Village, Town or County  
 
 
Home
Help
Browse Entries



Peterculter Aberdeenshire
 
Store this place
Link to this place
 
Old Map of Peterculter
Street Map of Peterculter
 
Places within
1-5 of 5

Entries around
red mail Family Names: Hardie, Reith, Esson
Looking for any family members from my Great Grandparents John Esson, Willimena Hardie Reith (Esson) and her brother Alexander Hardie Reith. My Grandfather Alexander Hardie Reith Esson. He and his dad were paperfinishers in a papermill in Peterculther. My Grandfather was born in Peterculter in Jun 17, 1900. Immigrated to the USA in 1920. Looking for any family that might still be known. Carolyn
red mail Fowler - Robert Rannie
Above was son of Samuel Fowler and Gracie Turner Proudfoot. Born Peterculter around 1905. No trace found - can anyone help please
red mail Blacks of Peterculter
My great great grandfather James Black married his 3rd wife in 1887 (he was 61, she was 24 !!!) and moved to Peterculter working at the paper mill. They then had 6 children. I've drawn a blank with their descendents and any other Blacks in the area so would appreciate any info. Thanks.
red mail Where is West Peterculter ?
William Milne b.04 Oct 1831, Nigg Kincardine, died 09 Jan 1915, Farmer, Muggiemoss. Married to Janet Herd (Hird) b. 19 July 1838, Echt Aberden. Married Parish of Echt 13 Jan 1860. Janet died 11 Sept 1911. Information from Scotland Gov. Records, buried West Peterculter. ANYONE KNOW WHERE THIS IS?
red mail Peterculter
Looking for information on Blacks who lived in Peterculter between 1750 and 1850. In the mid-1800s, the Blacks moved to or near Newhills, residing at Overhills, Stoneywood, Mill of Craibstone, and Clinterty.


 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.





Previous page