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New Scottish Census
Do you have Scottish ancestors?
Perhaps you do and you just didn't know! Search our brand new Scottish census records today and discover if you have Scottish roots.
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|Samantha||Report||19 Mar 2003 20:44|
HELPPP!! The more i do this the more complicated and confused i get...lol I need help. My grandfather stopped talking to his family/parents/sisters, long before i was born. He is now passed away, im trying to find info on the sisters. I know there d.o.b. thats all, no idea who they married if they had kids ect. But the more i search i come across things that don't add up. today i found a a document on my grandfathers father, but the wifes name i was told is totally different, but dates/ area seem to match up. I went to the census site 1901 but u have to pay. I now live in Canada and can't just drive over to the Uk (wishes) and i keep hitting brick walls!! Can anyone lend me a hand or 3.. sjk AT wightman DOT ca thanks so much for any and all info.... Last name is MEACHEM