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Looking for origins of: James Smith b 21 Feb 1711 Ayr, Ayrshire, SCotland D-23 Dec. 1797 Newport, Hants, Nova SCotia. Seems to have entered America around 1730 in Maryland and married
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Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations I would also love to participate from Toronto, Canada. One day I would love to travel to Scotland but unfortunately it won't be this year. Kim
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations I would also like to participate online from Texas. Susan
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations I would also like to participate on line from California. Susanne
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations Hi, I am also very much interested to place a call from Sweden and have a consultation with Mr.Blake . I want to trace my mother´s great grandfather Thomas
Juan Carlos Gumucio
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations I am very interested in an online version! IÆm in Georgia, USA and would love advice concerning a Battle of Dunbar (1650) prisoner of war transported to the
Elizabeth Boggs (Genealogy)
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations Yes, I would love to do an on-line consultation with Mr. Blake from my home in Oregon. I could do instant messaging or Skype or Facebook messaging. Thanks,
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations Dear Bessie, Yes, that is a bit far to come. Maybe we can run an online version where Paul can answer your queries through the group or on our Facebook page.
Re: One to One Professional Genealogist Consultations Well guess i am too far away in Eastern Canada Bessie
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Re: 1650 Battle of Dunbar prisoner transported to Massachusetts ... I chopped........ ... I chopped again. ... This is often a dilemma for presenting scholarly, reliable outcomes. Many traps along the way. Even Family
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1650 Battle of Dunbar prisoner transported to Massachusetts Hello group, I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction to begin my search in Scotland. My ancestor, Alexander Bow, was captured at Doon Hill,
Dec 17, 2013#40515
Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP Thank you for this...it is interesting with several possibilities of course...My ancestors have many williams no Anne, except for Elizabeth Ann , no Barbaras
Dec 9, 2013#40514
Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP Caithness Monumental Inscriptions by AS COWPER and I ROSS is published by the Scottish Genealogy Society ; ISBN 0 901061 47 6 Volume 1 deals with the burial
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Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP Sorry I do not know, I have them for Caithness and Sutherland which were written by two people some years ago. I dare say that there may be.
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Re: Looking for a quaker school in dumfries Really? Where in Scotland? There's a Carlincraig in Aberdeenshire, a Carlops near Penicuik and a Carloway in the Western Isles, but no Carlisle listed in
Dec 6, 2013#40511
Re: Looking for a quaker school in dumfries George, Thanks again. I will pass that info along. Have a Merry Christmas. Cathy Sent from my iPad ... George, Thanks again. I will pass that info along. Have
Dec 6, 2013#40510
Re: Looking for a quaker school in dumfries Sorry, but there is a Carlisle Scotland. Sent from my iPad
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Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP Hi, I reread your email and it occured to me that you might referring to an actual book...a book of monumental inscriptions of Caithness back to 1750 from the
Dec 6, 2013#40508
Re: Looking for a quaker school in dumfries Carlise is in a different country!!! England. with different BDM regulations. In a message dated 12/5/2013 4:52:22 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
Dec 6, 2013#40507
Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP There are two people named Manson on the ship Marlborough from the Orkneys into Savannah Georgia Dec 1775. my ancestor William Manson b.13 Nov 1750 according
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Re: Looking for a quaker school in dumfries Quaker meetings at the Day Centre, Cumberland Street, Dumfries, DG1 2JX. tel 01387 811632 . They should be able to give your friend the information she seeks.
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Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP Do records of monumental inscriptions exist for Argyle also for pre 1855? How can they be obtained?
Dec 5, 2013#40504
Re: Records for Caithness 1750-1775 HELP I have the records of monumental inscriptions of Caithness pre 1855 in Volume 1 it covers Dunnet and there are a number of Manson burials recorded. However
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