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Mrs Margaret INGLIS (nee THOMSON) - Edinburgh
Posted by: Deanna Staats (ID *****6328) Date: November 02, 2003 at 19:21:04
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I'm looking for the family of Mrs Margaret INGLIS (nee THOMSON) in Edinburgh and surrounding area. Margaret (Meg/Maggie) may have been married twice. First husband: Mr D VALENTINE. Margaret is the sister of my great-grandmother, Isabella (nee THOMSON) PARK- MORRIS. Other siblings: Jessie, Adam, John and James. Isabella Thomson married John PARK in 1904 in Edinburgh. They had 1 daughter, Sarah E PARK. John Park died in the First World War. Isabella Park remarried - to Mr William James MORRIS in 1918 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Adam THOMSON died in First World War also. James THOMSON eventually moved to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Wife's 1st name: Marjorie/Madge etc. They lived at 233 Ottawa Street South in Hamilton for many years. Seems like James Thomson predeceased Isabella. (she died in June 1960) John THOMSON lived in Detroit, MI, USA for many years. Later in Florida. He married Agnes HART. John and Agnes THOMSON had 1 daughter: Ruth THOMSON. If any of this fits into your Family Tree, I'd be thrilled to hear from you. More than willing to exchange info. Thanks in advance. Take care.
Deanna Staats
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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