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Re: John Mcgeorge
« Reply #18 on: Sunday 19 August 18 21:26 BST (UK) »


This looks like the family in 1841

David is an ag lab rather than a solicitor -

Glasgow Street, Troqueer
David, 35, Ag Lab b. KKD
Jane, b. Scotland
James,11, b. KKD
Anne, 4, b -do-
Mary, 1, b. -do-


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Re: John Mcgeorge
« Reply #19 on: Sunday 19 August 18 21:54 BST (UK) »
Gadget, this is also a Galloway name, given in "Galloway Gossip!"  variously as McJore, Georges & Ure!


Skoosh.


Iíll track down the 1956 marriage certificate and let you know!


I'll have to get mine down.

So we have him born Dundee, D & G and Liberton. I'll check D & G records for David McGeorge.

Do you have the 1856 marriage cert, Tom:


I think this is their marriage reg~

John McGeorge and Elizabeth Hill are on the same page :
Dec q, 1856, Sunderland, vol 10a page 483

If you get this cert, their fathers' names and occupations will be on it and you can work backwards from there.


I've had a look on Durham Record online but nothing so far.

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