The Simpsons Family Tree
McClymont, Slaven, Cronie


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Notes: The second "Cronie" child of John Cronie and Mary Davidson (1857) does not have a Christian name. This was because the child died aged 36 minutes. Had not yet been given a name. Very unusual to find both a birth and death record as in most cases of this sort the child was considered not to have existed. Very heartless in today's terms.
Family tree was created and researched by David Roseburgh

 

July 16, 2009-please note that some of these pages are still being built of course

Older pages with info:

http://www.coussins.org/home.htm (Original page)

Click on any of the above.

Click the picture for a bigger image

Simpsons Home Page Links
Uncle Bill, now 92, is helping with some of the Simpson links.
Here he is in June 2008 studying the Simpson Chart . He is the son of our Grandfather Johns  brother

http://www.coussins.org/Family/Simpsons.htm  Simpsons Home Page

http://www.coussins.org/Family/treesimpson.htm  Family Tree 1

http://www.coussins.org/Family/simpsontree.htm  Family Tree 2

http://www.coussins.org/Family/mclymont.htm  Family Tree McClymont

http://www.coussins.org/Family/slaventree.htm  Slaven 
Tree showing birth of Grandmother Margaret

http://www.coussins.org/Family/Simpsonstories.html
New photographs of Grandfather John Simpson page 2 of the Photos

http://www.coussins.org/Family/simpsontree.htm  The main tree chart
(this is the Simpsons tree from John Simpson back and forward from 19th Century)

http://www.coussins.org/Family/photographs.htm  Page 1 of the Photos

http://www.coussins.org/Family/Simpdata.htm
Bringing up to date family members that are helping me with the research

http://www.coussins.org/Family/simpsonlinks.htm 

This is a general link page for those wishing to progress further in their in their own line or into their spouses lines.

http://www.coussins.org/Family/19thcentwigton.htm

Click on any of the above.

Government website for birth, death and marriage from 1855:

http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/famrec/bdm.html  You can order certificates here for a fee.
Make sure that you have as much information as possible and a credit or debit card for payment,