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From: "Dawn & Mark" <>
Subject: [LKS] Ritchie
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2000 13:03:04 -0700
My third great grandmother was Ann RITCHIE, although she didn't come from the same area as your RITCHIE's I thought I would include her info to see if anything looked familiar to you.
Descendants of Ann RITCHIE
b: bef 1810
d: aft 1879
sp: Charles MCGUIRE
b: bef 1810
m: bef 1830
d: bet 1857 and 1879
b: abt 1830 in Airdrie, Lanark, Scotland
d: Apr 18 1879 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
sp: Ellison (Alice) MCFARLANE
b: Dec 30 1833 in New Monkland, Lanark, Scotland
m: May 17 1857 in Airdrie, Lanark, Scotland
d: Sep 12 1893 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
b: Jan 11 1855 in New Monkland, Lanark, Scotland
d: 1866 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
b: Dec 9 1857 in New Monkland, Lanark, Scotland
b: Feb 4 1860 in New Monkland, Lanark, Scotland
b: Apr 18 1862 in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland
3-Patrick (Peter) MCGUIRE
b: Sep 15 1864 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
b: Dec 8 1866 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
b: Mar 6 1869 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
d: bet 1906 and 1936 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
b: Jul 29 1871 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
3-Daniel McFarlane MCGUIRE
b: Dec 22 1873 in Kilbirnie, Ayr, Scotland
From: N R Wood <>
Date: April 13, 2000 12:39 AM
Subject: [LKS] new member
>I'm new to this list so thought I would introduce myself.
>My chief interests are in the RITCHIE family, who lived ( and still live) in Wishaw from at least the 1890's, and the WOOD family who moved to Carluke in the mid 1890's from Surrey (although they may have had previous links to the area).
>The WOOD family initially moved to a cottage at Bridge End, Carluke and established the carpentry business of "Thomas Wood & Sons" in a ramshackle old building (demolished in 1979) more or less opposite Carluke Town Hall.
>A Thomas WOOD emigrated to Australia around 1948, he had a large and growing family with whom we have completely lost touch.
>The RITCHIE's were mainly steel workers and miners although William RITCHIE was a barber in Wishaw before and after the Second World War and took the tools of his trade with him during the War in an old gramaphone case - making a small fortune sparing his fellow soldiers from the attentions of the amy's barbers!
>Other surnames I am researching include: BRADBURN, McDONALD, McQUEEN, HUGHES, RUSSELL, PATERSON, LAIRD, POOLE
>I would be delighted to hear from anyone sharing these areas of interest and indeed from anyone whose ancestors may have run across mine and who may be able to shed light on the people behind the names.
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