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Searching for descendants of the above couple. Their children were: Jessie; George Lamond; Ann and Eliza, born 1811, 1813, 1817 and 1821 respectively.
red mail Greig and Mather Families
Any information re the above families would be fantastic. I have James Greig and wife Ann Mather both buried in cemetery in Church of Scotland. Their children were Christina, James, David and Ann. David went to Australia and married Mary Campbell from Loughbrickland, Cnty Down, Ireland. Can anyone help?
Several SHERET/SHERRET lines
Have two full SHERET/SHERRET lines dating back 1740s. Some went to Herefordshire to farm. Others stayed raising large families who farmed in Kincardineshire. Have sources to others of the same name
red mail Valentines of Fettercairn
Interested in James Valentine b 10/5/1801 m. Margaret Guthrie. Probably a farmer like his son John Spark V, but have no info on James or his father John. Any details or further forbears gratefully received. Also of JSVs daughter-in-law Elizabeth Scrimgeour Mowatt.
red mail Harper
Robert Harper b. 1848 Birse, ABD marr Helen Duncan b. 1860 in 1885 in Arbuthnott. Trying to find any of their descendants - their children were Mary Alice bc. 1883, Lily Anne Hellen bc. 1886, William bc. 1886 (d. WW1), Edith J. bc. 1891, Margaret bc.1893, Robert Duncan bc. 1894 (d. WW1), Eveline D. bc. 1896, Susanna E. bc. 1897, Hugh bc. 1889, Clara D. bc. 1901. Family moved to Laurencekirk, and then to Fordoun, KCD - living in Auchenblae c. 1919.
red mail Re Library & Reading Room
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Fettercairn Kincardine NB : 1891 Population : 358 vil - Has a Public Hall,library,reading and recreation rooms.
red mail Leith Of Balmain
Does anyone know where this is? William Carnegie died here in 1880

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