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Old Royal High School – Reverend MacNicols 3B2 Class of 1963

May 1963
Old Royal High School - Reverend MacNicols 3B2 Class of 1963

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Photos that year were in aid of the Freedom from Hunger Campaign.

Back row: Ross Maguire, Donald Taylor, Ian Murray, Stewart MacKinnon, Bruce Fairly, Gordon Dow. Middle Row: Jim Dallas, Drummond Watson, Gordon Adamson. Harvey Frew, Gordon Stirling, Graeme Pollock, Graeme Innes, Scott Gilchrist, John Millar, David Valentine, Brian Innes, Denis Russell. Front Row: Rev. R.S. McNicol (Form Master) Stuart Horsburgh, Alan Telford, Russell Mitchell, Frederick Warder, Ian Scott, ?, Hugh Johnstone, John Mackin, Christopher Warbrick.

Names for this Class appear in the Class Lists entry in this Scrapbook.

Stuart Laidlaw Added by Stuart Laidlaw

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    Robin Forrest

    I immediately recognized third from the left in the back row, before I realized there was a list of names. Ian and I were friends from early to late teens and the last time we met will be at least 55 years ago. I did not attend R.H.S. but we lived near each other as did Ian Alexander another R.H.S. pupil I was friendly with at this time.

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