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Lanarkshire / Re: A72 and Honeybank Rd. Carluke
« on: Thursday 20 September 18 09:48 BST (UK)  »
Who were your Great grand parents ?

Graeme, There is no Honeybank Road in Carluke as I said I was born and brought up right next to Honeybank. It had about 4 to 6 houses there and was just of Belstane Road. The houses belonged to the Coal board.

Lanarkshire / Re: A72 and Honeybank Rd. Carluke
« on: Wednesday 19 September 18 20:34 BST (UK)  »
I was born and brought up in Carluke and I have never heard of Honeybank Road Carluke.
Honeybank in Carluke was not far from where I was born. It was only known as Honeybank and was miner houses. As far as the A72 this is no where near Carluke. That Road runs from Hamilton to Lanark along the Clydeside. The name of the person you are looking for would help and maybe I can help you as there was no more that 6 houses at Honeybank.

Lanarkshire / Re: Main Children
« on: Sunday 26 November 17 22:06 GMT (UK)  »
If you tell me what you are looking for I will gladly help

Lanarkshire / Re: Main Children
« on: Sunday 26 November 17 09:15 GMT (UK)  »
On my tree I go back as far as William's mother and father who died in 1866 and are buried in Lanark. I found their grave. I also have Mary's mother and father. I do not have dates yet as I am still searching the same line.

Lanarkshire / Re: Main Children
« on: Saturday 25 November 17 17:30 GMT (UK)  »
 I have the copy of Mary Bryce Main and her twin sister Janet Mains' birth certificate and they were born in Nemphlar near Lanark on the 11th of November 1868. parents William Lockhart Main and Mary Bryce who were married in Lanark on the 18th July 1851.
 As it was mentioned  earlier in Scotland Janet becomes Jessie in lots of families

Lanarkshire / Re: Main Children
« on: Friday 24 November 17 10:43 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Cienna, William Lockhart Main and Mary Bryce had seven children being as follows:-

Christina Lockhart Main  1857 - 1936
Margaret Main 1859 - 1889
Robert Lockhart Main 1861-1862
Robert Lockhart Main 1863-1885
William Lockhart Main 1865-1871
Mary Bryce Main 1868- ?
Janet Main 1868-1955.

Janet married John Carswell  1871-1942 They married in Nemphlar in 1894  and had three daughters

Jeanie Walker Carswell born 1902
Christina Lockhart Main Carswell born 1904
Margaret Carswell born 1908

William and Mary were my G.G. grandparents both died at Jubilee cottage in Nemphlar and are buried in St. Kenigerns graveyard in Lanark

Lanarkshire / Re: cambusnethan grave search
« on: Saturday 25 February 17 22:33 GMT (UK)  »
Hi moo, yes I have Hepburn and William Thompson on my tree
Can you tell me what you are looking for and maybe I can help you.
It is very late now so I hope you come back to me and I will give you the info you are looking for
Sorry I am working tomorrow (Sunday) but will do my best

Lanarkshire / Re: look up offer - crawfordjohn death records
« on: Thursday 25 August 16 14:54 BST (UK)  »
Hi, it's been a very long time since I was on roots chat.

Looking for dates  for the following people who died and were residents of Crawfordjohn.

Thomas French (B) 1742 -
Elizabeth French Nee Carmichael (B) 1747 -

Jean Hunter wife of William Thomson (B) 1823 -

Other names that I have from Crawfordjohn are

 Thomas French married Elizabeth Carmichael
 David French married Jane Milligan
 Hope Hunter married Sarah French
 William Thomson married Jean hunter
 William Cairns married Catherine Thomson
 Hope Thomson Cairns Married Jeanie Cocherin Johnstone

Would appreciate any information you can give me for these people
EG. are they buried at Crawfordjohn

Many thanks

Lanarkshire / Re: List of ministers of Douglas in the 17th century
« on: Saturday 23 February 13 14:13 GMT (UK)  »
Rev Peter Kidd was imprisoned at Bass Rock for repeatedly to recognise CHARLES 11 as head of the church.
His grave can be found in Carluke churchyard.

This can be found at discover the covenanters in Lanarkshire
check out thr memorials in rural Lanarkshire.

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