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Selkirkshire / Fell's of Lanarkshire who lived in Peeblesshire & Ashkirk, Selkirk
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 19:04 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Paternal Grandfathers side. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
John Scott Fell (1847 Lanark) married (1870 Biggar) Jemima Murray (1845 Peebles Burgh)
they lived in Ashkirk, Kirkhope & Yarrow where their 6 children were born. Agnes Dickson Fell, Marion Bell Fell, William Murray Fell, John Fell, Alexander Fell, Jemima Murray Fell.
Sadly Marion died aged 18, & Jemima aged 7, I only know they are buried in Selkirkshire, but would like to locate them if possible!
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts

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Peeblesshire / Fell's of Lanarkshire some born Peeble's
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 18:55 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Maternal Grandfathers family. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
Fell - James Ramage Fell was born in Peeblesshire, his parents William Fell & Jane Ramage. William's sister had illegitimate twins born in Lanark, John Hamilton Fell & Jane Hamilton Fell who I believe she lived in Peeblesshire for a short time. I suspect both twins may have been adopted or died in infancy in Peeblesshire.
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts

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Fife / Wilson/Cuningham & Ness/Adamson
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 18:24 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Paternal Grandfathers side. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
Wilson's - Cupar, Dairsie, Kemback, then moved to Midlothian, they were agricultural labourer, carter, blacksmiths, pithead fireman, coal miners, grocer, 1780's -1900
Cuningham - Kemback, 1790's
Ness - St Andrew's, beginning of 1800's
Adamson - Dairsie, beginning of 1800's
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts

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Lanarkshire / Dewar, Fell and Kay
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 18:18 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Maternal Grandmother's side and some of my Grandfather's family. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
Dewar: came from Perthshire/Forfarshire/Dundee, 1800's moved to Glasgow around 1900. William Connell Dewar and Jeanie Sharp lived in Pollock, they had 5 children, Jeanie died age 1 (I recently discovered which non of my family knew about. Robert Kiddie Knight Dewar, John (Johnnie) Dewar, Elizabeth Dewar, William Connell Dewar (jnr).
Robert had 4-5 children from 2 marriages
Johnnie has 21 children from 1 marriage
Elizabeth had 4 children from her marriage to James Fell, and before marriage a son out of wedlock, I think is called James Dewar, born between 1930-33 ish.
(I am desperately trying to trace him for a number of years since I found out about him.) He was raised in Glasgow by his Grandparents.
Sharp - Renfrewshire
Fell - from Lanarkshire but some moved into Glasgow, Herbert (Herbertson) Fell had a Coffee Shop.
Kay - my partners family, they came from Glasgow 1800's to Leith then East Lothian.
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts

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East Lothian (Haddingtonshire) / Kay/Dickson/Blair/Golightly
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 18:08 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Partners Family. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
Kay - from Glasgow to Leith to East Lothian
Dickson's of East Lothian
Blair's of East Lothian
Golightly of East Lothian
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts

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Aberdeenshire / Bruce, Crighton, Fyvie, Mutch
« on: Tuesday 24 January 17 18:05 GMT (UK)  »
Currently I'm researching my Family on my Paternal Grandmothers side. I've some information on names and years as follows ...
Bruce's - Peterhead/Foveran/Ellon/Aberdeen 1800's - 1900's
Crichton's - New Deer 1830's - 1900's
Fyvie's - Tarves/New Deer 1700's - 1900's
Mutch's - New Deer 1800's - 1900's
Also McLennan's from Moray, Ross & Cromarty
I'm happy to share all my research, of which I am looking not only at the Family connections, but their residence, employment and any other interesting facts.

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