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May 29th 2021
04:28:29 PM
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GLEN DUNDAS

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Glen Dundas from Alberta, Western Canada. Relation of Moses Dundas who came to Canada in 1823.

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March 1st 2021
02:57:45 PM
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Thomas Martin

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A labour of love is a pleasure to perform and a delight to observe.

Congratulations and well done, Cathy - ya dun tha\' Dundas prowde!

Cheers, from a mongrel Anglo-Celtic-Saxon-Norman downunder.

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October 10th 2020
09:59:51 AM
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Steve Dodd

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A fascinating site! My interest is philatelic in that I have an envelope in my collection addressed to The Right Hon. Visct. Melville, 7 Portugal Street, Grosvenor Square, London. It is postmarked LASSWADE and was posted on March 14th 1877. I believe that the Viscount in question is the 4th Viscount Melville (Robert Dundas, as the 3rd Viscount died in 1876. I have been searching for an image of Robert but with no success. As there is no image on your website either I assume that none is publicly available?

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September 10th 2020
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Shona Garson

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Very early on in my research into the Dundas family whose name was used to name Dundas Crescent in Kirkwall and Dundas Street in Orkney, Scotland. Would be interested in this branch of the family if anyone knows anything. Many thanks. :slightly_smiling_face:

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July 9th 2020
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Thor Gio Dundas

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Great work Cathy and thank you. Sent you some info concerning Dundases in Sweden
Best Regards
Thor

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May 23rd 2020
07:28:05 AM
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David Peter Alexander Dundas

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Signed your guest book many years ago, when I wrote that I lived in Lichfield, which I still do. I am a retired scientist (BSc St Andrews) and engineer. When I was at St Andrews, I was able to read several very old books and documents in the library and learned that the lands of Dundas were part of the lands granted to the Duke of Northumbria who then granted them to his brother.

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April 21st 2020
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Bill Barber

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Great work Cathy! It seems you will need to update the email address though to: dundas-genealogy@googlegroups.com

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March 8th 2020
06:35:08 AM
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Ralph Cook

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Interesting stuff. I\'ve been doing my family tree & that of my step father for some 25 years. I have linked my (he would consider himself, very) working class step father to the aristocratic Pembertons of Lancashire, my mother to the Halkerstons of Fifeshire and my paternal grandparents to the Berkeley (Grandmother) & Huntley (Grandfather) families of Gloucestershire, as well as of course many of the ubiquitous 19th century labourers, husbandmen, maid-servants and Inn-keepers who are my more recent ancestors! The Dundas family of Westborne illustrate one means by which our wealthy ancestors have left people like my immediate family penniless - acquiring huge debts. The other is being descended of the youngest son, of the youngest son, of the......

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July 5th 2019
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Christina Carter

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Hi and this is amazing my gran was Dorothy Dundas her father moved =from Edinburgh as a child to live in York. I have always been intrigued by the family history do you have any pictures of the ancestors?

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June 22nd 2019
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Denise

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Hi,
Thanks for sharing all this research, it is very interesting to read

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