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Mochrum Wigtownshire
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red mail McTear
Looking for anyone who is related to John McTear born in Mochrum 1872 - he was a tanner.
red mail James Hartley
In the 1841 Mochrum Census my GGGG Grandfather was the head of household Drumdee or Drumdow farm would he have owned this or would he have been a tennant he came over from Ireland in 1794 and Married Anne ? Thomson
red mail JOHN CLOY
seeking information on john cloy from WIGTONSHIRE, SCOTLAND. born about 1847 in MOCHRUM.he is my great-grandfather on my mothers side. he married PAULINA KEMP on 25th oct 1869 at RHYNIE in SOUTH AUSTRALIA, child EMMA CLOY who married HENRY ARTHUR BIRRELL being my grandmother.
red mail McCubbin/Drysdale - Wigtownshire
I have loads of info regarding McCubbin/Drysdale's in Wigtownshire. Mainly from Mochrum, Leswalt, Kircolm etc. David
red mail roberta kirk
any info on the above my mother was born in or near mochrum village in 1908 aproxkirk
red mail Muir in Mochrum
Does anyone have any information concerning my great-grandmother, Elisabeth Muir, born in the parish of Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland, about 1842, the daughter of James & Elisabeth Muir, who, according to the 1841 and 1851 censuses were born in Ireland? In 1841, James & Elisabeth were living in Carsduchan in the parish of Mochrum, James being a tailor. The 1851 census makes it clear they were man & wife, aged at that moment 31 and 29 respectively, and living in East Barr also in the parish of Mochrum. I have been unable to find any record of Elisabeth the younger's birth or christening among the Old Parish Records kept at the Scottish Records Office in Edinburgh, and I suspect that her parents may have been Covenanters (Reformed Presbyterian) - the family perhaps having emigrated to Ulster in the 17th or 18th centures. Any help appreciated.

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