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red mail Cree or Findlay
I am searching for any family of Hugh Cree. He was the brother of George Findlay Cree who was born Nov. 17 1912, as well as Robert and Margaret. Robert died during WWII. Margaret immigrated to New Zealand. Family also of Caroline Findlay.
red mail David McNaughton-Catherine McGill
Seeking information on David McNaughton from Muirkirk, his parents and siblings. Birth circ. 1827, death unknown. Married Catherine McGill, 11/21/1841, in Kilmarnock. They had a son, Danial, born 11/22/1855, in Riccarton, and a daughter, Catherine, 5/16/1864, also in Riccarton. Daughter married Alexander M. Higgins of Glasgow about 1886. Thanks in advance...
red mail Mushet, Hamilton, Adam, Deniveen
John Mushet married Jean Hamilton in 1803 in Kilmarnock. John b. 1784 seems to have been a son of James Mushet and Janet Adam - who had eleven children. James b.1750 was in turn the sixth child of Henry Mushet and Janet Deniveen or Dinniveen. Is this useful to anybody - I have some more info if it helps - or does anyone have information going further back on this family?
red mail Haining
Looking for family members namely Laura Haining married McClung then Allen brothers Stewart Haining Henry Haining Father John Haining Mother Ethel Bird
red mail Mushet and Hamilton
James Mushet, born in Kilmarnock 1804, parents John Mushet and Jean Hamilton who married in 1802. James married Helen Garrie (also spelt Gorie), in Glasgow, and died in 1870 in Hutchesontown, Glasgow. He was an engine fitter - and from his death record so was his father. On the death record, the parents are given as James Mushet and Jane Hamilton, but it's more likely to be John and Jean. Anybody with info on Kilmarnock Mushets and Hamiltons?
red mail GIBSON
I am looking for information on my G-G-G-Grandfather ROBERT GIBSON born about 1770. He married KATHERINE MARSHALL on 23 Dec. 1791 in Kilmarnock.
red mail GIBSON
I'm seeking information on ALEXANDER GIBSON born on 31 March 1806 and his Father ROBERT GIBSON born around 1768. Both were born in or around KILMARNOCK and were my direct ancestors.
red mail robertson or innes
grand mother married james calder innes in 1920 she was brought up in no 8 dundonald road does any one have any information about this family
red mail McGary or McGarry family in 1860's
John,Sr., Catherine, Annie, John, Jr., Catherine, Ellen, Margaret and Mary Ann McGarry or McGary are my ancestors. I've traced them back to my great-grandmother's birth in Kilmarnock on March 17, 1864 and the family living there in the 1871 census at 2 West George Street, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, UK. John, Sr. and Catherine (mother) were married on 1856 Sept 23rd in the County of Armagh, Ireland. Any records for the other children or birth records for the parents would be appreciated.
red mail Gillies/McCulley family in Kilmarnock
I'm currently looking for information on James McCulley who married Mary Gillies on September 11th 1896 in Kilmarnock. James and Mary went on to have a large family which included Jessie Johnson McCulley (born 1898), Robert McCulley (born 1903) and Isabella M Bottomley McCulley (born 1914). It is thought that James McCulley worked as an engineer machinist and originated from Ireland. Isabella McCulley is thought to have become an orphan at an early age (between 5years - 10years) with her mother, Mary, dyeing shortly after her birth. James later went on to marry another female (name not known). Any information about the family, siblings, orphanages would be appreciated. Many thanks

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