Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

For those researching family in the three towns area.
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 154, 07/11/1857

Births:

Morton, Female on 01/11/1857 at Portland Road, Kilmarnock. Father: Alexander

Duncan, Female on 27/10/1857 at Bridge St. Catrine. Father: Alexander

Fulton, Female on 28/10/1857 at Moscow, parish of Kilmarnock. Father: John

Howie, Male, still-born on 31/10/1857 at Hullerhirst, [Stevenston]. Father: Hamilton

McBride, Male on 02/11/1857 at Harbour St. Saltcoats. Father: Alexander

Wyllie, Male on 05/11/1857 at Boarder Farm, parish of Ardrossan. Father: James

Montgomerie, Male on 31/10/1857 at Kilmaurs. Father: Hugh, innkeeper

Millsop, Female on 17/10/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Father: Jackson

McGrath, Male on 24/10/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Father: Patrick

Kenyon, Male on 02/11/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Father: Samuel


Marriages:
Craig, Rev. Robert Clark on 05/11/1857 at Dowanside, Observatory Hill, Glasgow, the residence of the bride's uncle by the Rev. Patrick Clason, D. D., Edinburgh, to Christina Pitcairn, daughter of the late Mr John Pitcairn, frame manufacturer, Glasgow

Pitcairn, Christina on 05/11/1857 at Dowanside, Observatory Hill, Glasgow, the residence of the bride's uncle by the Rev. Patrick Clason, D. D., Edinburgh, to the Rev. Robert Clark Craig, Free Church, Fenwick

Bannytyne, Rev. A. on 28/10/1857 at 9 Rutland Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Ninian Bannytyne, of Old Cumnock, to Ann, only daughter of Neil Jamieson, Esq., Rothesay

Jamieson, Ann on 28/10/1857 at 9 Rutland Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Ninian Bannytyne, of Old Cumnock, to the Rev A. Bannytyne, Warinford, Northumberland

Mair, William on 27/10/1857 at Lowerland, near Mauchline by the Rev. David Thomas, to Jane, only daughter of Mr Richmond, farmer

Richmond, Jane on 27/10/1857 at Lowerland, near Mauchline by the Rev. David Thomas, to Mr William Mair, farmer, Floors, Kilmaurs


Deaths:
Robertson, Malcolm on 01/11/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Carpenter — deeply regretted

Bowie, John on 03/11/1857 at Symington. Aged 23 years. Youngest son of Mr David Bowie, blacksmith, there

Cowan, Sarah, of croup on 30/10/1857 at St John's Town, Dalry. Aged 3 years and 6 months. Daughter of Mr. David Cowan, merchant.

McKnight, Samuel on 27/10/1857 at Dalmellington. Aged 91 years

McNeillie, Samuel on 31/10/1857 at 38 Alloway St. Ayr. Aged 72 years

Edgar, Jean on 26/10/1857 at Burnock Holmes, Ochiltree. Wife of Mr Thomas Cuthbert, there

Boswell, Sir James, baronet, on 04/11/1857 at Auchinleck House, Auchinleck. Much and justly respected for his many amiable qualities, and generous feeling nature

Reid, John Hair, of scarlet fever on 27/10/1857 at Coal Road, Auchinleck. Son of William Reid, labourer

Conlin, Peter on 28/10/1857 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Aged 57 years. Son of Felix Conlin

Morton, James on 01/11/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Infant son of James Morton, builder

Gillies, Agnes on 03/11/1857 at Churchhill, Auchinleck. Aged 3 years. Daughter of John Gillies, pitheadman

Kenyon, Samuel on 04/11/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Son of Samuel Kenyon, iron-miner

McKie, George on 04/11/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Aged 23 years. Son of William McKie, cotton .... [The entry is smudged, possibly weaver]
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 155, 14/11/1857

Births:

Kirkwood, Male on 04/11/1857 at Galston. Father: D., surgeon of the Parochial Board

Bicket, Male on 07/11/1857 at Holm St. Stewarton. Father: James, grocer and spirit-merchant

Barber, Female on 07/11/1857 at Wood St. Catrine. Father: R.

Crawford, Female on 07/11/1857 at Kilbirnie. Father: R., mason

Gibson, Male on 08/11/1857 at Cowgrove, Galston. Father: Allan, farmer

Dunn, Female on 09/11/1857 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Father: Andrew

Aitken, Female on 03/11/1857 at Dalry. Father: John, watchmaker


Marriages:
Dickie, Daniel on 03/11/1857 at Sorbie, Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce of Ardrossan, to Agnes, third daughter of Hugh Chalmers, Esq.

Chalmers, Agnes on 03/11/1857 at Sorbie, Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce of Ardrossan, to Mr Daniel Dickie, merchant, Rothesay

Stevenson, William on 30/10/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. B. Hamilton, to Agness Burgess

Burgess, Agness on 30/10/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. B. Hamilton, to Mr William Stevenson, engineer

Wyllie, W. on 03/11/1857 at Troon by the Rev. J. Fleming, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr Alexander Hamilton, clothier

Hamilton, Margaret on 03/11/1857 at Troon by the Rev. J. Fleming, to Mr W. Wyllie, ship agent

Magee, Edward on 09/11/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. William Hallinan, to Agnes, relict of the late David Elles

Elles, Agnes on 09/11/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. William Hallinan, to Mr Edward Magee

**Craig, Rev. Robert Clark on 05/11/1857 at Dowanside, Observatory Hill, Glasgow, — the residence of the bride's uncle, — by the Rev. P. Clason, D.D. of Edinburgh, to Christina Pitcairn Frame, daughter of the late Mr John Pitcairn Frame, manufacturer, Glasgow

**Frame, Christina Pitcairn on 05/11/1857 at Dowanside, Observatory Hill, Glasgow, — the residence of the bride's uncle, — by the Rev. P. Clason, D.D. Edinburgh, to the Rev. Robert Clark Craig, Free Church, Fenwick

Vallance, William jun, on 30/10/1857 at Kerelaw by the Rev. James Cruikshank, to Helen, second daughter of Mr James Smith, Ploughman

Smith, Helen on 30/10/1857 at Kerelaw by the Rev. James Cruikshank, to Mr William Vallance, jun.

**Correction of the intimation published on 07/11/1857


Deaths:
Macleod, John on 03/11/1857 at Greystonehill, parish of Neilston. Aged 30 years. Cattle dealer. Only surviving son of Mr John Macleod, of Greystonehill—deeply regretted by all who knew him

Vallence, Agnes on 07/11/1857 at Troon. Aged 72 years. Wife of Mr Andrew Campbell

Dunlop, Margaret on 08/11/1857 at Stewarton, Aged 85 years. Relict of the late Mr Andrew Currie, bonnet-manufacturer

Dempster, Mr on 01/11/1857 at west Netherton, Kilmarnock. Aged 86 years

Hastie, Archibald, Esq. on 09/11/1857 at Edinburgh. In the 66th year of his age. M.P. for Paisley. Mr Hastie represented Paisley since the year 1835 or 1836, when he was elected successor to Mr Spiers, of Culreuch

King, Agnes [no date] at 63 Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. In the 21st year of her age. After a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude. Only daughter of the late Mr John King, Kilmarnock

Rennie, Jane on 05/11/1857 at Nelson St. Kilmarnock. Aged 14 years. Daughter of Mr Kennedy Rennie, carpet weaver

Orr, Mary on 11/11/1857 at Rig St. Stewarton. Aged 16 years. Daughter of the late Mr Hugh Orr

Allan, Thomas on 05/11/1857 at Bankend Cottage, by Cumnock
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 156, 21/11/1857

Births:

Mackay, Twins—son and daughter on 04/11/1857 at Barr's Square, Ardrossan. Father: David, Sailmaker

Parker, Male on 18/11/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: J. L., missionary

Hamilton, Male on 12/11/1857 at Newfield Mains, Dundonald. Father not named

Oliver, Male on 18/11/1857 at High St. Ayr. Father: James

Sloan, Female on 03/11/1857 at Craigs, Symington. Father not named


Marriages:
Moore, John on 13/11/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Miss Janet Henderson

Henderson, Janet on 13/11/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr John Moore

Murray, Daniel on 13/11/1857 at Helenton Mill, Symington by the Rev. John Ferguson of the Free Church, to Miss Janet Millar

Millar, Janet on 13/11/1857 at Helenton Mill, Symington by the Rev. John Ferguson of the Free Church, to Mr Daniel Murray, wright at Eglinton

Blair, John on 13/11/1857 at Masonhill by the Rev. William Morison, of the United Presbyterian Church Ayr, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Eccles, farmer, Masonhill, Ayr

Eccles, Jane on 13/11/1857 at Masonhill by the Rev. William Morison, of the United Presbyterian Church Ayr, to Mr John Blair, farmer, Duncanziemuir, Auchinleck


Deaths:
Barclay, Ellen on 17/08/1857 at Waterloo St., Strawberry Hills, Sydney, Australia. Aged 28 years. Wife of George Graham, and daughter of Andrew Barclay, agent, Saltcoats. Deeply regretted.—Friends will please accept of this intimation

Steel, Alexander on 17/11/1857 at Sawmills, Ardrossan. Youngest son of Mr John Steel

Beattie, Mrs on 17/11/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. Wife of Mr David Beattie, engine-driver

Allan, Thomas on 08/11/1857 at Bankend, Cumnock.

McSkimming, Elizabeth on 16/11/1857 at Seaview Place, Newton. Aged 66 years. Wife of Mr James Barclay

Black, Isabella on 17/11/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. Infant daughter of Mr Robert Black, Bleaching Work

Kirk, John on 11/11/1857 at Robbsland, by Ayr. Son of Mr John Kirk, farmer

Pagan, Lilias on 17/11/1857 at Queen St. Stirling, the house of her sister. Daughter of the late George Pagan, Esq., of Irvine.—Friends are requested to accept of this intimation

Wylie, Helen on 13/11/1857 at Mauchline. Relict of the late Mr John Vallance, weaver

Waddell, Annie on 12/11/1857 at Weaver St. Newton, Ayr. Daughter of Mr Robert Waddell

Thomson, John on 15/11/1857 at Alton, parish of Loudoun. Aged nearly 84 years. Wright

Campbell, Agnes Crichton, D. D, on 13/11/1857 at Tabernacle House, London. Aged 62 years. Mrs Campbell was a native of Irvine
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 157, 28/11/1857

Births:

Foggo, Female on 13/11/1857 at Auchinleck. Father: John, gardener

Linskel, Twin daughters on 21/11/1857 at Netherplace House, Mauchline. Father not named

Milligan, Female on 23/11/1857 at Troon Harbour. Father: Thomas, pilot

Lindsay, Male on 18/11/1857 a Auchinleck. Father: William

Cowan, Female on 23/11/1857 at Wheatrig, parish of Dreghorn. Father: George


Marriages:
Hood, Thomas on 20/11/1857 at the Gas Works, Mauchline by the Rev. James Fairlie, minister of the parish, to Miss Helen Person, youngest daughter of the late Mr William Person

Person, Helen on 20/11/1857 at the Gas Works, Mauchline by the Rev. James Fairlie, minister of the parish, to Mr Thomas Hood, box-maker, eldest son of David Hood Esq., Glasgow

Fullarton, William [no date] at 12 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Elizabeth, daughter of John Fergusson, Esq., draper

Fergusson, Elizabeth [no date] at 12 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Mr William Fullarton, merchant, Victoria, Australia

Haggo, Walter on 20/11/1857 at 46 Shamrock St. [Glasgow] by the Rev. David Mitchell, Free St. Luke's, to Helen, second daughter of the late Mr James Clow, farmer, Madderty, Perthshire

Clow, Helen on 20/11/1857 at 46 Shamrock St. [Glasgow] by the Rev. David Mitchell, Free St. Luke's, to Mr Walter Haggo, Kilmarnock

Bankier, William Dougall, on 18/11/1857 at 4 Royal Circus [Glasgow] by the Rev. Thomas Macindoe, Whithorn, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Peter Macindoe, D.D., Kilmarnock

Macindoe, Margaret on 18/11/1857 at 4 Royal Circus [Glasgow] by the Rev. Thomas Macindoe, Whithorn, to William Dougall Bankier, Esq., merchant, Glasgow

Reid, Joseph on 23/11/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Jane Owen

Owen, Jane on 23/11/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Joseph Reid, ploughman

Hamilton, John on 22/10/1857 at Quebec, to Miss Johanna Nolans

Nolans, Johanna on 22/10/1857 at Quebec to Capt. John Hamilton, of the barque Wolfville


Deaths:
Martin, Major Alexander on 25/11/1857 at Montgomery St. Ardrossan

MacLeod, John, sen., on 20/11/1857 at Greystonehill, parish of Neilston. In the 59th year of his age—much and justly regretted

Gebbie, Margaret on 14/11/1857 at Loans, near Troon. Daughter of the late Mr Hugh Gebbie, mason, Troon

Wilson, Mrs on 16/11/1857 at East Shaw St. Kilmarnock. Aged 13 years. [The age is presumably wrong. There is a record of a Mary Wilson, née Stevenson, aged 43, who died on that day at Kilmarnock]

Richmond, Helen, after a short illness, on 25/10/1857 at Brantford [Canada]. Aged 85 years. Relict of the late John Muir, Esq., of Kingston. The deceased was a native of Kilmarnock, Scotland and had been a resident of this town for the last twenty years, during which time she had the happiness to enjoy the friendship and esteem of a numerous circle of friends, by whom her memory will be long cherished

Pierini, Paolo on 24/11/1857 at Troon. China merchant

White, Thomas on 20/11/1857 at Dalgarven, Kilwinning. At an advanced age. Thatcher

Donald, Ann on 22/11/1857 at Glenburnie Cottage, Kilwinning.

Curruthers, John on 04/10/1857 at Bayham, Canada West. Aged 62 years. Formerly of Glasgow

McKnight, Jane on 21/11/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 4 years. Daughter of James McKnight

Kelly, John on 22/11/1857 at Mosshouse, Auchinleck. Aged one year. Son of John Kelly

Stewart, John on 22[?]/11/1857 at 82[?] Regent St. Greenock. Late of Saltcoats. (Entry is smudged)
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 158, 05/12/1857

Births:

Miller, Male on 02/12/1857 at Saltcoats. Father: Boyd

Boyd, Male on 01/12/1857 at Main St. Newmilns. Father: James, stationer

Guthrie, Female on 26/11/1857 at Montgomery St. Ardrossan. Father: Capt. John

Orr, Twin daughters on 21/11/1857 at Whang St. Beith. Father W., merchant

Rankin, Female on 21/11/1857 at Stewarton. Father: Robert

Steven, Female on 21/11/1857 at Kingsford, Stewarton. Father: Robert

Gibson, Male on 19/11/1857 at Dalfad, Auchinleck. Father: Hugh, farmer

Reside, Female on 22/11/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: John

Harvey, Female on 11/11/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Hugh

Gorman, Female on 18/11/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Thomas


Marriages:
Boyd, Robert on 04/12/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Janet Fullarton, third daughter of the late Daniel Fullarton, cabinetmaker

Fullarton, Janet on 04/12/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Mr Robert Boyd, carter

Neil, James on 04/12/1857 at Catrine by the Rev. Mr McGowan, to Miss Agnes Clark, dressmaker, Dove Alley, Bridge St.

Clark, Agnes on 04/12/1857 at Catrine by the Rev. Mr McGowan, to Mr James Neil, miner, Grasswater, Auchinleck

Brown, Hugh on 27/11/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Mary, third daughter of Mr Thomas Moore, bleaching works, Catrine

Moore, Mary on 27/11/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Mr Hugh Brown, miner, Dalry

Murphy, John on 27/11/1857 at Symington by the Rev. J. Ferguson, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr John Drinnan

Drinnan, Margaret on 27/11/1857 at Symington by the Rev. J. Ferguson, to Mr John Murphy

Anderson, George on 30/10/1857 at Bigcreek, Canada West, to Miss Betsy McClymont, Catrine, Ayrshire, Scotland

McClymont, Betsy on 30/10/1857 at Bigcreek, Canada West, to Mr George Anderson, Ingersoll, West Oxford, North America


Deaths:
Frew, Mrs Robert on 28/11/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats—deeply regretted

Hamilton, James on 27/11/1857 at Galston. Aged 77 years

Main, Helen on 25/11/1857 at Seafield Lane, Newton Green. Aged 82 years

Steel, John on 01/12/1857 at Kingsford, Stewarton. Eldest son of Mr Matthew Steel, tailor there

Stirling, John on 29/11/1857 at Commondyke, Auchinleck—much regretted

Easton, Margaret on 01/12/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Daughter of William Easton

McKerrow, George on 03/12/1857 at Cumnock. Son of the late Mr William McKerrow, farmer in Garleffan

McLean, James on 27/11/1857 at the Green, Kilwinning. Surfaceman

Climie, James, of Scarletina, on 25/11/1857 at Mill St. Catrine, in the 4th year of his life, and
Climie, Andrew, of Scarletina, on 28/11/1857 at Mill St. Catrine, aged 13 months. The two youngest sons of Mr James Climie, flesher, Catrine
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
Penny Tray
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 18429
Joined: Thu Jan 08, 2009 2:46 pm

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by Penny Tray »

Irene,

Someone who is making the effort you are deserves a wee pat on the back from time to time. WELL DONE!
Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

:-D Thank you, PT :D
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 159, 12/12/1857

Births:

Lang, Male on 01/12/1857 at Hardcroft, Dalry. Father: John

Park, Male on 11/12/1857 at Boglemart, Stevenston. Father: William


Marriages:
Crawford, Hugh, jun. on 09/12/1857 at the Presbyterian Church, Belfast by the Rev. Dr. Cook, to Mary, only daughter of the late Mr Findlay Hogarth

Hogarth, Mary on 09/12/1857 at the Presbyterian Church, Belfast by the Rev. Dr. Cook, to Capt. Hugh Crawford, jun.

Curdie, John on 27/11/1857 at High St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to Isabella Dunsmore

Dunsmore, Isabella on 27/11/1857 at High St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, to Mr John Curdie

Harley, Archibald on 27/11/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Martin, to Miss Mary Gemmell

Gemmell, Mary on 27/11/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Thomas Martin, to Mr Archibald Harley, engineer

Smith, William on 27/11/1857 at Inchbean, Riccarton by the Rev. William Jeffrey, to Mary, third daughter of Mr James Gray, farmer, Inchbean

Gray, Mary on 27/11/1857 at Inchbean, Riccarton by the Rev. William Jeffrey, to Mr William Smith, farmer, Craigdow, Glasserton

Wilson, James on 03/12/1857 at Horsemuir, Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr James Brown, farmer

Brown, Mary on 03/12/1857 at Horsemuir, Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Mr James Wilson

Baird, Thomas on 08/12/1857 at Townhead, Cumnock by the Rev. William Hutton, to Helen Dunsmore, eldest daughter of Mr John Ronald, sewing agent

Ronald, Helen Dunsmore on 08/12/1857 at Townhead, Cumnock by the Rev. William Hutton, to Mr Thomas Baird, miner

Spier, John, jun. on 27/11/1857 at Newhouse, parish of Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson. to Margaret, only daughter of William Brown, Esq.

Brown, Margaret on 27/11/1857 at Newhouse, parish of Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson. to Mr John Spier, jun., Auchenskeith

Brown, Robert on 08/11/1857 at Auckenskeith[sic], parish of Dalry by the Rev. Alexander Steel, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr John Spier, farmer there

Spier, Margaret on 08/11/1857 at Auckenskeith[sic], parish of Dalry by the Rev. Alexander Steel, to Mr Robert Brown, Newhouse


Deaths:
Miller, William, Esq., suddenly, on 05/12/1857 at Ardrossan. Son of the late John Miller, Esq., of Muirshiel, Renfrewshire

Orr, Andrew on 28/11/1857 at Green St. Saltcoats. Son of Mr John Orr, merchant

Dale, Robert on 11/12/1857 at Border Farm, Ardrossan. At an advanced age

Wyllie, Alexander on 11/12/1857 at Border Farm, Ardrossan. Infant son of Mr James Wyllie

Brown, Peter on 09/12/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Aged 17 months. Son of Mr Peter Brown

Climie, Robert on 05/12/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 6th year of his age. Second son of Mr James Climie, flesher, Catrine

Napier, Catherine on 02/12/1857 at West Netherton, Kilmarnock. Aged 12 years. Daughter of Mr Alexander Napier, print-cutter

Campbell, William on 19/11/1857 at Muirkirk Railway Station. Aged 59 years

Campbell, Alexander Duncan on 02/08/1857 at the residence of his brother, Mr T. Campbell, Yarra Bank, Melbourne. Son of the late James Campbell Esq., Knockshoggle Holm, Ayrshire

McCowan, Matthew on 09/12/1857 at Townhead, Cumnock. Shoemaker

McDougal, Cornelius on 07/12/1857 at Stepends, Auchinleck. Aged 56 years

McTaggart, Marion on 09/12/1857 at Halfway House, Auchinleck. Aged 90 years
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 160, 19/12/1857

Births:

Gordon, Female on 12/12/1857 at Cannonhill Lane, Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Simpson, Female on 15/12/1857 at Eglinton Iron Works [Kilwinning]. Father: J. R.

Agair [Adair?], Female on 15/12/1857 at Townhead, Dalmellington. Father: James, coal miner

Dickson, Female on 11/12/1857 at Dalmellington Iron Works. Father: John, store-keeper

Napier, Male on 13/12/1857 at Dalmellington Iron Works. Father: Alexander, engine-driver

Smith, Male on 16/12/1857 at Dalmellington Iron Works. Father: Andrew, pattern-maker

Auld, Male on 13/12/1857 at Troon. Father: Andrew

Alexander, Male on 12/12/1857 at Old Manse, Mauchline. Father: James, shoemaker

Cross, Male on 13/12/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: John

Murchie, Male on 10/12/1857 at Morton Place Cottage, Kilmarnock. Father: James

McDonald, Female on 11/12/1857 at 130 High St. Ayr. Father: Samuel

Oastler, Female on 06/12/1857 at Bonnieton Cottage, Kilmarnock. Father: J.

Young, Male on 11/12/1857 at Townhead, Catrine. Father: William, draper, Mill Square


Marriages:
Smith, Joseph on 11/12/1857 at Cowgate, Mauchline by the Rev. George Fairlie, to Janet, daughter of Mr Richard Meikle, flesher

Meikle, Janet on 11/12/1857 at Cowgate, Mauchline by the Rev. George Fairlie, to Mr Joseph Smith, Cumnock

Murray, James on 11/12/1857 at New St. Mauchline b< the Rev. James Fairlie, to Jean, daughter of Mr Hugh Wilson, boxmaker

Wilson, Jean on 11/12/1857 at New St. Mauchline b< the Rev. James Fairlie, to Mr James Murray, baker, Catrine

Dickie, John on 15/12/1857 at 1, Newton Street, Sauchiehall Road[sic], Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Arthur of the Free Church Belige, to Barbara, eldest daughter of the late Mr Robert Murray, Stewarton

Murray, Barbara on 15/12/1857 at 1, Newton Street, Sauchiehall Road[sic], Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Arthur of the Free Church Belige, to John Dickie, barrister at law, Temple, London

Gairdner, William on 23/09/1857 at St. Stephen's Church, Richmond, Australia by the Rev. W. N. Guiness, assisted by the Rev. C. T. Perks, to Eliza Louisa, eldest daughter of the Rev. William Baxter

Baxter, Eliza Louisa on 23/09/1857 at St. Stephen's Church, Richmond, Australia by the Rev. W. N. Guiness, assisted by the Rev. C. T. Perks, to William Gairdner, Esq., late of French Island, son of C. D. Gairdner, Esq., Auchans House, Ayrshire

Inglis, Alexander on 04/12/1857 at Parkhouse, near Ayr by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Miss Mary Jamieson

Jamieson, Mary on 04/12/1857 at Parkhouse, near Ayr by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Mr Alexander Inglis

Turnbull, Robert on 08/12/1857 at Irvine by the Rev. Dr. Campbell of Kilwinning, to Marion, youngest daughter of Alexander Paterson, Esq., banker, Irvine

Paterson, Marion on 08/12/1857 at Irvine by the Rev. Dr. Campbell of Kilwinning, to Robert Turnbull Esq., merchant, Melbourne


Deaths:
Gilmour, Mrs Robert on 12/12/1857 at Stevenston. Aged 62 years. Wife of Mr Robert Gilmour, auctioneer

Hopkins, Hannah on 12/12/1857 at Corn Mill St. Catrine. In her 81st year. Widow

Stevenston[sic], Janet on 10/12/1857 at Kirrix [aka Kerrix, Kerria], Symington. Aged 8 years. Youngest surviving daughter of David Stevenston, farmer there

Murdoch, James on 10/12/1857 at Mauchline. Aged 67 <ears. Farmer
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 161, 26/12/1857

Births:

Andrew, Female on 07/12/1857 at Rosemount Gate, Symington. Father: James, coachman there

Rodger, Male on 16/12/1857 at Boghead, Dundonald. Father not named

Faulds, Female on 18/12/1857 at Auchans, Dundonald. Father: William, gamekeeper

Adair, Female on 15/12/1857 at Townhead, Dalmellington. Father; James, coal miner

Ritchie, Male on 15/12/1857 at Green House, Dalry. Father: Alexander

Hyslop, Male on 05/12/1857 at Rosebank Cottage, Auchinleck. Father: Thomas

Gray, Male on 09/12/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Andrew, contractor

Dalziel, Male on 21/12/1857 at Auchinleck. Father: James Murdoch, joiner


Marriages:
McDonald, John on 15/12/1857 at No. 3 Harbour St. Ayr by the Rev. Alexander Montgomerie Crawford, of Fullarton, Irvine, brother to the bride, to Miss Eliza Jane Montgomerie, youngest daughter of the late James Crawford, Esq., Wallacetown

Crawford, Eliza Jane Montgomerie on 15/12/1857 at No. 3 Harbour St. Ayr by the Rev. Alexander Montgomerie Crawford, of Fullarton, Irvine, brother to the bride, to Mr John McDonald, merchant, Ayr

McGill, George on 18/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Elizabeth Warnock, daughter of the late Samuel Warnock

Warnock, Elizabeth on 18/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to George McGill, of Muirkirk

Miller, John on 18/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. Joseph Patrick, to Margaret Stirling, daughter of Hugh Stirling, Auchinleck

Stirling, Margaret on 18/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. Joseph Patrick, to John Miller

Moffat, James on 22/12/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Miss Margaret Anderson, daughter of Mr John Anderson, Kilwinning

Anderson, Margaret on 22/12/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Mr James Moffat, engine-driver


Deaths:
Watt, Robert on 19/12/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Aged 21. Son of James Watt

Baillie, Hugh Crocker on 24/12/1857 at Glasgow Lane, Ardrossan. Infant son of Mr James Baillie, carpenter

Miller, James on 22/12/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Road contractor, late of Woodend Kilwinning. Friends will please accept of this intimation

Holburn, Robert on 12/12/1857 at Stewarton. Aged 90 years. Customer weaver

Brown, John Peden on 18/12/1857 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Aged 22 years. Eldest son of Mr Alexander Brown

Clinton, William on 14/12/1857 at Morton Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 25 years. Shoemaker

Cullen, Robert, after a short illness on 08/12/1857 at Old Manse, Maybole. Aged 23 years, of Wilson & Cullen, seed merchants, Maybole, and son of Mr John Cullen, Drumburie, parish of Dailly

Nisbet, Barbara Mitchell on 20/12/1857 at Cross, Mauchline. Infant daughter of Mr H. S. Nisbet, merchant Mauchline

Gibb, George on 20/12/1857 at London Street Toll, Mauchline. Toll-keeper

Cochrane, Margaret, suddenly on 23/12/1857 at Clerkland. Youngest daughter of William Cochrane, late of Carsenell[sic]

Campbell, Jess on 17/12/1857 at Gasswater, Auchinleck. Infant daughter of William Campbell. iron miner
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 162, 02/01/1858

Births:

Laird, Male on 31/12/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father not named

Smith, Female on 29/12/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. Father: Alexander

Ramsay, Male on 18/12/1857 at Armour Place, Boyd St. Kilmarnock. Father James

Blain, Male on 23/12/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: James

Brown, Male on 25/12/1857 at Craigie. Father: David, postmaster

Harvie, Male on 23/12/1857 at East Mains of Kilbirnie. Father: John

Thomson, Male on 22/12/1857 at Newtown, Catrine. Father: Alexander

Currie, Female on 07/12/1857 at Gasswater, Auchinleck. Father: C.

Baxter, Female on 09/12/1857 at Gasswater, Auchinleck. Father: R.


Marriages:
Baird, James on 03/12/1857 at St. John's Newfoundland by the Rev. Moses Harvey, to Anne, daughter of John Boyd, Esq.

Boyd, Anne on 03/12/1857 at St. John's Newfoundland by the Rev. Moses Harvey, to James Baird, Esq.

McCreadie, Mr on 28/12/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Miss Margaret Duncan

Duncan, Margaret on 28/12/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Mr McCreadie

Adam, James on 18/12/1857 at Moscow, parish of Kilmarnock by the Rev. Robert McIndoe of the Free Church, Galston, to Jean Parker, of Moscow

Parker, Jean on 18/12/1857 at Moscow, parish of Kilmarnock by the Rev. Robert McIndoe of the Free Church, Galston, to James Adam, farm servant, Polbaith

Ramsay, William on 18/12/1857 at Fergushill, Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Miss Ann Love, Fergushill, Kilwinning

Love, Ann on 18/12/1857 at Fergushill, Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr William Ramsay, High Armsheugh Irvine

Moffat, James on 22/12/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Margaret, daughter of Mr John Anderson, Kilwinning

Anderson, Margaret on 22/12/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Mr James Moffat, engine-driver

Wadeson, James Weyman on 28/12/1857 at Ardeer House by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, of Dalry, to Margaret Smith, second daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Smith Neill, of Barnweill and Swinridgemuir, Ayrshire

Neill, Margaret Smith on 28/12/1857 at Ardeer House by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, of Dalry, to James Weyman Wadeson, Esq., third son of Samuel James Wadeson, Esq., of Austin Friars and Romford, Essex

Kenyon, Samuel on 29/12/1857 at Auchinleck Manse by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Ellen Berry

Berry, Ellen on 29/12/1857 at Auchinleck Manse by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Samuel Kenyon, iron miner


Deaths:
Miller, Elizabeth on 24/12/1857 at Park St. Kilmarnock. Aged 83 years. Widow of the late Mr David Bell, farmer. High Blackwood, Grougar, parish of Kilmarnock—friends will please accept of this intimation

Munro, Mrs on 24/12/1857 at St. Marnock St. Kilmarnock. Aged 41 years. Wife of Mr William Munro, block printer

Lorrimer, William on 24/12/1857 at Mill St. Ayr. Aged 71 years. Dyer

Lockhart, Charlotte on 29/12/1857 at Nice. Wife of James Baird, Esq., of Auchmeddan and Cambusdoon

Blair, Sir David Hunter, Bart. on 26/12/1857 at Blairquhan

Clowes, William on 21/12/1857 at Galston. Aged 70 years—much regretted

Kerr, Margaret on 28/12/1857 at Newton-Stewart. In the 88th year of her age. Relict of the late Mr John Hannah

Baxter, Clementina Howat on 28/12/1857 at Gasswater, Auchinleck. Daughter of Robert Baxter, iron miner

Sharp, Claud on 31/12/1857 at Templetown, Auchinleck. Aged 5 years. Son of William Sharp
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
hahaya2004
Mega Heid Poster
Mega Heid Poster
Posts: 1448
Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:22 pm
Location: Germany, formerly Saltcoats

Re: Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

Post by hahaya2004 »

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 163, 09/01/1858

Births:

Shaw, Male on 03/01/1858 at Burnfoot Cottage, Ardrossan. Father: Major Shaw

Reid, Male on 04/01/1858 at Ardrossan. Father: Hugh

Hamilton, Male on 04/01/1858 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Angus, joiner

Holmes, Male on 07/01/1858 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Father: William, mariner

Barclay, Female on 01/01/1858 at Tarbolton. Father: Peter, sewing agent

Tyre, Female on 27/12/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: James

Ramage, Male on 31/12/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine. Father: James

Stirling, Male on 30/12/1857 at the Free Church School, New Cumnock. Father not named

Wales, Male on 01/01/1858 at Bridgegate St. Irvine. Father: Abraham, flesher

Watt, Female twins on 29/12/1857 at Netherhill, parish of Dunlop. Father not named

Paton, Male on 05/01/1858 at 146 Duke St. Glasgow. Father: S. C.

Leary, Female on 19/12/1857 at Darnconnar Auchinleck. Father: Michael

Dunn, Male on 13/12/1857 at Darnconnar, Auchinleck. Father: George, coal contractor

Cain, Female on 24/12/1857 at Darnconnar, Auchinleck. Father: Robert

McInteer, Male on 03/01/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Peter

Campbell, Female on 27/12/1857 at Alms Wall, Kilwinning. Father: John

Goudie, Female on 27/12/1857 at Hurlford. Father: William, merchant


Marriages:
Cranstown, George on 01/01/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Miss Sarah Robertson

Robertson, Sarah on 01/01/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Mr George Cranstown, Carpet-weaver

Dickie, John on 31/12/1857 at Tarbolton by the Rev. A. Dalrymple, to Jane, daughter of Mr James Wright, blacksmith

Wright, Jane on 31/12/1857 at Tarbolton by the Rev. A. Dalrymple, to Mr John Dickie

Howat, John on 31/12/1857 at Hairshaw, Fenwick by the Rev. William Orr, to Jeanie, second daughter of Mr James Young, farmer, there

Young, Jeanie on 31/12/1857 at Hairshaw, Fenwick by the Rev. William Orr, to Mr John Howat, farmer, Burnhead, Galston

Kerr, Robert on 31/12/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Miss Ann Black

Black, Ann on 31/12/1857 at Stewarton by the Rev. P. Cairns, to Mr Robert Kerr, bonnet dresser

Lambie, John on 30/12/1857 at Clark St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Bathgate, to Miss Rachael Armour, niece of Mr Robert Craig Cabinet-maker

Armour, Rachel on 30/12/1857 at Clark St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Bathgate, to Mr John Lambie, tailor

McConnochie, James on 31/12/1857 at Barnshall, parish of Stewarton by the Rev. James Maxwell, Kilmaurs, to Miss Barbara Weir

Weir, Barbara on 31/12/1857 at Barnshall, parish of Stewarton by the Rev. James Maxwell, Kilmaurs, to Mr James McConnochie

McCrae, John on 01/01/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Miss Mary Robertson

Robertson, Mary on 01/01/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. C. B. Steven, to Mr John McCrae, shoemaker

Russell, Alexander on 31/12/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine by the Rev. Mr MacGowan, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr James McCrone, Catrine Works

McCrone, Elizabeth on 31/12/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine by the Rev. Mr MacGowan, to Mr Alexander Russell, mechanic, Kilmarnock Railway Station

Lander, John on 31/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Janet McBeth, Lugar

McBeth, Janet on 31/12/1857 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to John Lander, iron miner

Ballantyre, Archibald on 31/12/1857 at Lugar by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Margaret Baillie, Lugar

Baillie, Margaret on 31/12/1857 at Lugar by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Archibald Ballantyre, iron miner


Deaths:
Marshal Radetzky died at Milan on Tuesday

Rachel, the actress, died on Monday

The Earl of Ilchester died on Sunday

Bicket, James Aron on 03/01/1858 at Holm St. Stewarton. Youngest son of Mr James Bicket, mason

Donald, William, Esq., on 05/01/1858 at Broomhill, parish of Kilwinning. Aged 79 years

Hopkin, Mrs on 30/12/1857 at Park St. Kilmarnock. Aged 55 years. Wife of William Hopkin, carpet weaver

McGregor, Daniel on 05/01/1858 at Bridgegate, Irvine. Carter

Murdoch, James, Captain, after a long illness on 06/01/1858 at Halfway, Irvine

Kerr, Margaret on 02/01/1858 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 44th year of her age. Wife of Mr James McKinnal, shoemaker, Catrine

Young, Magdelaine suddenly on 06/01/1858 at High St. Irvine. Aged 42 years. Wife of Mr John Silver, merchant

Watt, Mary on 28/12/1857 at Seagatehead, Irvine. In the 73rd year of her age

Picken, Jane on 04/01/1858 at Bankhead Cottage, near Cumnock. Daughter of the late Alexander Picken of Stewarton

Young, Andrew on 27/12/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning. Agent, much regretted
The most important hour is always the present, the most significant person is the one opposite you right now, and the most necessary deed is always love. - Meister Eckhart (c.1260 - c.1328)
Post Reply