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Rosehaugh stable block.
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Rosehaugh stable block.

This is a photo of the stable block at Rosehaugh. It shows where the coachmen would sit and watch the big house and would be signaled to take down a coach when required. A member of my wife's family, William Shobbrook was a coachman for the estate. His son Walter is named on the War mamorial in Avoch, he died in 1917. Any information about the Shobbrooks or the Coachmen of the estate would be welcome.
John McLeman
Picture added on 18 September 2011 at 10:25
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That is a lovely photo John. I love the rounded tower part.
Added by Ann Duggan on 18 September 2011
I had a look at the 1901 census and there were five children listed.The eldest son Samuel(b-1885) occupation was given as Pupil Teacher in the local school. Albert b1884 was born in Lonmay Aberdeenshire. Both parents were born in Devon England.
Anonymous comment added on 22 September 2011
Walter who is named on the Avoch War memorial was a sergeant in the 2nd Bn., Seaforth Highlanders He was killed on 11th Apr. 1917 at the battle to take the village of Roeux, France. He is buried in Brown's Copse(The Seaforths Cemetery) which is about a kilometre from Rouex.

Added by Willie S Stewart on 22 September 2011
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The McLemans

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