The Round Hole
This natural feature was the 'church' of the local Covenanters before they had a building in which to worship.
The terraces on which the audience stood can just about be seen on the right of the photograph.
COLONEL DENNIS AIRD ORR WILSON - As announced in The Times of 29th November, 1951, Colonel Dennis Aird Orr Wilson, late R.A.M.C., commanding the 29 British Military Hospital in Hanover, was found dead on a railway track near Hanover on 28th November. The son of the late Major-General James Barnett Wilson, late R.A.M.C., retired, C.B., C.M.G., M.D.; he was born 1st October, 1905, and took the M.B., Belfast, in 1929. He took the D.P.H., Wales, in 1927.
Commissioned Lieutenant, R.A.M.C., 30th July, 1929, he was promoted Captain 30th January, 1933, Major 30th July; 1939, Lieut.-Colonel 1st August, 1946, and Colonel 22nd August, 1951.
He was Adjutant, later D.A.D.M.S. 53 (Welch) Division, T.A., 1st June, 1936, to 9th May, 1939.
He served in France from September, 1939, to May, 1940, and in North Africa and in Italy from March, 1943, to February, 1944. Mentioned in despatches.
He was awarded the 1939/45, Africa and Italy Stars, the War Medal and was created Officer Legion of Merit (U.S.A.). J. G. F.