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Haydn Vesty, Melbourne, hg.vesty@bigpond.com


I'm researching the lineage of Andrew Munro, who enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Artillery (21st Brigade) on the 28th of August 1848 at age 20. He was born in or near the town of Falkirk about 1818. He was honourably discharged after 22 years of service as a Quartermaster Sergeant 96th Brigade after serving in the Persia Campaign.

He married Isabella Jennings in India in 1856 and migrated to Australia in 1869 with 7 children.

Andrew died in Melbourne in 1901 and his death certificate records his father as a military officer with the surname of Palmer. His mother as Margaret Palmer, formerly Munro.

I am unable to locate either 'Palmer' who must have been born around 1800 or Margaret Munro (Andrew carried his mother's name)

Any information enabling me to firmly establish either lineage would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks......Haydn.



30/12/14

Erik Franken, Huizen, The Netherlands, erikfra@msn.com


I am looking for correct information on my ancestors. Reportedly my great great grandfather was William Munro (Apr 19 1796, Forres - July 27 1851, Surakarta, Indonesia). He was married to Anna Louse Winter. His father was Aleaxnder Munro (b.1761), married to Jane Begg (b.1764). His father was supposedly John Munro (b.1737) married to Christan McDonald (b.1739). His father was John Munro (b.1692) married to Katrherin Allan (b.1696). Last but not least his father was suppossed to be William Munro (b.1667) married to Marie Farer (b.1672).

I would very much appreciate it to receive comments hereto and of course preferably a correct family tree of this side of thge Munro's



15/11/14

Olwyn Ann Munro Sanner, Havelock, Nannysanner@me.com


I am looking for any information about my family. My father was William Munro born in Arbroath Scotland 10/14/23. He married my mother Eva Godfrey Hughes from Wales. My Paternal Grandmother was Jane McKenzie and my Paternal Grandfather was William Peter Anderson Munro of Arbroath


26/10/14

Karen Tinsley, ktinsley@columbus.rr.com


Daniel Munro b. abt 1754 married to Marie Anne Labrie of Canada. Child Daniel Munro b. around 1781 in Scotland, married to Pelagie Zaste of Canada 10 Apr 1809. 2 Children John b. 20 Nov 1820 Inverness, and Henry b. est 1822.  John and Henry were in Canada as adults.  Does back and forth indicate military positions??


26/10/14

John Stewart, Glasgow, jhste@talktalk.net


My great uncle was a Robert Goldie(17) when he joined the Seaforth Highlanders in October 1914. He was transferred to Aldershot where his commanding officer was Captain Hector Munro. Sadly, like Capt Munro , he did not survive the war, but in my great uncles case he died in Aldershot on 19/1/1915 as a result of blood poisoning after he sustained a stab wound with a bayonet during a training exercise. Capt. Munro sent a beautiful letter to my great grand parents expressing his grief and gratitude for having met my great uncle. This letter was copied into the Kilmarnock Standard news paper of which I have a copy. I am going to Ypres on 19th October 2014 and touring some battle sites. I will also be making my way to the cemetery where Capt Munro is buried to hopefull pay my respects. If it is possible I would appreciate it if a photograph be emailed to me to enable me to at least picture what in my mind was a very respectable and comforting officer who was looked upon in high regard by my great grandparents and their immediate family. I trust I am not infringing on you hospitality but any assistance in this matter would be gratefully received.



26/10/14

Paul Chesterman, British Columbia, Canada, phchesterman@gmail.com


 I'm looking for information on my Munro ancestors. My 2x great grandmother was Helen Munro (about 1821-1885) who married David White Martin (b. abt 1822). Their daughter Alexanderina is my great grandmother. I believe Helen's parents were Alexander Munro & Christian (or Christina) McKenzie. I would appreciate if anyone can share any information on this family.


16/09/14

Carol M Ferguson White, , missuscrusty@gmail.com


Hello I am trying to find information on my Munro side of the family.Firstly starting with James Munro born abt 1751 married to a Mary McTavish in 1789 they had 10 children. Janet, Alexander, John, Donald, Mary, James, Anne, William, and Charles.I am told James was a teacher but have found no info on that so far. Charles married in 1835 a Catherine Campbell and had 10 children also, Catherine, James, Mary, Janet, Donald, Duncan, Isabella, Another Catherine, James, Janet. Duncan married a Sarah McQuater and Donald Married Violet McQuater Hoping someone sees something familiar here would love to connect.



19/08/14

Todd Pearson, Bourbonnais Illinois 60914, mandalorian_1212@yahoo.com


 I am looking for information on my 5th Great Grandfather b the name of John Fisher Monroe. He was born in Ross Shire Scotland on 25 Sept 1769. I am curious if we know who his father is? I am assuming the name Munro was changed to Monroe after he came to the US. Any information would be welcome.


16/07/14

Rachel Morgan, Victoria Australia, rmor42@outlook.com


I am looking for any information on Andrew (Palmer) Munro Born 29 Sep 1826 in Falkirk Scotland.  Married Isabella Jennings 28 Apr 1853. Died in Melbourne Australia 1901. He was my Nan\'s Great Grandfather.


16/07/14

Rosemary Fox Leal, California, USA, bakomacrosie@brighthouse.com


Information about the Scottish connection would help. My Great Grandfather: Alexander Ross Monroe emigrated in 1881; born about 1862, Scotland; m. Dora Griffith Monroe, naturalized and lived in the USA in Indiana

My other Great Grandfather: Herbert Munro Long Innes, 5 Oct 1839,m.1871,lived in NSW, Australia and emigrated to USA.


20/05/14

Sean Monro, Victoria Australia, smon205@hotmail.com


Alexander Munro I am informed that he was sent to Tasmania as a child not sure of the exact date, the second line is his and Charlotte first born.


1.  ALEXANDER1 MUNRO  He married CHARLOTTE UNKNOWN.

   

Child of ALEXANDER MUNRO and CHARLOTTE UNKNOWN is:

2.    i.    ALEXANDER JOHN2 MONRO/MUNRO/MUNROE, b. Abt. 1856, Sheepwash Creek, Victoria, Australia; d. 1923, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.



20/05/14

Gail Bucklin, Lewiston, Maine, gailbucklin069@yahoo.com


I am looking for any Info on my fifth Great grandmother Lucy Josselyn Monro, b-1755 Plymouth, Mass. d-1827 Appleton, Maine. I traced her family roots to Scotland, her Great Grandfather was William Monro b-1625 Scotland.I would love any Info any one has.


08/05/14

Annie-Laurie, hunters ridge, hiyitzme@yahoo.com


My mother\'s mother\'s mother\'s father was   William Munroe.  His father was Josiah and the family traces up to Farquhar and so on.  Are there any relatives on this side?  There is a book about the genealogy of Josiah Munroe, revolutionary soldier.  My grandmother\'s name is Helen Elizabeth and she was born in 1909.



18/03/14

Thomas Russell Munro, Zeeland, mi 49464, Munromsu@allcom.net


Looking for my relatives and past. My father is Harry Russell Munro. His father was Harry Munro and grandfather was Simon Munro.  Harry Russell born in Grand Rapids Mi in 1919 and died in 1981. I was born in 1957.



18/03/14

James Kelly Munro, London, jk.munro@hotmail.co.uk


Im looking for my relatives in Scotland I haven't seen them since I was 9 they lived in Port Glasgow, my dads name was Duncan Munro and my aunts name as Rita she had a husband called Billy they had a son called Scot, Rita also had a brother called Jimmy my uncle, my father brother,would be good to make contact with them again after all these years.



02/02/14

Kathy MacLennan, Wheaton, IL 60187 USA, jkmaclennan@gmail.com


We are looking for descendants of Margaret (Maggie/Peggy) Munro born April 5, 1896 at Leanach, Daviot, Inverness. daughter of Alexander Munro (quarryman) and Mary Jane Munro (MacKay). Margaret Munro married Donald Alexander MacLennan (blacksmith Muir of Ord) b1889. Margaret was close friends with Jessie Corbett, and worked in the post office in Inchnadamph in the 1930s


14/01/14