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red mail Mary MacKenzie
Mary MacKenzie (my Grandmother) died in Newtyle's Belmont Street in 1899. Although I have visited the Newtyle Parish churchyard I have been unable to locate her burial plot - can anybody help? Bob.
red mail Walker/MacPherson/Anderson
I am researching my grandmother's family. she was born Barbara Walker later known as Macpherson, 24th December,1874 in Newtyle Angus. Mother Isabella Walker father unknown.Mother?married George MacPherson who may or may not have adopted Barbara who married Robert Anderson a tailor in the Black Watch regiment. They had 7 children born wherever the regiment sent them i.e. Sth Africa, India,Ireland,and Scotland. After her husband's death in Edinburgh she eventually immigrated with 5 of her children to N.Z.in1921.I would be very grateful for any information I could get. Thank you.
Robertson Oligivie Butter?
I would like to more on Allan Robertson b. abt 1806 in Renshire Dull his wife was Jane OGLIVIE of variations of the name possible b. in Kittins or Cattins? abt 1816 there children where 4 males one female John Robertson Abt. 1837 Alexander Butter Robertson b.June 3, 1839. Allan Robertson b.November 17, 1841 in Newtyle Angus. Janet, Stewart, and Thomas From the Newtyle Census 1851 94 Belmont Street Allan 45 head Coal and Grain Clerk b. Renshire Dull Jane 35 b. Cattins John 14 scholar b. Forfarshire Newtyle Alexander 11 Scholar Allan 9 Scholar
red mail BUTTER
Seeking information and descendants of DAVID JANE BUTTER, the illegitimate son of Julia Small and David Butter. In 1881 he was living in Cheam Surrey and in 1885 he married Mary Louise Tyler.
red mail Fyffe
I am seeking infomation about AGNES FYFFE born 1868 to Marjory Macdougal and David Fyffe. Her mother died three years afteer her birth. Are there any deescendants out there?
red mail PROUDFOOT
Seeking any information (or descendants) about JAMES PROUDFOOT born 1836 in Errol. He married JULIA SMALL in 1864 in Church Street, Newtyle. Their children were James Leslie 1864, Marjoty Mcdougall 1866, Alexander Leslie 1867, William 1869, Mary Leslie (1873, Julia Small 1875, John 1879. The Prodfoots travelled between Scotland, Kent and Surrey; some children were born in Scotland, others in Surrey. I am searching for James's death and also the death of his brother David who, in 1901, was ,living in Dundee.
red mail Leslie family of Newtyle
Is anone researching the Leslie family of Newtyle. James Leslie married Marjory Macdougal in Glenisla and they moved to Newtyle about 1850. Their children were Janet, Alexander, James, Mary, David, Marjor, Agnes, William and Mary. James became a tailor in Kirriemuir.
red mail Roberts And Burman In Newtyle, Scotland
I'm pursuing a mystery. One of my grandfather's first names was Burman. As this isn't a family name, it looks as though his father, shoemaker Alex Roberts, chose to "honor" a benefactor. This would be in the 1870s. I'm wondering if he was apprenticed to this mystery Burman, perhaps in the 1850s. Any Burmans out there?

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