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John Brown Shoemaker
I'm looking for John Brown, a shoemaker in Tarbolton, who was the Father of John Brown born in Ochiltree 06 Dec 1799. The Tarbolton John Brown got Jean McKerrow (b 04 Apr 1776) from Little Changue (Farm?), Auchinleck, Ayrshire pregnant and left her 'holding the baby'. If you have any ideas of who he might be, I'd be grateful. Thanks Sharon
red mail SARAH ANN NIMMO
sarah ann nimmo is on the 1901 census as living at 24, woodside, tarbolton, my grandad, surname wilson i believe lived at this address for a time, it could have been quite a number of years my problem is i desperately need to know who lived at 24, woodside from 1901 until at least sept 1915 as well as sarah ann nimmo
red mail Pettigrew Harvey
1871 census James Pettigrew born stairs and Jean Harvey born Straiton were in Dalmellington - they had been married 1842 Tarbolton. James was a pitsheadman at the Dalmellington mines Any further information would be appreciated.
red mail Samuel Campbell and Agnes Sinclair
I'm looking for information regarding Samuel Campbell, born Feb 14 1809 Tarbolton Ayrshire who married Agnes Sinclair (b.1811, Scotland) probably in New York.
red mail Drinnan/Kirkland/Herbert
Looking for ancestors & family of Janet Drinnan born 1785 - parents John D and Janet Kirkland. She married William Herbert in 1818 in Tarbolton.
red mail john stewart married to sarah tait
my grandparents were married in tarbolten 1906. i would love more info. about them,and to know if there is any relations anywhere left. john stewart and sarah moved to buckhaven just after thay were married. he was a coal miner. would love to know more about my g/parents ,if any body can help please i would be very grateful.
robertson
looking for info on janet robertson born c1816 tarbolton married david muir 21 june 1816 kilmarnock. have lots info on muirs but nothing on robertsons
red mail Seeking Annie Bell
Annie Bell, born in 1870s, married John Gibson (farm labourer)1896. Moved to Kilmarnock where they had 11 children. Annie had at least one sister Marion, and a brother Robert.
red mail NEWEY Family
I would be grateful for any information regarding the NEWEY family's time in Scotland. I don't think that they will appear in any Scottish Census, unless it is the 1871 Scottish Census. The couple where Ellen Mary NEWEY (formerly GEORGE)& Herbert Alpha NEWEY (an Oil Painting Artist) they had sons, Herbert George Walter Newey born in Dec' 1870 & Arthur William G Newey born in 1873, both in Aston (by Birmingham). However I do believe that their daughter, Ellen Florence Gertrude NEWEY may have been born in TARBOLTON, AYR in 1875, her birth date is thought to have been 2nd July 1875. Perhaps Herbert had taken the family up to Scotland to paint the wonderful scenery. If anyone can provide ANY details regarding the NEWEY family's time in Scotland and confirmation of Ellen's birth I would really appreciate it.
red mail Wright family, Tarbolton
Anyone interested? I have copy of family bible records of children born to William Wright, born 1833 in Tarbolton, and his wife Jane Clark. Any other info welcome.
red mail The village shop at Tarbolton
I would like to find out more about the village shop and Charlie Garven my great uncle who ran it in the 1960's
red mail Goodwin
looking to trace father's family - Alexander Dickie Goodwin born 09/02/1919 - father James, mother Bessie - had 1 sister and 5 brothers believe all to have been in Tarbolton but am unable to find any information
Murdoch Family
I am researching the Murdoch Family who originated in Commondyke Ayrshire about 1750. they moved on to Auchinleck, Old Cumnock, Tarbolton and then left for New Zealand about 1859. My ancestor was Robert Murdoch and he married Helen Hutchison 8 October 1847 in Tarbolton. There is no documentation of her parents but she called her only daughter Annie and her sons had the middle name of Johnston so that may be a lead. Any help on these people would be appreciated.
red mail BROWN, STEWART
William Stewart and Agnes Brown emigrated to Nova Scotia (Canada) with their sons, William Brown Stewart and Thomas Stewart. Craigie January 15, 1819 marriage of William Stuart and Agnes Brown (assuming that this is the date for the Banns which would have to have been read). Christening dates follow. (1) James Stuart C M 13 Jul 1828 parents William Stuart & Agnes Brown (2) Adam Stuart C M 20 Feb 1831 parents William Stuart & Agnes Brown (3) John Stuart C M 04 Jul 1833 parents William Stuart & Agnes Brown (4) David Stewart C M 07 Feb 1836 parents William Stewart & Agnes Brown Tarbolton 29 Jan 1819 marriage of William Stewart and Agnes Brown (assuming that this was the place of the actual marriage). Christening dates follow. (1)*Thomas Stewart C M 23 Nov 1819 parents William Stewart & Agnes Brown (2) Robert Stewart C M 16 Sep 1821 parents William Stewart & Agnes Brown (3)* William Brown Stewart C M 27 Jan 1824 parents William Stewart & Agnes Brown (4) Andrew Stewart C M 30 Jun 1826 parents William Stewart & Agnes Brown International Genealogical Index / British Isles - 22 (1) THOMAS STEWART - Gender: Male Birth: 22 NOV 1819 Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland (2) ROBERT STEWART - Gender: Male Birth: 14 SEP 1821 Tarbolton, Ayr...
red mail Tarbolton Cloverlea
my g.g. grandmother Agnes Gordon died here in 1904 Her son in law Charles Bannon reg.her death. He married ELizabeth Templeton Gordon in Kirkcolm Wigtownshire in 1893 LOOKING FOR ANY INF . CONNECTED TO THIS FAMILY
red mail Gibson, Mathew
I am looking for any information on Mathew Gibson of Tarbolton. He had the following chn: 1. ? b 23 Mar 1746, 2. George, b 24 Apr 1748: m. Katherine Blain, 3. Hugh, b 3 Jun 1750, 4. Adam, b 22 Dec 1752, 5. Mathew, b 10 May 1754. Thank you for any information you can provide.


 
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