Author Topic: Edgars in Kirkpatrick Fleming burried in Dornock  (Read 538 times)

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Edgars in Kirkpatrick Fleming burried in Dornock
« on: Sunday 30 October 16 23:58 GMT (UK) »
Hi.
I'm really confused
Up to Today we had at the top of the Edgar Tree.
James Edgar b 1761 m Helen Campbell
Children James 1809-1902
 John 1811-1881
 Helen 1811- 1882 Birkshawhead /KF 20 Sept 1811 Bap
Robert 1813 -1888
1841 Census shows James Edgar in Kirkpatrick Flemming, Brownknowe

Seen this today Inscription at Dornock........

"Here lyes John Edgar of Blackyett who died 5th Sept 1751 age94
Here lyes Agnes Bell spouse of John Edgar of Robgil who departed this life 31 Aug 1749 aged 78
Also Ellen Campbell spouse to James Edgar who died at Browknow April 19th 1811 age 70"

Given Helen is Ellen she cant be the mother of Robert....or the others at 65!!!!!
Browknow & Blackyett are in Kirkpatrick Fleming
Robgil in Dornock.......Help!!!
Borodenko, Kalmus, Lobanenko, Chaplenko. Basko.
Robson,Gillespie,Sentence, Edgar, Gildert

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Re: Edgars in Kirkpatrick Fleming burried in Dornock
« Reply #1 on: Monday 31 October 16 11:17 GMT (UK) »
I have the Death Cert for Robert Edgar March 31st 1888 on it the age is given as 75 yrs. Father James Edgar Master Tailor, Mother Ellen Edgar formerly Campbell. Informant Mary Ann Moor daughter
Ellen Edgar (Campbell) was buried in Dornock 1811     yikes
Any ideas?
Robert died Irvington KF
Borodenko, Kalmus, Lobanenko, Chaplenko. Basko.
Robson,Gillespie,Sentence, Edgar, Gildert

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