Author Topic: PM me for MI's Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard  (Read 39822 times)

Offline swanningaround

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Re: PM me for MI's Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard
« Reply #90 on: Friday 25 May 12 19:10 BST (UK) »
Hi
Do you have information on James Swan, died in Kirkholm approx 1850 aged 2 years
Thanks
Jim

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Re: PM me for MI's Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard
« Reply #91 on: Friday 25 May 12 21:05 BST (UK) »
Hi Jim,

Sorry, there isn't a Swan in the Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard....with a stone that is.

Terry
g grandfather Thomas Borthwick 11/11/1882 - KIA 25/9/1915 aged 33 Kings Own Scottish Borderers

Brothers & cousins to Thomas (Both KIA same day)
Robert Johnstone Borthwick 1898 - KIA 24/3/1918 aged 21 North Staffordshire Regiment

George Lowden Borthwick 1899 - KIA 24/3/1918 aged 19 Royal Scots Fusiliers

gr Uncle Walter Combe b1893 - KIA 12/7/1915 aged 22  Kings Own Scottish Borderers

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Re: PM me for MI's Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard
« Reply #92 on: Friday 25 May 12 21:18 BST (UK) »
Thank you very much for trying. The Swan's only lived in the area for a short time. aaaaaaathey came from Ireland and then headed for Glasgow. It's likely that they could not afford a stone.
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Re: MI's Kirkcolm Old Parish Churchyard
« Reply #93 on: Sunday 09 April 17 03:41 BST (UK) »
Thanks anyway, Terry,
Elaine

This is great, just stumbled upon this post and this is my husbands family members. Do we have further info on this family at all? further down the page it mentions MI booklet to buy, so will try to organise that as well.
Wells-Eaglesfield,Dumfrieshire
Carlyle -Eaglesfield,Dumfrieshire
Underwood - Ruthwell,Dumfrieshire
Grierson - Ruthwell,Dumfrishire
O'Halloran- Limerick
Bryan (O'Brien)Limerick
Hawks/Hawkes - Staffordshire, England
Badgery - Staffordshire, England
Davis-  Cork- Ireland
Neville - Ireland
O'Toole - Limerick