1784-5 deaths,1800 christenings
- Hi group, how are you today.
I only managed to get some of the 1800 christenings from the OPR, and 5 deaths.
Might help someone.
William Taylor son to John Taylor, shoemaker in Peterhead was burried.
Elisabeth Geary, Rel? of John Souter from Roanheads was burried.
James Reid from Bearhill in the Parish of St. Fergus was burried.
John Bruce farmer from Invernettie was burried.
James Irwin from Invernettie was burried.
John Webster merchant in Peterhead had a son baptised and named Andrew.
witnesses Andrew Thom snr and Andrew Thom jnr
John Cruickshank Excise Officer in Peterhead had a daughter baptised and named Margaret.
witnesses Alexander Anderson and James Anderson
Thomas Arbuthnot merchant in Peterhead had a son baptised and named Alexander.
witnesses James Arbuthnot and James Forbes jnr
George Muirson weaver in Peterhead had a son baptised and named James
witnesses William Cruickshank and James Turrif
William Murray weaver in Peterhead had a son baptised and named Andrew
witnesses Marcus Calder and William Robertson
James Reid day labourer in Peterhead had a son baptised and named James
witnesses John Ross and James Reid
George Lawrie miller in Invernettie had a son baptised and named William
witnesses William Clark and William Lawrie
James Ewin manufacturer in Kirktown had a daughter baptised and named Jean
witnesses George Thomson and John Park
Alexander Grodon merchant in Peterhead had a son baptised and named John
witnesses Gilbert Alexdander and James Clark
George Bruce fisher in Boddam had aa daughter baptised and named Katharine
witnesses Jean Seller and Ann Cormack
James Milne baker in Peterhead had a daughter baptised and named Mary
witnesses Peter Smith and George Skelton
William Laing farmer in Coll? had a son baptised and named John
witnesses Robert Mitchell and Alexander Connan
Captain William Forrester residing at Little ?ac?la? had a daughter baptised and named Elizabeth
witnesses Alexander Gordon Esqr and Mrs Adams
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