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    BLUE/MCGREGOR marriage 1907
    Twentyeigth December 1907 at 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow by Declaration in presence of John Meikle(?) and Helen McNeish McGregor, James Blue, a Saddler, Bachelor, aged 25, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, son of John Blue, Woodturner and Margaret Blue nee Paton, married Euphemia McGregor, a Dressmaker, Spinster, aged 20, of 883 Cathcart Road, Glasgow, daughter of John McGregor, a Locomotive Engineer and Helen McGregor nee McNeish, in the District of Blythswood in the Burgh of Glasgow by John (last name illegible), Registrar Warrant of Sheriff-Substitute of Lanarkshire, dated December 28th, 1907

    MCGREGOR/MCNEISH marriage 1887
    Third of June, 1887 in Turfholm, Lesmahagow after Publication according to the Forms of the Free Church, John McGregor, an Iron Grinder, Bachelor, aged 21, of 85 Florence Street, Glasgow, son of John McGregor, a Tailor and Mary McGregor nee Lungren(??) married Helen McNeish, a Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 20, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, daughter of John McNeish, a Coalminer, and Euphemia McNeish nee Waddell. Witnessed by J.A. May, Free Church, Lesmahagow, George McNeish and Maggie McNeish. Duncan Campbell, Registrar

    MCNEISH/WADDELL marriage 1866
    Fourteenth Day of September, 1866 at Turfholm, Lesmahagow after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland John McNeish, a Coalminer, Bachelor, aged 23, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, son of John McNeish, a Coalminer, deceased, and Helen McNeish nee Adamson married Fammy Waddell, a Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 20, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, daughter of George Waddle (note the spelling change), a Coalminer, and Catherine Waddle nee McClaughlan, deceased. Witnessed by Thomas Burns, Min'r of Lesmahagow, Hugh McNeish and Robert Scott. Duncan Campbell, Registrar

    WADDLE/MCCLAUCHAN marriage 1843
    George Waddle and Catherine McClaughlan both in Gateside of this parish were booked for proclamation of Banns 20th May, 1843 were proclaimed 21 at 28th May & 4th June in same year.

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    BLUE/MCGREGOR marriage 1907
    Twentyeigth December 1907 at 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow by Declaration in presence of John Meikle(?) and Helen McNeish McGregor, James Blue, a Saddler, Bachelor, aged 25, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, son of John Blue, Woodturner and Margaret Blue nee Paton, married Euphemia McGregor, a Dressmaker, Spinster, aged 20, of 883 Cathcart Road, Glasgow, daughter of John McGregor, a Locomotive Engineer and Helen McGregor nee McNeish, in the District of Blythswood in the Burgh of Glasgow by John (last name illegible), Registrar Warrant of Sheriff-Substitute of Lanarkshire, dated December 28th, 1907

    MCGREGOR/MCNEISH marriage 1887
    Third of June, 1887 in Turfholm, Lesmahagow after Publication according to the Forms of the Free Church, John McGregor, an Iron Grinder, Bachelor, aged 21, of 85 Florence Street, Glasgow, son of John McGregor, a Tailor and Mary McGregor nee Lungren(??) married Helen McNeish, a Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 20, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, daughter of John McNeish, a Coalminer, and Euphemia McNeish nee Waddell. Witnessed by J.A. May, Free Church, Lesmahagow, George McNeish and Maggie McNeish. Duncan Campbell, Registrar

    MCNEISH/WADDELL marriage 1866
    Fourteenth Day of September, 1866 at Turfholm, Lesmahagow after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland John McNeish, a Coalminer, Bachelor, aged 23, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, son of John McNeish, a Coalminer, deceased, and Helen McNeish nee Adamson married Fammy Waddell, a Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 20, of Turfholm, Lesmahagow, daughter of George Waddle (note the spelling change), a Coalminer, and Catherine Waddle nee McClaughlan, deceased. Witnessed by Thomas Burns, Min'r of Lesmahagow, Hugh McNeish and Robert Scott. Duncan Campbell, Registrar

    WADDLE/MCCLAUCHAN marriage 1843
    George Waddle and Catherine McClaughlan both in Gateside of this parish were booked for proclamation of Banns 20th May, 1843 were proclaimed 21 at 28th May & 4th June in same year.
    Hello Aislin,
    I am connected to all four of the McNeishes posted by you. John McNeish & Fammy Waddell were my great grandparents and their daughter Grace b. 6 june 1879 was my grandmother. I would be interested to know how you are connected to the family?
    Regards,

    Charles

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    Charles I sent you a pm

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