You have posted this in "British Census", this term can be a bit misleading - the Scottish census is separate - I assume you have checked both Scotland and England?
In 1901 Ardrossan,...
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01-03-2012 8:25 PM
I'm starting to think, I was very lucky getting the Viewer to run in Windows 7!! RFViewer 4.0 was one of the first things I installed, even before loading my AV and going on-line. I did not use the...
29-02-2012 10:09 PM
Thanks for your reply, and the link to the help-page on LDS site. Yes, it seems many have been asking the same question, for many years! Unfortunately, the "simplest answer" hasn't helped...
28-02-2012 9:10 PM
I've been viewing the 1881 UK census CDs on this Windows 7 computer for two years without a hitch. Now suddenly, for no apparent reason, I can't view the data CDs, the error message is
My thanks to everyone who responded to my plea for help. First I should say, I wasn't meaning to complain about the new version of familysearch - after all, it's a wonderful resource and free to...
The "old" version of familysearch seems to be continually under Web Maintenance and unavailable. I am utterly and completely lost with the new site :-) All I need is access to the IGI for...
Sorry to say, I found nothing in The Scotsman archive for the words accident AND mcgregor between dates 1/1/1938-1/1/1940.
Re 21 Leopold Place - Google Earth shows it now consists of 5 flats. Some properties built for the "nobs" fell on hard times and were sub-divided into flats, some used as lodging houses, ordinary...
Yes, those Feuing Grounds to the west of Montgomery Street were parcels of land being Feued (not sold) for development. The landowner retained rights in the ground, with the property owner(s) paying...
I'm glad you enjoyed Peter Stubbs' site, it is a single-handed effort, quite amazing.
In the 1850s, Montgomery Street was in fact on the edge of town! This 1870 map from Peter Stubbs' wonderful site
The neighbours were probably well aware of the situation, which was not uncommon to say the least! But all swept under the carpet, and nothing said directly to the child, who would grow up regarding...
Do let us know if you make progress!
I'm afraid Scotlandspeople website won't help with place of burial; this was required only in the first two years of statutory registration of death (1855-1856).
If you believe your grandfather...
25-02-2011 9:37 AM
Sue, do you already have the new PC - is the OS (operating system) Windows 7 ?When you insert the FTM program disk, does it try to autoload, giving an error message?
Sounds as if you haven't...
14-02-2011 4:33 PM
Try running Legacy Family Tree on your computer, I thoroughly recommend it. The Standard version is "free forever"
Do make sure that any program you use, can...
Dear Mary (mezza68)
Nice to meet you! Are you a descendant of John Main and Marion McEachern? Maybe we’re related?
Thanks for posting the funeral notice of Matilda Main nee McEachern, how...
I use Mozy on-line backup, which does a simultaneous local backup to an external hard drive. I also email important files to my gmail account.
It's more than possible! I'm sure it's my distant cousin.
Many thanks again.
Wow, that was quick!! Yes, this must be my AGNES HARRIS WALDIE and family.
The youngest is named for his father ANDREW WALDIE; the others for grandparents CHRISTINA BRUCE, MARGARET CRAWFORD and...
Looking for death of AGNES HARRIS born 1888 in Scotland, married an ANDREW WALDIE in 1910, and may have emigrated to Australia in 1924. Her husband died in Scotland 1934, when the informant believed...
21-01-2011 1:03 AM
Might be this one -
In fact, the ruling was for "rounding down" only, for those age 15 and above. See
Freecen https://www.freecen.org.uk/ is another on-line source for Scottish census transcripts.
31-12-2010 2:11 AM
I had one credit left - so looked up the index for you. The marriage is listed TWICE -
1911 ANDREWS, William to LAWRIE, Catherine Reddie
1911 ANDREWS, William to WHITEHEAD, Catherine Reddie. ...
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