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I am researching JAMES & MARGARET (nee HIGHET) RITCHIE who were married
in KILMARNOCK on the 12 June 1827 . I am looking for there family . I
have found that they had a daughter called JANET who married ANDREW
TAYLOR on 14 December 1849 & they lived SHAWWOOD SORN . The TAYLOR's had
a family of 8 , there names were Margaret b 1850 , Marion b 1852 ,
Jessie b 1855 , Elizabeth b 1857 , James b 1862 , Andrew b 1864 , Helen
b 1869 , & John b 1871 . Andrew (snr) was born in 1821 at Kilmarnock &
Janet was born in 1829 in Kilmarnock . MARION married JAMES GIBSON &
they lived at Catrine Holm . MARGARET TAYLOR married a CALDWELL how
lived in the area .
Does anybody have any information on the JAMES & MARGARET (nee HIGHET)
RITCHIE's family as I have been unable to find any other sons &
Regards Alan Ritchie Gore New Zealand....
I am researching James Ritchie & Margaret Highet who had their banns
proclaimed in Kilmarnock parish on the 12 June 1827. It is recorded that
both were of the Laigh Kirk parish.
Could any e-mail users give me information on the Laigh Kirk parish.
Regards Alan Ritchie Gore New Zealand...
Hello email users,
If you have been following the list over the last few months you will
know that I am rearching the RITCHIE's of KILMARNOCK.
I have found some marriage record's for KILMARNOCK AND I was hoping
that sks would be able to help me identify the spouse's parents. I can
connect them to my family if they have a JAMES RITCHIE &MARGARET HIGHET
AGNES RITCHIE married WILLIAM MILLER on 27 sept 1839
ELIZABETH RITCHIE married JOHN RICHMOND on 18 sept
AGNES RITCHIE married DAVID HAIR on 7 june 1832
MARY RITCHIE married JAMES MURTHLAND on 14 dec 1838
MARGARET RITCHIE married DAVID CUNINGHANE 19 feb 1841
I would also like to thank all those people who answered my query on
MARION RITCHIE .I have so far been unable to join the MARION's to my
family but the records may do in the future.
REGARDS ALAN RITCHIE GORE NEW ZEALAND.
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