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Christina Douglas Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

"I was born on December 22nd 1907, in Argyllshire. I attended the local primary school, then went to Lochgilphead Higher Grade School and finally to Oban High School. I qualified as a physiotherapist and as a student I met my future husband. Shortly after qualifying, I married Robert Hamilton. We had three lovely children, William, Malcolm and my daughter Marion. After my family grew up I went back to physiotherapy and worked in Falkirk Royal Infirmary for ten years after my husband Robert died in 1963. I took great satisfaction tending the disabled patients and my maxim has always been - "laughter is the best therapy.""

 

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