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red mail francis cooper/jane forbes
Mary Cooper born tullynessle 1800-1810 d of francis cooper and jane forbes. Married William Murray , children Jane,Arthur,William,Alexander, Francis, Helen, James, George, Peter some born in Leochel Cushnie.
Margaret Mackie b ca 1802
Looking for any info about the ancestry of Margaret Mackie, b. Tullynessle around 1802 (parents unknown to me). She married George Sievewright/Seivwright of Montrose, Angus and had several children: Agnes (m. Spence), Catherine (m. Forbes), Jean, Ann (m. Escott), Helen & Charles. Most of this family emigrated to Ontario, Canada, some later to Massachusetts. Would also like to hear from descendants.
red mail Gardener/Gardiner- Tullynessle
William Gardener (Wife's name not known) died 11 March 1826 in Kemnay. William had 4 (known) children, all baptised in Tullynessle - Andrew, July 1775; Terrsy, October 1773; Mary, October 1777; William, August 1782. Andrew was my 3 x great grandfather. Can anybody help me identify the wife of William Sen.?
red mail McDonald/Anderson
Having found my G.Grandfathers death(Strathdon) and marriage(Grange) plus Census info., all of which he gives Tullynessle as his birthplace. I just cannot find his birth. He was born in or around 1829. Anyone have any ideas ? Mothers name was Anderson.
red mail Stewart family
Peter Stewart married Margaret Stewart 2 June 1833 in tullynessle they had 10 children:Lewis 1 oct 1836,peter 1 oct 1838,James 1840,Barron walker oct 1841,Jean 1844,William 1847,Ann 1849,Margaret Skinner 1850,John Smith 1852,Elspet 1854
red mail Population in 1755 and 1791
From - Old Statistical Account for Scotland Vol 4 Tullynessle in 1755 had 269 and 1791 396


 
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