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red mail Martin family
My G.Grandmother stated in the census that she was born in Canonbie, I am unable to find any information relating to her. Her name was Mary Martin born about 1860/1861, she was married to Josiah Clement ( or Mac Clement). I have not been able to find a marriage certificate and rumour has it they were not married but she took the Clement name. Would love to hear from anyone that might be able to solve the puzzle.
red mail Aikin, Aitkin, Aitken, Atkin......seeking more info
I just made a connection from my ancestor John Aikin (married Mary Skelton in Cum, ENG) back to what appears to be his parents Richard Aikin & Jane(t) Little in Canonbie, Dumfries, SCT. Richard & Jane(t) married 24 Jun 1773 in Canonbie and had the following children there: ____ Aitkin chr. 5 Mar 1774; Canonbie; John Aitkin b. 2 Jan 1776, chr. 7 Jan 1776 Canonbie; (OUR JOHN) David Atkin b. 2 Feb 1781, chr. 4 Feb 1781 Canonbie; Frances Aitken b. 16 Feb 1783, chr. 23 Feb 1783 Canonbie; William Aitken b. 17 Jan 1786, chr. 29 Jan 1786 Canonbie; Janet Aitken b. 24 May 1790, chr. 13 Jun 1790 Canonbie; James Aikin chr. 25 Dec 1805 Dalston, CUM, ENG. that puts us back another generation YIPPEE! looking for any connections to this line, also any tips on how to research further, thank you :)
red mail McIntosh, Forrester families
Has anyone any information on these two families. My ancestoral grandparents Francis McIntosh and Hannah Forrester married in 1730 in Canonbie, and had quite a large family - 9 or 10 children I think.
red mail Michael Armstrong
Does anyone have any information on a Michael Armstrong circa 1718 at Hairlandhole. Can't find his parents, hit a total brick wall with him. Any information would be fantastic
*George GRAHAM married Margaret BEATTIE (b. about 1835 in Canonbie). **James Jardine MURRAY (b. abt 1842, Moffat Parish, Dumfries. Father=James MURRAY, mother=Agnes ARMSTRONG) married Isabella HENDERSON (b. abt 1842, England. Father=William HENDERSON; Mother=Isabella WARD)on 4 Dec 1863, in Lanark. *George & Margaret's son Walter GRAHAM (b.18 Apr 1870, Canonbie) married **James & Isabella's daughter Agnes MURRAY (b. 5 Apr 1869) on 6 Apr 1888 in Middlebie. Walter GRAHAM died in Glasgow, 1906 - his widow Agnes MURRAY remarried & died in Brisbane, Australia, in 1936. Any information/family links would be gratefully received. Sue (of Canberra)
red mail John Scott
I am looking for any information concerning John Scott who was born in Canonbie around 1826. He was my paternal great great grandfather.He married Mary Dalrymple 17th December 1847 in Annan, Dumfriesshire. Any information concerning his parents, census information, and date of death would be much appreciated.His daughter Janet Rae Scott married Benjamin Hunter Skilling on 23 June 1876. Janet and Benjamin are buried in the cemetery in Annan.
red mail Margaret Balmer
lived in canonbie 1881-1888.father Robert Balmer ,any information as to what became of Margaret.
red mail paterson
any information concerninggeorge paterson farmer mouldy hills 1871who emigrated in1880's to america.
red mail Armstrong's of the Canonbie area
I have got back to a Michael(Michail) Armstrong born circa 1718 at Hairlandhole Dumfriesshire, who married Mary Scott born around 1716 in Canonbie . They married around 1735.Her Father was a Walter Scott born 1682 Canonbie, Dumfriesshire. Who were Michael's parents?
red mail Information
Can anyone help ,I am looking for any information on a Janet Clark who was born in Cannonbie in 1755 and was the wife of Walter Lorraine,they were married at Hawick and had five children she may be a relation of my family the Clarks who moved to Wallsend on Tyne in the 1850s/60s from the Middlebie/ Eaglesfield area. Many thanks for any information available. RichardClark

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