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red mail James Douglas & Jonet/Jennat Olipher
So far I have found three children for James Douglas (Douglass) c Sep 1669 Jedburgh and his (second) wife Jonet/Jennat Olipher (Oliver) 1687 - George Douglas 1720, Margaret Douglas 1722 and James Douglas 1727 - all Jedburgh. Does anyone have anything on the descendants of Margaret and James please? Also James and Jonet/Jennat married in 1710 in Jedburgh so there are bound to be other children? James was a Gardener, a Burgess and a Member of the Jedburgh Town Council in the early to mid 1700's.
red mail James Douglas - 1764 Jedburgh
James Douglas 1764 Jedburgh was a Carrier. He was the son of George Douglas and Agnes 'Annie' Oliver. James had three children with his wife Jean/Jane Oliver - George, Adam and Ninian/Ninion. This George had eight children with his wife Jenet/Janet Caverhill - the daughter of Thomas Caverhill and Isabel Renwick. One of the children of George and Jenet/Janet Douglas was a George Douglas born c1823 in Jedburgh. There was a George Douglas born in about 1823 at Gilliestongue Farm near Langlee, Jedburgh and I am wondering if this is the George who I am looking for? In 1861 and 1871 this George was a Forester living at Bonjedward (This ties in as the family is connected to Bonjedward). In 1881 and 1891 he was a Colporteur living at Castlegate, Jedburgh. One of his grandchildren was Agnes Douglas Rennilson born c1879 Jedburgh. Thanks
Andrew Oliver 1780
Looking for any information on Andrew Oliver and his wife Margaret who had 7 children in Jedburgh from 1780 to 1793 .
red mail John Ainslie
Born 1742 who married Margaret Selkirk, is there anyone out there, who might know more about Ainslie family.
red mail Davidsons in Jedburgh
Thomas Davidson moved from Jedburgh to Edinburgh about 1600. Need any help on identifying him and his family. Believe he had a brother John that also went.
red mail William Douglas
My GGGrandfather William Douglas, was born in Jedburgh 1819. He was a blacksmith and worked as a journeyman, North Shields for three year before marrying Mary Dixon in 1842. They emmigrated to New Zealand in 1843. On their wedding certificate, William's father was also recorded as William Douglas. His wife Mary Dixon's father was Thomas. Would appreciate any further info anyone may have.
red mail Ainslie Family
Thomas Phillip Ainslie was born in Jedburgh 16 AUGUST 1766. He was an Officer in the 60th of Foot in Jamaica where his daughter Grace Phillippa was born c 1802. Does anyone know any more about him, his wife and his children ?
George Frame Veitch
George Frame Veitch (dec) was my father he married Kathleen Hetty Curran, they had 4 children Shirley, Maureen, Patrick, and Barry. His brother was William Veitch
red mail YOUNG
Seven( or is it five?) brothers YOUNG moving southwards through the Borders (Ayrshire/Roxburghshire) to seek their fortunes. Alas! Taken up for sheep stealing (it wasn't us, Guv.honest!) in the vicinity of Jedburgh/Hawick. Swift Jeddart justice follows - and all hanged but two. who most thankfully enter Northumberland. One supposedly settles near Felton and the other (our's) on the bank of the Tyne. Could it be true? When? If you are interested in the name YOUNG and you know a version of this story then you may be one of us. Don't delay, get in contact and let's see if we can put some flesh on the bones of this old tale.
red mail Wright,Ball
Seeking any information re: Gabriel Wright of Clan MacGregor, b.8 Sep 1743 Jedburgh, d. 20 May 1803 in Ohio, U.S.; parents were James Wright, b.1713, and Isobel Kenmore b. 1717. Both parents born in Jedburgh. Also seeking good maps of the shire. Thank You.
john ainlsie
I am looking for descendants of John Ainslie and Margaret Selkirk.They were living in the Jedburgh area in the mid/late 1700's They had at least three sons. their sons were William John and James.
Do you have information about my great great grandparents?
Thomas THIN, b. 1825-1828 Jedburgh, Roxburgh, married Mary Ann BELL, b. c. 1823-1827 Scotland. Married abt 22 Dec. 1850 Jedburgh, after banns were read Dec. 15 $ 22. Religion: Evangelical Union (Morisonian). Marriage record in Church of Scotland records. Haven't checked OPR yet. Mary Ann Bell's parents may be David Bell & Mary Robertson. If so her Christening probably in Maxton, 19 October 1823. She would have been their second little Mary Ann, the first apparently died sometime after her Christening two years earlier. Thomas and Mary Ann emigrated to Canada c. 1855. Two children died at sea. So far no link found with the THIN family of New Zealand. Strongly suspect related to the THIN family who formerly owned Thin's Bookstorein Edinburgh. Happy to exchange information with proven relatives.
red mail Jedburgh 1793
From Old Statistical Account for Scotland Jedburgh Report by Rev Dr Thomas Somerville Minister of Jedburgh. p 12 State of the Poor - The number of poor upon the country roll of the parish amounts to 55, and of those onthe town roll 37. They are maintained by assessments. For supporting the country poor a tax is laid upon the different proprietors of land, in proportion to the valued rents. Meetings for making provision for the poorare held quarterly when the roll of the poor is read by the clerk. The heritors then assess themselves, the proprietor paying one half of the assessment and the tenant the other. Though the tenants are not mentioned in the summons, yet such of them as chuse to attend, are made welcome, and their advice and information listened to by the meeting. Such persons as are reduced to the necessity of applying to the heritors for charity, from anyaccidental transient cause, such as disease or misfortune, receive what is called an interim supply; i.e. a certain sum for that quarter only. The aged and infirm, and such as are likely to continue under the same necessity o...


 
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