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Allan's Land, Bowling
I am trying to find the exact location of "Allan's Land" which in the late 1800's and into the early 1900's (at least) was in an area of Old Kilpatrick known as Bowling. From census materials other streets in the vicinity of Allan's Land included Bankside, Bowling Village, Canal Houses etc. But I can't find a map or reference that shows exactly where Allan's Land was (or is). Can anyone help me please? Thanks
I am trying to trace any details about Margaret Bunting. I think she was born in Glynn, Larne and died about 1918?. Her husband was Archibald McCullock. Her daughter, Margaret was born in Old Kilpatrick, Scotland. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Wallace/Stevenson/ Lawrie
Hello: I am interested in, and have information about, the following families form Dunbartonshire( according to census). Annie or Agnes Stevenson ( 1810-1882) married James Wallace ( died before 1841) children John, Sarah, James, Agnes, Robert, Mary. On Agnes's death cert it lists Robert Stevenson and Agnes Lowrie as parents. All the children were born in Glasgow. On 1841 census Agnes is listed as a widow and a pauper. Thank you
red mail LIVINGSTON Neil..
Seeking Neil LIVINGSTON ( Sawyer ) b.abt. 1776 ,Marr. Margaret PEACOCK , they had a son Hugh born at Kilpatrick 3rd January 1809 bapt.12 February 1809 (O.P.R.)Neil LIVINGSTON was 75 as shown on 1851 census living with his son Hugh in the Parish of Abbey ,Burg of Paisley. Would like to know the birth, marriage ,death, of both Neil and his wife Margaret ,possibly a grave site ?
red mail Robert Millar, Dunglass
This individual is not tied to my search, however, have some records with Robert Millar's name on it. He was a Vintner from Dunglass, c. 1783. I would be happy to supply anyone researching this line.
red mail John Paul m Jean Knox
This couple married on 29 July 1725 and had the following children: Jean (bap: 17/12/1726) in Dunnotter, James (bap: ?/4/1729), Margaret (bap: 30/6/1731), John (bap: 7/4/1734), John (bap: ?/6/1736), Janet (bap: 29/4/1739); Mary (bap: 13/5/1741), Ann (bap: 19/7/1749). Apart from son James, all children were born at Carleith Farm, Old Kilpatrick. Is there anyone else researching this couple?
red mail Archibald Glen, Little Miln
Although not related to my search, I have come across some information on Archibald Glen, c. 1782, who used to live at Little Miln, Auchentorlie. If this ties into anyone's research, please let me know as I can send the relevant documents (old Sasines).
red mail Kelso
My G/mother was a Mc Nicol but her middel name was Kelso and my name as well, when we were little she would tell stories of this relation who played football the champion or the world we lived in The Renton if you have any news I would love to hear from you also there were Kelso that were related Uncle Bob and Aunty Kate and Jim Kelso he was a major in the pipe band he used to thought that pole was very talented I live in Australia would love to have a chat
william stevenson
seeking parents of william stevenson born abt1813 old kilpatrick dunbartonshire he married mary wood she born 1816 old kilpatrick anybody help
red mail Gillon/Gillan/Keenan
Looking for any possible links with Peter Gillan and Ann Kennan (my GGGParents) who lived in Old Kilpatrick from at least about 1843-1860s
red mail Fletcher, born New Kilpatrick c 1791.
When 21 yo William Fletcher enlisted in the British Army in 1814 he gave his place of birth as 'in or near the town of Glasgow', his age as 21 and profession as printer. The only William Fletcher baptised near Glasgow around 1791/2 was at New Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire on July 3, 1791, the son of John Fletcher and Janet King Leitch. In 1826, during his military service in India, William married Mary Anne Reeves (b East Sheen, Surrey 1802) in Cawnpore, Bengal presidency. They had 7 known children, including 4 in India (Elizabeth 1828, William Chisholm 1830, John 1833 and Sarah Matilda 1837) and 3 baptised at St Bride's Fleet St London (Christina Elizabeth 1839, Ann Sophia 1845, Alfred James 1848). In the 1851 census father William was a bookbinder (Chelsea pensioner) and most of the children were bookbinders or bookfolders in the St Bride's district. If we've got the right William Fletcher, his forebears have a rich history which we'd love to compare and share with other descendants. Best wishes, Tom, Melbourne
red mail Edith Waters
Trying to find if anyone has any info about an Edith Waters born 29/05/1915 in Old Kilpatrick has she any family does she have any brothers or sisters? this was my paternal grandmother thanks
red mail Reid/McFarlane
Looking for any descendants of Thomas Reid and Ann McFarlane. Thomas and Ann were married December 31st, 1851 in Glasgow. They had 3 known surviving children. Agnes Grant Reid, born c. 1854 in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire. Thomas, born 1861 in Cardross, Dunbartonshire and Helen, born c. 1864 in Ramsey, Isle of Man. An 8 year gap between Agnes and Thomas suggests that there may have been other children, though as yet unfound. Agnes had 2 illegitimate sons, Thomas Reid, born 17 Feb. 1876 and Parlane McFarlane Reid, born 7 March 1887. Helen (my Gt.Grandmother) married a Robert McCulloch on 4 March 1887 in Govan Glasgow. They had 4 children. Ann McFarlane McCulloch, b. 3 May 1887,Margaret Weir McCulloch b. 7 March 1891,Thomas McCulloch b.17 April 1893 and Catherine Reid McCulloch b.13 June 1900. Does anything from the above ring a bell with anyone. If so, please get in touch.
The Kelso's originated from Bowling, Old Kilpatrick and Cardross - and one of them was an international football player who played for Everton Football Club - also a winner in the first ever Football World Cup where the Renton became the first ever team to win Any information from anyone who thinks they are related or knows of them

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