Elaine in Toronot, Canada BONE From: Sheila 01.sheila @ Date: July 2009 I am looking for what happened to Robert's (b. Thankyou From: Jim Bone [email protected]: June 2005 Have just recently found your web page and think it is fantastic. If anyone has information on the following I would very much appreciate hearing from them. My e-mail address is Thank you Jim Bone from Alistair BONE at michele [email protected] have confirmed the marriage of my relatives one William Bone to Agness Mc Whirtor 1770 and the birth of there son William 1772 in Maybole. Brown had a brother Hugh, who lived in Kilmaurs Ayre Shire as late as June 1866.The pictures you have posted are great---gives you a feeling of the country. 1)My great grandparents William Bone/Harriet Erskine Burns Brown m. 2) My possible GG grandparents William Bone/Marion Fergusson. William worked as a boot and shoemaker if any one is researching the period 1700-1800 I would be grateful if they could contact me at the above address. Hugh's children were John, James, Hugh, Gilbert and Janet. Anne had a brother Thomas HUNTER who was a Building Surveyor to the Corporation of Liverpool in 1867. Anne also had brothers Allan, Archibald, John, James and a sister Margaret. I'M A NEPHEW OF JANETTE GRAHAM, THE LADY MENTIONED BY BOBBY BURNS IN THE POEM "TO A LOUSE". MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER MARGARET MARY ANNE PRUVAN WAS A GERMAN PRINCESS, BURIED THE WEST END OF KIRKOSWALD AYERSHIRE SCOTLAND.
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A brother of Margaret, Andrew came to NZ via Australia 1862 and another brother John went to Adelaide 1862. Does anyone know of their birth and/or death or anything else relating to the family.
Regards Patrick Adamson ANDERSON From: Susan Goldie dron1866 @ Date: Hi My gr. John Andrew had a son Walter Andrews (The grave stone in the Kirkwynd Cemetery dedicated to his grandfather John (1) ). BIGHAM From: Judy Roake [email protected]: I am absolutely delighted with this fantastic web site. My ancestors, Richard Bigham and Helen Wison, married in Maybole on 7.12.1828, although both had been born in Ireland. Between 18, 12 children were born to the couple although no baptisms have been found. Richard's parents were Richard (or John) Bigham and Janet Murray and Helen's parents were John Wilson and Eliza Mc Donald.
They also had children called Isabella, William and Robert who were all registered on the 1861 census as being born in either Kirkmichael or Maybole. His mother was Jane Gibson, his father Alexander Boyd, not married. John was a bootmaker, as were most of his neighbours on Weaver Street.