It seems strange starting a message like that.
We have a direct connection, your ggg grandfather Charles kettles was the younger brother of my g grandfather Robert McDonald kettles.
We knew at least one of the brothers went to Canada, but was always uncertain which one, and whether they then moved on from there.
Our branch is still in the UK, and i have often visited Perthshire in Scotland doing research while on holiday.
Noticed you have the wrong year quoted, it should be 1866 not 1886.Amazingly they had 8 half brothers& sisters and were two of a futher 10 children.
George kettles did marry Ann brown, his second wife in 1851.
I have been doing the family tree for years now and it feels great to finally make contact with one of the missing branches.
I don't read my Email daily as i use the library,so don't be surprised if when you contact me i don't reply immediately.
I really am excited at the prospect of hearing from you,i found your message via Google.com, and i must say THIS site is very confusing, its taken me over a week to work out how to send this message.
If you contact me direct, which is fine my mail address is:
P.S. granddad dropped the final S in the surname almost a century ago, but all my other relations still use it.
I really hope i have got the hang of this email system and that you get this message, and hope to hear from you soon
Gary Charles Kettle
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