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Jakey and Helen Fraser and shy granddaughter, Moy.
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No: 864   Contributor:   Year: 1970
Jakey and Helen Fraser and shy granddaughter, Moy.

Jakey Fraser and wife Helen with one of their grandchildren at Moy, in their retirement. Jakey Fraser started work with FC at Teinland just after the First World War. He was made up to head forester of Glenmore in 1937, where he remained until his retirement in 1954. He then took on the job as campsite warden until he finally retired, then moved to Moy to live with his son and daughter-in-law, Ian and Elsie.
Picture added on 25 February 2011
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