People associated with the word 'country music'
There are 23 Scotsters matching this tag. A selection of 5 is shown but you can see all matching Scotsters.
Lorraine A (NEW)from the Missoula area in United States
I was born in Edinburgh Scotland have Scottish mother and american father.
|suziqt1963||from the Whangarei area in New Zealand
Hi, I am Suzy, I am a 47 year old nurse, I am adopted and my birth father is Scottish from the Isle of Skye. I have never met him, in fact I am still looking for him. I am a christian and my faith is very important to me. If anyone in Scotland can help me find my father, I would be eternally grateful... wanted: friendship, genealogy.. on offer: friendshp
Anna G (NEW)from the Inverness area in Scotland
I am a volunteer at Culloden visitor's centre. I am an American who has always felt Scottish in her bones, married a Scottish man and raised 3 children here. I love Scotland and feel drawn here
Today I called Culloden to see about the party there. - see 3 comments
|scots_heart||from the Oakland area in United States
I am dreaming of being able to visit Scotland one day. My ancestors are Kirkpatricks from the Closeburn area.
John S (NEW)from the Cedar Rapids area in United States
All of my family comes from Ireland, including the Shaw's.
Photos associated with the word 'country music'
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Events associated with the word 'country music'
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Forum topics associated with the word 'country music'
There are 2 forum topics matching this tag.
|country singers |
Scotster: Miscellaneousby didisdad
|49||Fri 18/05/12 21:55|
|like dog songs? got hanky? |
Pets & Other Animals: Dogsby richr
|0||Sun 11/09/11 16:10|
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