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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #63 on: Thursday 07 June 12 20:42 BST (UK) »
Hi,

James mowatt was my great great grandfather.  He married Helen Aberdeen.  I have a few other members on the family tree that my grandfather did. If this is any help

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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #64 on: Wednesday 20 June 12 08:39 BST (UK) »
Hi aLL,
I just found this thread, that I had overllooked somehow.

Regarding Andrew MOWAT or Mowatt or Moust born Bervie
about 1801 to James Mowat and Ann DAVIDSON.

married Penuel or Penelope or Penny BEATTIE
9 December 1827 at Benholm (next parish to Bervie)
both were of the parish of Benholm.

1841 Census The couple were in Bervie
Schedule # ? Dwelling Fisher Gate
Andrw MOUST 35 M Ag. Lab. Y
Penny MOUST 25 F                Y
1851 census
Schedule # 84 Dwelling Cowgate
  Andrew MOUAT Head Mar 50 M  Carrier Master              Bervie Kincardine
                                                             employing (1)man
  Penual MOUAT Wife Mar   39 F                                      Kinneff Kincardin

1861 Census
Schedule # 89 Dwelling 2 New School Lane
Rooms with one or more windows 1
  Andrew MOWAT Head Mar 60 M  Carter  Bervie Kincardine
   Pennie MOWAT Wife Mar  46 F               Kinneff Kincardine

1871 Census
Schedule # 83 Dwelling School Lane
  Andrew MOWAT Head Mar 70  M  Labourer Bervie Kincardine
Penelope MOWAT Wife Mar  57? F               Kinneff Kincardine

April 2 nd 1878 Andeew died
5 School Wynd, Inverbervie, Kincardine

Census 1881 
Schedule # 32 Dwelling 2 School Lane
Penelope Mowatt Head W 70 F formerly Domestic Servt. Kinneff Kincardine

Census 1891
Schedule # 68 Dwelling David Street
Penelope Mowatt Head Widow  70 F  Pauper                    Bervie Kincardine

Janaury 27 th 1898 Penuel died
David Street, Bervie

It appears they did not have children

Thanks to EV for help in a previous post of MOWATS on this board

Penuels father was Willliam BEATTIE, Farmer at Brawliemuir, Benholm
his wife was Isobel KENNEDY. Penuel was their second of eleven children.
the 1851 Census has his birthplace as Dunnottar his wifes was Fourdon

I was unable to find her birth in Kinneff or the marriage of her parents in Kincardineshire

Regards to all you Mowats and McBeys etc out there. and Rowena

Angus
Watt, Beattie,Glass,McDougal, Guthrie,Blackie,Pringle,Balmer,Headridge,Hunter,France,Greenhill
Gordon,Lawson,Anderson,Reid,Stott,Milne,Jackson,Walker McArthur,Hardie.Dunnet,Dundas
Thorburn, Mosley, Stewart, Wood, Gladstone, Darrie,Melrose
Duff,and in the States/Canada: Kidder,Duff, Blake,Robertson,Kerr.

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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #65 on: Sunday 03 February 13 20:05 GMT (UK) »
I am David Wayne McBay. Richardson, North Dallas, Texas, USA, 1954 thru present day, tracing my ancestors back to Ireland. The farthest back is General Marion McBay, @1830? is anyone familiar with this group of people? Reply to *

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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #66 on: Monday 04 February 13 07:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi David , welcome to Rootschat  :)

I have removed your email address as it's against RC policy to give this on the open Forum.

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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #67 on: Sunday 27 April 14 22:06 BST (UK) »
Hi, My great grandfather was John Scott, married to Jane Mowatt, they came to Pense, Saskatchewan, Canada after WW1 with their children and grandson, my father, Herculas Hunter, aka, Hector around 1919. My cousin, Harvey Brooks, had copied church records going back several hundred years for the Scott side but not for Jane Mowatt (not sure where I put the records, have been looking for them). I am interested in contacting relatives on both sides. Victoria

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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #68 on: Sunday 27 April 14 22:21 BST (UK) »
JoAnn Brooks, if your father was Harvey, then I believe we are cousins. Harvey was my dads cousin, their mother's were sisters. My grandmother's name was Helen Scott.  Another sister was Maggie. Their  parents were back and forth between Scotland and Saskatchewan several times according to my great uncle Alec Scott
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Re: bervie fishing folk - ritchie/mowatt
« Reply #69 on: Sunday 27 April 14 22:23 BST (UK) »
Not quite sure of names as it was very difficult to get information from my great aunts and uncles when I met them