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Morayshire, Elginshire, Moireibh, Moireabh (MOR, Moray, County, Scotland)
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County town: Elgin Other major towns: Origins of Name: Seaboard settlement, Scottish Gaelic Population 1801: 27,760 Population 1961: 49,170 Acreage: 304,931 Urban Land 1961: 1.4 %
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red mail Munro/Petrie
I am seeking information about a Charles Munro who married a Mary Petrie around 1854 in or around Tain, Spynie or Elgin in Scotland. I am trying to trace ancestory of Charles's parents who I have unconfirmed as Hector or William Munro and a Mary McKenzie. Mary Petrie's father is Alexander and her mother Margaret but I have little information and no maiden name for Mary's mother. Any assistance would be appreciated.
red mail Duff
I am seeking any history on the Duff family , in particular Jane Duff , who cvame to Australia as a free settler and was my GGGGGrandmother. Jane married a convict and raised a large family in the Bega area of NSW. She was accompanied to Australia by her brother Lewis Duff and his wife. Ideally I would like to make contact with any living descendants in Scotland.
red mail Keils of Morayshire
Looking for info on thr Keils of Morayshire with a connection to Hay & Milne families.
red mail Penuel Smith
I am looking for information on Penuel Smith born 1854 to John Smith and Mary Ann Smith (nee Russell). Apparently she had a daughter out of wedlock in 1873 - Jemima Jane Douglas and the father was James Douglas and then married Alexander Mackenzie in 1877 and had a child Elizabeth Mackenzie born about 1877. From 1877 I have no information about her until 1880 where she married Marcus Wildsoet. He died in 1884 and she remarried Gilbert John Hillier in 1895 and gave birth to Amy Elizabeth Hillier in 1895. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Julie
red mail England Family
i am trying to find information on the family of Robert England of about 1750 - 1770 of the Speymouth area, Morayshire. If you are connected to this family in any way, I would like to hear from you.
red mail Archibald & Rankin
George Archibald and Henrietta Rankin emigrated to Australia sometime before 1875 as they married in Sydney then. Where did they come from in Morayshire, when did they come out to Aus. and then they came over to NZ and died here. They are my great,great grandparents. Not sure where they met or what ship they came out on. Can anyone help me please?? I will be ever in your debt. Thank you very much
red mail Hay Family
Looking for relatives of James McDonald Hay and Jessie Ross. They were married Nov. 1915, moved to Canada and had five children Eileen, Winney, James, Fred and Jessie.
red mail John Stewart & Mary Sutherland
I am looking for information about my great, great, great grand father John Stewart who was a soldier & married to Mary Sutherland around 1800.They had a son James who died in a farming accident in 1866.
red mail Ross, Morayshire esp Edinkillie parish
Looking for any information on the family of William ROSS (possible DOB 14 Feb 1807) - who married Ann CUMMING (b 3 Jan 1807)in Edinkillie parish on 7 Feb 1830. Had seven children: William (b 1831), Helen (b 1832), Ann (b 1834), Donald (b 1836), James (b 1839), John (b 1841) and Alexander (b 1845). According to the 1841 and 1851 census, they were farmers on a property called Culfern Farm, which was owned by the MCPHERSON family until 1833. Eldest son William, my great, great grandfather emigrated to Australia between 1852 and 1860.

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