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Offline GillSmith

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Calvert New Abbey-Dumfies
« on: Sunday 27 March 05 21:28 BST (UK) »
Anyone connected to Calverts who lived in New Abbey- they were employed at the saw mills
Some moved to Dumfries
My line went to Liverpool - Mary Calvert b1828 Dalton married David Todd in New Abbey and later settled in Liverpool

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Calvert Scotland<br />Coleman Ireland, Flynn Co. Mayo.<br />Gough Ireland,O'Brien,Ireland Smith, Todd Scotland, Tovey Wales and Bedminster, Donley Ireland and Cumbria, Morrine Scotland,Grierson Scotland,Maban Scotland,Bell Scotland, McKie. Hurse from Somerset. Scotland.<br />Johnston Scotland.<br />Hope Scotland<br />Rea Scotland<br />Jardine,Elliot Scotland,Almond,Smith England, Hodges Cheshire.<br />Thompson Northern Ireland,<br />Ireland,Scotland and Wales

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Re: Calvert New Abbey-Dumfies
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 22 November 08 19:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi Gill - just found this one - I'm descended from David Todd as well.  His daughter Mary married Henry Black and they are my great grandparents.
  Have quite a lot about the Calverts and three other contacts - one from David Todd and 2 from New Abbey/Canonbie.
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Calvert,Todd, Dumfries-shire
Black,Jones,Todd, Thompson, McDougall, McNair  Liverpool
Black  Ellis    Anglesey
William Kelsall Tait, Elizabeth Filkin Astbury  Staffs
McDougall  Mull, Oban, Greenock
McNair  Fairlie
McFarlan Greenock

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