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red mail Cameron
My GG Grandmother Sarah Cameron b.1815 Symington. According to her death registration her Father was George Cameron, a Grain Miller, her Mother Margaret Scobie. I have been unable to find anything about the family, siblings etc. I would welcome any information.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2017
red mail MARTIN, HENRY, ROBERTSON, MORRISON, SMITH
Descendants of William MARTIN, Farmer (b 1787 Tarbolton d 1873 Symington) and Jean HENRY (b 1784 d 1866 Symington). Their children William (1811 - 1894), Alexander (1813 - 1890), Helen MARTIN or ROBERTSON (1815 - 1889), James (b 1817), John (1819 - 1900), Mary MARTIN or MORRISON (1823 - 1878), Thomas (1828 - 1884) and Jane MARTIN or SMITH (1831 - 1885), all born Symington, Ayrshire.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Bruce Family
Owned a dairy farm near Symington named Langholm. A number of their sons emigrated to Canada and Australia between 1830's and 1860's. Any info about the farm or family I would be grateful for.
red mail Hay Family
Looking for descendants of Robert Hay &Janet nee Dick. Their children were Margaret b 9/7/1823,Jean b27/4/1826 Robert b11/4/1828William b 2/2/1832 My GGrandfather was James b4/12/1829 who married Jacobina McCulloch 1/6/1854 at Fisherton Maybole then emigrated to Victoria Australia on the John&Lucy from Liverpool 9/6/1854 They travelled with a William&Isabella (Orr)Hay who were also married in the same church there was also a Mrs Hay possibly Williams Mother & 3 daughters Agnes Isabella Elizabeth I am trying to organise a reunion in September 2004 to commemorate 150 years since their arrival


 
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