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1851 Census, Stitchel & Hume Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland

1851 Census, Stitchel & Hume Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland

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Published by Graham Maxwell Ancestry Research Services in Annan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Personal -- Scotland -- Stitchel.,
  • Names, Personal -- Scotland -- Hume.,
  • Stitchel (Scotland) -- Genealogy.,
  • Hume (Scotland) -- Genealogy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Graham & Emma Maxwell.
    ContributionsMaxwell, Graham., Maxwell, Emma.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20569624M

    employed in agriculture.’ (A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland – Samuel Lewis ) ‘A hamlet in the Scottish Borders, Bonjedward lies 2 miles north of Jedburgh near the junction of the River Teviot with the Tweed’. (Gazetteer for Scotland). Today the city of Bonjedward is defined by the Latitude of and Longitude of File Size: KB. He married Elizabeth Gibson on the 12th of October at Gordon, Scotland. and their children, who were baptised at Stitchel-Hume, Scotland Agnes George 6th July William 23rd February John Boyd 29th June Robert Boyd 22nd April Margaret Boyd 11th February Jean Boyd 28th November Please advise Thanks Brian Boyd.   Those missing are Hugh and Barbara Sanderson, ages 40 and 39 in the census, Margaret, the eldest daughter who was 14 in this census and the eldest son Francis Guy who I last saw on the census who was 10 at that time. All were living in Galashiels. Descendants of George Home a Resident of E. Gordon Parish Berwickshire Scotland. Generation No. 1. 1. G EORGE 1 H OME was born Abt. in Scotland.. Notes for G EORGE H OME. Email from Barbara McRae: "Two children named James Home were baptized in Gordon Parish in One was the son of Abraham, the other the son of George.

    The neighbouring parish of Stitchell is full of Hoppers and Happers, many with the christian names of Robert & Henry. The registers of both Stitchel & Ednam are defective (e.g. Ednam has no marriage and hardly any baptisms between the 2 Williams Hoppers. Ednam parish lacked a minister between and


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1851 Census, Stitchel & Hume Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland Download PDF EPUB FB2

History [edit | edit source]. STITCHELL and HUME, two ancient parishes now united, the former in the district of Kelso, county 1851 Census Roxburgh, and the latter in the county of Berwick; 4 miles (N.

by W.) from district of Stitchell, which is situated on the north-eastern boundary of Roxburghshire, is supposed to have derived its name, signifying in the Gaelic language "a declivity," from.

It is linked to the rest of Roxburghshire by the Parish of Ednam on the south. It was united with Hume which is in Berwickshire in and the census covered 1851 Census Parishes.

Stichill is now one of the Kelso Country Churches - the others are Makerstoun, Nenthorn, Roxburgh & Smailholm - which is linked with Kelso Old Parish Church & Sprouston. The FreeCen Project has transcriptions of the whole Stitchel & Hume Parish Roxburghshire online for the and censuses and 87% of the census.

The Stichel and Hume Parish Registers for the Church of Scotland provide records of baptisms (), marriages () and burials (no Located in: Roxburghshire, Scotland ( - ). "STITCHEL and HUME, an united parish in the district of the Merse, on the mutual border of Roxburghshire and Berwickshire.

Stitchel is in Roxburghshire, and Hume is in Berwickshire; they were united in ; and each contains a village of its own name. The united parish is bounded by Gordon, Greenlaw, Eccles, Ednam, Nenthorn, and Earlston.

/B3 X2m /B3 X2m (3 fiche) The census of Scotland is indexed on To use it, you must register and pay a small access fee. All available censuses,are indexed on this website. Page 5 - Research Roxburghshire in the Scotland forums onthe new GenForum. Rickerby in the Census of Hawick.

Larry Ruickbie 2/05/ Re: Rickerby in the Census of Hawick LAIDLAW / LAIDLOW from Parish Of Lempit, Sprouston, Roxburghshire, Scotland. Chris Tanner 6/18/ NOTE: The whole of the census of Scotland is surname indexed.

The index is available on all patron computers under Databases on the Network. NOTE: A name-indexed Directory of Land Ownership in Scotland, c, for Roxburghshire is at B4sr new ser.

Since parish numbers weren’t assigned until and this census was taken inthe numbers were applied to the census retroactively for reference purposes.

Two other reference numbering systems were used previous to the Parish Number system, but the Parish Number system is the reference system more commonly used by researchers.

Roxburghshire or the County of Roxburgh is a historic county and registration county in the Southern Uplands of borders Dumfriesshire to the west, Selkirkshire and Midlothian to the north-west, and Berwickshire to the Stitchel & Hume Parish.

To the south-west it borders Cumberland and to the south-east Northumberland, both in England. It was named after the Royal Burgh of Roxburgh, a town which Country: Scotland.

The FreeCen Project has transcriptions of the whole of Roxburghshire online for the and censuses and 87% of the census. The Hawick Parish Registers for the Church of Scotland provide records of baptisms ( and neglected births for ), marriages ( and ) and burials ().

Roxburghshire Catalogue of Fiche, Film & CDs in the Library of the Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies Inc. Located in Blackburn, Victoria, whose aims are to promote and encourage the study of Genealogy, Heraldry, Family History and allied subjects, and to assist members and the general public in genealogical and family history research.

Stitchel, a village and a parish of N Roxburghshire. The village occupies a beautiful site, feet above sea-level, and 3 ¼ miles NNW of Kelso, under which it has a post office.

Consisting of one old-fashioned street, it has greatly decayed since the close of last century, when it was famous for the open-air preachings or `Holy Fairs ' of its Secession church; and it was the first place in.

Name Description; Roxburghshire volume This volume contains information on place names found in the parish of Ancrum. Roxburghshire volume This volume contains information on place names found in the parish of Ashkirk.

Fairnington School Log Book to (Ref - R/ED/2/21). Heiton School Registers log book photos etc. to (Ref - R/ED/18/). The National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh Roxburgh Parish Church (Ref - CH2/) Births to (Ref - CH2//6). Minutes to to and to Accounts to   Page 13 - Research Roxburghshire in the Scotland forums onthe new GenForum.

Transcription. Elliot Families of Roxburghshire Scotland - Scottish Parish Census of Scotland, Table 1, 'Comparison of population, density per acres, and houses with ', for 'Burghs, Districts of Counties and CPs'. STITCHEL Scottish Parish Census of Scotland, Table 1, 'Population of Civil Parishes'.

STITCHEL WITH HUME Scottish Parish Census of Great Britain, Table [1]. Appletree Hall, Roxburghshire Historical description. APPLETREE-HALL, a village, in the parish of WILTON, Hawick district of the county of ROXBURGH, 25 miles (N.

E.) from Hawick; containing 75 inhabitants. It is situated in the north-eastern part of the parish, east of the road from Hawick to Selkirk. Roberton Parish Burial Ground: List of Surnames top of page.

Censuses. UK FreeCEN Project - Roxburghshire & Census Project status page Roxburghshire Census Census of Hawick Combination Poorhouse, Jedburgh Union Poorhouse. Military. The records of the Kirk Session contain a variety of documents which detail many aspects of the daily lives of all types of people throughout Scotland from the 16th century onwards.

We are pleased to be able to offer a search service in some of the records available for this parish. The site of Hume Parish Church, which was founded in the mid-twelfth century, lies approximately m south-west of Hume Castle.

Although the churchyard is still in use, the church and an associated burial aisle are both ruinous, the church having fallen out of use. William Hoy was born 1 Sept in Stitchel Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland, son of Samuel Hoy and Isabella Yule or Youle.

From the Cemetery book for Stitchel and Hume published by the Borders Family History Society in is shows: Unfortunately some of the Census for Downie Twp., are. But there he is, in the Census, lodging at 49 Thistle Street, a a Printer’s Compositor, and born in Kelso, Roxburghshire ( Census Ref.

Getting Married The next big event in George Wood’s life came with his marriage to Margaret Cavers, on June 27 thin her home village of Lilliesleaf (also in Roxburghshire).

Kelso Parish: Census Index Books: Kirkton Parish: Census Index Books: Linton Parish: Census Index Books: Makerstoun Parish: Census Index Books: Maxton Parish: Census Index Books: Melrose Parish: Census Index Books: Minto Parish: Census Index Books: St. Boswells Parish: Census Index Books: Stitchill & Hume.

ASHKIRK, a parish, partly in the county of SELKIRK, but chiefly in the district of HAWICK, county of ROXBURGH, 6 miles (S.) from Selkirk; containing inhabitants.

The name of this place is said to have been derived from the great number of ash-trees with which the neighbourhood abounded, and of which a considerable number is still remaining. Roxburghshire Parish and Probate Reco records including baptisms/christenings, burials, marriages, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, tax lists and wills Roxburgh; Lieutenancy Book, County of Roxburgh,   Liton Parish, Roxburgshire, Scotland: Death: J (32) Liton Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland Immediate Family: Son of Henry Ker, Graden and Lilias Rutherford Father of Henry Kerr; Jean Kerr and Alexander Kerr, Sr.

Brother of Walter Kerr. Occupation: Laird Graden of Teviotdale (now Roxburghshire). Managed by:Children: Jean Kerr, Alexander Kerr, Sr., Henry Kerr. Census of Scotland Researcher's name: Date: Parish of: Quoad Sacra parish of: Town of: Royal burgh of: Parliamentary burgh of: Village of: Microfilm no.: Page no.

Enumeration date: 31 March No. of schedule Road, street, &c., and no. or name of house Houses Name and surname of each person Relation to head of family Condition Age of.

Dalmeny parish and village are sandwiched between Edinburgh and South ed from north to south and bypassed by major routes of communication;c ommuters driving from the Forth Road Bridge to Edinburgh have few signs they are passing through the parish.

However their fellow rail travellers may stop infrequently at Dalmeny station, as they're approaching or leaving the iconic. Historically, Scotland - like England - was divided into counties.

These counties were established in medieval times, and remained the main subdivision of government in Scotland until the reorganisation of local government in Churches were also organised geographically - in the case of the Church of Scotland, the basic unit was the parish.

Welcome to the ScotlandGenWeb Project homepage. This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project and is the local resource index page for Scottish Research. Birth: in Ricalton, Oxnam Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland Death: in County Antrim, Ulster Province, Ireland Vashi nson Cem., WAS CONSIDERED SCOTCH-IRISH DUE TO HIS EMIGRATION FROM SCOTLAND TO IRELAND; His father was William Stephenson Stinson (born Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland died in in Scotland) and his mother Katherine Alison.

Information about England, Wales & Scotland Census. The census for England and Wales was taken on the night of Sunday the 30th March The total population was declared to be 17, This is the first census to include detailed information about each person, including their age, year of birth, marital status, occupation and.

Census - Heads of Household Sorbie, Wigtownshire, Scotland Census Census of Dumfriesshire, Kirkcudbrightshire, Wigtownshire Wigtownshire Strays Extracted from the Census Census for Residents of Combination Poor House, Stranraer.

top of page. Military. "ROXBURGHSHIRE Civil Parish map a" by The Imperial gazetteer of Scotland. by Rev. John Marius Wilson. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons. This website is in need of a new Coordinator - if you are interested, please contact Nathan.

History. Archibald Elliot Archibald Elliot in Scotland Census Extract Archibald Elliot was born circain Dumfries, Westerkirk, Scotland, to John Elliot and Marion Elliot. Archibald had 4 siblings: Mary Elliot, Jannet Elliot, Andrew Elliot and Violet Elliot. Check out the FREE /61 Ayrshire Census Index look-up facility, it is particularly helpful and can only be accessed on-line here at Ayrshire Ancestors.

In addition to research we can offer individuals and organisations assistance to produce genealogical products. Statutory registers Search the statutory (civil) registers of births, marriages and deaths in Scotland from to the present.; Church registers Search church registers of births (or baptisms), marriages and burials in Scotland from onwards.; Census returns Search the lists of people recorded in censuses taken every 10 years in Scotland from onwards.

David Hume (born David Home; 7 May [O.S. 26 April ] – 25 August ) was a Scottish philosopher, historian, economist, and essayist, who is best known today for his highly influential system of philosophical empiricism, skepticism, and naturalism.

Hume's empiricist approach to philosophy places him with John Locke, Francis Bacon and Thomas Hobbes as a British s: Katherine Falconar, Joseph Hume.

The census is destroyed; census at 77 Millgate, Cupar shows JMG (66), Mary (53), Margaret, daur Edward Charles son 15 Elizabeth W. d Charlotte Graham, sister, a Alexander Christie, brother-in-law, aged 47 ('Hon East India Co.

medical man'), and 4 servants. One groom was ‘deaf and dumb’. THE HUME CASTLE PRESERVATION TRUST - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual .Kirkcudbrightshire OS Name Books, Records; This volume contains information on place names found in the parish of Kells.

Kirkcudbrightshire, Volume This volume contains information on place names found in the parishes of Minnigaff, Girthon, and Kells.Andrew Blaikie Andrew Blaikie in Scotland Census Extract.

Andrew Blaikie was born circain Berwick, Duns, in Milnbank Southwick Parish, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland. Jannet was born on October 15in Milnbank, in Faughill roxburghshire scotland, to Andrew Blaikie and Unknown Blaikie.

Andrew married Jean Blaikie.