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red mail Gallacher, Margaret
I am looking for my mother's mother her name was Elizabeth (Lizzie) GALLACHER(B1906 D1940) daughter of John and Margaret (MCALLISTER)GALLACHER In Duntocher and the Clydebank area. I know that Lizzie worked for the MUNROEFamily and also lived in Paisley
red mail family history
I am interested in any information on a Goldie family in clydebank. My grandfather james (with two other brothers hugh and john) was born there in 1904, his father died young and his widow took her family and emigrated to Australia. My grandfather became a shipwrite and served on the hmas australia.
red mail Brian Pollock
I am trying to locate Brian Pollock born Glasgow in 1950,his father was Archibald Pollock.Brian was in Manchester about 1970-71.
red mail Five daughters of Adam Allan
I am searcing for Evely Haggerty and James Haggerty who used to live in Cherry Crescent. For Margaret Kane who maried Jim Shirley and had a daughter Anne. All lived in Clydebank in the 1940`s to 50`s
red mail Russell. Paterson
My great grandfather John Russell's(DOB 18/3/1862) efigy was burned outside his house on Kilbowie Hill Clydebank.He was a master baker and had a catering business with halls in Whitecrook.Can anyone throw light on the efigy burning episode.He was married to Margaret Paterson
red mail Dickson/Morton/Millar
Trying to contact descendants of Bridget Millar, who was born abt 1882 in Belturbet, Co. Cavan. She was the daughter of William Millar and Catherine Doogan. She first married William Morton and then Albert (Abi) Dickson in Glasgow in July 1916. They lived in Queen Victoria Street, Airdrie until sometime after 1924, when they moved to Clydebank, returning to Airdrie for a time during the blitz, and moving back to Clydebank after the war. Bridget died in Clyde Place in Clydebank in 1953. Hoping some of this sounds familiar, would love to hear from anyone who is researching or is a family member of any of these people. Bridget was my grandfather's sister. Abi had a motor cycle with side car.
DEARY
Seeking any information on (Maiden name) Betty, Margaret or Christine DEARY They all lived at Mount Blow before marriage I would love to contact them to share our family history , they are my cousins. If anyone has any information, please contact me, I would be most grateful, thank you
red mail Adamson/Marshall
researching Henrietta Marshall/Robert B. Adamson 1891 census address 3 stanley terrace clydebank...1935 Henrietta's death record home address 43 McGhee street Clydebank..2 daughters Kate L Adamson and Elizabeth G.T(possibly Gowan Thaw) the daughters possibly had a florist shop on kilbowie road clydebank (grandmothers side family)
red mail Deborah Culbert nee Gouck
I am looking for my mother's side of the family my nana Deborah Culbert nee Gouck lived in Clydebank many years - Faifly Road and later Radnor Street high rise flats
Skene Family
Names: Skene
red mail Bones To N.z.
Janet McGowan BONE was born December 30 1937 in Clydebank came to N.Z. with parents William and Janet (GOLDIE). William's parents were Gavin and Jane (CUNNINGHAM)They were both born Glasgow. Interested in any connections or old friends. Have traced aJane WILSON b about 1825 in Maybole Ayr. She married a Peter THOMSON. Children Isabella,Agnes, James, Peter. The Isabella born June 20 1860 married Joseph CUNNINGHAM 1880 in Glasgow. children Jane, Isabella, Annie, Barbara. This Jane born September14 1881 in Glasgow married Gavin Scott BONE June 03 1904 in Glasgow. His parens were William BONE and Margaret (SCOTT)


 
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