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Re: Lost wee Robin Family of Glasgow, Scotland
Posted by: wee karola (ID *****1421) Date: July 12, 2010 at 18:17:16
In Reply to: Re: Lost wee Robin Family of Glasgow, Scotland by Rachel Andrews of 185

How wonderful to hear from you!
Thank you so much for answering my post. I have been keeping my fingers crossed that a family member would find this site and respond.
My mother was Winnie Neilson Robin. I have lots more information on our family and ancestors that I would love to share with you.
But most important my cousin Christopher Robin found my e-mail and contacted me after almost forty years. His father was Uncle Arthur and he is looking for his grave site. I was able to only find Cardonald through a kind person in Glasgow. But he only found four names from way back. He did send me a few photos that he took of Aunt Hannah's headstone with two other infants that died. And I believe Grand-Aunt Kittie's second husband's is buried there also but head stone not found.

I live in California and my cousin lives in Australia.
This is such a wonderful surprise.

I would like to send a private message so I can share my e-mail so I can give you more information. The Robin family history is fascinating. Wish I had searched sooner when my Mom was alive; but what I have found makes more sense of all the bits and pieces that I do know.

Wonderful to hear from you.
Best regards,

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