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red mail Reids of Greystone
I am looking for information on James I Reid born 1775 around Alford in Scotland and his family. James married Helen Emsile and had 7 children
red mail Bruce
Looking for any info on my father's grandparents David (abt 1857) and Elizabeth (Mollison) Bruce (abt 1863) who lived at Cairncoullie, Glenkindie, Alford in 1943. My father was a Canadian soldier who used this address as a next of kin contact for his wife, who along with her mother and brother, lived with the Bruces for a short while after being evacuated from London during WW2. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail Jonathan McDonald
I am trying to find birth of my Gt.Grandfather Jonathan McDonald His mother was a Margaret Anderson. He claims to be born in Tullynessle, but I can find nothing. He may have been illegitimate. He married Isobel Thom in Grange on 17 June 1854.
red mail Family history pre 1950
red mail Horn family
Any information please on the Horn family of Alford "on the banks of the Don" in the nineteenth century?
red mail Reid family
Am researching the REID family from Alford / Tullynessle and Forbes 1700s to mid 1800s, then Aberdeen. Robert REID married Janet LESLIE about 1785 at Forbes and they lived at 'Bithnie' on the Don River. Children: Margaret (1786), George (1787 - married Margaret CLARK 1822), Benjamin (1791 - married Margaret Milne 1832) and Lilias (1793 - married Cawfield WADE in 1837. Robert Reid possibly born Alford / Bridge of Alford. All enquiries welcome!
red mail Re Library
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Alford,Aberd Sc : 1891 Population : 1,402 - Has a good library.formed after opening of Vale of Alford Railway in 1859 ?


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