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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Intimations 1854-1910

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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 107, 13/12/1856

Births:

Beaton, Female on 08/12/1856 at 172 Cowcaddens St. Glasgow. Father: Walter

Brown, Female on 08/12/1856 at Dalry. Father: D.

Watson, Male on 08/12/1856 at Bensley Toll, Kilwinning. Father: James

Robertson, Male on 07/12/1856 at Ardrossan. Father: James, engineer

Goodwin, Male on 06/12/1856 at Irvine. Father: Francis

Goodwin, Female on 08/12/1856 at Kilbirnie Station. Father: John

Kirkwood, Female on 10/12/1856 at Kilbirnie. Father: Hugh

Forfar, Male on 10/12/1856 at 30 Sandon St. Liverpool. Father: Rev. P. T., minister of the Scottish Church, Oldham St.


Marriages:
Boyd, James [no date given] at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Miss Margaret Craig

Craig, Margaret [no date given] at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr James Boyd, West Kilbride

Paisley, Robert Christie on 02/12/1856 at Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mary McNeil [Correction of intimation of the previous week]

McNeil, Mary on 02/12/1856 at Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mr Robert Christie Paisley [Correction of intimation of the previous week]


Mitchell, Henry on 05/12/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. Mr Sommerville, to Isabella Smith, Tarbolton

Smith, Isabella on 05/12/1856 at Irvine by the Rev. Mr Sommerville, to Mr Henry Mitchell, weaver, Irvine


Deaths:
Morton, George on 06/12/1856 at 3, Douglas St. Kilmarnock. Aged 3 years and 6 months. Youngest son of Mr James Morton, carpet-weaver

Wylie, Martha on 06/12/1856 at Low Boydston, near Ardrossan, the residence of her son-in-law. Relict of Mr John Caldwell, farmer, Woodside, Beith

Gourlie, George on 07/12/1856 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Aged 86 years

McKillop, John on 08/12/1856 at Quay St. Saltcoats. Herring merchant

Wallace, Agnes on 09/12/1856 at the Sun Inn, Maybole. Relict of Mr Robert Haddow, Ochiltree

Young, Rev. David, D,D, on 09/12/1856 at Perth

Adam, Archibald Paterson on 07/12/1856 at Kilmarnock. Youngest son of Mr A. Adam, clothier

Roy, Susan on 06/12/1856 at Belleisle Cottages, near Ayr. Aged 36 years. Wife of Mr Robert Baillie, mole-catcher

Bicket, John on 29/11/1856 at Dean St. Kilmarnock. In the 84th year of his age. Late sergeant of the Ayrshire Militia

Brown, Thomas on 04/12/1856 at High St. Kilmarnock. Engineer. Second son of Mr John Brown, Fergushill, by Kilwinning

Cochrane, Robert on 29/11/1856 at Kilmarnock. Aged 6 years. Son of Mr W. Cochrane, tanner

Curdie, Margaret, Mrs on 02/12/1856 at High St. Kilmarnock. Aged 46 years

McWhinnie, Agnes on 05/12/1856 at Low Glencairn St. Kilmarnock. Aged 80 years. Relict of the late Mr John Lindsay

McCormick, Ann on 05/12/1856 at Kirkwynd, Maybole. Wife of Mr Anthony McClelland, spirit dealer

Paterson, Mathew on 06/12/1856 at Corsehill, Dreghorn. Eldest son of Mr James Paterson, farmer
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 108, 20/12/1856

Births:

Miller, Female on 12/12/1856 at Kilmaurs. Father: James, joiner

Wilson, Female on 29/10/1856 at Coalbrook Mines, Pennsylvania. Father: William, manager

Macnair, Male on 17/12/1856 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: David, printer


Marriages:
Buchanan, W. J. on 18/12/1856 at 12, Douglas St. Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Weir, to Isabella, daughter of Mr William McNeill, Saltcoats

McNeill, Isabella on 18/12/1856 at 12, Douglas St. Glasgow by the Rev. Mr Weir, to Mr W. J. Buchanan, compositor, A. & S. Herald

Crawford, Hugh on 17/12/1856 at Kyleshill, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Mary Mathie

Mathie, Mary on 17/12/1856 at Kyleshill, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Giffen, to Hugh Crawford, seaman


Deaths:
Wilson, Hugh on 16/12/1856 at Mauchline. Druggist

Baird, John on 14/12/1856 at his father's house, Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Aged 43 years

Robinson, Janet on 16/12/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Aged 26 years. Wife of Captain William Easdale

McCree, Robert on 03/10/1856 at Sea on board the "Aurora". Seaman, Ayr

Prentice, David on 13/12/1856 at Patna. Aged 62 years

Hamilton, James on on 12/12/1856 at Auchinleck. Infant son of Mr Samuel Hamilton

Weir, Mary on 18/12/1856 at Auchinleck, after a lingering illness. Wife of Mr David Murdoch, surfaceman

Gibson, John suddenly on 15/12/1856 at Harvey Square, Lochwinnoch. Aged 65 years
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 109, 27/12/1856

Births:

Murchie, Female on 23/12/1856 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Father: James

McEwing, Female on 13/12/1856 at Cannonhill Lane, Ardrossan. Father: John, railway guard

Shearer, Male on 17/12/1856 at Ardrossan. Father: Charles

Wilson, Male on 23/12/1856 at Hamilton St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Dickie, Male on 13/11/1856 at Colebrook Mines, Pennsylvania, U.S.. Father: William, blacksmith, late of Kilwinning

Allan, Female on 23/12/1856 at Kyle St. Ayr. Father: David

Armour, Male on 13/12/1856 at Bank St. Kilmarnock. Father: William, cabinet-maker

Cameron, Female on15/12/1856 at Douglas St. Kilmarnock. Father: Peter, painter

Connell, Male on 16/12/1856 at Todsland, Irvine. Father: Alexander, weaver

Johnstone, Male on 18/12/1856 at High St. Irvine. Father: John, slater and glazier

Kennedy, Female twins on 16/12/1856 at Sandbed St. Kilmarnock. Father: Andrew, iron-turner

Ramage, Female on 21/12/1856 at Cuthbert St. Catrine. Father: Robert

Robertson, Female on 13/12/1856 at Friars Croft Irvine. Father: Duncan, seaman

Roney, Male on 20/12/1856 at Ayr Place, Catrine. Father: John

Simpson, Male on 21/12/1856 at Stewart Place, Catrine. Father: James

Wilson, Female on 22/12/1856 at the Free Church Manse. Father: Mr Wilson


Marriages:
Brownlee, Robert on 22/12/1856 at the Manse, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mrs Janet Middleton

Middleton, Janet on 22/12/1856 at the Manse, Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Bryce, to Mr Robert Brownlee

Clazy, George on 16/12/1856 at Lochwinnoch by the Rev. William McLauchlan, Port Glasgow, uncle to the bride, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Dr Orr of Lochwinnoch

Orr, Janet on 16/12/1856 at Lochwinnoch by the Rev. William McLauchlan, Port Glasgow, uncle to the bride, to the Rev. George Clazy, pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Paisley

Dickie, David on 23/12/1856 at Rosebank, Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to Mary, fourth surviving daughter of the late James Johnston, Esq., Town clerk, Irvine

Johnston, Mary on 23/12/1856 at Rosebank, Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to David Dickie, Esq., goods manager, Glasgow and South Western Railway

Logan, James on 18/12/1856 at Balmichal[sic], Island of Arran, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr H. Murchie, farmer there

Murchie, Mary on 18/12/1856 at Balmichal[sic], Island of Arran, to Mr James Logan, farmer, Whitecraig, Dalry

Neil, Charles on 19/12/1856 at High Thorn, West Kilbride by the Rev Alexander King, to Jean, seventh daughter of Mr John Glassford, blacksmith there

Glassford, Jean on 19/12/1856 at High Thorn, West Kilbride by the Rev Alexander King, to Mr Charles Neil


Deaths:
Fullarton, Marianne on 23/12/1856 at Stewarton Manse. Wife of the Rev. Charles Bannatyne Steven**, and second daughter of the late Colonel Fullarton of Fullarton, in the county of Ayr

Gibson, Robert Patrick on 22/12/1856 at Townhead, Paisley. Commissary clerk of Renfrewshire

Boyd, Agnes on 18/12/1856 at Fenwick. Aged 86 years

Barbour, Jean on 20/12/1856, after a few days' illness, at Overtoun Toll, Beith. Aged 69 years. Relict of the late Mr David Gillan, teacher for upward of 50 years – deeply regretted

Humphrey, James on 17/12/1856 at St. Marnock St. Kilmarnock. Aged 5 years. Son of Mr Adam Humphrey, engine-fitter

Kennedy, twin infants on 16 & 17/12/1856 at Sandbed St. Kilmarnock. Female twins of Mr Andrew Kennedy, iron-turner. [See births, above]

The Most Noble Marquis of Queensberry, John on 19/12/1856 at Canaan House, Edinburgh. In the 78th year of his age.

Mills, James on 17/12/1856 at High St. Kilmarnock. Aged 9 years. Son of Mr Robert Mills, joiner

Peden, James on 22/12/1856 at Bridge Lane, Catrine. In the 39th year of his age. Wright

Purdie, Ann on 19/12/1856 at Auchinleck. Wife of Mr James Hamilton, shoemaker

Currie, James on 21/12/1856 at Auchinleck. [Died] from the effects of an accident in No. 10 Pit, Lugar, about a month ago, when Innes Clark was killed on the spot.

Craig, Mary on 12/12/1856 at Rathburn[sic], Fenwick. Aged 59 years. Relict of the late Mr James Mitchell, merchant, Kilmarnock; and
Craig, James on 18/12/1856 at Raithburn, Fenwick, as the friends were assembling to convey to their last resting place the remains of his sister. In the 62nd year of his age. Farmer, Raithburn

** The Rev. Charles Bannatyne Steven was the son of the Rev. James Steven D.D., later minister of the Established Church, Kilwinning, in whose "honour" Rabbie Burns wrote his poem "The Calf".
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January 1857

Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 110, 03/01/1857

Births:

Steele, Male on 01/01/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Captain Steele

Milnes, Male on 24/12/1856 at Raie St. Saltcoats. Father: David

Limeburner, Male on 30/12/1856 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Faher: William

Watt, Male on 31/12/1856 at Windmill St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Blain, Female on 27/12/1856 at mill St. Catrine. Father: James

Campbell, Female on 24/12/1856 at 21 High St. Ayr. Father: David, draper

Ferguson, Female on 25/12/1856 at Irvine. Father: J. T., teacher, Fullarton School

Johnston, Male on 30/12/1856 at Cumnock. Father: Richard, draper


Marriages:
Laird, James on 29/12/1856 at Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenston[sic], to Miss Janet Brown, eldest daughter of Mr D. Brown, surface-man

Brown, Janet on 29/12/1856 at Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenston[sic], to Mr James Laird, cashier, Blair Iron Works

Blane, William on 30/12/1856 at Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce, to Miss Janet Ward

Ward, Janet on 30/12/1856 at Ardrossan by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mr William Blane

Proven, Robert on 31/12/1856 at Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Miss Mary Miller

Miller, Mary on 31/12/1856 at Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Mr Robert Proven

Richmond, James on 31/12/1856 at Calder St. Lochwinnoch by the Rev. Dr Smith, to Miss Margaret, daughter of the late Allan Wylie, Millbrae, Lochwinnoch

Wylie, Margaret on 31/12/1856 at Calder St. Lochwinnoch by the Rev. Dr Smith, to Mr James Richmond, blacksmith

Brown, Charles H. on 26/12/1856 at Mill Square, Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Jane Sliman, eldest daughter of the late Mr David McCreadie, mason, Glasgow

McCreadie, Jane Sliman on 26/12/1856 at Mill Square, Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Mr Charles H. Brown, millwright, Cumnock

Davidson, John on 23/12/1856 at High St. Ayr by the Rev. G. S. Burns, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Redcastle, farmer, Glenside

Redcastle, Jane on 23/12/1856 at High St. Ayr by the Rev. G. S. Burns, to Mr John Davidson, Maidens, Kirkoswald

Torrance, Robert on 26/12/1856 at Southcraig, parish of Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. B. Hamilton, Low Church, Kilmarnock, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Mackie, farmer, Southcraig, Kilmarnock

Mackie, Janet on 26/12/1856 at Southcraig, parish of Kilmarnock by the Rev. J. B. Hamilton, Low Church, Kilmarnock, to Mr Robert Torrance, Assloss


Deaths:
Currie, John on 01/01/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Shoemaker

Allison, Mrs on 29/12/1856 at the Green Kilwinning. Wife of Mr John Allison, carter

Hutcheson, Isabella, Elizabeth, Jane on 29/12/1856 at Troon. Fourth daughter of <William Hutcheson, Esq., M.D.

Kerr, Robert on 21/12/1856 at Titchfield St. Kilmarnock. Aged 17 months. Son of Mr Robert Kerr, shoemaker

McKenzie, Lewis on 21/12/1856 at Bonnieton Cottage, Witch Road, Kilmarnock. Aged 71 years. Road-contractor

Robb, James on 22/12/1856 at Croft St. Kilmarnock. Aged 44 years. Carrier

Willison, Jane Eliza on 27/12/1856 at Dundonald Manse. Youngest child of the Rev. Alexander Willison

Boyd, John McD. on 31/12/1856 at Nice, Italy. Aged 23 years. M.D. Third son of Mr William Boyd, Paisley

Armour, John on 24/11/1856 at Burdges Betherst, North America. Late of Kilmaurs
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 111, 10/01/1857

Births:

Jackson, Male [date illegible due to a crease in the paper] at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: David, ship-carpenter

Dunlop, Female on 06/01/1857 at Ardrossan. Father: Captain Thomas Dunlop

Woodhouse, Male [no date] at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Father: Joseph

McIlwraith, Female on 28/12/1856 at Clover Park, Waterside. Father not named

Smith, Male on 07/01/1857 at Breckenhill[sic]. Father: Robert, farmer

Meikle, Male on 01/01/1857 at Mauchline. Father: Ivie, Esq., writer

Muir, Female on 31/12/1856 at Maybole. Father: Arthur, merchant


Marriages:
Poe, James on 07/01/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late Captain Hugh Morris of Saltcoats

Morris, Jessie on 07/01/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats by the Rev. John Bryce, to Captain James Poe, of the ship Home

Darling, Eri on 15/12/1856 at Dundas, Canada, at the residence of Mr Archibald McTaggart, the bride's brother by the Rev. M. Y. Stark, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr M. McTaggart, Whitehouse, Ayrshire, Scotland

McTaggart, Mary on 15/12/1856 at Dundas, Canada, at the residence of Mr Archibald McTaggart, the bride's brother by the Rev. M. Y. Stark, to Mr Eri Darling of Rochester, N.Y.

Ferguson, Alexander on 07/01/1857 at Cunninghamhead Mill by the Rev. James Maxwell, Kilmaurs, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Mr Boyd, miller there

Boyd, Elizabeth on 07/01/1857 at Cunninghamhead Mill by the Rev. James Maxwell, Kilmaurs, to Mr Alexander Ferguson, farmer, Greenhill

Brown, Neil on 06/01/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr John Galbraith, Saltcoats

Galbraith, Mary on 06/01/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats, to Mr Neil Brown, ship-carpenter


Deaths:
Brown, Hugh, Esq., of Broadstone on 02/01/1857 at Braehead House, Beith

Rankin, Male on 31/12/1856 at Dockhead St. Port Glasgow. Infant son of Archibald Rankin, grocer

Allan, Mrs Hugh on 05/01/1857 at Kilwinning. Aged 80 years. Widow of Hugh Allan, late blacksmith there, much regretted

Howat, Alexander on 05/01/1857 at Galston after much suffering caused by a severe burn. Aged 3 years. Son of Mr James Howat, weaver, Henrietta St.

Shearer, Margaret Watt on 08/01/1857 at Troon. Daughter of Mr Thomas Shearer, carpenter, Ardrossan

Brown, James suddenly on 27/12/1856 at Bentick St. Kilmarnock. Aged 71. Weaver

Aitken, Mrs Elizabeth on 29/12/1856 at Glencairn St. Kilmarnock. Aged 47 years. Consumption
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 112, 17/01/1857

Births:

Ferguson, Male on 13/01/1857 at Rose Bank Cottage [no town]. Father: Robert, Captain of the ship "Kerelaw"

Kerr, Male on 10/01/1857 at Kilwinning. Father: James

McSkimming, Female on 03/01/1857 at Garden St. Newton, Ayr. Father: Archibald

Sinclair, Male on 13/01/1857 at Robertson Place, Kilmarnock. Father: James, mail contractor


Marriages:
Lusk, Robert on 31/12/1856 at Wood St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, Catrine, to Miss Helen Davidson

Davidson, Helen on 31/12/1856 at Wood St. Catrine by the Rev. J. B. Biggar, Catrine, to Mr Robert Lusk, miner

Hutchison, James on 12/01/1857 at Prestwick by the Rev. Dr Laurie, to Miss Agnes Workman

Workman, Agnes on 12/01/1857 at Prestwick by the Rev. Dr Laurie, to Mr James Hutchison, grocer, Ayr

Watt, Thomas on 11/01/1857 at Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to Helen, eldest daughter of the late Mr Alexander Cameron, Kincardineshire

Cameron, Helen on 11/01/1857 at Irvine by the Rev. James Sommerville, to Mr Thomas Watt, grocer


Deaths:
Wilson, William on 16/01/1857 at Countess St. Saltcoats. Aged 10 years. Son of Mr William Wilson, carrier

Broome, Jean suddenly on 07/01/1857 at Townhead, Mauchline. Aged 39 years. Wife of Mr William Loudon, weaver

Ramsay, John jun. on 14/10/1856 at Melbourne, Victoria. Aged 28 years. Late of Byrehill, Kilwinning

Kirkhope, Christina on 06/01/1857 at Charlotte St. Glasgow. Eldest daughter of the late George Kirkhope, shoe manufacturer, Kilmarnock

Paton, Margaret on 10/01/1857 at Stewarton. Aged 75. Relict of the late Mr John Anderson

Laughland, Alexander on 07/01/1857 at Kirkford, Stewarton. Aged 92. Bonnetmaker

Laughland, David on the 14/01/1857 at Darlington, Stewarton. Infant son of Mr David Laughland, leader of psalmody in the Congregational Church

Templeton, Agnes on 09/01/1857 at Shawstonehead, Riccarton. Wife of Mr Allan Rankin

Culdow, George on 15/01/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 75. One of the oldest and most respectable inhabitants of the place. He served during a part of the last century and beginning of the present in the 23rd Light Dragoons. In 1802 he joined the Ayrshire Militia, and served with them till 1807. He took a warm interest in whatever tended to benefit his native village and through the course of his long life he sustained an unblemished character.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 113, 24/01/1857

Births:

Ferguson, Male on 23/01/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. Father: William


Marriages:
Smith, Alexander on 15/01/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan by the Rev. J. D. McCall, to Janet, eldest daughter of the late Mr William Chalmers, Beith

Chalmers, Janet on 15/01/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan by the Rev. J. D. McCall, to Mr Alexander Smith

Wall, George R. on 06/01/1857 at High Wycombe, Bucks by the Rev. H. S. Paddon M.A., to Annie, daughter of the late George Brown, Esq., Muirkirk, Ayrshire

Brown, Annie on 06/01/1857 at High Wycombe, Bucks by the Rev. H. S. Paddon M.A., to George R. Wall, Esq., T.C.D., Winsor House, Southampton, son of the late Captain Wall, H.M.'s 8th Hussars


Deaths:
Skeoch, Alexander on 19/01/1857 at Crofthead St. Saltcoats. In the 63rd year of his age. Weaver

Wylie, Mary on 17/01/1857 at Stevenston. Wife of Mr Kilpatrick, innkeeper

Bain, Mrs on 10/01/1857 at Ardrossan. Relict of the late Alexander Bain, Esq.

Patterson, Jean on 18/01/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 11 months. Daughter of Mr John Patterson

[Burns?], Jean on 18/01/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 2 years. Grand-daughter of Mr George Burns, merchant

Mitchell, William on 19/01/1857 at Big Check Toll Bar, Auchinleck. Aged 22 years. Son of Mr James Mitchell, toll-keeper

McKie, J. Boswell on 22/01/1857 at Auchinleck. Aged 13 years. Son of William McKie, weaver

Templeton, Thomas suddenly [no date] at Polquwhern, parish of Ochiltree. In the 63rd year of his age. A native of Auchinleck
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 114, 31/01/1857

Births:

Cuthbertson, Female on 21/01/1857 at Kilmaurs. Father: David, leader of psalmody, Parish Church

Mackintosh, Male on 27/01/1857 at Newmilns. Father: M., teacher of the Free Church School

Ninian, the seventh son on 21/01/1857 at Lochwinnoch. Father: William

Auld, Female twins on 20/01/1857 at West Grange St. Kilmarnock. Father: James, carpet weaver

Kirk, Female on 01/12/1856 at Sacramento City, California. Father: Robert. (Mrs Robert Kirk: late Miss Gardiner, of Kilmarnock)

Young, Male on 21/01/1857 at Dundonald. Father: Robert


Marriages:
Millar, James on 20/01/1857 at Ayr Place, Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, Free Church, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr Robert Mitchell, salesman, Economical Society, Catrine

Mitchell, Jane on 20/01/1857 at Ayr Place, Catrine by the Rev. John McGowan, Free Church, to Mr James Millar, slater

Bow, John Campbell on 20/01/1857 at Bishopcleugh, near Loberbie[sic] by the Rev. Dr Glover of Edinburgh, to Agnes, younger daughter of the late Thomas Ranken, Esq., of Ayr

Ranken, Agnes on 20/01/1857 at Bishopcleugh, near Loberbie[sic] by the Rev. Dr Glover of Edinburgh, to Dr John Campbell Bow, H.E.I.C.S

Stewart, Robert on 21/01/1857 at Fore St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Miss Janet Cuthbertson, Hurlford

Cuthbertson, Janet on 21/01/1857 at Fore St. Kilmarnock by the Rev. D. T. Jamieson, to Mr Robert Stewart, skinner

White, Andrew on 27/01/1857 at Laurieston Manse, Falkirk by the father of the bride, to Jessie, third daughter of the Rev. Hugh Young

Young, Jessie on 27/01/1857 at Laurieston Manse, Falkirk by the father of the bride, to Andrew White, Esq., Royal Bank; Cumnock


Deaths:
Baron Alderson died on Tuesday [27/01/1857]

The Princess Lieven died on Monday night [26/01/1857]

Service, Elizabeth on 25/01/1857 at Crofthead, Saltcoats. After a protracted illness borne with great christian resignation. Eldest daughter of Mr George Service, grocer

Gillies, David on 10/12/1856 at Kinloss, Upper Canada. Late farmer, Catrine Holm, Ayrshire

Ramsay, John jun. on 14/10/1856 at Melbourne, Victoria. Aged 28 years. Late of Byrehill, Kilwinning

Braidwood, Margaret on 26/11/1856 near Almont, State of Michigan, North America. Wife of the late William Robertson, Esq.

Walker, Jemima suddenly on 22/12/1856 at La Chute, Canada West. Wife of Mr John Millar, millwright, and daughter of Gavin Walker, formerly of Milton Mill, near Kilmarnock

Miller, James on 05/10/1856, drowned while crossing Myrtle Creek, Ovens. of the firm of Mackay, Miller, and Mackay, Melbourne, and son of Robert Miller, Esq., merchant, Edinburgh, Scotland:
and at the same time
McLeod, a young man, a native of Stornoway, who perished while bravely, but unsuccessfully, attempting to rescue Mr Miller from a watery grave

Goudie, Margaret on 22/01/1857 at School Vennal [sic], Maybole. Aged 84 years. Relict of Mr David Aird, shoemaker

Blain, Elizabeth on 25/01/1857 at Mill St. Catrine. Infant daughter of Mr James Blain, pit-headman Lugar Works

Hamilton, James, Captain on 24/01/1857 at Waterside, Irvine. In his 84th Year – Friends are requested to accept of this intimation

Logan, Thomas Borland suddenly on 39th[sic]/01/1857 at Windyedge, parish of Dalry. Aged 24. Second son of Mr William Logan, farmer there. Deeply regretted by his friends. Deceased was greatly esteemed and respected in the district
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 115, 07/02/1857

Births:

Bannatyne, Female on 02/02/1857 at Harbour, Ardrossan. Father: Charles

Jack, Female twins on 31/01/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: John

Reid, Female on 05/02/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: John


Marriages:
Taylor, Archibald on 27/01/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Davidson, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr Adam Fullarton, merchant there

Fullarton, Mary on 27/01/1857 at Saltcoats by the Rev. Mr Davidson, to Captain Archibald Taylor, of the ship City of Edinburgh


Deaths:
Kinnier, Mrs William on 06/02/1857 at Canal Side Cottage, Saltcoats. In the 64th year of her age

Murchie, Mary on 30/01/1857 at Shisken[sic], Arran. Eldest daughter of Mr Archibald Murchie, Saltcoats

Bannatyne, Mrs on 04/02/1857 at Harbour, Ardrossan. Wife of Mr Charles Bannatyne, blockmaker

Johnstone, Thomas suddenly on 06/02/1857 at Raise St. Saltcoats. In his 76th year. Weaver. Till within four hours of his death he was in good health, and engaged at his usual occupation

Paton, James on 01/02/1857 at 146 Duke St. Glasgow. Aged 7 months. Died of Erysipelas. Only son of Mr S. C. Paton

Watson, Susanah on 03/02/1857 at Dalry. Aged 4 ½ years. Daughter of William Watson, joiner

Dunlop, John Craig on 03/02/1857 at Dean St. Kilmarnock. Died of scarletina. Youngest son of Mr Robert Dunlop carpet-weaver
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 116, 14/02/1857

Births:

Wallace, Female on 11/02/1857 at Princes Lane, Ardrossan. Father: John

Barclay, Female on 10/02/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: Henry

Gibson, Male on 25/01/1857 at 35 Kyle St. Ayr. Father: Andrew

Kennedy, Female on 08/02/1857 at Bath Place, Ayr. Father: Matthew, Esq., Comptroller of H.M.'s Customs

Law, Female on 02/02/1857 at Thirdpart, parish of Kilmarnock. Father: Robert, fireman on railway

Peden, Male on 06/02/1857 at Bridge Lane, Catrine. Father: James

Reid, Female on 05/02/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Father: John


Marriages:
Wylie, Allan [no date] at Troy Grove, Laselle[sic] County, Illinois, North America, to Jane, third daughter of Mr James Kennedy, West Kilbride

Kennedy, Jane [no date] at Troy Grove, Laselle[sic] County, Illinois, North America, to Mr Allan Wylie, farmer, late of Fullwood, parish of Stewarton

Philpott, Richard on 12/02/1857 at Saint Saviour's Church, Liverpool by the Rev. G. W. Warr, to Catherine, only daughter of the late William Clark, Esq. of Ceylon, and granddaughter of the late Mr John Clark, of Kilwinning

Clark, Catherine on 12/02/1857 at Saint Saviour's Church, Liverpool by the Rev. G. W. Warr, to Richard Philpott, only son of the late Richard Philpott, Esq. of Chester.

McCubbin, Robert on 04/02/1857 at Ford St. Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Agnes, youngest daughter of the late Mr Charles Currie, Catrine

Currie, Agnes on 04/02/1857 at Ford St. Catrine by the Rev. John MacGowan, Free Church, to Capt. Robert McCubbin, of the Lady Young of Greenock

Paterson, James on 03/02/1857 at the Episcopalian Chapel, Hamilton by the Rev. Alexander Henderson, to Mary, daughter of the late John Goff, Esq., merchant, London

Goff, Mary on 03/02/1857 at the Episcopalian Chapel, Hamilton by the Rev. Alexander Henderson, to James Paterson, Esq., Arran


Deaths:
Russell, Jessie Curdie on 09/02/1857 at Russell's Land, Ardrossan. Daughter of Mr Archibald Russell

Orr, Mary on 10/02/1857 at the U. P. Manse, Fenwick. In her fourth year. Daughter of the Rev. William Orr

Baillie, Hugh, sen. on 13/02/1857 at his son's residence, Springvale, Ardrossan. In his 90th year. Late of Kilwinning. Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Mitchell, Christina on 01/01/1857 at Kennox, parish of Stewarton. In her 13th year. After a long illness. Daughter of Mr Samuel Mitchell

Wylie, Jean on 09/02/1857 at Todhill, Kilwinning. Wife of Mr William Montgomerie

Stevenson, David on 02/02/1857 at Gateside, Beith. In the 76th year of his age

Walker, Andrew Melville on 13/10/1856 at Strathalbyn, Adelaide, S.A.

Cockburn, George on 03/02/1857 at Braehead, Kilmarnock. Aged 2. Son of Mr David Cockburn, hatter

McGregor, Ann on 01/02/1857 at 252 High St. Ayr. Wife of Mr John Howat, shoemaker

Kellat, Catherine on 08/02/1857 at Wood St. Catrine. In the 13th year of her age. Eldest daughter of the late Mr James Kellat, Catrine

Logan, John on 16/10/1856 at Melbourne, Australia. Youngest son of Mr J. R. Logan, New Prestwick, near Ayr. – Friends will please accept of this intimation
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 117, 21/02/1857

Births:

Armstrong, Male on 19/02/1857 at Kirkroad, Saltcoats. Father: Alexander

Aitken, Female on 20/02/1857 at New St. Dalry. Father not named

Douglas, Male on 12/02/1857 at Kilmaurs. Father: Alexander, blacksmith


Marriages:
Kerr, John on 10/02/1857 at Bantonhill[sic], Kilmaurs by the Rev. Alexander Milroy, Dreghorn, to Janet, third daughter of Mr James Smith, farmer there

Smith, Janet on 10/02/1857 at Bantonhill[sic], Kilmaurs by the Rev. Alexander Milroy, Dreghorn, to Mr John Kerr, farmer, Byres

Smith, Andrew on 13/02/1857 at Greenhill Terrace, Waterside, by Dalmellington, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr D. M. Lapraik, clerk to the Dalmellington Iron Company

Lapraik, Mary on 13/02/1857 at Greenhill Terrace, Waterside, by Dalmellington, to Mr Andrew Smith, pattern-maker

Young, John on 11/02/1857 at 54 Eglinton St. Glasgow by the Rev. J. S. Taylor, to Mary Ann, fourth daughter of the late Mr John Frame, Editor of the late "Glasgow Constitutional"

Frame, Mary Ann on 11/02/1857 at 54 Eglinton St. Glasgow by the Rev. J. S. Taylor, to Mr John Young, warehouseman, Glasgow


Deaths:
King, William sen. on 14/02/1857 at West Kilbride. In the 79th year of his age. Timber merchant. – Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation

Blair, Mrs on 15/02/1857 at Hawkhill, Stevenston. Aged 84 years. The deceased was relict of Mr Blair, farmer, Monkcastle, who was killed by the falling of a tree 50 years ago

Reid or Ramsay, Margaret on 14/02/1857 at Kilwinning. Relict of William Ramsay, of Stobbs. She had just completed her 80th year, having been born on the 14th Feb. 1777

Brown, Francis on 20/02/1857 at Loudon St. Irvine. Aged 86

Henderson, Sarah on 07/02/1857 at 8 Surrey St. Glasgow. Aged 1 year and 7 months. [Died] of croup. Youngest daughter of Mr James Henderson, formerly of Saltcoats

Hamilton, Alexander on 14/02/1857 at Galston. In the 32nd year of his age. Surgeon, son of the late Dr. Hamilton, Galston. Deceased was a young man of good abilities, and was lately surgeon to the Parochial Board in Newmilns. While holding this situation, he went out in a Medical capacity to the Crimea, and underwent many of the hardships of that eventful campaign. Upon the cessation of hostilities, with his health much impaired, he again commenced practice in Newmilns, where he was much esteemed for his professional acquirements, and his amiable deportment. On his finding himself unable to continue his duties he retired to his mother's house, where after an illness of three week's he departed this life, much regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
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Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald No. 118, 28/02/1857

Births:

Kerr, Female on 22/02/1857 at Calder St. Lochwinnoch. Father: William

Millar, Male [no date] at Main St. Lochwinnoch. Father: William, flesher


Marriages:
Boyd, John on 24/02/1857 at Broadlie, Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Isabella, only daughter of the late Mr Daniel Archibald, farmer, Giffordland Muir

Archibald, Isabella on 24/02/1857 at Broadlie, Dalry by the Rev. Robert Stevenson, to Mr John Boyd, farmer, Union Grove, Whiteside, county Illinois, America


Deaths:
Hamilton, Susan on 29/02/1857[sic] at Glasgow St. Ardrossan. Youngest daughter of Mr Ritchie Hamilton, engineer

Howie, Alexander on 27/02/1857 at Glasgow St. Ardrossan.

Allan, Mrs John on 23/02/1857 at Lochwinnoch. Aged 89 years

Wyllie, Matthew on 15/02/1857 at Holm St. Stewarton. Aged 74 years. Portioner

Currie, William Burns on 15/02/1857 at Dockhead St. Saltcoats. Youngest son of Robert Currie, captain of the "William Campbell"

Steele, Archibald on 24/02/1857 at Townhead, Stevenston. Son of Archibald Steele, butler Ardeer

Service, John on 22/02/1857 at 11 Pitt St. Glasgow. Provision merchant, late of Saltcoats

Steel, Archibald on 22/02/1857 at the Poors House, Auchinleck. Upwards of 80 years of age – deceased was a very eccentric character, he made a great part of his living by going about the village and neighbourhood, selling walking sticks, he was a regular attender at the Railway Station here, and neighbouring fairs, was widely known by travellers, he was very healthy till within a few days of his death
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