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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #9 on: Friday 21 August 09 15:40 BST (UK) »
Lockzie.Robert and Agnes had a John and a James.    John born 28-3-1807 yarrow and James christened in selkirk 28-4-1811.The rest are all listed in IGIs but Isabella is shown as Isabel. No trace Mis Yarrow Ettrick Kirkhope or St marys or John Scott and Mary Grieve
I am doing the MIs of ashkirk at the  moment and dont see them anywhere and i dont have the MIs for Hawick which are only on Hawick Arch.Society Transactions but the Heritage Hub may help you there.When I have time I will look elsewhere and let you know and all MGSCOTTS queries as well.
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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #10 on: Friday 21 August 09 16:22 BST (UK) »
 Thankyou Lockzie for the wonderful ballad.  Wouldn't be my gr gr grandfather for he escaped the water only to freeze later that cold night....on land.  But what a wonderful little piece of history anyway.  And with all the Williams in my tree I'm keeping hold of this ballad for there may be a connection one day.

Alan,  thanks so much for all your work on the Ashkirk MI's.  Wonderful news that you are working on them.

Merv
Scott-Traquair, Catslacknowe, Ashkirk, Sco
Stutt-Co Fermanagh and Tyrone, Ulster, NI
Newton-North Plantagenet(CAN), Ireland
Grieve-Roberton, Lilliesleaf Sco
Hodgins-Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, Ire
Elliot-Canonbie, Bogra, Holmhead, Annan, Sco and Egremont Engl
Little-Canonbie Sco,  Kingsbridgeford, Thirlwall, Wallasey Eng
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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #11 on: Friday 21 August 09 19:10 BST (UK) »
Alan, I'm sure you know of this resource but I just stumbled across it today and thought of you.  There are links to photos and a manuscript about the Ashkirk cemetery that you can click on too.

Merv

http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/54326/manuscripts/ashkirk+parish+church/

Scott-Traquair, Catslacknowe, Ashkirk, Sco
Stutt-Co Fermanagh and Tyrone, Ulster, NI
Newton-North Plantagenet(CAN), Ireland
Grieve-Roberton, Lilliesleaf Sco
Hodgins-Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, Ire
Elliot-Canonbie, Bogra, Holmhead, Annan, Sco and Egremont Engl
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McAlister-Louth Co., Queen's Co. Ire
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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #12 on: Friday 21 August 09 19:14 BST (UK) »
I have learned that a small book was published titled "A History of Ashkirk, 1790-1990"  I'd love to get my hands on a copy if anyone can find me one.

Merv
Scott-Traquair, Catslacknowe, Ashkirk, Sco
Stutt-Co Fermanagh and Tyrone, Ulster, NI
Newton-North Plantagenet(CAN), Ireland
Grieve-Roberton, Lilliesleaf Sco
Hodgins-Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, Ire
Elliot-Canonbie, Bogra, Holmhead, Annan, Sco and Egremont Engl
Little-Canonbie Sco,  Kingsbridgeford, Thirlwall, Wallasey Eng
McAlister-Louth Co., Queen's Co. Ire
Smith-Whitehaven Eng

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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 23 August 09 17:22 BST (UK) »
Hi Alan

Thank you ever so much for the reply and keeping your eyes peeled for the Scott family.
Sorry I have not been able to thanks you earlier, I have had my two and a half year old niece with me!

Thanks again
Best wishes
Amanda

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Re: Scotts from Ashkirk
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 07 January 10 22:21 GMT (UK) »
Thanks to the wonderful Minister at Ashkrik Kirk I now have a copy of  Ashkirk History book mentioned earlier.
Scott-Traquair, Catslacknowe, Ashkirk, Sco
Stutt-Co Fermanagh and Tyrone, Ulster, NI
Newton-North Plantagenet(CAN), Ireland
Grieve-Roberton, Lilliesleaf Sco
Hodgins-Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, Ire
Elliot-Canonbie, Bogra, Holmhead, Annan, Sco and Egremont Engl
Little-Canonbie Sco,  Kingsbridgeford, Thirlwall, Wallasey Eng
McAlister-Louth Co., Queen's Co. Ire
Smith-Whitehaven Eng