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Peter ANDERSON & Jean NESBIT

DaveHam9

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Hello,

Yes, :D it's about 50/50 Nesbit/Nisbet in given and middle names of descendants.

Peter ANDERSON & Jean NISBET - Two IGI extracted records:
Marriage: Dec 1823 New Kilpatrick, Dunbarton, Scotland
------- 14 Dec 1823 Crieff, Perth, Scotland

John b. 1824 Crieff
Peter b. 1826 Crieff
Janet b. 1829 Crieff
?
Jean b. 1837 Crieff
?
James b. abt 1840 ?

Please see if you can find the family in 1841. Thanks.

Regards,

Dave
 

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