People associated with the word 'ice skating'
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|morgans_friendMy Naval Officer||from the Whitby area in Canada
Grandparents from Scotland. Short visit to Glasgow, beautiful city by the way...so much different from Toronto, Canada. There is so much more history there... wanted: friendship, laughs.. on offer: friendship, laughs
|eibhlin||from Georgian Bay Simcoe County Ontario Canada in Midland in Canada
I live in Simcoe County Ontario, born in Dundee, emigrated to Canada as a toddler, I always thought I was 100% Scottish, recently while doing my family tree I opened a Brick Wall that has taken me back pre Royal Stuarts, So from lets say 1000AD onward my ancestors were Scottish :).. wanted: kidd knight, donaldson, richardson, pittuloch.. on offer: carnegie, mowat, donaldson, isbister
|toddferguson||from the Sydney area in Australia
Born in West Kilbride on the West Coast of Scotland and moved when I was 10 to the other side of the world, living in both NZ and now Australia. I have been back a few times to the UK, planning my retirement somewhere in the Isles with a nice slow pace and perhaps some time to write, sleep, fish and drink a nice red through the seasons. My family going back generations are Scots.. wanted: friends.. on offer: a point of view
|lynn_m||from the Rochester area in United States
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Today I submitted my passport application. 1 step closer! - see 1 comment
|kat4043||from the Agassiz area in Canada
I have recently found out I had Scottish roots, my Great Grandfather was Alonzo MacFarlane born 1855 in New Brunswick Canada I believe. I am researching my ancestry but I can not seem to find any mention of Gr grandfather's parents names on anything.. Any help would be appreciated.. :)
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