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  • don wilkie
    Can anyone shed any light on William Wilkie who in 1827 along with Alexander Baillie had a boat built for them in Kingoodie by Walter Keay which they named
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 28, 2000
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      Can anyone shed any light on William Wilkie who in 1827 along with
      Alexander Baillie had a boat built for them in Kingoodie by Walter Keay
      which they named "Lady Mylnefield", Mastered by Alexander Lees. Wilkie
      and Baillie were both tacksmen of the Quarry of Kingoodie or both had
      tacks of quarries on the Mylnefield estate.

      Also William Wilkie (grandson) who bought the Eastern half of Mylnefield
      Estate from Alexander Wighton. William Wilkie lived in the Quarry house,
      Kingoodie which burnt to the ground in 1899 which he rebuilt.He let the
      Mylnefield House to a family called Brands. William Wilkie later sold
      Mylnefield to a Misses Brand when the quarry ceased working. Any
      information would be great.

      Don Wilkie
      dsjw@...
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