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Looking for family of Elizabeth Wilson (Betsy) , she married John Rutherford (b1800 d 1865 Kirkgate Perth).they were married in Forgandenny on the 24th May 1824. They had 4 children Catherine,James,John and William. John is my Great,Great Grandfather. Any help would be appreciated Thank you
red mail Barlas family of Forgandenny
I am researching the Barlas family from Forgandenny in particular Andrew, James & Robert Barlas James & Robert were builders, and I would appreciate any help. They later lived in Bridge of Earn (I think) Thanks
red mail Boatloan
Can anyone give me information about Boatloan? It was evidently a croft in or near the village of Forgandenny occupied by the Hutton family from 1853 to 1885. I would like to know exactly where it was, and if anyone has a photo and some details of its history I would be very grateful.
red mail Hutton family
Researching family of Robert Hutton and Grissel Duff who were married 3rd Nov 1826. Have information on Alexander (b1838) and William (b 1840)who emigrated to Australia; would like to know more of their siblings, particularly John (b 1828) who seems to have disappeared without trace.
red mail Gormack-Frazer
Looking for information on John Gormack and Margaret Frazer; especially on Johns parents Daniel Cormick and Katherine Monroe. Am needing death date for John; and more information on Margaret; and also more details on their children. Help would be appreciated thank you Sue
red mail Garland/Martin/Martain/McKenzie
I am looking for relatives of John Garland DOB c1827(Shoemaker)who married about c1856 to Ann Martin (Martain) DOB c1832. Their children included Isabella, Margaret, David, John and Alexander. Any relatives out there? Please do contact me. Many thanks.

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