Dr. Elizabeth B. Holmes wrote:
> Hi Wade,Marriage:- Christian Walker B.1844 m.Cow 10/11/1863, fathers
> name Robert, mother's ms Matheson. From our Bruce line we have Cow
No.55, 10/11/1863, Maiden Street, Church of Sct, James Cow or Gow tinsmith
(bachelor), age 25, Backgate, parents: James Cow or Gow, mason (dead) and
Janet Gow nee McGrigor; married to Christian Walker (spinster), 19, Broad
Street, parents: Robert Walker, shipmaster (dead) and Christina Walker ms.
Mathieson, witnesses: James McGlashan and James Taylor.
> 1851 census:-I have found a William DIVRAL [the name is often spelt this
> way] who I can't place anywhere. He married Amelia Jamieson 16 September
> 1842 in Peterhead. Are they on the 1851 census? The marriage is from the
Sorry no Amelia or a William around that age in the 1851 census for
Peterhead. Have I already given you the information of the Diverals in the
1851 census for Peterhead? They are all living in Queen Street.
> Are you interested in 'collecting' the family trees you have been so
> instrumental in helping us make. Betty.
I only collect those that contain people born in Peterhead. I usually make
up a family group sheet for those that I have provided information on and
add them my database. I don't mind if people wish to send me family
trees. In some cases I've been able to send them onto other researching the