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Looking for Jessie McPHEE
I would love to make contact with Jessie McPhee who lived here in the 1950's. and in the eary 1960, travelled to the Dean Collage in Edinburgh to learn Nursing .I believe that we have a Family connection We met as children in the 1950,then in the 1960,s Those names also appear in our Family-- -McKenzie , Grant I would be graetful for any information.
red mail John Wands and Ann Richardson/Nancy Ferrol
I am currently in the process of researching family history. I have managed to trace back to my GGG Grandfather - John Wands, born in 1776. There is, however, some confusion over who my GGG Grandmother was. I have found evidence dictating Ann Richardson as John Wands (Junior's) mother, yet other sources have given me reason to believe Nancy Ferrol was in fact the mother. I would also be grateful for any other information on John Wands and family (eg. parents, siblings, certificates etc.). Thank you.
red mail Lawson/Ferguson/Polmaise Estate
Any information on George Lawson and wife Charlotte Fergusson (b Clackmannan) working on Polmaise Estate in 1841. George originally from England? Son William Murray Lawsonm Janet Christie from Stirling, Any leads?
red mail THOMSON
James THOMSON (1817-1881) married Margaret CHRISTIE (1821-?) in 1837 in St Ninians. They had issue of Sarah Lloyd (1839), David (1840), Agnes (1844), Mary Alexander (1846), Margaret (1848), Robert Christie (1851), Jane (1853), James (1856), and Annie (1858. They had emigrated to South Australia, Australia by 1844.
red mail CHRISTIE
Robert CHRISTIE (1785-1858) was son of Alexander (1749-?) and Margaret SARS. He married Sarah PORTER (1791-1879) in 1815 in St Ninians. In 1840 they emigrated to South AUstralia, Australia with family Alexander (1822), Mary Sars (1827), Agnes (1829), Christina (1830) and Sarah (1832). Another daughter Margaret (1821) married John THOMSON in 1837 in St Ninians and emigrated later to South Australia, Australia where Robert became a policeman in the new colony.
red mail archibald and Hugh
archibald wright from stirling was in 1742 recruted in the scots/dutch army.He married in Den Briel 1752 Bastiaantje van Dongen. Who can help me finding more about him in Scotland? Names of his children Katherin, John, James, Hugh, Mary Susan, Thomas, George. Another Wright, Hugh, was also in the scots/dutch army. He married Isabel Robertson in 1735 in Holland. Hugh Wright is from Kippen. Children, Katheren, James, Isabel, Rebecca John, Hugh, Margaret. Who can help?
LOOKING FOR DR. H. Grant
I WOULD LIKE TO TRACE A FAMILY LIVING IN ST. NINIANS WHOES GRANDFATHER WAS DR. Grant .HE PRACTICED IN FALKIRK ROYAL INFIRMARY THE 1900'S TO 1950'S . HE STAYED AT HIS DAUGHTERS HOUSE WITH HIS GRANDCHILDREN UNTIL HE PASSED AWAY IN THE MID TO LATE 50'S I--WILLIAM-- WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ANY INFORMATION
DON Andrew & Elizabeth TROOP
Searching for origans and descendants of Andrew Don, b.c1830, and Elizabeth Troop, b.c1830. They married 1850 St Ninians. Both said they were born in Battburn, Stirling but I can't locate such a place. Known children are - Janet, John, Alexander, Munro, James, Robert, David, William, Elizabeth, Hugh.
Pte.J.Boyd KIA Arnhem 1944
Looking for relatives of Private Boyd, he was the son of Mr John and Jean Boyd
Yare, Yair, Yeare
Any spelling if this pronunciation in St. Ninians. Any details. Have got back to 1642 with Johne and Jonet and now draw a blank.
red mail Wrights of St. Ninian
Looking for the parents of a William Wright who married a Susan Allison in St. Ninian on January 2, 1853.
Ewing
We are descendants of Archibald Ewing and Elizabeth Wands


 
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