- U was interseted in your information on the children of David Ritchie
and Elizabeth Mundie. One of the children was called Martha Magdelin
My ancestor Ann Mundie who was born Crimond and died 1872 Peterhead,
had a sister called Dollie Mundie. I assumed Dollie was short for
Dorothy but now find that she was actually Magdeline. Dollie was born
1785 and died 1857 Peterhead so would have been alive when Martha was
As this is an uncommon Christian name in itself it seems more than a
coincidence that an Elizabeth Mundie should have a child with
magdelin in her name in Peterhead at a similar time.
The parents of Ann and Dollie are John Mundie and Margaret Presslie m
1785 Lonmay. Any information on your Elizabeth Mundie would be
--- In Peterhead@y..., "Morrison, William" <morriw00@p...> wrote:
> I have recently joined the group and am interested in the above
> names, the details I have discovered so far are shown below:
> David Ritchie Christened 10th October 1784 Old Deer
> Elizabeth Mundie
> Daughter Mary Ritchie Born Peterhead
> Married 6th June 1840, Peterhead
> Alexander Morrison Born Peterhead Alexander's Mother was Ann .......
> Alexander Born Peterhead 1842
> David Born Peterhead 1843?
> Ann Born Peterhead 1844?
> Elizabeth Born Peterhead 1846?
> Barbara Born Peterhead 1848 died Peterhead 1856
> Martha Magdelin Born Peterhead 1850?
> They lived in No 4 Westertown according to the 1851 census
> George Born Peterhead 1857 Died Peterhead 1912 My
> Married (1) Aberdeen 1885
> Lilly or Lillias Stewart born Peterhead 1861 died 1886
> Charles Born Peterhead 1886 Died 1940 New South
> Married (2) Hawick 1903
> Elizabeth Marshall Born Edinburgh 1871 Died 1955 Peterhead My
> Helen Taylor Born Peterhead 1904 Died Peterhead 1985
> William James Marshall Born Peterhead 1907 Died Woolwich, England
> I would be very interested if anyone could make any
> these people or tell me when Alexander died and who his parents
> had approximately 12 children as did their eldest son Alexander so
> must be quite a number of Morrisons out there somewhere. Some of
> to Australia and New Zealand.
> Bill Morrison