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John McKay WEIR (born Holytown 1887, died Armagh 1939), son of William WEIR (1861-1914) and Mary MCKAY (1857-1930), married Catherine MCCRORY or MCCRORIE (born near Stoneykirk, Wigtonshire 1884, died Armagh 1930) in Armagh 1917. After her death he married Agnes BOOKLESS in 1936 (born Co Roscommon 1883, died Armagh 1974). I have a box of WEIR family photos but they are just nameless faces. Can anyone help me put a face to John or Catherine? I have managed to identify Agnes.
red mail Double Dandgow
My Ancestor Agnes Campbell According To The 1861 Scotland Census Resided At 1 Double Dandgow Which was In The Registration District Of Holytown And The Civil Parish Of Bothwell In The County Of Lanarkshire. Does Anyone Know Where This Address Can Be Found On A Map ?
red mail The" Lands"
I am researching my ancestors in this area and a few addresses I have for my families in the 1800's are Lands eg. Douglas land mcAra's Land and Keith's Land and Hamilton's Land and Jack's Land. I am trying to work out what they mean and where they might be in todays terms. Can anyone help me???? Regards Verity
red mail McVey ancestry.
Trying to trace my McVey ancesters, my G/G/Grandfather Francis born County Tyrone Ireland between 1819/1827, he married G/G/Grandmother Margaret Clark New Monkland Airdrie in June 1842...they had six children Charles, Frank,John,David,Margaret and Elisabeth all born in Lanarkshire... they lived in Coatbridge, and in Holytown where my Father William Lambert McVey was born in 1903, before his Father Frank moved the Family to Plant Street in the Dennistoun Area of Glasgow where I was born... I would appreciate any help thankyou. Ian.
red mail McGill, McGuire,
I am searching for information on maternal grandparents George McGill and his spouse Mary Giblin McGill as well as paternal grandparents John and Margaret McGuire thought to be from Chapelhall. Any information to breakthrough the brickwall would be appreciated.
red mail Baird's Square.
Many thanks to those of you who have contacted me with the whereabouts of the old Baird's Square.I now know where it was. Any Suggestions for Douglas's Land?, also in the village C1893. Thanks. Gail

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