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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I270)
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6030)
 
153 Alex was a plumber and ended up as Provost of Oldmeldrum They named a street after him "Provost Florence Avenue" Florence, Alex (I6540)
 
154 Alexander was born on the 7th of Feb1838 at Chapel of Garioch a little ahead of the game His parents married in June 1840 in good time for their next child John
From the 1851 census we learn that at age 13 he was employed by his father on the farm at Hatton
Alexander died accidentally at age 18 One version is that he was kicked by a horse There is another family story that says the accident involved a cart wheel which fell on him
An inscription on the family headstone at Logie Durno says he died 13 Oct 1856 age 18
I have now located the entry in the parish register The death was registered at Oyne
Alexander Jaffray single farm servant Oct 13th at 1pm place Hatton of Ardoyne The cause of death column leaves insufficient space for the entry and is thus difficult to decipher and my best attempt is as follows "Severe injury of chest and heart from an accident caused by a cart wheel" Four more words follow then as certified by -------- Mitchell M D who saw the ----- 13th Oct 1856 on the day he died Informant is his father Leslie Jaffray Registrar is John Shand 
Jaffray, Alexander (I89)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5764)
 
156 Alexander Florence ch 15 April 1770 Culsalmond OPR and IGI but born Rayne (This from Tony Christiansen ) Florence, Alexander (I3078)
 
157 Alexander is dark horse in this listing Did he attend funeral of uncle Sandy in Oyne with brother Charles ?
Why is he known as Sid to Sandy Stevenson ?
Confirmation needed 
Gray, Alexander (Sid) (I2364)
 
158 Alexander Jaffray and Barbara Leslie lived and died at Logie in the parish of Chapel of Garioch
A headstone in the Kirkyard of Logie Durno has the following inscription
1858
Erected by James Jaffrey in memory of his father Alexander Jaffrey wright at Logie d Oct 1790 Aged 52
His sister Elizabeth d July 1804 age 20 sister Mary d Nov 1804 age 28
His affectionate mother Barbra Lesslie d Jan 1837 much respected by rich and poor
Brother Charles d June 1840 age 58 Brother in law James Murray crofter Durno d 18 dec 1844 age 69
His widow Jane Jaffrey d March 1853 age 77 
Jaffray, Alexander (I4)
 
159 Alexander Souter was a blacksmith
In 1881 they are recorded at Welwood Cottage Banchory Devenick Kincardinshire and they lived eventually at Helenslea Cults 
Souter, Alexander (I2310)
 
160 Alexander was a peace time soldier who served 7 years in India He never married He emigrated to New Zealand in 1929/1930 working his passage looking after horses and disembarked in Lyttleton He went to the Wairarapa to be with his brother John and sister Jean
He died as a result of a car accident Riding home at night with a companion his motor bike broke down and attempting repairs in the dark he was hit by a passing car and killed 
Burr, Alexander (I865)
 
161 Alexander was a railwayman in Dundee where he died at the early age of 48. He was buried in the Eastern Cemetery Dundee but is also commemmorated on his fathers grave in Cults Kirkyard Souter, Alexander (I2319)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I643)
 
163 Alexanders sister Bathie left family bible to nephew Bible dated from 1771 now in New Zealand Tocher, Bathia (I647)
 
164 Alfred and his brother Andrew were cotton doublers (1881census they lived in Mansfield hotel run by Palmers) Adlington, Alfred (I5787)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2250)
 
166 Alive and in a home Ediburgh age 97 this date (Nov 2005) Unmarried Smith, Georgina (Ina) (I3809)
 
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2665)
 
168 Alphee was born in Falher in 1925 he attended school in Falher living in the convent Upon leaving school Alphee spent several years working in British Columbia In 1949 he took up farming in thr Judah area working out in the winter months
In 1955 he married Berthe Blanchet
After leaving school Berthe was employed at the Bank of Montreal for 5 years
In 1958 Alphee became a full time employee of the Provincial Parks Department He was stationed at Winagami Lake Provincial Park as park warden In 1969 the family moved to Grande Prairie where Alphee worked as Park Supervisor for the northern area Then in 1972 they relocated to Dinosaur Provincial Park where Alphee again worked as Park Warden Another move came in1974 to Valleyview AB where Alphee was employed by the Sturgeon Lake Indian Band Due to failing health in 1976 the family moved to his fathers farm which he had purchased a few years earlier and there he went to work for the Falher Alfalfa Ltd company This is where he was working at the time of his death in 1981
Berthe worked for the Peace River Health Unit in Falher from 1976 to 1990 Since 1981 she has been living in the town of Falher except for a short stay in Calgary and Okotoks AB Their family consists of two sons Mark and Andre and daughter Isabel 
Pelletier, Joseph Alphee (I252)
 
169 Also went to New Zealand Dow, Agnes (I6546)
 
170 Alvah Kirkyard Listed on headstone erected by his mother Margaret Gray as died in infancy McKenzie, Joseph (I2686)
 
171 Alvera Ross again Iin Jan 2014 she tells me Uncle Jim was a blacksmith by trade and came to Canada during the depression he landed at Halifax and then went to Toronto where he stood in the cold with only 5 dollars in his pocket Grace came out later and they got married
He had to change his work as blacksmiths were out of date and he spent his time at the Canadian National Railways as a welder He later developed a heart condition qhich laid him low for a time He was in his front yard cutting down a tree in 90 degree weather when he suffered a heart attack
Altogether he loved Canada and had a good life there

Jim and Grace had a child who remained at home with an Aunt and came to Camada later as a teenager
Alvera does not give mw a name for this child 
Ross, James Cormac (I6433)
 
172 An earlier George died before this boy was born and I believe that he was given the name which had become vacant
The 1881 Census shows George aged 21 living at home with his parents at Ryehill and his occupation is given as carter Since his father is listed as a quarrier most likely on Benachie George may also be employed there
Quarrying on Benachie came to an abrupt stop following a downpour which washed out the road

He married Mary Massie on the 9th of Feb 1884 in Culsalmond

1891 Census is very sketchy from Scotlandspeople Website shows George as farmer in Parish of Insch age unreadable but maybe 34 with wife Mary age 31and three children George age 5 Alexander Massie 2 and Mary age 1 They have 5 windows or rooms with windows and a farm servant Robert Alardyce age14 from Rayne
The Insch Census for 1901 gives us George Florence farmer at Midtown He is age 41 as is his wife Mary The children listed are as follows Alexander M age 12 born Old Macher Mary age 11 born Insch John age9 born Insch Maggie E age 6 also Insch Thomas age 4 born Insch and Bella S age 2 born Insch There are 6 rooms with one or more windows 
Florence, George (I506)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I586)
 
174 Andrew and his brother Alfred were cotton doublers and in 1881 were living in the Mansfield hotel run by Palmers Adlington, Andrew (I5789)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I625)
 
176 Ann gets £300 in will of George Adlington d 1868 age 89 Sheppard, Mary Ann (I5899)
 
177 Ann Jaffrey married Alexander Coutts and they are believed to have had a family of 5 including 2 sons and 3 daughters
Ann is reported to have died in Edinburgh, date unknown Subsequently a grave stone in Oyne cemetery gives us her death in Leith 3rd Nov 1911
A check on the birth of her daughter Anne shows that she was illegitimate and born shortly before the parents married The wedding took place in Oyne in 1869 (GRO 230/00 0001Oyne)
My mother had a friend in Selkirk (meaning a relative) and we visited her there once. I think she was Elsie Coutts one of the family previously mentioned
Also Elizabeth Coutts daughter of James Coutts (Fyvie) died in Old Meldrum and my mother kept a cutting of her death notice,so perhaps all same Coutts family,
It is not known which member of the family erected the stone to the parents at Oyne 
Jaffray, Ann (I95)
 
178 Ann Sim is listed on the IGI as christened 30 May 1803 in Banff Her parents are James Sim and Elspet Mitchell Their marriage also in Banff is dated 26 May 1799

She married John McIntosh 30 May 1824 Again details are from the IGI

Listed in Census 1841as Ann McIntosh age 38 This agrees with birth estimation The 1851 census lists her incorrectly as Jane now age 48

Her death at age 90 is registered Aberdeen Old Macher 1st Dec 1892 Her son John McIntosh is informant Cause of death is given simply as old age 
Sim, Annie (I2439)
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2333)
 
180 Anne lived a life dedicated to serving members of her family, and never married
She worked as a domestic servant from 1851 to 1861 for the Walkers at Cuttlecraigs of Daviot. Mary Walker was of course her aunt (Mary Alexander 1781)
By 1871 she was in Aberdeen acting as house keeper to her widowed brother John, but by 1881she was back in Rayne on her own working as a dressmaker. In 1891 she was still dressmaking, but now in the company of her sister Hellen In 1901 she was nursing her invalid sister Jane. She died in Rayne at 85 described as a knitter but a pillar of support to other family members 
Alexander, Anne (I232)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3907)
 
182 Anne was registered in the parish of Oyne as born 27 Jan 1869 place Hatton time 4hrs ----pm and was illegitimate Her father was Alexander Coutts farm servant and her mother Anne Jaffray Domestic servant Both attend to register the birth and give the residence as Ardoyne parish of Oyne James Mortimer is the registrar Coutts, Anne (I166)
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2395)
 
184 Antique Collector with clothing store in Aberdeen Hatt, Leslie Murray (I5057)
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3930)
 
186 Appears in 1881 Census with Parents and siblings at Factory Yard Hucknall under Huthwaite she is 14 and occupation is given as Seamer Gelsthorpe, Adah (I1147)
 
187 Appears with mother Martha and sisters on1881 Census age 2 living at 21 Brennand Street Burnley Lancs
and again on 1901aged 22 working in family laundry
Married and emigrated to New Zealand Set up successful laundry business there 
Dodgeon, Margaret (I3583)
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2251)
 
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5686)
 
190 Arrived Ellis Island 1918
Parentage Illegitimate 
Benzie, James (I3311)
 
191 Arrived NZ 24 Jan 1867 off the sailing ship Maori at Auckland

Adlingtons Prices and Marriotts were all Wesleyian Methodists some more committed than others

Robert Jonathan became the putative head of the family after the death of his brother in law and he heavily influenced all the children of the next generation My correspomdent says he was something of a bully and a bigot 
Adlington, Robert Jonathan (I5333)
 
192 Arthur served with an ambulance brigade during WW1 and a letter from him to his Aunt Annie describes the action from somewhere in France It is dated 1915 He hopes the present battle will lead to an early end to the war This letter has been found amongst a collection of letters that came to light when Elizabeth Daniel cleared out the attic prior to moving house Her mother Mary Marshal saved them along with other family items as had her mother in turn There are several letters from 1901
Arthur survived the war although his brother William did not 
Adlington, Arthur (I1155)
 
193 As "Uncle Jack" he was held to be a bad influence on young William Goddard by sister in law Catherine Vardy He was probably no more than the usual rough and ready workman
Baptism note John Goddard was over 8 years old when baptised. His father had married a second wife Mary, his first wife (Sarah Bartlett Hall) having died at a comparatively young age
The 1881 census shows John living at Sampsons yard Hucknall under Huthwaite Notts He is Head occupation Bricklayer age 28 born Rugby His wife Sarah Ann is age 23 born Hucknall and daughter Sarah Jane is age 4
Search for marriage on Freebmd gives marriage Sept 1876 John Goddard Mansfield 7b page 112 does not give spouse
Paid search on 1837 site also gives same detail Mansfield vol 7b page 112 
Goddard, John (I2910)
 
194 As a boy Alexander (Sandy) delivered milk to the houses in the village of Oyne from the family farm of Harthill
When he left school he worked at home for his father. It was said that amongst the sons who were in turn employed at home he was the only one who could manage the difficult father
Following service with the Gordon Highlanders in the 1st World War he took advantage of a training scheme on leaving to qualify as a joiner and carpenter
He worked for the building firm of Bissets (spelling?) in Aberdeen lodging with his sister Annie and family in Northern Road
An accident at work forced him into early retirement I believe a fall from a roof was the cause He obtained some form of compension and moved to Insch living with his mother and sister Kate at 36 High Street
He moved to Baldyquash some six months before his brother Henry Gray died, to be of help to my mother Isabella and grannie Alexander and somehow forgot to go back again
After some years there the farmer Mr Leslie gave them orders to quit as the cottage was required for a worker he said
They found a suitable property in Oyne a house called Daisybank where once upon a time Sandy as a boy had delivered milk They bought it between them in a most successful and harmonious arrangement
As a holiday destination for the family it was a great success and in no small measure this was due to Uncle Sandy 
Gray, Alexander McIntosh (I492)
 
195 As with his father, John was a silverwright an old Scots word for woodworker or carpenter according to Thomas Florence of Glasgow who carried out the origonal research on the early Florences Florence, John Joseph (I3445)
 
196 Ashbrey or Ashbury IGI gives us Elizabeth born christened 12 Oct 1748 North Wingfield Derby to father William Ashbury mother Grace Elizabeth Ashbrey (I4288)
 
197 Ashes scattered at Howe Sound BC Canada Gellatly, George Smith (I1445)
 
198 Ashes scattered in Zambia Gellatly, William Smith (I1443)
 
199 Ashes scattered on Alyth Hill Perthshire Scotland Gellatly, Jean Burr (I1444)
 
200 Assistant Teacher Benzie, Isabel Longmuir (I3283)
 

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