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Terrym Posted - 28 July 2012 : 10:28:53
I am currently researching the Dickson line of my family.
I know that Adam Dickson (1800-1882) was born in Drumelzier and followed his brother (John or Walter?) to the Shetland Islands before 1831 when he married Bessie Brown.
He farmed at Vementry, Uyeasound until he passed the lease over to his son Adam Dickson.
His father was John Dickson (1770-??) and mother Janet Jardine (1775-??). They had 7 children the first 6 of whom were born in Drumelzier between 1803 and 1815.
I am wondering if these are apart of a Dickson family that you have researched?
I am keen to know a bit more than names and dates.

Terry McMeekin
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lola31 Posted - 17 October 2012 : 10:41:12
Hi I am related to Elizabeth a sister to Adam, she married William Johnston and lived in Moffat. Would you like to share information?

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