Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 234, 21/05/1859

Births:

Hunter, Female on 16/05/1859 at Chapelhill, Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Sinton [sic; possibly Linton], Female on 09/05/1859 at Cannonhill Lane Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Thomson, Female on 13/05/1859 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: Robert

Kilpatrick, Female on 13/05/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: William

Brackenridge, Female on 14/05/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: David

Goodwin, Male on 15/05/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Francis

Henderson, Female on 14/05/1859 at Church St. Ardrossan. Father: James

Robertson, Male on 19/05/1859 at Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: Andrew

Young, Female on 10/05/1859 at Town Head Stevenston. Father: John, mason

Laird, Male on 14/05/1859 at Mossend, Dalry. Father: James

Pearson, Female on 13/05/1859 at New St. Mauchline. Father: John

Stewart, Male on 15/05/1859 at Loan, Mauchline. Father not named

Manson, Female on 16/05/1859 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: David, mill-wright

McCormick, Male on 11/05/1859 at Dernconner [sic], Auchinleck. Father: Bernard

Gaffiny, Female on 10/05/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Bernard

Smith, Female on 14/05/1859 at Stationgates [sic], Kilwinning. Father: James

Launt [sic], Female on 15/05/1859 at Fergushill House, Kilwinning. Father: William

Edgar, Female on 11/05/1859 at Fore St. Kilmarnock. Father: Robert, mason

Gemmell, Male on 11/05/1859 at Langlands St. Kilmarnock. Father: Peter

Kennedy, Female on 13/05/1859 at Ballochmyle St. Catrine. Father: David


Marriages:
Davidson, Hugh on 20/05/1859 at Springburn Cottage [Saltcoats] by the Rev. James Giffen, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Andrew Coulter, Saltcoats

Coulter, Janet on 20/05/1859 at Springburn Cottage [Saltcoats] by the Rev. James Giffen, to Hugh Davidson

Smith, William on 13/05/1859 at Ashyard, parish of Galston by the Rev. Mr Macindoe, to Janet, third daughter of John Leggat, Esq., of Ashyard &c.

Leggat, Janet on 13/05/1859 at Ashyard, parish of Galston by the Rev. Mr Macindoe, to Mr William Smith, Low Ashyard


Deaths:
Guthrie, Arthur on 18/05/1859 at Harbour St. Ardrossan. Youngest son of Mr Guthrie, of the Herald

McLerie, Thomas [no date] at Montgomerie Lane, Ardrossan. In his 16th year

Ballantine, John, Esq. on 18/05/1859 at Kyleshill House, Saltcoats. In his 80th year. Ship owner

McDougall, Helen on 15/05/1859 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Aged 86 years. Wife of Mr Richard Silver

Lamb, James on 13/05/1859 at Bougelmart [sic], Stevenston. Aged 18 months. Son of Mr James Lamb, engineer, Liverpool

Gibb, Robert on 16/05/1859 at Bridge Lane, Catrine. In the 54th year of his age. Weaver, gravedigger, and Church officer

Miller, Jeanie on 17/05/1859 at Bridge St. Catrine. In the 7th year of her age. Youngest daughter of Mr Hugh Miller, slater

Sharp, Agnes on 17/05/1859 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 17th year of her age. Second daughter of Mr William Sharp, weaver

Park, William on 12/05/1859 at 20 Stirling St. Glasgow. Aged 28 years. A native of Kilwinning

Galt, Ann on 22/04/1859 at Sullivan, County Grey, Canada West. Aged 61 years. Wife of Mr David McClure, late of Kilkerran, Ayrshire. Friends will please accept of this invitation [sic]

O'Flaherty, James on 11/05/1859 at Vennal [sic] St. Stewarton. Aged 2 years. Youngest son of Mr Neil O'Flaherty, broker

Vallance, Matthew on 27/04/1859 at Kilmarnock. For nearly forty years in the employment of Messrs Dykes & Co., seedsmen

Waugh, Mrs Thomas on 15/05/1859 at 43 Titchfield St. Kilmarnock

McDonald, Angus on 10/05/1859 at Holmhead, Auchinleck. Aged 75 years. Quarryman

McGill, James on 13/05/1859 at Auchinleck. Aged 27 years. Engine-keeper

Gordon, Mrs on 17/05/1859 at Berryhill, Auchinleck. Aged 39 years. Wife of John Gordon, basket maker

Peden, John on 18/05/1859 at Hill, Auchinleck. Aged 73 years. Pensioner of the 72nd Highlanders

Pollock, Jane on 14/05/1859 at Main St. Maybole. In her 73rd year. Wife of Mr Andrew Baird, late draper there

Dickie, Agnes on 13/05/1859 at Prestwick. Aged 91 years. Wife of the late William Beggs, grocer—Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Cowan, Jane on 15/05/1859 at St Johnstown Dalry. Aged 17 months. Youngest daughter of Mr David Cowan, merchant

Gibson, John Hill on 17/05/1859 at Dr Hamilton's, Dalry. Late of Glasgow

Muir, John on 17/05/1859 at Burnside Cottage, Troon. Aged 74 years. Mason—Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Murdoch, Anne, after a lingering illness, on 17/05/1859 at Keirs, Patna. Aged 18. Daughter of Mr John Murdoch, farmer there

Miller, Robert on 10/05/1859 at Corbolton [sic] Hall, Tara, County Meath, Ireland. Aged 32. Land Steward—Greatly regretted
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 235, 28/05/1859

Births:

Bruce, Female on 27/05/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: James

Elliot, Male on 27/05/1859 at Arran Place Lane Ardrossan. Father: John

Hill, Female on 05/05/1859 at 222 Buchanan St. Glasgow. Father not named

Findlay, Male on 06/05/1859 at Almswell [sic], Kilwinning. Father: John

King, Male on 25/05/1859 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: Andrew

Durroch, Male on 18/05/1859 at Ardeer Iron Works. Father: John

Caldwell, Male on 22/05/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Archibald

Ballantine, Male on 23/05/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Archibald

Main, Male on 18/02/1859 at his residence, Clevance Dairy, Remuera, New Zealand. Father: Mr Main, late of Dundonald

Douglas, Male on 20/05/1859 at Dreghorn. Father: Mungo, blacksmith

Dunlop, Male on 19/05/1859 at Magbiehill, Stewarton. Father: Robert

Rankin, Female on 20/05/1859 at Titchfield St. Kilmarnock. Father: W.

Graham, Female on 23/05/1859 at 43 Kyle St. Ayr. Father: John, railway tavern


Marriages:
Hay, John on 20/05/1859 at Troon by the Rev. A. H. Cowan of the Free Church, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr Hugh Gebbie, gamekeeper on the Grange and Sauchrie Estates, Maybole

Gebbie, Jane on 20/05/1859 at Troon by the Rev. A. H. Cowan of the Free Church, to Mr John Hay, shipwright


Deaths:
Young, Samuel on 23/05/1859 at Galston. Aged 27 years
also his mother
Wallace, Margaret. Aged 63 years

McGarvie, Mary on 21/05/1859 at Mill St. Catrine. In the 19th year of her age. Fifth daughter of Mr James McGarvie, mason

Radley, John on 21/05/1859 at Dernconner [sic], Auchinleck. Aged 1 year. Son of Patrick Radley

Brogan, Peter on 21/05/1859 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Aged 5 years. Son of Peter Brogan, iron miner

Young, John on 21/05/1859 at Dernconner [sic], Auchinleck. Aged 14 years. Son of David Young

Ballantine, Infant on 25/05/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Infant son of Archibald Ballantine [see births]

Wardrope, James on 20/05/1859 at Bridgend Kilwinning. Aged 26 years. Tinsmith

Watson, William on 23/05/1859 at Five Roads, Kilwinning. Infant son of Mr James Watson

Templeton, Archibald on 11/05/1859 at Sevenacres, Kilwinning. Aged 79 years. Farmer

Skeoch, William on 28/04/1859 at Byres, Kilwinning. Aged 83 years

Gemmell, James on 04/05/1859 at Toronto, Canada West. Aged 19. Eldest son of Mr Alexander Gemmell, boot maker, Toronto (formerly of Maybole, Ayrshire)

Brown, Helen on 28/04/1859 at 267 West Thirty-third St. New York. Aged 34 years and 10 months. A native of Galston, Ayrshire. Wife of Mr James Gillies

Wallace, Margaret, of inflammation of the lungs, on 11/04/1859 at Mispeck, St John, N. B. [New Brunswick]. Aged 40 years. A native of Paisley, Scotland and wife of Mr Edward Whelpley, leaving a kind husband and five children to mourn her loss
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 236, 04/06/1859

Births:

Craig, Male on 30/05/1859 at Kyleshill, Saltcoats. Father: John, Captain

Steel, Male on 03/06/1859 at Sawmills, Ardrossan. Father: John

Robertson, Male on 30/05/1859 at Sawmills, Ardrossan. Father: John

Murray, Female on 01/06/1859 at Cannonhill Lane, Ardrossan. Father: John

Simpson, Female on 21/05/1859 at Eglinton Iron Works. Father: J. K.

Alexander, Female on 27/05/1859 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: William

Baxter, Female on 30/05/1859 at Symington. Father: Ross

Wright, Male on 24/05/1859 at Troon. Father: Robert

Nairn, Male on 18/02/1859 at Clevance Dairy, Remuerce [sic], New Zealand. Father: George (late of Dundonald)

Wallace, Female on 02/06/1859 at 31 Gauze St. Paisley. Father: James S.


Marriages:
Jago [sic], Josias C. on 27/05/1859 at Glasgow, to Miss Mckay, daughter of Mr Isaac McKay, Ruthglen [sic] Loan Glasgow

McKay, Miss on 27/05/1859 at Glasgow, to Mr Josias C. Jago [sic], agent of the Ayrshire Temperance Union

Strang, James on 24/05/1859 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Charles Stewart, to Miss Agnes Wallace

Wallace, Agnes on 24/05/1859 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Charles Stewart, to Mr James Strang, teacher, Stevenston


Deaths:
Jamieson, William Esq. on 31/05/1859 at Ardrossan. Of 15 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow. Deputy Chairman of the Glasgow and South Western Railway

Thomson, Mary on 29/05/1859 at 10 Montgomerie St. Ardrossan. Aged 62 years. Wife of George Thomson, Esq., of Kilmarnock

Armour, David on 27/05/1859 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 2nd year of his age. Youngest son of Mr David Armour, Catrine Bleach Works

McMeekin, Janet on 29/05/1859 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine. Aged 89 years. Relict of the late Mr James Murray, mason, Catrine

Fitsimmonds [sic], John on 31/05/1859 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 25th year of his age. Youngest son of Mr William Fitsimmonds [sic].

Scoullar, Thomas on 30/05/1859 at Townend, Stewarton. In the 17th year of his age. Third son of Mr James Scoullar

Bryan, David, after a short illness, on 29/05/1859 at 39 Content St. Ayr. Aged 38 years. Draper

Fairlie, John on 29/05/1859 at the Schoolhouse of Fenwick. Aged 82 years

Miller, Robert on 26/05/1859 at St Marnock St. Kilmarnock. Aged 9 years. Son of the late Andrew Miller, merchant, Dreghorn

McDowell, John on 29/05/1859 at Troon. Aged 63 years

Williams, Martha on 29/05/1859 at High St. Irvine. Aged 16 years. Daughter of Mr Archibald M. Williams, carrier

Fulton, John on 27/05/1859 at Waterpark. In the 79th year of his age. Farmer, there
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 237, 11/06/1859

Births:

Davie, Female on 04/06/1859 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: William

Murray, Female on 03/06/1859 at Melbourne, South Australia. Father: William

Ramsay, Female on 06/06/1859 at Mill St. Ayr. Father: Hugh

Clark, Male on 01/06/1859 at Common, Auchinleck. Father: William, engine keeper

Simpson, Female on 21/05/1859 at Eglinton Iron Works. Father: James R.

Ramsay, Female on 03/06/1859 at Cross Brae, Kilwinning. Father: Robert


Marriages:
Simpson, Robert on 03/06/1859 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Miss Elizabeth Murdoch

Murdoch, Elizabeth on 03/06/1859 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. Thomas Bowman, to Mr Robert Simpson, drawer, Sorn

Walker, John on 03/06/1859 at St Germain St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Miss Sarah McCartney

McCartney, Sarah on 03/06/1859 at St Germain St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr John Walker, coal miner

Millar, William on 07/06/1859 at Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Robertson, of the High Church, to Mary, third daughter of Andrew Walker, Esq., of Hartwood

Walker, Mary on 07/06/1859 at Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Robertson, of the High Church, to Mr William Millar, merchant

Knox, George on 02/06/1859 at Strand, Beith by the Rev. James Ferguson, Kilbirnie, to Jane Kerr, second daughter of Bryce Muir, Esq., tanner and currier, Beith

Muir, Jane Kerr on 02/06/1859 at Strand, Beith by the Rev. James Ferguson, Kilbirnie, to George Knox, Riverside, Kilbirnie

Gibb, John on 03/06/1859 at Ochiltree by the Rev. Mr Patrick, to Hannah Charlot [sic ]Maitland McDougal Sym, daughter of the late Dr Sym, Ochiltree

Sym, Hannah Charlot [sic ]Maitland McDougal on 03/06/1859 at Ochiltree by the Rev. Mr Patrick, to John Gibb, Auchinleck

Campbell, Thomas on 06/06/1859 at Lanehead, New Cumnock by the Rev. David Stirling, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr Sloss, farmer, Lanehead

Sloss, Elizabeth on 06/06/1859 at Lanehead, New Cumnock by the Rev. David Stirling, to Mr Thomas Campbell, Laight, Dalmellington

Henderson, David on 03/06/1859 at Bennals, parish of Tarbolton by the Rev. Neil Livingstone, to Jean McMurtrie, youngest daughter of the late Mr James McMurtrie, Hillhead, Tarbolton

McMurtrie, Jean on 03/06/1859 at Bennals, parish of Tarbolton by the Rev. Neil Livingstone, to Mr David Henderson, son of the late Mr William Henderson, Maybole

McCreadie, Nathan on 03/06/1859 at Maybole by the Rev. James Moir, to Janet, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Alexander, shoemaker, Maybole

Alexander, Janet on 03/06/1859 at Maybole by the Rev. James Moir, to Mr Nathan McCreadie, Kilmarnock

McLelland, Peter on 02/06/1859 at 18 Clark St. Kilmarnock by the father of the bride, to Jemima, eldest daughter of the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, Princes St. U. P. Church

Jamieson, Jemima on 02/06/1859 at 18 Clark St. Kilmarnock by the father of the bride, to Peter McLelland Esq., Glasgow

McQueen, David [no date] at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Charles Stewart, to Agnes White, only daughter of Mr Adam MacKay, clothier

MacKay, Agnes White [no date] at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. Charles Stewart, to Mr David McQueen

McWhirter, David on 02/06/1859 at Clark Street Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr McLelland teacher Kilmarnock

McLelland, Jane on 02/06/1859 at Clark Street Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Mr William McWhirter, merchant, Manchester

Wilson, John on 03/06/1859 at Drumbay [sic], Spring Garden, Maybole by the Rev. John Thomson, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr Hugh Paterson, farmer, Kirkoswald

Paterson, Sarah on 03/06/1859 at Drumbay [sic], Spring Garden, Maybole by the Rev. John Thomson, to Mr John Wilson, ploughman

Blair, Archibald on 06/06/1859 at Dalry by the Rev. Alexander Steel, to Miss Margaret Paterson.

Paterson, Margaret on 06/06/1859 at Dalry by the Rev. Alexander Steel, to Archibald Blair, Esq., surgeon

Campbell, Duncan on 03/06/1859 at Smuraig, Arran by the Rev. Mr McCrae, of the Free Church, Kildonnan [sic], to Catherine, second daughter of widow McDougal, farmer, Smuraig

McDougal, Catherine on 03/06/1859 at Smuraig, Arran by the Rev. Mr McCrae, of the Free Church, Kildonnan [sic], to Mr Duncan Campbell, farmer, Dalintart, Oban

Montgomery, James on 07/06/1859 at Auchentiber, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Martha, daughter of Mr William Wilson, farmer

Wilson, Martha on 07/06/1859 at Auchentiber, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Mr James Montgomery, farmer

Kechnie [sic], Robert on 07/06/1859 at Coreshill [sic], Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Miss Ann Heron

Heron, Ann on 07/06/1859 at Coreshill [sic], Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr Robert Kechnie [sic]

Ross, John M. on 10/06/1859 at Weirston, Eglinton by the Rev. Dr Campbell, Kilwinning, to Agnes eldest daughter of Robert Gardner, Esq., Weirston

Gardner, Agnes on 10/06/1859 at Weirston, Eglinton by the Rev. Dr Campbell, Kilwinning, to John M. Ross


Deaths:
Brown, William on 04/06/1859 at Port-Glasgow. Joiner, late of Kilmarnock

Haes [sic] Walter, Alison Emma Louise, suddenly on 01/06/1859 at Bonard, Lamlash. Aged 5 months. Infant of Henry Haes [sic] Walter of West St. Glasgow

McLauchlan, Margaret on 04/06/1859 at Ford St. Catrine. In the 18th year of her age. Third daughter of the late Mr James McLauchlan, Kilmarnock

Nimmo, John on 05/06/1859 at St Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 66th year of his age. Stone mason

Small, Matthew, suddenly, on 05/06/1859 at Dalry. In his 65th year.—Friends will please accept of this intimation

Cook, Mrs [no date] at the house of her sister, 16 Salisbury St. Ayr. Widow of Mr Archibald Cook, of Saltcoats

Williamson, Isabella on 06/06/1859 at Denny. Wife of the late Mr Robert Lockhart, merchant, and mother of the late Rev. Robert Lockhart, Kilmaurs

Logan, Margaret on 03/06/1859 at Shewalton Cottage, parish of Dundonald. Wife of Mr William Menzies, much and justly regretted—Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Orr, James, Esq., suddenly on 04/06/1859 at Cankerton, Stewarton. Aged 42 years

Dunlop, Margaret on 05/06/1859 at Avenue, Stewarton. Aged 14 months. Youngest daughter of Mr Archibald Dunlop

Stevenson, Rev. George on 01/06/1859 at Deanfield, Kilwinning. Aged 47 years

Gairdner, Janet on 28/05/1859 at Dalrymple. Aged 77 years. Wife of Mr John Wilson, late farmer Carclu_e [probably Carcluce, burgh of Ayr]

Lang, Mary on 01/06/1859 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Daughter of Patrick Lang, iron miner

Brogan, Janet on 07/06/1859 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Daughter of Peter Brogan, iron miner

Alexander, Marion, suddenly, on 06/06/1859 at New St. Mauchline. Eldest daughter of the late Robert Alexander, Crosshill
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 238, 18/06/1859

Births:

Cowie, Female on 14/06/1859 at Hill St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Docherty, Female on 06/06/1859 at Cannon Hill Lane, Ardrossan. Father: John

Robertson, Female on 16/06/1859 at Harbour Buildings, Ardrossan. Father: Malcolm

Hutchison, Female on 16/06/1859 at Auchinleck. Father: Dr Hutchison

Dickson, Female on 09/06/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: John, iron miner

Inglis, Male on 11/06/1859 at the Parish Church Manse, Kilmaurs. Father: Rev. Alexander Inglis

Baird, Female on 14/06/1859 at Downing Cottage, Dalrymple. Father: James, No. 30, Queen's Terrace, Ayr

Crawfurd, Male on 13/06/1859 at Ayr. Father: Dr James Lindsay Crawfurd [deceased]

Wilson, Male on 08/06/1859 at Gogo Vale, Largs. Father: Cochrane, of Belltrees


Marriages:
Fraser, Mr on 17/06/1859 at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Janet, daughter of Mr Auld, weaver

Auld, Janet on 17/06/1859 at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Ronald, to Mr Fraser, of the firm of Auld & Fraser

Marr, John Lamb on 14/06/1859 at Lanark by the Rev. Thomas Stark, to Robina Kay, only daughter of the late John Bryce, Esq., banker, Kilmarnock

Bryce, Robina Kay on 14/06/1859 at Lanark by the Rev. Thomas Stark, to the Rev. John Lamb Marr, Free Church, Douglas

McKie, Gilbert on 08/06/1859 at Mauchline by the Rev. David Thomas, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Hugh Nisbet, senr., merchant

Nisbet, Mary on 08/06/1859 at Mauchline by the Rev. David Thomas, to Mr Gilbert McKie, of the Ayrshire Constabulary

McWilliam, George on 09/06/1859 at Mauchline by the Rev. M. McGill, U. P. Church, Rigg of Gretna, to Miss Margaret Samson, daughter of the late Mr William Samson, Mauchline

Samson, Margaret on 09/06/1859 at Mauchline by the Rev. M. McGill, U. P. Church, Rigg of Gretna, to Mr George McWilliam, mason

Wilson, James on 15/06/1859 at 22 Arlington St. by the Rev. Walter Morison, of Cathcart St. U. P. Church, Ayr, to Agnes, youngest daughter of John Morison, Esq., Glasgow

Morison, Agnes on 15/06/1859 at 22 Arlington St. by the Rev. Walter Morison, of Cathcart St. U. P. Church, Ayr, to Mr James Wilson

Marshall, Hugh on 14/06/1859 at Barshagra Cottage, in the parish of Neilston by the Rev. Alexander Davidson, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Daniel McFarlane, shawl-printer, Barrhead

McFarlane, Anne on 14/06/1859 at Barshagra Cottage, in the parish of Neilston by the Rev. Alexander Davidson, to Hugh Marshall, lately of Dalry, now in Glasgow

Murdoch, Christina on 14/06/1859 at Davidston, parish of Stair by the Rev. David Thomas, Mauchline, to James Dickie, Esq., portioner, Kilmaurs

Dickie, James on 14/06/1859 at Davidston, parish of Stair by the Rev. David Thomas, Mauchline, to Christina Murdoch, eldest daughter of the late James Murdoch, farmer, Holybush [sic], Mauchline

McFee, Robert on 20/06/1859 [sic] At Bridgegate St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Janet, second daughter of Mr William Shields, boot and shoemaker

Shields, Janet on 20/06/1859 [sic] At Bridgegate St. Irvine by the Rev. James Drummond, to Mr Robert McFee, cabinetmaker


Deaths:
Dickson, Infant on 09/06/1859 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Infant child of John Dickson, iron miner

Reid, Thomas on 12/06/1859 at Auchinleck. Son of John Reid, shoemaker

Lambroughton, Mrs on 15/06/1859 at Townend, Kilmaurs. Wife of Mr John Lambroughton, grocer

McCartney, James, after a lingering illness on 05/06/1859 at James St. Tarbolton. Aged 42

Conn, John on 25?/03/1859 [illegible] at Heidelberg, near Melbourne, South Australia. Eldest son of Mr Hugh Conn, auctioneer, Kilwinning

Walker, John on 12/06/1859 at Troon. Aged 80 years

Holland, Margaret on 15/06/1859 at Eglinton Iron Works. Wife of Mr John McDonald, coal contractor
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 239, 25/06/1859

Births:

Fullarton, Male on 14/06/1859 at the City of Glasgow Bank, Saltcoats. Father: James

Murchie, Female on [illegible]/06/1859 at Victoria Place, Melbourne Terrace, Saltcoats. Father: C [or G]., Esq.

Paterson, Female on 18/06/1859 at No 3 Boyd St. Largs. Father: William

Mitchell, Female on 20/06/1859 at Sorn. Father: David

Hutcheson, Female on 16/06/1859 at Auchinleck. Father: Dr Hutchison

Smith, Female on 27/05/1859 at Chepston House, Barbadoes [sic]. Father: James, Esq.


Marriages:
Smith, Alexander on 17/06/1859 at Union Place, Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Miss Janet Woodside

Woodside, Janet on 17/06/1859 at Union Place, Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr Alexander Smith

Adams, James on 17/06/1859 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. Alexander McGregor, to Miss Lilias H. Dale

Dale, Lilias H. on 17/06/1859 at Byres, Kilwinning by the Rev. Alexander McGregor, to Mr James Adams

McKinn [sic], Andrew on 17/06/1859 at Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Miss Jane McWaters

McWaters, Jane on 17/06/1859 at Kilwinning by the Rev. William Pinkerton, to Mr Andrew McKinn [sic]

Miller, Edward on 20/06/1859 at Little Acre, near Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, of the U. P. Church, to Miss Agnes Craig, fourth daughter of the late Mr James Kerr, farmer there

Kerr, Agnes Craig on 20/06/1859 at Little Acre, near Dalry by the Rev. George Morris, of the U. P. Church, to Mr Edward Miller, Glasgow

Buchanan, John on 15/06/1859 at Fulton's Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Alexander Hamilton, to Miss Jessie Dickson

Dickson, Jessie on 15/06/1859 at Fulton's Lane, Kilmarnock by the Rev. Alexander Hamilton, to Mr John Buchanan, painter

Ingram, Thomas on 17/06/1859 at High St. Ayr by the Rev. R. M. McInnes, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr William Smith, shoemaker, Ayr

Smith, Mary on 17/06/1859 at High St. Ayr by the Rev. R. M. McInnes, to Mr Thomas Ingram, joiner, Kilmarnock

Taylor, David on 21/06/1859 at 34 Garscube Place, Glasgow by the Rev. A. G. Forbes, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr B. King, jeweller, Glasgow

King, Mary on 21/06/1859 at 34 Garscube Place, Glasgow by the Rev. A. G. Forbes, to the Rev. David Taylor, Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ayr

Wilson, William on 21/06/1859 at Thomerston, Old Cumnock by the Rev. Mr Murray, to Jane, second daughter of the late Mr George Ingram, farmer, Tofts, by Tarbolton

Ingram, Jane on 21/06/1859 at Thomerston, Old Cumnock by the Rev. Mr Murray, to William Wilson, Esq., Glasgow


Deaths:
Alexander, Robert, Esq. on 20/06/1859 at 2 Darnley Terrace, London Road, Gravesend. For sometime of H. M. C. Saltcoats

Young, Agnes on 19/06/1859 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. In the 90th year of her age. Daughter of the late Hugh Young, landwaiter, Saltcoats

Orr, Janet on 18/06/1859 at Saltcoats. In the 76th year of her age. Daughter of the late Thomas Orr, shipmaster, Saltcoats

Shaw, Andrew on 23/06/1859 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Youngest son of Captain John Shaw

Stevenston [sic], Mrs on 18/06/1859 at Folly, Stevenston. In the 30th year of her age. Wife of Boyd Stevenston [sic]

Middleton, James on 18/06/1859 at the Combination Poor's House, Irvine. Aged 82 years. A native of Newmilns—Friends at a distance will please accept this invitation [sic]

McFee, William on 13/06/1859 at Halfway, Irvine. Aged 21 years. Second son of Mr Robert McFee, tailor

Brown, Hugh, Major R. M. on 16/06/1859 at Irvine. Aged 82 years

Campbell, Catherine on 16/06/1859 at Kirk Vennel, Irvine. Aged 39 years. Wife of Mr William Campbell, turner

Matthew, Agnes on 17/06/1859 at Eglinton St. Irvine. Aged 24 years. Daughter of Mr Robert Matthew, mason

Armour, Andrew H., Esq. on 19/05/1859 at Toronto, Canada West. Formerly of Montreal. Second son of the late Robert Armour, Esq.—a native of Kilmarnock

Barton, Jane on 19/06/1859 at Mile-end, Stockport. Relict of Dr James Boag, Ayr

McKissock, Catherine on 16/06/1859 at Gearholm, near Ayr. In the 80th year of her age. Relict of Mr Thomas McImrie [sic], nurseryman, Ayr

Shaw, David, Ensign, of cholera morbus, on 22/05/1859 at Mahabuleswur, in the East Indies. Son of Colonel M. M. Shaw, residing at Bourtree Park, near Ayr

Glassford, Elizabeth on 19/06/1859 at Howgate, Kilwinning. Aged 37 years. Wife of Mr John McMillan. After a lengthened illness, which was borne with exemplary fortitude

Stevenson, Andrew Mair, on 18/06/1859 at Lady-yard, Tarbolton. Aged 18 years. Late teacher at Garrallan School, Cumnock

Wallace, Mary on 19/06/1859 at Skullachflat [sic], near Loans. Aged 24 years. Relict of Mr Thomas Wallace

Kerr, Alexander on 21/06/1859 at Willockston, Troon. Aged 76 years

Howie, Jean on 17/06/1859 at Cross St. Stewarton. Aged 40 years. Relict of the late William Howie

Carswell, Robert, after a protracted illness, on 17/06/1859 at Ridge St. Stewarton. Aged 46

Smith, Janet on 19/06/1859 at Bloak St. Stewarton. At an advanced age. Relict of the late John Gillies

Wylie, Agnes on 18/06/1859 at the house of her brother-in-law. Aged 18 years. Second daughter of James Wylie, Esq., bonnet-manufacturer, Stewarton

Carswell, Robert on 17/06/1859 at Rigg St. Stewarton. Aged 46 years—much and justly regretted

Dickie, Janet, suddenly on 19/06/1859 at Gateside, Stewarton. In the 70th year of her age

Howie, Jean on 18/06/1859 at Avenue St. Stewarton. Aged 61 years. Relict of Mr William Howie, saddler

McCabe, Timothy on 20/06/1859 at Bridge St. Catrine. Aged 78 years. Weaver

Howat, Helen on 17/06/1859 at Mauchline. Wife of Mr Joseph Hannah

Richmond, Agnes on 19/06/1859 at Mauchline. Daughter of Mr David Richmond

Stirrat, James on 13/01/1859 at Sea. Eldest and only son of Mr James Stirrat, traveller, Glasgow
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 240, 02/07/1859

Births:

Hendry, Male on 22/06/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: John

Service, Male on 19/06/1859 at Coreshill [sic], Kilwinning. Father: James, blacksmith

Allan, Female on 21/06/1859 at Coreshill [sic], Kilwinning. Father: John

Simpson, Male on _7/06/1859 [part of date missing] at Sorn. Father: Robert, shopkeeper

Miller, Male on 21/06/1859 at Bentick St. Kilmarnock. Father: Jasper

McConachie, Female on 20/06/1859 at Colmonell. Father: Thomas

Proudfoot, Female on 22/06/1859 at Lanemark, New Cumnock. Father not named

Thomson, Female on 22/06/1859 at Sanquhar. Father: John, merchant

Gallachar [sic], Female twins on 28/06/1859 at Beachwood Square, Auchinleck. Father: Charles, police officer


Marriages:
Crawford, Robert on 25/06/1859 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr McNab, to Janet, second daughter of Mr John Stewart

Stewart, Janet on 25/06/1859 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr McNab, to Mr Robert Crawford, eldest son of Robert Crawford, Esq., Kilwinning

Robertson, John on 24/06/1859 at Auchentiber by the Rev. Alexander McGregor, to Margaret, eldest daughter of William Gemmell, Esq., Auchentiber

Gemmell, Margaret on 24/06/1859 at Auchentiber by the Rev. Alexander McGregor, to Mr John Robertson, Irvine

Guthrie, Archibald on 23/06/1859 at 90 Canal St. Paisley by the Rev. George Clazy, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, to Margaret, second daughter of James McFadyen, Esq., Paisley

McFadyen, Margaret on 23/06/1859 at 90 Canal St. Paisley by the Rev. George Clazy, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, to Mr Archibald Guthrie, draper, Ayr

Sawers, Andrew on 24/06/1859 at Newton, Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr John Gillies, mill-wright, Catrine Works

Gillies, Mary on 24/06/1859 at Newton, Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, to Mr Andrew Sawers, blacksmith, Catrine Works

Robertson, Thomas on 28/06/1859 at Hurlford by the Rev. William Reid, to Miss Marion Park, daughter of Mr Daniel Park, grocer, Hurlford

Park, Marion on 28/06/1859 at Hurlford by the Rev. William Reid, to Mr Thomas Robertson


Deaths:
Torrance, Agnes on 24/06/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Aged 18 years. Daughter of Captain Houston Torrance, of the brig Eclipse

Anderson, Mrs on 29/06/1859 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. The wife of Mr James Anderson, foreman carpenter

Wilson, Andrew on 30/06/1859 at Sandiland [sic] St. Saltcoats. Aged 8 years. Son of Captain J. R. Wilson

King, James on 30/06/1859 at Stevenston, Aged 26 years. Late of Ayr. Only son of Mr John King, Drumbowie, Beith—much and justly regretted

Kirkwood, James on 27/06/1859 at Byres, Kilwinning. Aged 89 years. He leaves a widow aged 91 years; they having been married 70 years ago

Wales, William on 23/06/1859 at the Green, Kilwinning. Aged 2 years. Son of Mr Abram Wales

Dickie, John on 19/06/1859 at Seagate St. Irvine. Aged 86 years and 7 months. Letter carrier

Thomson, Elizabeth on 26/06/1859 at Newton, Catrine. Wife of Mr Daniel Buchanan, joiner

Steel, James jun. on 23/06/1859 at Court-thorn Cottage, Galston. Aged 28 years

Smith, Janet on 25/06/1859 at Rosebank Cottage, Ayr. Aged 80 years. Daughter of the late Robert Smith, Esq., ship-builder, Ayr

Scott, William on 24/06/1859 at Kilmarnock. Eldest son of the late Mr Andrew Scott, spirit-dealer

Committie, John on 25/06/1859 at Largs. Of the Brisbane Arms Hotel

Reid, William on 15/06/1859 at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Aged 62. Son of the late Mr William Reid, farmer, Auchenweet [sic], Tarboltan [sic], Ayrshire—Deceased was in the employment of Messrs Turnbull, St Anthony's Lead Works, Newcastle, and was much respected by his employers and all who knew him

Smith, James on 28/06/1859 at Auchinleck. Son of James Smith, iron miner

Kirkland, James on 24/06/1859 at Glenmuir, Auchinleck. Aged 75 years. Customer weaver
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 241, 09/07/1859

Births:

Hunter, Female on 08/07/1859 at the Railway Station, Saltcoats. Father: David

Watson, Male on 01/07/1859 at Gilgrotha Cottage, Kilwinning. Father: James, contractor

Conn, Male on 04/07/1859 at Brrrel [sic] Lane, Glasgow [probably Burrell's Lane]. Father: William, formerly of Kilwinning

Cavenie, Male on 08/07/1859 at Byres, Kilwinning. Father: Robert, tailor and clothier

Boden, Male on 01/07/1859 at Beoch, Maybole. Father: James

Cowan, Male on 04/07/1859 at Midsands Cottage, Ayr. Father: Andrew

Mitchell, Male on 30/06/1859 at Nelson St. Kilmarnock. Father: James

Taylor, Male on 03/07/1859 at Shawneuk, near Catrine. Father: Andrew

Willock, Female on 07/07/1859 at Green St. Ayr. Father: Thomas

Pollock, Female on 02/07/1859 at Townhead. Father: Alexander, teacher

Taylor, Male on 02/07/1859 at Kilmaurs. Father: John, wright


Marriages:
McDonald, Donald on 28/06/1859 at Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr McCall, to Annie, eldest daughter of Mr John Bannatyne, Drumageniur [sic, possibly Drumaghinier], Arran

Bannatyne, Annie on 28/06/1859 at Ardrossan by the Rev. Mr McCall, to Donald McDonald

McCreath, John on 06/07/1859 at Winton Inn, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Miss Mary, daughter of the late Mr John Conn, Corsehill, Kilwinning

Conn, Mary on 06/07/1859 at Winton Inn, Kilwinning by the Rev. Dr Campbell, to Mr John McCreath, ship-carpenter, Liverpool

Cowan, John jr. on 06/07/1859 at Ayr by the Rev. Walter Morison of the U. P. Church, Cathcart Street, to Margaret Andrew, daughter of Matthew Adam, Esq., boot and shoe manufacturer, Ayr

Adam, Margaret Andrew on 06/07/1859 at Ayr by the Rev. Walter Morison of the U. P. Church, Cathcart Street, to Mr John Cowan jr., Union Bank of Scotland, Glasgow

Gass, James on 30/06/1859 at Milton, Dalmellington by the Rev. D. Stirling, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Adam Clark, butler, Camlarg

Clark, Mary on 30/06/1859 at Milton, Dalmellington by the Rev. D. Stirling, to Mr James Gass, Dalmellington

Gaunt, Thomas Buntine on 05/07/1859 at Lawhill by the Rev. J. Fleming, Troon, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr James White, gamekeeper to His Grace the Duke of Portland

White, Agnes on 05/07/1859 at Lawhill by the Rev. J. Fleming, Troon, to Mr Thomas Buntine Gaunt, gamekeeper to William Gordon Esq., of Akenhead

Dunlop, James on 04/07/1859 at 55 College St. by the Rev. Brown Johnston, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr John Black, portioner, Harthill, Shotts and relict of the late Mr James Miller, builder, Chappelhall

Black or Miller, Elizabeth on 04/07/1859 at 55 College St. by the Rev. Brown Johnston, to Mr James Dunlop, wine and spirit merchant, Glasgow

Steele, Gabriel on 05/07/1859 at Townhead Tollhouse, Kilmaurs by the Rev. James Maxwell, to Jean, second daughter of the late John Brown, Bogend Tollhouse, Symington

Brown, Jean on 05/07/1859 at Townhead Tollhouse, Kilmaurs by the Rev. James Maxwell, to Mr Gabriel Steele. grocer. Kilmarnock

Colquhoun, Robert on 02/06/1859 at Hamilton, Canada by the Rev. Dr Irvine, to Ann, youngest daughter of Mr Coll [sic] Ross, Ayrshire

Ross, Ann on 02/06/1859 at Hamilton, Canada by the Rev. Dr Irvine, to Mr Robert Colquhoun, conductor, G. W. R. [Great Western Railway]


Deaths:
Stevenston [sic], on 06/07/1859 at Crofthead St. Saltcoats. Eldest son of David Stevenston [sic], merchant

Reid, Mrs on 04/07/1859 at Chapelwell St. Saltcoats. Aged 34 years. Wife of Mr Thomas Reid

Reid, James on 03/07/1859 at Drakemire St. Saltcoats. Aged 63 years. Cattle-dealer. Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Park, Samuel on 02/07/1859 at High St. Irvine. Aged 33 years. Sculptor, Glasgow

Kinloch, Euphemia on 06/07/1859 at St. Germain St. Catrine. In the 81st year of her age. Relict of the late Mr James Drummond, tenter, Catrine Works

Nicol, Helen on 03/07/1859 at Glensherray [sic, possibly Glensherag], Brodick. Aged 63 years. Relict of Mr John Brown

Logan, Jane on 01/07/1859 at Stewarton. Aged 30 years. Eldest daughter of Mr Robert Logan, agent

McLean, Gilbert on 06/07/1859 at Crossburn, Loans. Aged 18 years. Son of Mr William McLean

Wilson, Andrew on 30/06/1859 at Canal St. Saltcoats. Aged 8 years. Son of Capt. J. R. Wilson

Logan, Anne M, on 14/03/1859 at sea, on their passage to Auckland, New Zealand. Wife of John Wilson, wright, late of Kilmarnock, and eldest daughter of Mr John Logan, late of Coylton

Gemmell, James on 29/06/1859 at Prestwick. Aged 27. Son of Mr James Gemmell, postmaster, Newmilns

Dempster, James on 29/06/1859 at Carsphairn. Innkeeper

Develin, Mrs Henry on 04/07/1859 at Saltpans, Troon

Anderson, Jane Allan on 29/06/1859 at Troon. Aged 12 years. Daughter of Captain John Anderson

Campbell, Ebenezer on 01/07/1859 at Pleasantfield, Dalrymple. Aged 73. Youngest son of the late Mr John Campbell, farmer, Danston, Dalrymple
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