Traditionally, the area between Kinbuck Bridge near Dunblane and the foot of Gleneagles through which the Allan River flows was thought to be one large expanse of water varying from 1 to 3 miles in breadth.
If you are looking to find information on anyone, in Ayrshire or abroad, you can post a message with as much information about them as you can, hopefully, someone will then be able to give information on the person you are enquiring about.
An interesting website with a list of ships with their passenger lists that carried emigrants to the US, Canada and Australia between and is www. Records of ships and their passengers before the s can be hard to find.
Old Parish Records date from to Births Deaths and Marriages information for North Ayrshire from - present day, website: Births Deaths and Marriages information for East Ayrshire from - present day, website: East Ayrshire is from Kilmarnock to Cumnock in the east.
North Ayrshire is from Irvine to Largs in the north. South Ayrshire is from Troon and Ayr to Ballantrae in the south. To post a message on this page, email: He married Mary Jane Pier and had 7 children.
John then married Caroline Elizabeth Elford. John died 9 March in Victoria Australia. They both emigrated to the U. I am his descendant.
Anything that you feel might help would be appreciated. About a decade ago I found a listing for a John Richmond who was baptized about then in Scotland and it listed a Mathew as his father, but I am not sure that this is correct. I find an Alexander Richard married to Euphemia Boyd in the late to early s.
They had multiple children in the area under the name Richard. Sometime between and the surname name changed from Richard to Ritchie sometime between and I am interested in why the name would have changed as will as connecting with family.
Any information would be appreciated. I can be reached at: Any information would be very much appreciated I look forward to hearing from anyone who may be able to help me. Her parents are listed as Henry and Mary Hunter.
Thank you so much, Eugene C.
David Shaw, Minister of the Gospel in Coylton. Mary - born February 17, Baptized February 19, William - born December 31, Baptized January 3, Peter - Baptized February 1, James - born February 7, Baptized February 10, The father, George, may have been a Troweler in Ayr, but it was also said that John left Scotland to avoid an arranged marriage, which may mean that his family had money.
Departure date was May After he died his family offered to bring his family from Canada back to Scotland to make sure that his 3 sons were educated. His widow declined and remained in New Brunswick, Canada. I would be very grateful for any information you can provide.
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