The bressay heritage centre is by the ferry dock and has an exhibition on bressay life and history, as well as information about the mysterious bronze age mound. The bressay heritage centre houses an extensive archive of material relating to the island's history through photographs, maps, geneaology, etc annual summer exhibitions provide visitors with the opportunity to dip into many aspects of bressay's past. 20,821 it consists of about 100 islands, 29 of which are inhabited -mainland, yell , unst, fetlar, whalsay, and bressay being the largest mainland, comprising more than half the see that parish's page (where available) copies of many parish registers may be consulted around the world in lds family history centres. Bressay's fortunes are very much on the up with the transformation of the former primary school into a community hub and the speldiburn cafe, officially open. It is operated by the bressay history group which uses the centre as a gathering place for discussions on the history of this rugged region of scotland in 1799 gardie house passed from the henderson family, who had owned the property from the 17th century, to elizabeth nicholson and her husband thomas mouat of.
Village by village genealogy, family and local history enquiries for shetland isles with nearby village bmd, children needing a miracle -a history buff who loves their island as i believe only about 20 people now live there 1764 in setter he was married to mally hunter from bressay they were married 24th oct 1792. Bressay and the neighbouring island of noss are fantastic places to see a variety of bird life. Genealogy for reverend, doctor zachary macaulay hamilton (1805 - 1876) family tree on geni, with over 175 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives build your family tree online share photos and videos smart matching™ technology free get started island of bressay, shetland, scotland.
About this font family bressay is a scotch roman design that captures the elegance and sobriety of a style most popular in the 19th century, but which meets the demands of modern print and digital technologies scotch romans are characterized by their vertical stress, high contrast, ball terminals, and. Bressay & noss noss noss, a small island off the east coast of bressay, is a national nature reserve with over 100,000 pairs of breeding seabirds exhibitions on the culture, history and natural heritage of the island the centre is open part-time from may to september (details from visitshetland) north bressay. “in many remote areas, such as bressay, the scottish fire and rescue service acknowledges the important role played by its retained firefighters and its responsibility to help balance crews' home, family and social lives with that of their day job and commitment to their fire and rescue role “in the run up to.
Gardie house is an 18th-century estate house on bressay in shetland, scotland located opposite lerwick, across the bressay sound, gardie is described by historic scotland as an example of the smaller scottish country house, unique in shetland the house is protected as a category a listed building, and the grounds. Bressay lighthouse bressay in the shetland islands is 4 kilometres (25 miles) south-east of lerwick at 11 square miles (28 km2), bressay is the fifth largest island in shetland the population is around 360 people, concentrated in the middle of the west coast, around glebe, fullaburn and maryfield the graphic on the right. Date created:wed 05/08/2009 description local history group researching and displaying the history of our own area in bressay heritage centre updated august 2016.
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Zoom bressay lighthouse passing the 'bressa light' is the start and finishing post for any journey to or from shetland by sea, and is a welcome landmark for locals and visitors alike the nineteenth century lighthouse provides a tranquil and peaceful retreat with open views across the sea perfect for a family holiday,. Local history groups and assistance and guidance from the archaeologists at shetland amenity trust any new but in the summer of 2001 members of bressay history group set to with a will and after many enjoyable shetlanders evading the press gang but against that are tales of hardship where family breadwinners. Shelter for the family, the name bressay supporting this 11 the developer has consulted with iwi representatives and the kāpiti historical society, regarding the suggested name all have agreed that it would be suitable, having a historical and meaningful family link 12 the developer has submitted just.