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red mail 42 Sandyhills Street in 1906
On my grandparents' marriage certificate, it says they were both living at 42 Sandyhills Street, Shettleston at the time of their marriage in 1906. He was a coal miner and she a domestic servant. I have looked for this address on old maps but can find nothing about the house that was there. Does anyone in this list know or can anyone tell me where I might look to find out more about this address? I'm thinking it must have been a rooming/boarding house.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for John Brady Married Hannah McMillan On 2/8/1909 @ Congregational Church Glasgow. John was aslo married to Margaret Smith they married in Co. Cavan in 14/2/1898.Sadly Margaret Died 19/5/1907 after giving birth to a son John born 16/5/1907.She had son Patrick Andrew & Michael.Any help here would be welcomed.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
Help finding McGraws
Looking for help in finding anyone with a connection or help with Patrick McGraw/Margaret or Mary Caulfield.Shettleston parkhead areas.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
My Ancestors The Devlins.
Help please on finding my ancestors they lived in Dinnett St., Shettleston in 1900's into the 1930;s at least.My mother was Catherine Devlin Married name Machon, born 15/8/1920,her brothers and sisters were...Margaret, Mary, James, Henry & Sarah.Sarah was A Nurse in Coventry where she died early 1960's.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Campbell, 1002 shettleston rd pre ww2
Hi, I'm a first time searcher, I would love too find out about my Family background / history ESP my grand father James (Jimmy) Campbell d.o.b. 19/1/20, he lived at 1002 shettleston rd, around the 1940's as I have a letter addressed to his mum & dad William and Elizabeth,(I'm hoping I'm looking in the right place). recently my dad has become very ill, and can't answer my NEW found questions!Last week whilst cleaning my old mans house I found an old WW2 leather wallet! inside is a soldiers PAY and SERVICE BOOK, Some old photos (fantastic cond) of James and his mates, and his family later on. Dad didn't talk of home much. I didn't know he served, so far I've got ... Royal Corps Signals, enlisted on 20/11/41 at Catterick , looks like he did a few tours Eygpt, Palestine, Italy, Greece P.O.W 1942 (so the book says).was a Brick layer pre war have a few photos of him and some mates on a roof, on the back it says Templetons,be great to find the other guys families , to share the pictures, family :mum & dad William & Elizabeth, children :James ( looks like James was a character, Robert Joseph and Mary, ages ? very keen to find family! then go back as far as I can, also there's a name written in it must have been a good mate R WILSHAW, Yorkhill st central, mi room. James and his future wife Rachel (nee RANKIN || McCLAIN )have 3 great grand children all boys our name goes ON here in aus like it would be there! just where did we START ?? as you can see I'm in, any advice or directions would be great!!! thanks in advance and thanks for reading . Cheers Bill
red mail Stevensons
I'm researching the Stevenson family who lived in Shettleston and can be traced back at least to the mid 1700's. Like most people in that area then they were coal miners and weavers. Other related families include Ramsay, Blain/ Blane, Miller, Drysdale.
red mail Docherty/Greer Families
Looking for info on William Docherty and wife Jane Greer Docherty. Lived in Shettleston 1870's. I know some of their children's names, but would like any info. for either side.
red mail Gilmour, Whyte, Rae, Reid, Casey, Pigot
Hi I am looking for anyone named Gilmour in the Shettleston area of Eastmuir. My grandparents originated from there. John Gilmour (1805-1868)married to Matilda Whyte (1804-1886) born in Sauchybog their daughter married a Greenshield and lived in Larkhall. They were married in Camlachie. Also William Gilmour (1845-1895) married to Helen Casey from Sligo Ireland ( 1845-1925)they moved to Burnbank Hamilton. Also looking for anyone with connections to Margaret Rae (1782-1858) and Agnes Reid (B1762)
red mail Robertson/Allan.Nicol/Brown
Can anyone help me with information on these two couples who lived in and around shettleston between 1850 and 1903. I have a lot of information on them and there families up to present date, but i am finding info dificult as i go further back because of lack of info on certificates.
red mail Canning's Shettleson?Tollcross
I have been researching my Canning family over the past two years and have a wealth of information, from their arrival from Donegal, through their early days in Shettleston to Cambusnethan/Hamilton and overseas. Anyone interested please get in touch.

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