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Amy Imken, Merrick,NY USA, weedsamy@aol.com


I am looking for information on a Jane Munro married to John Cunningham Dec 21, 1875 in the parish of Cathcart County of Renfrew  Parents were John Munro (Parents of John were Charles and Margaret) and Catherine Munro, looking for dates for parents and date of death for Jane.



14/11/11

Tom Brooks, St Catharines, ON Canada, t.brooks@cogeco.ca


John Aird b 11 Feb 1825 Rosemarkie was the son of Alexander Aird shoemaker and Janet (Jessie) Munro of Rosemarkie. John eventually emigrated to Canada in 1865 via Dundee for several years and Liverpool.

Any information on Jessie's ancestors or the Aird line would be appreciated.


09/11/11

Girija Viraraghavan, Tamil Nadu India, girija.vira@gmail.com


We are interested in contacting the descendants of General Sir William Munro, CB, 39th Regiment soldier and botanist, 1818-1880, who botanised in India ,among other places, including Canada.

We attach a note on him.

While botanising In India he discovered a rose species called Rosa involucrata in Mysore Stae in Southern India. This rose species which is now called Rosa clinophylla, is a rose we are hybridising with and have released a number of Hybrids with the International Rose Registration Authority. We have many seedlings that we are testing before release, and we would like to name one in memory of General William Munro.

We would be delighted to get in touch with any of his descendants to inform them of our desire to name a rose in memory of their ancestor.

We hope you will be able to put us in contact with members of his family.



15/10/11

Kellie Schultz, Danbury Ne.69026 USA, kschultz@bwtelcom.net


My Ancestors name was Hugh Monroe or Munro he was born about 1552 and died 1596 was buried at Chanory of Ross, Foulis! If any one could help with info, pictures of burial site and other pictures as well. Another of my Ancestors, George Munro born 1615 married Marjorie Ross. A John Munro born 1637 died 1691 was also a direct decendent of mine.



17/09/11

Ian Campbell Munro, Pembrokeshire, munroi@onetel.com


I would like to find out more about one of my forebears - James Munro of Fortrose, who married Mary Morrison on 7th October 1847. Primarily - at the present - I would like to find out his date of birth, and the names of his parents together with as much information about them as available.


17/09/11


Andrew Cox, New Zealand, skorpiojack@yahoo.co.nz


I have just found my Great Grand father and wonder if there are others who are related.


Name: Roderick Munro

Event Date: 06 Sep 1864

Event Place: New Zealand

Gender: Male

Age: 31


Origin: Rossshire

Occupation: Shepherd

Estimated Birth Year: 1833


Ship : British Empire

Departure Date: 31 May 1864

Arrival Port: Canterbury

Arrival Date: 06 Sep 1864



29/08/11

Mike Monro, Australia, mike_monro@hotmail.com


I would like information on my grand uncle, Hector Fitzpatrick Munro,brother of my grandmother.he was born in Fiji, son Hector John Fitzpatrick Monro,in about 1900. He moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia, married his(English) wife, (Violet) Cora.They had three sons,Gordon Witney Munro killed in sinking of HMCS Margaree 22nd Oct 1940.

I would be most grateful for any information regarding surviving members, descendants of the family.



09/08/11

Mike Monro, Australia, mike_monro@hotmail.com


Would like family info on Hector John Fitzpatric Monro reported born in about 1852,at Largs, a Ships Engineer.His father Dougall Monro. My Grandmother Helen McDougall Monro born in Fiji, in 1886 where her father was employed by (CSR) Colonial Sugar Refinery. I would be most grateful as plan on visiting Scotland in 12 months.


09/08/11


Howard Ray Lawrence, Mokelumne Hill California, howardl@inreach.com


Theodore (Frank) Monro(e) Sharp, born 14 Jan 1868, Waterford, Townsend Township, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada, his parents, Waterford, Townsend Township, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada m. Hannah Elizabeth (nee unknown).

How may he be related to Monro(e)?


06/07/11

Jessica Amy Munro, Taranaki, New Zealand., the.munros@xtra.co.nz


I would like to find my family tree. My great grandfather is Peter Munro, he comes from Inveraray, Scotland. He was born in Invraray in the year of 1898 and died in Manaia, South Taranaki, New Zealand, in 1980. He married Agnes Thompson Mackay. She was born in Helmsdale, Scotland, in 1903 and also died in Manaia, South Taranaki, New Zealand in 1995.



06/07/11

Jenifer Evelyn Munro, Brisbane Australia 4034, star.magnolia@hotmail.com


My name is Jenifer Munro. My father William Kingston Munro. I am the only child from my father's 2nd marriage then there is Ross Munro from his first.


My father was born in Emerald in 1924 his father's name was William and his mother's maiden name was Kingston. Now I think they were born in Australia too but I'm wanting to go further back than that. He had a brother name Charlie and a sister whom I don't know the name of.

I know I haven't given much information to go by, but any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much



05/05/11

Mary VanBuskirk, Ottawa, maryvb@magma.ca


I am trying to trace a Robert Munro who married Ann Fraser 12 March 1822 in Ferintosh, Urquhart. I believe that Ann died young (as her much younger sister, my great-grandmother, also called Ann, was born around 1830). However, there may well have been children of the marriage, and I would like to know about them, as well as what happened to Robert. In a family document he is said to be of Jamaica, and I have found some evidence that he lived in Novar, St Thomas in the East, Jamaica, but whether that was before, during or after the marriage, I do not know. All assistance welcome.



05/05/11

Janice O'Neill, Narara NSW 2250, jaz.oneill@gmail.com


I am searching for any information or descendants of my great, great grandmother Jane Munro. Jane was born in Pulteney (?), Wick, Caithness on the 22nd June 1832.

Jane's father was Roderick Munro, tenant of Balkeith, and her mother was Janet (Jannet) Ross alias McKachin.

Jane immigrated to NSW, Australia, in 1855, and married Samuel Gurney Smith in 1856.

Any help of information regarding this would be much appreciated.



16/04/11

Diane Briggs, Florida, keeperdog@att.net


Looking for info on my great grandfather Barney Archibald Monroe. He was the father of many, many children, he had two wives, 1st wife was Ora Virginia "Ginny" Carpenter died young. 2nd wife Mary Ann Daniel sister of Captain Daniel(?) and she was friend or relation to Melton family(?)

There was a Monroe Family Reunion every year at Starr Community on BA's Land near his famed persimmon tree in east Texas near Canton and Grand Saline, Texas, Van Zandt, Texas. I do not know if the reunions still take place. Lots of clear blue eyes in family and mostly blonde and brown hair.

Some of his children were named Sandy, Cleo, Virginia "nina" Sara, Janie, Merle. Sandy worked for Tx highway department, retired in Canton, Texas (?) any information would be so helpful


10/04/11

Wendy Stivers, Nicholasville, KY 40356, wstivers@uky.edu


I have a Bible given to Charles W. and Susan M. Munroe from their affectionate father Ed. Munroe October 1849. It is copyright 1850. I would like to give it to someone of that family line or to a geneology library. Please contact me via email.


10/04/11

Michael Monroe, N. Catherine Ct. Surprise Az., fearlesspeace@live.com


My grandfather on my dads side, Looked back into the past for the family tree. He tracked his dads dad, all the way back to 1651. To a John Munro, Send from Scotland to New England. On a Prisoner ship. The John and Sara. It was full of prisoners from the battle of Worcester (1651) and Dunbar (1650). Four men of the Munro clan were captured. William, Robert, John, and Hugh. Its believed William and John were brothers.

I could guess after arrival New England Americanized the spelling to Monroe. I'm very much interested in the History of my Family clan. Any Information would be very much appreciated.



10/04/11

Sue Madsen, Carlsbad, CA 92009 USA, spmadsen@roadrunner.com


I am looking for information on my husband's Munro family history. His grandfather was James Sutherland (born 1852 in Netherton, Glenlivat, Banff) son of Catherine Munro (born 1845 in Glenlivat). Her parents were Charles Munro (born ~1816) and Margaret Middleton (born ~1821 in Glenlivat). They lived in Netherton, Glenlivat, Banff according to the 1871 and 1881 census. Parents of Charles Munro are William Munro (born ~1876) and Janet. I do not have a maiden name for a Janet. My husband's grandfather was born James Munro there is no father listed on the birth record. It appears that his mother Catherine worked in service but when she found herself pregnant returned home and is listed living with her parents in 1871 with a 3 month old son. Catherine was 26 years old at that time. Catherine married Roderick Sutherland in 1873. The 1881 census shows them living at Brae Ruthven, Kingussie. Any information would be appreciated.


10/04/11

Robert John Laird, Nottinghamshire, robert.laird13@ntlworld.com

I would be interested in contacting old family members of my late grandmother (1979). Her name was Elspeth Cameron nee Munro who originally came from Rothes. I do know she came from a large family and had several brothers and sisters. I would be interested in contacting some of my relatives ( of which there must be many!).



06/02/11

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