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Re: On this day in JANUARY ...
« Reply #324 on: Friday 16 January 15 17:18 GMT (UK) »
Lovely image Doran54 - you're lucky to have it  :) ( I've not got many photos sadly)

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« Reply #325 on: Friday 16 January 15 17:25 GMT (UK) »
thanks looby  :)

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« Reply #326 on: Friday 16 January 15 17:26 GMT (UK) »
That's a special anniversary! :D

Your gran looks incredibly young, doesn't she.
she was 19yrs old


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« Reply #327 on: Monday 14 August 17 22:03 BST (UK) »
On Sunday 29th January 1769, Marion Tweedie, the first child and eldest daughter of my 4xG grandparents Robert Tweedie and Margaret Somerville was born in Carnwarth, Lanarkshire. Neither myself nor my good friend and fellow RootsChatter, Meg, who shares this line and to whom I am indebted for much of my Tweedie information, can find out much about her mother. Marion married a farmer, John Trevit, predeceased him and lies with him and two of their children in Carnwarth.

Do you know if Margaret Somerville is a decedent of the Somervilles - who were one of the most noblest families in Scotland way back in the 14th/15th Century?     
Sherry, Coyle, Mallin, Leonard/Lennard, Drummond, Scott, McFadyen, McSherry, Montague, O'Donnell, Haggerty, Sharp, Starrs