Alan and Mary,
I have a Thomas GOUDIE/GOLDIE married to Margaret Ann Ro(r)rison HILLHOUSE b
1843 in Stair, Ayr...
!CENSUS: Source: 1861 Scotland Census Reg. No.: 608 Reg. District: New
Cumnock Civil Parish: New Cumnock
County: Ayrshire ED: 1; Page: 11; Line: 9 Household Sched. No.: 58 Roll:
CENSUS: Address: Afton Bridgend
Thomas Goldie Head Mar 50
Mary Goldie Wife Head 50
**Thomas Goldie Son Unm 22 Mill-wrights Ap New Cumnock,
Fanny Goldie Dau Unm 15
John Goldie Son Unm 10
Martha Goldie Dau Unm 8
John Seton 80
Thomas Reid 17
**Thomas was not very fortunate when it came to marriage, Margaret died in
1867 and from following census he married
By the time of the 1871 census he had re-married to Mary and by the 1891 to
Does he connect to either of you.
I also have copies of 1841-51-61 census of a Hugh GOLDIE b Sct. and his
family living in Sussex, Eng.
From: em.paton86 via
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2015 11:22 PM
To: Alan Ritchie ; ayrshire(a)rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [AYR] Goldie/Goudie
On the 1851 for Sorn there's an Alexander Goldie, aged 53,
hand loom weaver born New Milns, Ayrshire. he has a wife
Marget and children Andrew, Mary Janet Jean Elizabeth Agnes
and granddaughter Marget Morrison. All except the last two
born New Milns and they were born Catrine. There's a gap
between Andrew 34 and Mary 23 so I would guess there were
other sons and daughters - possibly another Alexander or
I'd be very interested in any replies you get for this
question as I have rather elusive Goldies in Ayrshire.
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