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Stevenson in Peterhead

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  • Norm Stevens
    At 1999-05-12 15:53:23.927000, ... Get your own free email account at http://www.freemail.com.au/
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      At 1999-05-12 15:53:23.927000,
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      > Hi folks :)
      >
      > I am a descendant from a James Stevenson and Eliza Simpson,of
      > Peterhead in Aberdeen,
      > and I am seeking any information relating to this family or any
      > contacts.
      > James had the following children:
      >
      > Alexander 1858
      > William c 1861
      > Janes Innes c 1863
      > Mary c1864
      > Helen Simpson c1866
      > David Ewan c1868
      > Ewan Christian or Christian Ewan c1870
      > Charles John c1873
      >
      > James was a shipbuilder and lived in Love Lane in Peterhead in
      > 1881.
      > His son Alexander went to sea and he married and settled in
      > Newcastle Aus where as a Ship's Master he commanded a number of
      > ships around the Australian coast.
      > He joined the pilot service in Newcastle and was promoted to
      > assistant Harbour Master and passed away in Newcastle in 1922.
      > Should you know anything of this family or could put us in touch
      > with anyone researching same, it would be greatly appreciated. Any
      > clues or hints on where to find information on Peterhead and the
      > shipbuilding industry there would be a great help too.
      >
      > Thanks :)
      > Norman
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