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red mail Burial for Janet Gilcrest Laidlaw
Looking for SKS who might be able to check a burial in the cemetery for Janet Gilcrest Laidlaw (b. about 1813 died betweeen 1846 and 1851) married to Robert Laidlaw in 1839 in Bothwell. All children born in Bothwell, so I'm thinking she should be buried there, but can't find anything. Much thanks, Cathy, USA
red mail Braidwood/bradwood/Broadwood
Jane Braidwood Born in Bothwell in 1824 or 1826, married John Duncan in Dec. 1850. Seeking info on ancestors of either of these persons.
red mail Carr Patrick
Searching for any info on Patrick Carr b 1854 or 1858 or in between married Sarah MacGlaughlin (poss spelling diff) 1874 in Neilston . They had several kids Peter b1877 , Patrick b 1880, Thomas b 1886, Ellen b 1884 , Katherine b 1882, Hugh b 1888? Maybe John b? the 3 youngest born West Calder and Edinburgh the elder all born Bothwell Lanarkshire. Poss lived in Thornwood they all seemed to be miners.
red mail Alexander Pollock and Margaret Donaldson
I'd love to hear from any descendants of Alexander Pollock and Margaret Donaldson who were married in Bothwell 1862. Their son John (b Bothwell 1866) was my great grandfather. He in turn married Mary Penman Kerr (1866 - 1937) in Old Monklands. Alex and Margaret's other children were George Donaldson, Peter Gordon (who went to Canada?)William, James were all born in Bothwell. Alexander was born in Old Kilpatrick, Dumbarton.
red mail Help find Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor born 1855 and married Maggie Carruthers 1875 Airdrie. Then immigrated to WHERE!!Can someone please help.
red mail Brown / Mackie family
Searching for information on Henry Brown and Margaret Mackie who had a daughter and three sons- David (b.1804), James (b.1810), and John (b.1811) born in Bothwell. David married Agnes Wilson on 13.01.1828 in Coatbridge.
red mail Searching for info on the children of Wm. & Mary McBride Lilly
I am searching for info on the children of Wm & Mary McBride Lilly. I do know that Wm & Mary along with some of their children came to the US. around the early 1900's. I believe 2 or 3 children stayed behind in the Bellshill/Bothwell area of Scotland. Their names were Janet Lilly Givens,William Lilly and John Lilly. I was hoping to find some living relatives that I may correspond with. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I'm trying to find any information on the SEGRIFF/SEAGRAVE family with roots in Bothwell, Hamilton Lanark. Its for my family tree any information would be greatly appreciated. I think Michael Segriff was a farmer from Hamilton in 1850's
red mail finn/phin family
does anybody know of a john finn/phin born in bothwell in 1855 had a brother patrick born in 1856 parents were john finn/phin and sarah haggan.
red mail Diamond Family
Researching Diamonds of Bothwell, Bellshill and Shawhead. Seeking the location of Holm-Bridge (Possibly a house)
red mail SHAW / MASON
I would appreciate any help with the family of James SHAW born c1817 ENG; married Elizabeth MASON 1849 Bothwell LKS SCT. Children: Elizabeth b1855 d1856 Bothwell; Elizabeth b1856 Bothwell; John b1859 Dalziel; James b1862 Bothwell; Rachel b1864 Bothwell. Elizabeth (1856) emigrated to Queensland, Australia c1883 married William Charles POLMEER; five children b1884-91. At some stage James SHAW (b1862) who may have been a Bank Manager, was living at Shenstone, 40 Sign Hills Avenue, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire ENG.
red mail john johnstone of bothwell circa 1780
I am searching for John Johnstone who was born circa 1771 and married to Mary robertson, he was a farmer. Know that at some time he lived at Legbrannock, bothwell.
red mail Hogg ,Muir
I would be very pleased to hear from anyone regarding Robert Hogg born Bothwell 1829 married Margaret Muir also born Bothwell in 1833. They married in Bothwell in 1854. Regards Ramon
red mail Scottish Poetess
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Joanna Baillie was born at Bothwell, Lanarkshire 11th September 1762 and died at Hampstead 23rd February 1851. A Scotch dramatist and poet. She wrote - 'Plays on the Passions' 1802-36, in which she delineatesthe principle passions of the mind, each passion being made the subject of a tragedy and a comedy. She was also the author of the poems - 'Lines to Agnes Baillie on her Birthday' - 'The Kitten' and 'To a Child'
red mail My Maternal Greatgrandmother
Isabella Drummond born 1849 in Bothwell to James Drummond and Christina Unknown. Her family's residence in the 1851 census is given as Carlisle Road, Bothwell.

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