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red mail star jeemes
looking for information on Star Jeemes my great grandfather from Cellardyke.
red mail Children of Robert Stewart
I am looking for details of the descendants of the children of Robert Stewart(b1833 Kilrenny) and Isabella Latto(b1839 St Monance) Jessie Stewart(b1864 Celladyke)Peter Stewart(b 1866 Kilrenny) Agnes Stewart(b1872 Cellardyke) and William Stewart(b1875 Cellardyke) Robert Stewart was lost at sea aboard the Vigilant in the storm of November 1875 Any information on any of these would be most helpful
red mail watsons cellardyke
In the 1850's I wonder how many James Watsons lived in the Cellardyke area, I know Watson was a very common name there. My GG Grandfather was James Watson who migrated to Australia, in 1854 after surviving the Tayleur ship wreck off Lambay Island. He was Alexander Watson(Mason) and Margaret Donaldson's son
I am doing my family tree & my grandmother was born in Cellardyke in Dec. 9, 1889. Her name was Andrina Wood Fleming. She immigrated to Canada (Manitoba) with her brother, George, in 1906. She married Alexander (Sandy) Cockburn in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1909 & settled in Daysland, Alberta. She died Feb. 19, 1954. Any info re this family would be appreciated.
red mail Watson
Given the genelaogical research that I have been able to do on his family line, his grandfather (Robert Birrell Watson) was born to James Watson (son of James Watson and Elspeth Salter) and Margaret Birrell (daughter of Robert Birrell and Margaret Imrie Watson) of Cellardyke in County Fife. Robert was born on July 26, 1882. He married Janet (Jessie) Donaldson Scott, daughter of John Scott and Jane Brand (married in Ceres in County Fife on January 16, 1868) on July 23, 1914 in Leith, Edinburgh. They immigrated to Nova Scotia. I am hoping to make contact with distant Watson family members on behalf of my brother-in-law. I am also interested in expanding my knowledge re John Scott (born 1845 to James Scott and Margaret Cunningham)and Jane Brand (born 1840 to Smart Brand and Isabella Wilson).
red mail Baillie George Sharp
I'm producing a family tree and I've found that my Great, great grandfather 'George Sharp' was a baillie in Cellardyke and that part of the main street 'George Street' was named after him. I would love to visit Cellardyke and see it first hand.

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