Cramond Masterton Album
Images of people in the Cramond Masterton Family Tree.
|1||John Masterton and Annie Currie|
Married in 1890 in Beath, near Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
Jane Masterton, married to James Graham.
Jane is the oldest lady seated on the right.
Cohrane Thomson (1836-1915), Seaman, merchant service
|4||George Hogg Thomson and Margaret Gallie Grier|
Taken in Charlestown, Fife, Scotland outside their home at 20 North Row.
|5||Alexander Bain Masterton|
|6||Alexander Masterton and Mary Thomson|
Taken when Alex (Sandy) and Mary were approximately 45 and 43
|7||Mary Masterton (ms Thomson)|
|8||Private George Masterton|
Official intimation has been received by his parents of the death of Private George Masterton, Bothwell, 1-6th Scottish Rifles, who was killed in action on June 15. Deceased, who was the eldest son of Mr James Masterton, foreman blacksmith, 5 Murray Place, Bothwell, and had been connected with the Volunteers since 1910, was a blacksmith with Messrs William Baird and Company, Bothwell Collieries, before volunteering for active service.
|9||David Wilson and Jean Masterton marriage|
Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
|10||Tom McKay, Jeanie McKay (ms Thomson), George Hogg Thomson, Margaret Gallie Grier |
Outside 20 North Row, Charlestown, Fife, Scotland
|11||Jeanie Masterton (ms Bain)|
|12||Jeanie Masterton (ms Bain) and Mary Masterton (ms Thomson)|
My mother and grandmother
|13||James Masterton and Jeanie Bain|
|14||Margaret Thomson (ms Grier) and family|
Margaret(ms Grier), Cochrane, Mary and Janet Thomson
|15||Chrissie Thomson (ms Main)|
|18||Jean Esther Masterton |
|19||Jean Esther Masterton|
|20||Jean Esther Masterotn|
|21||Jean Esther Masterton|
|22||Jean Esther Masterton|
|23||Jean Esther Masterton|
|24||William and Jane Coats (ms Masterton) and family|
|25||Robert Raynor Masterton (1930-1988)|
Robert Raynor Masterton
|26||Marion Elizabeth Masterton (1893-1953)|
MArion Elizabeth Masterton
|27||Lillah Grier (1910-1979)|
|28||Lillah Grier (1910-1979)|
In garden at Wellwood Cottage, Wellwood, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
|29||Robert Low Grier on the right of the photograph. |
Taken in Baghdad, Iraq. Photographer L.G. Donatossian.
|30||Ronald Grier (1903-1988)|
|31||Bill Masterton, the Redbank Hermit (1872-1961)|
Bill Masterton in his cave at the Redbank Mine
|32||Bill Masterton, the Redbank Hermit (1872-1961)|
Bill Masterton pictured in the Sunday Mail, 27th October 1957
|33||Bill Masterton, the Redbank Hermit (1872-1961)|
Taken for article in Zinc Corporation "Conveyor" magazine, December 1940
|34||Bill Masterton, the Redbank Hermit (1872-1961)|
Picture taken for article in Zinc Corporation's "Conveyor" magazine, December 1940
|35||Mary Low (Polly) Grier|
On rear, "To Ronald. What do you think of the boys now. Polly."
|36||Dorothy Gertrude Masterton (1896-1991)|
|37||Beth Masterton (1906-1999)|
|38||Violet Masterton and family|
Back row Walter Proven, Margaret Proven and William Proven. Front row Chrissie Proven, Violet Proven (ms Masterton) their mother, Petrena Proven.
|39||William Todd Masterton Proven|
|40||William Todd Proven and Violet Masterton and family c 1920-21|
back row: William Todd Proven and Violet Masterton
middle row: Walter Proven, Petrena Proven, Chrissie Proven
front row: Margaret Proven