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Offline lanarkshire lassie

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Re: Lost great great grandmother, Census 1871
« Reply #18 on: Wednesday 14 May 08 19:26 BST (UK) »
Hello Crookedtail.

I have had a wee quick look on SP and found the following.

1871 census has William. Ann and James (my gt grandfather)Morrison, registered at Uphall,  Linlithgow.

!881 Has William and Family residing at Bo'ness, Linlithgow.
By now, Ann has passed away.

Gail
 
McBride/Steele/McMaster/Tweed -County Antrim
Morrison-Lanarkshire/Edinburgh/Doune/Bo'ness
Coventry- Coatbridge/old monkland/ Kilmacolm/Port Glasgow/Ireland
Wylie- County Armagh/ Old Monkland.
Pender- Old Monkland.
Stirling- Old Monkland.

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Re: Lost great great grandmother, Census 1871
« Reply #19 on: Wednesday 14 May 08 19:36 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Good news....do you have the 1871 1881 census now
so you know who was on it...i could take a look if you
haven't.....crookedtail
Paterson ...Lanarkshire,Old Monkland/Ayrshire
Penman..Lanarkshire,Fife
Brown  ..Old Monkland,Dennistown/Townhead
Moir...Dennistown
Beattie..????
Wood...Renfrewshire
Merrilees...Dennistown/Ayrshire
Davies...Wales
Richards..Wales
Howell..Wales

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Re: Lost great great grandmother, Census 1871
« Reply #20 on: Saturday 02 December 17 21:13 GMT (UK) »
Perhaps I can help, folks, or perhaps we can help each other? I think Margaret McAllister who married John Pender is the sister of my great great grandfather Alexander McAllister. The parents were Angus McAllister and Isabella Young. I can't find much about them but I know lots about Alexander and have researched Margaret too.  I would be happy to share any details I have. Lanarkshire Lass, I'm a Lanarkshire Lad born and bred. Roots are Monklands, Holytown,  Motherwell and Bellshill.

Best regards,

Tom.