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red mail Robert Dunlop father of Janet Dunlop
I am trying to trace the details of Robert Dunlop, my GGG-father and GG-mother Janet Dunlop. Have tried Scotlands People for Janet's Birth Certificate, but haven't yet had success yet. His daughter was born in 1855, and married Charles Shaw in 05/06/1888. According to Wedding Certificate Robert Dunlop was a Grocer and deceased. Her mother Agnes Thomson remarried in 1874 to Christopher Mair. Agnes's father was William Thomson born 1819, died in 1840 at Galston, mother was Janet Dickie who died in 1875. Agnes was born at Burnhead, Galston on 31/12/1831 and died 07/06/1888. Janet was working on Killoch Farm, Mauchline in 1881. 1901 Census mentioned she came from Mauchline, 1911 states Sorn. Helen
red mail Margaret CRAWFORD born c.1830 Mauchline
Margaret married Stewart Bruce, a boilermaker and widower with a young family, at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 31/12/1862. Margaret died in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England in 1880. Children included Stewart b.1867 and Marion 1874-1875. MARGARET CRAWFORD's parents were WILLIAM CRAWFORD and JANET LUCAS of Mauchline. Her brother WILLIAM CRAWFORD married at Beith and then emigrated to Australia. Her sister ANN CRAWFORD married THOMAS CUTHBERTSON at Mauchline. Any info re MARGARET CRAWFORD and other members of this family is appreciated.
red mail McGeachnie Family
I am looking for relatives of Jeanie and Matthew McGeachnie who lived in mauchline in the year 1901. They we both 22 & 27 yo.
red mail Looking for William Love Family
looking for history of Catherine & William Love born approx 1900(Maiden Name Knox)
red mail Jeannie (Jane) Wilson born in Mauchline
Looking for information on Jeannie Wilson daughter of David Wilson and Jane Jamieson. Jeannie was born at Loudoun Street Mauchline on 14 March 1885, her sisters were Agnes and Dinah and her brothers were Hugh, James, David, Andrew etc. Her mother was a Tarbolton woman with relatives relating to the Greggs, Gibsons and Denholms of Tarbolton, Coylton Stair and Ochiltree. They moved from Mauchline to Midlothian a place called NewBattle after the 1901 Census, but I don't think Jeannie went with them, can anybody help. Marlyn
red mail James Carruthers
Looking for information relating to James Carruthers b.Mauchline about 1860. Married Janet (Jessie) McMillan also of Mauchline in 1883.
red mail Patrick Family
Looking for details of the Patrick family, weavers who seem to have left Mauchline in the 1830s or 1840s. Family appears in Calton, Anderston & Bridgeton districts of Glasgow throughout the 19th century - all weavers right into the mid-20th century.
red mail Richmond Family in Mauchline
Interested in corresponding about the Richmond family of Mauchline, Ayr, dating to Matthew Richmond, born c1775, m. Christina Spier. Son Matthew married Janet Wyllie, daugh. William Wyllie of Sorn.
Miller, Rennie
Seek info regarding David Miller and his wife Janet Nelson Rennie - married 1864. They had 13 children, my grandmother being #13 - Agnes Edgar Miller. Thank you.
red mail Mauchline Church Elder
There was a James Lamie in Mauchline who was an elder of the Kirk. Does anyone know the maiden name of his wife? Or names if any of children. James Lamie was also spelt with the B.
red mail Bridgehouse
William Cameron lived at Bridgehouse, Maucline around 1884. Any idea where Bridgehouse was. It was attached to a farm of 66acres run by his Uncle John Wilson
red mail Martin, Miller, Hamilton
Alexander MARTIN m Hellen MILLER Mauchline, Ayrshire 9 Sept 1786; their sons William, c 4 Mar 1787 St Quivox, Ayrshire, Alexander c 31 Jul 1791 and James c 24 Feb 1794 St Quivox. Alexander (Millwright/Mechanic) m Julyan HAMILTON Glasgow 7 Oct 1828.


 
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