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William SWAN

DaveHam9

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Hello,

James SWAN b. 29 Sep 1782 c. 29 Sep 1782 Markinch, Fife
- parents David SWAN & Margaret GROUNDIESTONE

1861
Address New Row St, Dunfirmline Burgh
James Swan aged 78, Pattern Card Cutter b. Mittown-Babgoner, Fifeshire [Milton of Balgonie]
William Swan (son) aged 50, Pattern Card Cutter (Emp 3 female Sor) b. Dunfirmline

Death: 30 Sep 1864; New Row, Dunfermline James Swan; pattern card cutter; widower of Margaret Stewart; age 82; parents David Swan, brewer, deceased and Margaret Swan M.S. Grandison, deceased; witness William Swan, son.

Possible but I think not the right death:

1874 SWAN WILLIAM M 68 CUPAR /FIFE 420/00 0071

I'd like a look up for William in 1871 please.

Regards,

Dave
 

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