Calling on Kilgours! Would you like to help research Kilgour families?

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Hello all!

There are thousands of Kilgours and descendants out there! Do you have any in your tree? If so, the Kilgour Name Study could use your help!

If any of you are Kilgour descendants or have an interest in the Kilgour surname (and this INCLUDES the Killgour variant!), reply here if you're interested! Of course, feel free to comment below if you have any questions or suggestions.

Regards,
Amy Utting

WikiTree profile: Space:Kilgour_Name_Study
asked in The Tree House by Amy Utting G2G6 Pilot (128k points)
retagged by Amy Utting
My mother was born a Kilgour in State of Victoria, Australia.  I have information of her ancestry. Very happy to provide information.
It's lovely to meet you! If you're willing to join the study, I'll put your name on the active researchers list on the study page. Please read the page if you haven't already!
Perhaps beginning next month, I will begin a monthy (or maybe bi-weekly) email including the members of the study for us to talk about Kilgours we're actively researching or perhaps need some help with; if you're comfortable with this, please send me a Private Message anytime prior to June so that I have your email address for communication :)

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I have several Kilgore’s in my family tree, on a couple different branches.  There were many who settled on the Maine coast who came from Scotland.

There is also an Eastman name study and the Kilgore’s and Eastman’s in Maine are connected.
answered ago by Suzanne McLean G2G Crew (330 points)

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