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scottish census look up if possible
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|Cazziemc||Report||4 Aug 2003 20:58|
Hello, I wonder if any kind person has the 1861 census and could look for my family for me pretty please! I am looking in particular for John Mcintosh, born approx 1831, Elizabeth Mcintosh born approx 1834, and any children with them, possibly, Elizabeth, Mary and John. In 1855 they were married at Perries Court, High Street and gave their addresses as - John - Blackfriars Wynd, and Elizabeth -Fountain Close. Johns parents were John and Mary Mcintosh and Elizabeths were David and Elizabeth Hume. I would just love to find any of them on any Scottish census. By 1871 they had moved to Salford, Manchester, England, where I still live today. Heres hoping!! Thank you. Carol