
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sings ballads and songs from the unique family repertoire of sisters Amelia and Jane Harris who inherited a wealth of ballads and songs from a Perthshire family tradition dating back to the mid 1700s.
The collection includes well known ballads such as A CHANCE DISCOVERY in an Edinburgh bookshop warehouse in 1955 brought to light an important early collection of Scottish ballads.
MAIN - Peacefully, at the Royal Northern Infirmary, Inverness, on Saturday, 5th August, 2017, David Main, aged 85 years, beloved husband of Ismay (nee Mac Bean), devoted dad of Vivian and Andrew, also a doting grandad of Grant, Cara and Leanne. KNOX - Peacefully, at Morar Ward, New Craigs, Inverness, on 6th August, 2017, Isobel Knox (nee Fraser), aged 74 years, Dochfour Drive, Inverness. KNIGHT - Peacefully, in the care of Cradlehall Care Home, Inverness , on 7th August, 2017, Kathleen (Rose), in her 95th year, formerly of Farr, Conon Bridge and Dingwall, beloved wife of the late Tom Knight MRCVS, loving mum of Frank and Mairi, much loved grandma of Kirsty, Laura, Greig, Calum and Aileen, also a dear mother-in-law and aunt. ROBERTSON - Peacefully, at Ach-an-Eas Care Home, Inverness, on Thursday, 4th August, 2017, Mona Kirkwood Robertson (née Fraser), beloved wife of the late Alistair Robertson, a loving aunt and sister-in-law and dear friend to many. Former widely travelled and renowned steel fixer, much loved by Muffin, adored by his children Kim, Jacqui, Richard, Garry, Ian and Audrey, loved and missed by all his family and many friends. CLARK - The funeral service of the late Margaret Daphne Clark, Enrick Crescent, Drumnadrochit, will take place today (Friday), 11th August, 2017, at 2pm in St Ninian's Episcopal Church, Glenurquhart; followed by interment in St Ninian's Churchyard. MACDONALD - Peacefully, at home with her family on 7th August, 2017, Alison Mac Donald, formerly of Cluanie, Fort Augustus, aged 88 years. Donations, if desired, in memory of Alison may be given at the service or forwarded to the Funeral Directors, John Fraser & Son, 17-29 Chapel Street, Inverness, IV1 1NA.
Funeral particulars from Friday's edition of this publication. Funeral particulars from Friday's edition of this publication. Funeral details in later edition of press or from the funeral directors, John Fraser & Son, 17-29 Chapel Street, Inverness. Interment on Tuesday, 15th August, 2017, at 11.30am, at Tomnahurich Cemetery; to be followed by a thanksgiving service in Celt Street Evangelical Church at 1pm. Funeral service on Thursday, 17th August, 2017, at 10.45am, in the funeral home of William T. He leaves behind a loving family, Ann, Heather, Andrew, Gordon, Rob, Donna, Iona, Maura, Lewis, Leah and all other close relatives and friends. ROBERTSON - The Interment of the late Mona Kirkwood Robertson (née Fraser), will be held on Tuesday, 15th August, 2017, at 11.30am at Tomnahurich Cemetery to be followed by a Thanksgiving Service in Celt Street Evangelical Church at 1pm. SMITH - Peacefully, in the care of Isobel Fraser Residential Home, Inverness, on 6th August, 2017, Helen Smith (nee Taylor), aged 98 years (formerly of Darrach, Aboyne), beloved wife of the late John Smith and mother of Alan, Mervyn, Sonia and the late Jack and Harry. Cherished wife of the late Hamish, dearly loved mother to Fiona, Sheena and Heather and affectionate grandmother of nine. Funeral service to be held at Fort Augustus Church of Scotland on Tuesday, 15th August, 2017, at 11am; thereafter private committal at Inverness Crematorium. KNIGHT - Peacefully, in the care of Cradlehall Care Home, Inverness , on 7th August, 2017, Kathleen (Rose) Knight (nee Macleod), in her 95th year, formerly of Farr, Conon Bridge and Dingwall, beloved wife of the late Tom Knight MRCVS, loving mum of Frank and Mairi, much loved grandma of Kirsty, Laura, Greig, Calum and Aileen also a dear mother-in-law and aunt. Donations, if desired, for Cradlehall Care Home Residents Fund may be given at the service or forwarded to the Funeral Directors, John Fraser & Son, 17-29 Chapel Street, Inverness IV1 1NA.