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From: Wayne Hannay <>
Subject: [AYR] WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 23RD OF JUNE, 1853
Date: Mon, 01 Jan 2007 11:34:38 -0800
BMD'S FROM WFP 23RD OF JUNE, 1853
> MORRISON, Male - B19/6/1853 - Here at Neptune Street, on the 19th instant,
> the wife of Mr John Morrison, of a son.
> HAHHAH, Female - B19/6/1853 - At Clayhole, on the 19th instant, the wife
> of Mr John Hannah, seaman, of a daughter.
> BIGGAM, Male - B20/6/1853 - At Glenstockadale, Leswalt, on the 20th
> instant, the wife of Mr Thomas Biggam, of a son.
> STEWART, Male - B12/6/1853 - At 49, Eaton Square, London, on the 12th
> instant, the Countess of Galloway, of a son.
> BUCHANAN, Male - B16/6/1853 - At Hillhampton, Worcestershire, on the 16th
> instant, the lady of Niel Griffiths Buchanan, Esq., of Knock???noch,
> Ayrshire, of a son.
> HAMILTON, Male - In the WFP B23/6/1853 - At Penzance, Cornwall, the wife
> of Mr Robert Hamilton, draper, of a son.
> SEMPLE, Charles - M15/6/1853 - On the 15th instant, at the United
> Presbyterian Chapel, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, by the Rev. John Semple,
> Captain Charles Semple, of the ship Lady Westmorland, to Mary, eldest
> daughter of Henry Fernie, Esq.,
> HOGANS, William - M21/6/1853 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 21st
> current, by the (Rev) Mr Stewart of Sheuchan, Mr William Hogans, to
> Elizabeth McDowall.
> CARTER, Alexander - M14/6/1853 - At Kirkandrews, parish of Borgue, on the
> 14th instant, by the Rev. Samuel Smith, Borgue, Mr Alexander Carter,
> farmer, Slack and Littleton, to Miss Jane Davidson.
> COCKCROFT, Lonsdale M. - M14/6/1853 - At Nunfield, on the 14th instant, by
> the Rev. Andrew Bennet of Closeburn, Londsdale M. Cockcroft, Esq., of
> Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to Martha Jane, fourth daughter of Robert Paterson,
> Esq., of Nunfield.
> WALKER, John - M9/6/1853 - At Gribton, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Wm.
> Dunbar of Westerkirk, John Walker, Esq., W.S., to Margaret, eldest
> daughter of Francis Maxwell, Esq., of Gribton.
> BOYLE, William - M14/6/1853 - On the 14th instant, at Sandhurst, Berks,
> Capt. William Boyle, 85th Regiment, fourth son of the late Right Hon.
> David Boyle of Shewalton, to Louisa Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev.
> Henry Parson, Incumbent of Sandhurst.
> MAXWELL, Susan - D17/6/1853 - Miss Susan Maxwell, youngest sister of the
> late Sir William Maxwell of Monreith, Bart., died at Edinburgh on the 17th
> instant. Relations and friends will please accept this imtimation.
> DOUGLAS, Anthony - D31/5/1853 - At Cambden, South Carolina, on the 31st
> May, after a few days illness, Anthony Douglas, of the firm of A. & G. S.
> Douglas, merchants there, eldest surviving son of the late Mr Andrew
> Douglas, Sea Bank. A Few days before his death Mr Douglas had made up his
> mind to leave for his native country, from which he had been absent for
> upwards of 30 years. Friends will please accept of this intimation.
> GRAHAM, Miles - D17/6/1853 - At Wigtown, on the 17t instant, Miles, infant
> son of Mr John Graham, merchant.
> GORDON, Miss - D9/6/1853 - At Blackcraig, Borgue, on the 9th instant, Miss
> ROSS, Georgina - D3/6/1853 - At Boreland, Balmaghie, on the 3d instant,
> Georgina, daughter of Mr Ross, factor there.
[WFP: Wigtownshire Free Press Newspaper published since 1843]
"WIGTOWNSHIRE, a maritime County of S/W Scotland:
Previously posted WFP Announcements can be found on
THE WIGTOWNSHIRE PAGES at:
The Wigtownshire Pages gladly hosts the transcriptions of the Wigtownshire
Free Press notices; the results of the tireless efforts of Diana Henry and
[Hopefully these transcribed records may help some early family researchers
however I personally can offer no further information]
[Permission to forward without notice is granted]
b = born
m = married
d = died
inst = instant - this month
ult (ulto) = ultimo - last month
prox = proximo - next month
penult = penultima - 2nd last month
otp = of this parish
here = in the WFP it means Stranraer
c/chr/chris. = christened
curt = current (this month)
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