I need to buy some credits, but I will look at the detail and if I think there is a transcription issue I'll contact SP. We all have the same objective - to make the records as accurate as possible - every little helps.



------ Original Message ------
From: "J LOCHRIDGE via Groups.Io" <j.lochridge@...>
Sent: Thursday, 20 Feb, 2020 At 08:38
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays - DUNCAN MACAULAY - 1851 CENSUS - GLASGOW BARONY

If it was on Scotlands People, please let them know and they will re-check and correct any error

On Thursday, 20 February 2020, 01:40:58 GMT, Angus MacKay Menary <ammenary1000@...> wrote:


Just to let you know that DUNCAN does appear in the 1851 Scottish Census at Glasgow BARONY.

He appears as "DUNCAN MCANLEY" aged 60. Ref: 622/63/21.

He is listed with his children Mary, John and Margaret as well as his niece, Jean. Their surnames are also given as "MCANLEY".

Best regards,


From: <> on behalf of mearnsmg@... via Groups.Io <mearnsmg@...>
Sent: 19 February 2020 20:01
To: <>
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays
Hi Paul,

I left Greenock Scotland in 1962 now reside in Kent England. My son lives in Syracue Utah, so I have been to Idaho a couple of times.

I tried all the names you gave with Duncan but got nil returns, although I believe I found Angus and his wife. I have always taken Scotland's People as the authoratitive source of all official scottish records, it will be interested in seeing their response to my query.

If you have something on Duncan around 1861 that is good news. Prior to 1855 death records are few and far between. In the 1851 info you sent Duncan is shown as 60, so at 1861 he would be 70ish, at that age I would have thought he was too old to undertake long voyages

I'll keep you posted.


------ Original Message ------
From: "Paul MacAuley" <pmacauley@...>
To: "" <>
Sent: Wednesday, 19 Feb, 2020 At 03:30
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays

Hi Mike,
Just out of curiosity, where are you located. I live in the state of Idaho, USA. (Not that it makes any difference.) I could not find Duncan in the 1851 census either. I mentioned this to a friend I had made in Scotland through the research I was doing and he provided me with what I sent to you. I got the information from Ancestry. I don't know why it's not on ScotlandsPeople.

I still haven't figured out what happened to Duncan. I'm assuming that he emigrated somewhere, maybe Australia or New Zealand. If he stayed in Scotland there should be some record. I haven't found any records about Duncan beyond the 1861 census and it doesn't make sense.
If I find anything, I'll let you know

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