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red mail Donald m: Fraser Monymusk
John Donald, born 1857 Monymusk (on marriage certificate) to William Donald and Annie Fraser. They could have connections with Chapel of Garioch. Immigrated to Australia 1877 and married a fellow immigrant from same ship in same year, 1877. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Overton farm, Fetternear, Aberdeenshire Monymusk
Am looking for information regarding this particular farm and the families of Laing and Reid who lived there from 1700 to 1900 James Laing, may have been a tenant, leaving farm to his son Robert, who in turn left it to his son in law James Reid who left it to his son Alexander . While i have some family information , I am curious to see if I can find more , James married Ann Scot(t), Robert married Mary Hill, their daughter Mary Laing married James Reid - most are buried at St Ninan's, most records were found at Chapel of Garioch Monymusk BUT surely there is more to be found and hopefully some one just might be able to turn me in the right direction
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 John Donald Cluny
I am looking for any information about John Donald who was born in Cluny and bapt. 24th July 1810. His parents William Donald and Barbara Fraser married on 9th January 1803 and lived on Castle Fraser estate. I have been unable so far to identify him at any point after his baptism. His siblings were Francis 21st Aug 1803, William 4th Nov 1805 Christian 4th Sept 1807 and Katherine 4th Nov 1814.
red mail Christian Donald Cluny
I am looking for any information about Christian Donald who was born in Cluny and bapt. 4th Sept 1807. Her parents William Donald and Barbara Fraser married on 9th January 1803 and lived on Castle Fraser estate. I have been unable so far to identify her at any point after her baptism. Her siblings were Francis 21st Aug 1803, William 4th Nov 1805 John 24th July 1810 and Katherine 4th Nov 1814.
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 Copland Monymusk
Looking for Samuel Copland presumed born Monymusk, Aberdeen, 1781/1785 and parents listed as James and Christian? Any connections would be appreciated
red mail Seeking info on James Paterson and Catherine Wright of Midmar Midmar
I am seeking any information about families of James Paterson and Catherine Wright from Midmar who were married in Echt in 1854. He was the son of John Paterson and Barbara Shewan of Midmar. Would love any information about parents of John Paterson or contact with any living relatives.
red mail Hay Cluny
Alexander Hay b around 1770 married Mary Clarke. They had 6 children, most of whom were born at Castle Fraser where Alexander was a Coachman. I can't yet find their marriage or any details for Mary. Alexander died in 1839 in Aberdeen
red mail westland Midmar
james married bessie smith in 1720 trying to find his birth and place of birth, son george and daughters elizabeth and margaret all born in midmar

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