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Offline NicPhaidein

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Joseph McFadyen
« on: Sunday 05 November 17 19:40 GMT (UK) »
Joseph McFadyen was listed as witness in the Glasgow Barony register for the birth of his nephew James on 1 July 1807. Joseph could be the brother (or father?) of my great great Greatgrandfather John McFadyen, a weaver in Calton, who is still proving elusive as I cannot find anything about him in the records apart from his marriage to Jean Renfrew in September 1806 in Paisley High Church. Is anyone looking for Joseph McFadyen?

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Re: Joseph McFadyen
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 29 November 17 12:09 GMT (UK) »
Hi NicPhaiden,

You've contacted me a while ago regarding my John McFadyen, have you got the OPR for the marriage of John and Jean Renfrew? Do you have his age when he got married?

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Phil McFadyen

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Re: Joseph McFadyen
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 21 January 18 17:55 GMT (UK) »
Phil, sorry for delay in replying. Here's what I have from OPR Marriages Paisley High Church: John McFadyen in Barony Parish of Glasgow and Jean Renfrew in this Parish (06/09/1806).

Then for 28/05/1782, OPR Kilninver and Kilmelfort, baptisms: Donald MacFadyen Dyer at (I cannot make out the name, starts with a C and ends with aoil) and Janet McLachlan his spouse, their twins was called - his son John, his daughter Elizabeth.

This is the only John McFadyen I could find in a search from 1770-1785.