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Can anyone help me with info on James Craig who lived at 2 Park Street in Cambuslang, Glasgow with Mrs Francis McKenna from 1925. Any info on either of them or the address would be appreciated.

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Can anyone help me with info on James Craig who lived at 2 Park Street in Cambuslang, Glasgow with Mrs Francis McKenna from 1925. Any info on either of them or the address would be appreciated.

Tom
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Hi Tom, have you tried www.ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk. You might be able to find a death or birth cert. Scottish death certs give a lot of information, they do charge a fee I think it is around Ј6 or a little more for so many credits. Cambuslang might have a local history section in their library. You could also try Google maps to see the area although there has been a lot of regeneration in this area but just a thought.
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Hi Tom, have you tried www.ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk. You might be able to find a death or birth cert. Scottish death certs give a lot of information, they do charge a fee I think it is around Ј6 or a little more for so many credits. Cambuslang might have a local history section in their library. You could also try Google maps to see the area although there has been a lot of regeneration in this area but just a thought.
Dossie
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Tom, more info needed before going onto scotlandspeople. Try to find his date of birth, place of birth, parents names etc. Scotlandspeople is a wonderful tool, but it is a bottomless pit if you haven't done your homework.


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