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Annette 7. Good progress !
Interesting to note that Sarah Roslin in 1841 census was working as a servant for an Attorney. You can understand how she might meet another Attorney visiting the house.

RickyJack, it looks like you are copying and posting from an online tree. I would recommend not looking at online trees which are quite often full of errors, and is maybe why the confusion with the information in the opening posts has arisen.

We are still missing Thomas Hunter Stuarts mother
I believe you are looking for Sarah ROSLYN /ROSLIN /ROSSIN /ROSEN (note changeable spelling)

Working from the information in the 1861 census
The 3 Cameron children (nieces and nephew) are the children of James Cameron (Corporal in Life Guards) and Ann (sister to Sarah Stuart)

In the 1851 census those Cameron children are with their Uncle John Roslyn.

John Rossin bap 1806 Paxton, Huntingdonshire /Cambridgeshire (parents William and Ann)
- John’s 2nd marriage 1855 (St Martin in the Fields ) to Ann Lovell  - Father is William Roslyn - Matting Maker
- John Roslyn died Baldock Hertfordshire 1890

I believe Sarah Stuart, wife to Thomas snr, and father to Thomas jnr is Sarah Roslyn.
Note - I can’t find a marriage.
The census gives Sarah born abt 1824 Gamlingay Cambridgeshire.

Sarah ROSIN baptism 25 Apr 1826. Father William, mother Ann
(Note: there were 5 daughters all baptised on the same day - no info on when each was born)

1841 census St Mary Islington West. Sarah Roslin age 20, born out of county, servant

Extra info: -
•   When James Cameron marries in 1873 he is named as James Roslin Cameron. Father James Cameron – soldier
•   Marriage 1802: William Rosin to Ann

I think the correct parents may be Alexander Millar and Ann Steven - married 1822 Stirling.

The post states “Ann Miller born 18 Nov 1832 Bannockburn”

Possibly because it is the only Ann Miller that shows up in the OPR.

Ann Miller Stevenson shows in each census as being born in Stirling.

Ann Miller / Stevenson died 1908 Bannockburn, age 67. No mothers maiden name listed.

Francis Stevensen died 1897 Bannockburn. Mothers name BIRKHILL


Maybe Francis married twice.
I don’t think so. Francis and Ann are still together in 1891 census, Bannockburn.

1851 census Ann Millar

There is another Millar family in St Ninians with similar named children, but i think this is the correct family as the father’s name Alexander was used for son of Ann (Miller) Stevenson.

1841 census

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