Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 142, 15/08/1857

Births:

McGregor, Male on 15/08/1857 at Harbour, Ardrossan. Father: Edward, pilot

Wilson, Male on 03/08/1857 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father not named

McFee, Female on 08/08/1857 at Greenend Cottage, Saltcoats. Father James, Captain

Paterson, Female on 12/08/1857 at Galston. [Father: Mr Paterson, Blair's School]

Dunlop, Female on 09/08/1857 at Craigie Terrace, Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: The Rev. H. Dunlop


Marriages:
Baird, Hugh on 12/08/1857 at 11 Hopeton Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Edmond, to Miss Anne Cochrane, daughter of William Cochrane, Esq.

Cochrane, Anne on 12/08/1857 at 11 Hopeton Place, Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Edmond, to Captain Hugh Baird, Saltcoats

Murray, David on 07/08/1857 at Laigh Logan, near Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Robert French, Kirkconnell

French, Elizabeth on 07/08/1857 at Laigh Logan, near Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr David Murray, miner

McEwan, Duncan on 05/08/1857 at 10 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Alexander, brother of the bride, to Helen, eldest daughter of David Alexander, Esq., Kilmarnock
and
Meggat, Thomas on 05/08/1857 at 10 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Alexander, brother of the bride, to Annie, second daughter of David Alexander, Esq., Kilmarnock

Alexander, Helen on 05/08/1857 at 10 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Alexander, brother of the bride, to the Rev. Duncan McEwan, United Presbyterian Church, Ramsey
and
Alexander, Annie on 05/08/1857 at 10 Portland Terrace, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Alexander, brother of the bride, to Mr Thomas Meggat, Glasgow

McGill, William, by special license, on 06/08/1857 at St. Paul's Church [no town, probably Dublin] by the Rev. W. J. H. Lefanu[sic], A.M., Rector, to Isabella, second daughter of John Ireland, Esq., of Ellis Quay, Dublin, and grand-daughter of the late James Ireland, Esq., Lieut. and Adjutant, 93rd Highlanders

Ireland, Isabella, by special license, on 06/08/1857 at St. Paul's Church [no town, probably Dublin] by the Rev. W. J. H. Lefanu[sic], A.M., Rector, to William McGill, Esq., Lieutenant and Quartermaster, 79th Highlanders


Deaths:
Taylor, Archibald on 08//08/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Seaman

Foard, Mrs William on 11/08/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan.

Donaldson, Mary on 07/08/1857 at Byres, Kilwinning. Aged 15 years. Daughter of Alexander Donaldson

Barbour, Miss B. on 05/08/1857 at Brodick, Arran. Daughter of the late Humphrey Barbour, Esq.

Harvey, James on 07/08/1857 at Friar's Croft, Irvine. Shipmaster

McKenna, Robert on 05/08/1857 at Girvan. Aged 70 years. Cartwright

Reilly, William on 05/08/1857 at High St. Maybole. Contractor

Smith, Marjory on 06/08/1857 at the Free Church Manse, Lochwinnoch. Fourth daughter of the Rev. Dr Smith

Wilson, Agnes on 03/08/1857 at 19 King St. Kilmarnock. In the 54th year of her age, after a severe attack of dysentery. Wife of Mr James Jamieson – much and justly regretted by all who knew her

Hughes, Margaret on 11/08/1857, of hoping [sic] cough, at Masehouse [Mosshouse] Square, parish of Auchinleck. Daughter of Samuel Hughes

Wilson, James on 11/08/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 55. Tailor

Kirkwood, Jane on 12/08/1857 at Cunningham-Baidland, Dalry. Aged 77. Relict of the late Robert Kirkwood, farmer, Hillend, Dalry

Fleck, Thomas on 03/08/1857 at West Kilbride. Collector of Poor's Rates

Munro, Douglas on 01/08/1857 at Dalry. Daughter of Mr Charles Munro, miner
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 143, 22/08/1857

Births:

Willock, Female on 10/08/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Hugh, coal-agent

Aitken, Female on 20/08/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Robert, tinsmith

Roadman, Male on 12/08/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Michael, coast-guard

Dick, Male on 18/08/1857 at Harbour St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Ritchie, Female on 19/08/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Father: James, joiner

Fleming, Male on 14/08/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine. Father: William

Freckleton, Male on 14/08/1857 at Fullarton St. Irvine. Father: Joseph

Hunter, Male on 07/08/1857 at Pennymore, Ochiltree. Father: John

Hutton, Female on 17/08/1857 at Troon. Father: James

Stewart, Male on 13/08/1857 at Ochiltree. Father: Quintin, parochial schoolmaster

King, Female on 13/08/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: Andrew, grocer

White, Male on 18/08/1857 at the Green, Kilwinning. Father: Cunningham

Muir, Male on 17/08/1857 at Burnside Cottage, Troon. Father: D. G., of H. M. Customs


Marriages:
Cree, John on 12/08/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Reid, Dumbarton, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr David Reid, grocer there

Reid, Margaret on 12/08/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Reid, Dumbarton, to Mr John Cree

Woodside, John on 18/08/1857 at Corsehill, Kilwinning by the Rev. Mr McGregor, to Miss Barnett Ralston

Ralston, Barnett on 18/08/1857 at Corsehill, Kilwinning by the Rev. Mr McGregor, to Mr John Woodside, Union Place

Clelland, Jessie [no date] at Knockinglaw, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Clelland, Bolton, brother of the bride, to Douglas Gebbie, farmer, Galston

Gebbie, Douglas [no date] at Knockinglaw, Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Clelland, Bolton, brother of the bride, to Miss Jessie Clelland, second daughter of the late Robert Clelland, farmer


Deaths:
Williams, Owen washed overboard at the entrance to the Bay of Bengal on 24/06/1857. Captain of the ship "Eweretta"

Hogarth, Mrs on 17/08/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Wife of John Hogarth

Anderson, Mrs on 16/08/1857 at Cheapside St. Kilmarnock. Aged 40 years

Peebles, Margaret on 10/08/1857 at Fairhills, Lochwinnoch. Relict of the late William Brodie, Esq. of Ner—velston [unclear]

Guthrie, Isabella, suddenly on 16/08/1857 at Drumsmudden, parish of Ochiltree. Relict of the late Mr Guthrie, farmer there

Howie, James on 17/08/1857 at Paddock Burn Cottage, near Catrine. In the 27th year of his age

Lochhead, Robert on 16/08/1857 at Girgenti, parish of Stewarton. Aged 66. Overseer

Lockhart, Rev. Robert, M.A., after a short illness, on 12/08/1857 at the Manse, Kilmaurs. Assistant minister of Kilmaurs

Young, Samuel on 11/08/1857 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 70 years

Pollock, Jean on 19/08/1857 at Dalry. Aged 85. Relict of Mr Robert Pollock, Dalry

Dunn, George on 16/08/1857 at Darnconer, Auchinleck. Aged 8 years. Son of George Dunn, contractor

Bennet, John, of scarlet fever on 19/08/1857 at Commondyke, Auchinleck. Aged 3½. Son of Thomas Bennet

Clarie, Jean of scarlet fever on 19?/08/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 7 years. Daughter of John Clarie
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 144, 29/08/1857

Births:

Smith, Male on 22/08/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: John, railway-guard

Henderson, Male on 27/08/1857 at Mill Farm [Millfarm, Ardrossan]. Father: Matthew, merchant

Neil, Female on 27/08/1857 at Chapelwell St. Saltcoats. Father: John, sailor

Guthrie, Female on 26/08/1857 at 10, Grove St. Glasgow. Father: Christopher

Alexander, Female on 26/08/1857 at Content St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: Gilbert

Ballantine, Female on 25/08/1857 at Cumnock. Father Duncan, printer and bookseller

Gilmour, Male on 22/08/1857 at Thirdpart, parish of Kilmarnock. Father: John

Paton, Male on 23/08/1857 at 11 Alloway Place, Ayr. Father: James

Laidlaw, Male on 20/08/1857 at Darnconner, Auchinleck. Father: James


Marriages:
Smith, John on 26/08/1857 at Rockvale, Saltcoats by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr T. Hodges, Little Glemham, County Suffolk, England.

Hodges, Ellen on 26/08/1857 at Rockvale, Saltcoats by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, to Mr John Smith, baker

Adams, Robert on 21/08/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Miss Janet Auld

Auld, Janet on 21/08/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. William Young, to Mr Robert Adams

Brown, George on 10/08/1857 at Slatehole, Ochiltree by the Rev. William Montgomerie Walker, to Agnes Neil, second daughter of Mr William Hillhouse, farmer, Slatehole

Hillhouse, Agnes Neil on 10/08/1857 at Slatehole, Ochiltree by the Rev. William Montgomerie Walker, to Mr George Brown, farmer, Auchinbay

McTurk, John on 25/08/1857 at Pathead, New Cumnock by the Rev. Robert Murray, to Jane, daughter of Mr Daniel Craig

Craig, Jane on 25/08/1857 at Pathead, New Cumnock by the Rev. Robert Murray, to Mr John McTurk, draper, Dudley

Stewart, Andrew M. on 25/08/1857 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. James Robertson, Newington, Edinburgh, to Agnes, second daughter of Mr John Orr

Orr, Agnes on 25/08/1857 at Halfway, Irvine by the Rev. James Robertson, Newington, Edinburgh, to Andrew M. Stewart, Esq., ironfounder


Deaths:
Mortar, Jeanie on 25/08/1857 ar Fergushill, parish of Kilmaurs. Third daughter of George Mortar, farmer there

Finnie, Mrs Archibald, senr on 24/08/1857 at Braefoot House, Kilmarnock. Aged 79

McQuaker, Mary on 22/08/1857 at Girvan. Aged 32. Wife of Mr Hugh Huthison[sic]

Meikle, Annie on 20/08/1857 at Newtown, Catrine. In the 12th year of her age. Third daughter of the late Mr James Meikle, ploughman, Laigh Logan

Miller, Robert on 20/08/1857 at Hurlford

Smith, John, [no date] at Mozuffurnugger. Killed by mutineers. Lieutenant, 44th Native Infantry, and Adjutant of the 4th Irregular Cavalry, Bengal. Only son of the late John Smith, Esq., of Drongan, Ayrshire

Stirrat, B on 20/08/1857 at Dalry. Relict of Mr Hugh Speirs, land-surveyor

McDowall, Agnes, of dysentery on 18/08/1857 at Burnton, parish of Dalrymple. In the 85th year of her age. Wife of Mr John Stewart, and only sister of the late Mr William McDowall, surgeon, Kirkcudbright

Morton, Andrew on 20/08/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 73 years, mason

Laidlaw, Catherine on 24/08/1857 at Darnconner, Auchinleck. Aged 2 years. Daughter of James Laidlaw

Graham, William on 24/08/1857 at Darconner, Auchinleck

McArvail, Agnes on 25/08/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 77 years. Relict of Mr John McArvail, Cumnock
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 145, 05/09/1857

Births:

Stewart, Female on 04/09/1857 at the Free Manse, Ardrossan. Father not named

McDonnell, Female on 30/08/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Hugh

Simpson, Female on 30/08/1857 at Largs. Father: J. Y.

Cunninghame, Male on 28/08/1857 at 34 Pulford St., Pimlico, London. Father: William, pianoforte-maker, formerly of Kilwinning

Anderson, Male on 16/08/1857 at Hest St. Hamilton, Canada West. Father: Gilbert, engineer, late of Ayrshire

Daniel, Female on 31/08/1857 at Troon. Father: William

Waddell, Male on 27/08/1857 at the Eglinton Iron Works, Kilwinning. Father: Thomas

Watson, Male on 29/08/1857 at Troon Harbour. Father: Captain of the brig "Ileiope" of Liverpool

Wilson, Male on 24/08/1857 at Newton-Stewart. Father: Robert, bootmaker


Marriages:
Begg, James B. on 31/08/1857 at Bridge House, Ayr by the Rev. Thomas Dykes, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Haldane, Broomhouse, Stevenston

Haldane, Mary on 31/08/1857 at Bridge House, Ayr by the Rev. Thomas Dykes, to Mr James B. Begg, Dundyvan

Dick, Hugh on 28/08/1857 at Kirkgate, Irvine by the Rev. James Robertson, Newington, Edinburgh, to Isabella Muir Fullarton, youngest daughter of Mr James Holmes, plasterer

Holmes, Isabella Muir Fullarton on 28/08/1857 at Kirkgate, Irvine by the Rev. James Robertson, Newington, Edinburgh, to Mr Hugh Dick, builder

Fenwick, John on 27/08/1857 at Glenluce by the Rev. Mr Pooler, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr Andrew Wales, farmer and inspector of the poor of Glenluce

Wales, Elizabeth on 27/08/1857 at Glenluce by the Rev. Mr Pooler, to Mr John Fenwick, draper, Whithorn

Smith, John on 28/08/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Jane, only daughter of Mr Christopher Shaw, weaver, Catrine

Shaw, Jane on 28/08/1857 at Mill St. Catrine by the Rev. John Rankine, Sorn, to Mr John Smith, private watchman, Glasgow

Gemmell, James on 28/08/1857 at Park Lane Cottage, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, of the Low Church, to Elizabeth only daughter of the late Mr Alexander Findlay, inspector of poor, there

Findlay, Elizabeth on 28/08/1857 at Park Lane Cottage, Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. V. Thomson, of the Low Church, to Mr James Gemmell


Deaths:
Logan, John, Esq. on 31/08/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Aged 68

Cook, Margaret on 01/09/1857 at Harbour St. Saltcoats. Relict of Mr McKinnon

Alexander, William on 29/08/1857 at Waterside, Fenwick. In the 19th year of his age. Fifth son of Mr Hugh Alexander, wool spinner

Crichton, Mary, suddenly on 11/08/1857 at Ayr. Second daughter of Mr Hugh Crichton, innkeeper, Cumnock

Ferguson, Quintin on 02/08/1857 at sea, on board ship "Cuban", on the passage from Matanzas to Greenock. Late of Ayr

Hendrie, William on 28/08/1857 at Ayr Place, Catrine. In the 16th year of his age. Eldest son of Mr Peter Hendrie, cabinetmaker, Catrine

Hyndman, Mrs Col. on 30/08/1857 at Springside, West Kilbride. Aged 84 years. Widow of Colonel Henry Hyndman, late H.E.I.C.S. – Friends will please accept of this intimation

Young, Miss Mary, on 29/08/1857 at Troon. Aged 33 years

Gibson, Mary McGill on 02/09/1857 at Dalry. Aged 39 years. Wife pf Mr T. Grant, conductor of music

Morton, Fanny on 01/09/1857 at Pitcon House, Dalry. Aged 37 years. Wife of Mr N. B. Cameron
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 146, 12/09/1857

Births:

Brown, Male on 02/09/1857 at High Monkcastle, Kilwinning. Father: Robert

Browne, Female on 05/09/1857 at Antigua Cottage, Troon. Father: Mr Captain Charles

Hamilton, Female on 02/09/1857 at Mill St. Ayr. Father: William

Nisbet, Female on 05/19/1857 at Mauchline. Father Hugh Steven

Wylie, Male on 07/09/1857 at 53 Clarence St. Glasgow. Father: Captain Wylie

Cadzow, Female on 04/09/1857 at Great Hamilton St. Kilmarnock. Father: John

Service, Female on 02/09/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: William

Fullarton, Male on 11/09/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: Adam

Wellwood, Male on 08/09/1857 at Harbour, Ardrossan. Father: Douglas

Logan, Male on 04/09/1857 at Kirkland [no town or parish mentioned]. Father not named

Caldwell, Male on 02/09/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: Archibald

Gunning, Female on 19/08/1857 at Grasswater[sic] [probably Gasswater, Auchinleck]. Father: William

Dow, Male on 26/08/1857 at Comondyke[sic], Auchinleck. Father: Andrew

Gilchrist, Male on 28/08/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Father: Alexander

Clelland. Male on 20/08/1857 at Grasswater[sic] [probably Gasswater], Auchinleck. Father: James

Cook, Female on 05/09/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Father: James


Marriages:
Attwood, J. on 07/09/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan by the Rev. William T. Wilson, Dean of Glasgow, and incumbent of Trinity Church, Ayr, to Eliza, only daughter of James Barrett, Esq., Richmond, Surrey, and widow of the late Henry Trotter, Esq., Irvine

Barrett [or Trotter], Eliza on 07/09/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan by the Rev. William T. Wilson, Dean of Glasgow, and incumbent of Trinity Church, Ayr, to Mr J. Attwood, Glasgow.

Anderson, Charles on 08/09/1857 at Girvan by the Rev. William Corson, to Jessie Niven, eldest daughter of Robert Ballantine, Esq., M.D., Girvan

Ballantine, Jessie Niven on 08/09/1857 at Girvan by the Rev. William Corson, to Charles Anderson Esq., banker and solicitor, Jedburgh

Thomson, John A. on 09/09/1857 at Wardsend, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Harriet Miller, daughter of the late Robert Smith, Esq.

Smith, Harriet Miller on 09/09/1857 at Wardsend, Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to John A. Thomson, Esq., Grange


Deaths:
Todd, John on 04/09/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Turner. Much regretted

Bowie, George on 22/08/1857 at Haining Place, Kilmarnock. Aged 74 years. Farmer

Bowman, Mary on 04/09/1857 at Shaw Toll, parish of Ochiltree. Fourth daughter of the late Mr John Bowman, farmer, Chipperlaggan, Ochiltree

Faulkner, Kinloch on 04/09/1857 at Galston. Sister of the late Rev. Peter Campbell, of the Free Church, Wellinton[sic] St. Kilmarnock

Kerr, Andrew on 06./09/1857 at Wood St. Catrine. In the 68th year of his age. Late worker in Catrine Bleaching Work

Muir, John suddenly on 06/09/1857 at Hurlford. Aged 78 years. Better known by the name of "Auld Quarter"

Orr, William on 06/09/1857 at Halfway, Irvine. Aged 63 years. Shoemaker. – Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Stirrat, Hugh on 09/09/1857 at Bogend Tollhouse, Symington. After a long and severe illness

Galloway, Jane on 06/09/1857 at Kirklands, Maybole. Widow of the late Mr Fergus Sloan, farmer in Breek

Young, Isabella Findlay on 08/09/1857 at Woodend, Auchinleck. Aged 10 years. Eldest daughter of Mrs Janet Young

Jamieson, James on 09/09/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Aged 9 years. Son of Mr Andrew Jamieson

Howie, Agnes on 10/09/1857 at St Marnock St. Kilmarnock. Aged 44 years. After a long and painful illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation. Wife of Mr William Wylie

Gray, Helen on 07/09/1857 at Gourock. Relict of the Rev. Alexander Telfer, Johnstone. After a long and painful illness

Morton, Mrs William on 07/09/1857 at Cowgate, Mauchline. Aged 68 years. Late of Lochend, Coylton.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 147, 19/09/1857

Births:

Crawford, Female on 14/09/1857 at 14 Newmarket St. Ayr. Father: William

Gibson, Female on 09/09/1857 at Clash Hall Cottage, near Mauchline. Father: John

Mitchell, Female on 11/09/1857 at Symington. Father: Walter

Wilson, Male on 16/09/1857 at Troon. Father: Joseph

Smith, Male on 07/09/1857 at Stewarton. Father: Robert, grocer


Marriages:
Kinnier, Robert S. on 18/09/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, to Agnes Corse, youngest daughter of the late William Stirling, Esq., Paisley

Stirling, Agnes Corse on 18/09/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Joseph Davidson, to Robert S. Kinnier, surgeon, Saltcoats

Carson, Stuart on 12/09/1857 at Calderbank by the Rev. William Jackson, Airdrie, to Joan, 7th daughter of Mr Alexander Aird, postmaster, Calderbank, late of Catrine

Aird, Joan on 12/09/1857 at Calderbank by the Rev. William Jackson, Airdrie, to Mr Stuart Carson

Kennedy, Captain on 10/09/1857 at Enterkine, to Mary Anne, second daughter of John Bell Esq., of Enterkine

Bell, Mary Anne on 10/09/1857 at Enterkine, to Captain Kennedy, of Bennane and Finnart

Currie, Donald on 11/09/1857 at Tormore, Shisken, Arran by the Rev. Mr Nicol, to Jean, fourth daughter of Mr Sim, farmer there

Sim, Jean on 11/09/1857 at Tormore, Shisken, Arran by the Rev. Mr Nicol, to Donald Currie, ploughman


Deaths:
Richmond, Isabella on 16/09/1857 at Kilwinning. After a long and severe illness

Blair, Agnes on 15/09/1857 at Darlingtown, Stewarton. Aged 68 years. Relict of Mr Thomas Shields

Holburn, James on 12/09/1857 at Stewarton. Son of Mr Andrew Holburn, leader of Psalmody, in the Parish Church, here

Langlan, Janet Wallace on 14/09/1857 at Stewarton. Infant daughter of James Langlan, jun.

Andrew, Catherine suddenly on 03/09/1857 at Hurlford. Aged 42 years. Wife of Mr Robert Anderson, grocer – much and justly regretted

McWilliam, Agnes on 13/09/1857 at Troon. Aged 53 years. Wife of Mr Thomas Logan, seaman

Wilson, Margaret suddenly on 17/08/1857 at West Kilbride. Aged 35 years. Wife of John Boyd, molecatcher – esteemed by all who knew her

Richmond, Catherine on 14/09/1857 at Cumnock. Wife of Robert Kerr, miner

Johnson, Janet on 14/09/1857 at Ayr Road, Cumnock. Aged 8 years and 5 months. Eldest daughter of William Johnson, shoemaker

Hogg, Thomas on 16/09/1857 at Dalry. Aged 78 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 148, 26/09/1857

Births:

McCallum, Female on 25/09/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: William, seaman

Boyd, Male on 17/09/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Mr Boyd, boot and shoemaker

Service, Female on 21/09/1857 at Main St. Kilwinning. Father: William

Hyslop, Female on 18/09/1857 at George St. Wallacetown, Ayr. Father: John

Macfadyen, Female on 21/09/1857 at Patna. Father: Thomas E.

Weir, Female on 15/09/1857 at Ochiltree. Father: John, blacksmith

Young, Male on 19/09/1857 at Ladyland, Maybole. Father: Thomas, shoemaker

Cassells, Female on 04/09/1857 at Glengarnock Iron Works, Kilbirnie. Father: George, blacksmith


Marriages:
Alexander, John on 15/09/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Alexander Darroch, Esq., merchant there

Darroch, Margaret on 15/09/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to John Alexander, Esq., banker, Kilbirnie

Mitchell, James on 15/09/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Margaret, daughter of Sergeant McMath, Kilmarnock

McMath, Margaret on 15/09/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. John Symington, to Mr James Mitchell, baker, Glasgow


Deaths:
Anderson, Hugh on 18/09/1857 at Quay St. Saltcoats. Aged 7 years and 4 months. Son of Hugh Anderson

McLaine, Susanna on 17/09/1857 at Copland View, Corporation St. Belfast. Third daughter of the late Alexander McLaine, Esq.

Brown, William on 05/09/1857 at No 3 Cavendish St. Glasgow. Aged 5 years. Youngest son of James Brown, senior Carpet Weaver, late of Kilmarnock

Gibson, Thomas, Esq. on 02/08/1857 at Point de Galle. Merchant, Melbourne. Second surviving son of the late Thomas Gibson, Esq., banker in Ayr.- Friends will please accept of this intimation

Currie, Mary on 19/09/1857 at Ford St. Catrine. Aged 48 years. Wife of Mr James Lambie; mason

Mair, Thomas on 16/09/1857 at Auchinbart, parish of Galston. In the 24th year of his age. Son of Mr John Mair, farmer there

Murdoch, Mrs on 18/09/1857 at Wood St. Catrine. Wife of Mr Murdoch

Wallace, James on 15/09/1857 at Auchenbrain, Mauchline. Aged 9 years. Third son of Mr James Wallace, farmer there

Young, Isabella on 21/09/1857 at Wood St. Catrine. In her 1st year. Daughter of Mr John Young, shoemaker, Catrine

Gemmell, James on 20/09/1857 at West Kilbride. Eldest son of Mr Charles Gemmell, potatoe-merchant

Ritchie, Janet on 22/09/1857 at Paisley. Aged 47. Wife of Dr James Paton, Paisley – Friends will please to accept this intimation

Hunter, Marion on 18/09/1857 at Limond's Wynd, Wallacetown, Ayr. Relict of Mr James Jamieson, manufacturer. Deceased was distinguished for her sincere piety and warm-hearted benevolence, and her loss will be deeply felt by many to whom she ministered in seasons of affliction
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 149, 03/10/1857

Births:

McLeod, Female on 25/09/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Norman

Campbell, Female on 28/09/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. Father: Donald

Reid, Female on 26/09/1857 at Chapelwell St. Saltcoats. Father: Thomas, mason

Eaglesham, Female on 23/09/1857 at Lainshaw Mill, Stewarton. Father: W. jun.

Reid, Male on 28/09/1857 at High St. Irvine. Father: Mathew

Stevens, Female on 27/09/1857 at Mill Square, Catrine. Father: Robert

Bailey, Male on 01/10/1857 at Newton Cottage, Beith. Father: J. L.

Milsop, Female on 18/09/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Father: James

Johnston, Female on 21/09/1857 at Wielside, Auchinleck. Father: James [see death notice below]


Marriages:
McKinlay, A. C. on 29/09/1857 at Corsehill, Dreghorn by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, Irvine, to Janet, eldest daughter of James Paterson Esq., farmer, Corsehill

Paterson, Janet on 29/09/1857 at Corsehill, Dreghorn by the Rev. W. B. Robertson, Irvine, to A. C. McKinlay, Esq., harbour master, Irvine

Nisbet, Walter on 29/09/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Janet, fourth daughter of Bryce Conn, Esq., Kilwinning

Conn, Janet on 29/09/1857 at Kilbirnie by the Rev. John Orr, to Mr Walter Nisbet, Merchant, Glasgow


Deaths:
Benson, Charles on 27/09/1857 at Paisley St. Ardrossan

Hamilton, Mrs James on 26/09/1857 at Galston. Aged 76 years. After a very trying and long affliction, which she bore with great fortitude and Christian resignation

Hannah, Charles on 22/09/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. In the 39th year of his age. Third son of Mr George Hannah, Catrine Works

Langlan, Janet Wallace on 14/09/1857 at Stewarton. Infant daughter of Mr James Langlan jun.

Morton, Mrs Gavin on 14/09/1857 at Langlands St Kilmarnock. Aged 69 years

Richmond, Isabella on 16/09/1857 at Kilwinning. After a long and severe illness

Grant, Isabel on 29/09/1857 at 22 Park Terrace, Regents Park, London. Eldest daughter of Mr A. Grant, Boot and shoemaker

Brown, Mary on 24/09/1857 at 24/09/1857 at Howgate, Kilwinning. Aged 22 years. Only daughter of Mr John Brown

Stewart, Susan on 24/09/1857 at Eglinton Iron Works

Richmond, Mrs suddenly on 01/10/1857 at Galston. Relict of the late Mr Hugh Richmond, woollen manufacturer there, and late of Garden St. Kilmarnock

Grant, John on 01/10/1857 at Cumnock. Draper's assistant

Clark, William on 27/09/1857 at Kilmaurs. In the 24th year of his age. Joiner

Templeton, Mrs Thomas on 25/09/1857 at Kilmaurs

Sutherland, David on 20/09/1857 at Graswater, Auchinleck. Son of Robert Sutherland, compositor

Welsh, Sylvia on 23/09/1857 at Darnconner Square, Auchinleck. Daughter of James Welsh, sinker

Johnston, infant on 27/09/1857 at Wielside, Auchinleck. The infant daughter of James Johnston, gamekeeper
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 150, 10/10/1857

Births:

Ash, Male on 26/09/1857 at Glengarnock Iron Works. Father: Archibald, late aide-de-camp to Sir Colin Campbell

Murchie, Male on 30/09/1857 at Quay St. Saltcoats. Father: Charles, late of Australia

Aird, Male on 05/10/1857 at Troon. Father: Alexander

Cumming, Male on 29/09/1857 at Clark St. Kilmarnock. Father: John

Currie, Female on 02/10/1857 at Common, Auchinleck. Father: Daniel

Drary, Male on 04/10/1857 at Lugar, Auchinleck. Father William, iron miner

Stewart, Female on 18/09/1857 at Belloo[sic, probably Bellow] Mill, Auchinleck. Father: William, miller


Marriages:
Muir, Hugh on 06/10/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Daniel McFie, Edinburgh, to Janet, eldest daughter of the late Robert Temple, Esq., of Burnside, Kilmarnock

Temple, Janet on 06/10/1857 at Kilmarnock by the Rev. Daniel McFie, Edinburgh, to Hugh Muir, Esq., of Raglan Terrace, Highbury, London

Paterson, William on 06/10/1857 at Riccarton by the Rev. David Hogg, Kirkmahoe, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Mr Robert Hogg, Whitehill

Hogg, Isabella on 06/10/1857 at Riccarton by the Rev. David Hogg, Kirkmahoe, to Mr William Paterson, Kilmarnock

Robertson, William on 22/09/1857 at New York by the Rev. Dr Thompson, to Miss Jane Goudie of Ayr, Scotland

Goudie, Jane on 22/09/1857 at New York by the Rev. Dr Thompson, to Mr William Robertson of Ayr, Scotland

Smith, Matthew on 29/09/1857 at Brougham Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev P. Macfarlane, Rothsay[sic], to Christian, daughter of the late Mr J. Thomson

Thomson, Christian on 29/09/1857 at Brougham Place, Kilmarnock by the Rev P. Macfarlane, Rothsay[sic], to Mr Matthew Smith, house-factor


Deaths:
Watt, Capt. John on 04/10/1857 at Montgomery St. Ardrossan. Captain of the "Lady Lilford, Ardrossan

Mack, James Ogilvie Senr., Esq. on 09/10/1857 at 6 Crescent, Ardrossan.

Barr, Robert on 30/09/1857 at Hurlford. Aged 41 years – deep and justly regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances

Gilmour, Robert, Esq., Bottoms on 02/10/1857 at Bottoms, parish of Beith. Aged 67 years

Stewart, Agnes, after a short illness, on 03/10/1857 at Ford St. Catrine. In the 70th year of her age. Relict of the late Mr William Hendrie, mason

Muir, Annabella on 29/09/1857 at Eglinton St. Glasgow. Wife of the late Captain William McAulay, and second youngest daughter of the late Mr Muir, Waterside, Kilmarnock

McKinlay, Alexander, suddenly on 30/09/1857 at Rutherglen Loan Glasgow. In the 61st year of his age. Shoe manufacturer, late of Catrine

Underwood, Mary on 29/09/1857 at Largs. Daughter of Mr Matthew Underwood, merchant

Hamilton, Mary, of scarlatina on 03/10/1857 at Coal Road, Auchinleck. Aged 2 years. Daughter of John Hamilton

Urquhart, William, of scarlatina on 04/10/1857 at Main St. Auchinleck. Youngest son of John Urquhart, borer

Hamilton, Margaret, of scarlatina on 04/10/1857 at Coal Road, Auchinleck. Infant daughter of Thomas Hamilton, railway labourer

Finlay, John on 07/10/1857 at the Railway Inn, Auchinleck. Aged 47 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 151, 17/10/1857

Births:

Davie, Male on 12/10/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: William

**Templeton, Female on 21/10/1857 at Pembreck, Auchinleck. Father: Walter

**Marshal, Male on 23/10/1857 at 3 Lugar, Auchinleck. Father: James

Baillie, Female on 03/10/1857 at Coulston, near Patna. Father: James

Brown, Male on 06/10/1857 at Bonnyton Square, Kilmarnock. Father: James

Brown, Male on 06/10/1857 at Townhead, Cumnock. Father: Charles

McCaw, Female on 12/10/1857 at Whitelees, Symington. Father: David

** These are the dates given in the intimation. Presumably they should be 21/09/1857 and 23/09/1857.


Marriages:
Russell, Robert on 09/10/1857 at Back Vennel, Maybole by the Rev. James Moir, to Miss Mary Eastdale

Eastdale, Mary on 09/10/1857 at Back Vennel, Maybole by the Rev. James Moir, to Mr Robert Russell, Ayr

Weir, James on 06/10/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Miss Jessie W. McFee

McFee, Jessie W. on 06/10/1857 at King St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. James Aitken, to Mr James Weir, tobacconist

Deaths:
Hunter, Christinia on 06/10/1857 at Mill Lane, Kilmarnock. Aged 75 years. Relict of the late Mr Walter Bruce

Craig, John on 11/10/1857 at Stonecauseway, Symington. Farmer there

Fowlds, Barbara on 05/10/1857 at Fowlds St. Kilmarnock. Much regretted

Pollock, William on 09/10/1857 at St. Germain St. Catrine. Aged 58 years. Weaver

Smith, Thomas Brown on 12/10/1857 at Stewarton. Infant son of Mr Robert Smith, Grocer

McGee, Agnes, of apoplexy, on 09/10/1857 at Loganston Toll, Auchinleck. Aged 72 years. Relict of James Peden, farmer

Haining, Peter, of inflammation, on 10/10/1857 at Cronberry Crossings, Auchinleck. Infant son of Thomas Haining

Bowie, William on 14/10/1857 at Eglinton. Aged 73 years, and upwards of 40 years in the service of the present Earl of Eglinton. Much and deservedly regretted

Bicker, Mary on 08/10/1857 at 30 Brown St. Glasgow. Daughter of the late Alexander Bicker, flesher, Irvine

Keer, Jean on 10/10/1857 at Bailies, West Kilbride

McBride, James on 13/10/1857 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Merchant

Ritchie, Susan on 10/10/1857 at 70 Robertson St. Glasgow. In the 79th year of her age. Wife of Mr Matthew Brown

Allison, Jane on 11/10/1857 at Meadowbank, Partick. Wife of Mr Hugh Allison
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 152, 24/10/1857

Births:

Fullarton, Male on 17/10/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Alexander, shoemaker

Ritchie, Male on 18/10/1857 at Princes St. Ardrossan. Father: Capt. Ritchie

Scott, Female on 20/10/1857 at the Railway Station, Stevenston. Father: George

Headrick, Male on 23/10/1857 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Father: David, tailor

Allan, Female on 18/10/1857 at Kilbirnie. Father: William, baker

Campbell, Female on 22/10/1857 at Glengarnock Iron Works. Father: Thomas, cashier


Marriages:
**Niven, Hugh on 22/10/1857 at Binbrook, C.W. [Canada West] to Jessie, eldest daughter of Alexander Kennedy, M.D., formerly of Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

**Kennedy, Jessie on 22/10/1857 at Binbrook, C.W. [Canada West] to the Rev. Hugh Niven, Minister of the United Congregations of Saltfleet and Binbrook, in connection with the Church of Scotland

**Grey, Henry on 23/10/1857 at Galt, C.W. [Canada West] by the Rev. H. Gibson, to Alice L., second daughter of Mr Alexander Fisher

**Fisher, Alice L. on 23/10/1857 at Galt, C.W. [Canada West] by the Rev. H. Gibson, to Henry Grey, merchant, son of Mr John Grey, of Cushnie, Aberdeen, Scotland

Morton, James on 02/10/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Miss Mary Weir

Weir, Mary on 02/10/1857 at Stewart Place, Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, to Mr James Morton, mason, Auchinleck

Barclay, Andrew on 20/10/1857 at Glengarnock Iron Works by the Rev. John Orr, Kilbirnie, to Miss Marion Walker

Walker, Marion on 20/10/1857 at Glengarnock Iron Works by the Rev. John Orr, Kilbirnie, to Mr Andrew Barclay, engine-keeper, Glengarnock Iron Works


Deaths:
Scott, James on 21/10/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan

***Hume, Janet on 22/10/1857 at Toronto. Wife of Mr John Watson, late of Glasgow, Scotland

Skeoch, Charles, Esq. on 17/10/1857 at Stewarton. Surgeon, R.N.

Fullerton, William Guthrie on 22/10/1857 at Montgomery St. Ardrossan. Youngest son of the late William Fullerton

Walker, John on 19/10/1857 at India St. Kilmarnock. Aged 63

Jaffrey, John on 19/10/1857 at Cotton Row, Irvine. Aged 13 months. Only son of Robert Jaffrey, jun.


** These are the dates given in the intimation. Presumably they should be 22/09/1857 and 23/09/1857.
***This is the date given in the intimation. Presumably, it should be 22/09/1857.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 153, 31/10/1857

Births:

Moore, Male on 17/10/1857 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father. James

Smith, Male on 29/10/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: J., agent

Pollock, Male on 29/10/1857 at Ardeer Iron Works. Father: Alexander

Dickie, Male on 25/10/1857 at Douglas St. Kilmarnock. Father: Hugh, print-cutter

Gibb, Female on 23/10/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. Father: Robert jr.

Hyndman, Female on 27/10/1857 at Springside, West Kilbride. Father not named

Nicholson, Male on 19/10/1857 at St. Cuthbert St. Catrine. Father John

Porter, Female on 25/10/1857 at Dundonald. Father: A., joiner.
The above child has two grandfathers, two grandmothers, two great grandfathers, two great grandmothers, and one great great grandmother, all alive. The great great grandmother is the celebrated Helen Millar, in Mauchline.

Sturrock, Female on 23/10/1857 at Queen St. Kilmarnock. Father: Robert


Marriages:
Paterson, William on 06/10/1857 at Riccarton by the Rev. David Hogg, Kirkmahae, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Mr Robert Hogg, Whitehall

Hogg, Isabella on 06/10/1857 at Riccarton by the Rev. David Hogg, Kirkmahae, to Mr William Paterson, Kilmarnock

Hood, John Stirling on 15/07/1857 at Richmond, Melbourne, Australia by the Rev. Dr. Cairns, to Jessie Parker, eldest daughter of the late Mr Arbuckle, of Riccarton, Ayrshire

Arbuckle, Jessie Parker on 15/07/1857 at Richmond, Melbourne, Australia by the Rev. Dr. Cairns, to John Stirling Hood, only son of William Hood, Esq., of Riccarton, Ayrshire

Jackson, Richard on 27/10/1857 at Hillside, Beith by the Rev. Andrew Browne, to Jane, third daughter of William King, Esq., of Hillside

King, Jane on 27/10/1857 at Hillside, Beith by the Rev. Andrew Browne, to Richard Jackson, Esq., merchant, Edinburgh

McCartey, Daniel on 23/10/1857 at Dreghorn by the Rev. James Milroy, to Helen, fourth daughter of Mr David Robb, boot and shoemaker, Dreghorn

Robb, Helen on 23/10/1857 at Dreghorn by the Rev. James Milroy, to Mr Daniel McCartey, miner


Deaths:
Nichol, James on 18/10/1857 at Mossend, Brodick, Arran. Aged 93 years.

Duncan, The Rev. James, on 25/10/1857 at St. Quivox Manse, Ayr. B.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge, late curate of the Parish Church, Bridgewater, Somerset, and second surviving son of the late Thomas Duncan, Esq., 78 Great King St. Edinburgh

Blair, John on 16/10/1857 at Hurlford, parish of Riccarton. Aged 26 years. Railway porter

Cochran, Mary on 24/10/1857 at Stewarton. Infant daughter of Mr Robert Cochran, grocer

Glen, Helen on 27/10/1857 at Troon. Wife of Mr William Elliot, innkeeper, Portland Arms Inn

Smith, Janet on 27/10/1857 at Dalry. Wife of Mr William Orr, innkeeper

Gebbie, John on 26/10/1857 at Galston. Aged 18 years. Son of Mr Hugh Gebbie. A well behaved young man and much regretted by surviving friends

Gilmore, John on 22/10/1857 at Troon Harbour. Cashier, Troon Harbour Office

Heron, William on 27/10/1857 at Troon Harbour. Aged 50 years

Mitchell, Peter on 18/10/1857 at Cheapside St. Kilmarnock. Aged 21. Block printer

Pollock, Robert, Esq,. [no date] at Gillsyard, Lochwinnoch. Aged 92 years

Reid, James, of yellow fever on 07/10/1857 at Lisbon. Lancefield Spinning Company, son of Mr James Reid, Kilwinning—deeply regretted

Wright, Hugh on 23/10/1857 at Broughton Place, Kilmarnock. In his 66th year

Galbraith, Mr on 28/10/1857 at Weaver St. Newton, Ayr
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