Re: [Peterhead] Re:Kinghorns
- Hi Ross,There is a headstone in St Peters for the Kinghorns. I have the CD, with the photographs of the inscriptions on it. Not sure where it is, but I will send you a photo of the headstone when I find it. The owner of the lair was Alexander Kinghorn, my Gr Gr Grandfather
From: ross <rossduncanscot@...>
Sent: Friday, 29 July, 2011 22:12:35
Subject: [Peterhead] Re:Kinghorns
I have a copy of the lair record and Christian Middleton is included in it. The rest is made up off Kinghorns and Duncans. The owner of the lair is given as Alex Kinghorn. He is the owner of this lair 222 & lair 223 (St Peters)
I visited it last year but is very difficult to find anything. There is no headstones
--- In Peterhead@yahoogroups.com, ALLAN HARROP <a.harrop@...> wrote:
> Hi to Ross and Barbara from another Kinghorn descendent.
> Jessie Kinghorn was my Gr Gr Grandfather Alexander's sister. They were born in
> Peterhead to Christian Middleton and Alexander Kinghorn.This Alexander was born
> in Old Deer to a Margaret Stephen in 1812 who did not marry his father Adam
> Kinghorn (who was accused of a "trilapse of fornication by the parish!)
> Perhaps someone in the group can help me to find out more about Margaret
> Stephen.I have no idea if she married, and Alexander first appears in in the
> Peterhead 1841 Census married to Christian .
> Where was he brought up?
> Clues are maybe in the Middle names Janet Sim Kinghorn (Jessie) b 1842
> Alexander Johnstone Kinghorn b 1844
> I would be grateful for any clues.