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Jean Ronald

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Jean Ronald
A portrait of Jane Ronald, proprietress of the Lemon Tree Hotel on Huxter Row. Aberdeen City Libraries were given a photograph of this portrait in 1964 and it has been affixed to our copy of The "Lemon Tree" Hostess and Aberdeen Tavern Lore by Robert Murdoch Lawrance. The original was then in the USA.

Jean Ronald (née Wagrell) successfully ran the Lemon Tree for many years. She died aged 86 on 31st October 1865 at 1 Mount Street. Her husband George, a vintner, had died 11th April 1819, aged 56, and is buried in St. Nicholas Churchyard.

Huxter's Row was eventually demolished to make way for the new Town House. At the time of demolition the Lemon Tree was occupied by Mrs. Peter Machray. The tavern's name was transferred to a house in St. Nicholas Street.
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Jean Ronald