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red mail Isabell Stevenson
I am researching Isabell Stevenson born c 1781 Fenwick Ayr Married William Taylor 1809 Dunlop ayr. Died 1849.
red mail Miller Parker - Kilmaurs, Rushaw, Kilmarnock, Gatehead
Kilmaurs Marriages 1688-1820 OPR 598/1 Item 3: July 17th 1737. The which Day Hugh Miller in Rushaw in the parish of Kilmarnock and Elizabeth Parker daughter to James Parker in Gatehead in this parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage. July 15th 1737. Kilmarnock Parish Register.
red mail Miller - Fenwick, Glaister
Kilmaurs Churchyard: by William Millar, Grenada, West Indies, fa Hugh M d ?.7.182(4) a 73 y, mo Jean ....... d ?.5.1830 a 69 y, bros John M d Ireland 24.7.1817 a 30 y, George M d 22.6.1829 a 39 y, Robert M d inf; ab William Millar d Grenada 23.3.1833 a 32 y; John Muir, late Gatehead, d 29.12.1880 a 86 y, w Elizabeth Miller d 27.4.1867 a 72 y, da Elizabeth Muir Thomson d Shawfield, Prestwick 15.3.1889 a 66 y.
red mail FENWICK
Mary Millar,Born to Hugh Miller and Elizabeth Parker (Glaister,Fenwick) 1752
red mail Charles Findlay & Jean Lemont or Limont
I am searching for any information regarding James Findlay, born 22 January 1836 & Margaret Paton, born in 1840, the daughter of John Paton and Margaret Morton, both from Kilmarnock. James' parents were Charles Findlay (born in 1792) & Jean Lemont or Limont, who married in Dreghorn, Ayrshire, Scotland, on 7 April 1821. They had 7 children:- 1) - Jean Findlay, born 12 May 1822, 2) - John Findlay, born 30 April 1824, 3) - Robert Findlay, born 7 June 1826, 4) - Charles Findlay, born 25 July 1828, 5) - Margaret Findlay, born 10 February 1831, 6) - Mary Findlay, born 13 May 1833, 7) - James Findlay, born 22 January 1836, died 8.11.1917. All were born in the Parish of Fenwick, Strathclyde, Scotland. Following their marriage in Kilmarnock in 1862, James & Margaret immigrated the same year to New Zealand on the ship "The Grassmere". Brothers John and Charles Findlay, had already come to New Zealand and were farming at North Taieri, Dunedin, where they were joined by James in 1862. Do you have any of the above names in your Family Tree?
My gggrandfather John REId was born in FENWICK circa 1815. He married Mary Barclay at High Parish PAISLEY in 1845. John REID was a miller and the family lived at MONTGRENNAN before migrating to Tasmania (Australia)circa 1856 with children William REID, Janet REID and Elizabthe REID (Elizabeth died on the voyage). John REID's father was said to be a miller at Rowallan Mill. I have a booklet 'Annals of Fenwick' which lists a John REID as signatory to a petition regarding the Corn Laws. Does anyone know this family?
red mail Reid, Boyd
Robert Reid married Mary Boyd 1802. Son William born 1803; he married Mary Hamilton in Galston 1832. Would be interested to hear from any relatives.
red mail Warnockland
I am researching my Paternal line of WRIGHT,and am very keen to make contact with other Family Members, in NZ and abroad. My Great Grandfather,Peter Gemmill WRIGHT,(b.1839.)(12 children NZ) and his younger brother,Thomas WRIGHT,(5 sons NZ) immigratedto South Otago, New Zealand 1860c. I have a considerable amount of information on the New Zealand lines but I would like to complete the Tree as much as possible before putting it into print. This family of WRIGHT farmed at Warnockland for around 4generations.
red mail Fingland Families
A number of my ancestors lived in Fenwick, Ayrshire. William Fingland b 1840 in Closeburn, Dumfries married Jane Highet and had ten little Finglands, nine boys and one girl. William's father was James Fingland and I can't find him anywhere exceptthe 1841 Census for Closeburn,Dumfries. If anyone can help with any information I'd really appreciate it. Regards Jan

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