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Re: MacDiarmids to Georgia - help please
« Reply #63 on: Friday 04 January 19 13:53 GMT (UK) »
How lovely to meet your Rhonda. :) Welcome to RootsChat.

I have come quite a bit further since this thread was started 6 years ago. (Many thanks to all the Chatters who have helped along the way.)

Your Ann married Alexander Nicolson (if I'm following you.)

I have tea quite often with a descendant of Ann's sister Peggy. (Coincidentally, we both moved to the same area of Canada in retirement & were subsequently electronically introduced by a descendant of the family who lives in Edinburgh.)

I'd love to share information. If you post a message here 2 more times, then we can use the private messaging system & exchange email addresses. :)

I'm looking forward to getting to know you. :)
MACDONALD of Benbecula, Scotland, Earlswood/Wapella Sask
BAIN of Aberdeenshire, Trafford district, Red Jacket and Moosomin, Sask
CHEYNE of Aberdeenshire & Trafford district, Sask
FISHER of Yorkshire, Ontario & Saskatchewan
INKSTER of Shetland, Edinburgh, Sask and BC
GAUNT of Yorkshire, Kent, BC & Australia
KINCH of Ireland, PEI, Ab, Sask
CORCORAN of Ireland, PEI & Sask
GOTZ / GOETZ of Soufflenheim, Alsace & Ont
MITTELHAUSSER of Soufflenheim, Alsace
MULLER or MILLER of Drusenheim, Alsace & Ont

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Re: MacDiarmids to Georgia - help please
« Reply #64 on: Friday 04 January 19 14:35 GMT (UK) »
Hello

Great to hear from you.  Yes, I did notice that the posts were from a few years ago so good to know you are still out there.

Yes, Ann was married to Alexander Nicholson.

Their son, Andrew, was my grandfather.

His son, Angus, is my dad.

My father has at least one photo of Ann and Alexander which I can send to you soon.

I don't really know that much myself but I can get information from my dad.

Likewise it would be nice to hear what you know.

I live in Scotland but am fortunate enough to have visited Canada several times lately.

'Ill gather some information over the weekend and get back to you on Monday.

Yes, that would be good if we can exchange emails a little further down the line.

Look forward to hearing more

Rhona.

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Re: MacDiarmids to Georgia - help please
« Reply #65 on: Saturday 05 January 19 13:27 GMT (UK) »
Good morning Rhona. One more post from you & I can send you a private message. Just write hi or something similar. :)
MACDONALD of Benbecula, Scotland, Earlswood/Wapella Sask
BAIN of Aberdeenshire, Trafford district, Red Jacket and Moosomin, Sask
CHEYNE of Aberdeenshire & Trafford district, Sask
FISHER of Yorkshire, Ontario & Saskatchewan
INKSTER of Shetland, Edinburgh, Sask and BC
GAUNT of Yorkshire, Kent, BC & Australia
KINCH of Ireland, PEI, Ab, Sask
CORCORAN of Ireland, PEI & Sask
GOTZ / GOETZ of Soufflenheim, Alsace & Ont
MITTELHAUSSER of Soufflenheim, Alsace
MULLER or MILLER of Drusenheim, Alsace & Ont

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Re: MacDiarmids to Georgia - help please
« Reply #66 on: Monday 07 January 19 09:31 GMT (UK) »
Hello

That would be good to hear from you so I can ask you a few things.

Thanks

Rhona