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Bill and Peg Crawford / Langhoose
Hi everyone!

I'm helping my mum out with some memories- she used to spend holidays with my Nana and Papa in the 'Langhoose' with Bill and Peg.

I believe that Bill was also the station master at Inches station.. can anyone supply me with family info

I believe Jennifer and Dunlop Hastings stayed in the area too (I spoke with Jennifer once but have lost touch)

Many thanks
Posted by Avril Harris on 13 February 2019
Picture Hoose
In the late 40's and 50's my mum, now well into her 70's used to get the bus from Glasgow to Coalburn then get on the "shoogly" bus from Coalburn to Douglas and either walk the remaining mile to Douglas West or get the wee local bus and then spend the summer with her cousins.

She was reminiscing about these day and spoke about going to the picture hoose. Does anyone out there have any old photos of Douglas West, the Miners Rows there and of the Picture Hoose.

Please get in touch stuart@smcallister.co.uk
Posted by Stuart McAllister on 06 June 2015
Watson family
I'm working on my family tree & am looking for information on my grandmother's family who lived in the area Her name was :
Christina Somerville Watson Forrester
her parents:
John Watson & Jessie Reid Young Watson
siblings who lived in the area:
George Watson
Janet Watson
Thanks for any help you can offer.
Posted by Susan Forrester Wheeler on 03 September 2014
Watson family
I am working on my family tree. Many Watsons lived in this area.
John Watson & Jessie Young Watson
Christina Somerville Watson Forrester
George Watson
Janet Watson
I'm wondering if anyone can help me with a few unanswered things?
Thank you all
Susan Forrester Wheeler
Posted by Susan W on 31 August 2014
my grannys maiden name was mcanulty she became a morrison my dad was john morrison they were from blantyre we have just discovered a newspaper cutting about the mining disaster of 1877 which we knew nothing about my dad has been gone 20 years and we only just found this am now trying to piece together any info if anyone can help would be very grateful
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