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red mail Clarke
I am looking for the parents of George Clarke who was born in Fordoun abt 1776. He married Jean Douglas, had a son Robert Douglas (born 1804 in Inveresk), had a dau Isabel (b 1807 in Inveresk), was a mason, joined the 5th Company, 4th Battalion, Royal Corps of Sappers and Miners on 20 March 1809 and was shipped off with family to Nova Scotia. Thank you.
red mail hand weaver,/grocer merchant
James MIDDLETON, MARRIED ELIZA, CRAW ,SEP, 02 1826 AT FORDOUN ,NO RECORDS BEFORE THIS, NINE SIBLINGS, JAMES 1829 ELIZABETH 1834. MARY 1839 RICHARD 1847 MARGRET 1842 ANN, 1832 ISOBEL, 1836. JOHN PAUL.1850. CHARLES,1828 GRT, GRAND FATHER RICHARD MARRIED AGNES GRIEG 29TH JULY 1870 GREENOCK CHURCH OF SCOTLAND SIBLINGS. AGNES GREIG MIDDLETON ..MARRIED WILLIAM TEMPLTON DIED 1912, ROBENSON DAUGHTER, RICHARD SON WILLIAM SON CHARLES SON JOHN PAUL SON NELLIE DAUGHTER ELIZABETH DAUGHTER, ALL PETERHEAD , THEN PLANTATION GLASGOW, WILLIAM MARRIED , MARYANNE RAMSAY , 1918. SIBLINGS WILLIAM SON RICHARD SON.
Milne, Ogilvie
Would like to know anything about the family of George Milne and Janet Ogilvie, married in Fordoun in 1807. Children William, Mary, David, James, George. Would especially be interested to find out anything on George and Janet's parents/siblings.
red mail Annandale
Seeking all information about people named Annandale living in or around Fordoun at any time.
McCraw, McRae Family
Anyone descendents or information on John McCraw & Mary Petrie m 1797 in Fordoun.
red mail HUDGHTON
LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON A MARRIAGE BETWEEN A HODGETON AND A WYLLIE IN THE FORDOUN AREA.
red mail CAIRD William bap 1784 Fordoun KCD, Scotland
William was a monumental mason - First wife Betty WATSON, one son David - second wife Elspet FROST bap 1796 Peterculter, Aberdeen, Scotland. From the Parish of Fordoun by Charles A. Mollyson MDCCCXC111 William Caird lived at 7 Market Street, Auchenblae. Quote, William Caird, propietor of No 7 was a man of dry Caustic Humour-somewhat waggishly inclined. His aphorisitic sayings, though now forgotten, were appreciated by an older generation. He was by trade a stone mason, but might more properly be described as a monument maker. He was dexterous in the use of the chisel and mallet. Half a century ago, in the graveyard of Fodroun, there were, more tombstones bearing the imprimatur of William Caird tha that of any other artificer. His style was bold and original. His well-rounded, textual looking letters, with their flourished, dashes and devices, the schoolboy instinctively sougth to initiate. Here while the 'City of the dead is preserved', William's handiwork, seen in manifold forms, to the memory of others, will secure a lasting place fro his own. He had decided genius. The house was long the residence of Dr Henderson, until he acquired the property No 5 on the opposite side.
red mail Harper in Auchenblae, Fordoun, KCD
Robert Harper b. 1848 Birse, ABD marr Helen Duncan b. 1860 in 1885 in Arbuthnott. Trying to find any of their descendants - their children were Mary Alice bc. 1883, Lily Anne Hellen bc. 1886, William bc. 1886 (d. WW1), Edith J. bc. 1891, Margaret bc.1893, Robert Duncan bc. 1894 (d. WW1), Eveline D. bc. 1896, Susanna E. bc. 1897, Hugh bc. 1889, Clara D. bc. 1901. Family moved to Laurencekirk, and then to Fordoun, KCD - living in Auchenblae c. 1919.
red mail Harris/guthrie
William HARRIS old spelling HERRIES, son of Robert HERRIES and Christian BARCLAY, married 30 May 1747, Fordoun, Janet GUTHRIE, daughter of David GUTHRIE and Margaret, SCOTT.
red mail Sherrets In Fordoun
Searching for Sherrets and variations in and around Fordoun 1860-1864.


 
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