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red mail Paterson/Patterson DNA
We have Paterson/Patterson DNA that matches in and around Loch Fyne where the Henderson, Logan, Chisholm, McDonald families lived to name a few. Our Pat(t)ersons left Scotland and went to Ulster sometime in the very early 1700s. We are trying to find a living Paterson male to test dna. We are looking for our genetic homeland. Does anyone know anything about these Patersons?
red mail MacKay Blacksmith of Dalkeith
My 4x Grt Grnd father - Francis MacKay - was the blacksmith in dalkeith from about 1826 onwards. Born in lanark abt 1802 and died in dalkeith between 1861 and 1871. Married a Margaret Ross but don't know where. Any info would be helpful as I'm stuck at his and Margaret's details and would like to go back further to their parents if possible. many thanks
red mail Ormiston Name
Has anyone any information on Ormistons in the Dalkeith or Newbattle area?
red mail Smith of Dalkeith c.1811
Interested in a James Smith born Dalkeith 1811-1818, mother Agnes, brother Thomas and sister Margaret. James was a soldier with the Scots Greys for 5 years prior to 1845 when he was court martialled.
red mail Dalkeith High School 1959-1960
My name was McKinlay I was born in Woodburn Dalkeith in 1947 my family migrated to Australia in 1961, I would be so happy to find any school friends, I attended the Dalkeith High School in 1959-1960, or anyone who may remember my family.
red mail Pte john Stewart died ww1 in Iraq
I am looking for information on john stewart who died and was buried in Iraq. my grandmother name is Ester Byers Stewart and her married name is Anderson and she was born 23/05/1906 and she is his daughter.His name appears to be on the war memorial in dalkeith I am trying to link him to his daughter so I can find his grave in Iraq can anyone help me.
red mail Donaldson family
I am researching the Donaldson family between 1769 and 1910. John Donaldson born 1769 at St.Cuthberts. Patrick Riddle Donaldson was John's grandson who migrated to Australia in the 1850s.
red mail Milligan, Alexander
Looking for any info on Alexander Milligan who married Margaret Carloe in Dalkeith,1809. Their son Alexander b: 1835 came to Australia and married Honoriah Mahoney in 1857. I cant find anything on Alexander's parents side or Margaret Carloe's father (Vernon) side. Greatly appreciate any help.
red mail Dickson search
Searching for any information on the marriage of William Dickson and Janet Hyslop which took place at St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh. Have a death of a William Dickson of #4 East Broughton Place, Dalkeith. I am wondering if this is the same. They also had one son named Andrew born 1828 married Mary Bertram, possibly other children, I have not been able to find. Also, would there be any relations of that Dickson family still in Edinburgh? Appreciate any information that anyone can advise me on the above.
red mail Harriet Jack
Harriet Jack Daughter of John Jack was married to Georg Houston Stewart and later in life married Robert Sommerville, of whom I am a decendant. I would love to know of any of the other many children born to Harriet or any thing else about her.
red mail Surname Dyer
Looking for any family of my ancestors, My GG grandfather William Wilson or Wilson William was born in Edinburgh in 1806, his brothers & sister were Robert,James & Mary. He left Scotland around 1835 0r 36 for the USA. he setteled in upstate New York, and had 12 children. I think his brother James worked for the Kirk on Glebe Street in Dalkeith . I was just wondering if anyone of my Dyer family still live in the area ? and if they would have any info. on the Dyer family History ? Hope to make it there some day.
red mail alexander lawson grocer dalkeith
Looking for entries in trade directories for the period 1871 - 1901 describing Lawsons Grocers shop in Dalkeith, The family lived at Orchard Vale, The Glebe (now Glebe Street) until Alexander's death in 1893. Any information regarding this family would be useful. Alexander left a substantial business behind probably inherited by his nephew William Lawson b. 1864 in Liverpool. Old photographs may possibly show the shop which may have been located on the high Street at the junction of what was once Wilsons Close, now gone.
red mail Sharp Family
I am looking for information on James Sharp born c1805 m. Isabella Ludden c1810. Dalkeith/Edinbugh area. Son Andrew c1830 m. Jane Spears c1834.
red mail Falconer - Cabinet making business
Anyone know anything about the Falconer family who ran a cabinet maker business at some time early in the 20th century? My great grandmother married into the family around the turn of the century and had a daughter called Eva. I believe that she married a policeman who was murdered in Edinburgh, but that bit could be just a family story.
red mail In search of Skirving or Dickie - Dalkeith
John Ramsay (Master Mariner?)(Ramsey) B: 1810? Northumberland M: Jane (Jean) Jobson B: 1814? Northumberland Son: Henry George Ramsay B: 1835/6 Christened 1836 at Saint Nicholas Church Newcastle upon Tyne 10/1/1836. 1841/1851 Census has Jane Jobson Spirit Dealer & Publican + son Henry George Ramsay living at High St Dalkeith. Jane dies 1855 - Henry marries Elizabeth Skirving F: John Skirving M: Violet Dickie at Dalkeith Free Presbyterian Church 17/12/1855 and sails for Sydney 1859/60 Henry had 3 wives and 17 children. Councillor Botany Council, Died 1917 at Randwick NSW
red mail Tillie, Dodds, Woolley, Armstrong, Calder, Lockhart, Dawson, Smith
I am researching the Dalkeith families of John Tillie & Mary Dodds, Charles Woolley & Margaret Donaldson, George Armstrong & Mary Ann Woolley, John Lockhart & Jean Tillie, George Dawson & Isabella Tillie
red mail ALEXANDER HARDIE DALGLEISH
I am searching for information about the cork cutting firms of James Dalgleish 1783-1857. There was an inheritance dispute resulting in the division of the business into William Dalgleish & sons and Alexander Dalgleish & sons. In 1861 William's share was in 113 High St Dalkeith.
red mail loughlin
james loughlin married jane walkingshaw. in dalkeith in 1861 census. james from leitrim born abt 1821. anyone help
red mail Lockhart search
I have managed to trace back to 1771 for the Lockhart family in Midlothian specifically Dalkeith and surrounding area. Looking for more information and willing to share.
Gibson family
Looking for any information at all on a Gibson family in Dalkeith. Robert b about 1720 m Helen Rutherfoord Alexander b about 1750 m Isobel Cockburn Robert b. 1774 m Margaret Murdoch
red mail ROBERTSON, ROBISON, RESTOUN, URQUHART
Looking for more information about the ROBERTSON family of Dalkeith. George ROBERTSON (aka ROBISON) married Ann RESTOUN - circa 1730, exact date unknown - and they had at least four children. One of these children, Mary ROBERTSON, born 2 Nov 1739, Dalkeith, went on to marry William URQUHART (again, date unknown, but circa 1769); Mary ROBERTSON and William URQUHART were my 6G Grandparents.
red mail howatson
looking for imfor on james Howatson married to elizabeth Sime, son Samuel m: Lydia prescot they are my g granpatents moved to london in 1864
red mail Howatson family.Dalkeith
I am trying to find any of Howatson family in Dalkeith,also if I am related to James Howatson who was exported to the colonies he was a Covenanter in the 1600's.I am interested in any ofthe family my grandfather was Samuel Howatson who married Lydia Prescot.
red mail URQUHART family of Dalkeith
I have a William URQUHART and Mary ROBERTSON who had a number of children at Dalkeith, Midlothian in the 1700's as follows: 1. William URQUHART, 1763. 2. John URQUHART, 1766. 3. Anne URQUHART, 1767. 4. Alexander URQUHART, 1770. 5. Thomas URQUHART, 1773. Alexander URQUHART, born 1770, Dalkeith, was a Cork Cutter, and he married Margaret KER or KERR in 1788 at South Leith, Midlothian - though they later lived at Dundee. Does anyone have connections to any of the above? I'm always happy to share info. I'm especially trying to find earlier information about William URQUHART and Mary ROBERTSON.
red mail Armstrong family in Dalkeith
My interest is in Adam Armstrong and Margaret Thomson from the Dalkeith or Cockpen areas of Midlothian. They married before 1830. Adam was the son of Agnes Scott (father not mentioned on death cert), born about 1800 in Dalkeith. Margaret Thomson was the daughter of Alexander Thomson and Margaret Anderson who married in Cockpen in 1792. Adam & Margaret Armstrong had their children, Margaret, Agnes, Adam, Janet, Christina, David, Isabella, Ellen and Alexander in Newbattle but after 1851 they moved to the parish of Ballingry where James died in a mine collapse. I would love to hear from anyone who is interested in this family and would like to share information on the Armstrongs....Heather
red mail HORSBURGH/CHISHOLM
I am searching for info on John Horsburgh born 1788 who married Anne Chisholm b. 1789. They both died in Colinton
red mail Dawsons of Delkeith, Scotland
I am researching my 4th great grandfather Andrew Dawson b. 1817 in Delkeith. He died Sept. 1871 in Delkeith. His father was Andrew Dawson married to Grace Scott in April 1813. Her parents were Ebnezer and Mary Scott. Andrew had four brothers: James b. 1818, Ebnezer b. 1819, Alexander b. 1821, and Abraham b. 1823. Andrew came to America in 1843. He married Hosette Garreau in the Dakota Territory. He had sons James and Thomas and sent them to Scotland for their education. He had a daughter Josie who was not educated. He then retired to Scotland in 1864 and died in Delkeith in 1871. I would like to correspond with anyone having any information on this family.
red mail Robertson,Thomson
I am trying to locate anyone knowing or related to either Thomas Robertson born app.1920 who married Mary Falconer Thomson in 1941. Prior to her marriage Mary worked in a pharmacy in Dalkeith where she & her mother (her father went to war & ended up in Australia in Bathurst) I believe. Mary & "Tuck" had one child Tom Robertson born September 1942. Marys mother brought the son up whilst she & her husband lived in Sabah, Malaysia.(prior to this he was a motor engineer Fitter Royal Air Force,UK) They later returned to the UK where they lived before settling in Australia in the 60's. Both have passed away & I am finding it so difficult to begin a trace. I was a daughter in law & my son & I are just starting a family tree & ANY info would be greatly appreciated. Cheers & Thanks for your time.
red mail James Campbell -Ann Stevenson
My gg grandparents lived here from their marriage in 1838 In 1871 census they are in Lasswade with their daughters Margaret and Ann and son William my g grandfather who married Janet Wilson King in 1882 at Liberton Looking for more info. on Margaret who was born c 1850 in Dalkeith
red mail CHISHOLM
Iam tracing the family of Thomas and Catherine Chisholm married early 1800's in Scotland, 6 children, Kenneth, Mary, David Duncan, Janet, twins Farquhar and Alexander born 1816 in Dalkeith.I only have information on David who was deported to Tasmania, Australia, from whom I am descended.
red mail Dods Dalkeith
I would love to make contact with descendants of Thomas Dods & Matilda Telfer. Thomas was a Corn Merchants & Auctioneer. They had 6 children.I have found information on most family members through the 1841-1901 census but I would like to findsome living relatives. Thomas Dods was a brother to my husbands 2nd Great Grandfather.
red mail Family History
My grandfather William Smith kept a small tobacconist shop in Dalkeith c. 1920-1930. He also worked as a postman for that area and in a paper mill. Would like to hear from anyone having knowledge or an interest in Dalkeith for that period and from anyone interested in the surnames: Lockhart,Tillie (y),Dodds,Jack, McQuarrie,Dawson.


 
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