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Emma Macrae, my maternal grandmother, was born c1885 in Ireland, spent some of her childhood in Ireland, and later lived in Scotland.
Her father may have been a church minister and her mother may have been a Stevenson.
She married Rev'd Robert Fairley Strathern, c1910, in Lochee, Dundee. They had 4 children, 3 of whom survived to adulthood: twins Kenneth and Kathleen and youngest son Michael.
She later lived in Argyll and Edinburgh, where she died, c1972.

Could anyone help me find her ancestors?

Query posted by : Mary Eleanor Douglas

31 Dec 2009 at 16.39
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Hello Mary,

I'm Michael Strathern's niece, Clare. My mother was Vera, sister of Lorna Strathern. Is your mum Kathleen? I knew your mum and used to chat to her a lot on my visits to Benderloch when I was little. I am living in Vancouver now (my whole family are here now). Today, I was looking at photos of the castle where Emma Macrae lived (my mum told me about this history and that she lived in the house with Uncle Michael for a while when she was old). I did some research tonight on the Internet and happened to come across your posting. Anyway, I hope you find out some information on your ancestors. I am so interested in family history especially my own mother's side of things - the MacLachlans in Oban. Anyway, just thought I'd say hello. If I come across anything for you, I'll email you again if ok with you.

Clare Byrne (nee Robertson)

Reply posted by : Clare Byrne

5 Oct 2010 at 03.49
 
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