Re: general question
- Dear Heather
Thank you for sharing your info so much. Most of the Livingstones
from what I've been seening are related somehow, even though distant
at times as most are originally from Argyleshire Scotland. There
should to be a family castle about 60miles north of Edinburgh I've
I'm wondering if Dougland is maybe my great grandfather's brother.
(paternal side of my family)
Here is a link for more info on the Livingstone side
--- In email@example.com, "omadarlin_2000"
> Dear Suzanne,much
> I am very new to genealogy, also. Right now my husband and I are
> researching our family names as far back as the Revolutionary War
> because I know I am decended from an American Patriot (John Seward)
> while my husband is a decendant of a Loyalist (John Wendle Weigele)
> who fled to Canada.
> My husband's great-grandfather (maternal) was:
> Dougald Livingstone (b 20 Aug., 1889 in Argyleshire, Scotland)
> m Emma Agnes Stewart (b 6 Jan, 1906 in Austin, Manitoba)
> daughter Vivian Joyce Livingstone (b 2 Aug., 1930 in Meagan,
> Saskatchewan; d 5 April, 1983)
> m Frederick Bruce MacKenzie Haws (b 28 April, 1927 in Gull-Lake
> Saskatchewan; d 21 Sept., 1996 in Parksville, British Columbia)
> Vivian & Frederick had 6 children, including my husbands mother,
> Heather-Joy Haws.
> I do not know what brought Dougald to Canada, but hope to learn
> more about that side of my husband's family when we go to visitthem
> next summer. I would be *very* interested to know if this is also
> part of your line of Livingstones.
> Heather (Darling) Wigle
> Cincinnati, OH