A WEBSITE DEDICATED TO THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE SEABOARD VILLAGES
Boats and Disasters
Loss of the topsail schooner the ‘Janet Storm’ in 1892.
Wreck of the Leon Raymundo.
Thomas Vass, The Pearl, 1928.
Fish Wives and Herring Girls
Hilton of Cadboll School
Gaelic History in the Seaboard Villages
Walter Balfour with the Dewar Cup, circa late 20’s
Balintore, Dewar Cup.
Seaside Swifts 1921
Seaside Rovers, circa 1950.
People of the Seaboard Villages
Newsclippings and Articles
THE SEABOARD MEMORIAL HALL
MEET THE SEABOARD TEAM
THE FISHERFOLK FESTIVAL 2016
FISHERFOLK FESTIVAL 2014
Royal Naval Reserve 1906.
William Skinner, married Annie MacKenzie.
Alexander Richard MacKenzie, [Dickie Vat]. Born 1896, emigrated to Australia 1920’s.
Royal Naval Reserve 1914-18. Back Row second from left as viewer looks. John Ross.
Sitting Andrew Ross ?, and Davey Vass, Park Street, Balintore.
Sea Scouts, Hilton, circa 1914
Hilton Royal Navy Sailors. Back Row, left to right as viewer looks. Hughan Tarrel, Davan Tarrel, not known, not known. Front Row. not known, Andrew Sutherland [Streedie], Hugh Vass?, [his father was called Sunk, lived in Lady Street, Hilton, and he fought at the Battle of Tel-El-Kebir in 1882.. There was a Private A. Vass, Hilton, that fought at this battle]. Information from Nan Hodson [ nee McAngus].
WW1 sailors, all thought to be from the Seaboard Villages. Back Row, left to right as viewer looks. not known, not known, Andrew Ross [Reada]. Front Row. not known, not known, not known.
Andrew Ross [Reada], WW1.
Donald [Dan] McAngus, born 1888, Shore Street, Hilton. Brother of John and Alexander.
John McAngus, born 1891, Shore Street, Hilton,was interned in HMS Timbertown in the Netherlands for the duration of WW1 after escaping from Antwerp in October 1914. Brother of Donald and Alexander.
Alexander McAngus, born 1892, Shore Street, Hilton. Brother of Donald and John.
Willie Skinner, Hugh Street, Balintore.
Finlay John Vass, Helen Ross’s grandfather.
Andrew Ross [Dauyan].
Seaboard sailor, Murdo ? cousin of Christina MacPherson, WW1.
Seaboard sailor ? Initals G.J.S. WW1
Dan Ross, 10 King Street, Hilton.
Thomas Vass, lost on the Pearl, 1928.
Robertson Wood, Fyfe Cottage, Hilton.
Robertson Wood [Robbie Cha] , Fyfe Cottage, Hilton. Born 1904.
Alex Wood. Fyfe Cottage, Hilton.
George Patience, Hilton, on Discovery 11, in the South Atlantic.
Alex Patience, Hilton, WW2.
Jessie Ann Skinner [Toto], 4 Shore Street, Balintore. Killed in an attack on the M. V. Rangitane 1940, aged 49. Ship’s nurse.
Alexander MacAngus, killed in action while on the helm of H.M.T. Fleming in the Thames Estuary 1940, aged 20.
Standing, Hugh Vass, Balintore, H.M.S. Royal Oak victim and Willie Ross,
Hugh Vass, Balintore, died on H.M.S. Royal Oak.
Ronnie Hart, survivor of H.M.S. Royal Oak.
David Skinner and not known
William Ross, [ Billy Nannac ].
Bill Skinner, survivor H.M.S.Afridi and Willie Ross, survivor H.M.S. Bittern. WW2.
John Mackenzie [Curly]. H.M.S. Calpe, Mentioned in Despatches for his part in the Raid on Dieppe.
John Mackenzie [Curly]. H.M.S. Calpe, Mentioned in Despatches, October 1942, for his part in the Raid on Dieppe.
Donald Tarrel, lost on the S.S. Baron Dechmont [Ardrossan]. World War 2. Picture courtesy of Gordon Graham and Tim Brunton.
Hughie Vass, Hilton West End.
Sailors from WW2, though to be from the Seaboard Villages. Left to Right, as viewer looks, unknown, unknown, Murdo McRae.
Murdo McRae, survivor of H.M.S. Wildswan, WW2.
L.C.T. 164 in the Mediterranean in WW2, Murdo McRae, sitting front, 2nd in from right, as viewer looks.
Hugh MacKay [Roggle] Royal Navy Team, back row 2nd in from left as you look
David William Ross
Sailors in Balintore
Sailors from the fleet coming in to play football.
Sailors coming in at the harbour
Sailors from the fleet outside the Commercial Hotel.
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