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Stevenson & Mann in Kilsyth. What connection?
I have an Elizabeth Stevenson, born 1785 in Kilsyth, Stirlingshire who married a John Morrison. She died in 1847 in Kilsyth. Her first child was a daughter, Marion Morrison who married a Clark, and who died in New Zealand in 1892. On her death certificate the name MANN is added after her maiden name - "Name of Maiden Surname of Mother: Elizabeth Morrison, formerly MANN." Her youngest brother (John Mann Morrison, 1823) and sister (Margaret Mann Morrison, 1827) also have some connection with the name MANN. Can anyone make a connection between Stevenson and Mann in Kilsyth, Stirlingshire in the late 1700s-early 1800s?? Thanks. Noel
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Loudon
Does anyone know of Loudons living in Kilsyth area c. 1890's ... my late granny was born as Margaret Loudon Gourlay, then changed to Margaret Jane Anderson. She was born in Kilsyth, her father's name was left blank. I wonder if her biological dad was a Loudon and lived in Kilsyth. I would appreciate if anyone contacts me who is related to Loudon from that area please.
Posted: 2018
red mail Stevenson, Sloan
Looking for info on the following: William Stevenson, son of Joseph Stevenson and Agnes Whyte or White, who marries Isabella Wilson Sloan, daughter of John Sloan and Catherine Wilson. Joseph and Agnes married c1878, John and Catherine married c 1883, William and Isabella married 1911. Other names further back include Winslow, Walker, Jamieson, McKerney or Cairney, Paterson
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Alexander KENNY
Looking for Alexander Kenny who married Ann Stewart in Kilsyth 1867, children Christina ,Rosa James, William, Daniel, Alexander Francis, John Anni.
Posted: 2017
red mail Burns Forrester
searching for my g, g,g,grandparents Robert Burns and Elizabeth Forrester,their daughter was Elizabeth Stevenson Burns my g,g grandmother.
Posted: 2017
red mail McConnell
I am researching my great grandmothers family history. Her name was Jessie McConnell. She was born in Kilsyth, Scotland in 1868. She married in New Zealand in 1895 a Thomas John Morrison, aged 28 in Wakatipu. I am trying to find out more about her family back in Kilsyth. I have not found out yet when she arrived in New Zealand. Her father may be Daniel McConnell, who died in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1889. Thanks, Lesley
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Christena Christian King
I am looking for any information on Christena Christian King, b 16 Sep 1790 in Kilsyth. She later emigrated to Canada. Her parents were Thomas King & Jean Napier.
red mail RUSSELL, Kilsyth
Looking for information on Mary RUSSELL who was born Main Street, Kilsyth, 24 January 1871 to parents William Russell and Catherine McKenzie. Mary was resident at 40 High Street, New Monkland in the 1881 census. It is possible that she went to America at some stage. I would like to know what became of her.
red mail Searching for the BURNS family
Searching for information on the family of Jean and Janet Burns (b. abt 1809) - daughters of Robert Burns and Elizabeth Forerester - the girls both married into the Kennedy family - Jean married John Eddie and Janet married David. Jean & John Eddie Kennedy emmigrated to Grey Co., Ontario, Canada. Janet & David Kennedy emmigrated to Melbourne, Australia. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Blair Beattie
Looking for descendants of Robert Beattie and Mary Hoy Arrived in Twechar About 1880 Descendants Include Wullie Beattie the Weightlifter from Twechar Farm, also Blairs and Stephensons, all from Twechar Raws, many are buried in Kilsyth Cemetary

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