Re: Alexander PATERSON
- --- In email@example.com, "m9dds0ug" <m9dds0ug@...> wrote:
>Victorian Order maps it is not Parkside Place there is several houses
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Blaikie <R.Blaikie@>
> wrote:HI! Robert just wanted to mension that there is a parkside
> close to Kildrummy.Don't know if its relevent to you or not just
> thought I would mention it . My relatives lived there.
> > The 1851 census for Dalkeith in Midlothian lists my GG Grandfather
> > Alexander PATTERSON (two 't's) living in High Street Dalkeith
> together with
> > his sister Isabella, daughter Jane (My G Grandmother), and sons
> > and John. At this census Alexander was 46 and I have transcribed
> his place
> > of birth as Berwick on Tyne. This might well be my error.
> > The 1861 census lists this family as living in Parkside Place,
> > where his birthplace is given as Berwick upon Tweed. Alexander
> also lived
> > there in the 1871 census where he died on 10 September 1875 at the
> age of
> > 72. In these two censuses the family is listed as PATERSON
> (one 't').
> > I do not have details from the 1841 census.
> > In my visits to Dalkeith I took a photograph of the house in which
> > family lived.
> > GG Grandfather Alexander PATERSON was Inspector of the Poor and
> > of the Poor Rate.
> > I have been unable to find any record of his birth in Berwick
> about 1803.
> > His parents were Alexander PATERSON (died Dalkeith 1 November
> 1848) and
> > Margaret BLYTHE (I think but am unsure of this).
> > Was/is Berwick in Scotland or England?
> > I would be grateful if anyone was able to come up with his actual
> > date and any additional information about this family.
> > The proliferation of Alexanders makes searching all the more
> difficult and
> > at times confusing.
> > Many thanks
> > Robert Blaikie
> > Brisbane
> > Australia
>The Parkside I have refered to is close to Kildrummy but on the
and a manse if memory serves me well .I don't know your family name
although Alexander is prominent in my family . You can find out more
through Microfilm from the area throught the Mormon church Also
Scotlands records are all automated and on line . If you would like I
can get the web address for you if you can't find it.I live in Canada
Sorry I havent been back to this site for awhile
- Hi all,
Anyone else researching these surnames Erskine, Mein, Anderson, Black, McVicar
families in Portobello, South Leith areas of Edinburgh?
Other names connected are Morgan, McPhail and Deans.
Hamilton New Zealand