Ross Avenue, Invermay

September 28, 2018 | InvermayStreet & Suburb HistoryStreet Talk

The situation of this street in Invermay, close to Clyde Street, suggests the likelihood of a Scottish origin.

Ross and Cromarty was a former county in North Scotland. Mountainous and sparsely populated, the area is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea.

The Tasmanian town of Ross was named by Governor Macquarie after the birthplace in Scotland of his friend, HM Buchanan of Loch Lomond.

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