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Surnames: Latto, Hain
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It appears that your great-grandmother Marjory Hain Latto and my husband's great-great-grandmother Ann Latto were sisters. I have Marjory born ca. 1854 in Cameron, Fife to Thomas Latto (1820 - ?) and Janet Hain (1820-1891).
I have made some progress on this branch. Have a look at my online tree.
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I found the upcoming marriage of James & Nancy in the "American
masonic register and literary companion, Volume 1" Dated Aug-31-1829
it can be found online at;
24 NANCY SARAH (3) b. March 10, 1817 in New Scotland, Albany Co.,
NY; d. June 6, 1887 in Albany Co., NY; m. James H. Coughtry on Nov.
13, 1839 in the Union Dutch Reform Church, Unionville, Albany Co., New
York, USA. He was the son of William Coughtry and Ariann Moak. He
was born April 11, 1813 in New Scotland, Albany County, New York, USA
and died Jan. 27, 1892 in Bethlehem, Albany County, New York. He and
Nancy are buried at the Elmwood Rural Cemetery, Bethlehem, Albany
County, New York, USA. Children: Clark, Arthur Jacob, William James,
Annie Morilla, and Leonard G. Coughtry.