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red mail William & Mary Ross-Coupar Angus, Scotland
Searching for family of William and Mary Ross who lived on a farm in Coupar Angus, Scotland. They discovered the first Scottish Fold named Suzie around the late 1950's/early 1960's. I have been breeding Scottish Folds for 10 years. I plan to visit Scotland in the next 5 years. I am hoping to see the farm/area in Coupar Angus, where William and Mary lived. I was hoping to contact any family members that are still living there. Any information would be extremely helpful!
red mail Hodge in Perthshire
Looking for information on Jane Hodge, daughter of James and Margaret Hodge (nee: McGregor) born 1854 in Coupar Angus. Also her children, David Hodge 1871 and daughter Christina Hodge 1875. Looking for date of marriage and date and place of death. Siblings are Christina, Anne, Eliza, Margaret, James, William, John, Agnes. David Hodge may be my great-great grandfather.
red mail Prophet
Looking for prophets in the angus co. scotland area. Thomas Prophet, Silvester Prophet, around early 1700's.
red mail Ross , George, Janet, Harry, Frank, Alice
Looking for information on George Ross and family who lived in Dundee then Coupar Angus in the late 1800s and 1900s till 1950s. George was a master Joiner and provost and died sometime between 1903-1924. Janet(nee Gray) died 1924. Alice was living in CA till 1952. Harry married Isabella Clelland.The family lived in Union St, then Queen st and then at Cothall in Dundee rd. Any information on this family would be great.
red mail proudfoot, coupar angus pershire
looking for ancesters of Sylvester Proudfoot who was captured in 1715 in Preston and shipped to America in 1716. Was born 1698 in Perthshire. Would like help in finding his parents names and birthdates.
red mail SMALL, MANN
Seeking info/descendents of George SMALL (c1805-1891) and Mary M MANN (c1808-1892) both born Coupar Angus. Known children George, James, William, Mary, Jean, Alexander and Andrew born between 1836 and 1854 all in Coupar Angus.
red mail Reid, Miller or Millar
James Reid b.about 1830 in Coupar Angus, married Isabella Miller, or Millar b. about 1833, in Monikie. They married in Dundee 1856. His father was William Reid, and mother Elizabeth Ogilvy or Ogilvie b.1794 in Kerriemuir. They married in 1827 in Meigle, and were both weavers. Any info, or connection much appreciated. James & Isabella's son, also James, Kettins 1867, is my great-grandfather.(a police constable in South Lanarkshire)
red mail Miller - Millar - Coupar Angus
Looking for information on James Miller, born around 19 May 1793, Coupar Angus, 8 years in British Army, fought at Waterloo, married Agnes Will, 6 Oct 1821, emigrated to USA via Canada 1826
red mail Miller -Coupar Angus
Looking for information on David Millar, born around 1730 in Dundee(?), moved to Coupar Angus, married Isobel Adam 9 June 1789. Children: William, Jean, James,Agnes, Catharine, Christian,and John
red mail Adams From Coupar, angus, scotland
Looking for info on William Adams{baker}from Coupar,Angus b.abt.1834 married Honora Greig from Clare, Ennis, Ireland B.1836. Children- Joseph-1865(Clare, Ireland), Ellen-1867(Scotland), Thomas-1869(Rattray,Perth, Sct).,Allan-1872(Rattray, Perth,Sct).Any info will help!
red mail Harper and Anderson - Dundee, Birse, Kincardine
James Harper born in Arbuthnott, son of William Harper born in Birse, married Elizabeth Anderson born in Dundee, the daughter of Peter Anderson and Janet/Jessie Ferguson from Inchture, Perth, in July 1877 in Dundee. Their daughter Jessie Harper was born in Coupar Angus in 1878. The family then moved to Jersey via Dorking, Surrey, arriving in St. Helier in about 1887. I'm looking for other descendants of the Harper and Anderson families in Scotland.

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