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Dot B Posted - 06 April 2013 : 22:18:59
Wanting to know a little of the history of these two villages Wooden and Crailing between 1750-1780 when my early Black family was in the area.
Thanks
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terianne Posted - 07 April 2013 : 17:09:34
Point of reference Crailing is a Village & Parish and Wooden in NOT a Village but a Large Farm.

Which Black are you looking for quite a few families in that area which is also near Nisbet, Ancrum and Jedburgh

Is you enquiry link to previous requested on William Black.

Their are links with Crailing and Ancrum Familiies


Anne Turnbull

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