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Fort William Inverness-shire
Fort William, which is in the parish of Killmallie, was previously called Maryburgh and also Gordonsburgh.
 
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red mail Macgillivantic
Any information re the Macgillivantic Clan would be appreciated. So far I have 13 spellings - almost as many as I have people.They are from a fairly small area - Highbridge, Unachan, Kilmallie and Bohuntin. Over time names have changed to MacDonald, MacDonell and Mann among others. Many thanks.
red mail Simon McDonald, Writer
Looking for help to find information on Simon McDonald born about 1800. Profession a writer (this may mean anything from a clerk to a solicitor).He was the spouse of Ann McDonald born about 1801 in Arisaig. Simon does not appear on the 1841 census. According to census their son John was born 1827 in Fort William. He was a Cooper by trade. Can anyone tell me where either Simon or his son John are likely to have been employed or where I might look for information?
red mail McDonald/ Cameron
Fort William, Scotland. Alexander McDonald c1811 married Jane Cameron. Children, Allan 1833, Donald c1835, Ann c1839, John c1842, Adam c1846, David c1850. Allan came to Australia 1852. 1851 Census: Living @ 16 Low Street Fort William. Can any help with info??
red mail McMillan /McIntyre
Am looking for a Tom/Thomas McMillan/McIntyre he was born about 1946/7 in Greenock and was brought up by an aunt & uncle Roddy && Annie McMillan he then moved to fort william at age 16 could anyone help with my search thank you christine
red mail Cameron - McKechnie
My great, great grand parents, Allan Cameron/Mary Cameron (nee McKechnie) were born between 1811 & 1814 in Fort William. Allan was a joiner and took his wife and son, Alexander, to Glasgow looking for work around 1860. Can anyone help with this Family from Fort William before 1811. Thanks, Ian
red mail mc donald
john left his home 1850's for australia, his parents were neal mcdonald and ann mcintyre
red mail Alexander Black, Fort William
Hi, Alexander Black married Catherine Campbell in Fort William around 1832 and had 7 children Thomas Campbell Black born 1837 is my line. He came to Australia around 1864. Can any one help?
red mail Brewing For The Garrison
From Calendar of treasury Books. 95 26/06/1735 Treasury Warrant to Commissioners of Excise Scotland,to stay the proceedings against Lt Gen Wade Governor of Fort William on the cause as below. Prefixing - Wade's petition to the Treasury.The remote situation of the said garrison,the unwholesomeness of the water,the spirits sold by the people of the country and the salt provisions the soldiers are confined to for near half the year,render it necessaryfor their health to provide good and wholesome drink.It is necessary to brew it because of the heavy land carriage.Ever since the Revolution,when there was no duty on malt,all prosecutions for Excise of drink for the garrison have been discontinued upon representations.Prays a similar stay of the prosecution begun against him by the Excise Commissioners. North Britain Book XI p268-9
red mail Evelyn Birkenshaw's Ancestors
I am looking for the ancestors of my mother. I was told that her parents came from Fort William and Fort Augustus in Scotland. None survive to this date. I have conducted searches using online searches but not data was found for this surname.


 
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