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WILSON, MILNE Family search
Looking for family or decendants of Alexander Wilson and Anne Milne, who were married in the Parish of Enzie, Banffshire on 30th December 1869 and then moved to Ross-shire, to the Alness area where they lived and worked. Alexander was a farm manager on Dalmore Farm for 14 years. They had 11 children .... John, Alexander, George, William, Jean, Patrick, James, Barbara, joseph, Robert and Catherine. James. S. Wilson had his own builders buisiness in Alness and was a stallwart of the Wester Church at Rosskeen until he died in 1951. I would love to hear from any family with connections...
red mail war
five wilson brothers all from one family went to fight in the war they were robert wilson, william wilson, tommy wilson,john wilson,alexander wilson is any of the family still alive in alness
red mail Munro, McKenzie
Looking for connection to Isabella Munro born c1807 who is thought to be from the parish Rosskein, Dalmore on Invergordon. Bell was an assisted passenger to NSW, Aus in 1839 and listed her parents as Donald Munro, farmer of Dornoch and Christian McKenzie. Any information on the Munro/McKenzies would be appreciated.
Louise Margaret Moffatt
My paternal great grandmother Louise Margaret Moffatt (1867 - 1955) was born I believe at Alness to a William and Annie (not 100%). Louise married Charles William Carter (1868 - 1948) who was from England. They married before immigrating to Canada or shortly after (1896). Wondering if anyone might know of Louise and her parents and or sibling etc, thank you in advance.
red mail James Sinclair
Looking for info on James Sinclair b abt1830 married Christina Munro(1850 Alness), b.1833 in Alness, Ross and Cromarty,James worked at Teaninich distillery (maltman)daugh.Jane b.1855 married Peter Graham b.1850 from Abernyte,Perth.Anything on James and Christina appreciated.
red mail MUNRO of Katewell & Foulis Estate
MUNRO of Katewell & Foulis Castle (Oct 06) Researching in-depth links of MUNRO to United States (Virginia). In particular, MUNRO, David of Katewell, b.1615, whose son Andrew b.1640 emigrated to the USA in 1654, and whose heirs remained in Virginia State for decades. Unable to trace Andrew's father David's wife, who might provide the Scotland-USA link through other children of hers. Many thanks.
MUNRO, GIBSON of Alness and MUNRO-CHISHOLM of Kilmuir-Easter
Working on gr grandparent families of Scotland. I have the following--can you help me find more? George Gibson Munro 1854 (Alness)-1931 (Buffalo, NY) ; son of William Munro 1827-1872...married Margaret Gibson 1828-1859. She was born in Dornoch, he in Rosskeen. William's parents were Alexander Munro 1793 Rosskeen- married in Tain: his wife was Christian Munro 1799 Rosskeen-1875 Alness. Christian's parents were George Munro 1761 Kilmuir-Easter...and Janet Chisholm 1765 Kilmuir-Easter. Need ancestry of these lines. They lived near or on the coast and one of the vital records I have says Alexander was a salmon fisherman. What is it like on the shores....the cliffs...the mountains. IF you weren't a fisherman were you a farmer?
Leat, Davies, Wilson
I'm looking for any information on the Leat family. Jean Leat died 1976, was the daughter of Walter Leat (b 02 Apr 1920, d 17 Dec 1985) and Charlotte Wilson. Walter's parents were W. Leat and Gertrude Davies. I'm trying to see if there is a connection with this branch of the Leat family and my own family. Any information would be most welcome
red mail Looking For Information On The Name Ross
My Great Grand Mother was born Elizabeth Ross Born around 1838 based on her age at death. Her parents were Donald Ross & Elizabeth Morrisson. Any information would be appreciated

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