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Roy H Elgin Wednesday 24th Aug 2005, 2:19pm
Great I hope to see Elgin some day.

Lorraine Marshall Wednesday 24th Aug 2005, 7:35am
Great site!! I spent most of my childhood in Bishopmill 1958-1969), my dad was in the navy, based at Lossiemouth. We lived in Esmond Gardens. I did go back and visit Elgin in 1989, everything that I remembered about the place came back, but it was a lot smaller than I remebered from a kid, but when you are small everything looks big. I did not realise how beautiful it was when I lived there but I think when you are young you dont appreciate things like that. My sister returned from Elgin last week, it was the first time that she had ever been back and like me said how beautiful it was. Some of my fondest memories of Elgin is the park and the sliding down Lady Hill on a cardboard box. Oh what fun it was to be a kid haha. I would tell everyone who is near there to pay Elgin a visit. I will return again soon. I now live in Wigan and its a far cry from Elgin!!

linda stronge Friday 19th Aug 2005, 4:41pm
My great grandgfather Robert Ross died in 1946 and is buried in Elgin cemetery. I know this is a weird request but if your'e ever in the cemetery please would you send me a photo of his grave stone! thannx

danny Friday 19th Aug 2005, 1:29pm
love to visit one day

Graeme Cormack Thursday 18th Aug 2005, 9:27pm
I lived in Elgin round about 1978-82.Went to Seafield Primary,then went to Elgin Academy.Names I remember..Owen Ballantine,Steven Mckidd,Heather(?),Stuart Ross. I lived in the RAF Houses..Lossiemouth Road,No 84 I think it was..Great times.Cycling oot to Duffus Castle,Covesea Lighthouse etc....Brill.....was about 10-13 at the time!...anyone remembers me drop me a line!....

Martin, Ksan & Douwe Monday 1st Aug 2005, 6:29pm
Hello Elgin, in a couple of days we leave for our hollidays in Scotland. We stay near Elgin. Looking foreward to see you and your beautiful country. Greetings from The Netherlands.

Andy Brown Monday 1st Aug 2005, 1:50pm
I am currently in Australia and looking forward to coming home soon for my brothers wedding. Im confused as to go back to Australia after the wedding or stay living in Lossie. Has anyone got any stories they can share if they had or could have immigrated?

Jerry Wittet Sunday 31st Jul 2005, 1:49pm
My grandfather John Mc Greagor Wittet came from Elgin to Trinidad & Tobago at age 19 to work in the suger industry. I am a third generation Wittet living in Trinidad and my dream is to one day visit Elgin and trace my roots.

kelly mckandie Monday 25th Jul 2005, 6:31pm
Hi there people of elgin,, i'm an elgin quine born and bred and it's a lovelly wee city, hello 2 every1 i know, kel x

Arth Vandelay Saturday 23rd Jul 2005, 10:43pm
Very nice website. Keep up the good work I will visit again soon.

Jose Martin Wednesday 20th Jul 2005, 6:50pm
Very good webpage you have here, and best greetings to all your visitors. welcome

Mark Reese-Jones II Wednesday 20th Jul 2005, 6:54am
Excellent site, a tribute to Elgin!

Bill Parker Monday 18th Jul 2005, 12:33am
Met Doreen Robertson many years ago in Germany. Believe she was from Elgin. Anyone know of her??

Patrick Bateson Saturday 16th Jul 2005, 9:03pm
I found your site a while ago and since then I have been following your work. .

Nancy Friday 15th Jul 2005, 7:09pm
My great-grandmother's maiden name was Elgin. I am told my ancestors were from Scotland. I live in the U.S. My middle name is Elgin and someday I would love to come to your country and visit.

ron Friday 15th Jul 2005, 9:53am
I was just checking to see if Elgin was in Morayshire. That seems to be true.

David Ross Thursday 14th Jul 2005, 5:31am
I would greatly appreciate hearing from any relatives of Patrick Duff Ross born 1834 who left for New Zealand around 1860.

brian Tuesday 12th Jul 2005, 8:24pm
this is one cool website

Hamish Gillespie Friday 8th Jul 2005, 11:43am
Left Elgin in 1972 moved to Melbourne Australia Anyone remember me? Went to Elgin Academy and Seafield school.

ashley mclaughlin (nee riach) Sunday 3rd Jul 2005, 5:39pm
moving up here to live next grandparents were james(jimmy) and margaret uncles are barrie(deceased) and father is graeme.

Morris Thursday 30th Jun 2005, 10:30pm
Lovely. Must visit

willem kroeze, Netherlands Thursday 30th Jun 2005, 3:57pm
Hi, I have visited Elgin many times due to RAF Lossiemouth. Because of that I also came to Elgin many times on vacation, where I met many nice people. I love the city and area. Lots of greetings.

Kerri Skene Monday 27th Jun 2005, 7:54am
Hi, Great site, loved seeing all the old familiar areas. I grew up in Elgin before immigrating to Australia in 1992. Went to Elgin High School anyone that remembers me, would love to hear from you.

tom steele Saturday 25th Jun 2005, 12:26pm
is there anyone who knows the whereabouts of a mister David Anderson age about 66 ex REME(army) stationed in belgium 60 stn wksp in OLEN about 1960 as a national serviceman.And was best man at tom and sue steele's wedding anyone who can help please reply to [email protected]

Cheryl Dingwell Monday 20th Jun 2005, 1:15pm
My 5 ggrandfather was born in Rashcrook Scotland. I would love to learn anything about the area.

DANNY MYERS Thursday 16th Jun 2005, 2:25pm

fred frederick Thursday 9th Jun 2005, 10:58pm
Greetings from Canada, Goose Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador. My daughter just graduated from University and moved to Elgin to be with her beau. The information available has been most helpful in giving a good insight into the area. A good site, thank you .

donna Panicali Negri Sunday 5th Jun 2005, 6:04am
Hello, I enjoyed the Elgin website very much. I found it informative, and a good read with nice images. I am research our family history. My ancestors emigrated from Barga, Lucca, Loppia in the late 1880's and 1892, to the USA./ Ermanno Panicali was a plaster of paris figure maker. His mother was Domenica Da Prato. I understand that Josephine Panicali's ancestors were from that area also. Thank you, Donna Panicali Negri

HOLLY Wednesday 1st Jun 2005, 8:21pm
hi im looking for lauren think surename campbell i was spoke to her tho this website but lost contact she used live in elgin but moved to chorley any info email me thanks

Blair Laird Friday 27th May 2005, 10:06pm
I would also like to mention that Grampian Fire Cadets run in elgin. The website is

Eileen Woods Friday 27th May 2005, 3:52am
My grandparents & Mother came from Elgin. My Uncle Ian was the postmaster in Elgin for quite some years. I will be in Scotland in Jan 06 for a holiday. Can anyone suggest how I can find out about my relations. My parents & sisters left Elgin in 1951.

Lorna Friday 20th May 2005, 7:45pm
THis is such a wonderful site, my fiancee lives in a small village near elgin and i love going to visit the town, I live in Canada and have raved about how wonderful Elgin is, it is like walking back in time and I have lovely memories of wonderful kisses and strolls we took everytime I have been back there,

carolyn hume Thursday 19th May 2005, 12:27pm
Hello Elgin, I am looking for a "David Christie" who use to live in Lhanbryde. He will be in his mid 40's now and use to serve in the Queens own Highlanders. Can anyone help me???????

Lucy Harrison Thursday 19th May 2005, 10:48am
I have lived in elgin all my life (I am now 14) but I have recently moved to Australia. I miss it so much and would give anything to come back. Elgin Academy is the best school ever! Luv Lucy xXx

nicola geddes Friday 13th May 2005, 8:22pm
hey i live in elgin have done all my life. Im 19 years old and thats a really long time to me. Hope all visitors to elgin like it just as much as i do. love ya all

julie campbell Thursday 12th May 2005, 7:27pm
on the 28.5.61 was iam born in elgin .one day l want to come back to see elgin .l now live in holland.

Aba Mugu Wednesday 11th May 2005, 1:52pm
Nice site and I like it. Thank you for your wonderful work in keeping this site. For Mugu Guys, I don land and fire here. Be aware and keep off offffffffffffffffff

David S Taylor Monday 9th May 2005, 8:37am
My Great grandfather Duncan Taylor left Elgin for Dunedin N.Z. in 1860 on the Elgin, love to here of any reles still living in Elgin.

Rebecca Sunday 8th May 2005, 2:45pm
hi, this website has helped me loads with my home study..... thanx for all your information

Katie Lawrence Friday 6th May 2005, 1:37pm
It is a very good website and I am really pleased with the producers of this firm. I would like to say hiya to my mum and also to say to Paul Kelly that I love him so much and would like for him to get back with me!! love you Paul

Doug & Lianne Marsh Tuesday 3rd May 2005, 11:02pm
We are trying to locate Alan and Veronica Smith. We met them a year ago in New Zealand. They are mid to late 50's and she was a teacher. Thanks Washington State--USA

Peter McGhie Wednesday 27th Apr 2005, 6:47pm
Visited your beautifal city/June 2004, hope to repeat it again inSept 2005.First visit was a wheen of years ago.1052 !

Jeanette Pike Thursday 14th Apr 2005, 6:50pm
Does anyone know JANICE CARBINE? She was born and raised in Elgin, but married a yank and moved to Florida. Last I heard, she is back in the UK. Please tell her to get in touch.

Hannah Järvinen Monday 11th Apr 2005, 4:03am
I am from Vancouver, BC and I find this site a very informative website, loved the photos and am planning a visit in the future. I must thank Andrew Comley for directing me to this site.

Hannah Järvinen Monday 11th Apr 2005, 4:00am
Very informative website, loved the photos. I must thank Andrew Comley for directing me to this site.

John and Karin Donald Tuesday 5th Apr 2005, 10:53am
brilliant website. If anyone knows Dick and Margret Noble say hi to them from us here in New Zealand. Hope to catch up again soon

Jim Parker Saturday 2nd Apr 2005, 1:54am
Hi from Surrey,BC, Canada. My mother (Margaret "Scottie" Calder) was born in Elgin. Our family had a great time visiting there in 1959 on our way home from Germany. I love your web site as it brings back wonderful memories of Elkin and Scotland.

Sue & Terry Campbell Thursday 31st Mar 2005, 11:10pm
You certainly are Scotland's friendliest city. We enjoyed our short visit there last week to the museum, cafe and cathedral. Thank you all & can't wait to return.

Wayne Haverson (Senior) Sunday 6th Feb 2005, 4:44pm
Happy New Year to all old friends up there, hoping to come home for holiday this year, see ye all then!

moira Sunday 6th Feb 2005, 12:37am
Used to holiday in Lossiemouth and Elgin when I was a child. Finally made a trip back in sept./04 but pictures I took were ruined when being developed. From Canada so cannot take a quick trip back - does anyone know a site where I can get some Lossiemouth photos?

Charlotte emma-louise Reid Wednesday 2nd Feb 2005, 1:49pm
Does anyone know Alexander James Reid? or a relation as i am looking for him. Please get in touch if anyone knows of him. Birthplace Aberdeen.

charlotte Emma- louise Reid Wednesday 2nd Feb 2005, 1:29pm
Is there an Alexander Reid in Elgin or any relation to him? If so please get in touch as im trying to find him.

Rick Fraser Sunday 23rd Jan 2005, 8:00pm
Love the website. If anyone knows Ron Watt, have him e-mail me. Thanks

Sandra Warner Wednesday 19th Jan 2005, 9:49pm
I haved lived in Scotland - Glenlivet for 13 years not so very far away from Elgin which is my shopping centre and entertainment, 27 miles, not a long way up here. I would like to contact people who are prepared to swap homes for holidays.

Ian Smith Wednesday 19th Jan 2005, 11:01am
Like the amount of information and enthusiasm and have added it to our trip in October but would like a few more pictures.

Peter Milner Friday 7th Jan 2005, 4:52am
I finally found my mate Graham Neish formally of The Gables Dufftown I tried an ad in the P & J and his sister Sheena in Aberlour emailed me with his address. Cheers to all. Peter Milner.

debbie Wednesday 5th Jan 2005, 9:04pm
Does anybody have any information etc about Pinefield (?) training camp, home of the Royal engineers regiment (national Service) around 1949-51? If so my father would love to hear from you.

KEVIN HUTCHENS Thursday 30th Dec 2004, 8:05pm
Happy New Year to all the people of Elgin,Moray and the beautiful north of Scotland.

Philipp Bock Wednesday 29th Dec 2004, 11:52pm
Greetings from your Twin-Town Landshut in BAVARIA! Hello, Lots of greetings from your Twin-Town Landshut in BAVARIA, Germany. Elgin is such a lovely and nice town! I want to greet all the friends my family and I have in and around Elgin and whish all of them a happy, healthy and successful 2005! If you want, just visit my homepage: as I write English and German poems ;-) See you - Phil

janet luford Monday 27th Dec 2004, 11:14am
Elgin is quite a unique and wonderful place. Having visited and lived/worked there some years ago i found it an interesting and good experience.

KEVIN HUTCHENS Friday 24th Dec 2004, 10:20am
Happy Christmas and Happy New Year when it comes to all the people of the beautiful town of Elgin ,and the beautiful county of Moray.

Jackie and margaret clayton Wednesday 22nd Dec 2004, 7:47pm
MerryChristmas and Happy Hogmany to everyone who knows us. Had a great holiday when we were home in October from Canada.

Marilyn Minshull Tuesday 21st Dec 2004, 11:07am
Is there a Methodist Church in Elgin and if so could a member kindly get in touch with me as I am seeking some information which they might help me with.

KEVIN HUTCHENS Thursday 9th Dec 2004, 9:53pm
What a great website a credit to the beautiful town of Elgin

Peter Milner Thursday 9th Dec 2004, 10:18am
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all who know me regards Peter Milner.

Pat O'Meara Thursday 2nd Dec 2004, 2:34pm
Can anyone tell me if Elgin is a city or a town? Thanks.

Laszlo Dobray Wednesday 1st Dec 2004, 12:07pm
The Bavarian part of the twin-town association Landshut-Elgin has created a homepage. It informs about this town twinnig, the association and the two towns, of course. If you like to see what your twin-town Landshut is like visit And if you like it, don't forget to sign our guestbook (via 'contact').

MaryLynn Jones-Henry Thursday 25th Nov 2004, 5:59am
I am a long time admirer of vintage textiles and I recently received a gift of a beautiful blackwatch pattern rug/throw. I believe this is a vintage piece and I am seeking information about it's age and origin. There is a 4 inch by 4 inch cardboard tag attached to the rug with a single long stitch of cotton thread. At the top of the card is "MORASCOT". Beneath that is cat standing on it's hind feet with the words TRADE and MARK on either side of the cat. Beneath the cat are the words: Light Cashmere Rug. No. 726, Manufactured in Scotland The H.B. Mackintosh Co., Ltd., Elgin I would appreciate any information. Thank you very much.

Colin Kinnear Wednesday 17th Nov 2004, 6:05pm
Desperately looking for a job in Elgin, while visiting the region from 23 November 2004 untill 12 January 2005. I'm a South African student with computer knowledge. CV available on request. Any job.

Victoria and Michelle Monday 15th Nov 2004, 6:04pm
Elgin is a good place unless you have been there millions of times then it gets really boring.

Lou-anne Folder Monday 15th Nov 2004, 2:17am
My paternal grandmother, Winifred Margaret Somerville Anderson was born in Elgin in 1891. No-one in my family knows the names of her parents. Could anyone help please? She had a sister, Florence and 2 brothers, Harold and George and I think that her father may have been a coach builder at Forfar.

Ryan O'Neill Monday 8th Nov 2004, 12:51pm
Does anybody know Scott Ducan from Elgin?

KEVIN HUTCHENS,FROM STONEHAVEN Sunday 7th Nov 2004, 10:25pm
I find your website both interesting and informative.Also very beautiful letting the world know of the attractions of your wonderful town.

Mimi Stronach Eastep Monday 1st Nov 2004, 10:21pm
I think my ancestors came from this region of Scotland. Is Stronach a name from this area. Planning a trip to Scotland next summer and wanted to know if this would be a good area to visit.

Nik Monday 1st Nov 2004, 3:47pm
I am starting work in Elgin in late November and am looking for a 1 or 2 bed place to rent. I've been trying the Northern Scot, but places go so fast, any thoughts/hints greatfully accepted. Looking forward to joining the community, Nik.

Garry burgess Tuesday 19th Oct 2004, 4:13pm
As a young elgin lad i would just like to wish everyone back home a happy christmas and new year. As i am currently serving with the RAF in BASRAH and won't be home until later in the new year.

Peter Milner Tuesday 19th Oct 2004, 11:26am
I am looking for a friend of mine. His name is Graham Neish formerly of The Gables, Dufftown. His Mum, Mary, died recently and I would love to get in touch with him can't find his phone number in BT white pages. Best regards to all who know me.

Cicile Monday 11th Oct 2004, 8:42pm
Just interested in learning more about your town. I have a friend there and would like to visit.

Howard Oakes Sunday 10th Oct 2004, 6:24pm
Elgin certainly is beautiful. We plan to visit next year.

Dan Gleeballs Wednesday 8th Sep 2004, 10:34am
I am looking to move to the highlands next year. Which is better Inverness or Elgin???

Ian & Sue Keil Tuesday 7th Sep 2004, 11:37pm
Hi , Just a thank you to our hosts Kevin & Marc at Ardgye House for a great hoilday ,food and hospitality A1 ,HOPE TO GET BACK SOON.

Gord Allardyce Sunday 5th Sep 2004, 7:51pm
Loved looking around your site. Haven't had the opportunity to visit yet but will one day. My cousin Andrew will be playing tour guide. I am so looking forward to seeing the area as well as seeing where my dad's (John) family lived. (Aberdeen)

sam dinning Friday 3rd Sep 2004, 4:52pm
my family are hoping to up sticks and move to elgin early next year, we really need help with finding a place to rent and how to go about finding a job, any help at all would be great. we all love scotland and cant wait to live there.

Ian & Sue Keil Friday 20th Aug 2004, 8:31pm
Just returned home after a holiday in Alves (Ardgye House) we just love the area,the people,thanks to everyone for making us welcome.Hope to come back again.

jean stark Saturday 7th Aug 2004, 3:19am
Fortunately my mom and aunt left me with a with asome family history. Have copies of several marraige & birth certificates. Just looked at my g-parents marraige C and they were married there in 4/22/1901 john masson & lily moir

Aba Mugu Monday 2nd Aug 2004, 5:56pm
Nice site and I like it. Thank you for your wonderful work in keeping this site. For Mugu Guys, I don land and fire here. Be aware and keep off offffffffffffffffff

aleathea smith Monday 2nd Aug 2004, 3:39pm
i lived in elgin for four years and i miss the city alot but i miss my friends from there more i would really like to find anybody who went to school at saint aylvester with me(aleathea smith) or anybody who could give me a contact for keryy feeney or kristen king!!thank you

Charles Robert Elgin Saturday 3rd Jul 2004, 8:11am
My ancestors came from this beautiful city. I visited here once before on the internet, and found a wonderful tavern where I left a message, hoping for a reply. I failed to receive one. I am a writer; once a falconer, a zoo director and a very old man now. I would love to receive an email from someone.

Wayne Haverson Sunday 6th Jun 2004, 12:50am
bishopmill born & bred, but been away since 1974, your site brought back fond memories, thank you!

Wayne Alexander Russell Saturday 22nd May 2004, 2:52pm
My great grandfather James Grant Russell was born in Elgin on October 15, 1855 & died in Winnipeg, Canada on November 15, 1921. He was the son of Alex Russell & his wife born Jessie Sharpe.

jan kersten Saturday 17th Apr 2004, 12:16pm
I found your site when looking for information about Scotland. Very nice and informative. I made a link from my website, so everyone can enjoy it. When placing this link is a problem, please let me know and i will remove it from my site. You can find my webiste at: Greetings from Holland Jan Kersten

david ross Thursday 8th Apr 2004, 12:31pm
this site is great and brings back so many fond memries anyone who knows me send me an email,cheers dave

Bradley Gow Thursday 8th Apr 2004, 5:37am
having recently found that my great grandparents came from Elgin i am interested to see if i still have relatives in the City John Angus Gow could anyone assist me?????

Donna Mutch Thursday 25th Mar 2004, 6:22am
Great Website! My fiance and his family are from Elgin and we are getting married in Elgin Cathedral in Sept. We picked Elgin as an alternative to Aberdeen - something different and not too far to travel to. Can anyone recommend a florist and a hairdresser/beautician to me, please. We are living in the Middle East just now but will be back to Scotland in May to finalise wedding plans, thanks. Keep up the good work.

lynn bannerman Tuesday 23rd Mar 2004, 9:20am
hi there i used to live in elgin and want to move back always miss it and it was nice to see we have a web site hi to all the ppl in elgin golf club especially the steward ( me da) and hi to all me family

ELGIN A. GUTIERREZ Friday 19th Mar 2004, 3:42am

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steven pezzone Monday 8th Mar 2004, 3:03am
I went to school in elgin,St Sylvesters,anybody that know,s me please get in touch, i,m looking for gordon and dunkin grant,susan brown ,linda garrett

Noreen Dunbar Wednesday 3rd Mar 2004, 1:24am
Hi: My grandfather was born James Asher Dunbar son of Alexander Dunbar and Elspet Shand, March 14, 1866 at Loch Hill in the County of Elgin and baptized by the minister of Urquhart Would like to visit. Is there still places named Loch Hill and Urquhart. White Rock, B.C. Canada just south of Vancouver. Any help would be appreciated.

Pam Sornson Tuesday 2nd Mar 2004, 3:07am
I visited Elgin in 1979. We went with my grandparents to visit the Birnie Kirk, since my grandfather's last name was Birnie, and his parents grew up in the area in the late 19th century. It was very exciting to see where our family name came from. The website is lovely. Thanks for putting it up!

Brad Gow Thursday 26th Feb 2004, 10:07am
just found out my great grand father came from your pretty town...thankyou for the tour...maybe i'll arrive home one day Tasmania Australia

donald campbell VEALE Sunday 15th Feb 2004, 5:41pm
I was evacuated to Pluscarden during the war. Sims at Easter Fosterseat. Went to Pluscarden Primary. I think the Head was Mrs McDonald her son `kilty` went on to Elgin Acad. Auctioneer Hubby.

Gene R. Montgomery Monday 9th Feb 2004, 2:00am
Hi from Montgomery, Texas. Just trying to find information on the late Lt. Col. N.C. Baird of Palmer's Cross and his father.

Frank Chadwick Friday 23rd Jan 2004, 6:51am
Jimmy Gardner of a guest house in Elgin. I am coming to the UK for a holiday from Australia in May. If anyone can put me in touch with Jimmy who served on the aircraft carier HMS Eagle in 1964-66, please contact me by e-mail. Lang may ye lumb reek. Frank Chadwick.

Karine Charton Tuesday 20th Jan 2004, 9:49pm
Hi from France ! I used to be a french assistant at Elgin High School in the years 1990-1991. I carry on telling everybody how I really enjoyed that time, and how Scottish people received me. Nice memories ! Best wishes to all of you and hi to everybody I met, pupils, teachers and friends ! Cheerio

Charles Carter Friday 9th Jan 2004, 9:09pm
I have two old photographs of my now deceased mothers. One shows five young airmen (H314 on the back) and the other a single airman K514 taken by Northern Photo Services ( T. Robertson ) of 23 High St, in Elgin sometime around the second world war. Anybody knows how I could find some information about them I would be more than grateful.

Nathanael Lynn Thursday 25th Dec 2003, 10:36pm
Hello. I recently recieved an heirloom of my great-great grandfather's. It's a medal he won in 1879 from the Elgin Poultry, Pigeon, and Cage Bird Club. So I thought I'd check out just where my family decended from (in the US now). Maybe some day I will actually make it there.

Sarah McInnes Wednesday 10th Dec 2003, 5:56pm
Hi all, wee sarah mcinnes here. just thought I'd say hello to everyone that knows me in Elgin. I'm moved to Greenock and got engaged to a wonderful and handsome guy.

MISS CHERIE MORELLO Thursday 27th Nov 2003, 1:57pm
the elgin council need a good kick up the backside to get things moving to stop the floods. it doesnt take three years to mobilise for war. Independants, get your bloody fingers out, and take ACTION NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Peter Milner Thursday 27th Nov 2003, 5:52am
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone in Elgin who knows me. Here's my address in case someone wants to drop in: Peter & Maria Milner, 5b, Gould Street, Flinders Park, South Australia 5025 Bus route number 111, 112, 113 from the city [Adelaide] and get off at bus stop 21 opposite the Findon Hotel.

Ian Sanders Wednesday 19th Nov 2003, 3:36pm
I am interested in letting a cottage or summer house in Moray.

Becky Saturday 15th Nov 2003, 4:38pm
I used to live in elgin about 10 years ago in a house called lesmudrie house i know that it has know been knocked down and replaced by a housing estate but i was wondering if anyone knows where i can got hold of pictures of the house for old times sake or has any please please please any info mail me at the below address Thanks x

MacKostello Friday 7th Nov 2003, 9:38am
Hi.That's me-Paul.Everybody know me as Kostek, that's my nickname.I come from Poland.I was in Elgin twice and i loved this place.It is beautiful town.There is only one fault of this place.I think that the sea is too cold and i couldn't take a bathe and become sunburnt there :( ,but the other things are great there.Nice girls,fantastic clubs and strong alcohol. It's cool!!!! I would like to greet my polish friends which i got know there.One of theme is Sender(peace man)and Łódzki!!!! I'll return there to experience ones again!!!!

Michele Smith Wednesday 29th Oct 2003, 3:36pm
HELP! I have visited Elgin on many occasions and it's fantastic. I intend to move up there after Christmas from Bolton. If anyone has any tips on how to get work and buying houses please let me know Cheers!

colette george Thursday 16th Oct 2003, 9:43pm
Well what can i say you dont realise what you have until you leave and go back. i left elgin in 1980 and mover to london but i still look forward to going home to see my family and the old place. you never know maybe one day i will move back. love the web site.

Carol Main Gordon Wednesday 17th Sep 2003, 1:58am
Greetings from Vancouver, British Columbia. What a great website - am adding to my favorits. Elgin has my heart!! I have many friends and relatives there - including my sister, Jessie Main Sutherland & niece Helen Munro. I'll be back in 2005 for a visit.

Harvey Halcott Monday 15th Sep 2003, 9:20pm
Excellent looking site. Because of it, I believe I will add Elgin to my travel plans next year. If anyone can recommend a B&B for myself and daughter (18) or recommend any attractions (games, sports, etc) I would appreciate it. We'll be visiting from Knoxville, Tennessee. Thanks, keep up the good work!

Lauren Campbell Friday 29th Aug 2003, 4:14pm
Hi there. And just what is all this I've heard about Elgin getting a Marks and Spencer??? That's a bit posh for Elgin I think!!

JAMES ROSS Tuesday 26th Aug 2003, 5:47pm

SHAUN ROSINDALE Monday 25th Aug 2003, 7:50pm
This is the best site I have ever seen for information about a town. The site is clear informative and has excellent links. I am visiting your town this week. After seeing this site I am really looking forward to this.

mugu Monday 18th Aug 2003, 5:31pm
keep of here

Ian Keil & Sue Keil Sunday 17th Aug 2003, 11:05pm
I just would like to say thanks to all the nice people that we met in Elgin on our recent holiday and the b/b we stayed at was great we can`t wait to return in 2004.

Doug Torrance Sunday 17th Aug 2003, 6:43pm
Wonderful site! I was born in Elgin, and moved to Ottawa, Canada with my parents, John and Violet (McKenzie)Torrance in 1957. Just checking out some of my roots for future trip plans....thanks for the help and the view of Elgin!

Ian Keil Wednesday 13th Aug 2003, 8:15pm
My wife and i recently visited Elgin on holiday and stayed at Carrick House b/b the accommodation, food, decor ,the owner what a brilllaint host would recomend him to anyone visting this historic city.

Peter Milner Wednesday 6th Aug 2003, 3:42am
Hello, I just got back to Australia after visiting my Mum for a month. I had not been back for over 6 years so it was good to see her, she's 78 and looking very well. Hello to everyone who knows me. Regards Peter Milner.

holly cooper Monday 28th Jul 2003, 1:06pm
thanks for the 2 people who e-mailed me with b and b n0's

Jenny Brown Tuesday 22nd Jul 2003, 4:52pm
Thank you for an excellent website. I found it by accident. You should publish it more, locally. It's been a pleasure to visit. J.B.

James Milton Friday 11th Jul 2003, 5:42pm
Crossed paths with some Elginites on holiday in Las Vegas USA. Quite a spirited bunch. Hope to visit this historic township someday. I hear the Heather throughout Scotland is inspiring as well. Great to see such civic pride.

joseph mclennan Friday 11th Jul 2003, 11:54am
hi elgin we had good times and bad anyone know me get in touch ,i live in leeds now .have a good one

Lauren Campbell Tuesday 24th Jun 2003, 3:29pm
Well, well, well, Elgin with it's own website!!!! Elgin is quite a nice town, sadly i moved away about a year ago, but hello to anyone who knows me!!

holly cooper Tuesday 24th Jun 2003, 1:19pm
thinking of going up to elgin from lancaster end july can someone tell me any band b no's any reply welcome THANKS

Helen Frew Wednesday 4th Jun 2003, 6:26am
On Sunday 9th March 2003, two Aussies were driving from Edinburgh to Inverness, via Aberdeen and Huntly. We saw your awe-inspiring cathedral on the skyline and managed to find our way in through the roadworks detours. It was quite late in the day (we'd left Huntly after 4pm), but one of the highlights of our trip was spending a little time admiring these majestic ruins. I found your Website when I was searching for a little historic background to go with my photos and put into my trip diary. A good information site for me, thank you.

Tricia Cook-Bosnell Saturday 3rd May 2003, 9:01pm
Looking for anyone with connections to the Hesketh or Grant surnames in the Elgin area.

Tricia Cook-Bosnell Saturday 19th Apr 2003, 7:45pm
Family Tree includes Hesketh and Grant surnames from Elgin. Great web site! I already bookmarked it to look around more when I have time to enjoy the gallery photos.

maureen humphrey Wednesday 2nd Apr 2003, 7:00pm
am travelling up on friday from preston.have extracted some useful info from your site.can someone tell me where B&Q is please?

Katharina Friday 28th Mar 2003, 3:31pm
Many greetings from Landshut, Germany. I'm very happy that our town has a wonderful twin town like Elgin. I hope to visit Elgin this summer. Pretty good website!!

Alex Macmillan Sunday 16th Mar 2003, 11:50am
Good site but Photo Gallery needs titles to pictures

Beverly Zech Wednesday 12th Mar 2003, 6:44pm
Greetings from San Antonio, Texas, United States. Thank you so much for such a wonderful and informative site. I hope to visit your beautiful city soon.

Beverly Zech Wednesday 12th Mar 2003, 6:43pm
Thank you so much for such a wonderful and informative site. I hope to visit your beautiful city soon.

Camilla Dallas Tuesday 11th Mar 2003, 4:43am
I was following up on the ancestry of the Dallas name, when I came across this web site. Our surname was derived from the barony of the Lordship of Dallas, an extensive tract of land comprised of 17 thousand acres lying within the Shire of Moray,...or Elgin, Scotland. Referred to as "Strath Dallas". The most northerly point was 8 1/4 miles S.SW of Elgin, and 5 miles S. SE of Fowles. The river Lossie ran through it. These site photos are beautiful.., and the information on the city is wonderful. Thank you. It is my wish to visit this lovely area...someday.

John Stewart Thursday 6th Mar 2003, 12:08am
hey just thought that i would leave a quick note to say that i have checked out the website and think its quite good! still waiting to get authorisation from area manager if we can put phones 4 U on the website?? >>[email protected]<<

Bill Stephen Wednesday 5th Mar 2003, 6:35pm
Well done Elgin. You have cought up with Lossie in producing a great site All the best Bill

Bronwyn Blanch Wednesday 5th Mar 2003, 7:54am
Hi everybody from sunny Australia, my Aunty & Uncle live in Elgin so it was great to be able to look at some pictures of your beautiful city, and learn somemore about your heritage and culture! WELL DONE.

Hannah Johnston Tuesday 4th Mar 2003, 9:29am
Elgin is the best place in Moray for a great night out. I enjoy coming here every weekend. The people are friendly and up for a good laugh.

douglas duncan Sunday 2nd Mar 2003, 4:12pm
I can find no mention of Tourism or Accommodation on your site - often one of the first things a visitor looks for. Do you plan to add links to these items? Douglas Duncan Elgin Holiday House Member AGTB & Visitscotland

John Lewis Videlo Saturday 1st Mar 2003, 7:41pm
Greetings from sunny Guernsey! Good luck with the site. It is so good that we can keep in touch with 'home' through the internet.

Les Moir Saturday 1st Mar 2003, 5:48pm
We visited your fair city last year from west coast of Canada and were so impressed that we are planing a return trip. Much to see and do!

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