Author Topic: William Coutts: Dundee, 1800s  (Read 40889 times)

Offline MonicaL

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Re: William Coutts: Dundee, 1800s
« Reply #171 on: Thursday 08 November 18 21:09 GMT (UK) »
The 1851 census shows Charlotte at home with family at St Malach, Beauharnois County.

Parents Alexander Coutts, 60 and Isabella Lindsay, 42 and seven other siblings. All the children, with Charlotte showing as the oldest at 17, were born in Canada. Parents show as born in Scotland.

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Re: William Coutts: Dundee, 1800s
« Reply #172 on: Friday 09 November 18 10:19 GMT (UK) »
I was responding to Jim Heubner's post regarding relationship with David Coutts/Alexander Coutts/Isobel Leith.  They are part of my family line and as far as I know not related to the Canadian Coutts.

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