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Hi MattE, Wow, this thread was begun so long ago! I am not exactly sure where the shop was. The numbers seemed to change on every census, valuation roll and registration certificates. Your man may well have used the same premises but I do know there was another butcher in Irvine at the same time as ...
Hi all, I am fairly certain of my paternal grandmother's Easton line up until about 1752 with the birth of an Agnes Paterson. She married a John McCouat (var.) and their daughter Agnes married Robert Easton. On Ancestry.com there is a public tree which lists Agnes Paterson's birth in March 1752 in R...
- Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:58 am
- Forum: Institutions
- Topic: Whole family in poorhouse!
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Hi Striker11, Nice to have a new member! [TS_welcome] I found a marriage certificate for their daughter Mary Carden and it says that the surname is actually Derrick, very clearly written. Of course that information is as only as good as the informant and the registrar, but I thought it worth mention...
- Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:20 am
- Forum: Success Stories
- Topic: Found Helen McConnachie
- Replies: 2
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Well done! It's always nice to put some family tree pieces together. It's particularly lively that you got to speak t people who knew her. I've recently come into contact with some long lost cousins who can tell me all about their grandmother, my great great aunt. It makes everything so much more me...