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red mail Alexander Campbell
Alexander Campbell came from Scotland to Australia around 1843 or 1837 m Ellen. He had two brothers John and Colin. Alexanders children: John came out on the ship Berkshire 1841 from Dunning Perthshire at age 32 m Flora McPhee she died1894. Johns children John b 1860, James 1861, Sarah 1864, Robert D 1865, Ernest Edward b 1870, Mary Agnes b1874, Janet Ann(Jean)b1877 d 1925.They had properties in Scone, Armidale, Tamworth, Nundle, Walcha area in Australia. I would appreciate any information. Thank you
red mail Here Come the Glasgow Keelies
Lorne A Wallace collected info and compiled this book. Concentrated on Dunning Evacuees who came from Glasgow Sept 1st 1939. I was evacuated from Carnoustie St School on 1st Sept 1939. My brother and I and many others were taken to Kilbirnie in Ayrshire, not to Dunning. The picture on front cover of this book looks very familiar, in that I believe I remember it being taken whilst I was in the line up at the Railway station in Glasgow. I see a child who could be myself, then Mary Meek, and the girl who was billeted with me...May Nicols..Her brother John at the back of the picture, along with my brother Archie. Would like to confirm this info, with the person who maintains this picture was taken at Dunning Railway station. I am 78, and wish to relate my own story before I pass on. I was given this book as a present from a friend in Glasgow. Would like to say that not all the children went to Dunning. I believe there were too many and the group was split. Would like a reply on this matter if possible very soon.
red mail Penny/Penney/Pennie in Perthshire
I am researching above family in Perthshire and appreciate any information ariound christian name James 1700 -1800
red mail Rutherford - Dunning
Researching Rutherfords in Dunning. Particularly Peter Rutherbord b.1806 and his wife, Isabella CAIRNS.
Can anybody give me information about James Herd who married Isabella Gardiner. They were married in Dunning in 1815 and had 8 children. Their 4th son, Robert Herd, born in Dunning,Perthshire Scotland in 1823. When were they born, who were their parents, when did they die?
red mail 1700 haulier
george campbell,worked in dunning as a haulier in the 1700 hundreds was married to jessie taylor,thay had a son called john.born 1881 in perth or dunning.
I have GREIG ancestors from Dunning, Perthshire, as follows: James GREIG and unknown spouse had Adam GREIG, bap 28 March 1714, Dunning, Perthshire. Adam GREIG married Mary BROWN on 21 Aug 1743, Dunning, Perthshire, and they had at least two children: 1. Janet GREIG, bap 2 Sep 1744, Dunning, Perthshire. 2. Margaret GREIG, bap 15 Mar 1747, Dunning, Perthshire. Janet GREIG married Alexander CHALMERS on 28 Oct 1764 at Forteviot, Perthshire - they were my 5G Grandparents. Does anyone else connect to this family?
Alexander McGregor sailed to Australia on the "Kate" in 1849. he was to join his cousin David Wilson.
James Wilson
James Wilson and Isabella mcDonald resided in Dunning for 8 years before heading to Australia in 1850. isabella, John, Ellen, Janet, Francis and Mary-ann sailed to Botany bay with their parents. Son David and family precede his parents
David Wilson married Isabella Murie in 1848 and immigrated to Australia. Isabella had 2 sons from her first marriage, John and Robert Grant
red mail Elizabeth Johnman
born c 1717 - 5xg/mother married 15 Jan 1744 to Robert Campbell(c1715)Any other information would be appreciated
red mail Johnman Family
Extensive detail of JOHNMAN family originated Dunning 1690s available, down to about 1900 various locations UK US Australia. Jeff

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