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Recent content by Terrie

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    Unsure what surname should be - listed as Nciliwie

    Thank you for that information Elwyn, it is helpful and frustrating at the same time. I am glad the information I have through 1670 is solid, it is going to be more difficult from this point on. I have been using a combination of records with christening records proving most helpful. I've also...
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    Unsure what surname should be - listed as Nciliwie

    Thank you for all the info you gave. This Jannet was married to John McNaughten, they had at least two sons - Malcolm born in 1691 and Donald (my line) born in 1694. Tracking back through Donald is how I found the surname Nciliwie. Because of these events I don't think the Janet Ncphael that...
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    Unsure what surname should be - listed as Nciliwie

    I know many times names were spelled as they were pronounced when recording christenings. I am trying to figure out what name this could have been, it is listed as Jannet Nciliwie as the mother of Donald McNaughtan. She was most likely born between 1665 and 1675 in the Perth area. Thanks for...
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    Looking for info on Duncan McNaughten approx birth 1738

    Thank you for your help. Yes, the Duncan and Mary (Wedderspoon) McNaughten shown are from my line. I get stuck trying to verify Donald and Issobel are Duncan's parents and cannot seem to get further back then them.
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    Looking for info on Duncan McNaughten approx birth 1738

    As I research my family I am getting stuck at Duncan McNaughten, born approximately 1738. He later married Mary Wedderspoon, they had several children together, John Malcolm McNaughton b 1768 is part of my line. Can anyone help me verify the correct Duncan's parents were Donald and Issobel? I...
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