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red mail John Mackie & Margaret Ann McKenzie
My gg-father John Mackie (b. 1799 in New Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland) married Margaret Ann McKenzie (1800-1863) in 1828 in Scotland. They had four sons and a daughter: George, John, Margaret Ann, James, and Robert. I am interested in any information on this family. We are planning a trip to Scotland in 2017 and would like to visit places where they lived and meet some of our kinfolks!
red mail Watt family
My grandfather Francis (Frank Allan) Watt born at Weetingshill 30 June 1881. Father William Watt. Mother Margaret Rattray (nee Henderson). His four brothers were William (died 1951 London) Henry (died 1911 Aberdeen). Henry's sons were William (died 1946) and Henry (died 1963 in USA - did he work for a bank in Philadelphia?). Richard Watt (died 1902 in New Deer) and Frederick Watt (died in Chicago 1926). Neither of the last two brothers had family. My grandfather emigrated to British Columbia in 1906 returning in 1915 with the Canadian Expeditionary Force and was killed in France in 1917. I would love to know if there are any relatives out there belonging to this Watt family. Their mother died in New Deer in 1937.
red mail Morison, Youngson
Peter Morison 1803-1875 and Margaret Youngson abt.1817 -1897 had Peter 1831,James 1833, John 1835, Ann 1837, George 1839, William 1841, Robert 1843, Alexander 1846, Andrew 1848, Kethren 1850, John 1852, Mary 1854, all born New Deer/. The first two were possibly from a previous marriage. Alexander was my great grandfather, he married Jessie Mitchell in 1866. Anyone else researching this family? Anne
red mail George Gillespie (b.1846 Monquhitter)
George Gillespie, b. 1846, had a business in New Deer by the name of Gillespie & Sons. He operated steam-powered tractors and farm equipment, as well as road building equipment from the 1880s to 1920s. Some of his sons worked for him. At least three of his sons, Peter, Jonathan and William, went to the US in the early 1900s. Does anyone know anything about the George Gillespie business in New Deer or of his sons who went to America?
red mail Henderson, John born 1782 - m. Margt. Mitchell
I am looking for information on John Henderson, born 1782 in Aberdeenshire, married Margaret Mitchell, born 1789 (I think in New Deer or Old Deer). They were married on 10 Oct 1807 at the Kirk of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen.
red mail Simpson, James
Born 18/07/1879 Knaven Father:William Simpson Mother:Margaret Simpson(was Wallace) I am trying to find dates for his immigration to New Zealand. I believe he was accompanied by his brother Daniel. Also any information of William & Margaret who were married 8/12/1866
red mail Henderson family
Searching for information and relations of William Lyon Henderson born 1863 New Deer. Parents William and Ann. He served with the 19 and 20th Hussars in North Africa. Lived in Glasgow aprox 1895 to 1907.
red mail Warrender,Fowler
Looking for further information on the backgrounds of William Fowler and Catherine Warrender.
red mail Murison family
My great grandfather Hugh Murison was born in New Deer. Son of Alexander and Bathia{nee. Wallace} I believe Hughs wife to be Mary Ann Allan married in Methlick 31st october 1868. Would be grateful for any extra information.Hugh moved to Newcastle upon Tyne where my grandmother Bathia was born.She married a William Welch but have no info on his ancestors.
red mail Ironside/Littlejohn family
Researching the family of James Littlejohn 1785-1860 & Ann Ironside 1792-1850 of Auchmaleddie,New Deer and their descendants. Children - Mary Bn 1816, Margaret Bn 1818, James Bn 1819, Bathia Bn 1821, John Bn 1823, Alexander Bn 1826, Marjory (May) Bn 1828, Isabella Bn 1830, George Bn 1832, Annie Bn 1835 & Wilson Bn 1836.

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