Speymouth, Moray, Scotland

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Tree: The Full Family Tree
Notes: Speymouth is the name given to the small estuary at the mouth of the River Spey (Moray), lying between the settlements of Kingston and Spey Bay. It is noted as the landing place on the 23rd June 1650 of King Charles II on his way to be crowned King of Scots the following year.
City/Town : Latitude: 57.6553208, Longitude: -3.1015777


Matches 1 to 11 of 11

   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Birth   Person ID   Tree 
1 CRAMOND, Alexander  23 Oct 1826Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I731 The Full Family Tree 
2 CRAMOND, Alexander  27 Mar 1854Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I15572 The Full Family Tree 
3 CRAMOND, Helen  08 Mar 1834Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I955 The Full Family Tree 
4 CRAMOND, Isabella  28 Mar 1852Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I15567 The Full Family Tree 
5 CRAMOND, James  21 Jan 1837Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I734 The Full Family Tree 
6 CRAMOND, Janet  21 Jun 1800Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I1016 The Full Family Tree 
7 CRAMOND, Jean  07 Jul 1793Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I1015 The Full Family Tree 
8 CRAMOND, John  09 Jun 1798Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I488 The Full Family Tree 
9 CRAMOND, John  04 Jul 1828Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I733 The Full Family Tree 
10 CRAMOND, John  20 Dec 1850Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I15570 The Full Family Tree 
11 CRAMOND, Margaret  17 Jul 1830Speymouth, Moray, Scotland I485 The Full Family Tree 


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Family   Married   Family ID   Tree 
1 CRAMOND / SHIACH  26 Jul 1850Speymouth, Moray, Scotland F121 The Full Family Tree