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Re: Finlator Cameron of Louth
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 02 December 17 21:19 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rob.
Thanks for contacting me. Yes, I too have a copy of Finlators Will.
As you will know the bible was inherited by his son, Rev Finlator.
The bible has the fathers name and date of 1789 on the spine.
In 1868 it was gifted to Jane Warner by her mother. Jane seems to be a descendant of Charlotte Gravesí brother.
There are no family history pages in the bible.

I have done some research and established a family tree on ancestry. Pics and documents are attached in the tree.
If you are on ancestry you can search Finlator Cameron Family Tree.
Offhand I canít remember if I made it public or left it as a private tree but you can send me a request to view it if it is private.

All I discovered is in the tree on ancestry.
Thanks Rob
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Re: Finlator Cameron of Louth
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 03 December 17 14:11 GMT (UK) »
Thanks. By a quirk of fate Finlator's  great niece married a Thomas White , who was in the Royal Marines based at Chatham but from the Louth area. In the mid 1870's  they moved back to Lincolnshire and started a family. My mother knew this niece who died in 1930. Whether she knew of her great uncles influence in the area I don't know. I have come across information about his ministry which I will dig out for you.

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Re: Finlator Cameron of Louth
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 03 December 17 22:55 GMT (UK) »
Thank you for the new info. And yes, I would appreciate the updates.
I will send you a pm for future contact.
Thanks Rob.
Critchley, Morgan, Mogford, Marks, Price,  Pryce,Hammond, Lambert, (Davis) Lane and Thomas in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Somerset to South Wales.  Northover, Samways, Stevens, Clark, Ridge and Thornhill in Dorset