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red mail Mary McWatty, born Rosneath abt 1794-1797
Searching for information on the family of Mary McWatty, born in Rosneath abt. 1794-1797, daughter of Alexander McWatty, tailor, and Peggy Campbell. Mary emigrated to Quebec, where she married William McDonald abt. 1815. Would like to know about Mary's siblings - who they were, and whether they emigrated or stayed in the area.
red mail Cumming- Twins or name change?
I have a curly problem in that I (well with lots of assistance from newly found family members)have traced back to a Walter Cumming, Rosneath, born about 1665, who had a son Patrick in about 1696. He married Mary McFarlane and they had a son Patrick in 1731. Patrick jnr married Janet Crawford and they had at least 10 children. I have record of Thomas being born in 1772, but after that no more record of him, until I came across a distant relative who has an Andrew with the same birth details and parentage as Thomas. I cannot find any official records of Andrews birth or baptism, with my relative's info coming I believe from family letters and alike. I can find marriage and death certs though. On the other hand I cannot find any further information on Thomas, apart from the Could they have been twins? Could Thomas have become Andrew between birth and marriage? Any educated suggestions (even wild guesses at this stage) would be welcome. Everything else fits except the name. Twins definately run in the family, but then there should be a record. I know there is probably no definative way to solve this, but I wonder what an experience genealogist would do? Thanks.

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