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Message Board
Since putting up the website, many people from all over the World have contacted me with additional information or requests for information about Graemes and Grahams.  Rather than just send emails to one and all and forget someone in the interim, I have decided to put up a message board and just see what comes of it.
Please feel free to use it if you wish to post a message that will be read by Graemes, Grahams and others interested in Scottish history or Scotland in General.

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Latest posts include -
Elizabeth Frances Ridgeway, daughter of Joseph Ridgeway and Sarah Bathurst of Ireland
Robert Buchanan 7th of Leny
The Sutherland and Bloxsome families
Grahams of Limkilns

Portrait of Marion Crichton, wife of George Graham Bishop of Orkney 1615-1638

Richard I William Graeme, born in Kentucky in the mid 1800's

George Martin and greatgrandmother Sarah Frances Graeme

Patrick Smythe of Braco and Katherine Graeme

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