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Archaeological dig at the Kirkgate in Leith
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Stuart Laidlaw's- Maternal Grandparents William Kilgour Cunningham and Margaret Alexander Cunningham (Nee Henry)
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Stuart Laidlaw's - Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b 17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw's - Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b 17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw’s – Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b 17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw’s – Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b 17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw’s – Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b 17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw's - Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw's - Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Stuart Laidlaw's - Memories of my mother Isabella Alexander Laidlaw b17/03/1911- d 26/10/1999
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Norwood, Canaan Lane , before development
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Flats built on former site of James Paul and Sons, Joiner
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Villa 20
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Bangour General Hospital
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From left to right Grandpa Horrex, my Mother Helen, Stepfather Jack Horrex,
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Back row from left to right Mary Brydon (nee Legget) Jean Legget
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The children of Edmonstone Village
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Bangour General/village Hospitals
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Connectivity and nature in the city
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Path to footbridge over railway.
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4 Balcarres Street
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2016 - Shrubhill final show vocalists from all the bands at finale,
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Grandpa at the back of his house in Blinkbonny Crescent, Blackhall.
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