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Comments by Karen and Ian McNeil on 21 September 2009 at 15:56 IP Logged
What a wonderful collection of artifacts, photos, memorablia and exhibits. Also John is a marvellous man with a wealth of knowledge which he was happy to pass on to us looking for info regarding our ancestors. Fascinating details of life in the 1850
United Kingdom

Comments by graham turner on 25 October 2008 at 18:52 IP Logged
hi my dad often tells me about the Lucy Ashton jet engine boat, does anybody have any info? he also tells of when he was a boy picking up german submariners caps washed up on the shore was a sub sank at the boom would love to hear more
many thanks
United Kingdom

Comments by john Stirling on 08 September 2008 at 11:09 IP Logged
Hello. Any postings past few days please resubmit. Apologies for inconvenience. Manager (getting old)
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Comments by Kate on 28 August 2008 at 16:36 IP Logged
Hi John,
I can't tell you enough how great I think the museum is. What a great place for myself and others who are from Dunoon. I enjoyed my visit...would have loved to have stayed all day!...my next visit I will do...lol. Thanks John.
Kate
United States

Comments by Duncan Campbell on 21 August 2008 at 02:57 IP Logged
Congratulations on the museum and website which looks wonderful.
I am a grandson of Duncan Campbell, bank manager and session clerk in Innellan. Interested in contacting anyone who remembers the Campbells at Seaforth.
email: sessel(at)ismennt.is
Iceland

Comments by john stirling on 29 July 2008 at 11:14 IP Logged
Hello Ian. Remember you well from Kirn School days. You stayed in Park Road opposite the playground. I stayed in Ardenslate Road after I flitted from Milton Road.
I now manage this Museum.
Regards
United Kingdom

Comments by iain rome on 28 July 2008 at 23:15 IP Logged
I LIVED IN DUNOON FROM 1951 TO 1966,I MARRIED JEAN Mc ILLWRITH, IWAS IN THE LIFEBOYS AND THE BOYS BRIGADE,MY SISTER ANN VISTED THE MUSEUM SEVERAL YEARS AGO ONLY TO FIND THAT I WAS HANGING ON THE WALL,GREAT STUFF YOURS TRULY IAIN/JEAN
Canada

Comments by LORAINNE on 21 July 2008 at 19:01 IP Logged
Been for my yearly visit a few weeks ago, still as exciting and intresting. Wee question do you know anything about the big old empty house in Kilmun? Its painted blue and white and its situated between Grahams Point/ Johnston Avenue
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Comments by Helen Farrell (nee Smith) on 10 July 2008 at 05:20 IP Logged
(Colin Anderson Smith) worked for Dunoon Town Council as Head Gardener for many years. Left Dunoon for Australia in 1968. Dad turned 90 this month and would like to say hi to anyone who remembers him. Send any message. (HH_FARR@YAHOO.COM)
Australia

Comments by LORAINNE CRICHTON on 15 May 2008 at 20:45 IP Logged
What a wonderful site. What a wonderful place. Everyone visiting Dunoon or surrounding areas must visit the museum. It nearly time for me to come visit for the 4th summer in a row, learn or see aomething new every time. Keep up the good work x
United Kingdom

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