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Dougans of Renfrewshire & Lanarkshire
I am researching the Dougans family: James Dougans born 1852 - father Alexander b 1812 - mother Sarah Ann Buchanan b 1810. When James was 18 it is thought he was in HM Prison Glasgow but I have no details. His father Alexander was a master shoemaker and they lived at 75,King Street, Pollockshaws? Eastwood. Alexander's father was William b 1777 who married Margaret McQueen. In 1798 he was in the Joles Regiment. I can find no trace of this regiment. Any information on this family would be appreciated.
Posted: 2021
red mail Keenan
I am looking for information on Keenan's living in the Cathcart area early 1900's. William Jenkins Keenan so of Janet Keenan was born in Cathcart about 1881. Married a Margaret Norris about 1901. They had six children William,Joseph,James,Margaret,Janet(Jenny) and Elizabeth. The Children except William were placed in Quarriers about 1915. William Jenkins Keenan wounded in the war and in Stobhill Hospital, no further information located after the children were admitted to Quarriers. The mother later placed in Paisley Asylum, unable to locate information on her following that. Thank you, Kelly
red mail Curr
Information on any of the Curr family farming in Cathcart 1800-1906 particularly John or William I have traced the family of James Curr of Merrylee farm and William of Shawton Hill till present date
red mail William Innes Family
I am interested in finding the descendents of William Innes who married Barbara Provan at Gorbals in 1883. In 1901 they were living in 17 Holmhead, Cathcart. They had a son, William Innes who was 15 years old. William Innes Sr. was an Engineman. William Innes Jr. was an apprentice Engine Fitter.

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