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Looking for information on William PHILLIP born c. 1782 who married Sarah CHRISTISON born 1787. Believe descendants lived in New Deer as well as Kirkton of Bourtie. Their son, another William, born 1810 in Bourtie - would like any information available or photos.
URQUHART , Kirkton of Bourtie
Robert Urquhart was born at Kirkton of Bourtie , 11th January , 1874 , at Mosside of Longfolds ... He was the last-born child of James Urquhart ( 1840 - 1885 ) and Mary Ann Jackson ( 1836 ? - 1876 )... James Urquhart and Mary Ann Jackson were married at High Street , Inverurie , Aberdeenshire ,Scotland , 28th April 1860... From the information above , we can see that Robert Urquhart was aged 2 years when his Mither died,at Mosside,Longfolds,Bourtie, March Twentieth , 1876 ... And we can see that he was aged 11 years when his Faither died ,at Moss-side Cottage , Bourtie , October fifteenth , 1885... In the 1891 census for the civil Parish of Fyvie , Robert Urquhart is recorded as being a 17 year old Farm Servant ( one of six ) , living at Saphock... The 1881 census shows shows Robert Urquhart as a 7 year old 'scholar' , living with his parents and siblings , at Mossside Cottage , Bourtie .Aberdeenshire... Besides losing his parents , Robert Urquhart lost a brother , James ,( born 28th January 1867 died April 19th , 1876 ), aged 9 years. .. This death occurred one month after the death of their Mither... James Urquhart and Mary Ann Jackson (ms. Urquhart ), above ,were known to have lived at :- Bourtie ( 1860 - 1861 ? )... Turriff ( 1861 ? - 1866 ? )... Inverurie ( 1867 ?- 1874 ? )... I would be interested to know where they are buried and what the gravestone wording has to say ?...

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