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  • Alex Ritchie
    For : Malcolm Simpson Malcolm, many thanks for the information. I ll have to track down where the burial records for Newburgh Cemetery are located (possibly in
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 13 11:44 AM
      For : Malcolm Simpson
       
      Malcolm, many thanks for the information.
                     I'll have to track down where the burial records for Newburgh Cemetery are located (possibly in Aberdeen?).
                     I guess that Newburgh Cemetery is the one down by the harbour. The other one nearby is the Kirkyard of Foveran Parish Church just outside the village.
                     Thanks Again....................Alex Ritchie
    • Alex Ritchie
      For : Malcolm Simpson Hello Again Malcolm, Thanks for you latest notes. I just realised that I have some extracts from the M.Is from Slains Cemetery and there
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 19, 2000
        For : Malcolm Simpson
         
        Hello Again Malcolm, Thanks for you latest notes.
         
        I just realised that I have some extracts from the M.Is from Slains Cemetery and there is one which says :
         
        "To Robert Walker, Died March 9th.1788 aged 72. Also George Walker his son died on January 1st.1804 aged 59. Also his son William Walker died on board the "Oscar" January 1st.1813 aged 21......."
         
        Just thought you might be interested.
         
        Kindest Regards......................................................Alex Ritchie
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