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red mail JANET KING from Beith 1848 migrated to Australia and New Zealand
Janet King lists parents as Alexander and Janet King. Birth probably between 1825-1830. Married James McIntosh from Glasgow 31st January 1847. Officiated in Beith, by Reverend Dr Colville. Migrated to Australia in 1848 and arrived in Melbourne 15 January 1849. Continue to New Zealand then returned to Bendigo ,Australia. She died in1875 in Melbourne Victoria. Any kin? Does any-one have knowledge of her Family. Alexander King died in 1876 in Beith.
Posted: 2019
red mail My G G Grfather Thomas Cowan & My GG Aunt Sarah Weir died at Beith
Names researching Cowan, McCutcheon, Crosbie, McIlwrick, McFarland, Weir These are my queries, if anyone has some spare time and can help with any useful information I would be extremely grateful. My details are as follows:- My Great Great Grandfather was Thomas Cowan (father John) who married Margaret McCutcheon (father John) on 11 Nov 1847 at Newtownards County Down, Ireland. It would appear that Thomas was born approx 1827 Drumlee, Drumgooland, County Down Ireland, and Thomas Cowan died in Beith in 26 Mar 1808 and Margaret was born approx 1829 at Drumawhy, Newtownard, County Down, Ireland and died 21 Feb 1882 at New Stables Culzean, Kirkoswald. On Thomas's Death Certificate it states his parents were William Cowan and Agnes (nee Tingle)whereas his Marriage Certificate says his father was John (no mother shown). They appear to have immigrated to Scotland approx 1851. Their first son, my Great Grandfather Robert Cowan was born approximately 1848/49 in possiblely Newtownards, County Down, Ireland and married firstly to Jane McKie on 2 Dec 1870 Dailly and had the following children Thomas born 10 June 1871 Maybole, Elizabeth born 1 Oct 1872 Dailly, and Alexander 26 Oct 1874 Delmellington. Jane died 1 March 1875 at Delmellington. R...
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Cowan
Orphan entries for Beith and Maybole, for Thomas/Margaret Cowan, appear to be for my Great Grandparents. Please get in touch for further details
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Henry Allison
Looking for information on the family of John & Jean ALLISON, who are noted as being residents of Head St, Beith in the 1851 census. I am a descendant of their son Henry who departed for Van Dieman's Land (now Tasmania) from Southampton in April 1853 with his wife Margaret and 2 children aboard the barque Coramandel and arrived in Hobart Town in July 1853. Will be grateful for any information on this Allison Family.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Willam and Margaret Mitchell nee Craig
emigrated from Scotland in 1853 on the Coromandel ship to Tasmania, Australia and interested in contacting any relatives.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail OLIPHANT
Trying to locate any descendants of Mary Brodie and James Oliphant, in Ayrshire at the turn of the last century.
red mail allan
Looking for Thomas Aallan married Rachel Darroch daughter Mary Allan married a John Campbell
red mail Trying to find out origin of family in Scotland.
First Orrs in Ulster were two brothers who swam the river Ur to escape persecution,then went to Ireland.If anyone knows about this story or anything about the origin of the Orr family in Scotland,please help. Thankyou.
red mail Mitchell
Looking for any information about the family of Ebenezer Mitchell and Agnes McColl. He was a tailor in Beith in the early 1900's. The family lived in Grahamfield Place.
red mail William Gordon
Seaching for any family links to William Gordon born in Beith 1913

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