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Offline OperaTenor

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Re: Migrants from Isle of Bute Scotland
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 16 November 16 20:30 GMT (UK) »
Hi Jill,

This is Jim Boydston. I just joined this group so we could perhaps work together on our family histories.

To All: I am also a descendant of James Muir of Barone Park. I visited the farm he built in Michigan in 1897, and named for Barone Park on the Isle of Bute, just this last weekend. I can hopefully post photos here.

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Re: Migrants from Isle of Bute Scotland
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 18 May 17 22:05 BST (UK) »
MURRAY family of Donald Campbell MURRAY, painter & galzier of Montague St, & later Crichton Road & his wife Jane JOHNSTON
  • Family of son George MURRAY moved to Glasgow then Dundee, many children, one (my branch) to Worcester, England
  • Family of daughter Jane Lindsay Campbell MURRAY moved to South Africa
  • Family of son John Johnston MURRAY moved to Sydney NSW, Australia

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