BMD'S FROM WFP 26TH APRIL, 1850
BLACK, Female - B22/4/1850 - At Seabank House, Stranraer, on the 22d
instant Mrs Black, of a daughter.
FLEMING, Male - B24/4/1850 - At Stranraer, on the 24th instant, the wife
of Mr James Fleming, druggist, of a son.
M'KELVIE, Male - B21/4/1850 - At Drumdoch, parish of Inch, on the 21st
inst., Mrs M'Kelvie, of a son.
M'CREA, Male - B23/4/1850 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 23d instant,
the wife of Mr Alexander M'Crea, of a son.
BURN, William - M18/4/1850 - At Castle Kennedy, on the 18th instant, by
the Rev. James Ferguson of Inch, Mr William Burn, Lilliesleaf,
Roxburghshire, to Frances Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Andrew Hall, Castle
COOPER, Capt. Garlies - M12/4/1850 - At Wigtown, by the Rev. P. Young, on
the 12th inst., Capt. Garlies Cooper, to Catherine Dickson, only daughter
of the late Mr James Dickson, ironmonger.
WHITE, Rev. William Spranger - M13/4/1850 - At All Saint's Church,
Knightsbridge, on the 13th inst., the Rev. William Spranger White,
Incumbent of St. John's Episcopal Church, Jedburgh, to the Hon. Louise
Madeline Campbell, eldest daughter of the Lord Chief Justice Campbell.
ROBERTSON, Jane - D21/4/1850 - Here, on the 21st instant, Jane, only
surviving daughter of the late Rev. John Robertson.
BLACK, Female infant - D23/4/1850 - At Seabank House, Stranraer, on the
23d instant, the infant daughter of William Black, Esq., Town Clerk.
BOYLE, Elizabeth - D20/4/1850 - At Creetown, on the 20th instant,
Elizabeth Boyle, wife of Mr William Boyle, merchant there, aged 54 years -
GORDON, Euphemia - D16/4/1850 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 16th instant,
Miss Euphemia Gordon, of Campbelltown.
MILROY, John - D18/4/1850 - At Birmingham, on the 18th instant, Mr John
Milroy, draper, Walsall.
GLADSTONE, Catherine Jessy - 9/4/1850 - At Carlton Gardens, London, on the
9th instant, Catherine Jessy, second daughter of the Right Hon. W.E.
FERGUSON, Peter - D11/4/1850 - At 19 Salisbury Street, Edinburgh, on the
11th instant, Mr Peter Ferguson of the Caledonian Mercury Office, where he
had been employed for upwards of forty years, the greater part of which
time he faithfully filled a responsible situation.
[WFP: Wigtownshire Free Press Newspaper published since 1843]
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Free Press notices; the results of the tireless efforts of Diana Henry and
[Hopefully these transcribed records may help some early family researchers
however I personally can offer no further information]
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b = born
m = married
d = died
inst = instant - this month
ult (ulto) = ultimo - last month
prox = proximo - next month
penult = penultima - 2nd last month
otp = of this parish
here = in the WFP it means Stranraer
c/chr/chris. = christened
curt = current (this month)