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John b. 15 Mar 1863 Largs, Ayr
James MALCOLM & Elisabeth WYLIE
Batch: C116021

Registration No: 602
Registration District: Largs
Civil Parish: Largs
Town: Largs
County: Ayrshire
Address: 57 Nelson St
MALCOM James Head 60 Harness Weaver Largs Ayrshire
MALCOM Elisabeth Wife 60 Largs Ayrshire
MALCOM Mary Dau 20 Milliner Largs Ayrshire
MALCOM John Son 18 Drapers Assistant Largs Ayrshire
MALCOM Maggie Ann Dau 15 Largs Ayrshire

Assuming John is still in Ayr and a draper or similar then I'd like a search for him in 1891 and 1901.



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