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  • Joanne Pye
    For Wade. Hi Wade, If you have time, would it be possible to have the details from a marriage and death listed on your website please? They are: Marriage
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 21, 2002
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      For Wade.

      Hi Wade,

      If you have time, would it be possible to have the details from a marriage
      and death listed on your website please? They are:

      Marriage 08/05/1858:
      Benjamin SKINNER to ? MILNE

      Death 1855 Ref number 27
      Jean WALKER b1821 Parents: John McKINNON and Isabella RAE

      Thanks so much Wade for anything you can provide.

      Joanne
    • Wade Buchan
      Hi Joanne, ... No.17, 8/5/1858 at 6 Manse St, Peterhead, church of Scotland, Benjamin Skinner, aged 45, Fraserburgh, Cooper, widower, parents: James Skinner,
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 5, 2002
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        Hi Joanne,

        Joanne Pye wrote:

        > Marriage 08/05/1858:
        > Benjamin SKINNER to ? MILNE

        No.17, 8/5/1858 at 6 Manse St, Peterhead, church of Scotland, Benjamin
        Skinner, aged 45, Fraserburgh, Cooper, widower, parents: James Skinner,
        Cooper and Elisabeth Black married to Jane Milne, aged 40, Peterhead,
        widow, parents: James Milne, gardener and Jane Robertson, witnesses:
        Donald W. Rushmore and Alexander Robertson.

        > Death 1855 Ref number 27
        > Jean WALKER b1821 Parents: John McKINNON and Isabella RAE

        No.27, Jean Walker, female, 34 years old, born Peterhead, parents: John
        McKinnon, nail maker (deceased) and Isobel McKinnon, ms Rae, married to
        William Walker, mariner (deceased), children 1. William age 12 2.
        Andrew age 10 3. John died 1854 age 7, died 24/2/1855 at 8h 15m am,
        Longate, cause: Pthisis had for 6 months, burial place: Churchyard of
        Peterhead, informant: Helen Kinlock, sister.

        Regards, Wade.


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      • Joanne Pye
        Wade, Thank you so much as always for this information, it is very helpful. Take care, Joanne ... From: Wade Buchan To:
        Message 3 of 3 , Aug 6, 2002
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          Wade,

          Thank you so much as always for this information, it is very helpful.

          Take care,
          Joanne

          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "Wade Buchan" <wsb@...>
          To: <Peterhead@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Monday, August 05, 2002 1:41 PM
          Subject: Re: [Peterhead] Walker and Skinner


          > Hi Joanne,
          >
          > Joanne Pye wrote:
          >
          > > Marriage 08/05/1858:
          > > Benjamin SKINNER to ? MILNE
          >
          > No.17, 8/5/1858 at 6 Manse St, Peterhead, church of Scotland, Benjamin
          > Skinner, aged 45, Fraserburgh, Cooper, widower, parents: James Skinner,
          > Cooper and Elisabeth Black married to Jane Milne, aged 40, Peterhead,
          > widow, parents: James Milne, gardener and Jane Robertson, witnesses:
          > Donald W. Rushmore and Alexander Robertson.
          >
          > > Death 1855 Ref number 27
          > > Jean WALKER b1821 Parents: John McKINNON and Isabella RAE
          >
          > No.27, Jean Walker, female, 34 years old, born Peterhead, parents: John
          > McKinnon, nail maker (deceased) and Isobel McKinnon, ms Rae, married to
          > William Walker, mariner (deceased), children 1. William age 12 2.
          > Andrew age 10 3. John died 1854 age 7, died 24/2/1855 at 8h 15m am,
          > Longate, cause: Pthisis had for 6 months, burial place: Churchyard of
          > Peterhead, informant: Helen Kinlock, sister.
          >
          > Regards, Wade.
          >
          >
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