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Alistair M Duthie, Luncarty, theduthies@hotmail.com

I am looking for help in trying to find a marriage in around 1780 it is for Hector Munro and Janet Munro they had 4 children at Forsinard between 1784 to 1792 and later were cleared to Kirkton in Strath Halladale near Melvich, and ultimately to Bighouse.

If anyone has any ideas of where to go from here please let me know I am aware there may be some family around Inverurie but haven’t been able to make contact yet

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10/11/10

Pat Davis, Cambridge OH 43725, pdavis37840@roadrunner.com

comments:_ = Re: Rev. Dr. John MONROE of North River and Capon Bridge, Hampshire Co. WV. He was born 1750 in Truro Parish, FairfaxCoVA.

Do you have or know if exist the marriage records of Rev. John Monroe?

I have just rec'd pdfs, images of pgs of "Ketocton Assn." minutes (Baptist) for 1789-1808. My Elijah DAVIS was in Rev. Monroe's congregation, both at North River and at Capon Chapel, and maybe at Timber Ridge. I'm looking for marriage info for Elijah's children.



16/10/10

Anne Atkin, Victoria Australia, atkingj@aapt.net.au

Looking for information about my husband's ggg grandmother Margaret Munro born approx in the late 1700s. She married a John Mathison in approx 1795 as a son Gordon Clunes Mathison was born that year.



16/10/10

Caroline Ellison, Adelaide South Australia, Caroline.Ellison@flinders.edu.au

My grandfather was Jack Munro, his father was Alexander McGregor born in Elgin to Charles Munro and Mary Petrie. I am seeking information about Charles's parents and siblings. He was apparently born in Tain but died at 274 High Street Elgin. Not sure if his father was William or Hector and was his mother Mary McKenzie. Any help tracing my ancestory would be appreciated.



22/09/10

Thomas Edward Monroe, Missouri 63112, tom.monroe5@sbcglobal.net

Would any one know the village in Assynt, Scotland where my ancestor John Munro ( 1637) son of George Munro (1615-1691) and Marjorie Ross ( 1615-1648) was born? Thank you.



22/09/10

Jamie Munro-Naan, Holcombe,Uk BA3 5DJ, cybertalis@googlemail.com

Hi all, I'm looking for relatives of William Munro Born 1833 who married Anne Young Born 1833, Children are:William Munro,Elizebeth Munro & Alexander Munro Born 14/08/1863.



21/08/10

DiKowald, Laurieton 2443 Australia, dikowald@bigpond.com

I'm looking for the parents of Philip Munro born in 1831, Montreal, Quebec. His parents were John F Munro b. about 1801 and his wife Sarah Unk.



21/08/10

Robert Munro, Newcastle England, munro7@hotmail.com

I am looking to get into to touch was a relation of Hugh Munro Born 1808 Edinburgh,who was a soldier who had 15 children beetween Halifax Nova Scotia,Corfu and Malta.If any as Hugh in their Family tree please contact me as we're related!



01/08/10

Karolyne Quinn, Melbourne, Australia, ensharla@hotmail.com

I'm looking for relatives of Florence Elizabeth MUNRO (b1896), daughter of Sir Arthur Talbot MUNRO of Foulis, 13th Bt. Florence is my great-grandmother and her first husband was Robert CAMERON. I am descended from her eldest son. I am specifically looking for her youngest son by this marriage Donald Marsh MUNRO (b1922) or his children (probably living in England).


30/07/10

Mr S Bullock, Halesowen West Midlands, selwyn.bullock@blueyonder.co.uk

I am looking for any relatives of my great-grandmother Catherine Munro. She was born around 1839 and worked as a lady's maid at a private school in Hove where she met my grandfather Charles Boorman. They conceived a child and she returned to Scotland to have the baby, but sadly died shortly afterwards on 7th October 1865 at 125 High Street in Elgin. I know that her father was William Munro and that he was a farmer. Her mother was Mary nee Mackenzie and that she had a sister Elizabeth.



30/07/10

Mathew Gouldstone, Australia, mathew.j.g@gmail.com

Hi I would like my name and email address to be placed on the "lookinf for your munro roots" page along with the following message, thanks.

I am looking for anyone who may have information on the parents of David Munro born in Sin or Dornoch, Sutherlandshire in 1812. I know he died after 1870 as I have found him in the 1870 census. I believe he may have been a blacksmith and married Margaret MacKenzie however this is unclear at this stage. I believe his parents may possibly be named William Munro and Janet Bain but am not sure on this either. Thanks in advance for any info you may have!



09/06/10

Diana Williams, Australia, dianawilliams07@gmail.com

I have learned that my gr grandmother Cathrine Munro emigrated to Aus in 1842.Her father George Munro was a Coachman before he left Edinburgh. He was born in Edinburgh 18 Feb 1807 to parents Daniel Munro and Jane Graham. Daniel was born abt 1759 and parents were William Munro, a native of Rosskeen, and Margaret McDonald. There is a suggestion that William Munro became a soldier in the Edinburgh City Guard.

This is as much as I have. If anyone can enlighten me further about my Munro line, I would be most grateful



09/06/10

Charles C. Munroe III, Simi Valley, CA 93063 USA, ccmunroeiii@msn.com

Any iformation on the family of James Munroe (Monroe), born 1776, who arrived in the USA at 17 years of age in 1793 and is recoreded as joining the New Jersey Horse Militiain that year. He resided in Morristown, N.J. and married Elizabeth Munson 4 Dec., 1802 in Morristown and had -
Stephen 2-Nov-1803
Alexander 10-Sept-1805
Abraham 23-March-1807
Abigail 23-March-1809
James 7-Dec-1812
Some time after 1814 James removed to Romulus, NY (the Five Fingers Lake district of western New York) where he died in 1844. His son Alexander relocated to Lodi Township, Michigan in the winter of 1834.



09/06/10

Neil Alister Munro, Hollis NY, neil.munro@yahoo.com

I'm looking for andy info and decendants on my Great-Grandfater Nicol Munro of Inverary Scotland and died in New Amsterdam, British Guiana on August 20, 1869 at age 40



07/05/10

Bev Delyea, Fernie, BC, Canada, bdelyea@telus.net

Seeking descendants of brothers Duncan Munro, born in 1833 or '34, Donald Munro, born in 1836 or '37 and Cathel Munro, born in 1838 or'39 concerning their brother Alexander, born 1842 who may have emigrated to Canada. All four were born in District of Stoer, County of Sutherland, to Angus and Christine Munro, fisherman.



07/05/10

Gillian Northin, Western Australia, 6220, jillanor@westnet.com.au

I am looking for information about my 4th great grandfather, Thomas Munro. He and his wife, Jean Grant, had a daughter Helen in 1782, who was christened in Inverness. I cannot find any marriage record for Thomas and Jean, nor birth records for either of them, but assume that they were born somewhere between 1740 and 1760, possibly earlier, in Inverness or Ross and Cromarty.

Thomas was , apparently, according to a distant relative's family history records, a wealthy merchant, of some importance, who was a ?burgher/? of Inverness and who, after his daughter Helen had married an Englishman ( someone Thomas considered to be below the family socially) and had lost her position as lady in waiting at the royal court of George 3rd( or 4th) because of her association with her future husband, disinherited her and there was no more contact between Helen and her parents, despite Helen having tried unsuccessfully to reconcile with her father ( letters were always returned unopened).

I am not sure when Thomas or Jean died ( whether in Scotland or England). After Helen died, her husband destroyed her identity papers etc. despite Helen requesting ( when dying) her husband to take the papers to her father and ask for financial help for their 4 children , which was never done. It appears that Thomas Munro died intestate and his estate was placed in Chancery.

If anyone knows anything about this family, or has any hints on how to go about finding pre -1837 birth , marriage and deaths records,etc. in Scotland, would you please contact me?



21/02/10

Justine Mc Cormick, Mesa, AZ 85206, justinep11@cox.net

My grerat great grandmother was Ginnette (on marriage licence, Janet on stone Munroe born in NY 811 died in NJ 1870.

The only record I have on her after birth is the marriage to my gggfather Hiram G. McCormick Nov. 1828 at the first Methodist Church of Morris Co. NJ. Children were Rev. William H. (my line1832. Moses W 1834, Caroline E(Williams) 1836 and Osborne 1838 who died at i yr. and buried in 1st Presbyterian Church of Newark, NJ. Searching for Mom & Dad of Janet. Any help would be appreciated.



21/02/10

Mary Monroe Zwez, Baton Rouge, La 70808, steelmagnoliabr@yahoo.com


Our earliest Scottish ancestor arrived in the 1600s from Scotland, settling in Westmoreland Co. Virginia. Andrew Monroe who married Rachel Piper. He died in 1669. Is there any way I can trace our ancestry from this small piece of information?



02/01/10

Raymond Paul Munroe, Long Eaton,Nottingham, r.munroe@sky.com


Looking for descendants of Robert Munroe who worked on the Enmore sugar estate, east coast Demerara, British Guiana, as manager. Believed to have returned to London approx'1952.He was part of the Bookers Sugar corporation. My father, his brother, James Boniface Munroe (shop keeper)died and was buried at Cove & John east coast Demerara.My Grand Father, James Boniface Munroe sailed from Liverpool to take up his post as manager of the Windsor sugar estate at Wales, demerara, British Guiana.The family originates from Rosshire. Any information would be appreciated



02/01/10