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Roxburghshire / William Hall / Susan McLean
« on: Saturday 25 April 20 06:26 BST (UK)  »
reached a brick wall with this couple - looking in Selkirkshire and Roxburgh- children they may have had born between 1803 -1820 -galashiels, Roxburgh?
Any help greatly appreciated
William must have died after 1841 as he was with his son George on the census in Galashiels, susan was not their so presume she may have died by then.

Selkirkshire / Richard Lees Hall <1854-1939>
« on: Saturday 25 April 20 06:23 BST (UK)  »
Buried somewhere in Eastland cemetery.  He lived in Galashiels all his life and he was a wool finisher in Netherdale mill.
Richard married twice Margaret Emmond m.1877 d1881 and Margaret Peace Graham m.1887 <1856-1920>
I have census info from 1861 -1911 and would dearly love to find where any of them are buried
Help appreciated

Selkirkshire / Galashiels - George Hall <1888-1967>
« on: Saturday 25 April 20 06:17 BST (UK)  »
My Great grandfather George (Lees)Hall born 13 jul 1888 Galashiels, his parents- Richard Lees Hall + Margaret Peace Graham.
George married twice #1 Henrietta Ingles Currie (1887-1953) m 1910 Galashiels, #2 Netta Wray (1903-1990) m 1955 Galashiels.

Im looking for the burials for them (Henrietta Ingles Currie Hall is Interred at Eastlands Cemetery) - would love photos if possible- or inscription
George was a woollen warehouseman/ commerial traveller.  Where would he have been buried or was he cremated?  Any obiturays?
Would he have served in WW1 if employed in this employment, (i cant find any military records for him to date.
Any help appreciated

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