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Thorburn Blackie or Blaikie
I am researching the above names and would like to hear from anyone with similar interests. I have a James Blackie or Blaikie died 1855 at Stoneridge Mains Eccles but buried in Ayton churchyard.
red mail Robert Caldwall Johnston
My GGG Grandfather Robert Caldwell Johnston was born 28th November 1851 at Ayton, Berwick and baptised by Rev. John Turnbull of Eyemouth. His parents were Alexander Johnston (mason) and Martha Smailes. He also had a sister, Elizabeth, born 31st August 1854, also at Ayton. I know that Alexander died young, and that Martha re-married to Mr. James Stewart. I would really like to trace Alexander Johnston family as far back in time as possible, but have hit a brick wall at the moment. Does anyone have info on this family, or can point me in the right direction?
red mail Heatley
There are very few Heatlys my great great grand father William Heatley came out on the Horizon in 1857 and was born in roxburgh Scotland 1815 he died in1880 his wife was Jemimah lamb born 1813 she died in 1903 in vic his name was Heatley. my great grand father Williams son was Charles Heatly born in 1842 in Scotland he died in 1896 in vic so i have heatley and heatly names to find so i am wondering are there Heatleys still in Scotland.
red mail Scott Landells
Looking for details of parents of John Scott c1740 who (according to LDS) married Janet Landells c1739 in Ayton 1761. Full family tree available
red mail Craigs
I am trying to find more about our family tree nd on my husband's side in particular i would like to find out more information on David Craig(B3/9/1837)he was a farmer and so where some of his family, the farm names include, Newstead, Ayton Mains, Rosebrough and East Ditchburn Farm. I would appreciate any information. Many thanks Kim
red mail Swinton
Looking for information on Robert Swinton, the son of George Swinton and Mary Patterson. Robert Swinton was born 1888, his father 1845. I am not sure if they are born in Ayton but Robert's parents were at least married there in 1869
William Turner and Elizabeth Pringle
William Turner 1764-1801 and Elizabeth Pringle 1762-1835, were married 1786 in Buncle & Preston. Their children were born in 2 parishes, Buncle & Preston and Coldingham. William, Robert, John, James and Alexander. The 4th son James Turner b1795, married Helen Craig in 1821. James died in Grantshouses Coldingham in 1868. I have more info.
Ayton Bunkle Duns Coldingham
I have a William Turner b 1764 Ayton. He married Elizabeth Pringle b 1762 Preston Bunkle. They had William, Robert, John, James and Alexander.The boys were born in 2 parishes Preston and Buncle or Coldingham.I have some more information. Pam
red mail William Turner
I am looking for information on William Turner born 1764 married to Elizabeth Pringle. One son, James married Janet Darling born 1803. Descendents are now in NZ.
Scott
Euphemia Scott b c 1783 Guns Green, Ayton - married Thomas Robertson in 1804. Information about the Scott family sought.
WILLIAM WARDEN TOD
BORN; JUNE 16 1856, AYTON, BERWICK,SCOTLAND MARR: 26 JUNE 1888, HOLY TRINITY COVENTRY, WARWICK ENGLAND, TO: LUCY CLARA STILWELL. SON OF: FATHER: WILLIAM GEORGE FORRESTER TOD BORN : BATHGATE,WEST LOTHIAN SCOTLAND NOV 08 1828 MOTHER: MARY EMMA WARDEN BORN: 28 MAY 1829, VICAR LANE INDENDENT, COVENTRY, ENGLAND SEEK MORE INFO ON THIS FAMILY. TOD, WARDEN ,MEIKLE, PICKARD, FAMILIES
red mail Ayton In 1793
From the Old Statistical Account for Scotland 9 Ayton By Rev Mr George Home. p 83 Poor : The number of poor belonging to the parish is variable. The heritors and tenants are assessed to the extent of 330 to Ï40p.a. for their support. To this fund is added one half of the contributions at the church, which, at an average is about 1s-2d weekly. The expence incurred for the maintenance of the parochial poor has increased near two-thirds during the incumbency of the present minister. The people in general, however, cannot bear the idea of being put on the poor's roll even when they are in distress. Tradesmen and labourers in the village are addicted to the pernicious habit of using tea. Of late also, from the low price of whisky, the execrable custom of dram-drinking is gaining ground, even among the women of the lower class.


 
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