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Mary Jane Nicolson (born Whitelaw) was born circa 1843, at birth place, to Robert James Whitlaw and Janet (Jessie) Whitlaw (born Calder). Robert was born on November , in Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland. Janet was born on September , in Abbey St. Bathans, Berwickshire, Scotland.
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· For Mary Whitelaw, there are a number of entries for births in in Lanark. There was one in particular that caught my eye. There is an actual birth extract entry for the birth of a Margaret Whitlaw to a James Whitlaw and Mary Young on 24 July in Old Monkland, Lanark.
Oktober an James Whitlaw, James Savage und William Coit vergeben. Der Name für die Town war Coit's Gore. Mit einigen anderen Gebieten wurde der Grant am 15. November zur Town Waterville festgesetzt. Die Besiedlung startete 1789, lebten sieben Familien in Gore und erste Mühlen wurden
1851 Census Roll CSSCT1851_173 Reg Dist 662, Bathgate Parish, ED4 Address: Engine Street Household schedule # 73. Thomas Whitlaw 45 head molecatcher born Torphichen, Linlithgowshire Mary Whitlaw 43 wife born Bathgate, " James Whitlaw 14 son. Henry Whitlaw 11 son. Robert Whitlaw 9 son
James WHITLAW . WHITLAW, James McGowan "Jim" Peacefully at the General Hospital on Monday, August 23, 2010, in his 88th year. Beloved husband for 64 years of Madeline (nee MacDonald), and loving father to John (Judy) of Hamilton, Lynn (Ray Varey) of Hamilton, Jim (Jo-Anne) of Petrolia and dear friend and son Paul (Rosemary) of Dundas.
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James Whitelaw Hamilton ( ) Burnmouth Harbour. Medium: Oil on canvas Size without frame: 16.7" x 20.2" Size including frame: 25.0" x 28.5" SOLD. An excellent view of Burnmouth with the sun shining- a small fishing village between Berwick and Eyemouth.
Welsher - a Welshman + Wobbleton Whiteleg Welshers - as Mr Mink says, the authors of History of the City of Dublin (London, 1818): John Warburton, James Whitlaw, and Robert Walsh. caill (keil) (gael) - loss, damage. Drom-Choll-Coil - old Irish name of Dublin, means 'brow of hazelwood'. Dinas-Dulin - Welsh name of ...