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  • suttlesound
    Wade Would it be possible for further information on the following deaths please? Ref No. 175 Jean BRUCE 1867 Ref No. 49 Mary COUSINS 1861
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 13, 2001
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      Wade

      Would it be possible for further information on the following deaths please?

      Ref No. 175 Jean BRUCE 1867
      Ref No. 49 Mary COUSINS 1861
      Ref No. 61 James TURNER 1856
      Ref No. 79 Keith TURNER 1855

      Thank you very much in advance.

      Sue Suttle



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    • Wade Buchan
      Hi Sue, ... please? ... No.175, Jean Bruce married to William Bruce crofter, died 17/10/1867 at 5h am Dens, female, aged 84 years, parents: Alexander Reid,
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 25, 2001
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        Hi Sue,

        suttlesound wrote:
        >Would it be possible for further information on the following deaths
        please?
        >Ref No. 175 Jean BRUCE 1867

        No.175, Jean Bruce married to William Bruce crofter, died 17/10/1867 at 5h
        am Dens, female, aged 84 years, parents: Alexander Reid, farmer (dead) and
        Elspet Reid ms Paul (dead), cause: gradual decay, no medical attendant,
        informant: William Bruce, his x mark, husband, present.

        >Ref No. 49 Mary COUSINS 1861

        No.49, Mary Cousins married to James Cousins seaman, deid 9/3/1861 at 7h 15m
        am 22 Seagate, female, aged 67 years, parents: George Milne, seaman (dead)
        and Margaret Milne ms Duncan (dead), cause: Dilatation of the heart, had
        for many years, informant: Jonathan Booth, son-in-law, present, occupier.

        >Ref No. 61 James TURNER 1856

        No.61, James Turner, cooper (Married), died 19/5/1856 at 8h am Marischal
        Street, male, aged 76 years, parents: William Turner, crofter (deceased) and
        Elspet Turner ms McRobbie (deceased), cause: disease of bladder had for many
        years, informant: James Turner, son, present.

        >Ref No. 79 Keith TURNER 1855

        No.79, Keith Turner, Cooper, amle, aged 78 years, born Ellon, 60 years in
        district, parents: William Turner, farmer and Elizabeth Turner ms McRobbie,
        married to Mary Forest, children: 1) James at 40 1848 2) Mary 45 3) Keith 43
        4) Janet 40 5) William at 24 1841 6) Robert 35 7) Alexander at 5 months 1825
        8) Margaret at 7 years 1830 9) George at 27 1854 10) Alexander 25, died
        4/8/1855 at 1h am Maiden Street, cause: Calculi & Abscess of prostate gland,
        acutely 28 days, buried Churchyard of Peterhead, informant: William Rennie,
        son-in-law.

        Regards, Wade.


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