Good morning, I hope this is of interest to someone.
I've been going through some papers sent me from Australia. "Abridgments
of Sasines", Ayr 1841-1845.
John Gemmill, Mason, residing at Auchintiber, 'Seised', Nov. 25, 1842, -
in front Steading on the east side of the vennal called the Wood Wynd in
Kilwinning, par. Kilwinning; - on Disp. by James Stirrat, Clockmaker,
Kilwinning, to Mathew Stirrat, sometime Ship Carpenter, Saltcoats, Jan.
15, 1814; and Disp. and Assig. by him, with consent of John Allison, son
and heir of Elizabeth Stirrat spouse of John Allison, then weaver,
Kilwinning, and of Agnes Stirrat, and John Manson, Tailor there, her
husband. Nov. 7, 1842.
William H. K. Davidson
ICQ # 12191600
Piper (Capt. John and Capt. Hugh)
Searching: Scotland 1770:
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Drynan (Drennan), Dougall, Harper, McFee, McIndoe, McKelvie
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