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Passenger List Vessel 'Hesperian' arrived at Quebec, Canada, 18 June 1910.
Passenger List Vessel "Hesperian" arrived at Quebec, Canada, 18 June 1910.
Clementina Dalglish shows "Getting Married" under "What is your intended occupation in Canada?" She is not alone - others on the list show similar intentions. 
 
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Report of letter from William Dalgleish dated October 30 1918 received by his uncle James Craig Dalgliesh.
Report of letter from William Dalgleish dated October 30 1918 received by his uncle James Craig Dalgliesh.
 
 
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Report on death of Thomas Dalgleish, found drowned in River Clyde
Report on death of Thomas Dalgleish, found drowned in River Clyde
 
 
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Report on injuries to brothers Robert Dalgleish and John Dalgleish 1918
Report on injuries to brothers Robert Dalgleish and John Dalgleish 1918
 
 
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Robert Storey Dalgleish immigration to United States
Robert Storey Dalgleish immigration to United States
 
 
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Robin Campsie Dalglish, Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath
Robin Campsie Dalglish, Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath
 
 
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Suicide of Capt Dalgleish on a train in India 1903
Suicide of Capt Dalgleish on a train in India 1903
 
 
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Thomas Chalmers Dalgliesh
Thomas Chalmers Dalgliesh
 
 
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United States World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918
United States World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918
 
 
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United States World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942
United States World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942
 
 
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Will of Robert Stanley Dalgliesh
Will of Robert Stanley Dalgliesh
 
 
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William Dalgleish, policeman, Exeter
William Dalgleish, policeman, Exeter
William Dalgleish served as a police constable in Exeter. Woolmer's Exeter and Plymouth Gazette dated 16 October 1847 contains a report of a hearing into William Dalgleish being charged with being drunk. There are other reports of his work as a policeman and areests that he made. 
 

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