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red mail McNeil/Attwood/Watson.
Looking for any links to a Jeanie McNeil (my gt grandmother). She was living in the parish of Cambusnethan in 1909 when she gave birth to my grandfather, Edward Henry Attwood illegitimately. (the father was Edward Henry Attwood of Caledonian Road, Wishaw). The only details I have of Jeanie are that she gave birth at 32 Orchard Row, Overtown and that she states she is a grocers assistant. The baby was taken in by the Attwood/McKenzie family of Kirk Road, Wishaw who were in fact the babies aunt and uncle. Any information would be gratefully received.
red mail Rev. James Crawford Laing
I am trying to track dates around 1870's when my grandfather Rev. James Crawford Laing was minister in Cambusnethan. He may have left to go to United Presbyterian Church in Harrogate. If you have any information I'd be most grateful. David
red mail Cambusnethan
4th GGrandparents Adam Cairns and Janet Paterson:(buried in Cambusnethan Cemetery) children; Marion, David, Mary m James Paterson, Margaret m Thomas McCreadie, James m Margaret Sommerville, William, Hendry, (Andrew m Helen Kerr (3rd GGrandparents), John m Christina Allan, Agnes m Andrew Crocket, Archibald m Margaret McDonald, Adam m Janet McLean, Elizabeth m James Butler.
red mail Thomas Smith/ Mary Hepburn
Thomas Smith b. 1826 Hamilton, married to Margaret Hepburn of Cambusnethan, children: Margaret- 1839, Thomas-1841, Catherine-1844, James-1846, Isabella -1848, Jane-1851, Janet-1854,Helen-1856, and Sarah-1860 all born in Cambusnethan. Thomas dies in 1887 in Wishaw, and Margaret in1893 in Newmains. Any cousins out there?
red mail Hepburn/ Douglas family
Looking for any information on the family of James Hepburn married to Margaret Douglas on 29 Oct 1808 in Cambusnethan. Their children were: Catherine - 3 Oct 1809, Jean- 29 Dec 1811, Margaret-31 Oct 1813, Janet- 23 Jul 1815, Helen- 13 Jul 1817, Mary - 6 Feb 1820, George 22 Jun 1822, and Douglas 17 Apr 1825, all children born in Cambusnethan. Looking for parents of James and Margaret, birth and dates dates are unknown. They are not found in the 1841 census, but I have found several of the children. I've hit the "brick wall" with this family. Thanks for any help, would love to connect with any cousins :)
red mail alexander roberts
alexander roberts married catherine rhinds born 1876.catherines parents were miles rhinds/ryan and annie weir.alexander and catherine and alexander are buried at cambusnethan cemetry with miles.
red mail miles ryan
my gt gt grandfather miles ryan lived in cambusnethan,he died in 1929 and is buried in cambusnethan cemetery,his daughter catherine and son in law are also there.miles and his wife annie weir had 7 children michael,catherine,twins william and mary,jessie,david and benjamin
John Smellie
What is known of John Smellie whose parents William Smellie and Janet Neilson married in Cambusnethan in 1735? He probably became a Jamaican merchant.
red mail Douglas, Laurie, Brownlie
Looking for information on ancestors or descendants of Robert Douglas born about 1722 in Evertown, Cambusnethan and his spouse Marion Laurie of Lesmahagow who were married 1747.They had at least 3 children James b 1748, Jean b 1750 and Gavin b 1752 all born in Cambusnethan. Gavin married Elizabeth Brownlie who was born Cambusnethan about 1752. Their children were born in Dalserf.
red mail Wardrope
Looking for information on any ancestor or descendant of Thomas Wardrope, born abt 1781 and 1)Elizabeth Craig. They had at least 4 daughters Margaret, Betty, Sarah and Mary born between 1804 and 1815 in Cambusnethan and 2)Helen Marshall. Thomas and Helen were married 1818 in Cambusnethan and had at least 4 children Janet, Thomas, Ann and John between 1819 and 1829
red mail BOYD family
I am keen to find any further information on the BOYD family that lived in Cambusnethan 1840- c1900's. George Boyd(b1842) married Martha Morton(b1838) had several children. Any help let me know. thanks Robbie
red mail mcfarlane
Has anyone got any families belonging to James Mc Farlane cotton weaver & Jane Prentice his Wife. I know of William and George, thanks
red mail Cairns/ Allan families
looking for families of william and Betty jane nee Allan, Cairns, and Samuel Allan and Jane Park. There are also Mcfarlanes here and Steels. Any info on any of these most appreciated.William mc Farlane m. Margaret Allan his parents James mc Farlane and Jane Prentice, thanks Lorraine
red mail Rope /FarrellFamily
I am currently researching the Rope family from Cambusnethan. My Grandmother was Margaret (Rope) Farrell. Help
red mail RYAN(S)
Am looking for Ryans from Cambusnethan. Before 1900 the census lists their name as Ryans after it has been shortened to Ryan. Patrick Ryans married Agnes McGown(Ireland) Michael Ryans married Catherine Docherty (born in Ireland moved to Scotland) Children I know of are Miles and Thomas Thomas Ryan married Catherine Wallace Children were Hugh, Catherine and James Hugh Ryan married Ellen (Nellie)Christie Catherine married James A. Golding James married Catherine Doolan Hope someone can help Barb
red mail Elizabeth Rodger
I am trying to trace the antecedents of Elizabeth Rodger, who gave birth to my grandfather, Robert, out of wedlock in 1881. She later married one Wilson McMillan. She also outlived my grandfather who died at the age of 39 in 1920. At the time of the birth she was given as a farm labourer.
red mail wilson
I am researching the wilson family from cambusnethan. Alexander wilson married marion spence in 1935. Their son william marriedjane bulloch in 1866 and they had 12 children. They moved to peebles. We are descended from their youngest child, christina who married william gardiner
red mail Stockley
Looking for anyone who is related to Stockley's in Cambusnethan during 19th and 20th Century.
red mail Wren
Looking for information on Wren's living in Cambusnethan during 19th and 20th Century.
red mail Newbiggin, Naismith
Looking for any information on Thomas Newbigging who married Agnes Naismith in 1854 in West Belmont, Cambusnethan.
red mail Flemings - Cambusnethan
Anyone connected to any Flemings from Cambusnethan?
red mail Torrance Wilson
I am looking for any info regarding William Torrance and Mary Wilson who married at Cambusnethan in 1819
red mail Canning's Cambusnethan
I have been researching my Canning family over the past two years and have a wealth of information, from their arrival from Donegal, through their early days in Shettleston to Cambusnethan/Hamilton and overseas. Anyone interested please get in touch.
red mail Frederick White & daughter Mary White b 1838
i am trying to find some information on a Frederick White and his daughter Mary Ann White. Mary Ann was born in 1838 in Ireland and came out to Western Australia at the age of 14. She married a Henry Holt and after he died, she remarried a Henry Wilkinson.
Looking for information on a Margaret Buchan born 28th April 1812 in Old Machar Aberdeen Scotland. She married a John Cassey in Aberdeen.
red mail Cassey or Cassie Family Wishaw
I am trying to find some information on a Peter Cassie who lived at 35 Sunnyside Row Wishaw with his wife Mary and 4 children and died at the age of 39. He was buried in Cambusnethan Cemetery in 1873. Peter was a coalminer in Glasgow. We are also trying to find out some information about his parents, John Cassey and Margaret nee Buchan/Buchanan.
red mail FORREST - LOOKER family
Elizabeth Forrest (c1830 - 1910) and William Looker (c1830 - 1902) married in Cambusnethan - 1850. They had ten children, all born in Scotland (several in Wishaw - Lanarkshire). Believe they worked for Lord Belhaven - William was a coachman or groom. Sometime before 1881, the family migrated southwards - ending up in London, Middx., Hampshire and New Zealand. Would love to know who Elizabeth's parents were ... she may have been born in Douglas ... Children were: Margaret, James, Jessie, Jane, William, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Graham (d in infancy), Alfred and Graham.
red mail Lockhart Stewart
Could anyone help me with thhis family??? Apparently Lockhart was a Blacksmith in Cambusnethan and Married Weir Hamilton in c.1809. Any info. would be gratefully received.
red mail Omoa Poorhouse
Can anyone help with obtaining a record of an application for poor relief for Peter McLachlan. He died on 13 October 1905 at Omoa Poorhouse West District Shotts, age 72. His parents are listed on his death certificate as John McLachlan and Catherine McNeil.(both deceased) Regards Kathleen (New Zealand)
red mail Peter McLachlan
I am researching my family tree and have my Ggrandfather living at 98 Caledonian Road, Cambusnethan on the 1881 Census. He was Peter McLachlan married to Mary McDonald. Children on the 1881 census are George 17, Margaret 14, Peter 12, and Mary 9. Peter is listed as a Coalminer. Would love to hear from anyone interested in the same family. Regards Kathleen
red mail Forrest family, Cambusnethan
I am looking for any info regarding William Forrest, born about 1746, and his wife Margaret Barry, born 1750. Their children were Robert (1772), Marion (1776), Alexander (1778), Margaret (1785) and John (1781) who is my direct ancestor. John came to Canada with his wife Mary Douglas (1779) around 1818.
red mail Thomson & Lindsay families
I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has any information on the descendants of John Thomson and Jean Lindsay married 1796. John was a gardener at Coltness and later moved to Dalbeth, then Whitehill, Glasgow.
red mail Russell and Hamilton
These families were associated with Branchalburn (or Braidshellburn)farm in the first half of the 1800s. Any information appreciated.
red mail Cambusnethan
looking for anyone with information on peter politta hay . born 1880? mother agnes hay. he was born out of wedlock father charles poletti
red mail Cambusnethan Contacts
My earliest knowledge of relations in this parish (and village) comes from about 1830 and the names at that time were PATERSON, SNEDDON, BEVERIDGE and WILSON. Almost every one of my male ancestors worked as a coal miner.

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