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canada_flagTom Thorne, from Ontario, Canada, wrote on March 26 2009:

Thanks for putting this website on line. For those of us with a connection to Helensburgh but living abroad in Canada as I am, it is very useful.

clock-timetable-wI have recently been looking into the history of the original Garelochhead Bus Company and its predecessors, with the eventual aim to put together a website.

My target is a website, but there is a considerable amount of work to be done before I would consider it a live website, especially regarding photographs etc.

usa_flagI AM a descendant of an early Helensburgh resident and I am trying to find out more about him and his parents.

My ancestor was Hugh McGregor, who was born in Helensburgh on October 7 1827 — only 25 years after the town became a burgh of barony — and I would like to find details of his parents.

trinidad_flagFIRST of all, may I take this opportunity to thank you for such an informative web site of Helensburgh.

My parents are both from Helensburgh and I and my family lived on the Naval Estate at Churchill for 10 years when I was based at Faslane — I played rugby for Helensburgh first team for those 10 years, preferring to play for Helensburgh rather than the Naval Base team.

baird-scott-1Pieter Overgaauw from Holland wrote on August 6 2009:

MAY I introduce myself as the son of Helen McPherson Scott, who had a twin brother Ronald Scott, and they were born on December 12 1912 in Glasgow.

handHi there,

My name is Kieth T.Jones, I was born on June 5 1964, and I'm researching my family tree.

the-barracksDear Editor,

I have the privilege of being a direct descendant of Thomas Connelly who lived in Helensburgh from 1852 until his death in 1894 aged 76 years.

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