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Banffshire, County of Banff, Siorrachd Bhanbh, BAN, (County, Scotland)
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County town: Banff Other major towns: Buckie Origins of Name: Pig (place), Scottish Gaelic Population 1801: 37,216 Population 1961: 46,454 Acreage:404,054 Urban Land 1961: 1.0 %
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red mail Mckimmie
Am seeking information for the parents of Mary Ann mckimmie .born 1873 in portsoy Banff Parents James McKinnon Janet bremner.Don't have any details where they were born or came from
red mail George Watson - Police Officer
I am looking for a George Watson who was a police officer in the 1800's. He married Anne Martin. His son George was a baker and born about 1863, in Banffshire, before migrating to Australia before 1887.
red mail Grimmer - Banff / Macduff?
The death certificate of my grandfather Frederick Grimmer states he was born in Banffshire 6/6/1913. His siblings were John Walter (later known as Jack, who I know was born in Macduff 22/1/1920) and twins Florrie and Arthur. His father was Sidney Richard Grimmer who moved to Norfolk with his wife (I have no details for her), where he worked at Clippesby Hall as a horticultural labourer. Both Fred and John also moved to Norfolk, and Florrie moved to Edinburgh with her husband Laurence Reynolds. However, I have no Scottish history on the family and would dearly love to find out more. One element of confusion is that Fred's surname at birth may have been Learmont or something vaguely similar, which explains why I haven't managed to track Fred's birth cert down. I would be grateful for any information, no matter how small! Thank you!
red mail Alexander Alexander born 1822
This lad joined the Coldstream Guards in Aberdeen in 1844, married a Catherine Evans in London, and was discharged honourably in 1866 after surviving the Crimea and Canada. I'd like to find his parents and ancestry. He was employed as a gardener on join-up. Is there an Out House Durrclee in the area? There is an AA in 1841 at that address, but aged 13..... Thank you, Ivy
Robert Hay wright
A Robert Hay m. Margaret Grant on 13 Dec 1804 Inveravon, Banff; I think they had several children including John, Janet, Jane and Ann, all born in Forres. Was this the Robert Hay, wright, whose daughter Janet married James MacDonald in Perth in 1832? Any info appreciated.
red mail John Gammie
I am interested in finding any of his ancestors. He married Agnes Webster about 1788. They lived in Marnoch and had 7 children.
Anyone with information on the BADENOCH family, who lived at Gamrie, Banff, Scotland on Mont Blettem Farm in the 1800's, please contact me. I researching my great grandfather David BADENOCH who resided there on the farm with his family until he moved to Australia. His brother James (who I think went to Canada) went to assist with the rescue of the people off the stricken vessel TITANIC. David's father was also named David. Margie
Jane nee Whittle b c1800 married James Grant Christie, emigrated to Australia with his brother Charles Christie 1834, children Mary Jane, Charles, Robina, Franics, Archina, Charlotte, Maria Agnes.

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