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red mail Robert RUSSEL and Helen MACLACHLAN - (Boharm - Banffshire)
I'm trying to find information on these two, my 4x great-grandparents, but so far have drawn a blank... Does anyone out there have them in their trees?
Boharm / Rothes - (Boharm - Banffshire)
Looking for any information on Peter Shaw c 1797 son of William Shaw and Margaret Grant of Arndilly. Peters first marriage was to Ann Russel c 1829/30 and second to Janet Dawson in c 1841 in Rothes. Any help appreciated. Thank you
red mail Boharm/dowalls Banffshire Scotland - (Boharm - Banffshire)
I am searching for the family of george gordon logan ,married Elizabeth Mcwilliams at Dowalls boharm 9/10/1908. They had at least 2 sons John Gordon born 11/09/1906 and William George Logan.born 18/06/1913.
red mail Ogilvie families - (Boyndie - Banffshire)
Interested in Ogilvie families in the 17th and 18th centuries, particularly those at Raggal and Buchraggie. Patrick Ogilvie of Raggal (c.1650-1731) had a son George who was known as Factor Ogilvie and may have been at Raws in Boyndie or Banff parishes. Patrick seems to have married twice to 1) Margaret Syme and 2) Elizabeth Dunbar (d. 1738). If anyone has been going through sasines records or the Register of Deeds concerning these families I would like to hear from them.
red mail Kinmond Donald - (Boyndie - Banffshire)
Kinmond james born 1831 son James Kinmond Ann Donald any information greatly appreciated
red mail McRae family in Banffshire 1600 to 1850 - (Boyndie - Banffshire)
Looking for information on a Colin McRae born between 1750 & 1773 in the Boyndie area, married Elizabeth Black in 1793, died 1876 in Cullen, canna find Colin,s birth or death cert or father & mother. Son Alexander Born 1793 in Fordyce. Old census also uses the surname McRa and McRaw. I am looking for any clues on McRae families in banffshire during this period and earlier. The only Colin I have found in all records is one born in Fodderty Ross-shire in 1759?
red mail STUART CHAPLETOWN - (Chapletown - Banffshire)
I am trying to find 3 OF THE 5 children of WILLIAM STUART(Tailor) and ANN GRANT STUART of Rosemount Chapletown .The children are THOMAS CLARK STUART appx b1873, ISABELLA CHARLOTTE STUART B1876 , WILLIAM GRANT STUART b1879 Any help would be most welcome.
red mail Stuart family - (Charlestown of Aberlour - Banffshire)
I am desended from the Stuarts who lived at Moss Cottage, Moss Croft, Moss-side, I've found all 3 places in the census. I would like to hear from anyone who knows of this family or this place. Mal G.
NANS MCGLASHEN - (Charlestown of Aberlour - Banffshire)
red mail Stuart, McBeth (McBeath) - (Charlestown of Aberlour - Banffshire)
red mail orphanage - (Charlestown of Aberlour - Banffshire)
looking for any pictures or stories from the orphanage
red mail william gray - (Charlestown of Aberlour - Banffshire)
looking for relations of William Gray b.1801 m. to anne Rose/Ross
Clochan : Tarrymount Farm: Bombs Away! - (Clochan - Banffshire)
Robert and Maggie Urquhart, nee Stewart , occupied a house at( or named ) Tarrymount, in the Braes of Enzie , Banffshire...Robert Urquhart was a Grieve on this small farm... The size of the land may have been something in the order of 75 acres... In April 1941 , a German aircraft was said to have dropped a bomb on this farmland , among others...A Grandaughter of the Urquharts remembered having souvenired a piece of shrapnel from the bomb blast... Not long after that episode the Urquharts moved to Ordiquish,in the parish of Bellie.
red mail Pedder - (Cornhill - Banffshire)
I am interested in information about a William Pedder who was innkeeper of the Gordon Arms Hotel, Cornhill about 1880. He died in Cornhill in 1914.
red mail Fraser - (Dufftown - Banffshire)
Researching for other Descendants of my Fraser Family from Duffrown: Charles Taylor Fraser b 1850 Cromdale Parish (grantown) & Anne McLeod b 1854 Glenlivet, Marr 3-9-1886 Dufftown. Sibs, Alexander b1887, d1920. Georgina b1888, d1970 N.I. James Taylor b1889, d1916 WW1. Margaret b1891, d1982. Isabella b1894, d1975. Charles John b1895, d1918 WW1. Constance b abt 1896. Edward b1896. Any possible links with above, then please contact me. James
STEWART / STUART/ McIntosh , Dufftown - (Dufftown - Banffshire)
1881 Census , Mortlach Parish , Banffshire , Scotland ...... Dwelling : 68 Castle Street , Dufftown ...... The relationship , age ,occupation , and birth places , are shown alongside each name...... George Stuart , 30 yrs , Head , Blacksmith , Mortlach ...... Isabella Stuart (nee McIntosh ), 33yrs , Wife , Mortlach ...... Annie Stuart , Daughter , 8yrs , Scholar , Botriphnie ...... George Stuart , Son , 6yrs , Scholar , Aberlour ...... Maggie Stuart , Daughter , 5yrs , Mortlach ...... Jane Stuart , Daughter , 3yrs , Aberlour ...... Is there anyone interested in this Family , ...?
HIGHLAND TARGUES - (Dufftown - Banffshire)
I was at a NZ market recently and a 'plaque' ( for want of a better word ) caught my eye . I bought it because it had a sticker on the back : HIGHLAND TARGES 5 ALBERT PLACE DUFFTOWN MORAY , SCOTLAND TEL 0340 20451 This circular 'wall plaque ' is about 8 inches in diameter and about 1 inch thick It is covered in a tartan cloth and has a gold-coloured metal thistle in the centre The border is studded with gold-coloured studs , probably drawing pins ( thumb tacks in North America ? ) My Stewart Grandmither was born in Dufftown I wonder if this business , 'HIGHLAND TARGUES' , still exists ?
Searching for John and Elizabeth Green - (Fife Keith - Banffshire)
Please give info if you are descendent of Elsie, John Jr. or Elizabeth Green. Children of John and Elizabeth Green from Keith Scotland
red mail Mearns in Fife Keith - (Fife Keith - Banffshire)
An ELIZABETH MEARNS married JOHN McCONNACHIE of Glasgow in Fife Keith on 19th August 1880 at St. Thomas'RC Church. She was the eldest daughter of the late JOHN MEARNS. Interested in knowing more about this family. The young couple or their daughter ISABELLA MEARNS MARY McConnachie emigrated to South Africa.
Herd - (Findochty - Banffshire)
Any one researching Herd Family in Findochty
Herd - (Findochty - Banffshire)
I also have Herd Family going back to late 1700s but where did they come from before Findochty? Was it Peterhead or Fraserborough?
red mail Stewart Family - (Findochty - Banffshire)
I am trying to locate anyone related to Queenie, Charlie, Bunty or Ian Stewart (poss Stuart) Queenie and Charlie passed away around late 1950's early 1960's - They lived on a farm in Findochty and had nine children of their own, two of them name Ian and Bunty. Bunty had two children of her own David and Queenie, so named after her Grandmother. They were Catholics and regularly attended mass at St Gregory's Preshome. Charlie and Queenie raised my father and named him Sandy Stewart. Any help or links to this family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Mr. J. Robb. Military chef. Italy. 1944 - (Findochty - Banffshire)
I am looking for Mr. Robb who was the chief cook in part of the allied operation in Tuscany, Italy during September 1944. He was posted in a place near Pergine Valdarno in the farm house belonging to a friend of mine who was then 9 years old. Mr. Robb was very touched by the terrible situation of my friend's parents who had both lost a leg by treading on a mine. He left a photograph of his baby girl who was then 3. My friend would very much like to make contact with Mr. Robb or his daughter.
red mail west family - (Gardenstown - Banffshire)
My grandfather was born in Gardenstown. His name was Samuel Richard West. His father, William Henry West was drowned in Elgin about 1870. His gandparents were John and Elizabeth West nee Crapp. John was born in Sheerness, Kent and Elizabeth in Cornwall.They were married in 1824 and had a large family. Looking for Samuel's brothers and sisters, names- William John born in Torpoint, Cornwall, Charles Henry and Lavina both born in Eastbourne, Sussex, Albert James, Frederick, Elizabeth Ann, Harriet Jane, James, Joseph all born in Scotland mother Harriet Sammells. Harriet left Buckie after the death of William and settled in Stckport Cheshire. She remarried Robert Blackwood Gillan.
red mail West family form Gardenstown (Gamrie) - (Gardenstown - Banffshire)
I am tracing my family tree and would love to hear from anyone with links to the Wests from Gardenstown/Gamrie or Banffshire in general, (or who has any information). In paticular I am looking for any descendants/ancestors of Andrew West (born c.1740) who married Jean Wilson. Thanks!
red mail WATT/PANTON - (Gardenstown - Banffshire)
Looking for any information about John Watt 1730's who married Mary Panton before 1764 in Gardenstown. Their son Alexander Watt was born in 1766 in Gardenstown. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail McLeod & McKay of Glenlivet - (Glenlivet - Banffshire)
Researching my McLeod & McKay Family from Glenlivet. Alexander b1824 Grange, d1911 Keith, marr Auchbreck Church, Glenlivet.1846 to Ann McKay b1821, d1906 Keith. Children born Glenlivet: John b1848, Alexander b1852, Anne b1854 (my GGGmother) Margaret b1859, Georgina b1861, William b1863. If anyone can help or just offer anything about them, please contact me, Thanks, James
red mail Alexander SMITH - (Glenlivet - Banffshire)
I am wanting information on Alexander SMITH b. 18th century. His son was Robert Smith of Nether Coul in Glenlivet who married Margaret ROSE Dec 1820.
red mail Walker - (Glenlivet - Banffshire)
My gt grandfather Charles Walker was born in Glenlivet 28 April 1877. His parents were James Walker and Ann nee Grant.Charles siblings were Jessie,John,James,Annie,William,Robert,George,Peter & Alex. Charles married Jane or Jeanie Mitchell Simmers & immigrated to New Zealand in 1905 with there daughter Helen Ann.
red mail JAMES NICHOL - (Gollachy - Banffshire)
red mail Burns family - (Grange Crossroad - Banffshire)
My Grandfather James D burns was a choir master in Grange at I believe the Presbyterian Church WHITE..and a teacher, possibly headmaster at a school in what I knew as the village of Grange. around about 1900 My grandmother Alexina, my mother Ella Irvine Dallas Burns, her brothers James and Fred lived there. My mother went I believe to Keith grammar School. Mother was born 1900. I hope to visit the area very soon the first time since a small child during the early war years. Another memory is of alady who lived in the village called Janet Ritchie with whom I corresponded during the early 60's then lost contact. Any help please?
URQUHART in Grange - (Grange Crossroad - Banffshire)
My Urquhart folk seemingly occupied 'Shiels Croft' , around 1915 / 1916 ......The croft was situated somewhere near Knock........Knock is the pronounced conical hill , at the eastern extremity of the Parish of Grange. , reaching 1,412 feet.......The Urquharts subsequently lived at 'Garrowood' , also in the Parish of Grange.............The name 'Garrowood ' lives on in the form of a house there ... Whether it is the one previously occupied by my Grandparents , I would like to know. ......Apart from a house called 'Garrowood ' , it is interesting to note that the former Grange railway-station became Garrowood Hotel ... It incorporated a post-office.......The current situation and set-up is however unknown to me.
red mail Morrison - (Grange Crossroad - Banffshire)
Looking for any information of the Morrison Family.Charles Morrison who married Jessie Allan at Grange on the 27th May 1871.His father was George or Charles he was a farmer and his mother was Margaret Robertson a domestic servant.
Grange School , Banffshire , Scotland - (Grange Crossroad - Banffshire)
Accident to Schoolboy at Grange On Monday afternoon at Grange , an accident happened to a boy Urquhart , son of Mr. Urquhart , Manager , Garrowood , belonging to Mr. John Geddes , Portknockie. The lad was a pupil at Grange School. It seems that the children had been tobogganing on a steep field adjacent to the school , and the sledge gathered considerable momentum on its passage down the slope , until it was intercepted by a gate post , and which dislodged the occupant . The injured boy was taken to the Schoolhouse , and kindly attended to by Mrs. Burns until the arrival of Dr. Taylor from Keith. On examination it was found that the pelvis had been severely injured , and Doctor Taylor considered it best to remove the patient to the Turner memorial Hospital , Keith , for treatment, which was done in the course of the afternoon. - Aberdeen Weekly Journal , Aberdeenshire , Scotland Friday 02 February 1917
red mail MacKintosh family - (Hill of Mountblairy - Banffshire)
William MacKintosh was a farmer in or near Newton of MountBlairy early 1800's Wife name was Ann ms. Innes. One of their daughter's was Jessie. I would be interested in finding where their farm was located.
red mail Alexanders Of Inverkeithny - (Inverkeithny - Banffshire)
Looking for persons decended from Charles Alexander and Barbara Duncan, married 29 Sep 1745 and had 12 children.
red mail duguids of sheilburn inverkeithny - (Inverkeithny - Banffshire)
looking for any information of duguids living at sheilburn from 1750 onwards
red mail Elspet Munro/Monro birth Inverkeithny - (Inverkeithny - Banffshire)
Looking for birth of Elspet Munro/Monro born Inverkeithny between 1828 and 1835. Parents Elspet Mantach and George Monro married in Parish of Drumblade Forgue Aberdeen 1/1/1828. Any other children born to this couple helpful also. Appreciate any info.
red mail Alvah - (Kirktown of Alvah - Banffshire)
Seeking information about George GILL b 1782 in Alvah who died before 1887. He married Lydia INGRAM b 22 June 1798 in Rothimay on 5th November 1825 in Turriff. He served as a Coluur Sergeant with the 15th Foot in West Indies
red mail George Gill - (Kirktown of Alvah - Banffshire)
Have military history for George also family details and photograph of Gill Family Bible showing Genealogy back to 1718.
red mail Mackie Family - (Kirktown of Alvah - Banffshire)
Hi Searching information on the family of Mackie who were in Alvah at one point and moved to Banff where I pick up William Mackie and his son Francis Grant Mackie. Francis had a son Allan Donald Mackie who became a watchmaker in Aberdeen. Sound familiar to anyone???
red mail Jessie Jamieson 1878 - 1933 - (Kirktown of Alvah - Banffshire)
I am seeking details about the above Jessie Jamieson, born at Brownside, Alvah, Banffshire, Scotland. Jessie was the sister of my Great Grandmother, Barbara Jane Jamieson who married my Great Grandfather Alexander Gillespie Hay. Jessie's parents were William Jamieson and Barbara Jane McRobert. If any has information I would love to hear from you.
red mail nicol family - (Kirktown of Deskford - Banffshire)
looking for info on a john nicol and margaret currie who lived in deskford at least until 1841. they had 3 sons. trying to find when john died. at the christening of his children he is down as john nicol of hagie/hogie. both john and margaret were born c1766 TIA christine
SHIELS , KNOCK - (Knock - Banffshire)
My Urquhart family are said to have occupied a Shiels (or Sheils) Croft , situated near Knock , in the Parish of Grange , Banffshire......................................................... I have been unable to locate this croft on any map nor to find any written reference to it.......... The Urquharts were known to have been in Grange parish until at least 1918.
Maggieknockater - (Maggieknockater - Banffshire)
Alexander ( Sandy ) Jackson URQUHART was an apprentice blacksmith at McLean's Garage in the small village of Maggieknockater..............He later left his apprenticeship to join the Metropolitan Police in London , in 1929 ...... Maggieknockater was quite close to where his parent's croft/s was/were situated . The crofts were named Shians and Greenhill , and were within walking distance of Balnellan, not far from Craigellachie.
red mail BUCHANS of MARNOCH - (Marnoch - Banffshire)
Looking for information on Charlotte BUCHAN (b.1891) and Margaret BUCHAN (B.1894) in Finnygaud/Marnoch to JOHN BUCHAN & ELSPET CHRISTIE. Both said to have immigrated to America.
red mail Porter Wright Ross Families - (Marnoch - Banffshire)
I'm looking for any Porter or Wright family descendents with ties to Marnoch. I have traced my family back there to the late 1700's. A Ross family is also connected by 1776.
red mail Anderson/Addison Dundee Farm - (Marnoch - Banffshire)
I am looking for any thing to do with the Anderson/Addison family that lived at Dundee Farm Marnoch
red mail James Barron - (Marnoch - Banffshire)
Looking for any connections to James Barron b poss 1890 Foveran d 25 February 1826 Aberchirder, Marnoch m 25 February 1826 Monquhitter Sarah McKenzie b 2 November 1794 Auchterless d 8 June 1879 Aberchirder Marnoch
red mail Marypark Ballindalloch - (Marypark - Banffshire)
I would like to gather together as much history about marypark and surrounding area as i can, has anyone information upon the grocer shop, butcher shop and smithy at marypark 100yrs ago and before
red mail Marypark - Ballindalloch - (Marypark - Banffshire)
I would like to find out as much history as possible about the Blacksboat area, going as far back as there are any records. There would have been a ferry crossing the river Spey at Blacksboat 100 yrs ago and before, i would like as much information as possible on that. Photos etc. There would have been a ferryman, did he live in the house close to the river,(east side) now Blacksboat Farmhouse, was that an inn, what history is there of that house, when was it built? The farm of Phonas existed 100yrs ago in the Ballindalloch area, there may have been a family Grant farming at that time. Any information gratefully received,- Thank you.
red mail Anton - (Milltown of Rothiernay - Banffshire)
Anyone able to help with Antons around 1600's to late 1700's in Rothiemay? Would also like to know their origin
red mail Christina Stuart or Stewart - (Ordiquhill - Banffshire)
My great grandmother, Christina Stuart,was born 19/12/1857 at Skinfolds, Ordiquhill. Interested in any information on her parants William Stuart and Elizabeth Simpson who married in 1851.Also interested in her brothers and sisters,James, William, Elizabeth and Elsie (Elspeth).
Mary Ann Norrie, William Clark - (Ordiquhill - Banffshire)
My great grandparents were married on 7/9/00 at her home, Brooms Croft. William Clark was a stone mason from Aberchirder. Both aged 25. Any info. about family or croft/farm appreciated. Son John, my grandfather settled in Glasgow.
red mail George Clark B1862 - (Ordiquhill - Banffshire)
Supposed to have come from Old Meldrum, my g,gfather
red mail William Gray - (Ordiquhill - Banffshire)
I'm looking for information on William Gray 17th March 1706. And his Father George. And his Son James born 1 Sep 1742 and Daughter Margeret also born 1 Sep 1742. William was married twice to Jean Duffas & Jean Feich or Faich Born 12 Oct 1736. James has 3 Daughters Anne, Jean (Jane) & Margaret. And 5 Sons James, John & Lewis Alexander & William & William (B.1782). William 1782 was born in Cromdale Parish Inverness and is my direct Gray Family decendant.
red mail aylor smith lemon - (Ordiquhill - Banffshire)
Margaret Taylor married Robert Lemon 1825 ordiquhill - margaret is possibily the daughter of James Taylor and Elizabeth Smith any information would be appreciated
red mail Smith & Garden - (Portessie - Banffshire)
My 7xgreat-grandparents were John Smith b 1716 and Jean Garden b 1716 whose descendants were associated with Portessie.
red mail Mair 'Shavie' & Wood 'King' - (Portknockie - Banffshire)
My 5xgreat-grandparents were William Mair 'Shavie' b 1770 and Ann Wood 'King' b1765 both of Portknockie.
red mail Wood 'King' and Runcie - (Portknockie - Banffshire)
My 7xgreat-grandparents were William Wood 'King' b 1695 and Helen Runcie b 1699. Their descendants are associated with Portknockie.
red mail Wood & Hay - (Portknockie - Banffshire)
My 7xgreat-grandparents were George Wood and Margaret Hay. Their descendants were associated with Portknockie.
red mail Hay/Kelman - (Sandend - Banffshire)
Anyone out there researching these families. circa early 1800s. At Sandend.
red mail Watson - (Tomintoul - Banffshire)
Prior to 1890 my Watson family came from Tomintoul and Kirkmichael, I would like to hear from anybody with similar interest. Thank you for looking Mary
red mail Cameron - (Tomintoul - Banffshire)
My CAMERON family came from Kirkmichael/Tomintoul. any infomation would be appreciated, thank you.
red mail Stuart - (Tomintoul - Banffshire)
Looking for information on Donald Stuart d. 1826 from Tomintoul. We think his wife's name was Margaret. He had six sons: Alexander, John, James, Robert, Charles and William. Two daughters-names unknown. His son Robert b. 1796 married Helen Grant. They lived on a farm called Fodderletter. Robert and his family moved to Canada in 1845 and later moved to Clinton County, Iowa, USA. I am looking for information on Donald, his parents, siblings and wife. Any information appreciated.
red mail Grants and Gordons Tomintoul - (Tomintoul - Banffshire)
Some of my relatives came from Tomintoul. They lived on a farm at Foordmouth, now Fordmouth. I asked at the tourist onfo office re the Gordons and was told they had probably come over from Aberdeenshire with Gen John Gordon of Glenbucket. Jean Gordon, nee Cummin married to John Gordon, at least 2 sons John and Charles tog with Jean, on 1841 census. Daughter Jean, married John Grant and left for Craig, nr Montrose. John, born Inveravon, parents, John Grant and Isabel Burgis (Isabella Burgess) Would like to get in touch re any further info on both families.
red mail Gordons of Tomintoul - (Tomintoul - Banffshire)
I am researching the Gordon family in Banffshire, and have William Gordon born 17 January 1772, and perhaps marrying Margaret Stuart in Tomintoul in 1796.. They had at least one son, Alexander born 28 April 1805. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail whitehills, early 1900 - (Whitehills - Banffshire)
my great grandfather was lost from the whithills salmon cobble early 1909(s), details are sparse,the family at that time lived at knock street, any info would be appreciated

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