Ferintosh Places

Ferintosh Community Collage

Culbokie village (date unknown)

Ferintosh Photographs - Locations

Doorway of Smiddy at Culbokie, c.1925.  The little girl is Jessie Macdonald with William Macdonald.

Goods auction - at Culbokie Smiddy?

Blacksmith, Culbokie.

Smiddy at Culbokie (obviously more modern).

Donald Macdonald's joiner's shop.

Vehicle from Findon Lodge.

Wheelwright, Culbokie.

Culbokie village from west, c.1905.

Post Office, Culbokie, 1890.

Mail cart at Culbokie.

Gordon's shop, Culbokie - thatched.

Original Findon Hall.

School and Schoolhouse pre 1874.

Schoolhouse and Hall, Culbokie.

Village pump, Culbokie.

Clearing snow by hand - Cocked Hat wood.

Boating on Culbokie Loch.

The two photographs above show the unloading of coal at Findon pier.
In her book My Friends the Miss Boyds the authoress Jane Duncan describes in detail the annual activity around the arrival of the coal boat at the pier in her fictitious parish in the Black Isle.

Ferintosh Free Church, 1910.

Ferintosh Free Church and Manse.

Ferintosh Free Church Communion at "The Burn" - 1843 engraving.

Ferintosh Free Church Communion ("Sacraments") 1873.

All three photos above show Ferintosh Free Church Communion of 1900.

"The Burn" in recent times.

Inter-denominational Communion at "The Burn" in August 1991.

Communion Service at "The Burn" in 1996, conducted by Rev Alistair Maclennan of Resolis and Urquhart Church of Scotland.

Ruins of the original Urquhart Church.

Here is the former Urquhart Church of Scotland, now a private dwelling.

Culbokie village school prior to conversion to a church for the congregation of Resolis and Urquhart.

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