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Stalker - Glen Lednock, Perthshire, SCT
Posted by: Terris 'Terry' C. Howard Date: December 31, 2000 at 16:30:38
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Glen Lednock, Parish of Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland.

I am presently researching the following families that came from settlements, now deserted, that were located in Glen Lednock, Comrie, Perthshire.

ANDERSON, CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CARMICHAEL, COMRIE, DRUMMOND (or McGREGOR), FERGUSON (or FERGUSSON), McAINSH, McCOWAN (or McKOWAN, McOWAN), McEWEN (OR McEWAN, McUEN) McGREGOR, McINTYRE, McLAREN, McNAB, MILLER, MORRISON (or MORISON), STALKER, TAYLOR and a few other families from the deserted settlements of Balmenoch, Balmuik, Balnacoul, Balnadalloch, Biocher, Carroglen, Coishevachan, Corrie, Croftwhannel, Daden, Fintalich, Glaslarich, Glenmuik, Innergeldie Kingarth, Kingarthmore, Lurg, Tighnacroy and Tighnasithe that were in Glen Lednock located 2 to 5 miles above the village of Comrie, near Crieff. There was an old droving trail from Loch Tay to Crieff and at one time there were over 800 families living in about 23 settlements in this glen. The time period ranges from 1693 to 1845. Please note that there are variations in spellings of the male surnames and of the settlement names.

Please contact me via email: tch6535@aol.com


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