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red mail Gordons of Tomintoul
I am researching the Gordon family in Banffshire, and have William Gordon born 17 January 1772, and perhaps marrying Margaret Stuart in Tomintoul in 1796.. They had at least one son, Alexander born 28 April 1805. Any information would be appreciated.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Watson
Prior to 1890 my Watson family came from Tomintoul and Kirkmichael, I would like to hear from anybody with similar interest. Thank you for looking Mary
red mail Cameron
My CAMERON family came from Kirkmichael/Tomintoul. any infomation would be appreciated, thank you.
red mail Grants and Gordons Tomintoul
Some of my relatives came from Tomintoul. They lived on a farm at Foordmouth, now Fordmouth. I asked at the tourist onfo office re the Gordons and was told they had probably come over from Aberdeenshire with Gen John Gordon of Glenbucket. Jean Gordon, nee Cummin married to John Gordon, at least 2 sons John and Charles tog with Jean, on 1841 census. Daughter Jean, married John Grant and left for Craig, nr Montrose. John, born Inveravon, parents, John Grant and Isabel Burgis (Isabella Burgess) Would like to get in touch re any further info on both families.
red mail Stuart
Looking for information on Donald Stuart d. 1826 from Tomintoul. We think his wife's name was Margaret. He had six sons: Alexander, John, James, Robert, Charles and William. Two daughters-names unknown. His son Robert b. 1796 married Helen Grant. They lived on a farm called Fodderletter. Robert and his family moved to Canada in 1845 and later moved to Clinton County, Iowa, USA. I am looking for information on Donald, his parents, siblings and wife. Any information appreciated.

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