I want to find the spouse of Archibald Malcolm (LVXC-N7T in family search family tree) and mother of Elizabeth Malcolm (who later married a James Nelson).
She would be my dad’s, dad’s, mother’s mother.
I’m pretty sure she would have been Protestant.
- Marriage Year
- Marriage Place
- Childrens' Birthyears
- Childrens' Birthplaces
- Death Year
- Death Place
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