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McLENNAN & MARTIN familes of PITLOCHRY
Looking for any genealogy information for my McLENNAN and MARTIN families of PITLOCHRY in the 1800s and back. My McLennan grt gr'father, Angus, was a master shoemaker & my Martin grt gr'father, William, owned a grocery store. Carol, Canada
red mail DORMAN/HILLS
I am looking for information on my great granmother Laura Elizabeth, family. Her maiden name was Dorman and she marrried Fred Hills in 1921. She was originally from Warehorne, Kent but lived most of her married live in Ashford, Kent.
red mail RICHARD WOOLLEY
I am looking for information for my fater, who is keen to contact his cousin, RICHARD WOOLLEY(WOOLEY). Richard lived as a boy in Warehorne, Kent and had a sister, Geraldine. His father was Tom and mother was Winnie. We believe he went to Pitlochry in Scotland and ran a lawn mower serving company.
red mail Gordon
My grandfather Alexander Gordon was born 3rd Nov. 1886 in Pitlochry - son of Alexander Gordon and Christina Dewar/Kennedy. He married Kate Penny and lived in Dalguise
MARTIN
HELEN ETHEL MARTIN - Born PITLOCHRY circa 1889 to William Martin and wife. One brother - Willie. Lived at 164 Atholl Rd. Married John Robert McLennan and moved to Canada. Any info on her family in Scotland appreciated. Carol, Canada
McLENNAN
John Robert McLENNAN - DOB OCT 4, 1889 - Parish of Moulin, county of Virk. Father's name ANGUS, mother's name MARGARET(nee McLEAN). Angus and Margaret married on Aug 10, 1883. Any other info much appreciated. Carol, Canada


 
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