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George & Andrew CHALMERS

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1861
Registration District: High Church
County: Lanarkshire
Village: St Mungos
ED: 4
Address: Drygate Street
George Chalmers Head Widower M 44 Labourer Glasgow Lanarkshire [Ceylon]
Ann Chalmers Dau Unm F 19 Winder Glasgow Lanarkshire
Andrew Chalmers Son M 13 Scholar Glasgow Lanarkshire
Margaret Chalmers Dau F 5 Scholar Glasgow Lanarkshire
Elizabeth Chalmers Dau F 1 - Glasgow Lanarkshire
Ann Glendenning Mother-in-Law Widow F 61 - Glasgow Lanarkshire
James Glendenning Brother-in-Law Mar M 28 Labourer Glasgow Lanarkshire
Elizabeth Glendenning Sister-in-Law Mar F 25 - Glasgow Lanarkshire
Andrew Glendenning Nephew M 0 - Glasgow Lanarkshire

Andrew and father George show in High Church Lanark for 1871. There is a cross check with two names in High Church, an Andrew aged 25 and a George aged 56. Surname indexed as CHAMERS.
I looked today without using a surname and I didn't find any High Church in Lanarkshire. And I didn't find George or Andrew.

Thanks,

Dave
 

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