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Offline Jamborae

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Martin/Lee
« on: Wednesday 11 January 17 22:39 GMT (UK) »
Hi I'm new to this but I'm looking to trace my grandads family who are from alloa/fallin area.  My grandad was Hugh Martin born 1930, who married Euphemia Christie in 1953. His dad was Con and I believe he had cousins in Fallin. His sister was Helen who emigrated to America. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'll post more once I get more information. Thanks

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Offline CaroleW

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Re: Martin/Lee
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 January 17 22:59 GMT (UK) »
Hi and welcome to Rootschat

If you are looking for living relatives - Rootschat has a "no living persons" policy.

If you want to trace his ancestry - buying a copy of either your grandfathers birth cert or marriage cert will give you both his parents names and his mothers maiden name

That information will enable you to find his parents marriage and their respective parents names

Scotlands people is the only website for that info and it is pay per view via purchase of credits

You will have to order copies of his birth/marriage certs as that period cannot be viewed online (see below)

www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk


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