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Re: Strathearn

Posted: 16 Oct 2013 7:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
If Robbie Wilson is right and your mother-in-law was born in Muirkirk, Ayr in 1918, then there is a Hugh Strathearn b Muirkirk in 1904 (d 1985 Kilmarnock) and a James Strathearn b 1912 Muirkirk (d 1986 Old Cumnock which isn't far from Muirkirk). Muirkirk itself is not a large place (have you been there?) so that the coincidence of all 3 of these family members being born there within a similar timeframe suggests they may have been siblings! Of course you would have to order up the certificates to prove who this Hugh and this James might be, but then you would have your answer. As another person here has suggested, Hugh Strathearn may also have been a doctor. Do you know the possibility of that? Kilmaurs is virtually next door to Kilmarnock where he may have died. Some correct dates I believe have been lost in transcription!

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SubjectAuthorDate Posted
grandma716 14 Apr 2013 3:34PM GMT 
alicook54 16 Apr 2013 2:59AM GMT 
grandma716 20 Apr 2013 3:14AM GMT 
RobbieWilson4... 13 Oct 2013 11:20PM GMT 
grandma716 16 Oct 2013 2:28AM GMT 
hughgemmell 16 Oct 2013 1:19PM GMT 
Janet_S30 16 Oct 2013 9:55AM GMT 
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