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Marriage in Dennyloanhead 1842
I'm looking for information on the family of John Campbell and Susan/Sussanna MS Laird, may have married in Larbert in 1819. They had two daughters, Isabella Dempster Campbell and Margaret Campbell, and a son, Alexander. My link is through Isabella, who married George Milne/Mills in Dennyloanhead in 1842.

Any information, especially on the Laird family, would be welcome.

Post Revised: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Dennyloanhead, Stirlingshire


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Looking for information on family connections in Suffolk, principally Boyn(e)s, Taylor, Elliott, Marshall; and in Scotland Horn(e), Cumbernauld; McDonald, Hay, Paul and Mackay in Perthshire; Barclay in Glasgow; Barclay and Peebles in Kilbirnie, Ayrshire; Mackay in Reay, Caithness; Campbell and Laird in Stirlingshire; Milne and Ogilvie in Fordoun and Dunottar, Kincardineshire. Janet MacDonald

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