1870 Deaths M to Z
- Hi Wade,
Thanks so much for this information; each little bit adds to my family
Your Peterhead site is much appreciated by me, Sandy
>From: Wade Buchan <Wade.Buchan@...>
> Hi Sandy,
>> Ref. #18 - Isabella TROUP,
>> Ref. #111 - Jane TROUP, and
>> Ref. #139 - Margaret THOMSON
> No.18, Isabella Troup married to George Troup mason, 9/2/1870 oh
>30m am at New field of Invernettie, female, aged 50 years, parents: Andrew
>Dickson gardener (dead) and Janet Dickson ms Thomson (dead),
> Either the cause and informant was blank or I must have missed it
> No.111, Jane Troup widow of George Troup farmer and mason,
>21/7/1870 3h 45m am at Newfield of Invernettie, female, aged 73 years,
>parents: James Sangster farmer (dead) and Ann Sangster ms Scott (dead),
>cause: Disease of Womb chronic, informant: W.? Troup, son, present,
> No.139, Margaret Thomson, Illegitimate, single, 20/8/1870, 11h pm
>at 44 Longate, female, aged 3 weeks, parents: Margaret Thomson, cause:
>Bronchitis no medical attendant, informant: Margaret White, her X mark,
>present, Chapel Street.
> Regards, Wade.
>>Peterhead Genealogy at http://axs.com.au/~wsb/
- Hi Scott,
> Could I please have the details on the following deaths:No.207, John Moir seaman married to Christian Sangster, 29/12/1870 2h pm at 27 Merchant Street, male, aged 62 years, parents: James Moir gardener (dead) and Elizabeth Moir ms Rennie, cause: Eryspcias 5 days, informant: Alexander Willox, present, occupier.
> 1) #207 John Moir
> 2) # 39 Alexander Philip
No.39, Alexander Philip labourer married to Catherine Adams 26/3/1870 9h 30m pm at 44/2 Broad Street, male , 70 years, Alexander Philip farmer (dead) and Jane Philip ms Simpson (dead), Acute Pleurisy a effusion (chest) 12 days, David Philip, son, present, 16 Charlotte Street.