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red mail Thomson family from Aberlady
I am looking for any information on the LEONARD THOMSON and KATHERINE FOTHERINGHAM. The Thomson family came from Aberlady - indeed my 2xGreat Grandmother Jane Thomson who married Robert Muat in Haddington - was born in Aberlady. I have a vast amount of Thomson information (largely prepared by another researcher), but I do have Census info. I'm trying to get hold of MI's in Aberlady to see if I can pin any other ancestors down in the village. Please get in touch if you have ANY connection to the surname THOMSON and ABERLADY.
red mail GARDINER/WHITEHEAD
Looking for birth and/or death details of Andrew Whitehead and Margaret Gardiner who were married on 15/2/1789 in Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail murray aberlady
Grandmother Elizabeth Murray born 1887 in Aberlady,Great great grandmother born 1836 in Aberlady,great grandfather William Murray born 1865 married to Margaret Anderson(first wife)second wife Christina Taylor.Looking for any information or decendants.
red mail Mary Ann Knox and John Bain
Mary Ann and John were married 28/5/1858. I have May's parents as James Knox and Ann Foggo. John's parents as Andrew Bain and Alison Purves. Areas they lived..Gladsmuir;Tranent. I would like to track the knox side more.
red mail Looking for Father's family
My Father was Thomas Pilling Waggott born in Aberlady. Grandfather William Waggott maker of Golf Clubs under Royal Warrant in Aberlady. I am trying to trace details of both my Father his ancestors.
red mail Burns
My interest is Peter Burns who married Elizabeth Traill and their son John who married Ann Fraser. Their son, William, married Elizabeth Stenhouse.
red mail Cornelius Smith (1887-1956)
Obituary for Mr Cornelius Smith 1956 (Postmaster, Baker & Grocer at Aberlady) Extract from Haddingtonshire Courier The death took place at Roodlands Hospital, Haddington on Thursday 2nd of February after a brief illness, of Mr Cornelius Smith, J.P., the Post Office, Aberlady, who took an active interest in the life of the community for over half a century. A native of Aberlady Mr Smith held the position of Postmaster for a considerable number of years, being well known and greatly respected.For many years he served on North Berwick District Council and for 40 years was Session clerk of Aberlady Parish Church. Mr Smith is survived by his wife Minnie, his son Tom and two daughters Vera and Connie. The funeral to Aberlady Churchyard tookplace from the Church on Monday afternoon, and was attended by a large gathering of mourners. The service was conducted by the Rev Thomas Caldwell, who also officiated at the graveside. PULPIT TRIBUTE At the close of the forenoon service in Aberlady Parish Church, on Sunday, Dr Caldwell made the following reference to the death of Mr Smith: - ÒMembers of the congregation will have heard with deep sorrow of the death of Mr Cornelius Smith on Thursday last. A native of this village, Mr Smit...
Thomas Scot
Thomas Scott married Katherine Lauson in Aberlady 1784, the only offsping I know of are Son William christened 18 9 1785 John Christened 4 9 1803, John moved to Stranraer Any information or contact with persons reseaching these people would be apprecated


 
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