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red mail Horsbrugh/Horseboro etc
I'm researching my Horsburgh ancestors and have got stuck with Joseph Horsburgh m Janet Runciman 19 May 1753. He was born about 1728. Their son James married Ann Blaikie and their son James married Barbara Milne (or Mill). I have further children down to myself plus siblings if anyone would like details please contact me. Also, if anyone can get me further details from the Haddintonshire parish records in the 18th century or photos of gravestones or other records I'd be very grateful.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Dun
I am trying to find any information on Major General John Dun of Shawpark Selkirkshire, Scotland. He had one child Jane Henrietta Dun who was born in East India 1818 can find no record of mothers name. She married Henry Dillon Boylan can find no record of marriage. John married Dorothea Henderson in 1832 in Selkirk, I can find no record of John marrying before. John was an officer in the Bengal Army for the East Indian Company. If any one has any more information that would be great.
red mail king/blaikie
looking 4 any info on family of william king married 2 christina blaikie 14th sep 1906 in selkirk,they had a son andrew(my dad) in 1922
red mail Janet And/or Father, John Ballantyne?
I have an Alexander Hay that married Janet/JeanneteBallantyne born Sept 13, 1813 from Selkirk, Roxburgh, Scotland. Her father was John Ballantyne and he was married to Janet Turnbull born May 1784. Her father was Andrew Turnbull married to Helen Douglas. Is there any connection or resource that would allow us to research more of this part of our family?


 
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