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I have one George Ross listed in the UK 1841 Census in Norfolk, he was aged 10, do you think it might be your George? He is living with is parents and 8 siblings. You you have any idea how old he...
by SilverVixen 4 years, 8 months ago
in Ross migration to Australia
Here's what little I've found and must be cross-referenced; Patrick George Bowie, Birth 22 August 1755 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh Death 9 March 1809 Brechin, Angus, Scotland Father: Edward...
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
I have just found a record for William Grappel Cross for 1864 on ancestry.com transcribed as England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892 Record for William Grasspel Cross. He was tried on 9...
by AnneYoungAu 4 years, 8 months ago
in Ann Mercer CROSS of Lancashire, England
Hi - I am researching the same family. I have not got more information on William Grapel Cross past his marriage in 1862. I have his son William Bailey Cross on later censuses but I can't pin the...
by AnneYoungAu 4 years, 8 months ago
in Ann Mercer CROSS of Lancashire, England
Noggin is right with the 1841 census (1841 census not reliable but most of the data here is correct) and the marriage is correct, but that birth of George is someone else. Haven't found anything...
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
Catherine Robertson 1784-1858 was the daughter of Marion BOWIE, who married Andrew Robertson. So that's how Janet became Bowie Bowie ;)
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
I've gathered several documents today Private message me your email address and I will send them to you. On Catherine Bowie's Baptism certificate dated 2nd. August 1838; it says, George Bowie,...
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
Janet's birth name was Janet Bowie Harper which explains when she married she became Janet Bowie Bowie.
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
Sorry, this is easier Trove
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
Some early findings without connections: List of Inhabitants of Colonial N. Y. OCailahan Pg 44, Whit, Ephram of ye Old Towne of Southampton, old and young Christians...
by deborlie 4 years, 8 months ago
in Whitt
I have all this on my face book page what Cambridge museum cant tell me is the name of John Watt farm George had two son's that were in the first world war one being my grand dad Charles Watt who...
by MGWATT 4 years, 8 months ago
in dose any one know the name of John Watt pig farm
hi MGWATT, they are mentioned on the site Cambridge, Waikato Museum ... ... GEORGE WATT was born in Aberdeen, Scotland about 1844 and sailed to Lyttleton in the 'Blue Jacket' 1866. He came...
by ngairedith 4 years, 8 months ago
in dose any one know the name of John Watt pig farm
hi Keitha, I know you have been looking for a long time and have posted a number of requests for this family, but, THIS site will eventually help I will tell you how it works You write a...
by ngairedith 4 years, 8 months ago
in Lewis
Hi Jan How lovely to find another relation. As I have said I am a grandaughter of William born in 1866, my father was John and his sisters were Norma, Grace, Vida and Linda. I knew all of them...
by Pattied 4 years, 8 months ago
in Re Loveday family of woodville NZ originally from Forncett Norfolk England
George BOWIE, who died at Ulladulla on the 29 September 1856 was the youngest son of Patrick Bowie, Esq., M.D., H.E.I.C.S.,( Honourable East India Company Service) of Edinburgh, Scotland. .
by janilye 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
The chidren listed above are the same children I have listed.
by ricktor 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s
All I have on George is that he was born c.1810 in Little Fleetback Scotland Death: 1856 Ulladulla NSW Australia Father: Patrick Bowie
by ricktor 4 years, 8 months ago
in George Bowie and Janet Harper early 1800s