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aitken family of Greenock


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Hi there,

Could sks please do a lookup for the following siblings:

Thomas Alexander Aitken B 8 April 1863 Tradeston
Henry John Murray Aitken B25 Jan 1865 Tradeston
James McIntyre Aitken B 8 May 1874 Greenock
Eleanor Isabella Aitken B 21 Aug 1870 Greenock
Mary Ann Aitken B 21 Nov 1872 Greenock
Jane M Aitken B abt 1876
George E Aitken B abt 1880
Margaret Aitken B abt 1881
William S Aitken B abt 1878

Their parents were Thomas Alexander Aitken and Jane Sutherland Murray who were married in Tradeston on 27 June 1862. Their last known address was 268 Bath Street, Glasgow in 1891.

Thanking you in anticipation

Kind regards

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