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red mail Paterson, Campbell Married Girvan but daughter Marion lived in Dailly
Peter PATERSON m 1798 in Girvan to Janet CAMPBELL. Daughter Marion PATERSON married Henry WASON in 1829 Dailly. Their Daughter Janet born 1943 in Girvan married in Queensland Australia 1867 to Hugh MCCREADY (B 1842 in Ballantrae) Looking for the Father of Janet CAMPBELL---Jeremiah CAMPBELL
red mail McCutcheon farmers and miners
My McCutcheon / McHutchon ancestors in Dailly parish lived at Parkavice or Parkarice, according to the 1841 Census. Does anyone know how I can track down this house? They were farmers but probably worked in the local coal mines. In 1850, there was a fire at one of the Dailly pits that burned for the next 50 years. Perhaps coincidentally, my ancestor William Alexander McCutcheon left the village in 1850 for another mining area, Wrexham in Wales, with his wife and 5 daughters. His son later made a pile selling coal.
red mail Brydens shop, Dailly
I have an old photo of Bryden Grocer in dailly. I don't have a date. Shop has a thatched roof and dress appears to be Victorian. Any clues? John
Rennie's and Copland's
I believe my ggg/grandparents came from the Dailly area in the 1800's they were Samuel Rennie nad Margaret Copland, part of the family then moved to Carlisle, anyone have any info about either family.
red mail scott william cathcart
Looking for decendents of william cathcart scott last address was main street dailly, then married and moved to fife ( lochore ) had a sister named Jean and a brother named Archie. I am his son who lives in australia but dad never talked about his family he has passed away so i would like to find out if anf relations live there. He had twin sons and a daughter and are all living in australi he mirgrated here in 1963 but i do not know when he left ayrshire.he would have been 74years old.
red mail McCreadie
Looking for pictures of THE TOLL Also looking for information on the Low Stables near The Toll, any pictures of Dailly in the early to mid 1900's My mother was Elizabeth (Bessie) McCreadie daughter of James & Jane McCreadie who at one time lived at The Toll. My mother & father Alex Mackenzie also lived at The Toll around 1927.My brother Jack was born at The Low Stables. My mother's brother Alex McCreadie & sister Jean McBride also lived in Dailly. My grandfather James (Jimmie ) McCreadie peddled fruit & vegetables with his horse Queen Elizabeth
red mail searching for decendants of Hughey Alexander
I am searching for information on my paternal grandfather, he immigrated to the US and had an active farm in New Milford Pa. He had two sons Robert and Henry. The childrens mothers name was Edith Seamans, any information would be greatly appreciated. I want to know more of my Irish heritage for myself as well as my children. This is all the information my father could give me as his parents were divorced when he was an infant. Thank YOu
Alexander-Jackson family
Looking for information on the Hugh Alexander-Mary Jackson family. Married in 1815 in Dailly. Children Wylie, Janet, Mary, William, James and Hugh. Hugh born in Ireland. Found in 1841 census living in Glenwells, Dailly.
red mail Mccubbin
My James Mccubbin Died 1822 and his wife Janet McBlain are buried in (New) Dailly churchyard.Thomas was born at Brunston,(Old) Dailly in 1745. The family later moved to Maybole and were weavers there.Does this ring any bells with anyone?

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