Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 164, 16/01/1858

Births:

Elles, Male on 01/10/1857 at Campbelton, Bluff Harbour, New Zealand. Father: A. J.

Stritch, Male on 10/01/1858 at Kidsneuck Cottage, Irvine. Father: John H., Esq.

Lang, Male [no date] at Monkcastle, Kilwinning. Father: William

Davidson, Male on 09/01/1858 at Barns St. Ayr. Father: Dr. Davidson, deputy inspector of hospitals, Royal Navy

Green, Female on 10/01/1858 at Main St. Newton, Ayr. Father: William

Hamilton, Male on 07/01/1858 at 52 Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Father: James

Hewitt, Male on 05/01/1858 at Seafield, by Ayr. Father: William, gardener

Murphy, Male on 10/01/1858 at Symington. Father: John

Rodger, Female on 08/01/1858 at Weaver Vennel, Maybole. Father: James, saddler

Wright, Female on 07/01/1858 at 150 High St. Ayr. Father: Daniel, baker

Young, Female on 09/01/1858 at Wood St. Catrine. Father: William


Marriages:
Buchanan, Robert on 12/01/1858 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Mary, third daughter of Mr Robert Craig, surgeon, Kilwinning

Craig, Mary on 12/01/1858 at Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Mr Robert Buchanan, parochial schoolmaster, Cardross

Ferguson, James on 08/01/1858 at the residence of the bride by the Rev. Mr Gebbie, to Janet, oldest daughter of the late Robert Duncan, Esq., of Brockwell Muir, Dunlop

Duncan, Janet on 08/01/1858 at the residence of the bride by the Rev. Mr Gebbie, to Mr James Ferguson, merchant, son of Alexander Ferguson, Esq., of Auchentiber

McLelland, Thomas on 18/12/1857 at Clairmont Park, the residence of Isaac Buchanan, Esq., M.P., Hamilton, Canada West by the Rev. William Ormiston, to Mary, sixth daughter of the late Mr William McLean, of Drummellan, by Girvan, Ayrshire

McLean, on 18/12/1857 at Clairmont Park, the residence of Isaac Buchanan, Esq., M.P., Hamilton, Canada West by the Rev. William Ormiston, to Mr Thomas McLelland, of Sheldon


Deaths:
Shedden, Agatha, of Muirston, on 11/01/1858 at Beith.

Hunter, Mary, after a lingering illness on 13/12/1857 at 68 Great Dover Road, Boro', London. Aged 32 years. Wife of Mr William Finlayson Hunter—deeply regretted by her family and a large circle of friends. Deceased was a native of Mauchline

Morton, Thomas on 02/01/1858 at Bonnieton Place, parish of Kilmarnock. Aged 78 years. Shuttle-maker

Murray, John sen., on 13/01/1858 at 14 Harbour St. Ayr. Aged 72 years

Campbell, Matthew on 11/01/1858 at Troon. Aged 70 years

Dalglish, John on 04/01/1858 at Kilbirnie. In his 12th year. Son of Mr John Dalglish, Kilbirnie Cotton Works

Gemmell, Janet on 01/01/1858 at her son's house, Dalton, Cambuslang. In the 82nd year of her age. Relict of the late Mr Robert Fulton, flesher, Fenwick

McMillan, James, suddenly [no date] at Angel Hotel, Dale St. Liverpool. Aged 26 years. M.D. The deceased left Wigtown, his usual residence, on 01st instant, in good health, had been stopping in the Angel Hotel, from Sunday last, was indisposed on Wednesday, and was found dead in bed on Thursday morning

Wyllie, Widow on 06/01/1858 at Grange St. Kilmarnock. Aged 67 years

Morrison, John on 15/01/1858 at Greenfield, Irvine. Aged 5 years. Son of James Morrison, Esq.

Wyllie, John on 12/01/1858 at Douglas Stables. Only son of William Wyllie

Muir, John on 06/01/1858 at Dalry. Aged 92 years. Died of cancer on the throat. With one exception the oldest man in the parish. —Deceased was in full possession of all his faculties, and continued his occupation of a customer-weaver, till within a few days of his death.

Tait, Jean on 12/01/1858 at Beith. Aged 2 years. Youngest daughter of Mrs William Tait, builder

Miller, John on 08/01/1858 at Inner Wood, Kilwinning. Aged 14 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 165, 23/01/1858

Births:

Wallace, Female on 14/01/1858 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father: John, mason

Gemmell, Male on 16/01/1858 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: John

Wilson, Female Twins on 17/01/1858 at Loudoun St. Mauchline. Father: Robert, box-maker

Fletcher, Male on 17/01/1858 at Craigie Terrace [no town mentioned, possibly Ayr]. Father: James, bookseller

Johnstone, Male on 18/01/1858 at Newton-Stewart. Father: James

Smith, Male on 19/01/1858 at Clark Street Terrace, Kilmarnock. Father: James

Welsh, Male on 18/01/1858 at Newton-Stewart. Father: Mr Welsh, cattle dealer

Love, Female on 19/01/1858 at 15 Charlotte Lane, Glasgow. Father: Daniel, Currier

Love, Female on 18/01/1858 at Knockbuckle, Beith. Father: Fulton


Marriages:
McFee, John on 21/01/1858 at Braehead House [Saltcoats] by the Rev. Mr Davidson, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr Robert Galt, shipmaster, Saltcoats

Galt, Elizabeth on 21/01/1858 at Braehead House [Saltcoats] by the Rev. Mr Davidson, to John McFee, Esq., commission-merchant, Liverpool

Small, John on 18/01/1858 at 249 Gallowgate St. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Lindsay, to Agnes, only daughter of the late William Buchanan, Esq.

Buchanan, Agnes on 18/01/1858 at 249 Gallowgate St. Glasgow by the Rev. Dr Lindsay, to Mr John Small

Irvine, Robert on 15/01/1858 at 34 Abbotsford Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Matthew Cochrane, to Mary Fleming, eldest daughter of the late M. Currie, Esq.

Currie, Mary Fleming on 15/01/1858 at 34 Abbotsford Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Matthew Cochrane, to Mr Robert Irvine, Ayr

Nimmo, George on 15/01/1858 at Wood St. Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr William Morton, Catrine

Morton, Margaret on 15/01/1858 at Wood St. Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, to Mr George Nimmo, coal-cutter, Glenlogan

Wilson, David on 18/01/1858 at Falkland, by Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Jane, daughter of Mr W. Paterson, joiner, Wallacetown

Paterson, Jane on 18/01/1858 at Falkland, by Ayr by the Rev. William Grant, to Mr David Wilson


Deaths:
Reside, John on 22/01/1858 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Eldest son of Mr David Reside, cabinet-maker

Deans, Mary on 16/01/1858 at Dalrymple. Aged 26 years. Wife of Mr John Weir

Marshall, Mary, after a short illness on 14/01/1858 at 18 Burnside St. Glasgow. Wife of E. Barbour, teacher—much regretted. Friends will please accept of this intimation

Gemmell, Barbara on 13/01/1858 at Cheapside, Kilmarnock. In her 65th year. Wife of Mr James Black, machine maker

Cunningham, Barbara Gemmell on 10/01/1858 at Croft St. Kilmarnock. Infant daughter of Mr Alexander Cunningham

Gilmour, Mrs John on 18/01/1858 at Titchfield Cottage, Troon.

Johnstone, Agnes on 18/01/1858 at Mill Square, Catrine. In the 47th year of her age. Second daughter of the late Mr William Johnstone, night-watchman, Catrine Works

Mitchell, Thomas McClure [no date] at Dundee, Illinois, North America. Late of Ayr

Ross, Katharine on 19/01/1858 at Loudoun Castle. Eldest daughter of John Ross, Esq.

Watson, Mary on 15/01/1858 at High St. Irvine. Aged 17. Second daughter of Mr James Watson

Kerr, Margaret on 20/01/1858 at Thirdpart, Beith. Relict of the late William Wilson, Esq., of Thirdpart—friends will please accept of this intimation

Gibson, Alexander James on 20/01/1858 at 84 English St. Dumfries. Infant son of Mr Robert Gibson, china-merchant

Sillars, Peter on 20/01/1858 at Lamlash. Merchant

McAllister, William on 17/01/1858 at New St. Stevenston. Aged one year and ten months. Son of David McAllister, miner
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 166, 30/01/1858

Births:

Brown, Female on 26/01/1858 at the Manse of Beith. Father not named

Glen, Male on 24/01/1858 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Thomas

Ingestre, Female on 19/01/1858 at 17 Eccleston Square, London. Father: Viscount Ingestre

Robertson, Male on 27/01/1858 at Irvine. Father: Andrew

Tannock, Male on 20/01/1858 at Newtown, Catrine. Father: James

Watt, Male on 26/01/1858 at Kirkgate St. Irvine. Father: Thomas

Wilson, Male on 23/01/1858 at Lightshaw, Muirkirk. Father: John, ploughman

Boyd, Female on 13/11/1857 at Sandhurst, Australia. Father: Dr Boyd


Marriages:
Millar, James C. on 26/01/1858 at Loudon St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Euphemia, daughter of the late Mr James McBryde, Rockhouse, Lamlash, Arran

McBryde, Euphemia on 26/01/1858 at Loudon St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Mr James C. Millar, merchant

Paterson, James on 16/11/1857 at St. James's Cathedral, Melbourne, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr John Forbes, Glenlogie, Aberdeenshire

Forbes, Mary Jane on 16/11/1857 at St. James's Cathedral, Melbourne, to Mr James Paterson, merchant (late of Middlethird, parish of Galston)


Deaths:
Cunninghame, Robert Esq., of Auchenharvie on 25/01/1858 at Seabank, Saltcoats

Andrew, James on 16/01/1858 at North Hamilton St. Kilmarnock. Aged 83 years. Miller, late of Lave Mill, parish of Dundonald

Auld, Jeanie on 16/01/1858 at West George St. Kilmarnock. Aged 1 year. Twin child of Mr James Auld, carpet-weaver

Bicket, Mary, after a short illness, on 24/01/1858 at Stewarton. Relict of the late Mr Robert Black, spindle-maker

Duffies, Thomas on 24/01/1858 at Mill St. Catrine. Aged 81 years. Mechanic, Catrine Works—for 60 years in the service of Messrs James Finlay and Co.

Campbell, Mary on 22/01/1858 at Wellbeck St. Kilmarnock. Wife of Mr James Kerr, calico printer

Hewetson, Mary on 24/01/1858 at Troon. Aged 76 years. Wife of the late Mr Henry Mourney

McAdie, David on 21/01/1858 at 26 South Wellington St. Glasgow. Formerly teacher at Perceton, Ayrshire

McMurtrie, Mrs Ann on 22/01/1858 at York St. Newton Green, Ayr. At an advanced age

Reid, David on 23/01/1858 at 234 High St. Ayr. Aged 74 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 167, 06/02/1858

Births:
McGill, Male on 29/01/1858 at the Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: Jeremiah

McNab, Male on 02/02/1858 at Shawbury Cottage, near Shrewsbury. Father: T.

Morton, Female on 28/01/1858 at Newlands, near Loudounhill. Father not named

Haddow, Female on 27/01/1858 at Gray St. Newmilns. Father: Robert

Lawson, Female on 03/02/1858 at Mount Pleasant, Kilmarnock. Father: J.

Campbell, Male in December 1857 at Ottisville, Michigan, North America. Father: Samuel, formerly of Ayr

Morrison, Male on 23/01/1858 at Balmoral Place, Kilmarnock. Father: W.

McDonald, Male on 27/01/1858 at Bentick Terrace, Galston. Father: William, merchant

Robertson, Male on 25/01/1858 at 36 High St. Ayr. Father: R.

Simpson, Female on 24/01/1858 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Father: R.

Wyllie, Male on 01/02/1858 at Brigland, near Mauchline. Father: Hugh

Clark, Male on 01/02/1858 at Gowk's Thorn, near Mauchline. Father: Alexander

Lees, Male on 28/01/1858 at Cumnock. Father: Thomas, blacksmith

McKinnell, Male on 30/01/1858 at Cumnock. Father: William, salesman


Marriages:
Gilchrist, Thomas on 23/01/1858 at Kilmarnock, to Miss Jane Woodburn

Woodburn, Jane on 23/01/1858 at Kilmarnock, to Mr Thomas Gilchrist, gilder

King, J. on 22/01/1858 at Bank St. Kilmarnock, to Miss Jane Smith

Smith, Jane on 22/01/1858 at Bank St. Kilmarnock, to Mr J. King, carpet-weaver

Macfarlane, Thomas on 02/02/1858 at Troon by the Rev. John Kirkwood, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Mr J. S. Lockhart

Lockhart, Jessie on 02/02/1858 at Troon by the Rev. John Kirkwood, to Captain Thomas Macfarlane

McLay, William on 02/02/1858 at 49 Struthers St. Glasgow by the Rev. David Mitchell, to Jane Drew, only surviving daughter of the late Mr Thomas Smith, portioner, Glasgow

Smith, Jane Drew on 02/02/1858 at 49 Struthers St. Glasgow by the Rev. David Mitchell, to Mr William McLay, surgeon, Stewarton

Bryden, Andrew on 26/11/1857 at Pitston, Luzern County, North America, to Isabella, 7th daughter of the late James Young, farmer, Stairhill, Old Cumnock

Young, Isabella on 26/11/1857 at Pitston, Luzern County, North America, to Mr Andrew Bryden, late of New Cumnock


Deaths:
Reside, William on 03/02/1858 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Son of David Reside, joiner and cabinet-maker

Law, Christina Alicia on 30/01/1858 at Ardrossan, Aged 13 years. Daughter of the late James Law, Esq. of Calcutta

Wylie, Elizabeth on 01/02/1858 at Barnaigh, Lochwinnoch. Age 86 years. Relict of the late David Clark, Esq.

Cunningham, H., Mr on 29/01/1858 at 13 Westbury Road, London. A native of Kilmarnock

Highet, Agnes on 28/01/1858 at Troon. Infant daughter of Mr John Highet, stationer

McKenzie, Agnes Izatt on 01/02/1858 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Aged 26 years. Daughter of the late William McKenzie

Wilson, Fanny on 04/02/1858 at Cowgate, Mauchline. At an advanced age

Anderson, Jane on 01/02/1858 at Caltlehill[sic], Cumnock. Wife of Mr George White
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 168, 13/02/1858

Births:

Dunlop, Male on 07/02/1858 at Crawfield, near Beith. Father: John

McCreadie, Male on 16/02/1858 at 10 High St. Ayr. Father: James M.

Templeton, Female triplets on 05/02/1858 at West Shaw St. Kilmarnock. Father: John

Wallace, Male on 08/02/1858 at Piper Hill, parish of Ochiltree. Father not named

Bellany, Female [no date] at Forest Creek Castlemains, Australia. Father: J. T.


Marriages:
Tait, Mr on 02/02/1858 at Girvan by the Rev. Mr Stillie, U. P. Church, to Janet, fifth daughter of Mr Fergus Graham, Woodhead, Berwick

Graham, Janet on 02/02/1858 at Girvan by the Rev. Mr Stillie, U. P. Church, to Mr Tait, baker

Weir, Allen on 13/01/1858 by licence at Queen St. Independent Chapel, Wolverhampton by the Rev. R. D. Wilson, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr William Thomson, Carco, Dumfriesshire

Thomson, Isabella on 13/01/1858 by licence at Queen St. Independent Chapel, Wolverhampton by the Rev. R. D. Wilson, to Mr Allen Weir, draper, formerly of Mauchline, Ayrshire

McCulloch, Alexander on 29/01/1858 at Kilnknowe, Sorn by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, Catrine, to Miss Margaret Dunlop

Dunlop, Margaret on 29/01/1858 at Kilnknowe, Sorn by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, Catrine, to Mr Alexander McCulloch


Deaths:
Craig, William on 06/02/1858 at the Crown Inn, Saltcoats. Innkeeper

Orr, John on 06/02/1858 at Green St. Saltcoats. Merchant

Niven, Janet on 02/02/1858 at Girvan. Aged 62 years. Relict of the late Mr Robert Boyd, of Kirkmichael

Campbell, Isabella on 02/02/1858 at St Marnock St. Kilmarnock. Aged 19 years. Daughter of Mr John Campbell, foreman in goods station

Gibson, Henry on 04/02/1858 at 108 South Portland St. Glasgow. Of the Western Bank of Scotland there, and son of the late Mr Henry Gibson, merchant, Tarbolton

Hood, Jane on 05/02/1858 at New Road, Mauchline. Second daughter of Mr James Hood, of the Box Works

Kay, James C. [no date] killed at Cawnpore, under Sir Hugh Wheeler. Deputy Superintendent Ganges Canal (of the H.E.I.C.S. Civil Service). Youngest son of John Kay, Esq., Craigie Terrace, Wallacetown, Ayr.

McCormick, Eliza on 05/02/1858 at 2 Queen's Terrace, Glasgow. Fourth daughter of the late William McCormick, Esq., writer, Ayr

Stewart, Janet on 07/02/1858 at 15 Mill St. Ayr. Aged 82 years. Wife of Mr John Orr, weaver. She had 10 children, 33 grandchildren, and 27 great-grandchildren

Paterson, John on 08/02/1858 at Millside, parish of Riccarton. Aged 29 years. Third son of Mr Paterson, farmer—deeply regretted

Hutchison, Agnes on 04/02/1858 at Dean St. Kilmarnock. Aged 71 years. Relict of the late Mr J. Stevenson, farmer, Boghead, parish of Mauchline

Wilson, Robert on 05/02/1858 at King St. Kilmarnock

Shedden, Elizabeth on 08/02/1858 at Union Place, Kilwinning. Aged 19 years. Third daughter of Mr Thomas Shedden—much regretted

Stevenson, James on 07/02/1858 at Kilmaurs. In the 37th year of his age.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 169, 20/02/1858

Births:

Aikman, Female on 11/02/1858 at 12 Grosvenor Terrace, Glasgow. Father: Peter

Anderson, Female on 07/02/1858 at Cumnock. Father: James, draper

Breckenridge, Female on 09/02/1858 at Inch's Close, Maybole. Father: James, shoemaker

Dalgliesh[sic], Male on 05/02/1858 at Cubbs, Auchinleck. Father: James

Hogan, Female on 07/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Father: Michael

Hogg, Male [no date] at Cochran St. Kilbirnie. Father: Ebenezer

Liddell, Female on 08/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Father: William

Doi[sic], Male on 15/02/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: John

Aspinal, Female on 07/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Father: John


Marriages:
Brown, James Dewart on 10/02/1858 at Clark St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Bathgate, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late Mr John McIntyre, Dunbartonshire

McIntyre, Helen on 10/02/1858 at Clark St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Bathgate, to Mr James Dewart Brown

Holburn, James on 12/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, to Miss Agnes Mackie

Mackie, Agnes on 12/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Peter Cairns, to Mr James Holburn

Paterson, William on 12/02/1858 at Cumnock, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr William Kay, Westgates, Dumfries House

Kay, Eliza on 12/02/1858 at Cumnock, to Mr William Paterson, moulder, Edinburgh

Risk, John on 12/02/1858 at the Eglinton Arms Hotel, Ardrossan by the Rev. Colin Campbell, to Mary, second daughter of James Bannatyne, Esq., Lamlash

Bannatyne, Mary on 12/02/1858 at the Eglinton Arms Hotel, Ardrossan by the Rev. Colin Campbell, to Mr John Risk, Howard Court, Glasgow

Hunter, John on 19/02/1858 at Auchinleck, to Agnes Devline

Devline, Agnes on 19/02/1858 at Auchinleck, to John Hunter, surfaceman

Steedman, Thomas on 25/12/1857 at Blandford, Canada West by the Rev. Mr Tolmie, of the Free Church, Ratho, to Agnes, second daughter of the late Mr John Cochrane, Overton, Tarbolton, Ayrshire

Cochrane, Agnes on 25/12/1857 at Blandford, Canada West by the Rev. Mr Tolmie, of the Free Church, Ratho, to Mr Thomas Steedman

Turner, James on 16/02/1858 at John St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Miss Matilda Frances Rusk

Rusk, Matilda Frances on 16/02/1858 at John St. Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Dr Graham, to Mr James Turner, master of Troon Academy

Law, George on 17/02/1858 at Greenhouse, Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr Archibald Gray, contractor, Dalry

Gray, Jane on 17/02/1858 at Greenhouse, Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Mr George Law, storekeeper, Lugar


Deaths:
Glen, Thomas on 19/022/1858 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats, Infant son of Thomas Glen, mason

McMillan, Matthew on 16/02/1858 at 4 Montgomerie St. Ardrossan. Only son of the late Captain McMillan

Blair, James on 05/02/1858 at Sandbed St. Kilmarnock. Aged 40 years. Calico printer

Oswald, Mary on 14/02/1858 at Cross St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Wife of Mr James Boyd, weaver

Cook, Kenneth on 07/02/1858 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 43 years, shoemaker

Hogan, Jane on 09/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Infant daughter of Mr Michael Hogan

Liddell, Infant on 06/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. The infant child of Mr William Liddell

Manson, George on 13/02/1858 at Newton le Willows, Lancashire. In his 44th year. Stonemason, a native of Fisherton, Ayrshire. He was much and deservedly respected in the locality

McAnteer, Michael on 10/02/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Infant son of Mr Peter McAnteer

Thomson, Janet on 06/02/1858 at Irvine. Relict of Captain John Stobo, of Tarbolton, formerly of the 2nd or Royal North British Dragoons

Janet Halbert on 08/02/1858 after a few hours' illness at Crossgates, parish of Stewarton. Aged 38 years. Wife of Mr Hugh Thomson, farmer

Morris, Janet on 12/02/1858 at Main St. Kilwinning. Aged 26 years. Youngest daughter of Mr John Morris

McCallum, Elizabeth on 13/02/1858 at Dalry. Aged 81. Relict of the late William Hamilton, tinsmith

Merry, Alexander on 14/02/1858 at Common, Auchinleck. Coal miner

Hood, Janet on 05/02/1858 at New Road, Mauchline. Daughter of Thomas Hood, box-maker

Roxburgh, James on 17/02/1858 at Townfoot, Cumnock. At an advanced age

Thomson, Jane on 15/02/1858 at Ayr Road, Cumnock

Wallace, Elizabeth on 14/02/1858 at Scars, parish of Cumnock. Wife of Daniel Robb

Strachan, Margaret on 14/02/1858 at Barrhill, Cumnock. Daughter of John Strachan
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 170, 27/02/1858

Births:

Anderson, Male on 20/02/1858 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Peter

Ewart, Male on 20/02/1858 at the Bank of Scotland, Gatehouse. Father: D. J.

Deans, Male on 20/02/1858 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: John

Allan, Female on 13/02/1858 at Dubbs Cottage, Kilwinning. Father: William

Bicket, Female on 18/02/1858 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: Robert, flesher

Ballantyne, Female on 11/02/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Archibald

Blain, Female on 15/02/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: James, engine keeper

Last April the wife of a respectable farmer, named Murphy, residing at Upper Grange, in this county, gave birth to twins; and on Wednesday last [24th] she was safely delivered of three infants. Thus in the space of ten months this good woman has increased the population of the parish by five children, all born alive. —Kilkenny Moderator.


Marriages:
Gardner, Alexander on 19/02/1858 at Halfway Cottage [no town named, but probably West Kilbride] by the Rev. John Bryce, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late James Logan, farmer

Logan, Margaret on 19/02/1858 at Halfway Cottage [no town named, but probably West Kilbride] by the Rev. John Bryce, to Alexander Gardner, Saltcoats

Durie, James on 23/02/1858 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. D. Wilson, to Helen, second daughter of the late Captain James Brown

Brown, Helen on 23/02/1858 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. D. Wilson, to James Durie, merchant

Boyd, Daniel on 26/02/1858 at Windmill St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Harper

Harper, Janet on 26/02/1858 at Windmill St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mr Daniel Boyd

Colquhoun, S. [no date] at Stockbridge, Symington by the Rev. Mr. Davidson, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Adam Dale, farmer

Dale, Jane [no date] at Stockbridge, Symington by the Rev. Mr. Davidson, to Mr S. Colquhoun, Glasgow

Morton, John on 22/02/1858 at Craigie Terrace, Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Henry Gibson, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Mr Thomas McKinna, farmer, Woodhead, Girvan

McKinna, Janet on 22/02/1858 at Craigie Terrace, Wallacetown, Ayr by the Rev. Henry Gibson, to Mr John Morton, farmer, Antonalbany [sic, probably Altanalbany], parish of Barr

McFie, Alexander on 19/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Robert Smith, to Miss Margaret Templeton

Templeton, Margaret on 19/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Robert Smith, to Mr Alexander McFie, Bothwell

Thomson, James on 19/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Samuel Kennedy, to Miss Isabella Smith

Smith, Isabella on 19/02/1858 at Stewarton by the Rev. Samuel Kennedy, to Mr James Thomson, furnaceman, Govan

Williamson, James on 19/02/1858 at Soulis St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Agnes, third daughter of Mr James Willock, tanner

Willock, Agnes on 19/02/1858 at Soulis St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Mr Robertson, to Mr James Williamson, blacksmith

Hunter, J. on 19/02/1858 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Agnes Devlin, dressmaker

Devlin, Agnes on 19/02/1858 at Auchinleck by the Rev. James Chrystal, to Mr J. Hunter, plate layer

Wilson, John George on 27/11/1857 at Essendon by the Rev. Thomas Craig, to Margaret, eldest daughter of John Miller, Esq., of North Muckleford, Victoria

Miller, Margaret on 27/11/1857 at Essendon by the Rev. Thomas Craig, to John George Wilson, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. John Wilson, manse of Walston, Lanarkshire, Scotland


Deaths:
Millar, Walter, Esq. on 01/02/1858 at Saint Rose, Canada East —Deceased was a native of Catrine

Roxburgh, Hugh on 18/02/1858 at Greenhill Quarry House, parish of Kilmaurs. Aged 9 years. Fourth son of Mr Andrew Roxburgh

Thomson, Mrs John on 13/02/1858 at Dundonald. Aged 69 years —much regretted

Young, Colonel J. Crawford on 13/02/1858 at Cheltenham. In the 73rd year of his age. Of Fairlieburne, Ayrshire, late of Her Majesty's 79th Highlanders

Gilmour, Mrs Janet on 16/02/1858 at Cowslap, Stewarton. Aged 66 years. Wife of Mr William Baird, farmer

Barns, Robert on 18/02/1858 at New St. Kilmarnock. Aged 55 years. House painter

Black, Agnes on 18/02/1858 at Lawhill, near Troon. Aged 93 years. Relict of the late Mr James Black, Loans

Brown, James on 17/02/1858 at Waterside Cottage, Catrine. Aged 61 years. Clerk, Bleaching Works —deeply regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. Deceased was upwards of 30 years clerk in the Bleaching Works

Espie, Thomas on 16/02/1858 at Fowler Croft, Straiton. Aged 43 years. Ploughman

Roxburgh, John, sen. on 17/02/1858 at Brewland St. Galston. In his 61st year

McAuley, Joseph on 20/02/1858 at Gaswater, Auchinleck. Aged 25
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 171, 06/03/1858

Births:

McCluckie, Male on 22/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Father: Thomas

Calderwood, Female on 26/02/1858 at Kilbirnie Station. Father: John

Lees, Female on 03/03/1858 at Cumnock. Father: William, shoemaker, Lugar St.

Steel, Female on 15/02/1858 at Loanfoot, near Darvel. Father not named

Morrison, Male on 28/02/1858 at Waterside, Dalmellington Iron Works. Father: James

Tate, Female on 24/02/1858 at High St. Newmilns. Father: Joseph, missionary

Deans, Male on 20/02/1858 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: John

Giffen, Female on 24/02/1858 at the Manse, Dailly. Father: Rev. Mr Giffen

Millar, Male on 01/03/1858 at Bridge St. Catrine. Father: James, jun., slater


Marriages:
Muir, Thomas on 26/02/1858 at New Houses, Dalry by the Rev. Mr Steele, to Jane, only daughter of Mr John Crawford

Crawford, Jane on 26/02/1858 at New Houses, Dalry by the Rev. Mr Steele, to Thomas Muir

Campbell, Robert on 02/03/1858 at 41 Sandgate St. Ayr by the Rev. Robert Davidson, of Holywood, Dumfries, brother of the bride, to Helen Agnes, youngest daughter of the late Robert Davidson, Esq., postmaster, Ayr

Davidson, Helen Agnes on 02/03/1858 at 41 Sandgate St. Ayr by the Rev. Robert Davidson, of Holywood, Dumfries, brother of the bride, to Mr Robert Campbell, of the Standard Assurance Office, Glasgow

Durie, James on 23/02/1858 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. D. Wilson, to Helen, second daughter of the late Captain James Brown

Brown, Helen on 23/02/1858 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. D. Wilson, to Mr James Durie, merchant

Hastie, James on 26/01/1858 at sea, on board of the steamship Edinburgh by Captain William Cumming, to Miss Mary Walker Hastie of Whitburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland

Hastie, Mary Walker on 26/01/1858 at sea, on board of the steamship Edinburgh by Captain William Cumming, to Mr James Hastie, of Carnwath, Lanarkshire

Inglis, Rev. Alexander on 23/02/1858 at Largs by the Rev. John Inglis, of Sanquhar, to Isabella, eldest daughter of James Macfarlane, Esq.

Macfarlane, Isabella on 23/02/1858 at Largs by the Rev. John Inglis, of Sanquhar, to the Rev. Alexander Inglis, Kilmaurs


Deaths:
Young, John on 12/02/1858 at Meadowfoot, near Loudounhill. Aged 85, farmer

Vernon, George on 23/02/1858 at Dalmellington Iron Works. Son of Mr James Vernon, engineer

Blain, David on 26/02/1858 at Dundonald. Youngest son of Mr David Blain, farmer

Duncan, Rev. Thomas Tudor, M.D. on 20/02/1858 at Ivy Lodge, Dumfries. In the 82nd year of his age, and 54th of his ministry. He was minister of the New Church parish, Dumfries, for the long period of 51 years

Fairlie, James, on 09/01/1858 at Meerut. Of liver complaint, brought on by fatigue and exposure before Delhi. Captain, 3rd Regiment Bengal Light Cavalry. Eldest son of Lieutenant-Col. Fairlie, of Holmes

Hodgson, James on 26/02/1858 at High St. Maybole. Eldest son of Mr William Hodgson, flesher

MacDougall, Miss Elizabeth on 25/02/1858 at the Parterre, Irvine

McClive, William, Esq. on 25/02/1858 at Genoch. After a short illness—much regretted
Campbell, Sarah on 24/02/1858 at Lillyhill Cottage, Kilmarnock. Aged 53 years. Wife of Mr James Tait, builder

Barclay, Elizabeth on 01/03/1858 at Draughtburn Gates, Eglinton. Aged 78 years. Relict of the late Mr James Torrens. Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Quail, Janet on 28/02/1858 at Kilmaurs. In the 73rd year of her age. Relict of Mr David Gemmell

Young, Mary on 27/02/1858 at Wood St. Catrine. In the 3rd year of her age. Daughter of Mr John Young, Catrine Bleach Works

McFarlane, Agnes on 27/02/1858 at Townhead, Cumnock. Daughter of Mr James McFarlane, enginekeeper

Colrane, Ellen on 28/02/1858 at Darconnar, Auchinleck. Aged 1 year. Daughter of Bartholomew Colrane, iron miner

Gillespie, John on 04/03/1858 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Aged 1 <ear. Son of John Gillespie, iron miner

Wilson, Jean on 24/02/1858 at Galston. Wife of Robert Boreland, shoemaker, Waterside, Fenwick
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 172, 13/03/1858

Births:

Duncanson, Female on 07/03/1858 at Foundry Cottage, Kilwinning. Father: John

Gilchrist, Male on 07/03/1858 at Corsehill, Kilwinning. Father: John

Stewart, Male on Christmas morning at the Military Cantonments, Roorkee, Bengal, East Indies. Father: Sergeant Major W. T. Stewart, H.E.I.C.S., sappers and miners

Cockburn, Male on 07/03/1858 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. Father: James

Forfar, Female on 08/03/1858 at 30 Sandon St. Father: The Rev. P. T. Forfar, of the Scotch Church, Oldham St., Liverpool (late assistant to the Rev. Dr Campbell, Kilwinning).

Murdoch, Male on 09/03/1858 at Dalmellington Iron Works. Father: Alexander

McNaught, Female on 02/03/1858 at Dalry. Father: William


Marriages:
Ferguson, Thomas on 06/03/1858 at Bridge St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Miss Margaret Cherry, of Catrine

Cherry, Margaret on 06/03/1858 at Bridge St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr Thomas Ferguson, of Catrine

Redpath, Adam on 09/03/1858 at Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Bell, portioner Langloan

Bell, Ann on 09/03/1858 at Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, to Adam Redpath, storekeeper, Muirkirk


Deaths:
Bryce, John on 06/03/1858 at Ardrossan Manse. In his 24th year. Student of medicine

Campbell, Elizabeth on 28/02/1858 at Viewfield Cottage, by Crieff. In the 86th year of her age. Relict of Mr John Bryce, Innerpeffray

Crumie, John on 04/03/1858 at Paisley St. Ardrossan. Infant son of Mr John Crumie

Stewart, Susan on 28/02/1858 at Bridgend, Kilwinning. Aged 7 years. Daughter of Mr William Stewart

Barber, Agnes on 02/03/1858 at Wood St. Catrine. In the 18th year of her age. Daughter of Mr R. Barber

Fullerton, Duncan on 20/11/1857 at Melbourne. Son of the late Alexander Fullerton, Esq., Paisley

Smith, William, lost at sea on 29/12/1857 from the ship "City of Dublin", on her passage from Calcutta. Only son of Mr Peter Smith, ship-builder Newton, Ayr

Brown, Janet on 02/03/1858 at Auchentiber, parish of Stewarton. Aged 72 years. Relict of the late Mr Robert Halbert, of Irvine, sometime a grenadier in the 92nd Highlanders

Johnstone, Margaret on 04/03/1858 at High St. Irvine. Aged 67 years. Wife of Mr James Johnstone

Hughes, James on 07/03/1858 at Waterside, Irvine. In the 58th year of his age. Officer of excise, much regretted by all who knew him

Young, Margaret on 09/03/1858 at Fullarton Place, Irvine. Aged 78 years. Relict of the late Mr Joseph Cochrane
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