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Welcome [7 November 2011]

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Hello Beth I have got back to a James Halliday and a Hellen Blacklock they had 7 children Hellen ,Mary (twins)Janet, Agnes ,James ,Margaret (My GG grandmother)and Joseph I have got some census and a email from David Devereux Museums Curator (Stewartry) The Stewartry Museum St. Mary Street Kirkcudbright If you send me your email address I will send you the census I am in touch with a David Bell his line is from Mary Hume.lives in Canada. hope to hear from you soon Jan--Scotjimland 13:14, 7 November 2011 (EST)


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Next step: Review your GEDCOM [18 October 2011]

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Next step: Review your GEDCOM [19 October 2011]

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Next step: Review your GEDCOM [19 October 2011]

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GEDCOM Export Ready [21 October 2011]

The GEDCOM for tree Allan Roots is ready to download. Click here.


‎scotjimland.ged [22 October 2011]

Hello, I am a volunteer admin here at WeRelate. I reviewed your gedcom file and sent it through to import. There is one family that had a warning, please take a look at this family after the file has been finished importing and edit the incorrect data.

  • John Griffith and Margaret Allan: Margaret Allen's birth date is 1874, and her marriage date is Feb 11 1872.

Thank you, --Jennifer (JBS66) 16:22, 22 October 2011 (EDT)


scotjimland.ged Imported Successfully [22 October 2011]

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Helen Hume [7 November 2011]

How are you related to Helen Hyslop Hume?--Bethsdragon 19:55, 4 November 2011 (EDT)


Related to my wife Janet C Thorpe.. she is

her grandfather's second cousin.--Scotjimland 08:27, 5 November 2011 (EDT)


She was my great grandmother. I'd love to collaberate on the family. I haven't been able to find much on that side of the family.--Bethsdragon 16:58, 5 November 2011 (EDT)


Hello This is Jan,

My Helen Halliday was born in Urr, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland on 1832, she married a John Hume in 1856 at Lochrutton, Kirkcudbright, Scotland .. is this the same Helen Hume ?

Thank you for getting in touch Jan--Scotjimland 17:15, 5 November 2011 (EDT)


Hi Jan, The answer is yes and no :) My Helen Hume is your Helen Halliday Hume's granddaughter. I have Helen as Ellen but I have noticed those names to interchangeable at times.

Helen & John Hume had a daughter Agnes Hume. Her daughter was Helen Hylsop Hume. She married Thomas Pearson in 1911 in Kirkcudbright Scotland. They moved to Syracuse, NY before 1920. I don't have my notes on me.

Thomas and Helen had 3 sons and 1 daughter. The daughter lived for a short time but all 3 sons lived to adult age. David Kenneth was my grandfather.

David married Rheta Russell and had 4 daughters. My mother was the youngest.

I haven't gotten very far beyond Helen H. hume (my ggrandmother) until recently. I found Agnes to be the daughter of John and Helen. I'm working on getting farther back.

Helen Hyslop Hume worked at a house in Kirkcudbright from the ages of 7 to 27 when she was married.

Thanks, Beth.--Bethsdragon 11:22, 7 November 2011 (EST)


Jacob Hannah Edgar [10 April 2013]

Jacob was my grandfather. Are you a relative?--Mari 15:18, 10 April 2013 (EDT)


Next step: Review your GEDCOM [17 June 2013]

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--WeRelate agent 03:14, 17 June 2013 (EDT)

Changes to your tree in the past 24 hours [17 June 2013]

Hi

I made some alterations to your place names in Scotland last week and must have unintentionally left some of your family on my watchlist. The changes you have just made were therefore advised to me.

You seem to be making some big alterations to the makeup of your family. I wondered if the following list might be of help to you.

The 1841 census of Carsphairn was published as Stewartry of Kirkcudbright Census Records of 1841 by surname by the Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society in 1997. The gravestone inscriptions are from Pre-1855 Gravestone Inscriptions: an index for the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, Volume Two, edited by Alison Mitchell, and published by the Scottish Genealogy Society in 1990. Both books are transcriptions of the originals, but in themselves can only be considered as secondary data.

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 1, Page 6
House: Lagwine 1
McCulloch, Sarah, 82, Scotland
McCulloch, John, 80, ag lab, Scotland
McCulloch, Jannot, 40
Hunter, Elizabeth, 29, ag lab
Hunter, William, 7
Hunter, Isabella, 5
Hunter, Margaret, 3
Hunter, James, 7 months
Palmer, Grace, 35, dressmaker

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 1, Page 1
House: Liggate 2
McCulloch, Jane, 55, Scotland
McCulloch, William, 55, male servant
McCulloch, Janet, 20
McCulloch, Agnes, 15
McMath, James, 5

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 6, Page 1
House: Burnfoot 2
Robson, James, 80, ag lab
Robson, Elizabeth, 40
McCulloch, Hugh, no age given, woollen handloom weaver

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 6, Page 1
House: Burnfoot 3
McCulloch, Mary, 55
McCulloch, Florence, 25
McCulloch, William, 20
McCulloch, Agnes, 15
McCulloch, Hugh, 15
McCulloch, John, 2, Scotland

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 6, Page 1
House: Burnfoot 4
McCulloch, Thomas, 48, mason
McCulloch, Elizabeth, 50
McCulloch, Saray, 15
McCulloch, Maray, 14
McCulloch, Ann, 12
McCulloch, Robert, 10

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 4, Page 1
House: Hunthall
McHutcheon, James, 30, ag lab
McHutcheon, Mary, 25
McHutcheon, George, 5
McHutcheon, Jannet, 3
McHutcheon, Ann McKie, 1

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 8, Page 2
House: Drumness
McCutcheon, Margaret, 20, female servant

1841 Carsphairn, Enum Dist 3, Page 3
House: Woodhead Lead Mines 8
McMath, John, 30, lead washer, Scotland

Carsphairn Graveyard Stone 34
William McCulloch died at the Ligget 17 Jan 1862 aged 76, his widow Jane Ferguson died 10 Sep 1864 aged 81, their daughter Agnes died at the Ligget 22 May 1852 aged 27

Carsphairn Graveyard Stone 220
James McMath died Halfmark 19 Jul 1818 aged 30, his wife Margt McMillan died Woodhead Mines 4 Mar 1869 aged 79, Erected by son James. Marion McCulloch died Liggate 1 Jun 1880 aged 65, husband John McMath died Shennas, Ballantrae, 15 Apr 1890 aged 79

BTW, I think Grace Palmer, the dressmaker at Lagwine 1, is one of mine. I haven't looked into the sidelines of the Palmer family in a while, so I'm not sure.

Regards (Pat) --Goldenoldie 09:43, 17 June 2013 (EDT)


Your gedcom import [17 June 2013]

Hi, in your scotjimland.ged many matches link to red links. This means that you must have deleted your tree just before uploading the new gedcom. In order for this to be processed correctly, please delete your gedcom and reimport your gedcom. It has been long enough since you deleted the tree that you shouldn't get any red links. Thanks, --sq 20:56, 17 June 2013 (EDT)