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McColl Paul, Jessie/Janet, John, Duncan, Donald, Angus,TOROSAY 1871
Posted by: tricia mcpherson (ID *****6609) Date: December 30, 2008 at 18:47:39
In Reply to: Merry Christmas 2008 to all the McColl researchers and families by Jean Coleman of 767

hi there! new to this site so looking for shortcuts to my family if anyone out there has info on my fathers side of the family ? this is as far back as i've got as I cant get a birth Cert for the oldest male line (my ggggg? father) Paul Mccoll. Can you help -heres my line.

1871 Torosay District No : 1 Page No : 11 House No : 62 Locality : Upper Achnacroish 18717062
McColl Paul 37 Head Shepherd Argyllshire Appin
McColl Jessie 32 Wife Argyllshire Glassary
McColl John 6 Son Argyllshire Torosay
McColl Duncan 4 Son Argyllshire Torosay
McColl Donald 3 Son Argyllshire Torosay
McColl Angus 1 Son Argyllshire Torosay
Previous Household Next Household

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MCCOLL Paul (Shepherd) -
B.1835 - 1901
Died at Barrs Farm Ardchattan, Married to Janet or Jessie Smith on 04/06/1863 South Knapdale, Argyl.
Paul & Janet (Born Kilmichael) had two daughers
Catharine (b.1873 Kilninian)
Maggie (b.1878 Kilniver)
and 4 sons living at Barrs in 1881
(the eldest John aged 16 not noted),
Duncan 14 (b.Torosay)
Donald 13 (b.Torosay)
Angus 11 (b.Torosay)
and Hugh aged (b.Kilninver 1871) (I am descendant of Hugh who later married Christina Russell and moved to Glasgow to work as a stableman). Hugh's niece

The family appear in both the 1871 and 1881 Census for Ardchattan.

Anyone have any more info?

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