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1861 Scotland - John McLaren, Paisley


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I have a John McLaren who witnessed the death of one of my relatives in Paisley, Scotland 28th Jan 1861 as a cousin of the deceased. (the deceased being George Hepburn Laughland)

John McLaren lived at 8 Moncrieff Street, Paisley (next door to George who lived in No. 4) I was just wondering whose family John had, so I could match him up when I was looking for other members of the family.

I know you have to pay for detailed information, but I was just interested in the free information at this stage.

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