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Re: Headstones In MARKINCH CEMETERIES
« Reply #126 on: Monday 21 January 13 05:57 GMT (UK) »
Hi again Norrie,
Thanks for getting back!
Margaret was originally an Anderson (parents William & *Margaret) She'd have only been about 37'ish when she died. Michael - her widow - went on to re-marry...& think continued living in the St Andrews /St Leonards area.
(Margaret's *mother was originally a 'Pringle' from Markinch)
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« Reply #127 on: Monday 21 January 13 15:40 GMT (UK) »

What a guy you are ... you must have some collection of images?
I have over 16,000 in 23 fife cemeteries

Hello Norrie,
I recently came across this post and wonder if you can help me. My great aunt Margaret Allan was born in 1870 in Cathcart Renfrewshire. She moved around a lot in her lifetime. In 1894 she married a Robert Marshall in New Monkland. In the 1901 census she and her family were in Falkirk Stirling. On 17 Nov 1953 she died at Kirkwood Cres., Crossford, Dunfermline. Her son Robert registered her death. I don't yet know when and where her husband died.
Kind regards, Nan
London and Middlesex, England: Loft, Hughes, Walker, Eades, Phair, Hubbard, Bull
Ayrshire, Scotland: Currie,  Gebbie
Argyllshire, Scotland: Clark, McDonald, McCorquodale,
Lanarkshire, Scotland: Allan, Smellie
Renfrewshire, Scotland: Lang, Jack

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Re: Headstones In MARKINCH CEMETERIES
« Reply #128 on: Monday 21 January 13 19:33 GMT (UK) »


Hi Nan sorry nothing for Margaret Allan or a Margaret Marshall
or Robert Marshall I checked the index for all the cemeteries
in my list.

Norrie
Gordon,Gillies, Taylor,Kinnear, Wemyss Parish


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Re: Headstones In MARKINCH CEMETERIES
« Reply #129 on: Monday 21 January 13 19:44 GMT (UK) »

Margaret was originally an Anderson (parents William & *Margaret) She'd have only been about 37'ish when she died. Michael - her widow - went on to re-marry...& think continued living in the St Andrews /St Leonards area.
(Margaret's *mother was originally a 'Pringle' from Markinch)

Hi Jesszgram Sorry nothing in my indx for the above

Norrie
Gordon,Gillies, Taylor,Kinnear, Wemyss Parish

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« Reply #130 on: Monday 21 January 13 23:05 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Norrie for checking to see whether or not Margaret Marshall MS Allan was buried in Fife. I appreciate your efforts on my behalf. You have certainly provided a lot of information for many people. Keep up the good work.
Kind regards, Nan
London and Middlesex, England: Loft, Hughes, Walker, Eades, Phair, Hubbard, Bull
Ayrshire, Scotland: Currie,  Gebbie
Argyllshire, Scotland: Clark, McDonald, McCorquodale,
Lanarkshire, Scotland: Allan, Smellie
Renfrewshire, Scotland: Lang, Jack

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« Reply #131 on: Wednesday 13 March 13 18:16 GMT (UK) »
Hi NorrieG do you happen to have a picture of the headstone if there is one of

Henry james snow 77 years old
22-3-1914  to 29-1-1992
and buried feb 1992
saint drostans   a2-202

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« Reply #132 on: Thursday 28 March 13 15:19 GMT (UK) »
Henry james snow 77 years old 22-3-1914  to 29-1-1992
and buried feb 1992 saint drostans   a2-202


Hi Steven  sorry on the above.

Norrie
Gordon,Gillies, Taylor,Kinnear, Wemyss Parish

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Re: Headstones In MARKINCH CEMETERIES
« Reply #133 on: Friday 29 March 13 23:49 GMT (UK) »
Thankyou for checking . Does that mean there is no headstone or you just dont have obe.Thx again.

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« Reply #134 on: Thursday 06 June 13 16:48 BST (UK) »
Hi Norrie, What a remarkable service you are providing. I hope you might be able to assist me with two children, interred in the same grave I believe, in 1825 and 1826. Information I have is from  MARKINCH BURIALS, 1799-1854
http://www.fifefhs.org/Records/Markinch/markinchbc.htm 
CLARK, HEUGH (8m): son of Nicoal Clark at Markinch; 5 Mar 1826;  left side of sister, Mary Clark, interred 7 Jan 1825 (No 2 1825)
CLARK, MARY (5): dau of Nicoal Clark at Markinch; 7 Jan 1825
Any help would really be appreciated. Their parents Nichol Clark and Margaret Clark nee Dunbar left Scotland with all or most of their surviving children to settle in Australia in 1840. Nichol and Margaret died in Sydney NSW.
Many thanks for your work.
Janet