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Scottish Look Up Please?? ***ADDED INFO***

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Laura Report 11 Mar 2007 12:30

Have aded info below---- easier to read: june/jane lacey b. 31/3/1935 dundee f- james lacey ( rabbit trapper) m- jenny lacey ( dick) james lacey & jenny dick were marriend in gretna green no record of there marriage, you may have to contact gretna green registry. june had 2 sisters, elisabeth ann lacey b. 24/6/1936 at blair atholl, occupation of father was gamekeeper. shelia mary lacey b. 23/10/1939 at ballinluig could not find birth cert. for jenny lacey, but found her death cert. she died on 7/1/1948 aged 33 years at ballinluig, she had pulmonary t.b. for 6 years on death cert. said james lacey was a motor hirer, also on death cert. gave her father as martin dick ( draper) retired, mother anna moir couldn''t find marriage cert. of her parents, makes me think jenny was born elsewhere in uk. marriage- 13/6/1956 kinross john spears stone aged 22 years (gunner r.n.) usual residence-20 ivy st.morpeth northumberland f- thomas stone (miner) m- francis white june lacey aged 21 years wool corder machinist usual residence- 23 wick st kinross. father- james lacey ( motor hirer) mother jenny lacey ( dick) ( dec) found death cert. of martin dick ( formerly sheening) he died 6/9/1957 aged 79 years widower of ann moore his father was james sheening (dec) mother joan mcfarlane afterwards dick she was a book sewer ( dec) don''t know if this ihas any connection with jenny but i thought i would send you this, hope this info will help you


GlitterBaby Report 10 Mar 2007 17:28

Laura, It might be easier to copy and paste the info from your other thread. That way the information can be set out so it is easier to read. Maureen


GlitterBaby Report 10 Mar 2007 17:05

1891 will post this more to rule it out then anything else Name: Martin Foster Dick Age: 14 Estimated birth year: abt 1877 Relation: Son Father's name: James Mother's name: Roberta Gender: Male Where born: Newcastle, Northumberland, England Civil parish: Jesmond Ecclesiastical parish: St George Town: Newcastle County/Island: Northumberland Country: England Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Education: Employment status: View image Registration district: Newcastle Upon Tyne Sub-registration district: Byker ED, institution, or vessel: 53 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Sarah Hannah Atkinson 18 - servant Annie Mc Ewen Dick 15 born Newcastle Harnish Dick 5 born Newcastle James Dick 52 born Scotland Mairi Chalmers Dick 9 born Newcastle Martin Foster Dick 14 Roberta Dick 36 born Scotland Margt Jane Hogg 23 - servant Same family can be found on 1881 census


Reggie Report 10 Mar 2007 16:36

There are no results of any description for the name Sheening in Scotland on the Ancestry website. No results for Martin Dick in Scotland Can you check your info..............also give some idea of the county, at least........ Reg


Laura Report 10 Mar 2007 14:54

Having problems searching my scottish roots? A While ago a Woman put a post up here as she was goingto Scotland and offeref to do research for people, as half of my family are scottish i asked her if she would research my grandparents. See my post as a reply for information as it is easier to read there ....................................The only thing is i cant seem to go any firther or find anyone that she has mentioned, i wondered if anyone could help? Any hints, tips or information is welcome! Anyone know how to get started on this?