Author Topic: Please help me find him - John HATTIE (Heatlie) - going quietly mad.  (Read 3907 times)

Offline terianne

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Re: Please help me find him-going quietly mad.
« Reply #9 on: Monday 16 February 15 13:03 GMT (UK) »
you are not going made

it happens sometimes - spelling vary, odd names pop up

Agnes Waugh is John's Mother & Mary Waugh is Agnes' Mother

Agnes appears to be Illigetimate too and father is possibly a Mr Oliver

On the census' for 41,51 & 61 Mary has no husband and is head ofhousehod and all her children have different names

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Re: Please help me find him-going quietly mad.
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 25 July 15 13:50 BST (UK) »
Hi all,
Whats the possibility of the below of this family.
In 1841 Mary Waugh was living with Agnes  Waugh (aged 14) in Crailing in Roxburgh, they were living in between 2 Heatlie familys. I know the two Heatlie familys were related to each other, but what do you think the chances are that Agnes Waughs illegitimate son John Heatlie who was born in 1854 was related to this Heatlie family as well? I know i'm probably clutching at straws and i would have to prove it first but it cant just be fate surely x x
Dawn

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