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Offline LindsaySiam

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 16 August 09 13:57 BST (UK) »
I have a Buchanan connection in Killearn - my 4G Uncle John Stirling was married to an Elizabeth Buchanan 24th Aug 1844 in Killearn.

Elizabeth was the  daughter of Thomas Buchanan and Agnes Wilson who married 20th Aug 1814 in Killearn.

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Lindsay
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STIRLING - Stirlingshire
LINDSAY - Perthshire
MELDRUM - Fife, Angus
GIBSON - Lanarkshire
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MEIKLE - Dunbartonshire

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 19 August 09 21:06 BST (UK) »
Do you have any information on a John Robert Buchanan born around 1830s in Loch Lomond . He and his wife Mary Hartle/Hartlowe emigrated to Australia prior to 1874. Any help much appreciated
Buchanan: Dumbarton and Victoria Australia
Stewart: Scotland
Jones, Morgan: Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Mahon, Treacy: Tipperary
Hartle: Cork

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 06 January 11 04:56 GMT (UK) »
 :-[ hello BFR89X :'(
Have I replied to you?? Your Buchanans are certainly in my log pile The James father is an 11th cousin X 8 removed, whatever that means

I must apologise for the delay, as most old time posters know, due to illness, I only get here every so often

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 03 October 12 05:22 BST (UK) »
Thank you people;; ill health has kept me away from researching, and even now am only allowed a couple of hours a day. so please excuse the delay in responding, as it will take a wee while to sort through the letters, bfr89x, your B. family are definately in my log pile

regards to all, doun

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 07 October 12 11:10 BST (UK) »
Stay healthy Doun - we need you
Buchanan, Aitken, Fleming, Guthrie, Muirhead, Edmond. Dumbartonshire, Stirlingshire, Ayrshire

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Re: Buchanan in Killearn, Sti
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 25 June 20 13:47 BST (UK) »
Just found this thread when searching for BUCHANAN and Carestoun. I've found a Walter Buchanan, born in 1711, child of John Buchanan "of Carestoun" and his spouse Elisabeth Noble. This family seem to move between Old Kilpatrick and Killearn parishes - marriage is Killear 1694, first child baptised in Killearn, then three in Kilpatrick (including an earlier Walter, first-born son), and the remaining six in Killearn including of course Walter.

A witness to the baptism is John Buchanan of Middle Croy.

I'd be very interested to learn of any other people looking at Buchanans in this area. And of course if anyone has further information on this Walter, as I'm attempting to rule him either out or in for 'mine'.

(edited to correct error on marriage)

Jenny