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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 119, 07/03/1857

Births:

Nicol, Male on 02/03/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Archibald

McClure, Female on 05/03/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Andrew, coach driver

McKay, Female on 18/02/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: John, wright

Robertson, Female on 23/02/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Malcolm, mariner

Linton, Male on 04/03/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Robert, wright

Breckenridge, Female on 04/03/1857 at Glen, Stevenston. Father: Henry

Foulds, Female on 02/03/1857 at Mauchline. Father Mr Foulds, Esq., surgeon

Holmes, Male on 21/02/1857 at Fullarton Place, Irvine. Father: J.

Raeside, Male on 20/02/1857 at the Star Inn, Kilmarnock. Father: Francis, spirit-dealer


Marriages:
Anderson, William on 23/02/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Miss Eliza Brown, Stewarton

Brown, Eliza on 23/02/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr William Anderson, mason, Stewarton

McSkimming, Thomas on 02/03/1857 at Ayr by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Jane, daughter of Mr David Reid, ropemaker, there

Reid, Jane on 02/03/1857 at Ayr by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Mr Thomas McSkimming, Glasgow


Deaths:
Williams, Captain, on 03/03/1857 at Ardrossan Harbour. Captain of the ship "John Parry"

Adam, Mary on 01/03/1857 at Musselburgh. In her 93rd Year. Relict of the Rev. John Hendry, minister of Ardrossan, and daughter of the late Rev. Dr Adam, minister of the Mid Parish, Greenock

Hamilton, Jane on 26/02/1857 at Greenhill Place, Glasgow. In the 80th year of her age. Relict of Captain John Poe, harbourmaster there

Logan, Jean on 27/02/1857 at Dalry. Aged 8 years. Third daughter of Mr Archibald Logan, pitheadsman

Ross, Jane on 26/02/1857 at Dalry. Aged 6 months. Daughter of Mr Francis Ross, wright

Walker, Mrs on 27/02/1857 at High Fenwick. In the 98th year of her age – up to the last few days all her faculties remained unimpaired

Allan, Mrs on 23/02/1857 at Lochwinnoch. Aged 89. Wife of John Allan

Shields, Jessie on 01/03/1857 at Troon. Aged 21 years. Daughter of Mr Shields, merchant

Parker, H. on 01/03/1857 at Benacres, Symington. At an advanced age. Farmer there

Park, John on 28/02/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 70th year of his age. Spinning-master, Catrine Works
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 120, 14/03/1857

Births:

Findlay, Female on 06/03/1857 at High St. Newmilns. Father: Andrew

Robb, Male on 09/03/1857 at Troon. Father: John

Lennox, Female on 07/03/1857 at Common Farm, Auchinleck. Father: John

Campbell, Female on 07/03/1857 at Gordon Place, Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: William, draper

McGurk, Female on 13/03/1857 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father: James

Bellamy, Male on 18/11/1856 at Forest Creek, Victoria. Father: J. T.


Marriages:
McKinlay, Walter on 05/03/1857 at 2 Morrison St. Ayr by the Rev. Robert Weir, to Agnes Moore, second daughter of Captain James Dick, late of Saltcoats

Dick, Agnes Moore on 05/03/1857 at 2 Morrison St. Ayr by the Rev. Robert Weir, to Mr Walter McKinlay, chief mate of the ship "Micmac" of Glasgow

Paton, John [no date] at Avenue St. Stewarton by the Rev. Robert Smith, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr William Calderwood

Calderwood, Margaret [no date] at Avenue St. Stewarton by the Rev. Robert Smith, to Mr John Paton, plasterer, Kilmarnock

Smith, William on 03/03/1857 at Sharron Place, Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr John Blair, baker, late of Dalry

Blair, Ann on 03/03/1857 at Sharron Place, Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to Mr William Smith, provision merchant


Deaths:
Templeton, Agnes on 06/03/1857 at Ardeer. Aged 18 months. Daughter of John Templeton, gardener

Hood, Lydia Mrs on 06/03/1857 at Main St. Newmilns

Brown, Thomas, Esq. of Ashby on 08/03/1857 at High St. Irvine

Stirling, Mrs on 10/03/1857 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Wife of Mr George Stirling, seaman

Collins, Robert suddenly on 03/03/1857 at Ardeer Iron Works. Late of Parkhead, Glasgow

Lindsay, Jean on 05/03/1857 at Hallriggs, near Galston. In the 80th year of her age. Relict of Mr Gavin Lindsay, farmer Muirhouse, parish of Loudoun
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 121, 21/03/1857

Births:

Doak, Male on 15/03/1857 at Overton, Beith. Father: James, farmer

Markland, Female on 14/03/1857 at Stewarton. Father: James

McCall, Twins, a son and a daughter on 13/03/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: Adam, mechanic, Catrine Works

Patrick, Male on 10/03/18587 at Mill Lane, Kilmarnock. Father: Robert, carpet-weaver


Marriages:
Lockhart, Robert on 10/03/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Symington, to Annabella, eldest daughter of the late William Wilson, Esq., merchant, Glasgow

Wilson, Annabella on 10/03/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Symington, to Robert Lockhart, Esq., merchant, Montreal

Smith, David on 17/03/1857 at Elmbank, Irvine by the Rev. William Hutcheson, of Johnstone, to Helen, daughter of the late Mr John Burns, Shipmaster, Greenock

Burns, Helen on 17/03/1857 at Elmbank, Irvine by the Rev. William Hutcheson, of Johnstone, to David Smith, Esq., Inspector of Stamps and Taxes, Inverness

Allan, William on 17/03/1857 at Auchenhove, near Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Miss Jane, youngest daughter of Andrew Mathie, Esq., Auchenhove

Mathie, Jane on 17/03/1857 at Auchenhove, near Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to William Allan, Esq., baker, Kilbirnie


Deaths:
Henderson, Matthew on 17/03/1857 at Mill Farm, Ardrossan. Only son of Mr Matthew Henderson, farmer

Hedley, Thomas on 17/03/1857 at Riccarton. Mason

Lindsay, Jean on 05/03/1857 at Hallriggs, near Galston. In the 80th year of her age. Relict of Mr Gavin Lindsay, farmer, Muirhouse, parish of Loudoun

Mair, Thomas on06/03/1857 at Cairnhill Farm, parish of Galston. Aged 75 – a man of excellent character, whose death will be much felt by all who were favoured with his acquaintance, and especially by those who were the objects of his kindly regards

Barr, James on 15/03/1857 at Fenwick. Only son of Mr Walter Barr, weaver

Muir, Janet on 13/03/1857 at Troon. Aged 16 years. Daughter of Mr David Muir, Sawyer

Speirs, William, Esq. on 11/03/1857 at Titchfield St. Kilmarnock. Aged 71. Commander, R.N.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 122, 28/03/1857

Births:

Young, Male on 21/03/1857 at Kilwinning. Father: William

McMillan, Female on 20/03/1857 at Howgate, Kilwinning. Father: John

King, Male on 21/03/1857 at West Kilbride. Father: William

Sloan, Male on 22/03/1857 at Wheatrig. Father: John, ploughman there

King, Male on 23/03/1857 at Bridgegate, Irvine. Father: William, Esq., surgeon

Mitchell, Male on 23/03/1857 at High St. Irvine. Father: Henry

McKie, Female on 17/03/1857 at Ford St. Catrine. Father: William

Wyllie, Female on 19/03/1857 at Overmills, by Ayr. Father not named


Marriages:
Hendry, William on 20/03/1857 at Townhead, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Anne Cowan, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Fisher, Townhead, Catrine

Fisher, Anne Cowan on 20/03/1857 at Townhead, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr William Hendry, Irvine

Robertson, Robert on 16/03/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, to Jeanie, eldest daughter of James Wyllie, Esq., bonnet manufacturer, Stewarton

Wyllie, Jeanie on 16/03/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, to Mr Robert Robertson, teacher


Deaths:
Arbuckle, Robert on 22/03/1857 at Waterloo St. Kilmarnock. Deservedly regretted

Guthrie, Jeanie on 24/03/1857 at 10 Grove St. Cowcaddens, Glasgow. Only daughter of Mr Christopher Guthrie

Hamilton, Mrs on 17/03/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Relict of Captain James Hamilton

Smith, James on09/03/1857 at Stevenston. Merchant

Allan, Margaret on 16/03/1857 at Bridge St. Catrine. Aged 5 months. Youngest daughter of Mr William Allan, grocer and spirit-dealer

Connell, William Wilson on 18/03/1857 at Troon. Infant son of Mr David Connell – Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Muir, Robert on 22/03/1857, of apoplexy, at Howlet Burn, near Galston. Aged 56 years

McKenzie, Mary on 20/03/1857 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Daughter of the late Mr William McKenzie

Ramage, Ann on 19/03/1857 at Cumnock. Wife of Mr David McLeod, wright, there

Russell, Mary on 22/03/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine. In the 71st year of her life. Relict of the late Mr Arnold McLymont, mason, Catrine

Campbell, Margaret on 21/03/1857 at Grange St. Kilmarnock. Wife of Mr William Paterson, carpet-weaver

Paton, Mary Ann on 19/03/1857 at Girvan. Aged 9 months. Daughter of Mr Allan Paton, flesher

Wilson, Janet on 12/03/1857 at Waterside, Irvine. Wife of Lieut-Col. William Shaw, late of H.M.'s 22 Regiment of foot

Stewart, Mrs Shaw on 18/03/1857 at Kirkford, near Stewarton. Aged 78 years

Mack, John on 25/03/1857 at Titchfield St. Kilmarnock. Son of Thomas Mack, Esq.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 123, 04/04/1857

Births:

Allan, Male on 27/03/1857 at Main St. Newton, Ayr. Father: John, clothier

Smart, Female on 29/03/1857 at Hall of Caldwell, Beith. Father: A. C.

Maxwell, Female on 28/03/1857 at Dalmellington. Father: Robert, passenger guard on the A. & D. Railway

McNidder, Female on 25/03/1857 at the School House of Kingsbarns, Newton Green, Ayr. Father: James, Captain


Marriages:
Shaw, Robert on 31/03/1857 at Bridgend, Dalkeith by the Rev. Dr. Brown, to John Anne, only child of the late John Kesson, Esq., Surgeon, North Berwick

Kesson, John Anne on 31/03/1857 at Bridgend, Dalkeith by the Rev. Dr. Brown, to Major Robert Shaw, H.E.I.C.S. [Honourable East India Company Service], Ardrossan

Railton, Robert on 24/03/1857 at Deanside, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. Black, Free Church, Tillicoultry, to Agnes, daughter of Mathew Thomson, Esq.

Thomson, Agnes on 24/03/1857 at Deanside, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. Black, Free Church, Tillicoultry, to Robert Railton Esq., manufacturer


Deaths:
McMillan, John on 15/03*/1857 at Ardrossan. Only son of James McMillan, watchmaker. *The ASH gives the date as 15/04.

Baird, Marion, Mrs on 28/03/1857 at No. 2 Kirk Port, Ayr. Aged 79 years

Ritchie, Elizabeth on 02/04/1857 at Schoolwell St. Stevenston. Aged 2 years and 4 months. Daughter of Robert Ritchie

Kay, Elizabeth on 29/03/1857 at Corn Mill St. Catrine. In the 75th year of her age. Relict of Mr John Brash, pensioner of the Scots Greys

Scott, Isabella on 26/03/1857 at Alloway St. Ayr. Second daughter of the late Mr William Scott, mason, Girvan

Love, Margaret suddenly on 23/03/1857 at Whitehall, Maybole. Aged 76 years. Relict of Mr John Shaw, wright

Wallace, James on 26/03/1857 at High St. Maybole. Lieutenant of her Majesty's 27th Enniskillens
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 124, 11/04/1857

Births:

Glasper, Male on 05/04/1857 at New St. Stevenston. Father: James

Kilgour, Male on 06/04/1857 at the New Educational Institution, Mauchline. Father: H. W., Esq.

Andrew, Female on 29/03/1857 at Irvine. Father: Adam, ironmonger

Barclay, Male on 07/04/1857 at Ballochmyle St. Catrine. Father: Robert, Esq.

Gillies, Male on 06/04/1857 at Dreghorn. Father: David

Kennedy, Female on 01/04/1857 at Ballochmyle St. Catrine. Father: H.

McGeachan, Male on 28/03/1857 at Bridge Lane, Catrine. Father: James

McMillan, Male on 01/04/1857 at Fullarton Place, Irvine. Father: Henry, Captain

Thomson, Male on 27/03/1857 at Troon Harbour. Father: William

Wilson, Female on 08/04/1857 at 40 Carrick St. Ayr. Father: A.

Thomson, Male on 07/04/1857 at 17 St. James St. Kingston, Glasgow. Father: Alexander


Marriages:
Borland, David on 30/03/1857 at Mauchline by the Rev. James Fairlie, to Margaret, daughter of Mr Francis Dunlop, spirit-merchant, Mauchline

Dunlop, Margaret on 30/03/1857 at Mauchline by the Rev. James Fairlie, to Mr David Borland, coal-agent

Hamilton, William on 06/04/1857 at George St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Mr Dunlop, to Miss Agnes Stewart, Ayr

Stewart, Agnes on 06/04/1857 at George St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Mr Dunlop, to Mr William Hamilton, mason, Ayr

Lusk, John on 07/04/1857 at Maybole by the Rev. John Stillie, to Ellen, second daughter of John Stillie, Esq., Maybole

Stillie, Ellen on 07/04/1857 at Maybole by the Rev. John Stillie, to John Lusk, Esq., Girvan


Deaths:
Drummond, Agnes on 07/04/1857 at Corn Mill St. Catrine. In the 84th year of her age. Wife of Mr Andrew Muir, late innkeeper, Mill St. Catrine

McKersie, Alexander on 30/03/1857 at Croilburn, parish of Fenwick. In the 80th year of his age. He was a native of Muirkirk

Robb, Thomas on 01/04/1857 at Smithstone, near Mauchline. Infant son of Mr James Robb, farmer

Klawelkis, Michael, lately on an estate in the Government of Vilna, near St. Petersburg. Aged 137 years, 10 months, and 11 days. A peasant

Donald, Robert on 04/04/1857 at Broomhill, parish of Kilwinning. Aged 42 years. Son of William Donald, Esq. of Broomhill – much regretted

Andrew, James Connell on 04/04/1857 at Seafield Cottage, Troon. Aged 26 years. Student of divinity. Youngest son of the late Mr David Andrew, merchant there. He was talented, amiable, and pious. Though looking forward with a longing desire to enter publicly on his Master's work upon earth; yet he was equally willing to submit and enter on the joys of heaven, and to be glorified with Him who best knows how to dispose of the services of His servants. – Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 125, 18/04/1857

Births:

Eaglesome, Female on 16/04/1857 at Craigmark, Dalmellington. Father not named

Forgan, Female on 13/04/1857 at Towerhill, Kilmaurs. Father: Charles, Esq.

Lee, Female on 07/04/1857 at Sandbed Lane, Kilmarnock. Father: Archibald

Ramsay, Male on 11/04/1857 at Greenside, Maybole. Father: Thomas, shoemaker

Samson, Male on 10/04/1857 at Calderhaugh, Lochwinnoch. Father: James

Young, Female on 09/04/1857 at Green St. Newton Green, Ayr. Father: John jr.

Wylie, Female on 11/04/1857 at Castle St. Stranraer. Father: J.


Marriages:
Gilkison, R. B. on 09/04/1857 at St. James's Scotch Church, Swallow St. Piccadilly, London by the Rev. Ronald McPherson, to Jane Patterson, only daughter of the late Peter Montgomerie, Esq. of Knockuart[sic], Ayrshire

Montgomerie, Jane Patterson on 09/04/1857 at St. James's Scotch Church, Swallow St. Piccadilly, London by the Rev. Ronald McPherson, to R. B. Gilkison, Esq., of Port-Glasgow

Allison, Archibald on 10/04/1857 at Crosshill, to Sarah, daughter of Mr John Muirhead, farmer

Muirhead, Sarah on 10/04/1857 at Crosshill, to Mr Archibald Allison, feuar

McKechnie, William on 10/04/1857 at East Wardston House, Edinburgh, to Helen Balfour, widow of William Montgomerie, Esq., H.M. Customs, Greenock

Balfour, Helen on 10/04/1857 at East Wardston House, Edinburgh, to William McKechnie, Esq., M.D. Paisley


Deaths:
Lawrie, James on 14/04/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. Youngest child of Mr James Lawrie, mason

Campbell, Angrew[sic] on 11/04/1857 at Newmilns. In the 81st year of his age. Parochial schoolmaster . Mr Campbell was 57 years a teacher, 53 of which time Newmilns was favoured with his services

Andrew, Mrs Margaret on 06/04/1857 at Beansburn, parish of Kilmarnock. Aged 64 years

Kay, David on 13/04/1857 at London Road, Kilmarnock. At an advanced age. Writer

McGrae, John on 07/04/1857 at Stewarton, Kirkcolm. Mariner

McDowall, Alexander on 06/04/1857 at Stewarton, Kirkcolm. Aged 25 years. Letter-carrier

Wallace, Thomas [no date] at Fours-Farm, Stewarton. Aged 83 years

Thomson, Robert on 10/04/1857 at Glenbuck, Muirkirk. In the 73rd year of his age

Smith, David on 09/04/1857 at Ochiltree. Aged 60 years

Nimmo, Mary on 10/04/1857 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 20th year of her age. Third daughter of Mr John Nimmo, Bleaching Works, Catrine

Dean, Andrew on 14/04/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Aged 60 years. Grocer
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 126, 25/04/1857

Births:

McNeil, Male on 24/04/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Capt. McNeil

Green, Female on 15/04/1857 at Newton-Stewart. Father: Henry

Templeton, Female on 18/04/1857 at High St. Maybole. Father: David, watchmaker

Frieland, Male on 16/04/1857 at Auchinleck. Father: William

Hamilton, Female on 13/04/1857 at Auchinleck. Father: Thomas

Caldow, Male on 17/04/1857 at Auchinleck. Father: Hugh

Wilson, Male on 12/04/1857 at Five roads Cottage, Kilwinning. Father: John, mason


Marriages:
Parker, Adam Grieve [no date] at Bellsland, parish of Riccarton by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Janet Kambie, only daughter of the late Mr Matthew Morrison, farmer in Hairlaw

Morrison, Janet Kambie [no date] at Bellsland, parish of Riccarton by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Mr dam Grieve Parker, farmer in Adamhill

Stevenson, John on 15/04/1857 at Whiteley, Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, United Presbyterian Church, to Janet, third daughter of Mr William Cochrane, farmer, Illinois, America

Cochrane, Janet on 15/04/1857 at Whiteley, Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, United Presbyterian Church, to Mr John Stevenson, draper, Bradford, Yorkshire, eldest son of Mr David Stevenson, farmer, Whiteley, Stewarton

Watt, James on 17/04/1857 at Fenwick by the Rev. Mr Orr, to Janet, daughter of Mr Thomas Wright

Wright, Janet on 17/04/1857 at Fenwick by the Rev. Mr Orr, to Mr James Watt, Yonderton

Gibson, Robert on 20/04/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Christal, to Magdalene, youngest daughter of the late William McLeod, Auchinleck

McLeod, Magdalene on 20/04/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Christal, to Robert Gibson


Deaths:
Glasper, Mrs on 21/04/1857 at New St. Stevenston. Wife of Mr James Glasper

Caldwell, Mary on 17/04/1857 at 4 Alloway Place, Ayr. Relict of John Marshell [sic], Esq., Gilmerton

Nichol, Mrs on 28/03/1857 at Whitehall, Maybole. Midwife

Donaldson, Peter on 16/04/1857 at Hillfoot, parish of Dalrymple. Aged 57 years

Gilles, Alexander on 22/04/1857 at Troon.

Jeffrey, Joseph on 12/04/1857 at Halfway, Irvine. Aged 17 years – much regretted

Currie, Mrs on 19/04/1857 at Kilmaurs. Wife of John Currie, innkeeper

Harvie, Janet on 21/04/1857 at Kilmaurs. At an advanced age. Wife of Archibald Montgomerie, Portioner

Davidson, Joseph on 18/04/1857 at Auchinleck. At an advanced age. After a lingering illness

Smith, Mrs on 21/04/1857 at Loudon St. Mauchline. Aged 65 <ears. Wife of John Smith

Howat, Joan on 20/04/1857 at Dernhoy, Sorn. Aged 70 years. Wife of Mr John Richmond, farmer Dernhoy

Cram, Jane on 24/04/1857 at Kilwinning. Youngest daughter of Mr Alexander Cram, labourer

Eldridge, Sarah on 20/04/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Aged 80
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 127, 02/05/1857

Births:

Reid, Female on 18/04/1857 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Allan, Female on 26/04/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Brown, Female on 27/04/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Thomas

Boyd, Female [no date] at Ardeer Quarry, Stevenston. Father not named

Blakely, Male on 01/04/1857[?] at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father William

Carey, Male on 24/04/1857 at Lochridge, Kilbirnie. Father: William

Dunsmuir, Male on 23/04/1857 at Troon. Father not named

McCulloch, Male on 24/04/1857 at Dalmellington. Father: John

Young, Female on 24/04/1857 at Troon. Father: Robert


Marriages:
Logan, John on 28/04/1857 at Bankend, Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr William Barr, farmer, Bankend

Barr, Margaret on 28/04/1857 at Bankend, Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mr John Logan, Dundonald

Hamilton, James on 16/04/1857 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Margaret, only daughter of the late John Glover, Esq.

Glover, Margaret on 16/04/1857 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Mr James Hamilton, gardener

Reilly, James on 28/04/1857 at Blairland, Dalry by the Rev. John Orr, Kilbirnie, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Alexander Orr, Esq. of Lambroughton

Orr, Margaret on 28/04/1857 at Blairland, Dalry by the Rev. John Orr, Kilbirnie, to Mr James Reilly, farmer, Mount Murray, Isle of Man

Ramsay, Andrew on 28/04/1857 at 222 Buchanan St. Glasgow by the Rev. Duncan McLaren, Port-Glasgow, to Miss Marion Braidwood, Glasgow

Braidwood, Marion on 28/04/1857 at 222 Buchanan St. Glasgow by the Rev. Duncan McLaren, Port-Glasgow, to Mr Andrew Ramsay, grocer, Dalry

Selkirk, Thomas on 27/04/1857 at 13 Monteith Row, Glasgow by the Rev. J. B. Johnstone, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr David Wilson, Mauchline

Wilson, Elizabeth on 27/04/1857 at 13 Monteith Row, Glasgow by the Rev. J. B. Johnstone, to Mr Thomas Selkirk, wood merchant, Hamilton

Ferguson, John on 21/04/1857 at Holmhead, Stewarton by the Rev. Samuel Kennedy, Free Church, Stewarton, to Darcy Robertson, youngest daughter of Hugh Miller, Esq.

Miller, Darcy Robertson on 21/04/1857 at Holmhead, Stewarton by the Rev. Samuel Kennedy, Free Church, Stewarton, to John Ferguson, Esq., of Fullwood

Murdoch, David on 27/04/1857 at Sorn, to Miss Mary Grace Bryson

Bryson, Mary Grace on 27/04/1857 at Sorn, to Mr David Murdoch, Dalry

Symington, Andrew on 29/04/1857 at 2 Clarendon place, Glasgow, to Felicia, third daughter of Archibald Colquhoun, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. [Honourable East India Company Service]

Colquhoun, Felicia on 29/04/1857 at 2 Clarendon place, Glasgow, to Mr Andrew Symington, Commission Merchant



Deaths:
Hunter, John on 01/05/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Flax-dresser

Campbell, Archibald on 24/04/1857 at Greenside, Newmilns. A man highly esteemed by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance

Cochrane, Joseph on 27/04/1857 at Fullarton Place, Irvine. Aged 88 years. Late wine and spirit merchant

Young, Flora on 20/04/1857 at Morton Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 34 years. Wife of Mr George Kelly, tanner

Lockart, Miss Douglas (Cambusnethan) of measles, on 30/04/1857 at Cambusdoon, near Ayr

McAdam, William on 17/04/1857 at Ochiltree Poor House. Aged 84. Late shepherd in Knockguldron, Ochiltree

Pearson, William on 25/04/1857 at Mauchline. At an advanced age

Wilson, Isabella on 23/04/1857 at Mauchline. Daughter of Mr Thomas Wilson, boxmaker

Wyllie, Janet on 19/04/1857 at Railway Cottage, Irvine. Aged 65 years. Wife of Mr William Young, shipping agent
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 128, 09/05/1857

Births:

Crawford, Female on 06/05/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Craig, Female on 07/05/1857 at Crown Inn, Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Brown, Twins, Male and Female on 05/05/1857 at Darnronen, Auchinleck – all are doing well. Father: Andrew

McDonald, Female on 29/04/1857 at Galston. Father: John, baker


Marriages:
Hannah, Joseph on 24/04/1857 at Maybole by the Rev. John Carrick, to Janet, only daughter of Mr James Wood, beamer, Maybole

Wood, Janet on 24/04/1857 at Maybole by the Rev. John Carrick, to Mr Joseph Hannah

Ramsay, Andrew on 28/04/1857 at 222 Buchanan St. Glasgow by the Rev. Duncan McLaren, Port-Glasgow, to Miss Marion Braidwood, Glasgow

Braidwood, Marion on 28/04/1857 at 222 Buchanan St. Glasgow by the Rev. Duncan McLaren, Port-Glasgow, to Mr Andrew Ramsay, grocer, Dalry

Selkirk, Thomas on 27/04/1857 at 13 Monteith Row, Glasgow by the Rev. J. B. Johnstone, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr David Wilson, Mauchline

Wilson, Elizabeth on 27/04/1857 at 13 Monteith Row, Glasgow by the Rev. J. B. Johnstone, to Mr Thomas Selkirk, wood merchant, Hamilton

Cowan, David on 10/05/1857[sic] at Chicago U. S., to Agnes, second daughter of Mr Archibald Taylor, Eglinton, Ayrshire

Taylor, Agnes on 10/05/1857[sic] at Chicago U. S., to Mr David Cowan, farmer, Mison grove, County Illonio[sic]


Deaths:
Millar, Miss Elizabeth on 30/04/1857 at Wood Cottage, Kilwinning. Third daughter of the deceased Thomas Millar. Deeply regretted

Aiton, Agnes on 04/02/1857 at 4 o' Clock P. M. at Glen Haven, Cayuga Co., New York. Aged 32 years and 8 months. Eldest daughter of James Aiton, deceased, native of Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland. She resigned her Spirit to God in peace and in the hope of the gospel, in presence of her husband, John Adair

Reid, Lilias on 28/04/1857 at Dalry. Eldest daughter of Mr James Reid, mason

Brown, Mrs Andrew on 05/05/1857 at Darnronen, Auchinleck. Suddenly.

Allan, John [no date] at Muirlaugh[sic], parish of Ardrossan. Aged 29 years. Farmer, Ridgehouse, Dreghorn. Much regretted

Young, Margaret on 02/05/1857 at Drakemire St. Saltcoats. Relict of the late Mr Thomas Young, for many years teacher of the Saltcoats Ragged School
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 129, 16/05/1857

Births:

Ormond, Male on 09/03/1857 at Kinning Cottage, Emerald Hill, Melbourne. Father: James

Wilson, Female on 09/05/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: John, mason

McFadzean, Male on 10/05/1857 at Howlet Burn, parish of Loudoun. Father: Mr McFadzean

Nisbet, Female on 12/05/1857 at the Gas Works, Galston. Father not named

Nicol, Male on 14/04/1857 at La Talle, Illinois, U.S. Father: John B., late of Ayr

Reid, Female on 30/04/1857 at Gibston, parish of Ochiltree. Father: Thomas

Tagg, Female on 03/05/1857 at West Shaw St. Kilmarnock. Father: Charles, calico-printer

Wilson, Female on 07/05/1857 at Gartsherrie Works. Father: Alexander

McNair, Male on 07/05/1857 at 14 Cathedral St. Glasgow. Father: Andrew


Marriages:
Linn, John on 04/05/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Isabella, daughter of Mr John Highet

Highet, Isabella on 04/05/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Mr John Linn

Wyllie, Thomas on 05/05/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Elizabeth Ramsay, daughter of Mr James Currie, bonnet manufacturer

Currie, Elizabeth Ramsay on 05/05/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Mr Thomas Wyllie, baker


Deaths:
McCloy, or Irvine, Mrs on 09/05/1857 at Galston. Late of Kilmarnock

McMillan, Mrs on 11/05/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Aged 86 years. Relict of James McMillan, tea merchant

Adam, John on 06/05/1857 at Soulis St. Kilmarnock. Aged 38 years. Labourer

Duncan, Thomas on 08/05/1857 at High St. Irvine. Aged 76 years. Hosier

Findlay, James, Esq., of Highgate on 08/05/1857 at Highgate, Beith.

Fulton, James on 19/02/1857 at Bendigo Diggings, Australia. Son of Mr Alexander Fulton, late gamekeeper to the Earl of Orkney, Glenapp, Ayrshire

Connell, Robert on 14/05/1857 at West Netherton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 9 years. Only son of Mr Robert Connell, printer

Barr, Margaret on 14/05/1857 at Whitehurst, Kilwinning. Twin daughter of Mr Jemes[sic] Barr

Law, John on 08/05/1857 at Hillhead, near Newmilns. Weaver

Mackinlay, Lewis Mary on 14/05/1857 at the Newton Free Church Manse, Ayr. Only child of the Rev. James Mackinlay

Mathie, Walter on 04/05/1857 at Garden St. Kilmarnock. Aged 72 years

Meikle, Mary on 07/05/1857 at High St. Irvine. Aged 66 years

Miller, Helen on 11/05/1857 at Kilmaurs. Infant daughter of Mr James Miller, joiner

McDiarmid, Janet on 14/05/1857 at East Bank Road Irvine. Aged 18 years. Niece of Mr John Yuille, bookseller

McMaster, David on 08/05/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 54th year of his age. Draper, late of Ayr

McPherson, Andrew on 08/05/1857 at Newmilns. At an advanced age

Templeton, Daniel, senior on 09/05/1857 at Wood St Catrine. In the 74th year of his age

Gray, Archibald on 24/05/1857[sic] at Greenhouse, Dalry. Aged 66 years

Pollock, Thomas, Esq. on 06/04/1857 at his residence, Pollock Place, Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois, U.S. Aged 45 years. After a short illness of typhoid fever--much and justly regretted. He was a native of Clerkland, Stewarton, Ayrshire
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 130, 23/05/1857

Births:

Kirkhope, Female on 18/05/1857 at Craigston House, Lugar. Father: John, Esq.

Johnston, Female on 21/05/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father; John, grocer

Kennedy, Male on 18/05/1857 at Harbour St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Craig, Male on 20/05/1857 at Kyleshill, Saltcoats. Father John, captain

Caldwell, Female on 11/05/1857 at Ploughland, Dundonald. Father not named

Faulds, Female on 13/05/1857 at Dundonald. Father: James

McAlpine, Male on 09/05/1857 at Lochside, Dundonald. Father not named

McCall, Male on 15/05/1857 at Loudoun St. Mauchline. Father: Mr McCall, artist

McCutcheon, Male on 15/05/1857 at Townend, Maybole. Father: Andrew

Oliver, Male on 18/05/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock. Father: Mr Oliver, draper

Reid, Male on 16/05/1857 at High St. Irvine. Father: William M.

Smith, Female on 18/05/1857 at Kilmarnock. Father: Mr Smith

Alexander, Male on 14/05/1857 at Darlinton[sic], Stewarton. Father: Alexander, dyer

Broadfoot, Male on 14/05/1857 at Newton-Stewart. Father: James

Erskine, Male on 19/05/1857 at Troon. Father: Alexander


Marriages:
Ballingal, David on 30/04/1857 at Dinvin, near Paris, Canada West by the Rev. Mr Stevens, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr William Dryan, Pinmacher, Girvan, Ayrshire

Dryan, Catherine on 30/04/1857 at Dinvin, near Paris, Canada West by the Rev. Mr Stevens, to David Ballingal, Esq., of Towie11/04/1857

McGill, Quintin, jun. on 11/04/1857 at Melbourne, Lower Canada, to Eliza, second daughter of the late Mr John smith, merchant and ship-owner, Ayr

Smith, Eliza on 11/04/1857 at Melbourne, Lower Canada, to Mr Quintin McGill, jun., late of Ayr


Deaths:
Ritchie, Agnes [no date] at her residence, Corporation St. Belfast. Eldest daughter of the late John Ritchie, Esq., formerly of Saltcoats

Jamieson, Arthur Baird on 17/03/1857, drowned near the Falls of the Williamett[sic] River, Oregon, West Coast of North America. Fifth son of the late Robert Jamieson Esq., Brodick Inn, Arran

McLean, Mrs on 16/05/1857 at Ardrossan Harbour. Wife of Mr Peter McLean, harbour officer

Hamilton, Agnes [no date] at Byrehill, Kilwinning. Eldest daughter of Mr Charles Hamilton, farmer

Clark, Walter on 30/04/1857 [no address]. Aged 20 years. Youngest son of William Clark, Esq., Scarbora[sic], formerly of Shutterflat[sic], Beith, Ayrshire

Gray, Mary on 17/05/1857 at Seagate St. Irvine. Aged 69 years. Wife of Mr Alexander Conn. –Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Faulds, Robert on 16/05/1857 at Fairlie Mains, Dundonald.

Crawford, Margaret on 17/05/1857 at Broomknowes, Maybole. Wife of Mr J. H. Reid

Morton, Janet on 13/05/1857 at Templehill, Troon. Wife of Mr William Smith, late of Troon

Hepburn, Mrs on 12/05/1857 at New Road, Mauchline.

Weir, James on 10/05/18/57 at Main St. Maybole. Infant son of Mr James Weir, merchant there

Wason, Hugh on 14/05/1857 at George St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Weaver

Millar, Elizabeth on 15/05/1857 at Overton, Beith. Aged 80 years. Relict of William Dock, farmer there
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