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Re: Robert CROMAR, b.1835 Tarland, Scotland
Posted by: Kirsty Jane-Marie Robertson Date: January 15, 2002 at 03:18:29
In Reply to: Re: Robert CROMAR, b.1835 Tarland, Scotland by Suzanne of 56

Hi. I am a student at Aberdeen College with Learning difficulties. I was looking through your site which I thought was very interesting at a topic for my local investigations topic which is Tarland History. I was wondering if you could tell me anything about the History In Tarland And why the Statue is in the middle of the village. As I live in Tarland and is always interested in why things got there like why Morven is named that. I find Tarland a village with great History and great wildlife and I am a person who is interested in the world around her.


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