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Moor , Morre , Moore , Muir, Halliday
James Moore ( born in Ireland ), married Agnes Halliday ( Born Gretna , Dumfries ) , at Dornock , 29th June 1855....The surname on Scotland censuses is recorded ( or transcribed ) variously as :- ... Morre ( 1881 ) , Moor ( 1861 ) , Muir ( 1871 )... The couple's offspring MAY have included : Agnes , James , John , George , Mary , Margaret... The family lived at School Croft , Kirkpatrick Fleming , Dumfries-shire , Scotland.... George Moore ( 1866 - 1938 ) immigrated to New South Wales , Australia.... Later he and his Australian-born wife , Catherine Brown , moved to Western Australia where their house-name address , in 1910 , was 'Moss Knowe'....This house name may have come from around Kirkpatrick Fleming , where the name is 'Mossknowe'....I seek more history on The Moore and Halliday surnames , in this family........................Incidentally , there is a Dornock in Western Australia .
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Irving Ferguson Born1812
Hello can anyone help me find details about my Great great grandfather Irving Ferguson born Dornock 1812. His fathers name was James(it is a Connection to him I am desperate to find, so as to link them to the correct Ferguson family.) his mother was Janet nee Burgess both born around 1788. Irving married Ann Scott also born Dornock 1812.There are lots of connections to various known families in the Dumfrisshire and Border areas.He became a mineral superintendant on the Caledonian Railway they had two children their son Adam married Janet Cron Rae from Annan who in turn had 5 children 4 of which emigrated to Canada.
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