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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 08 July 08 15:47 BST (UK) »
Hi beenie/beanie ;D

What a kind offer.

Do you by any chance have any Blains? If so, I will dig out my names as I do not want to put you to the trouble of transcribing any which may not be relevant.

Thanks  ;D

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 08 July 08 17:55 BST (UK) »
Hi Ruskie,
It's no trouble, there are 5 Blain's and 1 Blainey in the Stoneykirk MI's

In memory of Isabella BLAIN who died at South Two Mark, Stoneykirk on 26th Decr. 1886 aged 35 years. Also John BLAIN who died at South Two Mark 2nd Aug 1901 aged 61 years. Also David BLAIN who died at Caldons Hill 15th April 1919 aged 75 years. Also Janet McGILL wife of the above David BLAIN who died at Kildonnan 5th Oct 1935 aged 84 years.
"Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord"

Erected by James HANNAY in memory of William HANNAY his son, late farmer Caldons Hill who died 22nd October 1875 aged 48 years. Also the above James HANNAY who died at High Caldons 4th October 1878 aged 66 years and Ann JAMIESON his wife who died 23rd August 1878 aged 73 years. Also Margaret HANNAY who died at Challoch, Leswalt 25th June 1902 aged 69 years. Also David HANNAY who died at Low Curghie, Kirkmaiden 21st Oct 1901 aged 77 years. Also Jane BLAIN wife of William HANNAY who died at South Two Mark 26th Oct 1910 aged 60 years. Also Maria SPROTT widow of the above David HANNAY who died at Garthland cottage 3rd Feb 1917 aged 83 years.

This next one is very long, Elizabeth Blain died 7th march 1887 aged 66 years, wife of Robert Wither died at Thornbank, Lochans 13th Novr. 1893 aged 80 years. (let me know if this is one of yours and I will send the full text)

Here lies the body of Jean KILPATRICK spouse to John BLAIN in Kirkmackgill who departed this life Jan 2nd 1777 aged 98 years.

Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Henry BLAIN, late Minister of Stoneykirk, who departed this life on the 23 March 1817 in the 69th year of his age and thirty fifth of his Ministry. Also Adam BLAIN his son, who died 27th Sept. 1807 in the 21st year of his age. And John MAITLAND BLAIN who died 2nd Nov. 1817 aged 28 years. Likewise William BLAIN who died 19th Janry 1818 aged 27 years.

Sacred to the memory of Patrick BLAINEY, who died 15th March 1876 aged 44 years. His wife Sarah Jane Gilmour McCUNE who died 2nd June 1926 aged 83 years. Their son Hugh HYSLOP who died on 9th August 1963 (maybe 1883) aged 24 years.
Father in thy gracious keeping leave we here our loved ones sleeping.

I hope these help.
Kind Regards
Beenie

Milwain, McTaldroch, McCulloch, McMillan, McCracken, Muir/Moore, Hill, Little,
McGaw, Kirkmaiden/Stoneykirk
Carmont Isle of Man/Liverpool/ Manchester
Hines, Mulvey Ireland/Manchester

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 08 July 08 23:08 BST (UK) »
Thank you very much Beenie - I will dig out my names and digest all this information. Much appreciated. (The Hannay name rings a bell  ;D).

Hey Trish, it might be better if Tom started a new thread - this IS beanies after all  ;).

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday 08 July 08 23:28 BST (UK) »
Hi Ruskie,
Glad you liked the info, let me know if you want the full MI re; Hannay and Blain.
Kind Regards
Beenie
Milwain, McTaldroch, McCulloch, McMillan, McCracken, Muir/Moore, Hill, Little,
McGaw, Kirkmaiden/Stoneykirk
Carmont Isle of Man/Liverpool/ Manchester
Hines, Mulvey Ireland/Manchester

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday 08 July 08 23:38 BST (UK) »
Thanks again Beenie - shall do  ;)

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #23 on: Wednesday 09 July 08 06:27 BST (UK) »


H Ruskie,

I'm sure that I recall a certain lady writing that she didn't think that anyone had a Copyright on a specific thread!  ;D  Is this what they mean when they say that it's a lady's privilege to change her mind?

Best wishes,


Tom.

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #24 on: Wednesday 09 July 08 07:07 BST (UK) »
I'm afraid you've lost me there Tom  ???


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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #25 on: Wednesday 09 July 08 07:31 BST (UK) »
Hi Beannie,

Referring to Reply #7 dated Saturday, 5th July. Correct me if I'm wrong, but surely it did commence with the words, "Hi Tom, Here are the MI's in Stoneykirk Cemetery". Naturally enough, I am absolutely delighted with the thoroughness of your work and the friendliness in which you carried it out. I see no complaints from you, so, one has to wonder what all the fuss is about by someone who really ought to know better.

Because of your kindness and your response to another researcher who is looking at Janet McGill, the wife of David Blain, I thought it may be helpful to other researchers if I supplied some further information on the family

An extracted Marriage Certificate exists for John McGill and Jane Paterson. It can be found on Source Info: Batch No: M118985  Dates: 1839-1854 Source Call No: 1068041.

Marriage:  1st June, 1848 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.

Extracted birth/christening records for their children can be found on Batch No's C118981 & 5.

Elizabeth McGill born 1st April, 1849 at Stoneykir, Wigtownshire.
Janet McGill born 19th November, 1850 at Stoneykirk in Wigtownshire.
Agnes McGill born 30th July, 1852 at Soneykirk, Wigtownshire.
Margaret McGill born 20th February, 1854 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.
Jane McGill born 16th May, 1856 at Stoneykir, Wigtownshire.
Andrew McGill born 13th February, 1858 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.
Mary McGill born 4th February, 1860 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.
Andrew McGill born 7th September, 1861 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.
Marion McGill born 13th May, 1863 at Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire.
James McGill born 30th November, 1864 at Stoneykirk,
Wigtownshire.

One would think that this added information would be of some interest to anyone researching members of this family. Again, very many thanks for your kindness and cooperation.

Tom.

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Re: MI's for Kirkmaiden, Stoneykirk and Kirkmadrine
« Reply #26 on: Wednesday 09 July 08 08:45 BST (UK) »

Hi Russkie,

Reply #25 explains it to you in very simple language. I hope that the added information that I posted will be of added assistance to you. If there is any further detail that you may require, then, as always, I'm always delighted to help.

My very best wishes,


Tom.