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Couper or Wallace, Ochiltree
Does anyone have any information on Gilbert Cooper/Couper who married Margaret Wallace in Ochiltree in June 1826? I'd like to find out if these are the same Gilbert and Margaret who were the parents of Jane (Jeannie) Couper who married James McDonald in Glasgow in 1866; Gilbert is noted on the marriage record as a labourer.




Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Ochiltree, Ayrshire

 



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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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