|McInnes Strings Family History|
everyone who supplied documents and certificates.|
New Acknowledgment Page
Leonie & Nigel Clunie
Very big thanks to
Leonie + Nigel who have helped so much
with the Clunie's,and other family lines, supplying photos, Identifying photos and more.
Thanks to Emma Watson who supplied
the photo of Elizabeth Allan. Emma's
husband is G.G.G Grandson of Gourlay
Williamson G.G. Grandson to Elizabeth Allan .
to David Waxman for the debate on Jessie/Janet Anderson and the link to
Clan Barker. David's G Grandmother was Charlotte Anderson, Sister of
John Barker Connection the Anderson's , John has the most amazing web site one which I'd like to create one day
Thanks to John Henderson who gave me
so much help on the Mcinnes 's and
confirming John and Christian (Scott)
sadly not related.
to Crystal Cartiedge who gave me the Inkster
line, Marion Inkster was married to James Mcinnes My G G G Granddad , Marion was Crystals G G G G Grandfathers sister.
|Thanks to all at
For all Replys
|Hazel Richardson , Aileen Stirling|
Thanks to John Rennie
His help is appreciated.
John has helped with information about Frank and Gourlay Ross Also with my McInnes Line .
Thanks to Kerry Farrington who located the cremation of Frank and Gourlay Ross
to Elsa Davidson.
has been Identifying my Grandfathers photos from South Georgia
|A Very Big Thank you to
for the Amazing photos .
||Thank you Sandy for our lovely conversation about the Ross ancestors.||Alexander
J B King
Frank Ross's Nephew's Son
|Thanks to Sandy & Nuala for the photos of Elizabeth Ross and the King Family.|
|RootsChat.Com " Thanks to all I have chatted to and to all who have shared things with me "|
|Claire.t. ~ cookie4 ~ sandymc47~ Akc~ gnu ~ Danchaslyn~Jacquie~Hume~David~KGarrad~|
|Brian has confirmed there was no birth /baptism record made for James McInnes (18??)|
|Thanks to Brian Thomson .|
Jacquie helped ,advised & located great documents for me from Canada
|National Library of Scotland
Heritage Hub, Heart of Hawick
|Alex Dow||Lorna Condren, JackTurnball 49|
Shetland Museum & Archives