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red mail Donaldson William B1800 Burntisland
Looking for parents and connections of William Donaldson B1800 Burntisland. William married Barbra Howie B1791 Strathmiglo. They had four sons that I have found. George B1828, Peter B1832, James B1830 & Moncrief B1826 all born in Strathmiglo. Looking for parents of William and Barbra.
red mail Georgina Christie McIlroy nee Collins
I am looking for information about Georgina Christie McIlroy and her husband John McIlroy. Georgina was born in Scotland in November 1825 and married John McIlroy on September 5 1853 in Burntisland Scotland. John McIlroy is listed as a market gardner in the 1861 directory of businesses. Her husband John McIlroy was born in Ireland in 1816 and Georgina was his second wife. They emmigrated to New Zealand in 1862.
red mail Gardiner
Interested to hear from anyone connected to this family.They lived there from c1898 until the 1950s.There were 6 children some of whom immigrated during last century to Canada and the USA.Their father was called Thomas Gardiner and mother Jane Dow Anderson.
red mail MacKenzie, McKenzie
Would like to contact any MacKenzie's who have an interest in Burntisland in the 1800's
red mail Pattison, John
A biography of John Pattison in the c. 1896 issue of the Cyclopedia of New Zealand lists a John Pattison who was born c. 1831 in Burntisland. Parents were William Pattison and probably Margaret Peattie, both born c. 1812 in Elie, Fife. John arrived in NZ c. 1859 via the Australian goldfields. Any information about his origins would be greatly appreciated.
red mail JACK
Henry JACK, son of George JACK and Mary SMITH. He was born in Leith in 1864. Between 1866 and 1869 the family moved to Dublin city. George JACK was the son of Henry JACK (born 1798, Burntisland, Fife son of Robert JACK) and Elizabeth CHRISTIE (born 1798, illegimate daugher of Elizabeth GLASS). George was born 1833 in Burntisland, Fife.
Looking for information on JOHN (JACK) TURNER, born Burntisland approx 1909, transferred from British Navy to Australian Navy in his early 20s, and married JEAN SNEDDEN DICK. His mother and brother (Tom?) also emigrated to Australia. He and his wife lived in Toowoomba and later Wellington Point, Queensland, Australia. Killed in Darwin during Cyclone Tracy Christmas 1974.
red mail Re Mechanics And A Scientific Institution
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Burntisland Fife NB : 1891 Population : 6,174 parish - Has Mechanics library and reading room,and a Scientific Institution.

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