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I am looking for further information on Margaret Wedderburn born 1772 at Inchture, Perthshire. She married George Nicol at Meigle in 1798. They had issue between 1799 and 1821 - John Wedderburn, George, Maria Wedderburn, George Wedderburn, David, Ogilvie, James Wedderburn, Peter, Henry H and Johanna Hope.
red mail Prain Kirkaldy
My mothers GGGGrandfather was Thomas Prain who married Betty Kirkaldy. Mum just obtained a copy of a marriage certificate dated 26 March 1857 with their names on it. She has further information regarding the Prain's and would love to share. Please contact me as mum is still mastering the PC. Thanks.
red mail Prain/Kirkaldy/Braid
My GGGrandfather was James Braid, the husband of Mary Prain. They were married Feb 1, 1856 at the Parish of Inchture. Mary Prain was a daughter of Thomas Prain and Betty Kirkaldy. I would love to share info. Please contact me.
red mail Anderson / Ferguson
My ggg-grandparents Peter Anderson (b. 1823) and Janet/Jessie Ferguson (b. 1826) married in Liff and Benvie, Forfar in 1849. They were both born in Inchture, Perthshire. They had at least 3 children: Elizabeth bc. 1853 m. James Harper 1877, Jessie b.1861 Brechin, Angus and Peter b.1864 Logie-Pert, Angus. They then moved to live in Kemback Street, Dundee c.1870s.
red mail Prain Kirkaldy
My ggggrandfather's sister, Elizabeth Kirkaldy, married Thomas Prain b c. 1792,Inchture.They married there in 1814 and their 10 children were born in Inchture.
Prain Geneaology
George Prain b abt 1754 m to Agnes Kinmond is my 4xgt grandparents Ann Prain b 1792 m to Alexander Clark is my 3xgt grandparents (both different lines of my family, any Prain info Inchture and surrounding areas , any help would be appreciated

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