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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 131, 30/05/1857

Births:

Provan, Female on 22/05/1857 at Chapelwell St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert

Hogarth, Male on 26/05/1857 at Whitlees, Ardrossan. Father: William

Logan, Female on 27/05/1857 at Rosebank Cottage, Saltcoats. Father: Charles

Corry, Male on 28/05/1857 at Bradshaw St. Saltcoats. Father not named

Brown, Female on 29/05/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Neil

Douglas, Male on 19/05/1857 at Dreghorn. Father: Mungo

Mason, Male on 23/05/1857 at Corn Mill St. Catrine. Father: James

Thomson, Female on 21/05/1857 at Gillfoot, parish of Symington. Father: Robert

Watson, Female on 26/05/1857 at Newmarket St. Ayr. Father: John, clothier

Hendrie, Male on 25/05/1857 at Meadowbank Cottage, Kilwinning. Father not named


Marriages:
Bowman, Jeannie on 28/05/1857 at Park St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr Robert Cunningham

Cunningham, Robert on 28/05/1857 at Park St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Jeannie, second daughter of Mr A. Bowman

McIntyre, William on 20/05/1857 at West Kilbride by the Rev. John Pollock, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr James Workman, flesher, West Kilbride

Workman, Mary on 20/05/1857 at West Kilbride by the Rev. John Pollock, to Mr William McIntyre, weaver


Deaths:
Doig, Susanna on 23/05/1857 at Bridge St. Catrine. In the 24th year of her age. Wife of Mr William Allan, Spirit-dealer

Wilson, Mary Ann White on 20/05/1857 at Dailly. Second daughter of Mr Hugh Wilson, postmaster

Macfadzean, Mrs on 25/05/1857 at Ardrossan. Widow of the late Alexander Macfadzean Esq., and youngest and last surviving daughter of the late Alexander Oswald Esq., of Sheildhall

Gilmour, Peter on 18/05/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 87 years

Girvan, Elizabeth on 26/05/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 15 years. Daughter of Mr John Girvan

Brydon, Margaret on 18/05/1857 at Abbey Gate, Kilwinning. Aged 4 ½ years.. Second daughter of the deceased Stewart Brydon

Robb, Mary on 06/05/1857 at Montreal, Canada. Aged 56 years. After an illness of only 3 days. The beloved wife of Mr Hugh Boyd. butcher. A native of Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 132, 06/06/1857

Births:

Elliot, Female on 04/06/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: John, blacksmith

Stewart, Female on 03/06/1857 at Crawford's Lodge, Ardrossan. Father: James, seaman

Poole, Female on 27/05/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: E., boot and shoemaker

Dougharty, Male on 27/05/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: John

Breckenridge, Male on 25/05/1857 at Ardrossan. Father; David

Hamilton, Female on 28/05/1857 at Troon. Father not named

Smith, Male on 23/05/1857 at Troon. Father: Robert

Templeton, Male on 30/05/1857 at Troon. Father: William

Moir, Male on 31/05/1857 at the Free Church Manse, Maybole. Father: Rev. James Moir

Meikle, Male on 25/05/1857 at Newton, Catrine. Father: James

Hunter, Male on 31/05/1857 at Girvan. Father: Samuel, spirit-merchant

Kelly, Female on 31/05/1857 at Whithorn. Father: D., printer and bookbinder


Marriages:
Clark, Andrew on 05/06/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr Cross, to Jane Orr

Orr, Jane on 05/06/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr Cross, to Mr Andrew Clark, ship-joiner

Ward, Margaret on 02/06/1857 at Montgomerie Lane, Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr McCall, to Mr George Davis, ship wright

Davis, George on 02/06/1857 at Montgomerie Lane, Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr McCall, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr William Ward

Caldwell, John on 02/06/1857 at Montfod[sic], Ardrossan by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, Saltcoats, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr William Hunter

Hunter, Jane on 02/06/1857 at Montfod[sic], Ardrossan by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, Saltcoats, to John Caldwell, Esq., Elora, County of Wellington, Canada West

Smith, John on 01/06/1857 at Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to Rebecca Hunter, second daughter of the late Mr John Hunter, baker, Dalry

Hunter, Rebecca on 01/06/1857 at Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to John Smith, Esq., of Kersland

Smith, James on 03/06/1857 at Ayr Mills by the Rev. John Robertson, to Anne, seventh daughter of the late Mr John Andrew, farmer, Bogend, Tarbolton

Andrew, Anne on 03/06/1857 at Ayr Mills by the Rev. John Robertson, to Mr James Smith, Ayr Mills


Deaths:
Montgomery, James on 28/05/1857 at Union Place, Kilwinning. Aged 22 years. Tailor

Aird, Benjamin Lambert suddenly on 30/05/1857 at Galston. In the 34th year of his age. Teacher, Barr School

Holborn, Jean on 31/05/1857 at Stewarton. Wife of Mr William Laughland

Craig, Agnes on 05/06/1857 at Nethermill Cottage, West Kilbride. Wife of Mr William Wilson senr.

McArthur, Henry on 26/05/1857 at Kyleshill, Saltcoats. In the 16th year of his age. Only son of Mr John McArthur, quarryman

Allan, Robert on 03/06/1857 at Kirk-port, Ayr. Aged 41 years. Compositor, "Ayr Advertiser" Office

Allan, Mrs Gavin on 22/05/1857 at Whiteleehill, parish of Fenwick

Allison, William on 03/06/1857 at Green St. Newton-Ayr. Age 23 years. Eldest son of the late Mr William Allison, shipmaster

Stirling, Jane on 27/05/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 35th year of her age. Wife of Mr Hugh Anderson, jr., mason

Archibald, Mrs on 22/05/1857 at Broadlie, Dalry. Aged 61 years. Widow of the late Mr Daniel Archibald, farmer, Giffordlandmuir

Becket, Alexander on 02/05/1857 at Ayr, Canada West. Aged 38 years. A native of Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland

Caldwell, Elizabeth on 26/05/1857 at Brown St. Glasgow. Eldest daughter of the late Mr John Caldwell, baker, formerly of Galston

Clark, Walter on 30/04/1857 at Scarborough, Upper Canada. Aged 20 years. Youngest son of William Clark, Esq., formerly of Shitterflat, Beith, Ayrshire

Currie, Marion on 30/05/1857 at Townhead of Gree, Fenwick. In the 21st year of her age. Youngest daughter of the late Mr William Currie, farmer there—deeply regretted by all who knew her

Gillies, John on 26/05/1857 at Stewarton. Son of Mr James Gillies

Orr, Agnes on 28/05/1857 at Girvan. Eldest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Orr
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 133, 13/06/1857

Births:

Stirrat, Female on 10/06/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Sommerville, Male on 08/06/1857 at the Manse, Irvine. Father: Rev. James Sommerville

Barclay, Male on 09/06/1857 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Father: James

Nicol, Female on 09/06/1857 at Hurlford. Father: William, engineer, Portland Iron Works

Gray, Female on 07/06/1857 at Ardeer Mains, Stevenston. Father: John

Dunlop, Female on 06/06/1857 at Douglas Row, Dreghorn. Father: Hugh

Kerr, Female on 08/06/1857 at Meikleyet [Meikle Yett] Saltcoats. Father: Daniel

Dickie, Male on 08/06/1857 at Tannahill, Kilmarnock. Father: David

King, Male on 03/06/1857 at 63 Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Father: William, boot and shoemaker

Pearson, Male on 10/06/1857 at Loudoun St. Mauchline. Father: John

McAlpine, Male on 10/06/1857 at Loudoun St. Mauchline. Father not named

Dale, Male on 10/06/1857 at Kilwinning. Father: William

McWhinnie, Male on 06/06/1857 at the Bakers Arms Inn, Kilmarnock. Father: James

Arthur, Male on 07/06/1857 at Fenwick. Father: James, King's Arms Inn

Begg, Male on 31/05/1857 at 8 Alma St. Govan. Father: Ebinezer


Marriages:
Johnstone, David on 09/06/1857 at Foulds St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Campbell, to Jessie Baird, only daughter of Mr James Thomson

Thomson, Jessie Baird on 09/06/1857 at Foulds St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Campbell, to the Rev. David Johnstone, of Great Hamilton Street Congregational Chapel, Glasgow

Crawford, Andrew on 04/06/1857 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Margaret, eldest daughter of John Wallace, Esq., Kilmarnock

Wallace, Margaret on 04/06/1857 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Mr Andrew Crawford, Milton Grinding Works, Glasgow

Lamb, Edward on 19/05/1857 at 122 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Cochrane, to Campbell Paterson, youngest daughter of the late Mr Robert Allan, Sub-Harbour master, Troon.

Allan, Campbell Paterson on 19/05/1857 at 122 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Cochrane, to Capt. Edward Lamb, of the ship "Eliza Hands" of Liverpool

Russell, Thomas on 05/06/1857 at St. Germain St. Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr David McCall, mason, toll of Catrine

McCall, Margaret on 05/06/1857 at St. Germain St. Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Mr Thomas Russell, moulder

Wright, George on 05/06/1857 at the Crown Hotel, Kirkintilloch by the Rev. Thomas W. Mitchell, of St. David's Kirkintilloch, to Agnes, only daughter of the late John Adams, Esq., Stewarton, Ayrshire

Adams, Agnes on 05/06/1857 at the Crown Hotel, Kirkintilloch by the Rev. Thomas W. Mitchell, of St. David's Kirkintilloch, to George Wright, Esq., Kirkintilloch

Bell, William on 08/06/1857 at 16 South St. Mungo St. Glasgow by the Rev. John Hay, to Miss Agnes H. Campbell, fourth daughter of the late Hugh Campbell, Newtonards

Campbell, Agnes H. on 08/06/1857 at 16 South St. Mungo St. Glasgow by the Rev. John Hay, to William Bell, Esq., Hill Top, West Bromwich, Staffordshire

Fullerton, John on 05/06/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Catherine Fergusson, daughter of Walter Fergusson, pensioner, Scairs(sic)

Fergusson, Catherine on 05/06/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Mr John Fullerton

Murdoch, John on 12/06/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Jean Lymburner Findlay, daughter of Mr John Findlay, Railway Inn, Auchinleck

Findlay, Jean Lymburner on 12/06/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Mr John Murdoch, engineer

Hughes, James on 11/06/1857 at Quay, Irvine by the Rev. David Wilson, Free Church, Fullarton St., to Euphemia, youngest daughter of the late Mr James Dewart, Old Cumnock

Dewart, Euphemia on 11/06/1857 at Quay, Irvine by the Rev. David Wilson, Free Church, Fullarton St., to Captain James Hughes, schooner Joseph Home


Deaths:
McPhail, Margaret Barr on 09/06/1857 at Barr's Square, Ardrossan. Eldest daughter of Mr Angus McPhail, ship-carpenter

Girvan, Mrs on 04/06/1857 at Kirkgate, Irvine. Aged 62 years. Wife of Mr Andrew Girvan, wright

McKenzie, James on 05/06/1857 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Aged 30 years. Tailor. Son of the late Mr William McKenzie-much regretted

Hutchison, Mary on 06/06/1857 at Fairnhill, Paisley. Second daughter of Mr Archibald Hutchison, Esq., of Fairnhill-much and justly regretted

Reid, Marion on 06/06/1857 at Dalmellington. Wife of Mr David Blain

Dunlop, Annie on 08/06/1857 at 11 Cathcart St. Ayr. Second daughter of Mr Samuel Dunlop

Findlay, Male on 05/06/1857 at Hurlford. Infant son of Mr Peter Findlay, Portland Iron Works

Stewart, Rachel on 06/06/1857 at Dalmellington. Wife of Mr William Wilson

Craig, Agnes on 05/06/1857 at Nethermiln Cottage, West Kilbride. In the 65th year of her age, after a severe and lingering illness, borne with Christian patience. Wife of Mr William Wilson, molecatcher.-Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation
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Thanks for continuing to post these Intimations, Irene. We've now made them more widely available to family researchers out there. These, together with Susan's 1960s and 1970s contributions ( here ) I'm sure will be most welcome by researchers, even more so since the loss from the internet of the ASH Intimations database. :(
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 134, 20/06/1857

Births:

Adam, Male on 02/06/1857 at Halfway, Irvine. Father: John, merchant

Crawford, Female on 12/06/1857 at 3 Harbour St. Ayr. Father: James Lindsay, Esq., M.D.

Dunlop, Female Twins on 09/06/1857 at Drumbowie, Fenwick. Father: Robert

Ingram, Female on 16/06/1857 at Newton-head, Ayr. Father: William, jun., watch-maker and jeweller

Kerr, Male on 17/06/1857 at Avenue St. Stewarton. Father: James

Walker, Male on 11/06/1857 at St. Germain St. Catrine. Father: James, baker


Marriages:
Blackwood, Robert on 16/06/1857 at Ardrossan by the Rev. John D. McCall, to Jauet[sic] Ritchie, only daughter of the late William Ford, Esq., coalmaster

Ritchie, Jauet[sic] on 16/06/1857 at Ardrossan by the Rev. John D. McCall, to Robert Blackwood, Esq., carpet manufacturer

Simpson, Samuel H. on 10/06/1857 at 75 Thistle St. Glasgow by the Rev. H. G. Harper, late of Newcastle, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of William Murray, Esq., Writer, Glasgow

Murray, Mary Ann on 10/06/1857 at 75 Thistle St. Glasgow by the Rev. H. G. Harper, late of Newcastle, to Samuel H. Simpson, Esq.

Fergusson, Thomas on 11/06/1857 at Newton-Stewart by the Rev. James Goold [sic], to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr John Simpson, tailor

Simpson, Elizabeth on 11/06/1857 at Newton-Stewart by the Rev. James Goold [sic], to Mr Thomas Fergusson, Balterson

Gairdner, Robert on 11/06/1857 at Craig by the Rev. George Smith, D.D., of the Tollbooth Church, Edinburgh, to Ellison, eldest daughter of William Pollock Morris Esq. of Craig

Pollok Morris, Ellison on 11/06/1857 at Craig by the Rev. George Smith, D.D., of the Tollbooth Church, Edinburgh, to Robert Gairdner, Esq., Kilmarnock

Gunning, John on 12/06/1857 at Dalmellington by the Rev. David Stirling, to Miss Isabella Irvine

Irvine, Isabella on 12/06/1857 at Dalmellington by the Rev. David Stirling, to Mr John Gunning

McMath, James on 16/06/1857 at Dalmellington by the Rev. David Stirling, to Miss Helen Aitken

Aitken, Helen on 16/06/1857 at Dalmellington by the Rev. David Stirling, to Mr James McMath, storekeeper

Smith, Alexander on 15/06/1857 at Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Miss Agnes Paton, eldest daughter of the late Mr George Paton, Farmer

Paton, Agnes on 15/06/1857 at Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Alexander Smith, Esq., of Kersland

Turnbull, John on 12/06/1857 at105 Cowcaddens St. Glasgow by the Rev. Archibald Nisbet, of St. Stephen's, to Miss Agnes Irvine, Ayr

Irvine, Agnes on 12/06/1857 at105 Cowcaddens St. Glasgow by the Rev. Archibald Nisbet, of St. Stephen's, to Mr John Turnbull, painter, Ayr


Deaths:
Cross, John on 16/06/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Son of the Rev. Alexander Cross

Leckie, Robert on 18/06/1857 at Saltcoats. Aged 14 months. Son of Mr William Leckie, baker

Boyd, Robert on 07/03/1857 at Hiscock's Gully, near Ballaret[sic], Australia. Aged 2 years and 6 months, of water on the brain. Only child of Mr James Parker Boyd, late of Ayr, Scotland

Currie, Ann on 16/06/1857 at Troon. Aged 10 years. Daughter of Mr Richard Currie

Hall, James on 17/06/1857 at Troon. At an advanced age

Johnstone, James on 13/06/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine. In the 42nd year of his age. Joiner, Catrine Works

Law, George on 09/06/1857 at Stewarton. Aged 12 years. Second son of Mr John Law

Park, Jane on 13/06/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine. In the 75th year of her age. Wife of Mr Andrew Mitchell, travelling merchant, Catrine

Muir, Mrs on 11/06/1857 at Bridgegate, Irvine. Aged 80 years

Conner, Elizabeth on 14/06/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 69th year of her age. Wife of Mr William McLeod, feuar, Catrine

Howie, William on 18/06/1857 at Kilbirnie. Carter

Yeudall, Abram on 14/06/1857 at Galston. Aged 77 years - much respected in life by all classes

Boyd, James on 11/06/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock. Aged 65 years. Officer in King Street U.P. Church – highly respected by all the members

Blane, Janet Stevenson [no date] at King St. Kilmarnock. Eldest daughter of the late Mr Blane, Police Establishment there

Findlay, Janet [no date] at 45 Grange St. Kilmarnock. Aged 77. Wife of Mr William Howie, carpet weaver
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 135, 27/06/1857

Births:

Murchie, Male on 22/06/1857 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Father: Archibald, compositor, Herald Office

Stirling, Male on 22/06/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Hugh

Sim, Male on 22/06/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Calderwood, Male on 14/06/1857 at Barkip Store, Dalry. Father: Hugh

Corson, Male on 16/06/1857 at Girvan Manse. Father: Mr Corson

Fleck, Male on 15/06/1857 at Bridgegate Irvine. Father: William

Porter, Female twin on 17/06/1857 and
Porter, Male twin on 18/06/1857 at Porterstone, Dundonald. Father not named

Stirrat, Male on 16/06/1857 at High St. Irvine. Father: James, irondresser

Wilson, Male on 21/06/1857 at Cross St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: John, cabinet-maker


Marriages:
Guthrie, James on 23/06/1857 at George St. Wallacetown by the Rev. Henry Gibson A.M., to Jeanie, eldest daughter of Mr Peter Wilson, builder, Wallacetown

Wilson, Jeanie on 23/06/1857 at George St. Wallacetown by the Rev. Henry Gibson A.M., to Mr James Guthrie, watchmaker, Dalmellington

Livingstone, John E. on 18/06/1857 at Barossa Place [no town, probably Perth] by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, Irvine, to Elizabeth Galt, eldest daughter of the late John Miller Esq., Collector of Customs, Perth

Miller, Elizabeth Galt on 18/06/1857 at Barossa Place [no town, probably Perth] by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, Irvine, to John E. Livingstone Esq., banker, Perth

Nimmo, Claud on 19/06/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mary, twin daughter of Mr Andrew Mitchell, travelling merchant, Catrine

Mitchell, Mary on 19/06/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr Claud Nimmo, labourer, Catrine brewery

Logan, John on 16/06/1857 at 6 Stanley Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Professor Fairbairn, to Miss Mary McCallum

McCallum, Mary on 16/06/1857 at 6 Stanley Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Professor Fairbairn, to Mr John Logan, commercial Traveller

Gibson, James on 23/06/1857 at Catrine by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Miss Susan Miller, Catrine

Miller, Susan on 23/06/1857 at Catrine by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Mr James Gibson, Jun., Mauchline


Deaths:
Kerr, Hugh on 12/06/1857 at Sorbie, Ardrossan. Eldest son of Mr Robert Kerr, farmer

Reid, Mrs on 13/06/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Relict of Mr Thomas Reid, Esq., Staklehill

Brown, James on 16/01/1857 at Liverpool. On his way from St. Helens, to Scotland. Late of Eglinton Mains

Chrystal, David on 21/06/1857 at Auchinleck Manse. Aged 13 years. Son of the Rev. James Chrystal

Gairdner, Robert on 12/06/1857 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Aged 55 years. Coachmaker

Hamilton, Jane on 20/06/1857 at Garnock St. Dalry. Only daughter of W. B. Hamilton, Esq., M.D.

Findlay, Janet [no date] at Grange St. Kilmarnock. Aged 75. Wife of Mr William Howie, carpet-weaver

Mills, Marion on 20/06/1857 at Main St. Newton. Aged 20 months. Daughter of Mr John Mills, turner, &c.

Bodan, Margaret on 18/06/1857 at Girvan. Aged 77 years. Relict of Mr David Ross, Sandhout, Kirkoswald

Craig, Mary on 11/06/1857 at Portincross. Eldest daughter of the late Mr Robert Craig, miller, Seamill

Banks, Charles [no date] at Fayetteville, North Carolina, America. Native of Stevenston, Ayrshire
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 136, 04/07/1857

Births:

Beveridge, Male on 29/06/1857 at Barrhill, Cumnock. Father: Robert Morris

Chambers, Male on 24/06/1857 at Wallace St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: William

Horsburg, Male on 18/06/1857 at Bonnieton Square, Kilmarnock. Father not named

McKenzie, Female on 20/06/1857 at Glasgow Vennel, Irvine. Father: Hugh

Robertson, Female on 21/06/1857 at Feorline, Shiskine, Arran. Father: Archibald

Frew, Female on 01/07/1857 at Hill Place, Kirkcaldy. Father: David


Marriages:
Glen, Thomas on 01/07/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Mary, daughter of the late Captain Robert Baillie

Baillie, Mary on 01/07/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Mr Thomas Glen

Saffi, Aurelis[sic] on 30/06/1857 at St. George's, Hanover Square, London by the Rev Dr Henry Wellesley, Principal of the New Inn Hall, Oxford, to Georgina Janet, second daughter of John Craufurd, Esq., of Auchenames

Craufurd, Georgina Janet on 30/06/1857 at St. George's, Hanover Square, London by the Rev Dr Henry Wellesley, Principal of the New Inn Hall, Oxford, to Count Aurelis Saffi, of Forli, Romagna

Burns, J. Todd on 26/06/1857 at Laigh Fenwick by the Rev William Orr, to Agnes, daughter of Mr Robert Montgomery

Montgomery, Agnes on 26/06/1857 at Laigh Fenwick by the Rev William Orr, to Mr J. Todd Burns

Crawford, John on 30/06/1857 at Newmilns by the Rev. James Allan, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Mr Robert Haddow, grazier there

Haddow, Elizabeth on 30/06/1857 at Newmilns by the Rev. James Allan, to Mr John Crawford, station manager, Waterside

Gibson, James on 23/06/1857 at the house of Mr Thomas McKissock, uncle to the bride, by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Susanna, fourth daughter of the late Mr William Millar of Cunninghamhead saw mills

Millar, Susanna on 23/06/1857 at the house of Mr Thomas McKissock, uncle to the bride, by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Mr James Gibson, cabinet-maker, Mauchline

Russel, John on 22/06/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Miss Grace Gibson, Queen St.

Gibson, Grace on 22/06/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr John Russel, Storekeeper


Deaths:
Hamilton, George on 25/06/1857 at Byrehill, Kilwinning. Son of Mr Charles Hamilton

Shedden, David on 26/06/1857 at Coreshill [Corsehill] Head, Kilwinning. Aged 50 years. Farmer

Abell, Thomas, of typhus fever on 23/06/1857 at Crookedholm, parish of Kilmarnock. Aged 23 years. Engine-fitter. A native of Derbyshire, England

Mitchell, Mary on 26/06/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 74th year of her age. Wife of Mr James Cook, grocer and cowfeeder

Cunninghame, Thomas Smith, Esq., of Caprington on 30/06/1857 at Caprington Castle, Ayrshire

Dunn, James on 27/06/1857 at Fullarton Place, Irvine. Aged 7 years. Son of Mr Hugh Dunn

Meikle, James on 26/06/1857 at Newton, Catrine. Late ploughman to Mrs Hyslop, Laigh Logan

Whyte, George on 20/06/1857 at East Raws, parish of Kilmarnock. Aged 20 years. Son of Mr Thomas Whyte, farmer
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 137, 11/07/1857

Births:

Hamilton, Male on 08/07/1857 at Melbourne Crescent, Saltcoats. Father: James

McDade. Female on 29/06/1857 at Drakemire St. Saltcoats. Father: George, mother Margaret, née Finnie

McKinnon, Female on 05/07/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: William

Baird, Female on 03/07/1857 at Annick Lodge Colliery. Father: Dougald


Marriages:
Carmichael, John H. on 08/07/1857 at Gardenhill, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Jessie, daughter of the late Mr William Hillhouse, Kilmarnock

Hillhouse, Jessie on 08/07/1857 at Gardenhill, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr John H. Carmichael, shipowner, Greenock


Deaths:
Smith, Mrs on 08/07/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats

Niven, Henry [no date] on board the "Champion of the Seas", on her passage from Melbourne to Liverpool. Late of Saltcoats. Friends will please accept of this intimation

Niven, Robert [no date] on board the "Champion of the Seas", on her passage from Melbourne to Liverpool. Late of Greenock

Watt, Janet on 05/07/1857 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Aged 18 years. Daughter of Mr Robert Watt, ropespinner

Lymburn, William on 04/07/1857 at Auchinleck. At an advanced age. Late farmer in Ramigeston[sic] [Ramageton]

Peden, James on 08/07/1857 at Crookedholm near Kilmarnock. Joiner, late of Auchinleck – much regretted

Highet, Janet on 04/07/1857 at Gillmill, Stewarton. Aged 31 years. Fourth daughter of Mr Thomas Highet, farmer there

Cunningham, Ann on 06/07/1857 at Greenfoot House, Kilwinning. Aged 93 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 138, 18/07/1857

Births:

Brown, Male on 16/07/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: John, grocer

Williams, Male on 07/07/1857 at Montgomerie St. Ardrossan. Father: Owens, captain

Caldwell, Female on 08/07/1857 at Boydston, Ardrossan. Father: William

Reid, Female on 07/07/1857 at the Union Bank of Scotland, Troon. Father: A. C., Esq.

Reid, Female on 13/07/1857 at the United Presbyterian Manse, Newton-Stewart. Father: Rev. William

Watson, Male on 14/07/1857 at the Brewery, Ayr. Father: James

Giffeny, Male on 08/07/1857 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Father not named

Clark, Female on 09/07/1857 at Birmknowe[sic] [Birnieknowe], Auchinleck. Father: William

Gregg, Male on 13/07/1857 at Galston. Father: James, Revenue Officer


Marriages:
Harkness, William T on 13/07/1857 at Dalrymple by the Rev. Mr Gibson, to Agnes, only daughter of Mr William Gairdner, clothier

Gairdner, Agnes on 13/07/1857 at Dalrymple by the Rev. Mr Gibson, to Mr William T. Harkness, civil-assistant, Ordnance Survey

Watson, Andrew on 10/07/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr. Campbell, to Isabel, fifth daughter of Mr Matthew Paterson

Paterson, Isabel on 10/07/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr. Campbell, to Mr Andrew Watson


Deaths:
Brown, John on 02/07/1857 at Laigh Fenwick. In the 80th year of his age

Howatt, Agnes on 11/07/1857 at 195 Eglinton St. Glasgow. Age 25 years. Wife of Mr Andrew Beaton, accountant

Kennedy, Agnes on 09/07/1857 at Fullshaw[sic], parish of Stewarton. Aged 86 years. Relict of Mr Matthew Craig, farmer

Kerr, James on 14/07/1857 at Stewarton. Aged 67 years. Damask manufacturer

Broadfoot, Isabella on 05/07/1857 at Stewarton. Aged 76 years. Relict of Mr John Sommerville, flesher, there

Watchman, Jessie on 12/07/1857 at Auchinleck. Daughter of Mr James, Watchman, mining engineer

Cockburn, Margaret on 14/07/1857 at Halfway House, Auchinleck. Aged 15 years. Daughter of Mr James Cockburn

Yuille, Mary on 12/07/1857, of scarlet fever, at Darconnar Square, Auchinleck. Daughter of the late Mr William Yuille
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 139, 25/07/1857

Births:

Ritchie, Male on 24/07/1857 at Hill St. [no town]. Father: Joseph

Barclay, Female on 17/06/1857 at Plantation Everton, Berbice. Father: James

Johnstone, Female on 22/07/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning. Father: Alexander

Campbell, Female on 17/07/1857 at Victoria Park, Ayr. Father: James

Highet, Female on 16/07/1857 at Troon. Father: John

Millar, Female on 20/07/1857 at Troon. Father: William, Captain

Murdoch, Male on 15/07/1857 at Cassillis St. Ayr. Father: John


Marriages:
Sinclair, Colin on 17/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Miss Agnes Muir

Muir, Agnes on 17/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr Colin Sinclair, shoemaker

Crawford, James on 22/07/1857 at the United Presbyterian Manse, Beith by the Rev. James Martin, to Jessie, youngest daughter of James Meikle, D.D., Beith

Meikle, Jessie on 22/07/1857 at the United Presbyterian Manse, Beith by the Rev. James Martin, to James Crawford Esq.

McKenzie, Hugh on 20/07/1857 at the Crown Hotel, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Bethia, daughter of Mr William Miller

Miller, Bethia on 20/07/1857 at the Crown Hotel, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Mr Hugh McKenzie

Stevenson, William [no date] at Balgray, parish of Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to Jane, eldest daughter of R. D. Allison Esq., Balgray

Allison, Jane [no date] at Balgray, parish of Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to William Stevenson, Esq., Smithstone, Kilwinning

Wood, Hugh on 17/07/1857 at Main St. Newton, Ayr by the Rev. James Stevenson A.M., to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Captain David Moffat

Moffat, Mary on 17/07/1857 at Main St. Newton, Ayr by the Rev. James Stevenson A.M., to Mr Hugh Wood, painter


Deaths:
Lynch, James on 19/07/1857 at the Green, Kilwinning. Aged 67 years

Brown, John on 20/07/1857 at 8 Killoch Place, Ayr. Youngest son of the late John Brown, Esq.

Campbell, Thomas on 19/07/1857 at Annfield, Irvine. Aged 28 years. Second son of Provost Campbell

Currie, Jane on 21/07/1857 at Ford St. Catrine. In the 49th year of her age. Eldest daughter of the late Charles Currie, Catrine

Wilson, W. on 16/07/1857 at Girvan. Aged 36 years. Of the Commercial Inn
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 140, 01/08/1857

Births:

Hendry, Female on 26/07/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: John, merchant

Cross, Male on 27/07/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Rev. Alexander

Bell, Male on 27/07/1857 at Galston Parochial Schoolhouse. Father: William

Anderson, Male on 28/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: David, grocer

Cavenie, Female on 21/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: Robert

Logan, Female on 27/07/1857 at Mauchline. Father: W. C., teacher

Manson, Male on 23/07/1857 at Mill St. Ayr. Father: John

Martin, Male on 21/07/1857 at Whitehill, Symington. Father: John

Paton, Female on 28/07/1857 at Troon. Father: James

Thomson, Female on 28/07/1857 at Fergushill School House, parish of Kilwinning. Father: Andrew, teacher


Marriages:
Sinclair, James on 24/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning by the Rev. Mr Stevenson, to Miss Elizabeth Murphy

Murphy, Elizabeth on 24/07/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning by the Rev. Mr Stevenson, to Mr James Sinclair

Ayres, Arthur [no date] at Hamilton, Canada West by the Rev. David Inglis, to Isabel Semple, daughter of Maitland Young, Esq., late of Ayr

Young, Isabel Semple [no date] at Hamilton, Canada West by the Rev. David Inglis, to Arthur Ayres, Esq., engineer, G.W.R.R

Henderson, John on 24/07/1857 at Cumnock by the Rev. John McAuslane, to Ann, second daughter of Mr John Moodie, weaving agent

Moodie, Ann on 24/07/1857 at Cumnock by the Rev. John McAuslane, to Mr John Henderson, compositor, Glasgow

Morton, John on 24/07/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Mary, eldest daughter of John Hackstone, Catrine

Hackstone, Mary on 24/07/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Mr John Morton, boxmaker, Mauchline

Granger, Daniel on 28/07/1857 at 42 Bedford St. Glasgow by the Rev. James Knox, of the U.P. Pollock Street Church, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late James Wilkie, Esq., Ayr

Wilkie, Elizabeth on 28/07/1857 at 42 Bedford St. Glasgow by the Rev. James Knox, of the U.P. Pollock Street Church, to Mr Daniel Granger, Warehouseman

Thomson, James on 28/07/1857 at Croft Cottage, Kilmaurs by the Rev. Andrew Gray, to Agnes, daughter of the late Rev. David Robertson, U.P. Church, Kilmaurs

Robertson, Agnes on 28/07/1857 at Croft Cottage, Kilmaurs by the Rev. Andrew Gray, to Mr James Thomson

Harvie, Hugh on 28/07/1857 at Kilmaurs by the Rev. Andrew Gray, to Agnes, only daughter of Mr James Armour, grocer, Kilmaurs

Armour, Agnes on 28/07/1857 at Kilmaurs by the Rev. Andrew Gray, to Mr Hugh Harvie


Deaths:
Grant, Mary Anne on 28/07/1857 at Springvale, near Saltcoats. Of 25 St Vincent St. Glasgow

Gormly, Jane on 16/07/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Aged 8 years. Daughter of William Gormly, Nelston[sic]

Bannatyne, Catherine on 27/07/1857 at Knocklandhill, near Kilmaurs. Infant daughter of Charles Bannatyne, Ardrossan

McNaught, John on 20/07/1857 at 18 Duncan St. Greenock. A native of Stevenston – Acquaintances and friends, will please accept of this intimation

Blackwood, Robert, Esq. on 28/07/1857 at Kilmarnock. Woolspinner

Kelk, George, Esq., on 29/07/1857 at Braehead House [Kilmarnock]. Factor to his Grace the Duke of Portland

Lidderdale, Jean [no date] at Bogriggs House, West Kilbride. Wife of Mr James Kennedy

Young, Jeanie [no date] at Irvine, suddenly. Daughter of Mr Hugh Young

Young, William on 24/07/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning. Aged 80 years

King, Jane on 27/07/1857 at Beith. Youngest daughter of the late Mr James King, merchant

Baxter, Mrs on 26/07/1857 at 111 High St. Ayr. Aged 76 years

Fleming, Janet on 22/07/1857 at Hill St. Irvine. Aged 80 years. Relict of the late James Breckenridge, Esq., Irvine

Ferguson, John, Esq., on 26/07/1857 at Hill Cottage, Irvine. Aged 77 years. Late surgeon of H.M.'s 45th Regiment

Jonas, Charlotte Elizabeth Gome on 23/07/1857 at Green St. Kilmarnock. Aged 12 months. Daughter of the Rev. Edward James Jonas

McDougall, Adam, Esq., on 23/07/1857 at 14 Cathcart St. Ayr. Aged 21 years

White, William Hood on 24/07/1857 at Bank St. Irvine. Youngest son of Dr John White

Stewart, Thomas, Esq. on 22/07/1857 at Barrassie Bank, near Troon. In the 66th year of his age

Macrorie, Catherine on 29/07/1857 at Kirklands, Maybole. Relict of the late Mr James Wilson, farmer, Gallowhill, Maybole
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 141, 08/08/1857

Births:

Alexander, Female on 04/08/1857 at Green St. Saltcoats. Father: James

Dale, Female on 29/07/1857 at East Back Road, Irvine. Father: Robert, farm servant

Gilbraith, Male on 01/08/1857 at High St. Maybole. Father: William, merchant

Lauchland, Male on 30/07/1857 at Witch Road, Kilmarnock. Father: James, Bailie, bonnet manufacturer

Maclure, Male on 31/07/1857 at High St. Maybole. Father: James, flesher

Roxburgh, Male on 26/07/1857 at Ladeside, Kilmarnock. Father: John

Stewart, Female on 04/08/1857 at the Commercial Inn, Troon. Father: James


Marriages:
Kerr, Robert on 04/08/1857 at Stevenston by the Rev. J. Giffen, to Ann, daughter of the late Mr John Walker

Walker, Ann on 04/08/1857 at Stevenston by the Rev. J. Giffen, to Mr Robert Kerr, Ingersoll, Canada West

Isaac, John on 04/08/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. J. Giffen, to Miss Cathrine McFadzean

McFadzean, Cathrine on 04/08/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. J. Giffen, to Mr John Isaac

Willock, George on 04/08/1857 at Irvine by the Rev Mr Scoular, minister of Rothesay, to Mary, eldest daughter of John White, Esq., L.L.D

White, Mary on 04/08/1857 at Irvine by the Rev Mr Scoular, minister of Rothesay, to George Willock, Esq., of the Union Bank of Scotland, Glasgow

Broun, Hugh on 04/08/1857 at Crummock House, Beith by the Rev. Joh C. C. Broun, minister of Ceres, Fifeshire, to Jessie, eldest daughter of the late James Crawford, Esq., of North Bar

Crawford, Jessie on 04/08/1857 at Crummock House, Beith by the Rev. Joh C. C. Broun, minister of Ceres, Fifeshire, to Hugh Broun, Esq., of Broadstone, Beith

Fergusson, George on 28/07/1857 at Cassillis by the Rev. John Milroy, minister of Ballantrae, to Georgina Grace, youngest daughter of the late Archibald Buchanan, Esq., of Auchintorlie

Buchanan, Georgina Grace on 28/07/1857 at Cassillis by the Rev. John Milroy, minister of Ballantrae, to George Ferguson, Esq., eldest surviving son of the late Sir James Ferguson, of Kilkerran, Bart., and of the Lady Henrietta Fergusson

Mair, George on 16/07/1857 at Ladybrow, parish of Galston by the Rev. Dr. Stirling, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Thomas Morton Esq., of Ladybrow

Morton, Agnes on 16/07/1857 at Ladybrow, parish of Galston by the Rev. Dr. Stirling, to Mr George Mair, teacher, Glasgow


Deaths:
White, Mrs on 03/08/1857 at Stevenston Free Church Manse. Wife of the Rev. Mr White

Boyd, Janet on 31/07/1857 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Aged 77 years

Caldwell, Mrs on 04/07/1857 at Waterloo County, Canada. Wife of Gavin Caldwell. Late of Ardneil, West Kilbride

Connel, David on 04/08/1857 at the Poor's House, Wood St. Catrine. Aged upward of 80 years

Paterson, Mary on 31/07/1857 at Troon. Relict of the late Mr John Gillies

Smith, Robert on 28/07/1857 at New Philadelphia, State of Ohio, North America. Aged 63 years. Tailor. A native of the parish of Beith

Weir, Jessie on 30/07/1857 at Adams Cottage, Hill St. Kilmarnock. Youngest daughter of the late James Weir, Esq., Kilmarnock – Friends at a distance are requested to accept of this intimation

Nairn, Janet on 02/08/1857 at Fullwood, parish of Stewarton. Aged 74 years. Relict of the late Mr John Wyllie, farmer
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