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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 95, 20/09/1856

Births:

Millar, Female on 14/09/1856 at Ardrossan. Father: Thomas

Bannatyne, Male on 14/09/1856 at Harbour Buildings Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Barcklay[sic], Female on 15/09/1856 at Stanley Farm Ardrossan. Father: William

Nevin, Male on 18/09/1856 at Ardrossan. Father: John, blacksmith

Crawford, Male on 18/09/1856 at the Gas Works, Ardrossan. Father: A.

Black, Male on 05/09/1856 at West Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Father: Thomas, mason

Goudie, Female on 08/09/1856 at Weaver St. Newton, Ayr. Father: Samuel, baker

Hastie, Female on 12/09/1856 at Corn Mill St. Catrine. Father: James


Marriages:
Moore, James on 12/09/1856 at Portpatrick by the Rev. Andrew Urquhart of the Free Church, to Barbara, daughter of John Milmine, Esq., Portpatrick

Milmine, Barbara on 12/09/1856 at Portpatrick by the Rev. Andrew Urquhart of the Free Church, to James Moore, Esq., merchant, Hamilton St. Saltcoats

Grant, Alexander on 12/09/1856 at Carrick St. Ayr by the Rev. Mr Dykes, to Miss Hannah Benson

Benson, Hannah, on 12/09/1856 at Carrick St. Ayr by the Rev. Mr Dykes, to Mr Alexander Grant


Deaths:
Glassford, Mary Ann on 18/09/1856 at Highthorn, West Kilbride. Aged 39 years. Wife of Mr David Mundell, wright, there, after a painful and protracted illness, which she bore with great patience and deep resignation to the Disposer of All Events

Dunlop, Martha on 11/09/1856 at Largs. Aged 95 years. Relict of the late Robert Speir, Esq., of South Camphill, Dalry

Aird, Mrs Elizabeth on 06/09/1856 at High St. Kilmarnock. Aged 62 years

Johnstone, Jemima on 15/09/1856 at High St. Irvine. Aged 1 year. Daughter of Mr Peter Johnstone

McLauchlan, William on 14/09/1856 at Elba St. Ayr. Son of Mr Thomas McLachlan

Currie, Mrs Margaret on 11/09/1856 at Sandbed, Kilmarnock. Aged 88 years

Downie, Mrs Margaret on 06/09/1856 at Green St. Kilmarnock. Aged 73 years

Crichton, Jane on 14/09/1856 at Auchinleck. Only daughter of Mr David Crichton, baker
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 96, 27/09/1856

Births:

Hamilton, Male on 18/09/1856 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Love, Male on 24/09/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Peter

Jack, Female on 23/09/1856 at Green St. Kilmarnock. Father: Andrew

Adams, Male on 13/09/1856 at Wellington St. Kilmarnock. Father: Andrew, blacksmith

Glassford, Male on 20/09/1856 at West Kilbride. Father: James

Goldie, Male on 15/09/1856 at Cowan Place, Catrine. Father: Andrew, weaving master, Catrine Works

Miller, Male on 17/09/1856 at Troon. Father: Boyd

Rankin, Female on 24/09/1856 at Hill St. Kilmarnock. Father: James, watchmaker

Thomson, Female on 22/09/1856 at Dalry. Father Robert, spinning master, Bridgend Mills


Marriages:
McCallum, William on 26/09/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Hodge, joiner

Hodge, Mary on 26/09/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to William McCallum, mariner

King, John on 19/09/1856 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr. A. Campbell, to Miss Ann Thompson, daughter of Mr Alexander Thompson, baker Kilwinning

Thompson, Ann on 19/09/1856 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr. A. Campbell, to Mr John King, miner

Alexander, Robert on 23/09/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, United Presbyterian Church, East, to Joanna, only surviving daughter of the late John Paton, ironmonger, Kilmarnock

Paton, Joanna on 23/09/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, United Presbyterian Church, East, to Mr Robert Alexander, Liverpool

Parker, James on 23/09/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Margaret C. Watt, only daughter of the late Mr Thomas Watt, Robertson Place, Kilmarnock

Watt, Margaret C. on 23/09/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Mr James Parker, baker


Deaths:
McMillan, Alexander on 25/09/1856 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Carpenter

McAulay, William, Esq. on 22/09/1856 at Portland Villa, Troon. H. M. Customs, Greenock

Nicol, Mary Shearer on 13/09/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Daughter of Mr Nicol, Water Company's manager

Donnelly, William on 18/09/1856 at Annick Lodge Colliery, parish of Irvine. Aged 5 years. Son of Mr Neil Donnelly, coal-miner

Espie, John on 14/09/1856 at Charlotte St. Stranraer. Aged 19 years. Second son of the late Mr James Espie, merchant

Monteith, Robert Earle, Esq. on 22/09/1856 at Largs. Son of the late Rev. James Monteith

McEwen, John on 20/09/1856 at Wood St. Catrine. In the 25th year of his age. Miner

McGorlick, John suddenly on 22/09/1856 at Stewart Place, Catrine. In the 27th year of his age. Labourer – he having taken a draught of water whilst in a state of perspiration, on Saturday afternoon in returning home from reaping some corn

McNair, Archibald on 20/09/1856 at Killellan, near Campbelton. Son of the late Archibald McNair, Esq., merchant, Glasgow

Reyburn, Robert on 01/07/1856 at Agra, East Indies. Lance-corporal of the East India Company's 3rd European Bengal Regiment – a native of Kilmarnock
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October 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 97, 04/10/1856

Births:

Cuthbertson, Female on 01/10/1856 at Chapelwell St. Saltcoats. Father: J.

Barclay, Male on 25/09/1856 at Tarbolton. Father: Peter

Fleming, Female on 28/09/1856 at West Kilbride. Father: John

Lang, Female on 29/09/1856 at Newton, Kilbirnie. Father: John

Henderson, Male on 25/09/1856 at Holly House, Hammersmith. Father: W. H. J., Lieutenant, Bombay Artillery


Marriages:
Neil, Robert on 26/09/1856 at Moss-house, Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Margaret, daughter of Mr John Currie, storekeeper

Currie, Margaret on 26/09/1856 at Moss-house, Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Mr Robert Neil, railway-porter, Ardrossan

Cassels, George C. [no date] at Half-way St. Irvine by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr Norman McLeod, shipmaster

McLeod, Mary [no date] at Half-way St. Irvine by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Mr George C. Cassels, blacksmith, Kilbirnie

Taylor, J. M. Esq. on 25/09/1856 at Catrine House, Ayrshire by the Rev. Charles Yate, B.D., vicar of Holme, and rural dean of West Harthill, Yorkshire, to Isabella Bannerman, third daughter of Arthur Campbell, Esq.

Campbell, Isabella Bannerman on 25/09/1856 at Catrine House, Ayrshire by the Rev. Charles Yate, B.D., vicar of Holme, and rural dean of West Harthill, Yorkshire, to J. M. Taylor, Esq., captain Bombay Cavalry


Deaths:
Barclay, Ann on 27/09/1856 at Ardrossan.Eldest daughter of Mr Robert Hogarth, grocer

Stirling, Rev. Hugh on 02/10/1856 at 11 Franklin Terrace, Sandyford, Glasgow. U. P. minister, Newton Mearns, in the 40th year of his ministry

Beckett, Andrew on 29/09/1856 at Kirkford, Stewarton. Aged 16 years. Youngest son of Mr John Beckett, builder.He was much respected, and his death is much regretted.

Muir, Agnes on 29/09/1856 at Stewarton. Relict of the late Mr James King, portioner

Lang, Robert on 30/09/1856 at Paddockholm, parish of Kilbirnie. In the 79th year of his age, farmer there. His death is much regretted by his friends and acquaintances
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 98, 11/10/1856

Births:

Chalmers, Male on 21/09/1856 at the Store, Stevenston. Father: Thomas

Paton, Male on 02/10/1856 at Mossend, near Dalry. Father: William, late flesher in Ardrossan

Mason, Male on 07/10/1856 at Ardrossan. Father John

Allan, Female on 07/10/1856 at Bridge St. Catrine. Father: William

Boyd, Female on 29/09/1856 at Dundonald. Father: William

Paterson, Female on 27/09/1856 at Nelson St. Kilmarnock. Father: John, joiner


Marriages:
Bell, James on 03/10/1856 at Sea Mill, West Kilbride by the Rev. John Boyd, to Agnes, fourth daughter of Mr Thomas Richmond, Sea Mill

Richmond, Agnes on 03/10/1856 at Sea Mill, West Kilbride by the Rev. John Boyd, to Mr James Bell

Campbell, John on 30/09/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. Mr Burns, to Miss B. F. Hair, daughter of Andrew Hair Esq., merchant, Ayr

Hair, Miss B. F. on 30/09/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. Mr Burns, to John Campbell, Esq., Provan Mill, Glasgow

Fergusson, Frederick on 27/09/1856 at Low Church Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. W. Young, to Miss Rebecca McLaughlan

McLaughlan, Rebecca on 27/09/1856 at Low Church Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. W. Young, to Mr Frederick Fergusson, fireman

Harkinson, Charles on 03/10/1856 at Mill Square Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Sarah, G., only daughter of Mr John Urquhart, dresser, Catrine Works

Urquhart, Sarah G. on 03/10/1856 at Mill Square Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Mr Charles Harkinson, weaver

Nicol, Robert on 30/09/1856 at Market Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Miss Marion Thompson

Thompson, Marion on 30/09/1856 at Market Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Mr Robert Nicol, house painter

Park, Samuel on 30/09/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, to Susan, youngest daughter of Mr John Smith, gardener

Smith, Susan on 30/09/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, to Mr Samuel Park, sculptor, Glasgow

Ramsay, William on 26/09/1856 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Miss Annie Young

Young, Annie on 26/09/1856 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Mr William Ramsay


Deaths:
Anderson, John Smith on 05/10/1856 at Larkhall, Lanarkshire. Aged 1 year and 7 months. Son of Mr Hugh Anderson

Adam, James on 01/10/1856 at West Shay St. Kilmarnock. Aged 56 years

Struthers, Hannah on 05/10/1856 at Catrine Bank. In the 79th year of her age. Relict of the late Archibald Buchanan, Esq., of Catrine Bank

Donnochy, James on 27/09/1856 at Back St. Kilmarnock. Aged 50 years

Duncan, Archibald on 03/10/1856 at Wood St. Catrine. Infant son of Mr Archibald Duncan, tilemaker, Barskimming Tile Works

Kiers, Janet on 28/09/1856 at Kilmaurs. Aged 86 years. Relict of Mr Nicol Hendersan[sic], late of Gargiston, near Kilmarnock

Kerr, Jean on 06/10/1856 at Carsehead, Dalry. Relict of the late Andrew Miller, Esq., of Carsehead

Stevenslon[sic], Jean on 01/10/1856 at Glencairn Square Kilmarnock. Aged 53 years

Thomson, Robert on 29/09/1856 at High Church Lane, Kilmarnock. Aged 72 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 99, 18/10/1856

Births:

Ormond, Female on 08/06/1856 at Castlemaine, Australia. Father: Hugh

Kerr, Female one11/10/1856 at Sorbie, Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Lauther, Male on 14/10/1856 at Paisley St. Ardrossan. Father: James

Murray, Male on 15/10/1856 at Princes Lane Ardrossan. Father: John

Findlay, Female on 17/10/1856 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: Allan

Laurie, Male on 04/10/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Father: Thomas B.

Muir, Female on 14/10/1856 at Whang St. Beith. Father: William

Young, Female on 06/10/1856 at High St. Kilmarnock. Father: John, shoemaker


Marriages:
Thomson, Hugh on 06/10/1856 at Stirling by the Rev. J. Gilfillan, to Miss Jane Fulton, Clackmannan

Fulton, Jane on 06/10/1856 at Stirling by the Rev. J. Gilfillan, to Mr Hugh Thomson, merchant, Fenwick

Barr, Rev. Hugh on 14/10/1856 at the United Presbyterian Manse of Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Dunlop, cousin of the bride, to Anne, second daughter of the late Mr John Fulton, Fenwick

Fulton, Anne on 14/10/1856 at the United Presbyterian Manse of Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Dunlop, cousin of the bride, to the Rev. Hugh Barr, United Presbyterian Church, Kingskettle, Fifeshire

Thomson, Rev. Arthur on 15/10/1856 at Malta House, Edinburgh by the Rev. Nathaniel Patterson, D.D., Glasgow, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Rev. Dr Landsborough, of Saltcoats

Landsborough, Isabella on 15/10/1856 at Malta House, Edinburgh by the Rev. Nathaniel Patterson, D.D., Glasgow, to the Rev. Arthur Thomson, minister of the Free Church, Salton

Dunbar, Robert on 14/10/1856 at Kirkroad, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Isabella Kerr, muslin embroiderer

Kerr, Isabella on 14/10/1856 at Kirkroad, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Robert Dunbar, able seaman

Millar, James on 15/10/1856 at West Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr James Paton, Plasterer

Paton, Eliza on 15/10/1856 at West Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr James Millar


Deaths:
Montgomery, Robert on 12/10/1856 at Woodhead, West Kilbride. Aged 67. Farmer

Bennett, Robert on 16/10/1856 at Hill St. Saltcoats. Clothier

Gemmell, Alexander on 14/10/1856 at Stevenston.

Farie, Andrew suddenly on 08/10/1856 at 67 Upper Farringden St. London. Aged 28 years. Stationer. Third son of the late Robert Farie, Esq., Glasgow. Deceased, who was formerly connected with the "Ayr Advertiser" office, was a young man of rare warmth of heart, of a peculiarly amiable and winning deportment, and of humble but cheerful and unassuming piety. "There seemed a pool of honey about his heart, which lubricated all his speech and action with fine jets of mead." His early departure is mourned by a wide circle of relatives and acquaintances.

Jamieson, Margaret on 11/10/1856 at Grange St. [no town given, but probably Kilmarnock]. Eldest daughter of Mr Robert Jamieson, carpet weaver
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 100, 25/10/1856

Births:

Morton, Male on 17/10/1856 at Waterside, Kilmarnock. Father: John

Cuthbertson, Male on 20/10/1856 at Toponthank, parish of Kilmarnock. Father; Robert, farmer there

Stevenson, Male on 18/10/1856 at High St. Irvine. Father: David

McGarva, Male on 17/10/1856 at Perceton School House. Father: John B., teacher

Hepburn, Male on 18/10/1856 at Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: Alexander, harbour clerk

Neil, Female on 21/10/1856 at Montgomerie Lane, Ardrossan. Father: Robert, railway porter

Hamilton, Male on 18/10/1856 at Auchinleck. Father: Samuel

Sim, Female on 21/10/1856 at Stewarton. Father: Robert, bonnet manufacturer


Marriages:
Kilgour, Joseph on 03/10/1856 at Ayr C. W. [Canada West], at the residence of the bride's uncle, Robert Wyllie Esq. by the Rev. Mr Ruer, to Mary, only daughter of the late Robert Anderson, Renton, near Dumbarton, Scotland, who was nephew to Robert Burns' Highland Mary

Anderson, Mary on 03/10/1856 at Ayr C. W. [Canada West], at the residence of the bride's uncle, Robert Wyllie Esq. by the Rev. Mr Ruer, to Joseph Kilgour, Esq., merchant, Ayr
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Fawcitt, Thomas Esly on 20/10/1856 at Kilmaurs by the Rev. James Maxwell, of the Free Church, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Harvie, innkeeper, Kilmaurs

Harvie, Jane on 20/10/1856 at Kilmaurs by the Rev. James Maxwell, of the Free Church, to Mr Thomas Esly Fawcitt, land-surveyor

Hutchison, Robert on 09/10/1856 at Sorn by the Rev. Mr Rankin, to Janet, second daughter of Mr John Ferguson, late contractor, Auchinleck

Ferguson, Janet on 09/10/1856 at Sorn by the Rev. Mr Rankin, to Mr Robert Hutchison, surgeon, Auchinleck


Deaths:
Fletcher, William on 11/10/1856 at East Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 56 years

Mitchell, James on 11/10/1856 at Darvel Mill Loudoun. Aged 80 years

Muir, Joanna on 14/10/1856 at Newstables, parish of Dailly. Wife of Mr David Jones, grocer and miner, Dalquharran Colliery

Murdoch, Jean on 18/10/1856 at Auchinleck. Daughter of Mr Robert Murdoch, joiner and cabinet-maker

Smith, Jacob on 21/10/1856 at Glenside, parish of Auchinleck. After a protracted illness. Farmer
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November 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 101, 01/11/1856

Births:

Clifton, Male on 21/10/1856 at Dollars House, Ayrshire, the seat of the Marchioness of Bute. Father: Charles

Barr, Female on 19/10/1856 at Chapel Brae, Saltcoats. Father: James

Baillie, Male on 29/10/1856 at Cannonhill St. Ardrossan. Father: J. S., ship-carpenter

Climie, Male on 21/10/1856 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: James, flesher

Craig, Male on 22/10/1856 at Beith. Father: David

Drummond, Male on 22/10/1856 at Cumnock. Father: John

Mitchell, Male on 24/10/1856 at St. Germain St. Catrine. Father: George, flesher

Parker, Male on 13/10/1856 at Hazlehead Cottage, Beith. Father: Thomas

Porter, Male on 19/10/1856 at Hillhouse Gardens, Dundonald. Father not named

Wakelin, Female on 23/10/1856 at Symington. Father Mr Wakelin, parish-schoolmaster

Young, Female on 17/10/1856 at Mill Square, Catrine. Father James, tinsmith


Marriages:
Gibson, Robert on 28/10/1856 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Symington, to Agnes Gibson

Gibson, Agnes on 28/10/1856 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Symington, to Mr Robert Gibson, china merchant Dumfries

Murchie, Charles on 30/10/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Isabella, daughter of Findlay Murchie, farmer, South End, Arran

Murchie, Isabella on 30/10/1856 at Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Charles Murchie, late of Tandarock, Australia

Patrick, John on 17/10/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. James B. Hamilton, to Mary Fleming

Fleming, Mary on 17/10/1856 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. James B. Hamilton, to Mr John Patrick, baker

Peock, William on 23/10/1856 at Titchfield House, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Dickie, Esq., Provost of Kilmarnock

Dickie, Mary Elizabeth on 23/10/1856 at Titchfield House, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to William Peock, Esq., of Meikleriggs, Paisley

and at the same time

Ashby, George Crowley on 23/10/1856 at Titchfield House, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to Janet Perry, second daughter of John Dickie, Esq., Provost of Kilmarnock

Dickie, Janet Perry on 23/10/1856 at Titchfield House, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Main, to George Crowley Ashby, Esq., Isleworth, Middlesex

Porter, John on 23/10/1856 at the Presbyterian Church, Swallow St. London by the Rev. Ronald Macpherson M.A., to Margaret, second daughter of Mr John Merry, Ruglen, parish of Kirkoswald, Ayrshire

Merry, Margaret on 23/10/1856 at the Presbyterian Church, Swallow St. London by the Rev. Ronald Macpherson M.A., to Mr John Porter, Manchester


Deaths:
Harvey, Charles D. on 20/10/1856 at Rothsay. Compositor, for many years overseer of the "North British Daily Mail" – much regretted.

Brown, Jean, Mrs on 17/10/1856 at Mill Lane, Kilmarnock. Aged 46 years

Cunninghame, Archibald, Esq., of Caddel and Thornton, Ayrshire on 23/10/1856 at Princes St. Edinburgh. Aged 45 years

Douglas, Janet on 29/10/1856 at Bensley, parish of Kilwinning. Aged 16 years. Second daughter of Mr James Douglas, farmer – deeply regretted

Fraser, James on 18/10/1856 at Tankardhall Brae, Kilmarnock. Aged 62 years

Fullerton, William, Esq. on 27/10/1856 at Ardrossan

Cray, John Boyle, Esq., of Cranberrymoss on 26/10/1856 at Kilwinning. Writer, Glasgow

McFarlane, Jane on 28/10/1856 at Troon. Aged 6 years. Daughter of Mr Daniel McFarlane

McKie, Mrs on 27/10/1856 at St Germain St. Catrine. Wife of Mr John McKie, oatler[sic, probably ostler], Burns' Inn, Catrine

McMurtrie, Henry on 21/10/1856 at Ayr Place, Catrine. In the 72nd year of his age. Spirit dealer

Stuart, James on 05/10/1856 at Hamilton, Canada West. Aged 62 years. Tailor, formerly of Dumfriesshire, Scotland
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 102, 08/11/1856

Births:

Allison, Twins [son & daughter] on 04/11/1856 at Kilwinning. Father: Robert


Marriages:
Cook, Ronald on 03/11/1856 at Crofthead Cottage, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Nicol, Arran, to Mary, only daughter of Captain Cook, Achevioch, Arran

Cook, Mary on 03/11/1856 at Crofthead Cottage, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Nicol, Arran, to Mr Ronald Cook

McJannet, William on 05/11/1856 at 91 Hope St. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Craik, to Marion, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Thomson

Thomson, Marion on 05/11/1856 at 91 Hope St. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Craik, to Mr William McJannet, Ardrossan

Guthrie, David on 04/11/1856 at St. Andrew's Scottish Church by the Rev. Archibald Pollock Black, A. M., to Jessie Crawford, third daughter of the late Captain Farrow, Ayrshire

Farrow, Jessie Crawford on 04/11/1856 at St. Andrew's Scottish Church by the Rev. Archibald Pollock Black, A. M., to David Guthrie, Troon

Aird, Archibald on 31/10/1856 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Robert Blair, weaver, Corsehill

Blair, Elizabeth on 31/10/1856 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Mr Archibald Aird, miner

Muir, D. G. on 05/11/1856 at Paisley by the Rev. William France, U.P. Church, to Margaret Manwell, only daughter of Mr James Fleming, fuer[sic], Paisley

Fleming, Margaret Manwell on 05/11/1856 at Paisley by the Rev. William France, U.P. Church, to Mr D. G. Muir, principal officer of Her Majesty's Customs, Troon

Deaths:
Brown, John, on 23/08/1856 at Hong Kong, from the effects of a severe accident. Captain of the steamer Unicorn. Son of Capt. James Brown, of the ship James Paton
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 103, 15/11/1856

Births:

Currie, Female twins on 23/10/1856 at Brodick. Father: William

Barr, Male on 14/11/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: William, carpenter

Davie, Male on 14/11/1856 at Montgomerie St. Ardrossan. Father: William

Davidson, Male on 04/11/1856 at Crooks, Dundonald. Father: Mr Davidson, jun.

Forbes, Female on 02/11/1856 at Bank House, Ayr. Father not named

Hunter, Female on 08/11/1856 at Greenside, Maybole. Father: John, blacksmith


Marriages:
Douglas, Angus on 07/11/1856 at Auchenleck[sic] by the Rev. James Christal, to Miss Margaret Wylie, daughter of Mr John Williamson, Auchenleck

Williamson, Margaret Wylie on 07/11/1856 at Auchenleck[sic] by the Rev. James Christal, to Mr Angus Douglas, engine driver, Glasgow

Smith, John on 11/11/1856 at Irvine by the Rev David Wilson, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Captain James Brown, Irvine

Brown, Margaret on 11/11/1856 at Irvine by the Rev David Wilson, to Mr John Smith, shipping agent, Ardrossan

Watson, George on 14/11/1856 at Monkton by the Rev. Dr Laurie, to Miss Mary Campbell, daughter of the late William Campbell, farmer, Woodside, Monkton

Campbell, Mary on 14/11/1856 at Monkton by the Rev. Dr Laurie, to Mr George Watson, coachman to W. Mutter, Esq., of Meiklelaught

Reid, William on 13/11/1856 at Dalry by the Rev. Mr Morrison, to Miss Jean Chalmers, daughter of the late Hugh Chalmers, Saltcoats

Chalmers, Jean on 13/11/1856 at Dalry by the Rev. Mr Morrison, to Mr William Reid, Saltcoats


Deaths:
Fraser, James, Esq. on 10/11/1856 at the Crescent, Ardrossan

Samson, David on 08/11/1856 at Dumfries House. Aged 82

Halbert, John on 08/11/1856 at Auchenleck[sic]. Youngest son of Mr George Halbert

Paterson, John on 05/11/1856 at Greenock. Aged 28 years. Second son of the late Samuel Paterson, Esq., merchant, Greenock

Frew, Robert on 10/11/1856 at Irvine. Aged 73 years. Tailor

Stirling, James George on 09/11/1856 at 28, Cook St. Tradeston, Glasgow. Aged 6 months. Son of Robert Stirling, Esq.

Campbell, Elizabeth on 11/11/1856 at Low Glencairn St. Kilmarnock. Wife of the Rev. James Banks. Those who knew her will long continue to identify her with Phoebe, Priscilla, and Aquilla[sic], Paul's friends – a servant of the Church – a succourer of many – a helper in Christ Jesus
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Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 104, 22/11/1856

Births:

Kirk, Male on 18/11/1856 at the Railway Station, Saltcoats. Father: Baird

Bruce, Male on 18/11/1856 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: James F., engineer

Thomson, Female on 20/11/1856 at Cannon-hill Lane, Ardrossan. Father: John

Small, Female on 15/11/1856 at Ann St. Greenock. Father: James, tailor

Glossip, twin sons and a daughter on 20/11/1856 at Nineyard St. Saltcoats. A son and the daughter have since died. Father: Alexander

Baird, Female on 14/11/1856 at Craighead, Cumnock. Father not named

Baxter, Male (her seventh son) on 18/11/1856 T Symington: Father: Ross

Faulds, Female on 06/11/1856 at Spittlehill, Symington. Father not named

Muir, Female on 09/11/1856 at East Grange St. Kilmarnock. Father James, carpet weaver

Smith, Male on 13/11/1856 at Clark Street Terrace, Kilmarnock. Father: James


Marriages:
Haddow, William on 18/11/1856 at Dundee by the Rev. Islay Burns, St Peter's Free Church, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Falconer, Nairn

Falconer, Margaret on 18/11/1856 at Dundee by the Rev. Islay Burns, St Peter's Free Church, to William Haddow, Esq., Riggfoot, New Cumnock

Douglas, Angus on 07/11/1856 at Auchenleck[sic] by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Miss Margaret Wylie, daughter of Mr John Williamson, Auchenleck

Williamson, Margaret Wylie on 07/11/1856 at Auchenleck[sic] by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Mr Angus Douglas, engine driver, Glasgow

Blair, Robert on 19/11/1856 at Wallace St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Walter Morison, to Marjory, daughter of the late Mr William McWhirter, Wallacetown, Ayr

McWhirter, Marjory on 19/11/1856 at Wallace St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Walter Morison, to Mr Robert Blair, Kilmarnock


Deaths:
Brown, Mrs James on 19/11/1856 at Beith

Allan, Mrs on 15/11/1856 at 16 Newton Place, Glasgow. Relict of the late Captain Allan

McLean, Murdoch on 15/09/1856 at Rio de Janeiro. Died of Yellow Fever. Captain of the ship Livinia of Ardrossan

Grey, Agnes on 18/11/1856 at Drakemire St. Relict of the late Archibald McNish

Cumming, James on 18/11/1856 at Greenside Cottage, Saltcoats. Captain of the Barassie, of Ardrossan

McNab, Agnes on 20/11/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats.

Browning, Margaret on 16/11/1856 at Stewarton. Second daughter of Mr George Browning, shoemaker

Gibson, Andrew Wilson on 14/11/1856 at Kirkford, Stewarton. Aged 20 years. Eldest son of Mr James Gibson, bonnet manufacturer

Mitchell, Hugh on 18/11/1856 at St Germain St. Catrine. In the 14th year of his age. Third son of Mr George Mitchell, flesher, Catrine

Muir, Annie King on 10/11/1856 at the George Hotel, Kilmarnock. Aged 11 months. Infant daughter of Mr John Muir, manager

Seaton, Elizabeth on 07/11/1856 at Bridge Lane, Catrine. In the 10th year of her age. Only daughter of the late Mr James Seaton, weaver, Catrine

Munn, Margaret, and her infant son William H. Richmond on 18/11/1856 at Dalry. Wife and son of Mr James Richmond, miner

Cuthbertson, Jessie on 17/11/1856 at Mossend, Kilbirnie. Daughter of Mr Alexander Cuthbertson, clerk
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Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 105, 29/11/1856

Births:

Love, Female on 25/11/1856 at Knockbuckle. Father: W. F.

Jamieson, Male on 23/11/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: John, shoemaker

Arthur, Female on 11/10/1856 at Belize, British Honduras. Father: Rev. D. Arthur, late of Stewarton

Ferguson, Female on 17/11/1856 at West Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Father: Neil, stoker on railway

Hall, Male, on 21/11/1856 at Halfway, Irvine. Father: James. [The day might be wrong, due to a fold in the paper]

McLeod, Female on 18/11/1856 at King St. Kilmarnock. Father: Donald F., Esq., M.D.


Marriages:
Auld, Robert on 24/11/1856 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Janet, youngest daughter of Mr William Young, baker, Kilwinning

Young, Janet on 24/11/1856 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr Robert Auld, baker

McDonald, John on 25/11/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev Mr. Ronald, to Flora McDougall

McDougall, Flora on 25/11/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev Mr. Ronald, to John McDonald, farm-servant, Border

Blinman, Thomas on 09/07/1856 at St Luke's Church, Adelaide, South Australia by the Rev. J. Pollitt, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Lieut. John Goldie, R.N., Kilmarnock

Goldie, Catherine on 09/07/1856 at St Luke's Church, Adelaide, South Australia by the Rev. J. Pollitt, to Thomas Blinman, youngest son of the late John Blinman, Esq., of Hallatrow, near Bristol

Brodie, John on 21/11/1856 at Burns St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Agnes, only daughter of Mr Robert Muir

Muir, Agnes on 21/11/1856 at Burns St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Mr John Brodie, Kilmarnock


Deaths:
Allan, James on 27/11/1856 at Stevenston. In the 80th year of his age, after a protracted illness. Late Blacksmith

Brown, William on 27/11/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Mariner

Donaldson, David on 23/11/1856 at Kelvin Grove House, Glasgow

Ward, William on 22/11/1856 at Ardrossan. Many years porter at the Railway Station

Mathie, Isabella on 23/11/1856 at Montgomery Lane, Ardrossan. Relict of the late Malcolm McCrimmon

Black, James, sen. on 24/11/1856 at Troon. Aged 60 years


Mitchell, Margaret on 18/11/1856 at Cumnock. Aged 45 years. Wife of Mr James Crawford, weaver

Sheddan, William on 27/11/1856 at Portincross, West Kilbride. In the 89th year of his age. For upwards of forty years a faithful servant of John Crawford, Esq., of Auchenames. After a long life spent in the zealous and conscientious discharge of his duties, he sank under the infirmities of an advanced old age, esteemed and regretted by all who knew him.
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Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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December 1856

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 106, 06/12/1856


Births:
Guthrie, Female [no date given] at 10 Norfolk St. Glasgow. Father: William, clothier

Hutchison, Male on 26/11/1856 at North Giles, parish of Dundonald. Father: James

Dale, Female on 26/11/1856 at Adam's Square, Irvine. Father: James, mason

Nisbet, Female on 28/11/1856 at Symington. Father William, blacksmith

Patrick, Male on 30/11/1856 at Ochiltree Free Manse. Father: Rev. Joseph

Reid, Male on 29/11/1856 at New Bridge St. [no place given]. Father: William

Smith, Female on 29/11/1856 at Symington. Father: Harry, innkeeper

Stirling, [no gender given] on 29/11/1856 at Hill St. Kilmarnock. Father: Patrick


Marriages:
Wyllie, James on 04/12/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Bryce, Esq.

Bryce, Margaret on 04/12/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Captain James Wyllie of the ship "Albion"

Paisley, Christie on 02/12/1856 by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mary McNeil

McNeil, Mary on 02/12/1856 by the Rev. John Bryce, to Christie Paisley

Ferguson, William on 05/12/1856 by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mary Crawford

Crawford, Mary on 05/12/1856 by the Rev. John Bryce, to William Ferguson

Davidson, John F. on 25/11/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. T. Jamieson, to Mary, only daughter of the late Mr Matthew Finlay, Kilmarnock

Finlay, Mary on 25/11/1856 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. T. Jamieson, to Mr John F. Davidson, stationer

Raeburn, H. T. on 29/11/1856 at Springvale, Dundonald Road, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Main, to Jane, eldest daughter of Hugh Young, Esq., druggist

Young, Jane on 29/11/1856 at Springvale, Dundonald Road, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Main, to H. T. Raeburn, manufacturer


Deaths:
Stevens, Catherine Campbell on 05/12/1856 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Aged 10 years 10 months. Daughter of Dr. James Stevens

Davie, Robert William on 04/12/1856 at Montgomerie St. Ardrossan. Infant son of Mr W. Davie

McLymont, John on 04/11/1856 at Demerara. Aged 27. Carpenter in the Adam Carr

Pettigrew, Elizabeth on 29/11/1856 at Dalry. Aged 17 months. Daughter of Mr John Pettigrew, engine-keeper

Thomson, Catherine on 27/10/1856 at Owensburg, United States. Wife of Mr Robert Craig, late of New Cumnock, Ayrshire

Gilchrist, Rev. William A.M. on 02/12/1856 at the Manse, Dalmellington

Highet, Campbell on 19/11/1856 at Shannon Farm, Isle of Arran. Aged 66 years—Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Houston, James on 25/11/1856 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 70 years. Muslin-weaver

Lang, Jane on 02/12/1856 at Burnside, Kilmarnock. In the 85th year of her age. Eldest daughter of the late Mr Gilbert Lang, minister of Largs

McHarg, Elizabeth on 23/11/1856 at Sandbed Lane, Kilmarnock. Aged 9 years. Youngest daughter of Mr William McHarg

McKerow, John on 22/11/1856 at Cumnock. In the 86th year of his age. Formerly merchant there

Thomson, Hugh sen. on 01/12/1856 at Cumnock. Aged 66 years

Currie, James on 30/11/1856 at Mauchline. Aged 22. Painter on wood and glass. This young man was the only surviving son of parents who had seen a family of four all arrived at man or woman's estate, and all swept away by the fell destroyer, leaving them like two aged trees bereft of all their boughs.
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