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Wilson Family in Kilmarnock lived at 11 west Netherton?
I am currently looking for my Father in law's family. We know that his family, Mother Margaret (Whittaker) and Father John as well as his siblings,(he said there were 13 of them) of which we can only account for a few..Andrew, Bunty, Edward were all in Kilmarnock and his Father died in the 1970's. Dad's name is John (Iain) William Wilson born May 12 1925 and he was a POW during WW2. Dad came to Canada in the late 1940's early 50's. We had been told that it was because the family perished during WW2 but we now know that is not the case. We don't really care why he came, but would like to know about the family that obviously survived the war. The trouble is Dad has Alhziemers, and was recently diagnosed with Inopperable Lung Cancer. He talks of his brothers and sisters, but we have never met any of them. My husband and his siblings have spent their whole lives thinking they were the last of the line, and now we find out that they may actually have family!
So if you know of any Wilson's (Andrew, or Drew died in May of 2003 but have had no luck in finding family), please contact us. We would like to let Dad know that he does still have someone out there, before it is too late.

Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2009
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire


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