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red mail James Robert Brown
I'll searching for any info re James/Robert Brown born Haddington in 1870 who emigrated with his daughters to N.Rhodesia- his wife having died ??? in 1911/2. He had a brother Donald who emigrated to Australia. Any help would be greatly appreciated as with Brown as a name - I haven't found any info at all!!!
Does anyone recognise the name GEORGE PARKER RICHARDSON, born Haddington 1838? He was a gamekeeper, married JANET McKAY of Brora, Sutherland and eventually they settled in Meifod, Wales where they raised their children: Alice Elizabeth; William McKay; Henry Bruce (aka Andrew); Agnes Jesse; George Parker and Mary Helena. I think his parents were WILLIAM born c1797 and ELIZABETH Richardson born c1801 at COCKSBURNPATH. Any info gratefully received!
I have a huge connection to Haddington (Nungate etc) as most of my MUAT ancestors were shoemakers. I have a Procurator Fiscal/Spirit and Wine Merchant/Brewers/Justice of the Peace/Convenor - all connected to the surname MUAT. The surname is also spelt MOUAT/MUATT/MOWAT and they were a numerous race in Haddington. Other surnames connected to the MUAT name were DICKSON, ERT/THOMSON/SIMPSON, BRIGGS/LIVESTON as well as there being a connection to DUMFRIES. Would be lovely to hear from you.
red mail cochrane's of haddington
the cochrane family that i am researching originate in haddington...hardgate st, i think. the head of this family was james cochrane (occ: blacksmith) who married a jean young there in 1821. one of their sons william cochrane b about 1835 haddington eventually moved to central glasgow and married a margaret jeffrey there in 1862. margaret's parents as recorded in their marriage doc of 1862 were george jeffrey (occ: smith) and alison jeffrey ms lumsden. if any one has any information about this cochrane family (including photos etc) i would truly appreciate if you would contact me through this website. thanking you in anticipation, george
red mail Brown, Thomas and William Quarry Pits Blacksmith Haddington
Any information on a Black Smith family called Brown that had smithys at Athelsaneford, Sunnyside farm East Linton, Hailes Castle and Quarry Pits Haddington. All males called Thomas or William back to 1798. Wives names were Barbara Aitken,Rebecca Stewart, Agnes Whitson, Elizabeth Simpson (Stirling solicitor's daughter. any assistance appreciated
red mail Watt Combe Haddington
Seeking descendants of James Watt, son of Richard Watt & Elizabeth McKenzie and his wife Agnes Combe, daughter of John Combe & Mary Hunter. James was born November 28, 1831 in Athelstaneford, Agnes was born in Gladsmuir October 10, 1831. They m. Haddington April 3, 1852
Thomas,Alexander, Walter, moved to Argentine +-1860 and were at Estancia Buen Retiro in Uruguay with Bell family also from Dunbar,sons od Thomas Denholm or Denham and Mary Fender they married to Margaret and Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Alexander Smith and Elizabeth Dickson, in Haddington, Thomas Died in Uruguay, Walter and Margaret in Haddington (went back) and Alexander and Elizabeth in San Julian (Argentine).- would apreciate any aditional family information that may be avaialble
red mail Bathgate
James Bathgate born 1750 in Haddington to Andrew Bathgate and Janet Burn. Looking for any Bathgates in Haddington
red mail James Keiller and Alison Hope
Looking for information on the parents of James Keiller and his wife Alison Hope. James was a soldier I believe and they had a daughter Alison Keiller born 1st Nov 1822 in Haddington.
red mail Scott, John
I'm trying to find any information about a John Scott who emigrated to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada from Haddington in 1850. He died in Charlottetown in 1898

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