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Paterson’s wife Jenny with their twin sons Hamish and Hector. Hamish became an architect and Hector, a painter in his own right, followed his father into the photography business.


interesting.” It also offered “to make arrangements with prominent citizens who would like to take advantage of Mr Andrew Paterson’s presence in Glasgow, to secure a portrait by his always individual hand.” Paterson married Jean MacKenzie MacLennan in the


Station Hotel, Inverness, in March 1901 and they had three children, a daughter Constance and twin boys Hector and Hamish. Paterson outlived his wife by six months and died on


the afternoon of 15th December 1948, aged 72 years, at his home Tigh-an-Uillt in Culduthel Road. Andrew Paterson’s death notice in The Times (Friday,


17th December 1948) noted that the funeral was held at 12 noon that day (the 17th) with interment at Ardersier. The stone reads:


“In ever loving memory of our beloved father


Andrew Paterson, photographer, who died at Tigh- an-Uillt, Inverness, on 15th December 1948, aged 71, and our beloved mother Jean MacLennan, who died at Tigh-an-Uillt, on 9th July 1948, aged 69.”


Newspaper cutting reporting Paterson’s death in December 1948. 8


ANDREW CHALMERS


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