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Query re Gaelic Folklore
On behalf of an elderly friend about a story passed down,via the Ceilidh Houses in the Islands, through generations!

Around 1890/1900's a man from the islands en route to an army camp stopped in Stromeferry for a drink.He was short changed and a fight then ensued with the barman. The soldier got the better of him but tragically the barman subsequently died from his injuries.There was an effort to trace the soldier but his colleagues hid him away. The soldier returned some years later, en route to the fishing (in Portmahomack?)and went to the same bar,ordered the same drink and received the correct change this time.This was noted by local people however he left the premises after smashing his glass against the wall stating ' Aye, that's him.That's the man'.My friend would love to know if there is any record/knowledge of such an occurrence. Could anybody assist/,point me in the right direction? Any help much appreciated!
Posted by Andy walker on 20 August 2018
S S Ferret
This ferry was based I believe at Stromeferry till around 1880, and then had an interesting journey across the seas till it reached Australia. It was captained by a Malcolm Carmichael, and any info relating to him would be appreciated.
Posted by Morag Jones on 15 April 2012
Achmore Community
The ACHMORE VILLAGE COMMUNITY HALL Facebook page is now active it is up to yourselves to use it ore not. If any of the committee members would like administration rights then contact me and i will make it so.

I hope it may become of some use. x
Posted by David (Ardnarff) on 06 October 2011
Facebook is a bright idea for those wanting further info on this lovely area... but we cant find a link to it, neither by looking via Facebook or on this page (which is also a struggle to get to until we put a link on our hime page!) Your lovely village is too well hidden in the electronic tangle, unfortunately !!
Posted by the Marriners on 20 November 2011
Blues and Hog
Just like to say how much all our family enjoyed the evening. It worked very well, all the time and effort was well worth it.
Posted by Dawn on 22 September 2011
We would like to thank the community for their help & organisation in making our wedding day so very special. We would also like to thank everybody for their generous gift & best wishes.
Posted by Lucy & Ruairi on 28 October 2010
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