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"Lossiemouth ("Lossie" locally) (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Losaidh) is a town in Moray, [[Scotland]]. Originally the port belonging to [[Elgin]], it became an important and innovative fishing town. Although there has been over a 1,000 years of settlement in the area, the present day town was formed over the past 250 years and consists of four separate communities that eventually merged into one. From 1890 - 1975 it was a police burgh as Lossiemouth and Branderburgh." [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lossiemouth Lossiemouth, Wikipedia]
 
"Lossiemouth ("Lossie" locally) (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Losaidh) is a town in Moray, [[Scotland]]. Originally the port belonging to [[Elgin]], it became an important and innovative fishing town. Although there has been over a 1,000 years of settlement in the area, the present day town was formed over the past 250 years and consists of four separate communities that eventually merged into one. From 1890 - 1975 it was a police burgh as Lossiemouth and Branderburgh." [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lossiemouth Lossiemouth, Wikipedia]
  
 
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Lossiemouth

Workplace of Craig Fullarton, and location of his parents' graves.




"Lossiemouth ("Lossie" locally) (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Losaidh) is a town in Moray, Scotland. Originally the port belonging to Elgin, it became an important and innovative fishing town. Although there has been over a 1,000 years of settlement in the area, the present day town was formed over the past 250 years and consists of four separate communities that eventually merged into one. From 1890 - 1975 it was a police burgh as Lossiemouth and Branderburgh." Lossiemouth, Wikipedia

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