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red mail Trail, Traill, Traille
Looking for any connection to the above family particularly Ann Trail who immigrated to Australia c 1854, any information greatly appreciated. Thankyou.
red mail Cecins
Looking for information re Bernhards and Alma Cecins - displaced persons from Latvia who worked at Kirktonhill Gardens, Marykirk after WW2. Bernhards died here and we would like to find where he was buried
red mail Mathers Family,Marykirk, Kincds.
My family are Mathers family of "The Roost" Marykirk, also Mathers of Lethnot & Navar. Also researching Coulls & Tosh families of Angus.
red mail the will family
lived in marykirk 16th -19th century moved to carnoustie and dundee late 19th century family names- robert, george, david,william, any information about family would be helpful . my grandfather david was a miller at duddingston mill in the early 20th century
red mail will family
looking for any infor mation about the mill of thornton and waterside of newton marykirk. my family named will worked there as agricultural workers and grain millers from the 17th century till the end of the 19th century.
red mail Greig - Mitchell
David Greig and Catherine Mitchell married Marykirk 1809 and had 17 children, born Marykirk and Arbuthnott. Family mostly in S.W. Kincardineshire and Eastern Angus. Also Arbroath. Any descendants?
red mail Sherrets In Marykirk
Searching for Sherrets and variations in and around Marykirk 1860- 1868.

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