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Alexander BUCHAN and Margaret MONTGOMERY of Crimondgarth, Aberdeen

Alexander BUCHAN christened 5 Sep 1803 Crimondgarth, Aberdeen, Scotland, died 1877 Scotland, Occupation: Brickmaker. He was the son of John BUCHAN* born 1776 Aberdeen, Scotland [Occupation: Mason, Causewayend] and Elizabeth MILNE* born 1771 Aberdeen, Scotland, died 1859.

My 3g grandparents - Alexander BUCHAN married Margaret MONTGOMERY. Her birth and their marriage details are yet unknown to me. She died in 1878 Scotland. This couple had three known children:-

1.John BUCHAN christened 28 Feb 1830 St John's Episcopal Chapel, Aberdeen, Scotland
2.Robert BUCHAN christened 10 Jul 1831 St John's Episcopal Chapel, Aberdeen, Scotland
3.Isabella Milne BUCHAN (my 2g grandmother) christened 17 Sep 1837 Lonmay Episcopal Chapel, Scotland. Isabella was staying at her grandparents house* on the night of the 1841 Census. More information on Isabella is mentioned in my WOODCOCK journals as she moved to England and married my 2g grandfather George James WOODCOCK who was a butcher in London's East End.



Photograph below is of my maternal grandfather's grandmother, Isabella Milne BUCHAN.


ALL USERS: Any suggestions for our familytreecircles website?

Dear Members, Hi there. Does anyone have any suggestions on how we can make this website better?

What would you like to see here? All comments invited.

How has this website helped you? Have you gotten in touch with other descendants?

Cheers,

Al,
(Editor)
FamilyTreeCircles

3 comment(s), latest 10 years, 5 months ago

ALL USERS: Be the first to contribute journals regarding your surnames...

Dear members,

Presently there aren't a lot of journals submitted for surnames that users seem to be researching.

If any of you have a fantastic website that you wish to share with us regarding your particular surname, let us know and we shall add the link to the Surname Wiki Page.

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Good luck as always,
EDITOR.

3 comment(s), latest 6 years ago

ALL USERS: Check out the FREE genealogy research at Wikipedia

Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, Hi there. Just a few free links that some of you may not be aware of:-

All about Genealogy from Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia

Also, it appears that Wikipedia have a new aspect to their website in which anyone can contribute towards by writing about their ancestors. The link is below. Before you can create a page about your ancestor, it is advised that you goto the SEARCH box, left-hand margin, and type in the surname you are researching just in case someone has already written about your ancestor and/or that particular person.

G-Wiki - The Genealogy of the World

Make sure you read all their information very carefully. But it looks like you can even start with what sketchy information you have, and then add more as you know more.

Cheerio,
Alison

1 comment(s), latest 7 years, 11 months ago

ALL USERS: FREE downloads for genealogists

Dear Members, Ok what's on offer is the following at the website linked below:-

FREE Family Record Sheet
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You may need to download the current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, if you don't have it, it's available as well, just click on the yello icon.

Cheers and good luck.
Alison.

3 comment(s), latest 4 years, 10 months ago

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Alison
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1 comment(s), latest 6 years ago

ALL USERS: FREE Genealogy Lookups ... mostly America & Canada

Dear Members, Below is a website link to free lookups from hundreds of databases, mostly American and Canadian.

Which databases are free changes from week to week but if you register they send you a notice each week to say which ones are free. You are either allowed 2 lookups a week or 2 lookups per database.

Ancestral Findings

Cheerio,
Alison.

ALL USERS: New features at Certificate Sharing

Dear Members,

Certificate Sharing is a world-wide website created to share birth, death, marriage and baptismal certificates (written in English) with fellow historians freely. It now offers new features listed under existing features below.

EXISTING FEATURES
*Certificate Search - search for birth, death, marriage, baptism or all certificates on any given surname.
*Add Certificates to the website - note if a certificate that you upload is written in 'hard to read' script writing, a link shall be sent to you via email once it has been transcribed for proof-reading.
*Forum - interact with other users, post your 'surname interests'.

NEW FEATURES
*Photo Archives - you can now search for and/or add photos of your ancestors N.B. photos must be .jpg format and file size to be no greater than 500kb.
*My Messages - users can be alerted immediately if a contact is researching your ancestors.




Alison.

1 comment(s), latest 9 years, 4 months ago