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Callander Perthshire
Callander, a village and a parish of SW Perthshire. The village lies 250 feet above sea-level, on the river Teith...It chiefly consists of one long wide street; is built on a regular plan, with good slated hous... more
 
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red mail McDiarmid
Looking to find Duncan McDiarmid who died 28 February 1866. He was a woodcutter (Forrester) We know he was born about 1832 in Killin. His parents were Duncan McDiarmid and Mary Mclaren. He married Janet McFarlane and she had an illegitimate son born after he died. On the son James's birth certificate it stated that Janet was a widow and recorded the date Duncan McDiarmid died. Have been on several sites but cannot find his death. They lived in Luss and finally Callander. Can anyone please help?
red mail Gregor McGregor
I wish to get further information about the parents of my great-great grandfather (Gregor McGregor) who was born illegitimately on 25 Sept.1783 to Donald McGregor of Brig of Turk and Joanna McGregor of Tombea. Also I wish to trace my distant relationship (presumably via Gregor or his "sinning" parents or Gregor's offspring !!), to one Catherine McGregor who was born 1925 in Brig of Turk village.
red mail Margrette Brown/Dowse
Am interested in information on the family of Margrette Brown from Scotland who married William Dowse and moved to Deptford, London. Margrette may have been born between 1829-50, and believe she had 2 sons, William and James.
red mail McIntyre family
Any information about family McIntyre? The one I know about is James McIntyre. Born: Callander, Perthshire c. 1790. 5th son of Donald McIntyre. Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow 1/8/1814. Surgeon in Newcastle upon Tyne c. 1816 to 1837. Published Tract on Splint 1824. Diploma of Royal College of Surgeons (London) 1830. Elected as Surgeon to Newcastle Infirmary 27/10/1831. Died 10 Cecil Street, Strand, London 7/5/1837 (reportedly: He got cold going to London in the Steamer to see his brother, his wife and sister sail for New South Wales — this brought an attack of Jaundice or inflammation of the bowels, of which he died. Two sisters (Miss McIntyre and Miss Mary McIntyre) were living with him at Newcastle when he died).
red mail Alexander Campbell Tombea
Alexander Campbell b 22 Feb 1764 at Tombea, Callander, Perthshire. Writer, poet, and associate of Robert Burns b1759 and Walter Scott b1771. Alexander's father was Duncan Campbell b1732a, his mother was Janet Lamont b1736a. Alexander married Margaret Hamilton 28 Apr 1785 in Edinburgh. I am trying to find out more about their lives and also about their ancestors - can you help pse? After Margaret's death Alexander married Sarah Cargill b1739 on 25 May 1790.
red mail Ferguson/Campbell/Gillespie
Looking for any information about the Ferguson's of Callander. Daniel born 1771 (Parents Daniel and Jean Campbell) married Elizabeth Gillespie in 1813 and moved to Australia. Any further information about any of these families would be great, Thanks!
red mail Re Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Callander Perths NB : 1891 Population : 2,279 parish - Has a reading room and a library.


 
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