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red mail Weir siblings
I'm researching my family tree. Relatives moved from Glasgow to Rhu around 1935 or 1936. As far as I can make out 3 siblings moved to 6 Cumberland Terrace (row). Their names were John, Jessie and Annie WEIR. John died in 1942. I don't know whether the 2 sisters stayed or moved back to Glasgow.
Posted: 2021
red mail John Henry Drew & the Training Ship Cumberland
Tracing the history of John Henry Drew (and wife Ann Elizabeth, m.s. Leatherby/Letherby) who moved his family from Torpoint, Cornwall on retirement from the R.N. in 1876, to Row (Rhu) in order to take up a post as Instructor/Gunnery Instructor on the Training Ship Cumberland. Two children, Hedley Wilmot and Frederick Samuel were born in Row (Rhu) at 4 Cumberland Terrace. The burning of the training ship in 1889 prompted their removal to Glasgow where they lived at 25 Regent Moray Street (1891 Census) and then 56 Old Kelvinhaugh Road (death certificates). Seeking more information on their time in Row (Rhu) and on the descendants of their 9 children.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2017
red mail The family of Joseph Wheldon & Agnes Chalmers
I am interested in hearing from anyone researching the above couple. He was born in Derby and came to Scotland in the 1760s. He married Agnes Chalmers, from Rosneath and they had several children whose Baptisms all appear in the Old Parish Register for the Parish of Rhu. The family spread across Scotland and abroad. M
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2016
red mail McAuslans of Rhu
Also researching McAuslan family - I have some information from censuses etc.
red mail Barge Family
I would like any information on the Barge family who I understand originated from Rhu but moved to Salford about 1800
red mail GOVAN - Rhu (Row) Dnb. Sct.
Looking for information on Margaret GOVAN (possibly b.1786 Row, the dau. of William GOVAN and Christine McLEOD) who married a John STIRLING c.1815 place unknown. They had three known children William b.c. 1815, Margaret and John. William was a stone mason as was his father John. Any contact appreciated and will readily share all my known information.
red mail James Hannan
Mariner living at Rhu in 1858 he was born approx 1835, rumoured married to Spanish lady could be named Christine (Govan), both parents of James Hannan a tinplate worker, ex- army and also later key holder to Dumbarton Castle, living at 210 High Street Dumbarton in lodgings in 1858 aged 23 born 1858. Married Janet Hartley born 1863 of 211 High Street Dumbarton. Had 9 children, they may have moved to Manchester. Children: Elizabeth born 1883 lived West Gorton with husband William Knight, John married Lucy, Robert lived at Doncaster 2 daughters and 2 sons, Christine married William Ward, Violet married Albert Grimley had 2 daughters and 1 son, James married, killed in 1st world war, widow lived in Clowes Street, West Gorton next to George Inn, Kenneth married Hannah, Catherine and 1 more un-named female. all family name Hartley or Hartley Hannan.
red mail Aulay McKinlay
I am looking for the parents and family of Aulay McKinlay my Gr Gr Grandfather. He was born in Row, Dumbarton about 1807. Aulay moved to Glasgow (maybe the family moved too) and in 1830 he married in Glasgow Jean Chalmers b 1809, parents James Chalmers and Susanna Calder. Aulay was a Woollen Merchant/Draper/Hosier according to the 1841 and 1851 census records. In 1841 he lived at Duke Street, Glasgow and there was a Mary McKinlay living with the family who was 5 years older than Aulay so I presume she was his sister. In 1851 they were living at 233 High Street, Glasgow and had two medical students boarding with them, Daniel MacAulay and William Stewart both born in Ireland. I have assumed that Aulay's parents were James or John McKinlay and Mary McAulay as these are the names of his first and second born sons and daughter. The children of Aulay and Jean (sometimes called Jane) were James Chalmers, John, Mary McAulay, Alexander, George, Aulay, Thomas Chalmers, and Gilbert Tennant. Four other children had died before 1841, they were Susan, Robert, Jane and Jessie. Aulay (snr), John and Alexander moved to Australia in 1853 and the rest of the family followed in 1855. They lived in Ballarat, Victoria and in other goldmining towns around the area. Aulay died in 1865 and Jean in 1889.
red mail CUMMING, ROBERTSON, MCAUSLAN
Researching the CUMMING, ROBERTSON, MCAUSLAN family from Roseneath, Row, Helensburgh Dunbartonshire and Glasgow Lanarkshire Scotland. Surname Keywords: CUMMING, ROBERTSON, MCAUSLAN
red mail Wilson family
Seeking any information on the Wilson families who were living in Rhu, Archincaple and Blairnairn in the 1700 and 1800's

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