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Seeking information about James robertson Gamekeeper of Spittal of Glenmuick, is near Balmoral Forest, does anyone have information about James please? He married Margaret Smith, it seems they lived in the area all their lives as they both died around Spittal of Glenmuick early 1900's
Margaret Ann Roberston born 18/3/1896 at Polhollick, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland married Edward Albert HART died around 14th Polhollick 1952 he was a gardener. Margaret had at least 6 siblings, 3 sisters and 3 brothers, Mary Robertson (Smith) Bessie Robertson (Skene) Jeanie Robertson (Donald) Ian Robertson, Herbert Roberston, Jim Roberston, both Herbert and Jim immigrated to Canada. After the death of her husband Edward in 1952 she then immigrated to Australia with her son Ernest Gordon HART to Melbourne Australia, she left from Southampton UK. She returned to the UK in 1961 and then travelled again to Australia with her Son Edward Albert HART and her 2 grandchildren Robert Edward HART and Sheena Angela HART she also had another 2 sons Alistar remained in Scotland and Harry (Henry) Herbert HART also immigrated to Australia at another time. I am seeking any family information about Margaret's parents and family.
red mail Isabella Jamieson nee Fraser
Researching my Fraser Family, looking for my Great Aunt Isabella Fraser b1893,d1975, married Douglas Jamieson in Dufftown abt 1931, then lived in Ballater where Douglas was said to be a Farmer. Both Buried locally but unable to find the graves at either Tullich Kirkyard, or Glenmuick Kirkyard, Bridge of Muick. A known son born was Henry Charles Fraser McLeod Jamieson, b1932 Ballater. Any bells ringing for them, please contact with anything on them, Thanks, James.
red mail Ballater 1890
I would be interested to find out where my father (John Gordon Shaw) was born (in 1890) the address was Church Square,Ballater (No.4 ). I think maybe where the car-park is now. Anyone any ideas ?

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