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red mail Halls of Newhills, Kildrummy
My gggrandfather,Robert HALL married Helen DUNCAN. He was born in Newhills,Kildrummy in 1792 and farmed the 60acres passed on by his father Alexander HALL b.around1762 I am trying to ascertain if Robert's mother and Alexander's wife was Margaret ANDERSON,as she is listed as his mother on his death cert. but I can find no trace of her, either on his birth in Family Search or anywhere else. I would love to find Alexander's ancestors as I know they lived and farmed in the same area but have not been able to trace them. Anybody know? The Duncan family were also known in AUCHINDOIR and were related to the LUMSDENs by marriage. Anybody know of them around the 1700's?
red mail Barrie/Grassick
James Barrie (son of John Barrie & Ann Walker) b. 1834 Lumsden/Kildrummy married Elizabeth Grassick in 1860. They had children Elizabeth (m.William Anderson); James (went to Australia - m.Rose Back); twins Andrew & Harry (died infancy); Ann Walker (m.William Walker); John (died infancy); Helen Isabella (m.John Phillip); Margaret; William (went to U.S.- m.Jessie Frances Wetherhold) and Robert (m.Margaret Shaw) I would like to hear from any descendants of this family. My 2xgreatgrandfather was John Barrie b.1836 and brother of James. He emigrated to Australia in 1864
red mail Barrie/Grassick/Walker
Looking for information on family of James Barrie and Elizabeth Grassick of Kildrummy Inn and Leochel-Cushnie in 1800s. James was son of Ann(Walker)and John Barrie. I believe one of his sons, William migrated to the U.S. in 1890s. My great, great, grandfather John Barrie, who emigrated to Ausralia in 1864, was brother of James.


 
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