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red mail Papier Mache product factory
In the 1930s there was a firm making Papier Mache items in the area. my father worked there for a while. They made things like collecting boxes for charities, bed side lamps.etc. does anyone know how long the firm was working,What was it called, might there be items of their products in a local museum. The manager or owner may have been a mr Burland
red mail McEwan Family
Hi We are trying to trace the Mc Ewan family tree. All we really know is that they were from Campsie/Lennoxtown. Any information you can help us with would be great. Kind regards
red mail Riggans/ McLean.
Looking for info relating to my husband's g grandparents,Hugh Riggans and Sarah Jane McLean, MS Montgomery.They lived in Campsie/Lennoxtown at the time of their marriage 31/12/1891.
red mail robert hood
born campsie 1898--looking for his parents
red mail Mill in Campsie
I'm looking for any information on a mill in or around Campsie that was called something like Banclough or Barnclough Mill. My gggg granfather was a miller there and a couple of his children were born there.
red mail Graham Family of Campsie
I am looking for the ancestors of Thomas Graham born about 1790 in Campsie,he was a cabinet maker and married Elizabeth McArdie,had a son also called Thomas,born about 1813. The family then moved to Liverpool.
Looking for the parents of Barbara Campbell and Alexandra Campbell born possibly Campsie. Barbara born c. 1845. Alexandra married a man with the surname of Cowie that was the Second officer on the Royal Charter that went down off the coast of Wales. Possible children for Alexandra are Jemina and Peter.

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