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June 20th 2019
03:01:48 PM
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Barbara Fonnes

How did you find this Web Site?  

Browsing around for information about Haywood where my great-grandfather & family lived from late 1860\'s to about 1880.

Where are you from?  

Stavanger, Norway

Do you have any comments?  

Interesting to see the old pictures.

   
June 22nd 2016
11:09:48 AM
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Eric Barlow

How did you find this Web Site?  

google

Where are you from?  

Lanark

Do you have any comments?  

I was a brilliant Gala Day

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February 9th 2014
02:37:05 PM
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Mary Sweeney

How did you find this Web Site?  

by chance just scrolling for information on wilsontown forth

Where are you from?  

n.ireland

Do you have any comments?  

searching for any or all information and friends of my friend (deeks) Jackson. Formerly of quality row wilsontown. He is a mind of information and memories of the villiage and worked in the local coal mine as his father before him did!!!

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February 6th 2014
11:05:43 AM
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Jack Prosser

How did you find this Web Site?  

google

Where are you from?  

Peebles

Do you have any comments?  

Like the new look website

   
August 23rd 2013
10:57:23 AM
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Jack Smith

How did you find this Web Site?  

yahoo

Where are you from?  

Galashiels

Do you have any comments?  

Loved the site

   
April 18th 2013
02:27:34 PM
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sheila drysdale

How did you find this Web Site?  

googled it

Where are you from?  

Glasgow

Do you have any comments?  

I would love to hear from anyone who knows, or better still is related to the late William Conn( e/o)r. I believe I saw him in a school photo of 1951, and he was born 1937 or 1938 and died between 1985 and 1990.
I would be grateful for any snippets of information and will be happy to write more about the reasons for my request should you contact me.

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March 6th 2013
06:03:15 AM
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Kevin McBride

How did you find this Web Site?  

Link from south Lanarkshire Page

Where are you from?  

Inverkeithing,Fife

Do you have any comments?  

I am trying to find hoy relatives in the Hazelbank/kirkfieldbank area.My ancestor was a John Hoy born 1819 at Kirkfieldbank,

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December 3rd 2012
11:51:52 AM
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william babes

How did you find this Web Site?  

web site

Where are you from?  

glasgow

Do you have any comments?  

my brother worked in the forth his name was tom shearer good site

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November 6th 2012
04:17:15 AM
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Ben Wilson

How did you find this Web Site?  

ancestry research

Where are you from?  

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Do you have any comments?  

Hello, my name is Ben Wilson (actually a direct patrilineal descendant of William Wilson, my ggggggrandfather, who cofounded the Wilsontown ironworks). I was happy to find a website for Wilsontown and enjoyed browsing. I'm also looking for any information on Henry Wilson (William's son), as I haven't come across any yet. Thanks for the great site. Ben

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September 12th 2012
05:11:55 AM
What is your name?  

MARY SWEENEY nee Mc GRATH

How did you find this Web Site?  

searching for classmates and information about Dixons mines and Wilsontown for my friend

Where are you from?  

Portaferry,Co.Down. N.Ireland

Do you have any comments?  

My friend is Bob (deeks) Jackson who was born and lived on Quality Row, Wilsontown. He would be very greatful to hear from any class mates or friends to contact him. He worked down the mines as a young boy, as did his Father and uncle.He has photographs of school days and has a mind of information to all those who are interested!! please contact me if anyone went to school or worked with him at anytime! many thanks, what a great site

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