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I was just wondering if anyone else working on their family tree has any links with the following people?

Alexander Ogston (b 1701 d 1771) who was married to Ann Scott (unsure on exact dates)
William Ogston (b around 1749 d 1836) who was married to Margaret Robertson.
William also had 3 brothers and 2 sisters. Their names are Alexander Ogston, James Ogston, Margaret Ogston, Jean Ogston, John Ogston.

William and Margaret had 4 children. Their names were Mary, Alexander, Anne, and William.

If anyone has any links to these people in there family tree or any information that would help my research it would be greatly appreciated.


Ricki Ogston

Derry (Londonderry) / Grundle from Coleraine
« on: Tuesday 09 April 19 03:12 BST (UK)  »

I am just wondering if anyone has any connection in their family trees to any Grundle's from Coleraine?
I am having some trouble with my research on my mother's side of the family and it would be good to find anyone who has some information that could help.
My Grandad's name on my mum's side of the family was Ronald Grundle (b. 1933 d. 2017), his brother is Desmond Grundle. I believe his mother's name was Elizabeth Grundle, but I don't have too much information so am unsure of birth dates and exact spelling of names. If anyone has any connections in their tree or has any information that might help, it would be greatly appreciated.



Scotland Resources / Ogston Family History
« on: Sunday 07 April 19 02:42 BST (UK)  »
Hi everyone

I have recently created a website covering the history of the Ogston family. This site covers things like the Ogston family tree, coat of arms, history, clan links, stories, land and properties, with more information, etc going onto the site as we come across it. Hopefully this site will help any Ogstons out there that are working on their family tree or who are just interested in their family history.

The site will eventually have it's own domain name but while the site is a 'work in progress' the address is:

Let me know what you think and if it helps you at all.

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