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red mail Looking for relatives in Larkhall or Dalserf
I have an extensive database of information that I am happy to share with anyone can fill gaps in my information relating to these names: Douglas, Hamilton, Smith, Burns, Currie, Downs
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Teesdale and Scott
I am looking for information on ancestors or descendants of Thomas Teesdale and Janet Scott who were married 1804 in Dalserf. They had 12 children that I know of born in Larkhall or Dalserf. Other names that I know connect with this family are Baxter, Chalmers, Muter, Lammie and Black
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Scott Family
My family lived in Larkhall in the 1960s when I was born there. I'm looking for ancestors, I have George Scott, my great grandfather marrying a Robertson. They had twin boys in 1910 John & George. John Married Elizabeth Hannah and had a son George 1940 and a daughter Elizabeth 1944. George Scott (b1940 is my father). George Scott (Great Grandfather) lived at Burnhead, Larkhall. He had possibly a brother & Sister called Mary & John Scott who lived on the farm at Craigmuir, Sandford.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2018
red mail ballantyne
my family moved from larkhall in lanarkshire to moodiesburn in 1961/62 , my dads name was corneilius ballantyne (neily) as he was known , my mum was kathleen ballantyne (wilson ), my dad had several brothers - nelson , john , jim , and mathew (beech) as he was known , and 1 sister - sarah who i beleive moved to glasgow somewhere -i would love to hear from any of these or their family . or if any 1 has any information or wants to ask me anything- i beleive at 1 time they lived in what was called sparrow castle either in or near larkhall
red mail Miller, Millar
Looking for family of John Swan MILLER (MILLAR) born Larkhall abt 1855. Mother Jane SWAN Father Robert MILLAR. John emigrated to Australia, married Alice HALSEY 1880 Bulli NSW. He died 1915. Any information or contact welcomed
red mail Simpson of Larkhall
Trying to locate any living relative. I have some VERY OLD photos which may be of interest including Nell. Later generations include surnames of HARE Berkshire and CLARK (whose son became a pilot). Can anyone help?
red mail McManus/Daly
I am looking for information on relatives from early 20th century. John McManus (b. 1882 scotland d.1943 Wyoming, United States) married Bessie (Bridgette) Daly (b.1884 Lanarkshire, Scotland d.1955 USA) in 1905 in Larkhall. Bessie's parents were John Daly (born about 1850 in Ireland and died before the 1901 census) and Mary O'Neil (b. about 1853 in Wales.) Bessie had siblings: Michael, Thomas, James, Alice, Mark, John and Patrick. I belive her sister Alice became a teacher and her middle name may have been Ann. Also, one of her brothers became a priest. Some of the siblings may have come to the US, as Bessie did. Looking for info on any sides of the family. Thanks.
red mail Baird / Scott
I am looking for relatives of Georgina(Jean) Scott who married Ralph Baird in 1915. Both georgina and ralph were school teachers. Fiona
red mail Speirs
Looking for any relatives of Mary and Tom Speirs children including Catherine(Jackson) Nell(Aitchison) Agnes (Ross, Flewelling) Mary (McFarland, Wallace) Margaret(Carter)
red mail Dyer Larkhall Cemetery Superintendent
Looking for information about John Dyer, born 13 Dec. 1863. (Parents Andrew Dyer & Jane Thomson) He was cemetery superintendent Larkhall Cemetery in the 1890s. Also his son John born May 18, 1892 who took over as cemetery superintendent after his father died 8 June 1920, but then disappeared.

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