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red mail MELDRUM
I have a Thomas Meldrum m.Marion Neilson or Nelson abt 1805 only known son William b. 1808 and left Aberdeenshire for Newfoundland. Any assistance would be appreciated Bernie
red mail searching for Duncans
I am searching for George Duncan father of William Duncan born in Aberdeenshire, in November 1815 baptised 26th Nopvember, 1815 in Insch, Aberdeen, Scotland, died 09th August, 1874. Also searchng for George Duncan's ancestors.
red mail Tough
My maternal Grandfather was James Tough, born 17 Sep 1872 in Insch, Aberdeenshire, to Margaret Coutts and James Tough. He was illegitimate. I have traced the Coutts conncection, but having no success whatever with James Tough snr. Hewas a crofter, so assume in Insch area. Any help gratefully received.
red mail Robert McQueen
I am looking for information about Robert McQueen born at Insch about 1803, married Janet Milroy on June 3, 1823 in Port Patrick. Their son, Andrew McDowell Queen, born in Port Patrick on Oct.28, 1831, married Mercy Stuart in Ontario, Canada, died June 13, 1899 in Essex, Essex County, Ontario, Canada. Andrew was my 3rd great-grandfather.
red mail Mortimer Family
I am for any has connection with the Mortimer family who lived in Upper Boddam Insch
red mail Meldrum
I am looking for anyone who had any connection with the Meldrum family lived in Upper Boddam
red mail kinnaird,geekie
marjorie donald was the mother....brothers grant,peter
red mail Mary ROBB
Mary ROBB married Alexander WHYTE in Scotston, Insch, in 1888. Looking for information on the parents of Mary, i.e. James ROBB and Mary Ann/Marion STEELE.
If you have any connection with the Beattie Families mentioned in the above localities, I would be pleased to hear from you. John

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