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Andrew Hall
I would like any information about the ancestors of Andrew Hall, who lived in Queen Anne's County, Maryland, U. S. A., serving first as a tobacco merchant, and later as a farmer. Another tobacco merchant, later farmer, named Jonathan Hall, lived in the same area, and may have been his brother. As a citizen of Maryland, he married Esther Brown in 1750 and died in 1765. He served as warden and later as vestryman at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, in Church Hill, Maryland. I have used Glasgow as a possible locale for his birth due to its prominence in the tobacco trade at the relevant time. However, the evidence is entirely circumstantial. And, unfortuately, dozens of Andrew Halls were born in Scotland during the likely period of his birth.
Colburn
Hello I've hit a brick wall in my research and wounderd if anyone hear can help or has connections to the Colburn family. Hears what I have :- malcolm Colburn was born in 1913 on Garscube Road Glasgow his father was William knox Colburn and his mother was Elizabeth Wingate Colburn ne Taylor they married 4th Oct 1910. Malcolm married Jane Sarah Andrew born 1910 on the 21st Jan 1939 my problem is I carnt find anything about malcolm or Jane after there marriage no death or children they both lived at 6 Drummond Street Glasgow when they married please if anyone knows of how to help I'd be most grateful thanks Tracy.
red mail McGill/Watson
Looking for marriage around 1800, parents of W.W. McGill born around 1832. Parents may have come from Ireland. Father was a tailor/journeyman. Lived in Reid St. Bridgeton.
Fire on 46 Whitevale
Between the years 1869 and 1870, probably between the months of late February 1870 to July 1870, can anyone find in the papers or somewhere if there was some kind of house fire at 46 Whitevale Street in Glasgow? Resident's name Rawles or Wallace?
Somerville - Australia
Somerville  Lanarkshire I am researching family tree and would appreciate any assistance I have found lineage from my father William John Thomas Somerville  Australia 1922-1981 John Henry Somerville  Australia 1881-1954 William Somerville  Australia 1865-1933 William Somerville  Scotland/Australia 1835-1907 (born Airdrie?) James Somerville ??? I am at a wall and was hoping anyone would know or know someone who could provide any further information for me to progress my quest
craib family
i am looking for any information about the craib family My granmar was Elizabeth Pallett Devine Craib 9/7/1911 - 30/8/2001 in Glasgow She married William Brown on the 26/12/1936 Thankyou Jacque
red mail Allan family, Anderston
I am researching McRae family members originating from Ulla Pool. Jessie McRae (parents Alexander McRae and Jessie Kemp, married in Urquhart 1857). Their daughter Jessie McRae married Thomas Allan (Parents James Allan, Margaret Meldrum) in Glasgow 1894. They have: Robert (~1897), Jessie (1896), Bessie (1903), Thomas (1905), Margaret (1908) all born in Glasgow (Lanarkshire). Looking for information on the McRae side of the family in particular.
Finding Thomas Wallace, Royal Infirmary
I am looking for details about my 4th great grandfather, Thomas Wallace. Born in Ireland, Donegal I believe, he was in a terrible accident in 1872. He had broken bones, fractured ribs just terrible death. I have found in the Glasgow Herald of 29 November 1872, an article recording thick fog covering the city. My Thomas's accident was during this time. A carter, delivering goods, was careless at his duties and appeared in court while my grandfather dies along with a young girl injured with the same injuries. Was my grandfather a carter too at the time or another victim of this said Carter? I need to check the Royal Infirmary records and death records on him or the girl which may tie him into this accident? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Parents of John Alexander Campbell
I am looking for information on the parents and family of John Alexander Campbell. John was born in Glasgow on September 13, 1846. His parents were George and Mary (maiden name unknown) Campbell. Mary passed away 3 years after John was born. According to multiple death notices, John spent his whole life until he was 22 in Glasgow. When of age, John became an iron molder apprentice at Law's Foundry. His father George was also an iron molder. In 1866 John finished his apprenticeship and became a member of the Associated Iron Molders of Scotland. 2 years later he moved to America where he worked at several foundries before being elected as the second Vice President of the International Molder's Union of North America. John passed away in Quincy Illinois on December 13, 1915. I am looking for any information on his parents George and Mary and the family in general. John had 3 brothers or possibly step brothers George, David and Peter Campbell. Any assistance would be most appreciated.
red mail O'Donnell
Does anyone have info on O'Donnell family late of 10 dalmarnock rd Bridgetown father Arthur O'Donnell, mother Ann, Mary,Francis,maggie,Patrick,Annie,Bridget,Agnes,susan Parish Glasgow Arthur and Ann and I think Mary were born in Ireland and arrived in Glasgow from co.Donegal around 1871/75 Thanks

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