Looking for early/mid 19th century data on the white family of around Mullantine and Portadown. A son of this family, Richard white, journeyed to South Africe just before the Boer War. He returned to the UK in 1915. His decscendants are known, but his antecedents are a mystery!See More
Interested to know more about the area in the early 19th century. Apart from the "Lowland Clearances" (see book of same name by Aitchison & Cassell), other changes took place forcing many to move to southern England.See More
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Looking for death data on Mrs M Campbell (aka Mrs A C M Campbell, nee Cameron) of Stonybrook, Long Island, NY; and her husband Mr E M Campbell of same location. He died before she did, she died in the 1970's, I think. They came to Long Island from Inverness-shire, Scotland in the 1920's.Also looking for birth & marriage dates (plus spouses) for their 2 sons: Robert and Hugh Campbell.See More
Trying to sort out several things about this couple.She, Jane/Jean L Morison, was a nurse in Scotland and travelled out to South Africa at some time before her marriage to Richard White. (She was born about 1872 in Scotland).They had a daughter - Helen (aka Nell/Nellie) in 1899 and returned to the UK in the spring of 1907, when Jane/Jean was 8 months pregnant with twins. (One baby lived, one died soon after birth.)What I'm trying to ascertain is: -When did Jane/Jean go out to South Africa -…See More
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