Date   

interesting webinar from Scotland Wed Nov 25

Sue Visser
 


Re: Islay Reunion 2004

Malcolm Campbell
 

My mistake. OOOps
 
At the Peterborough gathering,
 
Ancestry just told me she was a 5th cousin. Shared common 4th great grandparents.
 
Bit of a stretch
 
Malcolm Campbell
 

Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2020 7:22 AM
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Reunion 2004
 
Enjoyed both Islay and Peterborough gatherings! I also met cousins while in Ontario.  (I hope this reply doesn't copy everything. I had trouble with that before.)
Carolyn
 
On Wed, Oct 28, 2020 at 8:02 PM Malcolm Campbell <malcolmr.campbell@...> wrote:
The reunion I attended in Peterborough in 2005 was so memorable. Met a 4th cousin.
 
Malcolm Campbell
 
From: Sue Visser
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Reunion 2004
 
Hi Diane.  Thank you for fun memories.  Yes the pics are mine 😊. I've looked at the participant pics through the years.  I miss seeing some of those folks on our present list.
 
Take care and keep well wishes to all.
Sue


Re: Islay Reunion 2004

Carolyn Harmon
 

Enjoyed both Islay and Peterborough gatherings! I also met cousins while in Ontario.  (I hope this reply doesn't copy everything. I had trouble with that before.)
Carolyn

On Wed, Oct 28, 2020 at 8:02 PM Malcolm Campbell <malcolmr.campbell@...> wrote:
The reunion I attended in Peterborough in 2005 was so memorable. Met a 4th cousin.
 
Malcolm Campbell
 
From: Sue Visser
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Reunion 2004
 
Hi Diane.  Thank you for fun memories.  Yes the pics are mine 😊. I've looked at the participant pics through the years.  I miss seeing some of those folks on our present list.
 
Take care and keep well wishes to all.
Sue


Re: Islay Reunion 2004

Malcolm Campbell
 

The reunion I attended in Peterborough in 2005 was so memorable. Met a 4th cousin.
 
Malcolm Campbell
 

From: Sue Visser
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Reunion 2004
 
Hi Diane.  Thank you for fun memories.  Yes the pics are mine 😊. I've looked at the participant pics through the years.  I miss seeing some of those folks on our present list.
 
Take care and keep well wishes to all.
Sue


Re: Islay Reunion 2004

Sue Visser
 

Hi Diane.  Thank you for fun memories.  Yes the pics are mine 😊. I've looked at the participant pics through the years.  I miss seeing some of those folks on our present list.

Take care and keep well wishes to all.
Sue


Re: Islay Reunion 2004

Dixie Cutler
 

2004 the best of times. Thanks for the reminder. 
Dixie Cutler

Sent from Dix’s iPhone

On Oct 28, 2020, at 12:33 PM, M. Diane Rogers <diane_rogers@...> wrote:

Feeling nostalgic today. Just came across this photo from the 2004 Reunion on Islay.

Lots more Reunion photos on Steve Gilchrist's Isle of Islay site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~steve/islay/photos/sue/2004a/islay2004a.html
I think these are all or mostly Sue Visser's photos. Thank you, Sue. 

<islay breakfast 2004.JPG>


Islay Reunion 2004

M. Diane Rogers
 

Feeling nostalgic today. Just came across this photo from the 2004 Reunion on Islay.

Lots more Reunion photos on Steve Gilchrist's Isle of Islay site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~steve/islay/photos/sue/2004a/islay2004a.html
I think these are all or mostly Sue Visser's photos. Thank you, Sue. 


Re: Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Janet Chubb
 

Catherine Currie never married, she was single.

 

Janet Currie

 

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From: Dbmckellar via groups.io
Sent: October 27, 2020 4:45 PM
To: moonjett@...; Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

Catherine Currie.  Was she married to Dugald McLachlan? From Kilfinan?

 

Don McKellar

-----Original Message-----
From: L MOON <moonjett@...>
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Oct 27, 2020 1:29 am
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Hi Janet and all

 

I see where you mentioned information taken from the Poor Book of Kilarrow.    Is that Book available for searching someplace ?

 

I, too, am searching for my CURRIE ancestors of Islay.  My gr-grandfather, Archibald CURRIE was born around 1838 on Islay.  He immigrated to Central Ontario probably around 1865.  On his 1871 Ontario, Canada marriage to Flora GILCHRIST, he gave his parents names as James and Lizzie CURRIE.   I have been exploring the possible relationship of a DNA Match whose ancestor was Mary CURRIE born about 1841 on Islay, and gave her parents’ names as James CURRIE and Eliza LYNCH.  We have found no record of their coming to Canada or of their parents on Islay.  Perhaps they were in a poor house and sent away from there.

 

The Poor Book of Kilarrow provide a clue. 

 

Lois Moon

 

From: Janet Chubb
Sent: October 27, 2020 12:37 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

I do not know when Donald Currie or his wife Catherine Sinclair Currie passed away.   I found a death record for their daughter Catherine Currie who was a  sister to Alexander Currie who passed away in the Poorhouse, on 13 March 1874.  She never married.  

 

Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie children are:

Catherine Currie 1784   died 13 March 1874 in the Poorhouse

Mary Currie born 3 Feb 1787  husband unknown.

Iver Currie 18 Dec 1791 may have moved to the States not sure

Ann Currie 10 Dec 1796  husband unknown

Alexander Currie  1797  married Mary Buie from Jura moved 1851 on the Sea Walrus to Canada, they settled in Grey Co Ontario. 

 

This is all the children of Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie have.

 

There is this from the Poor Book of Kilarrow c 1852 page 29

In 1868 Catherine Currie was aged 84 and housed in the Poor house in Bowmore.  Her parents were confirmed as Donald Currie a labourer and Catherine Sinclair both deceased at this time

 

The thing is you can believe all you want but need proof.  Which is hard to find the further a person goes back.

 

Have a good day

 

Janet

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Anne Goeden
Sent: October 26, 2020 6:17 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

Hello:

 

I've found a reference on My Heritage to the deaths of Donald Currie who died just before 1851 in this poorhouse and his wife Catharine Sinclair who passed away shortly after. 

 

I and my cousins are matching via DNA to some of the descendants of Alexander Currie 1798-1866 (son of the above couple)

 

I'm trying to figure out if my ggg grandmother Mary Currie 1794-1877 and her brother Donald Currie 1806-1877 were siblings of Alexander.  We believe the mother of Mary and Donald was a Sinclair.  If they weren't siblings  they might have been first cousins. 

 

Anyway, would the death records for the poorhouse (c 1850/51) be in the parish records? or was there a separate register at the poorhouse? Also might there be any poorhouse admission records that might shed light on this couple? ( who could be my gggg grandparents) 

 

Thanks for any help.

 

Anne Goeden 

 

 

 


Re: Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Dbmckellar
 

Catherine Currie.  Was she married to Dugald McLachlan? From Kilfinan?

Don McKellar


-----Original Message-----
From: L MOON <moonjett@...>
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Oct 27, 2020 1:29 am
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Hi Janet and all
 
I see where you mentioned information taken from the Poor Book of Kilarrow.    Is that Book available for searching someplace ?
 
I, too, am searching for my CURRIE ancestors of Islay.  My gr-grandfather, Archibald CURRIE was born around 1838 on Islay.  He immigrated to Central Ontario probably around 1865.  On his 1871 Ontario, Canada marriage to Flora GILCHRIST, he gave his parents names as James and Lizzie CURRIE.   I have been exploring the possible relationship of a DNA Match whose ancestor was Mary CURRIE born about 1841 on Islay, and gave her parents’ names as James CURRIE and Eliza LYNCH.  We have found no record of their coming to Canada or of their parents on Islay.  Perhaps they were in a poor house and sent away from there.
 
The Poor Book of Kilarrow provide a clue. 
 
Lois Moon
 
From: Janet Chubb
Sent: October 27, 2020 12:37 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie
 
I do not know when Donald Currie or his wife Catherine Sinclair Currie passed away.   I found a death record for their daughter Catherine Currie who was a  sister to Alexander Currie who passed away in the Poorhouse, on 13 March 1874.  She never married.  
 
Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie children are:
Catherine Currie 1784   died 13 March 1874 in the Poorhouse
Mary Currie born 3 Feb 1787  husband unknown.
Iver Currie 18 Dec 1791 may have moved to the States not sure
Ann Currie 10 Dec 1796  husband unknown
Alexander Currie  1797  married Mary Buie from Jura moved 1851 on the Sea Walrus to Canada, they settled in Grey Co Ontario. 
 
This is all the children of Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie have.
 
There is this from the Poor Book of Kilarrow c 1852 page 29
In 1868 Catherine Currie was aged 84 and housed in the Poor house in Bowmore.  Her parents were confirmed as Donald Currie a labourer and Catherine Sinclair both deceased at this time
 
The thing is you can believe all you want but need proof.  Which is hard to find the further a person goes back.
 
Have a good day
 
Janet
 
 
Sent from Mail for Windows 10
 
From: Anne Goeden
Sent: October 26, 2020 6:17 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie
 
Hello:
 
I've found a reference on My Heritage to the deaths of Donald Currie who died just before 1851 in this poorhouse and his wife Catharine Sinclair who passed away shortly after. 
 
I and my cousins are matching via DNA to some of the descendants of Alexander Currie 1798-1866 (son of the above couple)
 
I'm trying to figure out if my ggg grandmother Mary Currie 1794-1877 and her brother Donald Currie 1806-1877 were siblings of Alexander.  We believe the mother of Mary and Donald was a Sinclair.  If they weren't siblings  they might have been first cousins. 
 
Anyway, would the death records for the poorhouse (c 1850/51) be in the parish records? or was there a separate register at the poorhouse? Also might there be any poorhouse admission records that might shed light on this couple? ( who could be my gggg grandparents) 
 
Thanks for any help.
 
Anne Goeden 
 
 


Re: Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

L MOON
 

Hi Janet and all

 

I see where you mentioned information taken from the Poor Book of Kilarrow.    Is that Book available for searching someplace ?

 

I, too, am searching for my CURRIE ancestors of Islay.  My gr-grandfather, Archibald CURRIE was born around 1838 on Islay.  He immigrated to Central Ontario probably around 1865.  On his 1871 Ontario, Canada marriage to Flora GILCHRIST, he gave his parents names as James and Lizzie CURRIE.   I have been exploring the possible relationship of a DNA Match whose ancestor was Mary CURRIE born about 1841 on Islay, and gave her parents’ names as James CURRIE and Eliza LYNCH.  We have found no record of their coming to Canada or of their parents on Islay.  Perhaps they were in a poor house and sent away from there.

 

The Poor Book of Kilarrow provide a clue. 

 

Lois Moon

 

From: Janet Chubb
Sent: October 27, 2020 12:37 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

I do not know when Donald Currie or his wife Catherine Sinclair Currie passed away.   I found a death record for their daughter Catherine Currie who was a  sister to Alexander Currie who passed away in the Poorhouse, on 13 March 1874.  She never married.  

 

Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie children are:

Catherine Currie 1784   died 13 March 1874 in the Poorhouse

Mary Currie born 3 Feb 1787  husband unknown.

Iver Currie 18 Dec 1791 may have moved to the States not sure

Ann Currie 10 Dec 1796  husband unknown

Alexander Currie  1797  married Mary Buie from Jura moved 1851 on the Sea Walrus to Canada, they settled in Grey Co Ontario. 

 

This is all the children of Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie have.

 

There is this from the Poor Book of Kilarrow c 1852 page 29

In 1868 Catherine Currie was aged 84 and housed in the Poor house in Bowmore.  Her parents were confirmed as Donald Currie a labourer and Catherine Sinclair both deceased at this time

 

The thing is you can believe all you want but need proof.  Which is hard to find the further a person goes back.

 

Have a good day

 

Janet

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Anne Goeden
Sent: October 26, 2020 6:17 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

Hello:

 

I've found a reference on My Heritage to the deaths of Donald Currie who died just before 1851 in this poorhouse and his wife Catharine Sinclair who passed away shortly after. 

 

I and my cousins are matching via DNA to some of the descendants of Alexander Currie 1798-1866 (son of the above couple)

 

I'm trying to figure out if my ggg grandmother Mary Currie 1794-1877 and her brother Donald Currie 1806-1877 were siblings of Alexander.  We believe the mother of Mary and Donald was a Sinclair.  If they weren't siblings  they might have been first cousins. 

 

Anyway, would the death records for the poorhouse (c 1850/51) be in the parish records? or was there a separate register at the poorhouse? Also might there be any poorhouse admission records that might shed light on this couple? ( who could be my gggg grandparents) 

 

Thanks for any help.

 

Anne Goeden 

 

 


Re: Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Janet Chubb
 

I do not know when Donald Currie or his wife Catherine Sinclair Currie passed away.   I found a death record for their daughter Catherine Currie who was a  sister to Alexander Currie who passed away in the Poorhouse, on 13 March 1874.  She never married.  

 

Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie children are:

Catherine Currie 1784   died 13 March 1874 in the Poorhouse

Mary Currie born 3 Feb 1787  husband unknown.

Iver Currie 18 Dec 1791 may have moved to the States not sure

Ann Currie 10 Dec 1796  husband unknown

Alexander Currie  1797  married Mary Buie from Jura moved 1851 on the Sea Walrus to Canada, they settled in Grey Co Ontario. 

 

This is all the children of Donald Currie and Catherine Sinclair Currie have.

 

There is this from the Poor Book of Kilarrow c 1852 page 29

In 1868 Catherine Currie was aged 84 and housed in the Poor house in Bowmore.  Her parents were confirmed as Donald Currie a labourer and Catherine Sinclair both deceased at this time

 

The thing is you can believe all you want but need proof.  Which is hard to find the further a person goes back.

 

Have a good day

 

Janet

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Anne Goeden
Sent: October 26, 2020 6:17 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

 

Hello:

 

I've found a reference on My Heritage to the deaths of Donald Currie who died just before 1851 in this poorhouse and his wife Catharine Sinclair who passed away shortly after. 

 

I and my cousins are matching via DNA to some of the descendants of Alexander Currie 1798-1866 (son of the above couple)

 

I'm trying to figure out if my ggg grandmother Mary Currie 1794-1877 and her brother Donald Currie 1806-1877 were siblings of Alexander.  We believe the mother of Mary and Donald was a Sinclair.  If they weren't siblings  they might have been first cousins. 

 

Anyway, would the death records for the poorhouse (c 1850/51) be in the parish records? or was there a separate register at the poorhouse? Also might there be any poorhouse admission records that might shed light on this couple? ( who could be my gggg grandparents) 

 

Thanks for any help.

 

Anne Goeden 

 


Poor house later called Gortonvoggie

Anne Goeden
 

Hello:

I've found a reference on My Heritage to the deaths of Donald Currie who died just before 1851 in this poorhouse and his wife Catharine Sinclair who passed away shortly after. 

I and my cousins are matching via DNA to some of the descendants of Alexander Currie 1798-1866 (son of the above couple)

I'm trying to figure out if my ggg grandmother Mary Currie 1794-1877 and her brother Donald Currie 1806-1877 were siblings of Alexander.  We believe the mother of Mary and Donald was a Sinclair.  If they weren't siblings  they might have been first cousins. 

Anyway, would the death records for the poorhouse (c 1850/51) be in the parish records? or was there a separate register at the poorhouse? Also might there be any poorhouse admission records that might shed light on this couple? ( who could be my gggg grandparents) 

Thanks for any help.

Anne Goeden 


Re: Cemetery Index Question

GREG FERGUSON
 

Sorry my mistake I should have looked closer at the geography of Argyll.

Perhaps someone here might have knowledge of the Cemetery anyways and able to share.

I was also wondering tonight if many in this Islay group have taken the Ancestry DNA test ?

I'm specifically interested in those that might share DNA from the following surnames Ferguson, McArthur, Gillespie, Adair, and Whyte. 
Others would be Currie, Hyndman, Jamieson  mostly from Bowmore, Kilmeny dating back to ancestors between 1760 -1830 time frame

Ferguson Went to Paisley, Renfrewshire for 1841 Census 

then immigrated to Oro, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada about 1850. 


On Saturday, October 24, 2020, 05:47:32 p.m. CDT, John Kemplen via groups.io <john.kemplen@...> wrote:


Hello Greg

Could I enquire why you have posted this query to the Islay list?  Inverchaolain is on the Cowal peninsula of Argyll rather than on the Isle of Islay, Argyll.  I have links to both Inverchaolain and Islay.  My McKellar ancestors can be traced back to Inverchaolain parish, but they moved to Bute and then around 1840 two of them and their wives moved to Islay.  Although I can't help you with your query, I would be interested to hear the answer if you get one.  I do not think it is very likely that any of my ancestors would be buried at Inverchaolain Church because Inverchaolain looks, to modern eyes, to be a very strange parish, straggling all the way round Loch Striven with no direct roads connecting the eastern and western parts.  It made perfect sense in the old days, because there weren't many roads anywhere and it was often easier to get around by boat, so centring a parish on a loch made good sense.  However, Inverchaolain Church is on the east shore of Loch Striven and I think there may have been another church or churches serving the parts of the parish on the west shore of Loch Striven and the north-east shore of the Kyles of Bute, where I believe my ancestors lived.  I am descended from one of the two brothers who moved to Islay around 1840.  My paternal gggg-grandmother was a Margaret Brown from Inverchaolain, born 1763.

Good luck with your quest.

John Kemplen


On 24/10/2020 20:55, GREG FERGUSON via groups.io wrote:
Is anyone aware of an index for the  Inverchaolain Church, Churchyard
and how one might get a copy? 

Is there a website that has pictures of headstones?

I'm interested in Whyte or White , Ferguson
possibly Brown, Taylor and Adair. 

NS07NE 2.01 09096 75282

INVENTORY OF GRAVEYARD AND CEMETERY SITES IN SCOTLAND REFERENCE:

N.B. This reference applies collectively to NS07NE 2.01 and NS07NE 2.023

Address: Inverchaolain Church Churchyard and Churchyard Extension

Postcode: PA23 7UN

Status: In current use for burials

Size: Churchyard: 0.23 hectares, 0.56 acres; Churchyard Extension: 0.09 hectares, 0.23 acres

TOIDs:

Number of gravestones: 227

Earliest gravestone: 1732

Most recent gravestone: 2003

Description: Burial ground associated with a church

Data Sources: OS MasterMap checked 22 September 2005; Graveyard Recording Form dated 6 March 2003

Thank you
Greg Ferguson


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Re: Cemetery Index Question

John Kemplen
 

Hello Greg

Could I enquire why you have posted this query to the Islay list?  Inverchaolain is on the Cowal peninsula of Argyll rather than on the Isle of Islay, Argyll.  I have links to both Inverchaolain and Islay.  My McKellar ancestors can be traced back to Inverchaolain parish, but they moved to Bute and then around 1840 two of them and their wives moved to Islay.  Although I can't help you with your query, I would be interested to hear the answer if you get one.  I do not think it is very likely that any of my ancestors would be buried at Inverchaolain Church because Inverchaolain looks, to modern eyes, to be a very strange parish, straggling all the way round Loch Striven with no direct roads connecting the eastern and western parts.  It made perfect sense in the old days, because there weren't many roads anywhere and it was often easier to get around by boat, so centring a parish on a loch made good sense.  However, Inverchaolain Church is on the east shore of Loch Striven and I think there may have been another church or churches serving the parts of the parish on the west shore of Loch Striven and the north-east shore of the Kyles of Bute, where I believe my ancestors lived.  I am descended from one of the two brothers who moved to Islay around 1840.  My paternal gggg-grandmother was a Margaret Brown from Inverchaolain, born 1763.

Good luck with your quest.

John Kemplen


On 24/10/2020 20:55, GREG FERGUSON via groups.io wrote:
Is anyone aware of an index for the Inverchaolain Church, Churchyard
and how one might get a copy? 

Is there a website that has pictures of headstones?

I'm interested in Whyte or White , Ferguson
possibly Brown, Taylor and Adair. 

NS07NE 2.01 09096 75282

INVENTORY OF GRAVEYARD AND CEMETERY SITES IN SCOTLAND REFERENCE:

N.B. This reference applies collectively to NS07NE 2.01 and NS07NE 2.023

Address: Inverchaolain Church Churchyard and Churchyard Extension

Postcode: PA23 7UN

Status: In current use for burials

Size: Churchyard: 0.23 hectares, 0.56 acres; Churchyard Extension: 0.09 hectares, 0.23 acres

TOIDs:

Number of gravestones: 227

Earliest gravestone: 1732

Most recent gravestone: 2003

Description: Burial ground associated with a church

Data Sources: OS MasterMap checked 22 September 2005; Graveyard Recording Form dated 6 March 2003

Thank you
Greg Ferguson


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Cemetery Index Question

GREG FERGUSON
 

Is anyone aware of an index for the Inverchaolain Church, Churchyard
and how one might get a copy? 

Is there a website that has pictures of headstones?

I'm interested in Whyte or White , Ferguson
possibly Brown, Taylor and Adair. 

NS07NE 2.01 09096 75282

INVENTORY OF GRAVEYARD AND CEMETERY SITES IN SCOTLAND REFERENCE:

N.B. This reference applies collectively to NS07NE 2.01 and NS07NE 2.023

Address: Inverchaolain Church Churchyard and Churchyard Extension

Postcode: PA23 7UN

Status: In current use for burials

Size: Churchyard: 0.23 hectares, 0.56 acres; Churchyard Extension: 0.09 hectares, 0.23 acres

TOIDs:

Number of gravestones: 227

Earliest gravestone: 1732

Most recent gravestone: 2003

Description: Burial ground associated with a church

Data Sources: OS MasterMap checked 22 September 2005; Graveyard Recording Form dated 6 March 2003

Thank you
Greg Ferguson


Re: REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Allan Moore
 

Great Faith

I know where to stay next time I am up in the NWT!

Allan
Calgary

On Oct 21, 2020, at 16:55, Embleton House <ehouse@...> wrote:

I am sorry to hear that. Our community after being Covid free for several months just had three presumptive cases reported. We are all waiting to hear if they have it or not. I am still struggling to get a bunch of new things set up to see our business through all this. A lot of learning for a old girl like me. Never thought I would be building web pages and learning how ecomerce hooks to it and booking engines. My brain is almost fired but it is keeping this business afloat I hope until this virus is gone and I can sell and retire and start doing what old ladies do
As ever faith

Embleton House B&B
Licence # 009-002809
5203 52 Street
Yellowknife, NT.
Canada, X1A 1T8
Ph: 1-867-873-2892 Ext: 0
Ph: Toll free in North America: 1-888-909-5203
Fax: 1-867-873-4927


-----Original Message-----
From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cas Houston
Sent: October 20, 2020 3:43 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Hi Faith,

Nice to hear from you again, all is well here too so far, although I lost a good friend to Cov-19 early in the year.

Best Regards

Charles

==========

On 20-Oct-20 3:40 AM, Embleton House wrote:
Hi Cas Houston
I just wanted to tell you that this is faith Harvey Embleton Not
Elizabeth but I think this family tree may fir with mine also I will
check it out. Hope you are staying well. All is well in Canada's NWT
Faith
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Re: REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Embleton House
 

I am sorry to hear that. Our community after being Covid free for several months just had three presumptive cases reported. We are all waiting to hear if they have it or not. I am still struggling to get a bunch of new things set up to see our business through all this. A lot of learning for a old girl like me. Never thought I would be building web pages and learning how ecomerce hooks to it and booking engines. My brain is almost fired but it is keeping this business afloat I hope until this virus is gone and I can sell and retire and start doing what old ladies do
As ever faith

Embleton House B&B
Licence # 009-002809
5203 52 Street
Yellowknife, NT.
Canada, X1A 1T8
Ph: 1-867-873-2892 Ext: 0
Ph: Toll free in North America: 1-888-909-5203
Fax: 1-867-873-4927

-----Original Message-----
From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cas Houston
Sent: October 20, 2020 3:43 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Hi Faith,

Nice to hear from you again, all is well here too so far, although I lost a good friend to Cov-19 early in the year.

Best Regards

Charles

==========

On 20-Oct-20 3:40 AM, Embleton House wrote:
Hi Cas Houston
I just wanted to tell you that this is faith Harvey Embleton Not
Elizabeth but I think this family tree may fir with mine also I will
check it out. Hope you are staying well. All is well in Canada's NWT
Faith
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Re: REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Cas Houston <cmcfhouston@...>
 

Hi Faith,

Nice to hear from you again, all is well here too so far, although I lost a good friend to Cov-19 early in the year.

Best Regards

Charles

==========

On 20-Oct-20 3:40 AM, Embleton House wrote:
Hi Cas Houston
I just wanted to tell you that this is faith Harvey Embleton Not Elizabeth but I think this family tree may fir with mine also I will check it out. Hope you are staying well. All is well in Canada's NWT
Faith
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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Roger
 

Nae bother only glad to help and I hope your Dad gets as much out of it as I did researching it
Best of luck to you all
Roger


On 20 Oct 2020, at 16:28, Liz D <elizbethann@...> wrote:

Roger I tried replying directly to your emails but I kept getting a delivery error message, which was strange given that I was receiving your emails and had responded previously.

I would like to thank you all for helping me with my branch of the Campbell family. Without your assistance and collaboration it would have taken me many years to gather all this information alone. Your kindness means such a lot to me because my father was recently diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer and this information will lift his spirits tremendously. I truly appreciate everyone's efforts. God bless and keep safe!


Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Liz D
 

Roger I tried replying directly to your emails but I kept getting a delivery error message, which was strange given that I was receiving your emails and had responded previously.

I would like to thank you all for helping me with my branch of the Campbell family. Without your assistance and collaboration it would have taken me many years to gather all this information alone. Your kindness means such a lot to me because my father was recently diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer and this information will lift his spirits tremendously. I truly appreciate everyone's efforts. God bless and keep safe!