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Thomson, Grove
James Thomson, weaver, born c1816-1822 possibly in Ireland, married Mary Grove or Groves in Barony in 1841. They had several children, William Thomson b.c. 1843; John b.c. 1845; Samuel b.c. 1847; and Mary Thomson b. c.1850. I think this is the same James who died in 1858; his parents are given as William Thomson, cotton weaver (deceased) and Mary Thomson MS Robinson. The informant is his brother William. I'd be glad to learn any more about James's parents, siblings or his early life, thanks.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for information regarding John Frederick Mackenzie (or George Frederick) Noted as Gamekeeper on son’s marriage cert. Son James Frederick Mackenzie born about 1846 Glasgow or Lennextown Campsie. Left Scotland to work in England
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Norval family
Looking for Norvals in Glasgow from around 1780 to 1950. John Norval a comb maker married Janet Foyar from Campsie, Stirlingshire. Any information would be great.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Isabella Murray
My 3xGreat grandmother was Isabella Murray. She married Henry White at St Marys Church Reading on 18.2.1827 Their first 2 children Charles and Harriet Matilda(my great great grandmother) were born in Reading and then the family moved to the Spitalfields area of London where Mary, Jane and Elizabeth were born. They all worked as Silk handloom weavers. I know Isabella was born in Glasgow in about 1808/9, from information she gave for census between 1851 ans 1881. I do not know whether Isabella was in Reading alone or with her Family, and would love to know more about her and about them too. One of the witnesses at Isabella and Henrys marriage was Mary Murray, who could have been Isabellas mother.Can anyone help me with any information.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail RAF WWII 142 Squadron
I am trying to trace a Jimmy Gallagher who saw action in the Second World War as a bomb aimer in a Wellington bomber, part of 142 squadron. He was shot down and captured 29th May 1944. Surviving crew members and descendants have recently been reunited, Jimmy is still missing.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Elizabeth McDonald
Looking for information on Elizabeth/Elisabeth McDonald, born c. 1854, lived at 96 Dale Street, Bridgeton, married William Barclay in 1876. Her parents James, a calico printer, and Janet (Jessie) or Agnes Hay. Elizabeth had an older sister Ann.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
Wotherspoon, Morton - Associates Session marriage
George Morton married Jean Wotherspoon at the Associates Sessions in Glasgow on 19 May 1754. They had a daughter Jean who married Thomas Wyllie in Kilmaurs/Kilmarnock in 1806. Wld like to hear back from people who know of Associate Sessions marriages and any records for these. Anne
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
Thomas Barclay
Looking for information on my great-grandfather, Thomas McDonald Barclay, born in Glasgow 23 July, 1882. His parents were William Robertson Barclay and Elizabeth Hamilton McDonald. Would love to find out more about any siblings.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail glasgow
john woodcock born england 1818. married to jane ferguson from falkirk. family in glasgow 1880-1910 and connections to rennie and weir families' any help please.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Rennie
Rennie family living in Glasgow- Keppochill -rd 1880-1920. Ann or (Anna) Rennie worked in the ammunition factory at Georgetown near Paisley in the first world-war along with 12000 other women. Any details most welcome.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021

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