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red mail Alexander Davidson
Alexander Davidson born 15 February 1843 in Sorbie to William Davies/Davidson and Jane Hawkins, he married Jane Byers, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth in 1863. Son Samuel was born in 1865. What happened to the Family after his birth in Sorbie. Any leads would be most welcomed Margaret
red mail William Davidson
After the death of his wife, Agnes Hughan in 1865, info on the whereabouts of their two daughters, Jane born in 1863 and Elizabeth born in 1865 would be most appreciated, please. Margaret
red mail William Davies or Davidson
Looking for info on the Family of William Davies or Davidson who married Jane Hawkins in 1824 Their children all born in Sorbie - Janet born 1824, John born 1826, Peter born 1827, Helen/Ellen born c 1829 (married John Straiton) Mary born born 1830, Grace born 1831, Jean born 1833, William born 1835 married Agnes Hughan, Margaret born 1837, Charles born 1839, Elizabeth born 1841, and Alexander born 1843. Any help would be most welcome, thank you Margaret
red mail ROBERT NICHOL (NICOLL-NICKLE) BORN 1826
Looking for any information on Robert Nichol or his family around the Sorbie area.
red mail information
any information on Agnes McClelland B 1842 Sorbie,D 1897 Glasserton, married Samuel Stewart B 1843 Ireland, D 1884 Appelby, Glasserton
red mail William McDowall born 1908
William McDowall born 1908 in Balsier, Sorbie. Looking for any information on William or his family.
red mail Family of James McNaught
James McNaught was born in Sorbie, in either 1812 or 1815. he married Jane Yates. Does anyone know who James Mcnaughts parents were, and where they came from?
red mail HUGH BYRON 1807 -1884 born in Sorbie, Scotland
Hugh was my grandmother Agnes CorriganÂ’s (nee Byron) grandfather. He traveled down from Sorbie, Wigtownshire to Burton, Wirral, Cheshire between 1851 and 1856. At his time he had two boys John (b.1846) and Stewart (b.1851 in Sorbie). They had a girl Mary who died in 1856 aged 6. She is buried in Burton Church yard with the rest of the family. I presume that the reason they moved from Sorbie to Cheshire was the Irish Potato famine. This meant that there was loads of Irish immigration via Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway. The Dumfries Herald of 1852 reported that many local poor had been rendered jobless due to the flood of Irish immigrants who would work for pittances. Hugh, who was a farm labourer, obviously decided to try England for a job and probably came down via the granite boats that ran from Kippford 20 miles away from Sorbie to Liverpool/Wirral. The granite was used in the building of Liverpool Docks. Stewart stayed in Burton until he died in 1925 aged 74. He lived in a four roomed house with his large family. In one census one of Stewart's sons is living in his grandfather's house with Hugh and Agnes, presumably due to lack of space. John moved to Sevenoaks (Cheshire) where he was a gardener at Comberbach House. Most of his family also worked there as servants and a groom. He later moved to Northwich. I have photos of Hugh, his mother, Agnes his wife, Stewart and his family, John and his girls and other family snaps. I have copies of the census entries from 1851 to 1901 for the family. Please contact if you want details or if you have any local information.
red mail hannah's
Does anyone have any details of any Hannah's who lived in Ravenstone. Great Grandfather was a carpenter.
red mail McAdam and McLean
Looking for details of Richard McAdam born 1817, son of John and Jane Maxwell.Also Elix-zabeth McLean born 1820 son of John and Agnes Wallace.
red mail BYRON
LOOKING FOR HUGH BYRON c1807 WHO MARRIED AGNES GIBSON 5TH FEB 1849 IN SORBIE. ANY POSSIBLE LEADS WILL BE A GREAT HELP


 
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