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Offline Alba

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Re: A 1922 Swindon Problem
« Reply #18 on: Saturday 19 June 10 12:39 BST (UK) »
Kris   You are a Star  ;).
   

 1911  - Did you locate this info from the Ellis Island records? I had a look there but didn't find this gem.

The names and dates work in.   I have been doing some digging from here and find that part of the parternal family went out to Philadelphia to live, so although he gave a maternal uncle's name on ships records, he may have gone to a Aunt in Philadelphia....

Many thanks for all the input, I have been very fortunate in finding you all.

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Renfrewshire - Black, Blackwood, Clark, Cunningham, Caldwell, Wylie, Borland, Long, Ferns, Munn
Ayrshire - Black, Brodie, Wallace
Dumfriesshire - Kellock, McMurdo,
Stirlingshire - Blackwood,  McCulloch, McNaughton,
West/East Lothian - White, Baxter, Wylie, Sneddon
Lanarkshire - Long, Borland, White, Gartshore

Offline mikel2009

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Re: A 1922 Swindon Problem
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 28 November 19 22:56 GMT (UK) »
Hi Alba,
I recognise the family you are researching (but do not know the answer to your query)
I connect with it - going back up to the Mcalpines.
Can we compare notes?
MrsL

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Re: A 1922 Swindon Problem
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 07 January 20 17:19 GMT (UK) »
MrsL

Would love to.  I'll send you a private message.
Renfrewshire - Black, Blackwood, Clark, Cunningham, Caldwell, Wylie, Borland, Long, Ferns, Munn
Ayrshire - Black, Brodie, Wallace
Dumfriesshire - Kellock, McMurdo,
Stirlingshire - Blackwood,  McCulloch, McNaughton,
West/East Lothian - White, Baxter, Wylie, Sneddon
Lanarkshire - Long, Borland, White, Gartshore