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red mail LITTLE/GILMOUR
Can anyone give me information on James Little married Margaret Gilmour 22nd Aug 1845. James Little was Woolen Manufacturer and Town Councillor in Kilmarnock. Trying to chase back "Gilmour" side of the family. (Inch House?? Edinburgh). Their daughter, Margaret Weir Little, married Thomas Shearer, Wanlockhead 1869. Their daughter, Euphemia Shearer, married Thomas Crosbie Rodgers, Leadhills 1940.
red mail burt family
irene burt age now around 55-65 in kilmarnock also maisie &eddie burt who lived in bermondsey london he was an engine driver.i cannot piece them together in my family as no more information on them. could be any one of royle , hampshire , chesworth ,fowler part of the family.
red mail palmer houston familys
my greatgrandfather james palmerborn in kilmarnoc migrated to australia and married margaret bryce in 1856 his father also a james palmer was married to jane houston i have no information on birth marriage or death of james palmer or jane houston need help.
red mail Ferguson
James Ferguson, 1815-1888 b. in Muirkirk married Margaret Gilmour, 1820-1882 had 14 children, one of whom was George Harvie Ferguson, 1862-1939. He married Agnes Haddow, 1862-bef 5 June 1939. They had six children, one of whom was Agnes Jane Main Ferguson, 1887-1954. She married Alexander Brown Marr, 1889-1938. They had 2 children, both living as of May, 2009. Alexander left Scotland in 1923, bound for Rhode Island. The rest of the family arrived from Scotland in 1925. Alexander became a citizen of the United States in 1938. The resulting MARR family is situated in Massachusetts, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan. Some from the Reichert tree ended up in South Caroline and Indiana.
red mail Allan Spier Elizabeth Brown
Am researching SPIER family from Kilmarnock. Allan and Elizabeth had 9 (?) children; Allan, James, Jean, John Cunningham, Mr. Spier (1818), Alexander, Gilbert Cunningham, Andrew, and another Mr. Spier born in 1829.
red mail Wilson Family in Kilmarnock lived at 11 west Netherton?
I am currently looking for my Father in law's family. We know that his family, Mother Margaret (Whittaker) and Father John as well as his siblings,(he said there were 13 of them) of which we can only account for a few..Andrew, Bunty, Edward were all in Kilmarnock and his Father died in the 1970's. Dad's name is John (Iain) William Wilson born May 12 1925 and he was a POW during WW2. Dad came to Canada in the late 1940's early 50's. We had been told that it was because the family perished during WW2 but we now know that is not the case. We don't really care why he came, but would like to know about the family that obviously survived the war. The trouble is Dad has Alhziemers, and was recently diagnosed with Inopperable Lung Cancer. He talks of his brothers and sisters, but we have never met any of them. My husband and his siblings have spent their whole lives thinking they were the last of the line, and now we find out that they may actually have family! So if you know of any Wilson's (Andrew, or Drew died in May of 2003 but have had no luck in finding family), please contact us. We would like to let Dad know that he does still have someone out there, before it is too late.
red mail James Reid - Kilmarnock Area
I am trying to find information about my ggg grandfather a James Reid who married Magdalen Hillhouse in Kilmarnock in 1802. They had six children that I know of - James Carse 1805, Agnes 1808, Robert 1810, Margaret 1813, John 1815 (my gg grandfather) and Robert 1819. The family seems to have been located in the Kilmarnock area and I believe that his son James Carse married a Jean Wyllie who may have been a lady in waiting at Rowallan Castle. I have found a James Reid (baron officer at Rowallan Castle) buried in Fenwick in 1849 and a Mrs Reid (his wife) buried in 1845 who may be the James I'm looking for but can't be sure. The line of Reids that I'm interested in were Land Stewards/Nurserymen. I also note that two of James children had "Carse" as a middle name, possibly from an earlier marriage. Does anybody have any information on these Reids?? My gg grandfather John Reid married a Jean Brown in Kilmarnock in 1838, but I can't locate any children from this marriage other than Hillhouse Glen (about 1847 my g grandfather) and his brother Robert T 1856. I believe there may have been a William and John. Does anybody have any information on these Reids also??
red mail Keirs
I am seeking information on the KEIRS family, part of which migrated here to the US. I am the g-granddaughter of John James KEIRS. He was the son of Annie Marshall SPIER & John James KEIRS, and grandson of Ann Cameron MARSHALL, John Cuthbertson SPIER, Janet Sarah MORTON and John Keirs. Any information would be appreciated!
red mail Bonar/Thomson/Kyle
I'm looking for parents of Edward Ronald Bonar born between 1912-1914 in Kilmarnock. He had a brother John who fought in WWII and a sister Jean. He married Mary Thomson. Her parents were Robert Thomson and Nancy Kyle. I'm looking for information on their ancestory as well. Any help appreciated
red mail carswell
Seeking details of Robert Carswell 84 John Finney Street Kilmarnock Born October 1852. Brass Worker and electrician,worked in Cuba 1890"s

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