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About The Fleming Family
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This is the Fleming , Bennett, Mooney , Brannigan ,McIlroy & Stewart family  tree it is 
 here to pay homage to all who have gone before us , as without any of the  named people I or my kin would not be here today.My family hail from Glasgow  but my ancestors were Printers & Merchants of Edinburgh the earliest I have is  William 1769-1835 and 5 of his sons all becoming printers with numerous  nephews & nieces Grandsons Great Grandsons and Granddaughters in the name of  Frances Amy Fleming born 1891 died in 1948 at the young age of 57 being  employed as a Compositor in the Male dominated world of the Printing in the  early 20th Century,indeed my Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandad David Fleming(the  only break in the William Line)had a brother named Leslie Fleming who wrote a  short book when he was an Octogenerian in 1893 of his recollections of the  bygone days of the Printers of Edinburgh in which he describes the beginnings  of the Stereotypers of which his family and indeed my own had been Dominant ,  the line finally stopped a few generations back at my own 
 Great-Great-Great-Grandfather William Fleming 1825-1881 his son went on to be  an Iron Dresser in the Iron Foundries of Possilpark were my family were born &  bred . The Bennett family from my maternal side is a proud and patriotic one  in as much as the male line has been involved with the armed forces since  William Bennett 1830 through his sons and grandsons down to the latest George  Bennett serving his country , not too mention my nephew William McGuigan a Lance corporal in the Royal Highland Fusiliers. My own Great Grandad sacrificed his  life in WW1 and my grandad Henry Bennett in WW2.Both the Fleming's and Bennett  families have indeed served this country in all the armed forces my own  Grandad served with the Ground crews of the R.A.F, my Grandad Bennett lost his  life supplying the country in the merchant Navy,and various cousins and  branches of this my extended family have served it well. I hope I haven't left  anyone out and will strive to keep it as up to date as I can , I have met  people from all over the globe in my search for Fleming's with a distant  cousin Elizabeth Fleming who's father was William Fleming grandson of David  Bell Fleming to Alexandra Kowalski who was the Great-Great-Grandaughter of  Leslie Fleming the man who wrote the book , to all the branches of this tree I  am eternally proud to be their Kin. 
 William Fleming

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