- I am in the same position as Kele-Jane. I have a Mary Ann Morgan who married
David Young. On her death certificate in 1887, her age was given as 76 and
her father was given as George Morgan. The mother's name was unknown.
Mary Ann was born in Longside. At one time I thought that she was the
daughter of Peter Morgan and Isobel Sangster who were married in Longside in
1807 and I have a note to say that Peter Morgan was possibly the son of
George Morgan and Margaret Logan and was christened in Longside in 1786.
There was a George Morgan christened there in 1779 and I wonder if he might
be the brother of Peter and the father of my Mary-Ann. What a mystery.
: Kele-Jane McNamara <Sooty81@...>
To: Peterhead@egroups.com <Peterhead@egroups.com>
Date: 28 November 2000 15:15
Subject: Re: [Peterhead] searching help needed
>Dear Wade and all
>I am having some serious trouble researching my family history!! I am at a
>point now (only due to the information given from both Wade and Jim Allan -
>thankyou guys)where I have no idea where to go. I have a George Morgan who
>by all census' should be born in 1831 at Longside though I can only find
>one George Morgan b. 1826 Longside parents Arthur Morgan and Jean Taylor
>another George Morgan b. 1829 Old Machar parents James Morgan and Jean__________
>Kelman. One george is right place wrong time and the other George is wrong
>place approx right time. I don't want to follow the wrong track as we all
>know how frustrating that is!!! So what should I do now? How do I find my
>right George Morgan.
>hope someone can help
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