Author Topic: William JAMIESON and Jane SUTHERLAND  (Read 26020 times)

Offline RobinRedBreast

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Re: William JAMIESON and Jane SUTHERLAND
« Reply #45 on: Thursday 12 April 18 20:31 BST (UK) »
Fiddleston, Porthleven, Kincardine.
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[/size]This place does not exist.

[/size]The proper place name is .FINDON, PORTLETHEN, KINCARDINESHIRE.
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[/size]When you have verified that look at this and check your info against it.

[/size]There are so much red herrings and false information in this ancestry business.

[/size]http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/m/c/i/George-A-Mcintyre-Aberdeenshire/GENE2-0001.html



I attached a link to a PDF file with a Jamieson family tree[/font]

If admin do not allow such links contact me again and I shall give you my email[/font]

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AJ[/font]

Thank you for telling me the correct place name was Findon.
I was able to view the link to the Jamieson tree that you sent me.
I don't know if you attempted to send me anymore links.
If Christian was an illegitimate daughter of William Jamieson, she may not be on that link anyway. Especially if no other people had found out about her.
On her death certificate, it states that her mother's maiden surname was "Scorgie". But she may have been lying and that Christina Scorgie may not even have been married to William Jamieson.
I have not been able to find a marriage between the pair.
All of the census returns give her birth as: "Fetteresso".
Her death certificate states that her father was:  "William Jamieson, Farmer deceased."
I of course understand that there are many red herrings and false information in this ancestry business.

But the information I am telling you here is direct from sources I have seen and found out.

Thank you very much.  :) ;)


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Re: William JAMIESON and Jane SUTHERLAND
« Reply #46 on: Sunday 15 April 18 16:52 BST (UK) »
Can you send me a copy of that death certificate please. I ask because I am keen to investigate further my belief that the surname Cargie may be a misinterpretation of the surname Scorgie.


There are many instances of errors being made or assumptions by Parish officials when recording deaths, births marriages. Many of the rural population were illiterate and many spoke in a strong dialect.


If indeed Scorgie is the correct surname and not Cargie that would clear some things up and enable me to find graves and more.


Scorgie is a common surname in Kincardineshire.
Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Fyvie Drumoak Dalmaik Peterculter Birse Strachan Aboyne Huntly Banchory-Devenick  -  Jamieson Greig Forbes Tobin Gillespie Cheyne Thompson Donaldson Luke Mark Maitland Findlay Silver Bannerman McDonald

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Re: William JAMIESON and Jane SUTHERLAND
« Reply #47 on: Monday 16 April 18 10:52 BST (UK) »
Can you send me a copy of that death certificate please. I ask because I am keen to investigate further my belief that the surname Cargie may be a misinterpretation of the surname Scorgie.


There are many instances of errors being made or assumptions by Parish officials when recording deaths, births marriages. Many of the rural population were illiterate and many spoke in a strong dialect.


If indeed Scorgie is the correct surname and not Cargie that would clear some things up and enable me to find graves and more.


Scorgie is a common surname in Kincardineshire.

I have sent you a PM requesting your email address, so I cam send you some items if you don't mind please.

Thank you.

R Ebdon.  :) ;)