Re: Elricks in Peterhead
- Wade - I have only just entered up these records you so kindly sent me. I
was able to 'marry' up some of the birth parents. I now have a few less
Alexander and William ELRICKs.
I will certainly keep my eye open for Peterhead info.
Shirley Elrick in Melbourne, Australia.
Email = shirley_elrick@...
From: Wade Buchan [mailto:wsb@...]
Sent: Saturday, 26 September 1998 17:34
Subject: [Peterhead] Elricks in Peterhead
From: Wade Buchan <wsb@...>
> Wade, many thanks. I will be updating the record this coming weekend.Here are some more to update, from Peterhead OPR:
6/9/1818 John Elrick, banker in Peterhead, had a son baptised and named
Alexander Macarlney, before John and Adam Elrick.
29/10/1820 John Elrick, bank-agent in Peterhead, had a son baptised and
named Thomas Taylor, before John Kilgour and John Elrick junr.
These were in table form:
Date, child, father, profession, residence, witnesses
9/7/1822, Alexander, William Elrick, ship-carpenter, Peterhead, Robert
Ogston & George Ried
15/9/1822, James, John Elrick, Banker, Peterhead, John Kilgour & Gilbert
23/6/1823, Elizabeth, William Elrick, Ship-carpenter, Peterhead, George
Reid & (blank).
27/11/1825, William, William Elrick, carpenter, Peterhead, John Logan &
21/7/1829, Jean, William Elrick, carpenter, Peterhead, John Joss &
24/12/1830, Alexander, Alexander Elrick, coachman, Peterhead, Paul
Drummond & John Law.
16/12/1821 William Lawrence, sailor and Elizabeth Elrick both in
2/3/1822 George Lunan, ship-carpenter and Isabel Elrick both in
10/3/1824 William Elrick, ship-carpenter and Mary Hutchison both in
23/12/1824 John Hird, sailor and Elizabeth Elrick both in Peterhead
> If you ever have any projects in mind that would require assistance,please
> ask me to be involved.I only ask that when ever you or anyone else here are looking at records
and you see a reference to Peterhead, that you let others on the mailing
list know about it.
Some projects I'm currently working on (Peterhead Only):
Have transcribed and indexed the 1851 census, only needs checking.
Transcribing and indexing deaths 1855-1875 and 1881 (these are filmed by
LDS), about a 1/3 completed.
Transcribing and indexing Peterhead Crew Agreements (Peterhead born
I started collecting lair records, this will be harder now that they
charge 23.50 pounds, will now only get them from people who have them
for their ancestors.
I also keep a database of Peterhead researchers and their interests.
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