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Does anyone have info on the above address please? On old maps it looks like a collection of buildings - is it a hamlet, a large farm or even a workhouse?
I have previously requested info on Elizabeth born 1801, Innerwick - I now know that her maiden surname was PARKER but I still have no further background on her parents. Help!!!
red mail ELIZABETH RICHARDSON (nee Parker)
In 1841 Elizabeth, born 1801, lived at Woodhall in the civil parish of Innerwick, possibly married to WILLIAM(?) Richardson an agricultural labourer, born c1796 in Cocksburnpath. They had children James and David b1821; William b1826; Agnes b1830; Mary b1835; George b1837 and Alison b1840. GEORGE was my g-grandfather and he married JANET McKAY from Sutherland before settling in Wales. Does anyone have any information on George's siblings descendants please?
red mail Lawsons Innerwick
Is anyone researching the Lawson family who lived in Innerwick in 1722 until at least 1745. James Lawson and his wife Sophia (nee Laurie) had a least 10 children.Members of the family still lived in Innerwick in 1769.The children were called William,Margaret,John,James Alexander,Gavin,Sophia,Agnes,Isobell and Janet.
William Stewart
Anyone know of the Stewart Family who lived at Brandsmill until the 1950's. Wann,Mathieson and Tears are also related to this family.William stewart was a Forester - his wife Margaret McLeod was born in the Isle of Skye and two of her sisters also settled in Dunbar and may have had a shop there.
red mail Bell, Wood, Arnot
Dennison Erskine Bell married Margaret Arnot in about 1810, one of their children Andrew married Isabella Wood in about 1831, and they settled in Australia with their seven children in 1854. Could anyone researching this family please make contact

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