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Grandpa built us a buggy, it had a car steering wheel, a hand brake and pram wheels.
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Back row from left to right Mary Brydon (nee Legget) Jean Legget
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Grandpa Legget with his 2 Grandsons wearing their kilts Robert aged 6 and myself aged 5.
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Grandpa at the back of his house in Blinkbonny Crescent, Blackhall.
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"Granny, Granny, Grandpa's on Fire" !
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Here I am sitting with my Father, pictured on the right hand side is Robert, we were at Ferry Port, in Egypt.
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That's me in my pram aged 5 months.
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My Mother holding my brother Robert who is just 13 days old. My brother
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The Mary Erskine's School founded in 1694 has approximately 750 girl pupils,
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Walking through COVID
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Rainbow Badge
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My Grandpa Robert Sommerville Legget is pictured attending Daniel Stewarts College
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This is an "Article taken from STEWARTS COLLEGE MAGAZINE 1964", which my Uncle
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My Granny Ethel Legget attending my 21st birthday celebration accompanied by a friend.
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Robert aged 18 months in his buggy.
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Letter from daddy
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Letter from Uncle Bert to my Uncle Tom.
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Page 2 of a Letter from Grandad Legget to his Son Tom.
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Family photo with me as a baby about 6 months old.
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My Grandparents Robert & Ethel Legget's Silver Wedding Anniversary.
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I am pictured here on the left on my first year at Daniel Stewart's College, Primary.
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When at Daniel Stewarts College Robert and I always called him "Uncle Tom".
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My Mother, Brother and I went to live with Granny and Grandpa Legget
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Robert on the left sitting in the garden with our Mother and me on the right.
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