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Re: John McLellan b ~1828 Scotland, married and settled in Galston, Scotland
Posted by: linde hammond (ID *****3322) Date: April 02, 2009 at 09:12:52
In Reply to: Re: John McLellan b ~1828 Scotland, married and settled in Galston, Scotland by heather sloan of 728

Hi Heather,

I information I have recently received is that David McLellan died at Park on 17 September 1846, age 68. All this information is from Monumental Inscriptions from Closeburn, Scotland (292). His wife, Sarah Fraser died on 11 July 1852 aged 71 years. His son, David died at Dalswinton Village, Parish Kirkmahoe on 8 February 1851 aged 45 years and another son, William died at Park on 10 May 1851 aged 43 years. The children born to David and Sarah were: David, born circa 1806, William, born 7 March 1808, Jean, born 19 April 1810, Matthew born 10 October 1812, John, born circa 1813, Helen born between 1816 and 1819, Alexander born circa 1820, Sarah born circa 1823 and James born 4 February 1827. All the above children were born in Closeburn, Scotland. Our John McLellan died on 25 July 1878 at Cessnock House, Galston, Ayshire (Death certificate 593/69). Cessnock House or Castle was once owned by the Duke of Portland and John was a Forester there.

Please contact me via private email so that we can share further information. Regards, Linde


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