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red mail Wallace Master Dyers
My Wallace ancestors are several generations of master dyers each with Matthew and James. They moved via Alva (Stirlingshire) to Selkirk in the 1870s. Any connection interests with McLay, Gilmour, Kirkwood, Smith, Paton welcome.
red mail DUNLOP
I am trying to trace my grandmother Jane Dunlop or Hardie she stayed in Paisley in the Ferguslie and seedhill area she also stayed in Lady Lane Paisley any information would be a help.
red mail Tierney
I am searching for information on Agnes Tierney (her maiden name), who was born 1869 Belfast and lived in Paisley. Her parents were Michael and Ellen Tierney (nee Finlay).
red mail Fulton
where do i start to trace my family line in paisley scotland? My father was david smith fulton & my mother is patricia (nee macmillan) fulton.
red mail sellers
Sellers family lived n lanarkshire area in 1840s. they left in 1864 to emigrate to Utah.
red mail Christie, Walter Laurie
Born about 1835 in Paisley or nearby.Can anyone help with info about Walter's family from Paisley. They were Baptists and Walter emigrated to Australia to the goldfields and then New Zealand in mid 1800's, maybe with a relative,serving in the Maori Wars.
red mail Aitken Family
Looking for any information about the Aitken family in the Paisley, Scotland area.
red mail BLACK
I am seeking the ancestry of William Black, said to have been born in Paisley about 1727, although he may have been born earlier or later. His father was identified as a public official with an independent fortune.My William married Elizabeth Stocks of Huddersfield, probably in the 1750's in Huddersfield.
red mail Christopher & Barry Jackson
I am looking for information on Christopher and Barry Jackson both born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, in the early 1940's, father was Hugh Muir Jackson and I think the mother was Maureen, Hugh and Maureen divorced in the early 1950's so she may have re married.
red mail John Thomas Morrison, PAISLEY Scotland
Seeking info re: John Thomas Morrison born 1917, older brother Archibold/Archibald Morrison. Wife Ireene/Irene Morrison, children included Keith Morrison.
red mail Dairy in Paisley?
I am wondering how to find out if there was a dairy in Paisley or Erskine, in the early 1900,s. Apparently my gggrandma ran a dairy after her husband, William Rodger, died (in 1904, Paisley)Jessie died in 1930 in Erskine,also is there a cemetry in Erskine?
red mail McCALLUM or McCALOM in Paisley
Searching for descendants of Peter McCALOM who married Isobel McKINDLEY 6 June 1781 in Paisley, Renfrewshire. I am descended from their son, Archibald McCALLUM who married Margaret McFARLANE in Paisley in 1808. The couple had 7 children and seemed to have moved to Kilbarchen, Renfrewshire.
red mail JOHNSTON,SPENCE
searching for robert Johnston and catherine Spence. Paisley area 1870s 0r1880s. Johnston was a miner, Spence dressmaker, her sister was jane spence thats all I have so far. They moved to brooklyn ny, then newark,nj.by 1890s
red mail john m donnelly
John M. Donnelly born about 1881 in Paisley He married Helen Grier 1907 in Moorfork
red mail ELIZABETH SPROULE
ELIZABETH SPROULE MARRIED A HENRY ROSE( HIS BIRTH NAME WAS WILLIAN ARTHUR ROWE ) BORN 1838 WHITSTABLE KENT UK. AS THE STORY GOES ELIZABETH SPROULE WAS ABOARD AN IMMIGRANT SHIP COMING TO NZ AND WAS JILTED, MET UP WITH HENRY ROSE. ELIZABETH SPROULE SMOKED A LONG PIPE. ELIZABETH DIED IN 1900 AT MILTON OTAGO NZ. ANY MORE INFO ON ELIZABETH SPROULES LIFE IN PAISLEY SCOTLAND AND HER PARENTS WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
red mail John Lindsay
John Lindsay born c.1834.Colour sergeant in the Scots Fusilier Guards.married Mary Ann Watling in 1865 and Elizabeth McDonald in 1874. Children were Sophia J b.1871, John H b. 1874, Charles McDonald b. 1875, Elizabeth b. 1877 and Christina McDonald (my Grandmother) b. 1880. His father may have been James Lindsay a gardener.
red mail Reid, Johnston, Ross, Wilson
Alexander Reid b.abt. 1860, N.Ireland m. Catherine Johnston b. March 18, 1864 Pettigo, Ireland. They married in Paisley in 1883 and had three children that I know of...William Reid, b. 1884, Andrew Reid, b. 1887 and Margaret Ross Reid, b. 1897. Andrew came to Ontario, Canada I think about 1920 and married Helen Kilborn near Toronto, Ontario abt. 1923. Catherine Johnston's parents were William Johnston and Isabella Wilson and Alexander Reid's parents were Andrew Reid and Margaret Ross. I am Andrew Reid's granddaugher. Andrew died in Toronto in 1940. Thanks so much. Annie
Hamilton - Hill - ? - Reid - Miller - Stabrick
William Hamilton (1738 Cathcart, m. 1762 Paisley, d. 1795 Wash. Co., NY) silk weaver; wife Janet Hill (1745 Paisley - d. 1799 Wash. Co., NY) immigrated to Wash. Co., NY in 1773/4 with 3 daus. (Jane 1768, Susan 1773 & Jean 1771). Two sons: William bapt 1763 & James bapt 1765 in Paisley disappeared. Why & Where? Daus. m. Coopers & Sprowls Wash. Co., NY. William's father William (Abt 1705) Cathcart; GrdF John (Abt 1680 Cathcart), wife Mary Reid; GGrdF John (Abt 1650 Cathcart) Desire sharing lineages!
red mail Elizabeth McNaught
Any info on Elizabeth McNaught/McNaughton born Paisley c1843 . Father William McNaught was a gardener aand may have been born in Northern Ireland. Mother was Margaret Mitchell.
red mail Paisley Cowan
Jean Reid Cowan (Lancefield Quay-- destroyed during WWII)had children: William, Jean(married Alex Miller from Shetland Islands), John, Andrew, Lily, Duncan MacDougal, Susan Wilson(married John Smith moved to Austrailia-- had 4 children: Lily, Cis, Stella & John), Andrew(no children-- but wife had children already:Wesley, Isabel and Aida Mills) & Scott. Andrew Cowan writes that his Uncle Will Cowan went to Brisbane Austrailia-- Annie Cowan to Perth Australia(son Cowan Cambell), Jake Cowan-- Paisley. In Troon, his Uncle Dave and Aunt Maggie Harper? rented boats out. Uncle Andrew Reid owned a tailor shop in Irvine. Uncle Robert and Aunt Maggie Harper lived in Paisley, Scotland. Duncan MacDougal Cowan married Janet MacNeil Spence(who was born around 1884 in USA-mom didn't like it here& went back to Scotland- Rutherford Glen. Janet returned to Philadelphia, Pa. USA around age 14)
red mail re William Rodger
I am looking for any info. on my gggrandfather, William,who died in 1904 in Paisley. He was married to Jessie (Janet)Stewart in 1876 in Paisley. They had 5 children, Robert, Marion,Jessie,Jane and Mary. Robert came to Australia in 1913.
red mail Fultons in Paisley/Renfrewshire
ancestor James Fulton, born in Paisley 1820ish to ?Thomas and Helen (Watrick), immigrated to Australia, married in Tasmania 1862, likely illiterate, HELP! we are stuck with this gentleman and would appeciate anything!
Stewart/Love
Australian descendant searching for info on John Stewart m Marg Love 1830s?. One child of theirs - John Love Stewart b 7 Oct 1855 at Paisley at 27 Ferguslie emigrated to Australia and m Mary Jane Steedman 12 Sep 1881 in Australia. John Love Stewart employed as baker in Australia. John Love Stewart left brother William? in Paisley who we think had children Maggie (Marg?), Billy (William?) and Bella (Bella predeceased Maggie). Maggie known to be resident of Glenniffe Aged Care Home in 1948 as she wrote letters to her cousin also Maggie (Stuckley nee Stewart) in Australia who was John Love Stewart's daughter. John Love Stewart won Paisley swimming medal and now a family trinket. John Love Stewart d 4 Aug 1921 and buried Manly West Cemetery Sydney plot 331Z and house he built at Balgowlah near Manly. Have photo of John and Marg (nee Love)Stewart taken at 4 Wardrop St Paisley studio by photographer by surname Cook. Planning visit to UK and would like to meet descendants of William, Bella or Maggie (not seeking accommodation) and visit addresses occupied by John Stewart and/or his son John Love Stewart if can be identified.
red mail Potts - McKay
I am researching the POTTS who lived in Paisley during the late 1800's. David Potts (or perhaps Pottons) came to Scotland from Ireland, married Rebecca Lindsay MCKAY (b.1837), and they raised their many children in Paisley. Their youngest daughter Rebecca (b.1873) sailed to America in 1893. Rebecca L.'s parents are Charles McKAY and Maragaret LINSDAY. If any of these people sound familiar, I would love to share information.
red mail Stewart of Paisley
Looking for any info on James Stewart who married Agnes Ritchie or Richie in Paisley in 1735. Also looking for any info on James' son Allan b. July 1765 who married a Margaret Mitchel, or any descendants of these families.
red mail Raeside-Park of Renfrew area
Looking for any info on Raesides or Parks from the general area, especially James Park & Agnes Reside and son David Raeside Park.
red mail Kirkland family Paisley
I am looking for details of John Kirkland, born 26 June 1827, in Abbey, near Paisley, son of High Kirkland and Ann Kennedy.
red mail Campbell - Elizabeth - Ayr -Renfrew
Searching for any info on Elizabeth Campbell who married John Clark in 1830 Girvan Ayr. I beleive they livedin paisley renfrew aswell.
red mail Clark of Paisley Renfrew
I am searching for info on John Clark's family born in Paisley 1804(he married Elizabeth Campbell), Father was William Clark who married Helen Ritchie in 1803. Johns son was Charles Clark who moved to Ayr and died at Stair. I am willing to exchange any info I have for any you might have.
red mail Campbell and Wright
Looking for any information about John Campbell and Flora Wright married Middle Church Paisley 13 Dec.1807. Children's births registered in Abbey (Parish?) include: James, William, Duncan, Nathaniel. Peter, Daniel, Colin and Flora. At least Peter and Nathaniel immigrated to North America, living mostly in Ontario. Peter was in the Wool Milling business, Nathaniel retired from the Argyll and Sutherland Highland Regiment
red mail Paisley -- Brodie, Snodgrass, Taylor, Jack
James Snodgrass married Agnes Brodie June 12, 1856 in Middle or New Paisley, Greenock. Looking for information about Agnes Brodie -- parents, birthdate, birthplace, siblings etc. James was born 1836 in Largs, Ayrshire. Parents suspected to be John Snodgrass, b 1786 in Paisley, and Margaret Taylor b abt 1801. More info on James welcome also. Margaret Taylor may have been d/o James Taylor and Margaret Jack, m June 11, 1796
red mail Cunningham, John
John (b.late 1800's)was from Paisley, Scotland and was married to Mary who was originally from Ireland, they had 3 children that I know of, possibly more, their names: John (Jock)(b.1914/15, d.1980), Mary and Agnes. John (Jock)(d) moved to Stockport, Cheshire and lived there for many years but his younger sister Agnes, stayed in Paisley, Glasgow.
Wadwell Paisley
I am researching my maiden name Wadwell. The name originates around Peterborough (Northhampton area) and earlier in Kent. I remember my Dad writing to a Wadwell relative who worked in the PO sorting office in Paisley. My Dad's cousin Thomas Wadwellhad also met him in an army hospital at the end of WW2. Registration wise there are no Wadwells in Scotland before my grandparents marriage in 1920 in Inverkeithing (that comes up!). If you are related to the Paisley Wadwell mentioned or are another Wadwell relative in Scotland I would love to hear from you. I am in contact with Wadwell relatives (we are ALL related) in Northamptonshire; London; Australia; US and Canada.
red mail an American Coulter
Hi, I know that my family is from Paisley, the trouble is that I can't find one thing on them. The names that I am trying to locate are: William Coulter b:about 1807 Thomas Coulter b:about 1840 Mary Ann Stewart b: about 1839 (Thomas' Wife) I alsobelieve that they are related to the Young and Lang families. Any help would be very much apperciated, since I know the linage on my Mothers side, I would love to find out who my ancesters are and what Clan I belong to on my Fathers side.Thank you in advance, James
Jack Family From Paisley
I am a descendant of Robert Jack b New Deer, Aberdeen 7 may 1786.My great grandmother was Agnes Smith (Jack) b 1852 at Barrhead Paisley.Agnes came to Queensland Australia with her mother Mary Ross and stepfather Archibald Ross in the ship "The Golden Dream" in 1863. They left behind Agnes's brother John Jack who was 21 at the time. He stayed with his Grandfather Robert Jack.His father Robert Jack b 1826 had died either just before Agnes was born or just after. The australian history of John Samuel Smith(known as Sam Smith)and Agnes Smith has been recorded.Agnes was somewhat of a local legend around Logan Village as a midwife and survivor of the great flood of the 1890's. Her descendants have settled mainly in SE Queensland and stillhave family reunions. Iam interested in finding any descendants of the Paterson, Fraser, Winning, or Grieve families and early history pre Alex. & Barbara Grieve
Ritchie
Did my Ritchie family ever live in Paisley. I am looking for Daniel Ritchie and Eliza Gray, both born in Lanark (or Lanarkshire). However, they had all their children that I know about in N. Ireland. Daniel died 1882 aged 66 in N.Ireland. I havenot been able to find a death for Eliza and thought she may have returned to Scotland before her death. She was still alive in Belfast in 1886. I found a family of Ritchies who emigrated to Canada through the Paisley Townhead Soc. One child wouldhave matched my Daniel's birth date. Can any one help. MJ
red mail Gibson Mar. Mcaulay
Janet or Jussy Gibson mar John McAulay abt 1800 as they have a son John b 1804 High ch.Paisley,Margaret1815 Lillias 1817,Peter1819,William1822 and james 1826.John sen.dies 1853 aged 73 buried Woodside Cemetery Paisley but I cannot find death or burial for Janet. She gives her age as 40 in 1841 census 50 born Bothkennar stirlingshire in 1851 census. When John b1804 dies in 1869 he has been registered with the poor house since 1856 when he says both parents are dead.I do not have a mar cert for john and Janet but he maybe the son of Margaret hunter and john McCalla or McCaulay who mar 1775 in Paisley Abbey.
red mail Edouard And Helps
I am researching Edouard and Helps families. My maternal grandfather Victor Dore Edouard was born in Paisley in 1870, the 2nd of 4 children of Louis Edouin Edouard and Ada Sarah Edward(s). Louis and Ada were stated on Victor's birth registration to have married in London on 22 April 1867 but I cannot find a record of this in the English GRO. Louis and Ada's other children were Henri Eugene Edouard(e) born in Blythswood, Glasgow in 19 Sept 1868, Blanche Maud Edouard born 17 Aug 1872 in Manchester, and Horace Vernet Edouard born in 1876 or 1877 in Leeds. Louis Edouin Edouard was a 'scenic artist' at the time of his first two children's births. He died before Victor Dore Edouard married which was in 1894. My interest in the Helps family iscentred in Somerset, the earliest of which I have information being a Walter Helps born about 1822. The Edouard family and the Helps family (at least those parts that I am related to) bred fairly readily and I am aware of more than 200 people in these families from the early/mid nineteenth centuries, but would like to know of more.
red mail Wade.
I am researching my paternal family history.My grandmother was christened May Broughton Wade b.14/5/1874 near Huddersfield Yorkshire.Her father Robert Wade came from the Paisley area and had many relations there.I have a christmas card dated 1926 which must have been a family gathering in Paisley and various family members have signed it with their addresses they are as follows.S.B.Wade,11Buchanan Road or Terrace,Annie S.Wade,11 Buchanan Rd or Terrace,James Thompson,same address,Annie B.Thompson,same address,Lilian Wade,same address,Kenneth R.Wood,Briar Bank,Neilston Rd,Paisley,E.M.Wright,5 Gladstone Rd or Terrace,And my grandparents Walter H. Banks and May Broughton Banks (from Bolton) I would be most grateful if anyone can give me any information on these people.
red mail Taylor/millar/mclaggan/mclagan/ferrie
Peter Taylor married Mary Millar in High Church Parish, Paisley, October 17, 1794. They had at least four children: Catherine born 28 Dec 1795; Mary born 30 July 1797; William born 3 July 1799; and Jean born 3 Jun 1801. Mary Taylor married Alexander McLagan, a carpenter, 4 Jun 1818 in Edinburgh Parish, Midlothian. They had the following children: John born about 1820; Peter Taylor born abt 1822 died abt 1879 in Newark, NJ, USA; Alexander born about 1824; Henry born 2 Nov 1825; and William born 26 April 1830. The family lived in Paisley. Alexander later remarried: 1)possibly Janet; 2)Mary Mair. Peter Taylor McLagan married Catherine Graham Ferrie, 13 Dec 1845, in Paisley Abbey. They would immigrate to the USA in 1849 where they livedin NYC. Before the Civil War, Peter took his family back to Scotland, returned to America,and fought in the war. In 1866 the family was reunited in America and settled in Newark, NJ. Interested in hearing from anyone who has connections with thesefamily.
Jack Family From Paisley
ROBERT JACK b New Deer, Aberdeen 7 May 1786 (parents ALEXANDER JACK and BARBARA GRIEVE) married CHRISTIAN WINNING at Abbey, Paisley, on 26 April 1825. Their children were ROBERT JACK b 1826, THOMAS JACK b Paisley 1828 and MARGARET JACK b Paisley 1832. ROBERT JACK (Thread Manufacturer) then married MARY PATERSON (parents John Paterson / Patterson and Sarah Frazer / Fraser)at Neilston, Renfrewshire on 31 January 1841, children JOHN JACK born Dovecote, Paisley, 1842 and AGNES JACK b Barrhead, Paisley, 1853. Any information on this line?
red mail Paisley In 1793
From the Old Statistical Account for Scotland p 70 Paisley A manufacturing town must always have a great proportion of poor belonging to it. When trade is brisk, great numbers of tradesfolk and working people of all descriptions will flock to it by reason of the encouragement which they expect to meet with, and it is contrary to the interests of its manufacturers to be very scrupulous in admitting them. Many of these, when trade becomesdull, or when sickness and debility overtake them, will necessarily be reduced to circumstances of penury and want. They must then fall a burden upon the public, and it is a matter of vast importance, that, whilst they receivean adequate subsistence, industry be not discouraged, and that they be maintained in a manner not only the least expensive to the community, but likewise the least sensibly felt. Though the town is divided into 3 parishes, in respect of the maintenance of the poor, they are considered as one. In such a town an hospital is certainly necessary for maintaining poor and destitute children, and as an asylum for the infirm and aged, who...
red mail Louis Edouin Edouard
Younger son Victor Dore Edouard born here but it is the father I am trying to find out more about


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