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red mail The Scotts of Kilmarnock
I am interested in sharing information about my 2 x great grandfather John Scott born c 1813. He was a calico printer and weaver and married Margaret Wilson in 1839. His parents were Thomas Scott born in Tarkardha Brae, Kilmarnock on 16/7/1786 and Christian Findlay Wilson (1760-1821)
red mail Mirrion Sampson of Kilmarnock
Interested in sharing information about Mirrion who was the child of Hugh Sampson (1816-1886) and Mary MacDonald (b 1819). Mirrion married my great grandfather John Scott in the Bridgeton free church in Glasgow on 6th September 1872 and the couple had two children Mary MacDonald Scott born in 1873 and Andrew in 1875. She must have died between 1875 and 1877 but I can find no record of this. John moved South and remarried in Kidderminster in 1879.
red mail Morton Family
This family is famous in the Kilmarnock area and goes back to the 18th century at least. One Morton married a Jean Gemmill and was daughter of a Barbara & Alexander Gemmil . Does anyone know anything? Gemmill or Gemmell goes back to the Brown family related to the Christian Carrier, murdered as a Covenanter.
red mail Thomas Morton & Janet Robb
Thomas Morton and Janet Robb are also my 5x great-grandparents. They were married in Ayr on 8 February 1743. I would love to get in touch with you to exchange information. Grant
red mail Munro/Ramsay
Frances Margaret Munro previously Ramsay nee Potter died in Kilmarnock in 1977 age 75. In 1940 she lived in Wallasey and on 21 Dec 1940 her home in Manor Rd was bombed and she lost her husband and mother. As far as I know she was childless. I would love to know something of her life between 1940 and 1977.
red mail WALLACE & DICKIE families, Kilmarnock
Looking for information regarding the WALLACE, Thomas (about 1799-1884) and DICKIE, Isabella (about 1799-1871.) I have marriage bans from Loudon & Kilmarnock, Ayr Oct & Nov 1818 & guessing both born near or in Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland? Both died Clarke, Durham, Ontario, Canada. Children of this marriage were Elizabeth (1819 Kilmarnock-1909 Canada) Elizabeth is the only child born in Scotland; the remaining children were born in Canada. Robert (1823-1912) James (1825-1893) Mary Jane (1826-1901) Isabella (1833-1915) Agnes (1836-1933) Marion (1842-1914) Particularly interested in connecting with family in Scotland, have plenty of info to share re Canada & US.
red mail WYLLIES of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
Robert Wyllie 1620 & Marion; James 1646 & Janet Smith; James 1677 & Janet Snodgrass; James 1711 & Margaret Miller; James 1734 & Mary Connell; John 1765 & Elizabeth Brown; Robert 1807 & Catherine Jones of Anglesey, Wales; Henry 1852 of Cumbria & Adeline Cobb of Kent.
red mail McIntyre Family
I am looking for information on David McIntyre, baker of Kilmarnock, born c1812, married Margaret Hopkin/s in c1836. David's parents MAY have been Donald McIntyre and Catherine/Kathrine Buchanan. Can anyone help with confirmation of these details?
red mail Alexander Lindsay
I am trying to find anyone who may have known Alexander Lindsay who had a bakery in Kilmarnock on Glencairn Street in the 1930's and 40's and possibly beyond. He may have had a son also known as Alexander Lindsay. My grandmother, Margaret (Peggy) Morton, worked in his bakery in the 30's. Any information on the Lindsays would be very appreciated.
red mail Paton Family from Kilmarnock
Seeking to trace the ancestors of Hugh Paton b. abt 1830, Kilmarnock to Robert Paton (blockcutter) and Janet Robertson; and Mary Lynch, b. abt 1829, Kilbride to Peter Lynch (labourer) and Sarah Durrock/Darrock or Darrock. Hugh Paton m. Mary Lynch in Geelong, Victoria, Australia 19 Dec 1853. They had five children before he died in Carngham, near Ballarat, Victoria in 1861. Acc. to Court Records, Hugh's estate (he had become a shopkeeper) was administered by his brother Robert Robertson Paton on behalf of his surviving wife and children (one of whom, another Hugh) was my grandfather). Very grateful for any help.

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