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URQUHART and COOPER
John URQUHART (1904 - 1984 ) and his wife Barbara Christie COOPER (1911-1989 ), are buried in Nairn Cemetery .... Between c1920-c1940 , John Urquhart was a Cattleman at Gordon Castle Farm , Gordon Castle , Fochabers , Bellie ,Banffshire , Scotland. .. It is thought that his wife-to-be also worked there , possibly as a Dairy Maid.
red mail Morrison
I am trying to trace my family history for my paternal grandfathers mother Agnes Morrison who was born in Nairn to Alexander Morrison and Jane Morrison (nee Clark). Agnes married Alexander John McIntyre in Chewton Victoria Australia with both their fathers listed as being miners. If anyone has any information about the Scotland based family of both the Morrisons or McIntyres I would be keen to hear from them.
red mail Johnston(e) Ann & Jane
Ann Johnston b 1859 Auldearn, Nairn and her sister Jane b abt 1869 Nairn. These 2 sisters had bros Alexander b 1850, David b 1851,Thomas b 1862 and William b 1873. Father was David Johnston and Mother Jean Kinloch. This family lived also in Auchtermuchty and Inverness before settling in Perth 1880's. Jane could have M. a ? Gordon and had 2 children Jane Ann and Maggie. Are these ladies on your family tree? love to make a connection from here in West Aust. thanks.
Annie Macqueen Maclean
I am looking for information about Annie Macqueen Maclean who was born in Nairn c1860. She was one of eleven children. Their father was Alistair Maclean, a builder/carpenter.
red mail Angus McInnes married to Jessie Proctor
I'm looking for any info on ancestors/descendents of the above, who married in Birnie, Morayshire in December 1893 (sometimes recorded as 1894). I believe they then moved to Nairn.
red mail James Ross
James Ross born 15 Mar 1806 Forres, County of Nairn, No. Scotland. Mother was Sophia. Jamrs emigrated to Canada. Any information appreciated.
red mail FERGUSON/McINTOSH
JANET FERGUSON-born Ardclash Nairn 2nd. April 1817 . Daughter of John and Janet (nee Mckenzie). Believed to have married James McIntosh some time before 1845. She had four children. William(1845), Donald/Daniel(1849)Jessie(1857) and Mary(1860) Janet found on 1861census at 12 Shuttle lane Inverness,but no James. Was James the father of all children? Help needed to find James McIntosh for family history.
red mail Looking for family of Alexander (Sandy) Mcleod
Can any one help me find out info on my Great Grand Father Alexander Mcleod. At one time he was a gameskeeper at Cawdor Castle later on he lived at Altonburn cottage. His wife Kitty left for Canada approx 1920. he stayed behind Alexander was a father to Robert and Christine Mary and Maggie(twins)Katie and John.Also the family name Junor was Great Grand Mothers maiden name..Any Info On either family would greatly help me to understand my reason for being Thank you
LOOKING FOR JANET DAVIDSON
If any knows anything aboutJanet Davidson who lived in Church ST. Nairn in 1900. She worked in Perthshire in the late 1800's then moved back to Nairn.She may have moved to Inverness to live soon after this I will be very grateful if you can supply any information on my Grandmother. THANK YOU.William
red mail William Ramsay, New Zealand farmer
Looking for information on William Ramsay, born abt 1846 at Ardclach near Nairn. His father was Alexander Ramsay (b abt 1826 at Boleskine) and his mother was Ann Ramsay (nee MacDonald b abt 1825 at Kilmorak). The Ramsay family were farmers or crofters and they lived in the Nairn area until at least 1861. By 1871 the family had moved to Tain, but William had disappeared from the census records. It seems that he emigrated to New Zealand and was a successful farmer by 1895. Does anyone have any further information about William Ramsay - especially the details of his emigration? Many thanks in advance, Jim
red mail Mathieson, Clark, Burns, Everett, McCaluum
Looking for relatives of my father. My father, Albert Alexander Mathieson was born on 11/12/33 in Nairn. His mother was Barbara Merchant Mathieson, b 1911, father Herbert Clark, b 1912. Annabel Clark was a witness at their wedding (she was from Nth Berbeston?? Glasgow). Barbara's parents were Donald and Majorie Mathieson (from Dundee - Donald was a shepherd). Dad was adopted by Charles and Agnes Everett when he was small - they changed his name to William Alexander Everett. Barbara and Herbert gave birth to a daughter, Barbara Isabella Burns Clark (or Mathieson)on 27/12/40 and later a son called Walter in 1946 (although Walter's father is named as Walter McCallum). Dad's family also has some links to Saltcoats and Inverness. We now live in New Zealand and would dearly love to know if any of Dad's family are still living. They may not know about him. Linda
McGLASHON and McINTOSH
Looking for information on and descendents of David McGLASHON and Ann McINTOSH who married at Nairn on 4th August 1768. Their known children were: John (1771), William (1772), David (1777), Ann (1779), Janet (1781), Alexander (1782), Donald (1786) and Hugh (1789). William migrated south, sometime around 1800, in the company of Hugh McINTOSH (who may or may not have been related to the above Ann McINTOSH), to work on the construction of the East India and London Docks. He later married Ann MEAKIN at Leek in Staffordshire in 1802 while apparently working on the extention to the Leek canal. Does anyone recognise a connection?
red mail Reverend James GRANT
The Reverend James GRANT was born at "Tullochgorum", Boat of Garten, Invernesshire, Scotland. He married in Nairn, Scotland, 11 November 1785. He died in Nairn 1833. His son, James GRANT, was born in Nairn 1786. He married Caroline Rose NEVE in Tenterden, Kent, England 12 September 1818.


 
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