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red mail russell/inverarity
looking for more information on relations john russell who married janet inverarity at st.nicholas in aberdeen 1832, family after that were situated in kirkcaldy fife, west wemyss, and aberdeen.
red mail Mary Thompson
Mary was born 1849 Aberdeen, daughter of Daniel Thompson(Thomson) a shoemaker. The family moved to Sunderland, and she married Mark Taylor Chapman, a blind mattress-stuffer, who died early of TB. They lived in Newcastle upon Tyne. She then married another blind mattress stuffer, Edward Watson. Mary and Mark are my great grand-parents. Does anyone have any information on them? She was supposed to have the second sight.
red mail Anderson, Philip, Smith, McGregor, McRae, Morrison
Seeking information on any members of these families: Alexander Anderson m. Isabella Morrison - Dec. 1835 (I believe she was previously married to William Maitland.) Their son: Alexander Anderson, b. August 1837 in Aberdeen, married Ann Smith, b. appx. 1838 in Aberdeen. (Ann's parents were William Smith and Ann McRae.) Their son, Alexander L. Anderson, b. 1861 in Aberdeen, married Elizabeth Philip/Phillips b. 1862, Aberdeen. (Elizabeth is the daughter of George Philip and Elizabeth McGregor.) Alexander and Elizabeth Anderson were married in 1887 in Aberdeen, then emigrated to Barre, VT, USA later that year. One of their sons, George Kinnie Philip Anderson (Midge), b. 1903 in Barre, VT, USA is my grandfather. He married Vena Leonard in Barre, VT in 1925 and they had three children, Alton, Norma Elizabeth (my mother) and Myrna. I am interested in any information regarding these people or relatives of theirs either in the US or Scotland. I know there are many relatives of these people who remained in Scotland. A relative in the US had names and addresses many years ago when he thought he would be going to Scotland, but threw them away when he learned he wouldn't making the trip and all names and locations of relatives still in Scotland were then lost. Thank you.
red mail Rose and Davidson families
I would like to hear from anyone descended from the families of Beatrix Davidson married to George Rose (second wife).One son or grandson became a medical doctor in Aberdeen in the early 20th century. Also any descendents of David Davidson, blacksmith who finally lived and died in Aberdeen in 1915. he was Beatrix Rose's nephew.
red mail Shand
Does anyone have an Alexander Shand - advocate (solicitor) of Aberdeen in 1808?
red mail John Skene 1814
My family have had, for over 70 years, a family bible belonging to the Skene family. It lists the three marriages of John Skene and his children. He was born at Keith Hall, Aberdeenshire and married a Hannah Sayers, Hannah Clavering and Mary Ann Plaster. If these names ring a bell let me know and I will send a scan of the page from that bible. It may help pull a few walls down.
red mail Sunley History
I would like to trace family of Thomas Sunley Fisherman from Aberdeen and NE England
red mail Alsop of Aberdeen & Inverurie
Any info about Alsops of Aberdeen & Inverurie? Private John Alsop, 90th Regiment, born in Nottingham, married Margaret Aiken in Aberdeen 1802. Son(?)John Alsop 1802-76 carter/flesher in Aberdeen. His descendants ran wholesale meat business 'Alsop of Aberdeen'.
Bella Kennedy Skelly
This was my paternal grandmother and she lived in Kilmarnock and yet was born in Aberdeen, 2 Loch Street in the parish of St Nicholas. I always wondered why she was born in Aberdeen when she and her parents lived and worked in Kilmarnock
Hadwin nee Milne
Helen Hadwin nee Milne kept in touch with a Mrs R Lees and Mrs S Wilson of Ferry Road Torry Aberdeen on the 1940s - I think these people maybe linked to my grandfather Robert Hutchinson Milne somehow just checking

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