Isobel just collected together many different things, some as symbols, others of great sentimental value. She shares memories of childhood and people who have been influential in her life. Things she can remember, and things she can’t! together with moments of sadness and joy.
Memory Box - Isobel Milne
“…when I came back I tried to minimalise a bit… all he ever wanted was to die and be with Grannie…. It was only ever worn on a Sunday… A lot of people up here went away down to London to work… he didn’t speak a lot about the war… Tony would play his accordion and we would all sing our carols…it took me a wee while to settle down in Kirkmichael and I’ve had to do it twice…”
This page was added by liz crichton liz crichton on 09/01/2019.
- From Grandpapa letter 2 to William Keir 9th April 1859
- Grandpapa’s letter 3 to William at Cambridge University 3rd May 1859
- Grandpapa’s letter 4 to William at Cambridge University 6th June 1859
- Grandpapa’s letter 5 to William at Cambridge University 11th November 1859
- Grandpapa’s letter 6 to William at Cambridge University 7th March 1860