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Re: Cowie ancestrry in Premnay, Aberdeen, Sc
Posted by: Toni (ID *****4486) Date: June 14, 2002 at 19:30:26
In Reply to: Re: Cowie ancestrry in Premnay, Aberdeen, Sc by richard cowie of 333

The following are my COWIE connections to my mother's paternal line REIDFORD:

My 6x great-grandparents were Janet COWIE - ch. 9 July 1720 - married John ELDER 26 July 1746, in Ordiquhill Banffshire. Daughter Elspet (b.1752) married John GAMMIE (b.1740) in Marnoch 1776. Other 5x g-grandparents were Margaret MILNE & John ROSS.

My 4C3R Alexander REIDFORD (1871 Aberchirder - 1917 Knochleith, Auchterless) son of Alexander REIDFORD & Ann MORRISON, married (date ?) Mary Jane COWIE (1874 - 1949 Laggan, Kingussie, Inverness - buried Turriff), daughter of James COWIE & ? > Mary Jane's & Alexander's son, James Cowie REIDFORD (1896 - 1971 - Turriff) married Jemima Annie FAIRWEATHER (1902 - 1970 - Turriff)

My 4C3R Isabella REIDFORD (b. Keith 1877 - d. Aberdeen 1900) married Robert WOOD (b. 1869) in Aberdeen 1899. He was the son of John WOOD & Isabella COWIE.

All data is from the research of my 4C1R Alan MORRISON, of Glasgow.

Connections anyone?

Toni ... Canada.







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