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Cameron / Hunter
Angus Cameron married Catherine Hunter (Catherine's mother was Agnes Hunter) they may have lived at 129 High Street, Dumbarton. I welcome any information that may connect to Catherine Hunter Reid and Andrew Macfarlane married in Dumbarton 1926/1927
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Catherine Hunter Reid and Andrew macfarlane ( a butcher by trade) married in Dumbarton around 1927 Could have lived in Strowans Road, Children Gordon and Irene. Andrew's parents were Murdoch macfarlane and Agnes Beattie. Catherine's parents may have been Hugh Reid and Agnes Cameron and her grandmother Hunter. Any information on Reid or macfarlane prior to 1926 would be most welcome
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail MAGILL
looking for a birth date of my great grandfather born dumbarton about 1870 John MAGILL father name Robert MAGILL any help or information welcome
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Peter Seaton Hay
Looking to find out more about Peter Seaton Hay (c 1800) - married to Helen Kinloch and their child William Hay was born in Old Kilpatrick, Dumbarton in 1828. Peter Seaton Hay listed on Williams death certificate in 1907 as his father, engineer journeyman - would love to know more about him / find any relatives.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Flynn Methlan/Murphlin House Dumbarton
My grandparents James Dominic Flynn and Annie (nee Murphy) lived at Methlan Park in Dumbarton in the late 1920s til 1931 when they died and the estate was sold to the salvation army. I have some info from the local library on the house (which was called Murphlin House during their ownership) but would be keen to find anyone with knowledge of the huose or family at that time. The family business was wine merchants and several branches of the family were involved in that business in and around Glasgow until I believe the 1980s
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail McNaughton - Glichrist
Looking for family of John McNaughton and Isobell Gilchrist who emigrated to Australia in June 1841. They left Scotland and settled successfully in Victoria. We understand that they were born in 1796 and 1799 respectfully but this may not be completely true.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Population 1755 and 1791
From - Old Statistical Account for Scotland Vol 4 Dumbarton in 1755 had 1,427 and in 1791 2,003
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail catherine mccallum
I am seeking a catherine McCallum. She was born 24th June in Dumbarton to Peter McCallum and Margaret McFarlane. Can anyone tell me who she married please. Thankyou
Hi I am looking for parents of Peter Campbell born 1848 in Kilbrandon argylshire Possible mothers is: Catherine McCallum born 1815 Margaret McCallum born 1813 Margaret McCallum born 1811 Mothers parents names are : Peter McCallum and Margaret MCfarlane. Peter appears on the 1861 Scottish Census living with his uncle John and Auntie Margaret . Can anyone help please?
red mail James Douglas born Dumbarton
Seeking info on James Douglas born 1827 Dumbarton,Dunbartonshire; by 1851 he was a Watchmaker & Engraver in Greencock, Renfrewshire. James died in 1878 in Colac, Victoria, Australia. A brother Thomas Napier Douglas born 1830 Dumbarton was a Watchmaker, Jeweller and Goldsmith in Greenock - he married (1) Agnes (Nancy) Buchanan Lamont & (2) Jessie Warden (nee Blair) Jones. Another brother John c1826 was a Watchmaker in Greenock and he died at c19 in 1845. They also had a sister Lilias who married Finlay Campbell a Grocer and Wine Merchant. Their father John Douglas 1794 Jedburgh, Roxburghshire was a Watch and Clock maker & Jeweller in Greenock by 1851

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