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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #9 on: Monday 30 November 09 00:41 GMT (UK) »
Hi John,

I have some burial records for Cambusnethan, there are 3 that may be of interest to you.

2 are in lair 879 section E.

MARY BROWN, housewife.
Abode - Mount Vernon.
Age - 21 years.
Status - Married.
Parents - John Frame and Margaret Dunn.
Interred 8th March 1900.

MARY BROWN, child.
Abode - Tollcross.
Age - 11 years.
Parents - William Brown and Mary Frame.
Interred - 1st January 1912.

Lair 670 section B
ROBERT FORSYTH, child.
Abode - Stane Farm.
Age - 1 year and 11 months.
Parents - Thomas Forsyth and Lizzie Hodge.
Interred - 30th April 1910.
Lair owner - Thomas Forsyth, farmer. Stane Farm, Shotts.
Paterson, Torrance, Gilchrist - Hamilton Lanarkshire. 
McCallum - Oban, McKechnie - Ross of Mull Argyll.
Scrim - Perthshire. 
Liddell - Polmont,
Binnie - Muiravonside Stirlingshire.
Curran, McCafferty, Stevenson, McCue - Co Donegal
Gibbons, Weldon - Co Mayo.
Devlin - Co Tyrone.
Leonard - County Donegal & Glasgow.

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 02 December 09 19:18 GMT (UK) »
Hi Lodger

Many thanks for the burial info as the first two are indeed my direct line siblings.  Did not know that Mary Frame married a William Brown and had a child.  The age of the child seems odd as Mary died in 1900 whereas the child aged 11 died 1912 which would mean the child was born after Mary died!

Interesting to note that you have McKechnie in Argyll.  I have a Samuel Mckechnie born 1836 in Argyll, Scotland a farmer who died in 1881 at South Hirst Farm, Shotts, Lanarkshire.  He married a Janet Watson and later Sarah McInnes (McInnis).  His parents were James Mckechnie a ships carpetner (died before 1862) and Margaret Johnston (died before 1862).

Cheers

John Rowley
DUNN - Cambuslang, LKS
FORSYTH - Shotts, LKS
FRAME - Hamilton, LKS
HODGSON - Hamsterley, DUR
HUMPHREY - Easingwold, NRY
HUNT - Frimley, Surrey
MCKECHNIE - Argyll - Shotts
NETHERCLIFF(T)/ DRAYCOTT Sandhurst, BKS
PEPPERCORN - Lolworth, Cambs
PRATT - Thirsk, NYK
REDSHAW - Hamsterley, DUR
REYNOLDS - Fritton,Stratton,NFK
ROWLEY - STS to DUR
TALLACK - St Agnes Padstow,CON
WALMSLEY - NRY,Brum
WILSON - Hamsterley, Co Durham
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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 02 December 09 22:50 GMT (UK) »
Hi John,

I would make a guess that poor Mary died in childbirth and the child's age was put down without too much care about the exact age.
My McKechnie/McEachern ancestors came from the Ross of Mull, Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon parish, they lived in the hamlet of Ardtun, near Bunessan. There were Archibalds and Neils by the dozen but never found a James or a Samuel. (And, as a Motherwell man, I wouldn't care to admit that I had a Shotts connection! Ha!)

Lodger.
Paterson, Torrance, Gilchrist - Hamilton Lanarkshire. 
McCallum - Oban, McKechnie - Ross of Mull Argyll.
Scrim - Perthshire. 
Liddell - Polmont,
Binnie - Muiravonside Stirlingshire.
Curran, McCafferty, Stevenson, McCue - Co Donegal
Gibbons, Weldon - Co Mayo.
Devlin - Co Tyrone.
Leonard - County Donegal & Glasgow.

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #12 on: Sunday 27 March 11 21:33 BST (UK) »
More info re the Frames at Brow Farm: my grandmother was Christina Frame, daughter of John Frame who died at the farm in 1903. Christina married my grandfather, Alexander Hunter from Newmains, at the farm in 1909. I have a photo of her standing on the doorstep of the farm with two of her sisters circa 1905.


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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #13 on: Monday 28 March 11 08:12 BST (UK) »
Hi there,

Thanks for the information, would there be any chance you could upload the photo?  Would love to see the Farm then.  I currently live at Brow Farm and have been there since 2000.  Thanks,

Audra MacPhee

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #14 on: Tuesday 29 March 11 21:34 BST (UK) »
tried to upload picture but file was too large - will send paper copy

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 29 March 11 22:29 BST (UK) »
Lovely, thanks very much.

Audra

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #16 on: Friday 01 April 11 11:08 BST (UK) »
Hi there,

Your photo arrived this morning, thank you so very much.  Any other information gratefully received in my attempt at plotting the history of the farm.

Thanks again,

Audra

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Re: Brow Farm, Newmains, Cambusnethan
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 06 June 15 18:04 BST (UK) »
George Frame Gunner 175345 Royal Field Artillery   
   
Gunner Frame, son of the late John Frame, Brow Farm, Newmains, resided in Shotts and had enlisted there.   Aged 27, he died on the 31st of December, 1917 in Egypt.   Gunner Frame is interred in Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Grave E.183 and commemorated on Morningside War Memorial.

I am compiling a book of the men of Cambusnethan, Newmains and Morningside if you have any information on George, or even a picture.

Regards,

Swally