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red mail Bill Cook
Can anyone remember Bill Cook an old friend of mine from the 60's.When I worked in the Dockyard,as a Boilermaker and lived in Elder Place.
red mail Norquoy, Alec
My grandfather, Alec Norquay lived at 174 Parkside Street, Rosyth. I reside in Australia and never met him. I am trying to locate Alec's grave, presumably in Rosyth or Inverkeithing and any other information about him. Alec was born in about 1900 and probably died between 1965 and 1985. My late father, Patrick Peter Norquoy was Alec's only child known to me.
red mail Rosyth + Freemantle
I am looking for any information about my grandparents who lived at 54 Hut, or 54 Old Hub Rosyth during the 1910' and 1920's. My grandfather was described as a "timberman" and "gauger" Can anyone help
looking for any info on CAMPBELL STEPHENSON ANDERSON, c1911, son of JAMES HUGH ANDERSON c1885 AND SARAH MCGILL c1885. lived in fife, at one point at FINDLAY CRESCENT, ROSYTH. CAMPBELL married mary MCNAUGHTON c1907 on 23/09/1933 at church of scotland, kincardine fife? witnesses were alexander SMITH of primrose lane kincardine and mary MCEWAN of greenfield street, alloa. any info would be great leanne
red mail neilson
i'm intersted in finding out information on Neilson family who lived in Rosyth in 1935. I know there was 2 daughters, Agnes and Mary, any information appreciated
Holroyd, Harold
My Uncle Harold worked at Rosyth Dockyard before WW2. He lived in North Queensferry and was married to Lily. I would be grateful for any information about the family or Rosyth Dockyard at that time.

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