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Gilbert McCutchon/McCutcheon, 1775, Scotland
Posted by: Diane Sheppard Date: September 23, 2001 at 10:35:20
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I am trying to locate information on the family of Gilbert McCutchon who was born in Barr, (Ayrshire?), Scotland on November 24, 1775, the son of Gilbert. He married Alice McClure on December 25, 1800 in Kirkmichael, Ayrshire, SCO. They had 4 known children: Agnes (1802-GRO), Jane (1804-GRO), Alice (1806-GRO), and Gilbert (III) (1808-LDS).

Have not been able to find either Gilbert in the 1881 census in Scotland. Suspect they moved to England but not positive.

Jane McCutcheon married Alexander Hamilton, date and place unknown. Daughter Alice was born in England in 1843 according to her 1881 census information. Family purported to have spent some time in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Did find an A.Hamilton, tailor & clothier in 1850 Hamilton, Ontario Directory. Daughter Alice was married in Liverpool, ENG in 1862 to John McTavish. Believe Alexander died in Grennock, SCO in 1879 (awaiting record). Jane lived with her daughter, Alice (Hamilton) McTavish, in Greenock until her death in 1888.

Looking for my McCutcheon kin,
Diane Sheppard



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