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red mail Killearn Stirling
CAN ANYONE HELP ME Archibald Mclay circa 1650 who married Margaret Gardiner of Strathblane 22/8/1701 and had a son John born august 2nd 1702 . parish Killearn Stirling. Iam his Gt Gt Gt Gt Gt Grandson does any one know who Archibalds parents were Also William McLay (Son of John 1728) born Dryman Stirling 1735 married Katherine McFarlane Son John Born 1801 Bonhill does any one know of any other family members ie brothers and sisters? or details of when and where they were married please/?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Re Reading Room
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Drymen E Stirling NB: 1891 Population : 1,512 - There is a public hall and reading room.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Peter Sirus (Cyrus) Campbell of Drymond?
Has anyone heard of a place called Drymond or if that is a known misspelling of Drymen? Also can anyone tell me whether the name Sirus or Cyrus is a name in use around 1830 in Scotland, or could it be a family name or a name derived from a Scots word? Any information would be of use I think. I've reached a dead end on my great great grandfather Peter Cyrus Campbell who emigrated to Australia as a miner in 1853, then moved with his wife and young family to mine in New Zealand, but was eventually felled by a stone that fell down a mine-shaft, ricocheted off the side of the shaft, and hit him on the temple whereupon he fell down stone cold dead. I had always heard of this legendary demise and having confirmed it to be true, it would be sad to lose track of him. :)
red mail Graham family
I am interested in finding any information about the Graham (Grahame) family who lived in Badivow cottage on the outskirts of Drymen around the late 1800's. Thanks

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