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Title: UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database
Posted by: David Wyse Livingston
Date: 20 April 2007

Hello Everyone,

So anyone who has read my post know I normally write something every day but I have been busy the last couple of days so haven't written (though I have still read the posts)

Well now I am done with what I was working on and am happy to announce that we have MOST of the McLea/Livingston(e) Database filled with ScotlandsPeople information.

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I have not compiled it into one big sheet... I hope to do that over the weekend but I wanted to give a breakdown of what kind of information we can now pull. I am sending a copy to Kyle and Niall, mostly for back up in case my computer goes screwy and I lose it. I will then compile the information and resend.

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First let me tell you what we are missing still as we were unable to make enough email addresses to get all the free credits needed (We still had over 50 email addresses at 20 credits each working on this Project.. but even 1,000 credits can't get it all)

Missing:
MARRIAGES
- Livingston* : Male Surname - 1904 - 1931 (1099 matches / 44 pg)
- Livingston* : Female Surname - 1904 - 1931 (1032 matches / 42 pg)
- MacLae ( I totally missed this one) : 1553 -1854 (9 matches / 1 pg)
- McLay : Male Surname - 1913 - 1931 (129 matches / 6 pg)
- McLay : Female Surname - 1915 - 1931 (118 matches / 5 pg)

BIRTHS
- McLay : 1867 - 1906 (1256 matches / 51 pg)
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What we have access to:
BIRTHS
- Livingston: 1553 - 1854 (5887 matches)
- Livingston: 1855 - 1906 (6951 matches)
- McLae: 1553 - 1854 (213 matches)
- McLae: 1855 - 1906 (15 matches)
- MacLae: 1553 - 1854 (3 matches)
- MacLae: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)
- McLay: 1553 - 1854 (897 matches)
- McLay: 1855 - 1866 (382 matches)
- MacLay: 1553 - 1854 (52 matches)
- MacLay: 1855 - 1906 (46 matches)
- M'Lea: 1553 - 1854 (0 matches)
- M'Lea: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)
- McLea: 1553 - 1854 (478 matches)
- McLea: 1855 - 1906 (56 matches)
- MacLea: 1553 - 1854 (129 matches)
- MacLea: 1855 - 1906 (24 matches)
- McOnlea: 1553 - 1854 (5 matches)
- McOnlea: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)
- MacOnlea: 1553 - 1854 (0 matches)
- MacOnlea: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)

MARRIAGES
- Livingston: 1553 - 1854 (3707 matches)
- Livingston: 1855 - 1903 (2990 matches)
- McLae: 1553 - 1854 (153 matches)
- McLae: 1855 - 1931 (9 matches)
- MacLae: 1855 - 1931 (0 matches)
- McLay: 1553 - 1854 (650 matches)
- McLay: Male Surname 1855 - 1912 (391 matches)
- McLay: Female Surname 1855 - 1914 (473 matches)
- MacLay: 1553 - 1854 (42 matches)
- MacLay: 1855 - 1931 (40 matches)
- M'Lea: 1553 - 1854 (1 match)
- M'Lea: 1855 - 1931 (0 matches)
- McLea: 1553 - 1854 (276 matches)
- McLea: 1855 - 1906 (32 matches)
- MacLea: 1553 - 1854 (50 matches)
- MacLea: 1855 - 1906 (7 matches)
- McOnlea: 1553 - 1854 (2 matches)
- McOnlea: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)
- MacOnlea: 1553 - 1854 (0 matches)
- MacOnlea: 1855 - 1906 (0 matches)

So a lot of information will be available to research over, get possible migration from Parish to Parish, County to County... we are rounding the bend on this. :)

Thank You.
David

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Replies

Title:Date:Posted By:
UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database20 April 2007David Wyse Livingston
   UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database20 April 2007Kyle MacLea
      Outstanding20 April 2007Young Bachuil
   Missed two more names for possibilities.20 April 2007David Wyse Livingston
      Missed two more names for possibilities.20 April 2007Craig McClay Wilson
      Missed two more names for possibilities.20 April 2007Craig McClay Wilson
         McClae / McClay20 April 2007David Wyse Livingston
   UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database12 June 2007David Wyse Livingston
   UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database16 June 2007Keith Livingstone Australia
   UPDATE to the McLea/Livingston(e) Database16 June 2007Keith Livingstone Australia

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