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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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July 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 84, 05/07/1856

Births:

Currie, Male on 21/06/1856 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: A.

Kechie, Female on 28/06/1856 at West U. P. Manse, Earlstone. Father: Mr Kechie

Stevenston, Female on 21/06/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: Boyd

Crawford, Female on 25/06/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Kean, Male on 28/06/1856 at Panbrae, Saltcoats. Father: William

Black, Female on 28/06/1856 at Willockstown near Troon. Father: Andrew

Boyd, Female on 20/06/1856 at Bankhead, parish of Kilmarnock. Father: David, farm-servant

Watt, Male on 21/06/1856 at Dinnyflat, Dunlop. Father: Thomas


Marriages:
McDonnell, Thomas on 03/07/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Dr. Wallace

Wallace, Agnes on 03/07/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Captain Thomas McDonnell

Armour, John on 20/06/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Miss Agnes Smith

Smith, Agnes on 20/06/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Mr John Armour, carpet-weaver

Morton, George on 27/06/1856 at Leahead Dunlop by the Rev. Mr. Gebbie, to Miss Janet Ferguson

Ferguson, Janet on 27/06/1856 at Leahead Dunlop by the Rev. Mr. Gebbie, to Mr George Morton, Hacks, Kilwinning

McKneight, Robert on 27/06/1856 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Mary, second daughter of Mr Robert Thomson, Mill St.

Thomson, Mary on 27/06/1856 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Mr Robert McKneight, miner, Sorn

Gebbie, Hugh on 28/06/1856 at 136 Stirling's Rd. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr John Allison, engineer, Glasgow

Allison, Agnes on 28/06/1856 at 136 Stirling's Rd. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Mr Hugh Gebbie, wool merchant, Kilmarnock

McKenzie, R C on 01/07/1856 at Greenock by the Rev. Dr McCulloch, to Marion Hannah, daughter of the late John McKelvie, Esq., ship-owner and feuer, Greenock

McKelvie, Marion Hannah on 01/07/1856 at Greenock by the Rev. Dr McCulloch, to Mr R C McKenzie, "Advertiser Office"


Deaths:
Notman, Janet on 25/06/1856 at 91 Kirk St. Calton, Glasgow. Aged 88 – relict of the late James Cateon, who died in 1819

Stirrat, Captain on 08/06/1856 at Demerara. Captain of the brig Kate, of Ardrossan

Black, James on 29/06/1856 at Loans near Troon. Aged 82 years

Drummond, Agnes on 06/11/1855 at Upolu, Samoa, South Seas. Wife of Mr George Drummond, missionary

Ferguson, William on 23/06/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Aged 32 years. Carpet-weaver

Gibson, Andrew, junior, suddenly on 28/06/1856 at Moncrieff St. Paisley. Cork manufacturer

McKelvie, W F on 01/07/1856 at Greenock. Son of the late John McKelvie, Esq., ship-owner and feuer
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bobnetau wrote: Thu Feb 17, 2022 12:32 am Deaths:
Barbour, Mary on 19/05/1856 at Durwillen Old Toll, Fenwick. Aged 9 years. Died of scarlet fever. Daughter of John Barbour, Miner
Barbour, Agnes on 22/05/1856 at Durwillen Old Toll, Fenwick. Aged 14 years. Died of scarlet fever. Daughter of John Barbour, Miner
Barbour, David on 27/05/1856 at Durwillen Old Toll, Fenwick. Aged 4 years. Died of scarlet fever. Son of John Barbour, Miner
Barbour, Jean on 08/06/1856 at Durwillen Old Toll, Fenwick. Aged 7 years. Died of scarlet fever. Daughter of John Barbour, Miner

Heartbreaking. I always find it strange that in old births and deaths only the father is mention never the mother.

Thats a good point Netta. Something we can all learn from. I was thinking "suffragette" but i believe that was many years later.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 85, 12/07/1856

Births:

Paton, Male on 05/07/1856 at 146 Duke St. Glasgow. Father: S. C.

McBride, Female on 05/07/1856 at Harbour St. Saltcoats. Father: A., innkeeper

Kilpatrick, Male on 05/07/1856 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father: David, joiner

Giffen, Female on 10/07/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: Rev. James

Craig, Female on 01/07/1856 at West Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Father: David, pattern-designer

Dunlop, Female on 05/07/1856 at Craigowan, Symington. Father: Mr Dunlop

Montgomerie, Female on 16/07/1856 at Greenbank Cottage, by Ayr. Father: A.

Stevenson, Male on 06/07/1856 at Bridge-end, Kilwinning. Father: James


Marriages:
Breckenridge, Gillies on 04/07/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr Stewart, to Miss Crawford Logan, daughter of Mr David Logan, carter

Logan, Crawford on 04/07/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr Stewart, to Mr Gillies Breckenridge, carter

Aitken, James on 01/07/1856 at 64 King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to Maria, third daughter of James Taylor, Esq., Moorfield House, Ayrshire

Taylor, Maria on 01/07/1856 at 64 King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to James Aitken, Esq., chemist, Edinburgh

Creeleman, William on 30/06/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Agnes, second daughter of the late Mr Hugh Paton

Paton, Agnes on 30/06/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr William Creeleman

McJannet, John on 04/07/1856 at Dutch Mills, by Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr George Dykes, miller

Dykes, Jane on 04/07/1856 at Dutch Mills, by Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, to Mr John McJannet, miller


Deaths:
Crawford, Daniel, Esq. of Woodhouse on 07/07/1856 at Woodside, parish of West Kilbride. Aged 85 years and 9 months.

Hane, James on 03/07/1856 at Dalry. Aged 32 years. Late of South Carolina, United States

Brown, James on 02/07/1856 at Auchinleck. Aged 16 years. Youngest son of Mr Andrew Brown, innkeeper

Cochran, Sarah on 11/06/1856 at Brandford, Upper Canada. In her 7th year. Eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Cochran, late of Tarbolton, Ayrshire

Currie, Ann [no date] at Cree, parish of Fenwick. In the 21st year of her age.7th daughter of the late Mr William Currie, farmer there.

Gibb, Agnes on 07/07/1856 at Bridge-end Mill, Auchinleck. Aged 17 years. Youngest daughter of Mr Andrew Gibb, miller

Dalrymple, Janet suddenly on 09/07/1856 at Auchinleck. At an advanced age
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 86, 19/07/1856

Births:

Bailey, Male on 12/07/1856 at Beith. Father: James Lambert, writer

Brown, Male on 10/07/1856 at Carrick House, by Ayr. Father: James

Crawford, Male on 15/07/1856 at 38 Alloway St. Ayr. Father: John, carpet-weaver

Sawyers, Male on 15/07/1856 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: George

Smith, Female on 11/07/1856 at Brownlie, Dundonald. Father: Mr Smith


Marriages:
Russell, Archibald on 08/07/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Leslie, daughter of the late Captain William Hamilton

Hamilton, Leslie on 08/07/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr Archibald Russell

White, Mr on 14/071856 at Quay St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Margaret Kennedy, daughter of Mr Thomas Kennedy, mariner there

Kennedy, Margaret on 14/071856 at Quay St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr White

Smith, Robert on 15/07/1856 at Girthill by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Margaret, daughter of Mr William Dickie

Dickie, Margaret on 15/07/1856 at Girthill by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr Robert Smith, farmer, Swineridgemuir, Dalry

McKenzie, Archibald on 15/07/1856 at Quay St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Janet, daughter of Mr John Currie

Currie, Janet on 15/07/1856 at Quay St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr Archibald McKenzie

Barclay, Hendry on 17/07/1856 at Windmill St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr Gavin Russell, shipmaster

Russell, Margaret on 17/07/1856 at Windmill St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr Hendry Barclay

Blair, John on 16/07/1856 at Seabank by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Miss Marion Mason

Mason, Marion on 16/07/1856 at Seabank by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Mr John Blair, farmer, Hawkhill

Kilpatrick, Thomas on 11/07/1856 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Christall, to Janet, daughter of Mr Robert Mason, game-keeper, Auchinleck

Mason, Janet on 11/07/1856 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Christall, to Mr Thomas Kilpatrick

Reid, Malcolm on 16/07/1856 [no place named, but very likely Ardrossan] by the Rev. John McCall, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr Alexander Howie, Glasgow St. Ardrossan

Howie, Elizabeth on 16/07/1856 [no place named, but very likely Ardrossan] by the Rev. John McCall, to Malcolm Reid, baker, Stenhouse-Muir

Adams, John [no date] at 143 High St. Ayr by the Rev. W. Shaw, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Constantine Anderson, late shoemaker, Ayr

Anderson, Janet [no date] at 143 High St. Ayr by the Rev. W. Shaw, to Mr John Adams, ploughman, Cros[s]burn, near Troon

Aird, Alexander on 09/07/1856 at Riccarton by the Rev. Mr Jeffray, to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr Alexander Easton, Riccarton

Easton, Margaret on 09/07/1856 at Riccarton by the Rev. Mr Jeffray, to Mr Alexander Aird, confectioner, Portland St. Kilmarnock


Deaths:
Cuthbertson, Mary on 14/07/1856 at Kirkmair, Stewarton. Aged 88 years. Relict of the late John Brown, farmer, there

Watt, Andrew on 11/07/1856 at Standalene, Stewarton. Late farmer at Bickethall

Marshall, Janet on 15/07/1856 at Dalry. Aged 20 years and 9 months

Foggo, John, suddenly, on 10/07/1856 at Dumfries-House Lodge, Auchinleck. Aged 65. Deceased was 44 years a gardener to the Marquis of Bute
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 87, 26/07/1856

Births:

Hunter, Male on 17/07/1856 at High St. Irvine. Father: James

Jones, Female on 17/07/1856 at Green St. Kilmarnock. Father: Rev. Edward J. Jones, Episcopal Clergyman

Mackenzie, Female on 17/07/1856 at Broomfield, Largs. Father: James

Miller, Male on 18/07/1856 at West George St. Kilmarnock. Father: George

Ritchie, Female on 14/07/1856 at Bentick St. Kilmarnock. Father: Hugh, gardener

Shaw-Stewart, Male on 09/07/1856 at Belgrave Square, London. Father: Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart [MP for Renfrewshire]

Wallace, Male on 19/07/1856 at the Quay, Irvine. Father: John

Taylor, Female on 12/07/1856 at Busbie, Ardrossan. Father: Samuel

Shaw, Female on 23/07/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Thomas, ship carpenter


Marriages:
Campbell, James on 15/07/1856 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Smellie, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr George Kerr

Kerr, Elizabeth on 15/07/1856 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Smellie, to Mr James Campbell, cabinet-maker

Ferguson, William on 22/07/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Eliza, daughter of the late Mr Andrew Williamson, Blackburn, Ayr

Williamson, Eliza on 22/07/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Mr William Ferguson younger, of Kinmundy

Allan, James on 21/07/1856 at Rosefield Cottage, Kilmarnock by the Rev. A. M. Wilson, Airdrie, to Helen, second daughter of the late Mr James Boyd

Boyd, Helen on 21/07/1856 at Rosefield Cottage, Kilmarnock by the Rev. A. M. Wilson, Airdrie, to Mr James Allan, commercial traveller, Glasgow


Deaths:
Smellie, John on 20/07/1856. Drowned off Innellan. Youngest son of Dr Smellie [see below]

Henderson, John on 20/07/1856. Drowned off Innellan. Youngest son of William Henderson Esq., Tynabruich [see below]

Leaney, Georgiana on 23/07/1856 at Dalry. Aged 30 years. Wife of Sergt. Major Leaney

Barbour, James on 15/07/1856 at Nelson St. Kilmarnock. Aged 81 years. Mason

Boyd, Mary on 15/07/1856 at East Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 18 years. Daughter of Mr Andrew Boyd

Gibson, Agnes on 21/07/1856 at Newroad, Riccarton. Aged 37. Wife of Mr John Briton

Cadzow, Margaret Murdoch on 17/07/1856 at Great Hamilton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 4 weeks. Daughter of Mr John Cadzow, draper

Ferguson of Borland, Mrs Robert on 16/07/1856 at Borland, Kilmarnock. Aged 64 years. Wife of Mr Robert Ferguson of Borland

Hunter, John on 20/07/1856 at Troon. Aged 68 years

Marshal, Janet on 15/07/1856 at Dalry. Aged 20 years and 9 months

Smith, Thomas on 18/07/1856 at 42 Mill St. Ayr. Aged 25 years

Fullarton, Margaret on 19/07/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Wife of Mr Hugh Boag, flesher


LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT on the CLYDE
A lamentable accident happened off Innellan on Sunday evening [20/07/1856]. Two young gentlemen, named John Smellie and John Henderson, youngest sons of Dr Smellie and Wm. Henderson, Esq., Glasgow, arrived at Gourock on Friday with a new cutter-rigged pleasure boat of four or five tons.
On Saturday they engaged a seaman named McCallum, residing in Gourock, to help them to work the boat, and on Sabbath morning they started for the Kyles of Bute.
While passing Innellan on their return, about half past six o'clock, a slight squall came off the land. McCallum, who was steering, gave the helm to one of the young men, and went forward to slack off the head sheets. The young gentleman, who was ignorant of boat sailing, misunderstood the instructions given to him by McCallum, and capsized the yacht, which filled and went down. The accident was witnessed from the shore, and several boats put off to render assistance. McCallum was found clinging to a large life buoy, but his two companions had sunk to rise no more.
Of Mr John Smellie, we may remark that he was a clever and agreeable young man, and his loss will be much and justly regretted by his friends.
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August 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 88, 02/08/1856

Births:

Craig, Female on 30/07/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: James, Captain

Johnston, Male on 27/07/1856 at Eglinton. Father: Charles

Kerr, Female on 27/07/1856 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: Robert, carrier

Brooks, Female on 31/07/1856 at Bankside Cottage, Saltcoats. Father: Archibald

Murchie, Female on 01/08/1856 at Quay St. Saltcoats. Father: Archibald

Finlay, Male on 23/07/1856 at Capringstone Cottage, Dreghorn. Father: James

Grant, Female [no date] at Glencloy, Island of Arran. Father: William, Esq., of Calcutta

Hodge, Male on 25/07/1856 at Jockthorn, Kilmaurs. Father: Robert

Kirk, Male on 30/07/1856 at Robbsland, near Ayr: Father: John, cattle-dealer

Wallace, Female on 19/07/1856 at Dean St. Kilmarnock. Father: Robert, calico-printer


Marriages:
Hunter, Laurence on 25/07/1856 at Newyards, Maybole by the Rev. Dr Menzies, to Miss Elizabeth McEwen

McEwen, Elizabeth on 25/07/1856 at Newyards, Maybole by the Rev. Dr Menzies, to Mr Laurence Hunter, Joiner, Kilmarnock


Deaths:
Andrew, Mrs Robert on 30/07/1856 at Troon. Aged 69 years

Barclay, John on 25/07/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Aged 74. Engineer

Boswell, Margaret on 23/07/1856 at Barglachan, parish of Auchinleck. Aged 47. Second daughter of the late Mr John Boswell

Brown, Allan, Esq., of Beanscroft on 28/07/1856 at Beanscroft, parish of Fenwick.

Cowan, Mr D. on 22/07/1856 at Chapel St. Catrine. Aged 47, of Catrine works

Dykes, David on 29/07/1856 at Dutchmills, Ayr. Aged 21. Eldest son of Mr George Dykes

Finlay, James on 29/07/1856 at Capringstone Cottage, Dreghorn. Infant child of Mr James Finlay

McMeiken, Agnes on 22/02/1856 at Bothwell, Van Diemen's Land. Wife of Mr James McCraw, late of Ayr

McNair, Mr J. on 18/07/1856 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock. Aged 85. Shoemaker
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 89, 09/08/1856

Births:

Wilson, Male on 06/08/1856 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Father: Mr Wilson, carrier

Crocker, Female on 05/08/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: John

Hosie, Male [no date] at Paisley St. Ardrossan. Father: Charles

Alexander, Male on 30/07/1856 at King St. Kilmarnock. Father: John

Holburn, Female on 31/07/1856 at Stewarton. Father James, of the Free Church School

Killen, Female on 29/07/1856 at King St. Kilmarnock. Father: John

Morland, Male on 30/07/1856 at Harbour St. Stranraer. Father: Mr Morland, gas manager

Russell, Male on 29/07/1856 at Bentick St. Kilmarnock. Father: Thomas, sub-inspector


Marriages:
Hogg, Alexander on 29/07/1856 at Paisley by the Rev. David Wallace, to Agnes, third daughter of Mr William Turnbull, Stewarton, Ayrshire

Turnbull, Agnes on 29/07/1856 at Paisley by the Rev. David Wallace, to Mr Alexander Hogg, commercial traveller, Glasgow

Baird, Thomas on 29/07/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Marion, daughter of Mr Charles Reid, grocer, Cumnock

Reid, Marion on 29/07/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Mr Thomas Baird, Galston

Carmichael, Dougald on 04/08/1856 at Troon by the Rev. Mr Cowan, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr William Wallace

Wallace, Elizabeth on 04/08/1856 at Troon by the Rev. Mr Cowan, to Mr Dougald Carmichael, Irvine

Sommervile, James on 05/08/1856 at Annfield House, Irvine by the Rev. Cornelius Giffen of Dailly, to Mary, Daughter of Thomas Campbell, Esq. of Lochfield, Provost of Irvine

Campbell, Mary on 05/08/1856 at Annfield House, Irvine by the Rev. Cornelius Giffen of Dailly, to the Rev. James Sommervile, minister of the parish of Irvine


Deaths:
Young, Mrs on 03/08/1856 at Glasgow. Relict of the late Dr Young, Kilmarnock

Orr, William, Esq., of Lambroughton Ayrshire on 01/08/1856 at Lambroughton. In the 89th year of his age

Millar, Hugh on 07/08/1856 at his father's house, Bridge St Catrine. In the 13th year of his age. Fourth son of Mr Hugh Millar, slater

Harwood, Jenny, lately, [no date], of Shide, near Newport, Isle of Wight. Aged 104. Some few years since she was supported by the daily labour of her son, now 74 years of age. At that time the Queen, after directing Col. Lake to make inquiries, deputed the vicar of Carisbrooke, to pay the old lady 6 [-] per week, an allowance which she received up to the hour of her death.

Hamilton, Isabella on 03/08/1856 at Orchard St. Galston. At the advanced age of 87 years. Relict of the late Mr John Connell, farmer, Monk

Galloway, Anne on 30/07/1856 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 2 years. Daughter of Mr Michael Galloway, shoemaker
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 90, 16/08/1856

Births:

Young, Female on 08/08/1856 at Diamond Row, Waterside, Dalmellington. Father: David

Stevenston, Male on 08/08/1856 at Park Lane, Kilmarnock. Father: John, auctioneer

Nicol, Female [no date] at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Hugh

Crichton, Female on 14/08/1856 at Paisley St. Ardrossan. Father: John, gardener, Ann's Lodge

Bowie, Male on 05/08/1856 at Overland, Riccarton. Father: Allan, farmer

Foster, Male on 03/08/1856 at Murray Arms Inn, Gatehouse. Father: Mr Foster

Gibb, Male on 07/08/1856 at Townhead Toll; Irvine. Father: George

King, Male on 09/08/1856 at Dundonald. Father: Thomas

Morrison, Female, stillborn, on 11/08/1856 at Mull St. Catrine. Father: James

Nairn, Male on 01/08/1856 at Dean St. Kilmarnock. Father: John


Marriages:
Hamilton, Angus on 12/08/1856 at 12 Campbell St. Glasgow by the Rev. Me Weir, to Miss Martha, daughter of Mr John Cowan, innkeeper, Saltcoats

Cowan, Martha on 12/08/1856 at 12 Campbell St. Glasgow by the Rev. Me Weir, to Mr Angus Hamilton, joiner, Saltcoats

Boyle, Robert on 09/07/1856 at Malta, to Frances Sydney, eldest daughter of Francis F. Sankey, Esq., M.D.

Sankey, Frances Sydney on 09/07/1856 at Malta, to Captain Robert Boyle, Royal Artillery, youngest surviving son of the late Right Hon. David Boyle, of Shewalton

Cumming, John on 01/08/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Miss Elizabeth Lambie

Lambie, Elizabeth on 01/08/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Mr John Cumming, carpet weaver

Paul, Alexander on 06/08/1856 at 173 Shamrock St. Glasgow by the Rev. W. M. Taylor of Liverpool, to Agnes, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Steedman, Kilmarnock

Steedman, Agnes on 06/08/1856 at 173 Shamrock St. Glasgow by the Rev. W. M. Taylor of Liverpool, to Mr Alexander Paul, Bristol

Robertson, Robert on 01/08/1856 at Boyd St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Miss Helen Kellachin

Kellachin, Helen on 01/08/1856 at Boyd St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Mr Robert Robertson, boiler-maker

Wallace, Peter on 12/08/1856 at Silverwood, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Stevenson, of Dennyloanhead, brother of the bride, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr Alexander Stevenson, of Silverwood

Stevenson, Mary on 12/08/1856 at Silverwood, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Stevenson, of Dennyloanhead, brother of the bride, to Mr Peter Wallace, merchant, Glasgow

Wright, John on 05/08/1856 at Shawhill, parish of Riccarton by the Rev. Thomas Martin, Kilmarnock, to Marion, daughter of Mr William Woodburn, farmer

Woodburn, Marion on 05/08/1856 at Shawhill, parish of Riccarton by the Rev. Thomas Martin, Kilmarnock, to Mr John Wright, farmer, Southend, Dundonald


Deaths:
Dreghorn, William on 08/08/1856 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock. Aged 15 years. Youngest son of Mr William Dreghorn, weaver

Blyth, Mary on 06/08/1856 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Aged 2 years. Daughter of Mr George Blyth

Boyd, Agnes on 07/08/1856 at High St. Irvine. Aged 13 months. Daughter of Mr Robert Boyd, grocer

Brown, William on 04/08/1856, drowned whilst bathing in the Clyde. Aged 24. Eldest son of Mr Robert Brown, labourer, Muirkirk

Conn, William on 03/08/1856 at Loudoun St. Irvine. Aged 22 years. Son of Mr George Conn

Irvine, Agnes on 04/08/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Aged 3 years. Daughter of Mr John Irvine, bonnet-dresser
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 91, 23/08/1856

Births:

Colville, Male on 20/08/1856 at Castle Hill, Campbelton. Father: Robert

Simpson, Female on 19/08/1856 at Ferniegair Cottage, Hamilton. Father: Dundas jun.

Milnes, Female on 19/08/1856 at Drakemire St. Saltcoats. Father: James

Dick, Female on 11/08/1856 at Halfway, Irvine. Father: John, iron-moulder

Gibson, Female on 10/08/1856 at Halfway, Irvine. Father: Robert, railway-porter

Hutcheson, Female on 19/08/1856 at Welbeck Crescents, Troon. Father: David

Jardine, Male on 22/07/1856 at Coodham. Father: George


Marriages:
Smart, William on 18/08/1856 at Glasgow to Miss Martha, second daughter of the late Mr Robert Kerr, Bellstone, Dalry

Bellstone, Martha on 18/08/1856 at Glasgow to Mr William Smart, woollen-manufacturer, Dalry

Ormond, James on 16/05/1856 at Melbourne, Australia by the Rev. Dr Cairns, to Anne, third daughter of the late Rev. George Smith, Glasgow

Smith, Anne on 16/05/1856 at Melbourne, Australia by the Rev. Dr Cairns, to James Ormond, Esq., merchant

Gray, William on 19/08/1856 at Fairlie Crevoch, parish of Stewarton by the Rev. John Connel of Perceton, to Agnes, daughter of Mr James Ferguson

Ferguson, Agnes on 19/08/1856 at Fairlie Crevoch, parish of Stewarton by the Rev. John Connel of Perceton, to Mr William Gray, Fencedyke, parish of Irvine

McGregor, Alexander on 16/05/1856 at Ballarat, Victoria by the Rev. James Baird, of the Free Church, Ballarat, to Grace, second daughter of Mr William Morton, joiner, late of Auchinleck, Ayrshire

Morton, Grace on 16/05/1856 at Ballarat, Victoria by the Rev. James Baird, of the Free Church, Ballarat, to Mr Alexander McGregor, late of Stornoway

Randalls, Gilbert on 18/08/1856 at the Commercial Hotel, Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, M.A., to Miss Margaret Derram

Derram, Margaret on 18/08/1856 at the Commercial Hotel, Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, M.A., to Mr Gilbert Randalls, mate of the "Minerva", of Ayr


Deaths:
Ewing, James David on 18/08/1856 at Drakemire St. Saltcoats. Infant son of the Rev. John Ewing

Reid, John on 22/08/1856 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. In his 80th year

Wilson, Agnes on 16/08/1856 at Countess St. Saltcoats. In the 85th year of her age. Relict of the late Captain Robert Wilson

Caldwell, Hugh on 12/08/1856 at Ward, Lochwinnoch. Aged 32 years. Only son of Hugh Caldwell, Esq.

Colvin, Thomas on 13/08/1856 at West George St. Kilmarnock. Aged 36 years. Spirit-dealer

Finnie, James on 30/06/1856 at Rio de Janeiro. Son of the late William Finnie, Esq., Kilmarnock

Morton, Elizabeth, suddenly on 10/08/1856 at Thornhill. Wife of Mr David Hamilton, shoemaker, Auchinleck

Hutchison, Robert, after a lingering illness on 15/08/1856 at Monkton. Aged 19 years. Eldest son of Mr David Hutchison, shoemaker, and late assistant teacher in Sanquhar Academy. He was a young man of the most amiable disposition and irreproachable character; was much esteemed by all his acquaintances, and his premature demise is deeply regretted

Miller, Mrs on 14/08/1856 at Mansfield Village, New Cumnock. Aged 92 years

Wilson, Boyd on 13/18/1856 at Kirkgate St. Irvine. Aged 72 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 92, 30/08/1856

Births:

Reid, Female on 17/08/1856 at Paisley St. Ardrossan. Father: Duncan

McHutchen, Male on 18/08/1856 at Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: John, engineer

McDonald, Male on 27/08/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: John

Young, Female on 25/08/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: Alexander

Barbour, Male on 27/08/1856 at Glengarnock Iron Works. Father: Robert

Blackwood, Male on 19/08/1856 at Portland Rd. Kilmarnock. Father: James, jun.

King, Female twins on 23/08/1856 at New Buildings, Bonnyton Rd. Kilmarnock. Father: Alexander

McIlvean, Female on 10/08/1856 at Mauchline. Father: Andrew

McJannet, Female on 27/08/1856 at Bogside, by Irvine. Father: no name given

Orr, Female on 22/08/1856 at Michelton, Lochwinnoch. Father: no name given

Wood, Female on 22/08/1856 at Troon. Father: Francis


Marriages:
Murchie, Archibald on 25/08/1856 at Stevenston by the Rev. Mr Cruikshanks, to Miss Agnes, daughter of Mr John Jack, blacksmith

Jack, Agnes on 25/08/1856 at Stevenston by the Rev. Mr Cruikshanks, to Mr Archibald Murchie, compositor

Auld, John K. on 29/08/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr. Ronald, to Jane, daughter of William Auld, mason

Auld, Jane on 29/08/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr. Ronald, to John K. Auld, miner, Kilbirnie

Drummond, P. R. on 26/08/1856 at Highgate, Beith by the Rev. James Martin, to Ellen, second surviving daughter of William Gow, Esq., of Highgate

Gow, Ellen on 26/08/1856 at Highgate, Beith by the Rev. James Martin, to Mr P. R. Drummond, Perth

Ferrier, George on 22/08/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, to Rose, daughter of the late James Watson, Esq., brewer Ayr

Watson, Rose on 22/08/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Shaw, to Mr George Ferrier, Edinburgh

Nimmo, Thomas on 22/08/1856 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine by the Rev John Rankine, Sorn, to Mary, third daughter of Mr Hugh Anderson, builder, Catrine

Anderson, Mary on 22/08/1856 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine by the Rev John Rankine, Sorn, to Mr Thomas Nimmo, card-sharper, Catrine Works

Young, John on 18/08/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Angelo Macready, to Miss Sutherland McKay

McKay, Sutherland on 18/08/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Angelo Macready, to Mr John Young, shoemaker

Wilson, David on 18/08/1856 at 96 Eglinton St. Glasgow by the Rev. W. Burgess, U. P. Church, Eglinton St., to Margaret, fourth daughter of Mr John Logan, baker

Logan, Margaret on 18/08/1856 at 96 Eglinton St. Glasgow by the Rev. W. Burgess, U. P. Church, Eglinton St., to Mr David Wilson, Warehouseman


Deaths:
Martin, Ann on 23/08/1856 at Allison St. Newton, Ayr. Aged 74. Wife of Mr James Andrew, formerly coachman to the late Col. Crawford, of Newfield, Dundonald

Cunninghame, Walter on 23/08/1856 at Springfield, Lasswade. Youngest son of Sir Thomas M. Cunninghame, Bart.

Grieve, Kennedy, very suddenly on 12/08/1856, in consequence of an accident near the village of Dalrymple. Aged 66 years. Dalrymple and Ayr carrier

McGilvray, James on 22/08/1856 at Ford St. Catrine. Aged 12 years. Second son of Mrs McGilvray, Catrine

Calderwood, Wilhelmina on 22/08/1856 at Mauchline. Wife of Mr Andrew McIlvean, precentor in the Parish Church – much regretted

Stevenson, Isabella on 25/08/1856 at Sillars Land, Catrine. Aged 7 years. Eldest daughter of Mr Robert Stevenson, boot and shoemaker, St Germain St. Catrine

Williamson, Marion Paton on 17/08/1856 at West Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Aged 15 ½ years. Daughter of Mr John Williamson

Weir, James on 27/08/1856 at Loudon St. Mauchline. Shoemaker

Renwick, Thomas on 23/08/1856 at Dalry. Aged 18 years. Second son of Mr John Renwick
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September 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 93, 06/09/1856

Births:

McNab, Female on 30/08/1856 at Shawbury, near Shrewsbury. Father: Thomas

Allan, Female on 01/09/1856 at Capringstone. Father: John

Foster, Male on 25/08/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Father: Robert, tailor

Thomson, Male on 24/08/1856 at East Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Father: John, brussels-weaver


Marriages:
Hamilton, James on 04/09/1856 at Arran Place, Ardrossan by the Rev. Peter Davidson of Arran, to Mary, only daughter of Mr Donald McKinnon of Glenree, Southend, Arran.

McKinnon, Mary on 04/09/1856 at Arran Place, Ardrossan by the Rev. Peter Davidson of Arran, to Mr James Hamilton, joiner, Saltcoats

Jardine, William on 01/09/1856 at Troon by the Rev. Archibald Fleming, B.A., Fullarton Church, Irvine, to Jane, only daughter of Mr William Shannon, Troon

Shannon, Jane on 01/09/1856 at Troon by the Rev. Archibald Fleming, B.A., Fullarton Church, Irvine, to Mr William Jardine, teacher, Dumbarton

Simpson, James Y. on 20/08/1856 at Woodend, in the parish of Houston by the Rev. P. Dale, to Jessie Dick, eldest daughter of Walter King, Esq. of Woodend

King, Jessie Dick on 20/08/1856 at Woodend, in the parish of Houston by the Rev. P. Dale, to James Y. Simpson, Esq., writer, Largs


Deaths:
McNeilie, William on 29/08/1856 at Ardrossan. Member of the Coast Guard

Todd, William, [no date] at Fenwick. Aged 92 years

Millar, Mrs [no date] at 66 Fore St. Kilmarnock. Aged 55 years. Spouse of the late Mr James Millar, victualler

Gray, Sarah on 25/08/1856 at Lawthorn Bank Perceton. Aged 78. Relict of Mr Robert Barr, blacksmith

Calderwood, John on 29/08/1856 at London. Aged 40. Draper. Fifth son of the late Mr Robert Calderwood, Helenton Mill, Symington

Crawford, Ellen [no date] at the residence of Mr James Craig, farmer, Illinois, America. In the 80th year of her age. Relict of Mr William Crawford, Irvine

Jamieson, Jane on 01/09/1856 at Limond's Wynd, Wallacetown, Ayr. Aged 31. Eldest daughter of the late Mr James Jamieson, woollen-manufacturer – regretted by a wide circle of acquaintances

Miller, Mrs Elizabeth on 25/08/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Aged 82 years

Miller, Mrs James on 25/08/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock. In the 81st year of her age

Paton Mrs Jean on 27/08/1856 at Sandbed Lane, Kilmarnock. Aged 70 years

Sloan, William on 25/08/1856 at Gargowan, parish of Ochiltree. Infant and only son of Mr Sloan, farmer, Gargowan

Stevenson, Rev. David on 30/08/1856 at the residence of his brother, in West Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 34 years. Late of Eday, Orkney, and some time at Catrine. Eldest son of Mr James Stevenson, West Shaw St. Kilmarnock

Taylor, Mrs Thomas on 28/08/1856 at Nelson St. Kilmarnock. In the 38th year of her age

Weir, James on 27/08/1856 at Mauchline.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 94, 13/09/1856

Births:

Goodwine, Male on 10/09/1856 at the Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: James

Gibson, Female on 01/09/1856 at Cowan Place, Catrine. Father: Allan

Hunter, Male on 07/09/1856 at Westsheilds [West Shields], Muirkirk. Father: John

Lang, Male on 31/08/1856 at Blackdales, Largs. Father: Hugh M., Esq.

Morton, Male on 04/09/1856 at Whiteside, Monkton. Father: Mr Morton

McEwen, Female on 01/09/1856 at Girdlegate, Eglinton, Irvine. Father: William, forester

Perivancich, Male on 04/09/1856 at Troon. Father: Peter

Sillars, Male on 06/09/1856 at Birchburn, Arran. Father: Peter

Torrance, Female on 07/09/1856 at Viewfield, Kilmarnock. Father: John [There was a fold in the paper at this entry. It might not be completely accurate]

Wilson, Male on 05/08/1856 at Neshonoc, Wisconsin, U. S., America. Father: James, late farmer in Spittlehill [Spittalhill], Symington.


Marriages:
Walker, William on 29/08/1856 at Bogend, Symington by the Rev. Mr Ferguson of the Free Church, to Miss Jane Paton, daughter of Mr William Paton, farmer and cattle-dealer, Bogend

Paton, Jane on 29/08/1856 at Bogend, Symington by the Rev. Mr Ferguson of the Free Church, to Mr William Walker, blacksmith, Troon

Russell, William K. on 01/09/1856 at Hallmoss, parish of Dunlop, to Isabella, eldest daughter of John Wilson, Esq., of Hallmoss

Wilson, Isabella on 01/09/1856 at Hallmoss, parish of Dunlop, to William K. Russell, Esq., merchant, Stewarton

Stewart, William on 01/09/1856 at Richardland, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to Isabella, fourth daughter of the late George Paxton Esq,. of Richardland

Paxton, Isabella on 01/09/1856 at Richardland, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to Mr William Stewart, Kilmarnock


Deaths:
Burns, Patrick on 03/09/1856 at Townhead, Irvine. Aged 16 months. Son of Mr Daniel Burns

Campbell, Peter on 04/09/1856 at Agnew Crescent, Stranraer. Watchmaker

Forsyth, George on 27/08/1856 at Portsea, south of England. Aged 28 years, draper. The deceased was a native of New Cumnock, and a most exemplary young man. His painful and protracted illness was borne with great patience and deep resignation to the will of the Great Disposer of life

Gilmore, James on 10/09/1856 at Troon. Aged 56 years. Ship-carpenter

Campbell, Christina on 06/09/1856 at Troon. Relict of Mr David McCartney, seaman

McHoull, George on 07/09/1856 at Kilwinning. Aged 27 years, clerk at the Glasgow and South-Western Railway Station there – a young man of sober habits and exemplary conduct

Gibson, Andrew on 04/09/1856 at 6, Moncrieff St. Paisley. Aged 73

Thomson, Agnes on 07/09/1856 at Green St. Kilmarnock. Wife of Mr John Gibson, carpet-weaver
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