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Scotland - Central and East Region

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Scotland Project Page > Geographical Team > Central and East Region

Welcome to the Scotland - Central and East Region, a part of Scotland's Geographical Team.

Regional Team Leader: Denise (Hylton) Hunt

This team consists of the following county teams:

County Teams
Space:Scotland - Perthshire Team
Space:Scotland - Stirlingshire Team
Space:Scotland - Fife Team
Space:Scotland - Angus Team
Space:Scotland - Kinross-shire Team
Space:Scotland - Clackmannanshire Team
Space:Scotland - City of Dundee Team




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I'm already a member of the Scotland Project and would also like to join your Group, Denise Denise (Hylton) Hunt. I have many paternal and maternal (and some possibly both!) ancestors who lived in this area in the late medieval-early modern era and have tracked some to before this time. They lived in Aberdeenshire, Angushire, Ayrshire, Clackmannanshire, Edinburgh and surrounding areas, Fifeshire, Haddingtonshire, Lanarkshire, Perthshire and Stirlingshire. Many of my paternal ancestors came to the colonies of North America in the 1600s-1700s and my maternal lineage migrated to Northern Ireland also in the 1600s-1700s with my mainline coming to the US in 1856. I've done quite a bit of research which I'm glad to share and of course still have questions - and it would be great to meet cousins. Slainte' Beth
posted by Beth (Brown) Golden
My grandfather, Peter Walker, died in the Dumbreck Mine disaster in 1938. There is a large monument at Charles St and East Burnside St, Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire. A book written by Matt O'Neill called " Dumbreck" a private inquiry" http://www.scottishmining.co.uk/284.html http://www.healeyhero.co.uk/rescue/pits/Kilsyth/Kilsyth.html
posted by Fran (Walker) Sharland