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Some Ayrshire Marriages in 1860

Some Marriages transcribed from Marriage Certificates 

Many thanks to George M. McCaig  gmccaig@sympatico.ca , in  Canada. For transcribing these.

 

They are displayed in the following format :- 

Date & place of marriage
Groom, age, occupation, status, where born
Father, trade, Mother
Bride, age, occupation, status, where born
Father, trade, Mother 
 

 

 
June 8, 1860 at Ayr,
William McDowall, 23, Bachelor, Journeyman Engineer, of Cranston Street, Glasgow,
Son of James McDowall, Journeyman Mason, and Elizabeth Rodger.
Martha McTaggart, 27, Spinster, of Carrick Street, Ayr,
Daughter of John McTaggart, Carter (dec) and Janet Goudie.

June 8, 1860 at Ayr,
Andrew Richmond, 21, Bachelor, Ploughman, of Waterton, Parish of Ochiltree,
Son of John Richmond, Ploughman (dec) and Grace Cunningham,
Christina Gemmell, 19, Spinster, Domestic, of Killock Cottage,
Daughter of John Gemmell, Miner, and Janet Mathewson,

November 13, 1860 at Galston,
Thomas Roe, 25, Bachelor, Coal Miner, of Orchard Street, Galston,
Son of Jonathan Roe, Coal Miner, and Margaret McMinn,
Mary Richmond, 21, Spinster, Dressmaker, of Orchard Street, Galston,
Daughter of James Richmond, Coal Miner, and Mary Anderson.

December 14, 1860 at Galston,
Thomas Brydon, 25, Bachelor, Coal Miner, of Henrietta Street, Galston,
Son of Thomas Brydon, Lamplighter (dec) and Mary Smith (dec)
Barbara Menteith, 21, Spinster, Domestic Servant of Polwarth Street, Galston,
Daughter of David Menteith, Coal Miner (dec) and Anne Spence.

December 21, 1860 at Galston,
William Wilson, 25, Bachelor, Cow Feeder, of Kilmarnock,
Son of Robert Wilson, and Elizabeth Kerr,
Janet McNeil, 27, Spinster, Domestic Servant, of Purrich Park, Galston,
Daughter of Allan McNeil, Farmer (dec) and Mary McAllister (dec)

December 21, 1860 at Galston,
Thomas Richmond, 20, Bachelor, Coal Miner, of Greenholm, Galston - Cousins German,
Son of Hugh Richmond, Coal Miner, and Ann Beveridge (dec)
Janet Richmond, 18, Spinster, of Greenholm, Galston,
Daughter of James Richmond, Coal Miner, and Janet Neil.

July 6, 1860 at Irvine,
Henry Mills, 24, Bachelor, Miner, of Fullarton,
Son of James Mills, Labourer, and Agnes McGarty,
Margaret Richmond, 25, Servant, of Fullerton,
Daughter of William Richmond, Labourer, and Elizabeth O'Cain,

July 11, 1860 at Irvine,
Patrick Laurenson, 28, Bachelor, Wholesale Warehouseman, of Glasgow,
Son of Edward Laurenson, Gentleman (dec) and Christina Taylor,
Marion Wilkie, 19, Spinster, of Irvine,
Daughter of William Wilkie, Draper, and Esther McGuffie (dec).

October 18, 1860 at Irvine,
William. B. Dick, 32, Bachelor, Printer, of Irvine,
Son of Maxwell Dick, Bookseller, and Jessie Bannerman,
Janet Gilmour, 34, Spinster, of Irvine,
Daughter of Alexander Gilmour, Flesher (dec) and Margaret Reid (dec)

October 19, 1860 at Irvine,
James Richmond, 28, Bachelor, Plate Layer, of Irvine,
Son of Matthew Richmond, Weaver, and Jessie Watson,
Helen Wilson, 29, Spinster, of Irvine,
Daughter of David Wilson, Blacksmith (dec) and Elizabeth McEwan.
 
July 27, 1860 at Kilmarnock,
John Todd, 21, Bachelor, Miner, of Hurlford,
Son of John Todd, Wright, and Isabella Kennedy,
Janet Nisbet, 18, Spinster, House Keeper, of Hurlford,
Daughter of Robert Nisbet, Miner, and Janet Downie.

July 27, 1860 at Kilmarnock,
Hugh Patrick, 23, Bachelor, Miner, of Robertson Place,
Son of William Patrick, _intner, and Elizabeth Harvie,
Mary Richmond, 20, Spinster, of Morton Place,
Daughter of David Richmond, Tailor, and Grace Baird.
(This is one of mine. She is the youngest sister of my Great-grandfather)
I could not make out the first letter of the trade for William Patrick.
 
January 4, 1860 at Kilmaurs,
John Campbell, 28, Bachelor, Leather Cutter, of Portland Street, Kilmarnock,
Son of John Campbell, Leather Cutter, and Janet Hutchison.
Jane Miller, 26, Spinster, Farmer's Daughter, of Busterhead, Kilmaurs,
Daughter of John Miller, Farmer (dec) and Jane Orr, formerly Miller, M.S. Robertson.
February 24, 1860 at Kilmaurs,
William Owens, 19, Bachelor, Coal Miner, of Jardulehill, Kilmaurs,
Son of Jacob Owens, Soldier, and Agnes Kennedy Richmond.
Barbara Richmond, 20, Spinster, Hand Sewer, of Keith Place, Kilmaurs,
Daughter of John Richmond, Coal Miner (dec) and Agnes Richmond.

February 24, 1860 at Kilmaurs,
Hugh Laurie, 45, Widower, Wool Washer, of Crookedholm,
Son of David Laurie, Labourer (dec) and Mary McDougall (dec).
Agnes K. Richmond, 36, Widow, Sewer, of Sandlehill,
Daughter of James Richmond, Miner (dec) and Agnes Kennedy (dec)
(There has to be a connection between these last two, but I have not figured it out yet.)
The last note stating about the connection...let me explain

I am the Gr.Gr. grandson of William Owens and his mother is Agnes Kennedy Owens.(see first entry)

Well she married Hugh Laurie on the same day her son William Owens got married. She actually died on July 22nd 1861.

 Hope this answers your query. Please contact me with any questions.Regards Bill McClung (Chicago USA) - Ayrshire Born and Bred...

 

March 9, 1860 at Kilmaurs,
Alexander Cunningham, 19, Bachelor, Bonnet Dresser, of Stewarton,
Son of Alexander Cunningham, Bonnet Dresser, and Margaret Syme,
Mary Thomson, 20, Spinster, Servant, of Stewarton,
Daughter of Hugh Thomson, Weaver, and Mary Logan.

June 15, 1860 at Newmilns,
Hugh Richmond, 30, Widower, Shoemaker (Journeyman) of Doitburn Street,
Son of Hugh Richmond, Shoemaker (Master) and Margaret Boyd.
Ann Alexander, 22, Spinster, Farm Servant, of Main Street,
Daughter of David Alexander, Muslin Weaver, and Agnes McLimont (dec)

June 15, 1860 at Darvel,
Alexander Richmond, 21, Bachelor, Wood Cutter, of Townfoot,
Son of Andrew Richmond, Muslin Weaver, and Mary Young,
Agnes Brown, 20, Spinster, of Townfoot,
Daughter of Mathew Brown, Muslin Weaver, and Jean McMath.
August 10, 1860 at Newmilns,
George Pollock, 24, Bachelor, Muslin Weaver, of Isles Street, lately Main Street,
Son of George Pollock, Muslin Weaver (dec) and Janet Young,
Helen Richmond, 20, Spinster, Muslin Weaver, of Isles Street,
Daughter of James Richmond, Muslin Weaver, and Jean Brown.

August 16, 1860 at Newmilns,
Robert Cowan, 26, Bachelor, Engineer, Steam Vessels, of Birkenhead, England,
Son of William Cowan, Engineer, Steam Vessels, and Margaret Drummond (dec)
Elizabeth Mitchell, 26, Spinster, Dress Maker, of Grey Street,
Daughter of James Mitchell, Joiner and Cabinet Maker (Master) and Agnes McKerrow.

August 17, 1860 at Darvel,
Andrew Richmond, 23, Bachelor, Storeman, of 17 Nelson Street, Tradeston, Glasgow,
Son of Andrew Richmond, Muslin Weaver, and Mary Young.
Helen McNair, 22, Spinster, Muslin Weaver, of Darvel,
Daughter of William McNair, Muslin Weaver, and Helen Russell.

August 17, 1860 at Darvel,
Hugh Stirling, 22, Bachelor, Muslin Weaver, of Cross, Darvel,
Son of John Stirling, Muslin Weaver, and Margaret Paterson (dec)
Euphemia Young, 24, Spinster, Muslin Cutting Factory Darner, of Cross,
Daughter of James Young, Saw-mill Worker, and Mary Morton.

August 31, 1860 at Newmilns,
James Morris, 23, Bachelor, Muslin Weaver, of Main St.
Son of George Morris, Muslin Weaver and Agnes (?) Flockhart,
Elsie Young, 18, Spinster, Muslin Weaver, of Main Street,
Daughter of David Young, Muslin Weaver, and Jean Cleland.
(This entry very hard to read.)

August 31, 1860 at Newmilns,
Matthew Richmond, 20, Bachelor, Muslin Weaver, of Main Street,
Son of William Richmond, Muslin Weaver, and Margaret McLimont,
Janet McKelvie, 21, Spinster, Muslin Weaver, of Main Street,
Daughter of Samuel McKelvie, Wool Spinner, and Mary Montgomery.

 

 

 
 

 

 
 

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