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Henry BELL - Scotland
Looking for any family tree info on Henry BELL the Scottish engineer 1767-1830 (introduced the first passenger steamboat service in Europe). Within our family over time it has been passed down through generations that we are related to him but unfortunately no one knows how. There are ancestor's on our family tree with the surnames of BELL, EASTON, and YOUNG, all surnames connected to Henry BELL. Our direct family surname is CEDAR. Also the name BAILLIE has a connection to our family tree. Would be interested if anyone has any info. Thanks Update for November 2020 - if anyone has similar family connections and is interested in trying to find out more, please let me know.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Walker family
Any information on the Walker family will be appreciated. 1911 census Father (William)- Daughters Catherine-Janet-Elizabeth-Annie- Son - William -- Annie (wife/mother died 1909).
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Mary Muir
Looking for information on the Muir family. Mary Muir born in Linlithgow in 1831. She had a son William Liddell and they lived in Torphichen for the majority of their lives. Her parents were Mathew Muir and Elizabeth Stirling from Ireland. Mary had sisters Elizabeth, Margaret and Janet and a brother William. Anyone descended from any of Mary's siblings?
red mail Agnes Marshall Liddell
Looking for any descendants of Agnes Marshall Liddell born 12/8/1890 in Torpichen. Her father was William Liddell and her mother was Margaret Marshall Lyon. Her mother died in 1896 and her father remarried. William Liddell was my g-grandfather. 3 of her brothers were killed in the 1st world war, William, Matthew and James.

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