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Arngask & Errol: McCathie (McAthy)
William McAthy married Elizabeth Low in Arngask (Perthshire) in 1787. Members of the McCathie family lived at Arngask and Errol until early 20th Century. Information about this family, or contact with descendants, will be welcome.
McKillop, Sharp
My 4g grandfather Colin McKillop and his wife Margaret Sharp had 4 children that I know of: Janet, b. Kinfauns 1778; Christian, b. Kilspindie 1781; Elizabeth, b. Errol 1788; and John (my 3 g grandfather), b. Errol 1790, d. Kinnoull 1862. Colin McKillop, who died in Errol in 1801, was probably another son (since Colin senior was still alive in 1804). Margaret died in Errol in 1839 and was buried in Kilspindie. Would love to hear from anyone researching McKillops or Sharps in and around Errol.
red mail Penny
I am researching the name James Penny in Errol from around 1760 -1800 and appreciate any information.He was married to a Margaret McWharrie or McWattie
red mail Adam
William Adam b 28 Sep 1800 Errol Perthshire Scotland was1st Errol Post-Master d.8 Aug 1860 Married on 6 Jul 1827 to Elizabeth Fernie b 25 May 1802, Strathmiglo, Fife became 1st Post-Mistress. They had five sons and three daughters. The oldest son was William Adam b 13 May 1828 Errol d 1897 Dundalk Ireland, married Mary Spiers in Glasgow 17 Nov 1854. Had three daughters Isabella Galoway Adam b 24 May 1855, Elizabeth Fernie Adam b 7 October 1857 and Mary Adam b 18 October 1859. Mary Adam married Robert Huggins 11 Mar 1886 Errol, Perthshire.
red mail robertson-hume
looking for family of ann robertson 1754 she married william hume 1754
red mail gibson - hume
looking for family of mary gibson 1674 she married james hume 1674 errol
red mail anderson -hume
i have Margaret Anderson 1780 she was married to James Hume 1780 from Errol i am looking for the family of margaret anderson
red mail Bell, Taylor
John Bell, bc 1710 married Katherine Taylor, bc 1708 in Errol on 15/1/1732. I'm looking for any info on their sons, Patrick Bell, b 10/1/1742 and James Bell, b 8/3/1747, both in Errol. Any help would be very much appreciated.
red mail ANDERSON
Seeking information and descendants of DAVID and MARY ANDERSON. They had five children:- David born 1806, Mary 1808, Christian 1809, James 1811, Alexander 1818. David married MARY MYLES in Kilspindie in 1805.
red mail PROUDFOOT
Seeking information about the family and decendants of James Proudfoot and Mary Anderson. Mary had previously been married to William Stewart. Their children were James, Andrew, Isabella, Rollo, David and Andrew.
red mail Christie/Sharp/Watson
James Christie b 15/12/1793, Errol, to Alexander Christie and Jean Sharp, m 4/3/1793. Would like details of Alexander/s lineage. Also, James married Elizabeth Watson in Errol, on 4/8/1817. Appreciate any info on Elizabeth.
red mail Bell - Easson
I'm trying to trace descendants of John Bell and Ann Easson, wed ca 1768. Son Charles baptised 2/12/1770, Parish of Errol. Any info greatly appreciated.
red mail coupar - prain
any info on Thomas Prain would be welcome. Only info I have is he married Euphemia Coupar in Errol in 1848 then moved to Longforgan. He is buried in Inchture so may have been born there
red mail Carse of Gowrie
Any info most welcome on families from the Errol/Carse of Gowrie area:-Fyfe(Fyffe,Fife),Anthon(Anton),or details of pagent in the 1800's called - 'Bonny Lass of Gowrie'
red mail Re Library & Reading Room
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Errol Perths NB : 1891 Population : 741 village - Village has a public hall, library and reading room.


 
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