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red mail Looking for Donald McAlpine b. 1828
My great grandfather, Donald McAlpine, was born in 1828 in Kilmartin, Argyllshire. The 1891 census lists him as living in Kilmonivaig, in Achluachrach Farm House. So far I haven't been able to locate any records of his death. His wife was Margaret Cowan, born in Balfron, Stirlingshire on 18 April 1832. Any suggestions where I might look to find death records? I've searched other sites, plus cemetery sites, but so far to no avail. Thanks for any help I can get.
red mail Donald Cameron Blacksmith
Looking for pre- 1871 info on Donald Cameron born Scotland 1818 - 1822. Moved to London before 1858. No record in 1841 Scotland census. In 1861 lived Paddington, employed as Hammerman (Blacksmith) with GWR. Married to Mary Kerr (MARRIED 1858 in Paddington) , born 1821-26 in Scotland, working as a laundress. Children Mary (born 1857), Robert (born 1860) and Alexander (born 1864) + Paulina (born 1874) a scholar. Donald died (aged 69) in 1888 - death registered Chelsea Q1 1888.
Archibald and Mary Sinclair - Kilmonivaig
I am researching the family of Archibald Sinclair born in Inverness, Scotland around the early 1800s. He married Mary Campbell in Lochabar, Kilmonivaig on 02/06/1824. Their children were Ewen (1824) John (1826) Catherine (1830) Ann (1831) Angus (1832) Sarah (1835) and Alexander (1939). Archibald and Mary emigrated to Australia in 1853 with John, Catherine and Alexander. Their mother's death certificate states that Ann, Angus and Sarah were deceased by 1885. I have been unable to trace Ewen. Our family is decended from John and I would love to find out more about the early years. Lynette
James Grant
Seeking info on James Grant born circa 1780 married Flora Macdonald his daughter Christina married Thomas Muir and emigrated to Australia in 1854 aboard the William Miles
red mail Donald McPherson
My great grandfather - Donald McPherson was born in Kilmonivaig in (I believe)1835. I have found details of his wife, Jane Richmond her parents and siblings and I think I have most of his children's names, but any further information about Donald eludes me. I think he was a gamekeeper. The family was Roman Catholic. It would be good to know who his parents were, or if he had any siblings. The family seems to have lived around the Boleskine/Abertarff area. Any information would be most welcome and much appreciated. Ann
red mail Donald McDonald & Margaret Ross
Both Donald & Margaret were from Kilmonivaig and were married there in 1845. They had 12 children one who emigrated to Tasmania, Australia. Donald was an Inn Keeper and Farmer at different places but died at Glenfintaig, and was buried at Kilmonivaig in 1898. Buried with him were his wife, daughter Elizabeth, Father Donald & Mother Elizabeth, son Seymour.
red mail CHISHOLM
Any info on DONALD CHISHOLM (shepherd) and family around 1853-1863.
Campbell/Cameron
Peter Campbell born abt 1807 Kilmonivaig to Archibald and Catherine Campbell nee McMillan married 7 January 1839 Sydney,Australia to Christian Cameron any information on either Peter or Christian appreciated.
red mail mcmaster, mcdonald
family tree research
red mail CAMERON
JOHN CAMERON, (BORN 1808) -MARRIED CATHERINE KENNEDY,(BORN 1807) IN 1847. THEY HAD SEVEN CHILDREN I KNOW OFF. THEY MIGRATED TO AUSTRALIA IN 1853. AM TRYING TRACE BACK PRIOR TO THEIR ARRIVAL IN AUSTRALIA. AS FAR AS I CAN GATHER THEY WHERE BOTH BORN INKILMONIVAIG, INVERNESSSHIRE AND MARRIED THERE.


 
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