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Sea related jobs 1825

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  • Ivo
    1825 Donald Manson, ship master William Taylor, ship master Andrew Stephen, fisherman Alexander Cordiner, fisherman George Middleton, sailor John Gregory,
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 28, 2002
      1825
      Donald Manson, ship master
      William Taylor, ship master
      Andrew Stephen, fisherman
      Alexander Cordiner, fisherman
      George Middleton, sailor
      John Gregory, sailor
      Donald Clark, sailor
      Henry Thomas, sailor
      Alexander Bruce, fisherman
      Alexander Keith, ship master
      William Anderson, sailor
      Daniel Munro, sailor
      Paul Williamson, sailor
      James Hutchison, sailor
      Murdoch MacKenzie, sailor
      William Cooper, sailor
      James Saunders, sailor
      Andrew Cordiner, ship master
      Peter Groat, sailor
      John Allan, sailor
      Alexander Souttar, sailor
      James Hill, sailor
      Alexander Duncan, ship master
      David Sangster, sailor
      John Kern, sailor
      Alexander Morrice, sailor
      George Keith, sailor
      Thomas Millar, sailor
      George Bruce, sailor
      John Buchan, sailor
      Thomas Saddler, sailor
      Henry Shepherd, sailor
      William Catto, sailor
      James Lawson, sailor
      John Hay, sailor
      Robert Thom, sailor
      William Thomson, sailor
      Alexander Macky, boat builder
      John King, sailor
      James Fraser, sailor
      James Bruce, fisherman
      James Hutchison, ship master
      Peter Black, sailor
      Robert Milne, sailor
      John Lawrence, ship master
      George Davidson, sailor
      Hawthorn Stewart, sailor
      John Anderson, sailor
      John Jones, sailor
      Charles Todd, ship master
      John Hutchison, sailor
      Robert Martin, sailor
      Peter Stephenson, sailor
      John Mundy, sailor
      William Bergie, sailor
      James Leisk, sailor
      John Stephen, sailor
      Alexander Matheson, sailor
      Robert Bruce, fisherman
      Robert Lumsden, sailor
      John Hutchison, sailor
      George Stewart, sailor
      Charles MacKenzie, ship master
      David Cardno, sailor
      Robert Davidson, sailor
      Thomas Souttar, sailor
      William Bruce, sailor
      John Herd, sailor
      John Low, sailor
      David Nicol, sailmaker
      Alexander Seivewright, sailor
      Alexander Anderson, ship master
      John Anderson, sailor
      Robert Stephen, fisherman
      William Matthew, sailor
      Alexander Foreman, fisherman
      James Webster, sailor
      John Whyte, ship master
      Robert Hutchison, fisherman
      James Barclay, sailor
      William Milne, sailor
      Robert Thom, sailor


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    • iain.birnie
      I know this post is from 2002 but does anyone know the source of the data? Thanks Iain.
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 31, 2011
        I know this post is from 2002 but does anyone know the source of the data?

        Thanks Iain.

        --- In Peterhead@yahoogroups.com, "Ivo" <cvj@...> wrote:
        >
        > 1825
        > Donald Manson, ship master
        > William Taylor, ship master
        > Andrew Stephen, fisherman
        > Alexander Cordiner, fisherman
        > George Middleton, sailor
        > John Gregory, sailor
        > Donald Clark, sailor
        > Henry Thomas, sailor
        > Alexander Bruce, fisherman
        > Alexander Keith, ship master
        > William Anderson, sailor
        > Daniel Munro, sailor
        > Paul Williamson, sailor
        > James Hutchison, sailor
        > Murdoch MacKenzie, sailor
        > William Cooper, sailor
        > James Saunders, sailor
        > Andrew Cordiner, ship master
        > Peter Groat, sailor
        > John Allan, sailor
        > Alexander Souttar, sailor
        > James Hill, sailor
        > Alexander Duncan, ship master
        > David Sangster, sailor
        > John Kern, sailor
        > Alexander Morrice, sailor
        > George Keith, sailor
        > Thomas Millar, sailor
        > George Bruce, sailor
        > John Buchan, sailor
        > Thomas Saddler, sailor
        > Henry Shepherd, sailor
        > William Catto, sailor
        > James Lawson, sailor
        > John Hay, sailor
        > Robert Thom, sailor
        > William Thomson, sailor
        > Alexander Macky, boat builder
        > John King, sailor
        > James Fraser, sailor
        > James Bruce, fisherman
        > James Hutchison, ship master
        > Peter Black, sailor
        > Robert Milne, sailor
        > John Lawrence, ship master
        > George Davidson, sailor
        > Hawthorn Stewart, sailor
        > John Anderson, sailor
        > John Jones, sailor
        > Charles Todd, ship master
        > John Hutchison, sailor
        > Robert Martin, sailor
        > Peter Stephenson, sailor
        > John Mundy, sailor
        > William Bergie, sailor
        > James Leisk, sailor
        > John Stephen, sailor
        > Alexander Matheson, sailor
        > Robert Bruce, fisherman
        > Robert Lumsden, sailor
        > John Hutchison, sailor
        > George Stewart, sailor
        > Charles MacKenzie, ship master
        > David Cardno, sailor
        > Robert Davidson, sailor
        > Thomas Souttar, sailor
        > William Bruce, sailor
        > John Herd, sailor
        > John Low, sailor
        > David Nicol, sailmaker
        > Alexander Seivewright, sailor
        > Alexander Anderson, ship master
        > John Anderson, sailor
        > Robert Stephen, fisherman
        > William Matthew, sailor
        > Alexander Foreman, fisherman
        > James Webster, sailor
        > John Whyte, ship master
        > Robert Hutchison, fisherman
        > James Barclay, sailor
        > William Milne, sailor
        > Robert Thom, sailor
        >
        >
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        >
      • Steve Broekmann
        Hi Iain, It s a good question. So I Yahoo d for an explanation. The answer is OPRs, I think, as indicated in the previous post on 29 November 2002 in reply
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 31, 2011

          Hi Iain,

           

          It’s a good question.  So I Yahoo’d for an explanation.  The answer is OPRs, I think, as indicated in the previous post on 29 November 2002 in reply to Alex, who asked the same question.  It reads:.

           

          “Re: [Peterhead] Sea related jobs

           

          Hi Alex, thanks for your message.
          I have so many people related to the sea, I took the names from the OPR and
          posted them, maybe they would help someone else also.
          Before the census in 1841 there was no real way of finding out about
          people's jobs and the OPR does'nt have many death's, so if they died before
          1841 your stuck.
          These years are years their children were baptised, hence how I got their
          jobs.

          Best wishes,
          Catherine”

           

           

          Steve

          Cape Town

           

        • Iain Birnie
          Thanks Steve - much appreciated. Iain ... From: Steve Broekmann To: Peterhead@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 7:43 PM Subject: RE: [Peterhead] Re:
          Message 4 of 4 , Aug 1, 2011
            Thanks Steve - much appreciated.
             
            Iain
            ----- Original Message -----
            Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 7:43 PM
            Subject: RE: [Peterhead] Re: Sea related jobs 1825

             

            Hi Iain,

            It’s a good question.  So I Yahoo’d for an explanation.  The answer is OPRs, I think, as indicated in the previous post on 29 November 2002 in reply to Alex, who asked the same question.  It reads:.

            “Re: [Peterhead] Sea related jobs

            Hi Alex, thanks for your message.
            I have so many people related to the sea, I took the names from the OPR and
            posted them, maybe they would help someone else also.
            Before the census in 1841 there was no real way of finding out about
            people's jobs and the OPR does'nt have many death's, so if they died before
            1841 your stuck.
            These years are years their children were baptised, hence how I got their
            jobs.

            Best wishes,
            Catherine”

            Steve

            Cape Town

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