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red mail Suicide circa 1900 in Kilsyth
I am looking for any information on a male, surname Loudon who committed suicide in Kilsyth around 1900. I am interested in any information. Where would I find details of his burial, and would this be documented as it could be in unconsecrated ground? Any help would be appreciated. Sue
red mail Winslow / Wilson / Sloan - 1883.
I have Catherine 1864-1924. Wife to John 1861-1937. Daughter to Andrew 1842-1914 and Helen nee Winslow 1840-1917. willing to exchange any family imfo.
red mail Watson/Gillies
Looking for info on my g.g.grandparents Jean Watson nee Gillies, married to Robert Watson. Jean was born in Kilsyth in 1804 her parents were William and Christina Gillies. the family lived in the area for many years and their children also . so if there are any Gillies out there I would love to hear from you.
red mail McFarlane Wilson McFarlane Robertson
My paternal grandfather Duncan McFarlane was an Evangelist but bound to the British Isles. He was the son of Jake McFarlane (originally from Linlithgow) and Janet (Wilson). I descend from Duncan McFarlane's second marriage which was to Agnes Robertson (from Anniesland, Glasgow). Duncan McFarlane was born in 1875 over the wee grocers shop in Kilsyth. One of 8 children, they moved when they were all still children, out of town to the cottage on Banton Loch by the Colzium Estate. Back then, they called the cottage "The Dam", latterly it was more often referred to as Lochside Cottage. Jake McFarlane was a boot maker and the barn by the cottage was his shop. Duncan's brother Bill, went to Canada and sang gospel on the radio. Alec went to South Africa(?). Another went to Australia I think(?) Jenny, the one sister, purchased the cottage when her parents passed away and lived there until she died. Her brother "John O' the Loch (on account of having been crowned a hero for saving two boys from drowning in the loch) married and lived all his days in Kilsyth, helping Jenny with the upkeep of the cottage. Jimmy went to London and opened a knitwear factory in Wandsworth called 'Colzium Knitwear' (like the estate). Any overseas stories/links to this lineage??
red mail John Boyle
My great grandmother Mary Boyle was born in Kilsyth around 1841. Father John Boyle mother Margaret McPherson. I can't find any record of John Boyle in Kilsyth or local area
red mail Alex Abercrombie
Any information to Alex (born 1826), his wife Jean or their children William 1845,James 1847, Alex 1848, John 1851, Robert 1853, Agnes 1856, David 1858, Janet 1860 would be appreciated. His brother Jas (1811) was my G grandfather any info on Jas, his wife Janet (1814) or children Alex 1853,Janet1839,James 1844, Alex 1850, Robert 1852, Margaret 1855, would be much appreciated.
red mail watson Mclatchie
Looking for my grandmother Elizabeth Watson born in Kilsyth between 1860 and 1870.On her marriage to Walter Mclatchie in Paisley in 1884 her parents names given as David Watson and Ann Stewart but can find no birth certificate with these names.

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