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Family of Samuel Smith
Hi looking for details of Samuel Smith his brothers & sisters.is parents were James Smith and Hanah Mcmillan.Thanx
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Reid, Forbes
James Reid, son of William Reid and Mary Hamilton, born Sorn 1842. James became a coachman, employed at Sorn Castle, where he met (and later married) Jane Forbes, a domestic servant. They are my great-grandparents.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Smith and Hutchison families
Jane Smith married James Hutchison on 27th January 1826 in Dundonald village. Jane was born to Hugh Smith and Helen (McMurtrie) on 7th April 1796 probably in Monkton village. James was born on 23rd January 1785. My information on the Hutchison family is limited. Father of James was Thomas born 1765 in Dundonald and mother was Jean Stevenson probably born about 1765. They married in Dundonald on 30th August 1771.
red mail Smith and Strachan and McMurtrie families
Seeking information and contact with descendents of Matthew Smith of Brownlie Farm, Dundonald, Ayrshire. Matthew Smith - 31/01/1731-1790. Married Jean Strachan on 5th June 1759 at Brownlie. Jean died in 1769. Hugh Smith - born or Matthew and Jean baptised by Mr Walker 9th January 1765 Hugh Smith married Helen McMurtrie 28th November 1788 in Monkton. All information appreciated.
red mail Murray
Seeking further information and contact with Murrray family of Kirkmaiden village. Ancestor James Murray was born in Kirkmaiden about 1800 son of James Murray but mother unknown. This family may have come over from Ireland. James was working in weaving I believe. James married Janet Muir in Dundonald on 5th August 1825. He died in Troon on 19th April 1874.
red mail Muir and McGregor of Sorn
Searching for information on Janet Muir's family daughter of William Muir and Helen McGregor. Janet was born in Sorn c1800 married James Murray of Kirkmaiden (Wigtownshire) and moved to Troon. She died in Troon on 5th May 1874. Anyone with information on Janet or her siblings?
red mail Simpson
I am researching the Sorn branch of the Simpson family tree, especially William Simpson b. 1754 and his parents Hwgh Simpson and Janet Campbell. Would like to hear from anyone who has these names in their ancestry. Regards Petra
red mail McCrone family from Ayrshire, Sorn Parish
I am researching McCrone family from Sorn. They were mostly farmers and agricultural workers. Know they inhabited the following farms Blairmulloch, Dykeneuk, Hillhead and Crofthead, Hillair plus Beechgrove cottage all in the Sorn parish. They also were inhabiting High Glenmuir and Greenfield farm? in Auchinleck parish. Some of the McCrone spouses maiden names were Bell, Young, Forsyth, McClurg, Baird, Nesbit. Some of the names who married a McCrone female are Jamieson, McClure, Eccles. Anyone who can help with any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail William Anderson/ Margaret Smith of SORN
Researching William ANDERSON born c1718 and Margaret SMITH married c1743 SORN. They had 6 children, their daughter JEAN ANDERSON married David BOYD in Sorn Jan 1768. Jean and David moved to Monkton and 6 children born there.
red mail Jean Man / James Taylor
Family records have Jean Mann (b. 20-2-1780 Elgin) married James Taylor on 11-12-1818 at Sorn Ayrshire. James was an ironmonger. Had a daughter Elizabeth (b. 17-3-1819 in Catrine). I am researching the Man/Mann line and am hoping to find out more on the descendents of Jean

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