Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

19/7/2006

Searches

Donald Brown ( dbrown4302@aol.com / ) (IP: 24.44.14.149 )
Donald Brown was a Shipwright Union Provident Member # 635, Maech 24, 1854
Greenock, Scotland – would like more information on the Bark Bruce

Jack L. McKenzie ( mckenziej@osc.army.mil & jmckenzie_47@hotmail.com / ) (IP: 198.26.126.13 )
I’ve traced my family back to the Darvel – NewMilns Ayr area 1775 – 1875 my GGGF Peter MCkinzie was weaver in Darvel at least according to the 1811- 1858 death register for Loudoun Parish.
Peter apparently had a “Graff” in the Darvel Burring Ground, because several of his immediate family plus relatives are listed as being interred there. East Ayrshire Anne Geddes told me that they don’t have any records of any McKinzie burials for that time period. Any suggestions? Is there a way to check at the actual cemetery? If so who do I contact? Any help will be greatlt appreciated.

Paula Marshall ( locknest@telusplanet.net / ) (IP: 161.184.27.65 )
I’m looking for my great grandfather, Johnny Anderson. Possibly died in coal mine disaster, Peebles or Midlothia, Scotland in 1800’s. Could be registered in casualty/death records for mines in these areas. Where would I find these records?

Jack L. McKenzie ( jack.l.mckenzie@us.army.mil / ) (IP: 147.216.27.91 )
Since Peter S. McKinzie my GGGF was listed as a weaver in 1800 – 1850 time period how do I find out if he was a member of either the Fenwick or Ravel Weaver’s Society?

colin fraser ( colin.fraser6@btopenworld.com / ) (IP: 195.92.168.168 )
Searching for info on Alexander Fraser.Killed Barglachan pit. Buried in Auchinleck

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