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George Malcolm

BirthAbt. 15 Apr 1824 - South Crannah, Marnoch, Banffshire, Scotland
Death1885 - Virginia, USA
MotherLilias 'Lilley' 'Lilly' Horn
FatherGeorge Malcolm

Born in South Crannah, Marnoch, Banffshire, Scotland on Abt. 15 Apr 1824 to George Malcolm and Lilias 'Lilley' 'Lilly' Horn. George Malcolm had 16 children. He passed away on 1885 in Virginia, USA.

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Parents
George Malcolm
1773 - 1834
Lilias 'Lilley' 'Lilly' Horn
1781 - 1855
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Charles Smith Malcolm
1859 - 1893
Frances 'Fannie' (Fanny Henry) Malcolm
1869 - 1946
Helen Malcolm
1857 - 1939
Mary Malcolm
1846 - 1897
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Malcolm
1856 - 1914
Barbara Jessie Malcolm
1852 - 1913
Margaret "Maggie" Malcolm
1861 - 1901
David Henry Malcolm
1866 - 1887

Dr. Robert Cumming Malcolm
1868 - 1929
James B. Malcolm
1863 - 1916
Lillias Jane Malcolm
1849 - 1907
John Fraser Malcolm
1848 - 1900
Alexander Malcolm
1857 - 1889
Jessie Fraser Malcolm
1864 - 1898
Jane 'Jennie' Malcolm
1851 - 1932
George H Malcolm
1854 - 1922

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