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red mail Littlejohn/Fraser Family North Rayne
Looking for any information on Robert LITTLEJOHN from the Rayne/Culsalmond area, born around 1770. Robert married Catherine FRASER and lived at Moss-side, Rayne in the 1841 census. I think he might have died around 1845. Known children were Christian, born about 1821, Isobel born about 1820,and Mary born about 1822. This might have been a second marriage for Robert, but this unconfirmed.
Smith/Sandham Alford
I am looking for a Robert Henry Smith who married Mary Sandham of Burton in Westmorland in 1885. I have found them in the 1891 Census but having difficulty after that . I would be interested if anyone had information. All it says on the census is that he came from Scotland. Alf.
red mail James Watt Kirkton
Looking for family of James Watt born 1776 or 1777 married to Margaret Coutts in 1820. Wood sawyer for profession-died in 1862 in the Poor House in Kirkton. Is this building still around? I think it consisted of 3 dwellings. They had 4 daughters and at least 1 son.
red mail Samuel Copland c.1730s Keig
Any connections would be appreciated to Samuel Copland who is listed as father of four children, Agnass b. 1757, Margaret b. 1759, William 1760, Christian b. 1762 all christened at Keig, Aberdeenshire. Mothers name not listed.
red mail Rev Alexander Murray & Eliza Hardie Kirkton of Culsalmond
My 2 x great grandfather's sister Elize Isabella Hardie (b 20.5.1835 in Ordiquhill, Banff had an affair with the Rev Alexander Murray who was Church of Scotland minister in Culslmond in the late 1850s - early 1860s. His birthplace is shown on the 1861 census as Aberdeen. At that time the Rev Alexander was aged 31 and already a widower. I haven't been able to trace any details of his deceased wife. In 1861 he was living at Auchinleader? in the parish of Forgue. Eliza Hardie was living with him as a servant. They had an illegitimate child, Alexander George Murray, born 17.1.1862 in Aberdeen. On the birth certificate he is shown as a teacher. They married two weeks after the birth and the baby was subsequently legitimised. All three emigrated to Canada probably before the end of 1862. In Canada Alexander resumed teaching but not apparently the ministry. Was he defrocked or excommunicated? They prospered and Alexander George became a barrister and had numerous descendants. However it is likely that the scandal precipitated the seminal event in my family history; the migration of nearly all of Eliza's brothers and sisters to East Lothian and Edinburgh. Therefore I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has knowledge of this affair or is related to Alexander and Eliza.
red mail LAW family in Aberdeenshire Kirkton of Oyne
I have traced my LAW family back to 1787 in Kincardineshire and various parishes in Aberdeenshire including Oyne, Inverurie, Insch, Keig, Peterculter, Newhills, Bourtie, etc. I would be happy to communicate with anybody researching LAWs from this area.
red mail MELDRUM Insch
I have a Thomas Meldrum m.Marion Neilson or Nelson abt 1805 only known son William b. 1808 and left Aberdeenshire for Newfoundland. Any assistance would be appreciated Bernie
red mail searching for Duncans Insch
I am searching for George Duncan father of William Duncan born in Aberdeenshire, in November 1815 baptised 26th Nopvember, 1815 in Insch, Aberdeen, Scotland, died 09th August, 1874. Also searchng for George Duncan's ancestors.
red mail Tough Insch
My maternal Grandfather was James Tough, born 17 Sep 1872 in Insch, Aberdeenshire, to Margaret Coutts and James Tough. He was illegitimate. I have traced the Coutts conncection, but having no success whatever with James Tough snr. Hewas a crofter, so assume in Insch area. Any help gratefully received.
red mail Robert McQueen Insch
I am looking for information about Robert McQueen born at Insch about 1803, married Janet Milroy on June 3, 1823 in Port Patrick. Their son, Andrew McDowell Queen, born in Port Patrick on Oct.28, 1831, married Mercy Stuart in Ontario, Canada, died June 13, 1899 in Essex, Essex County, Ontario, Canada. Andrew was my 3rd great-grandfather.

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