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Women's Land Army Badge presented to Dorothy MacKenzie (Dornoch)
Women's Land Army Badge presented to Dorothy MacKenzie (Dornoch)

Dorothy Mackenzie was born on June 24th 1914 in Drymen, Stirlingshire. She worked as a buyer in the “Rag Trade” in Glasgow. Dorothy came to Dornoch as a Land Girl after training at the Row Institute in Aberdeen. She thoroughly enjoyed the country life and fell in love with Massey Ferguson tractors and her future husband Allan. Once married she settled in Dornoch and remained there until her death on the eve of her 96th birthday. The photograph shows Dorothy’s son Russell Mackenzie helping his mother during the presentation of her Women's Land Army badge by Flower Thompson
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