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red mail campbell/storer
looking for info on Elizabeth Campbell and David Storer. Children were Elizabeth, David, Isabella, James and Joanna
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail RAEBURN
I'm looking for any information on ALEXANDER CHRISTIAN RAEBURN(sometimes known as ALEC RAEBURN). He was born in Gorgie Road, Edinburgh in about 1902/3. His parents were WILLIAM JAMES ALLAN RAEBURN and JANET RAEBURN nee STRUTH. He was a Civil Engineer and was thought to have run a Post Office and or Wool Shop some where in Fife (possibly Kirkaldy) from the mid to late 1950's/60's. He was married for a while to a Jean Keen/e, and they had a son, Anthony who it is believed joined the Royal Navy, and believed to have eventually settled in Australia/New Zealand. Later in life Alexander had a partner named Mitzi, who he lived with until her death, thought to be in 1960's.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail LEITCH, Bethia (born abt 1825)
Bethia was born in Greenock about 1825. Her parents were John LEITCH and Margaret AITKEN. Following Bethia's father's death her mother, Margaret remarried John MUNRO. Bethia LEITCH married William Thompson BARR (born 18/3/1820) in Glasgow 31 Oct 1853 by the Rev Norman Macleod, Minister of Barony Parish of Glasgow, Scotland. William and Bethia immigrated to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Any additional information would be appreciated. regards liz.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Ferguson, John, born Greenock
When John Ferguson married widow Mary Stewart (neé Hannah from Maybole, Ayrshire) in Melbourne in 1864 he gave his birth-place as Greenock and his parents as John Ferguson, engineer, and Mary Ferguson. John jnr would have been born about 1830 because he died here in 1867 supposedly aged 37. We haven't found a marriage in Greenock of a John Ferguson and a Mary Ferguson around 1830, but maybe Ferguson was not her maiden name. Needless to say, there are plenty of John and Marys. This is our 'brick wall'. Please, does anyone connect? Cheers, Tom Melbourne
Posted: 2006, Contact email reconfirmed: 2019
red mail IRELAND ,Mary Brady/Bready
Looking for any details of Mary Brady who married Adam Picket/t/Piggot in Ireland possibly about 1835 Kilrea, Londonderry, likely Presbyterian.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Andrew Muir of Greenock
Particularly interested in Andrew Muir (c1778-1849), merchant in Greenock, who with his brother James Muir owned a straw hat factory and the Clyde Pottery, amongst other businesses. Lived at Rosebank, Forsyth Street. I would be glad to hear from any other descendants. (Their elder daughter Mary Anne Frances Muir married George Carey Foster. Younger daughter Isabella Charlotte Muir married Robert Blyth - they were my greatgrandarents.) His grave in Greenock Cemetery section D - Andrew Muir 21.4.1849, 70, wife Isabella Fox - was completely covered in ivy, but it's been cleared and cleaned (Feb 2015).
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail McKinley - Greenock, Refrewshire
- I'm looking for information about the McKinley branch of my family tree. Thus far, I've been able to work my way back to John McKinley (c. 1700) m. Agnes Smith (c. 1705) I'm hoping to find out more about the McKinley family going beyond the aforementioned John McKinley. This is what I do know ... {9} John McKinley (b 1700) m. (?) Agnes Smith (b 1705) {8} John McKinley (1731 - 1758) m. Catherine ?? (11 Apr 1731 - 1760) {7} Benj. McKinley (? Refrewshire - 27 Nov 1782 Pennsylvania USA) m. Mary Bingham (1750 Refrewshire - 1776) **They immigrated to America AFTER 1769 {6} Hugh McKinley (1769, Refrewshire - 8 Jun 1847 Ohio, USA) m. Rebecca Ellis {5} Arshal Hugh McKinley-(USA 1813-1892) m. Rebecca Hannah {4} James Palemon McKinley (USA 1846-1921) m. Marilla Perinne {3}Walter Johnson McKinley (USA 1881-1964) m. Hallie Phillips {2} Landonia McKinley Wallwork (USA 1912-1987) m. Geoffrey Haynes Wallwork {1}Lavinia Wallwork Williams (USA 1940 - living) m. Walter Stevenson Williams {START} ME! _________ ** Any help pointing me in the right direction with this will be greatly appreciated. Also, this is my 2nd time asking folks here at CuriousFox for assistance - the 1st time yielded a bevy of information ... THANKS!
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail RODNEY MAXEY GRAVES
Mary Rodney born 1838 married James Maxey and they had one son also James Maxey in 1861. Mary then married John Graves in 1871 and no sign of either James Maxey by then.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Looking for Mary, mother of Jemima McNeill
Jemima MCNEILL, born in Portabello in 1851, died in Beckenham in 1931, was my great-grandmother. I am seeking information on her mother, Mary, born 1826 in Renfrewshire, probably Greenock since that is where her children were born. I do not know who her husband was as she was on her own with three children by 1861. The children's names were Jemima, Barbara and John. In the 1861 census both Mary and Barbara were working in the cotton trade as warper/weavers. In addition to finding out about her husband I would like to know about her parentage, but I am unable to trace her maiden name. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I have quite a bit of information regarding her descendants to pass on to interested parties. Many thanks.. Belinda
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail THOMAS WILLCOCKS 1880
Son of Henry and Margaret Willcocks, living at Ingleston Place aged 9 months in 1881 census. Moved to Antony Cornwall by 1891c, but what happened to him after that?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018

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