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Dunbartonshire, Dumbartonshire, Siorrachd Dhùn Bhreatainn Siorrachd Dhun Bhreatainn (DNB, County, Scotland)
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County town: Dumbarton Other major towns: Clydebank Origins of Name: Fort of the Britons, Scottish Gaelic Population 1801: 20,710 Population 1961: 184,559 Acreage: 154,333 Urban Land 1961: 8.5%
 
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red mail MALCOLM LAIRD of LUSS 1262-1345
Hello, Searching any possible details on him as it seems when looking at various internet trees that his parents were mere children when they had him, which can't be right. Any help you can give would be much appreciated. Regards.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail SIR JOHN CULQUHOUN 1475- 15th August 1536.
Was interested in discovering more about my paternal ancestor Sir John Culquhoun 1475 - 15 August 1536, who married Margaret Elizabeth Stewart, and who's daughter, Elzabeth, would marry Adam John Montgomerie, The Laird Braidstaine, who would eventually die 1st December 1576. Any help on Sir John Culquhoun such as who his actual parents were, would certainly be much greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail SETON, William, 1343-1424 and Janet.
Their daughter Janet 1366-1468 who married James of the family Dunbar is a direct ancestor, though I can get no further than William on any the various genealogy pages; could someone be so kind as to help, plox?
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Margaret Watson Young
Looking for Margaret Watson Young who was a civil servant from Dunbarton, and spent time in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1947. Edited by Curiousfox for privacy of a possibly living person.
Posted: 2019
red mail Familia Anderson de Dumbarton
I'm looking for information about the family of John Alexander ANDERSON, son of James ANDERSON and Isabel WAMP. John arrived in Mexico around 1865 as an installer of machinery for the Textile industry. After 1874 I return to Scotland by machinery. His family in Mexico never heard from him again. Any information will be welcome. He was Mason. (Google translation) Busco información sobre la familia de John Alexander ANDERSON, hijo de James ANDERSON e Isabel WAMP. John llego a México alrededor de 1865 como instalador de maquinaria para la industria Textil. Después de 1874 regreso a Escocia por maquinaria. Su familia en México no volvió a saber nada de él. Cualquier información sera bien recibida. El era Mason.
Posted: 2019
Archibald Cunningham 1795- ?
Born 24 September 1795 in Lutte, Dumbarton, Scotland to John and Catherine Cunningham. I welcome any information on this family.
Posted: 2018
red mail GILLIES, Alexander Marshall
Born 1862 in Mallaig, but he and his family lived for many years in Dumbarton. Parents were Ann Marshall and Angus Gillies. He married Sarah Mulgrew in 1884, his son Angus was born at 1 Poindfauld Tce., Dumbarton 1885. He was a ship's carpenter (journeyman). Last heard of when he married Christina Forbes Roberton in 1907 in Dalmuir.
Posted: 2016
red mail McGowan, McGrath, and Donnally Families
My Great Grandfather William McGowan (1865-1940) and my Great-Great Grandfather John McGowan (1840- ?) were master bakers in Dunbarton. Any information will be greatly appreciated. I have the information for William and his brother James and their wives Mary and Agnes McGrath (sisters) after their arrival in Cambridge Massachusetts. Shawn Irene Piercey
red mail william h purvis
married Margaret McFarlane 1917, glasgow road and newhall st Glasgow, he worked at steel works , does anyone know of any family members thank you
red mail McFarlan
Looking for any information regarding Walter McFarlan born c1755, possibly Bonhill, Dunbartonshire. Walter joined the 74th Regiment of Foot - Argyll Highlanders. This regiment was raised in 1777 (disbanded in 1783) and fought in the Revolutionary War in America during this time. Walter stayed on in New Brunswick along with a number of other soldiers when the unit was disbanded. Keen to know of parents, siblings.

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