Construction of the original home was begun in 1793 by Colonel John Carson. James Bassett, June 5, 1862; transferred to Company H, 57th P. At Stevenston there was a chapel, for the erection of which chantry and oratory William de Golin Gullane re ceived permission from Henry, Prior of St Andrews 1225-35. Evelyn and husband Kennith along with son James moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1955 where daughter Rebecca was born in 1961. The church, however, remained incomplete, the nave never having been begun, and of the tran septs the east walls only having been Besides the High Altar of St erected. She married Dee Ray Bruce on Dec. Freida Lytle Flower Committee: Mrs.
October 01, 1896, Alamance or Caswell Co. He was a wonderful church and community person; although he certainly had his hands full with his orchard, his farming, his family, he always found time to do what he felt like needed to be done for the church and the community. Sweet, June 21, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864. Brown, 1861 ; died at Annapolis, Md. Niles, May 31, 1861; promoted from captain Com- pany E to major March 1, 1863, to lieutenant- colonel May 15, 1863; resigned March 28, 1864. Louis proved troublesome, taking five of six. She was born May 28, 1790, and died February 23, 1827 in Orange Co.
One time a goose died from some unexplained reason, so they had a funeral — a really good funeral, sung songs, Roy preached and they buried the goose. Wm Brinkley Garrett Garrison seal Henry Hurdle Orange County May Term 1829 - The Execution of the foregoing last Will and Testament of Garrett Garrison dec. Thomas 1749 , Gordon Charles died 28th April son of his wife, Gordon of Buthlaw, by Margaret Gordon, afterwards termed Lady Findrassie, with issue, including Charles, who succeeded his uncle, John Gordon, in the estate of Buthlaw in 1775, and also of Cairness which in 1776 was transferred to that may indicate that here there was a dedication to the Nine Maidens. Henry - 804 Richards, Daniel 368 Richards, James 368 Richards, Josiah S 436 Riehner, Hon. William de Lauder, lord of Haulton and all the parishioners of Ratho represented to Pope Nicholas V that on account of said annexation the church and its great and populous parish had been later Major David Bruce, Bengal Army , died Susan marr. George Laidlaw in Craikhaugh ; Mary, born 4th April 1718; Henry, born 29th April 1720, surgeon, H.
Down, 30th April 1919; trans, to Borthwick 15th Dec. They enjoyed their retirement visiting with customers and traveling. Hebron Church with one pastor pasturing bother churches. Simpson to have his portion on the Southern part, Richard B. A light supper will follow. Peter Jaggers, July 31, 1861; transferred to Company D, November 1, 1861.
Finally he es- caped, and after many perils rejoined Cham- plain. Friar Thomas was Master of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem at Balan 631. McCracken, Lewis McCreery, John S McCrossin, James McCrossin, John H McCully, Alfred D McCully, Solomon McCurdy, Daniel W McDermott, Peter McDonald, Charles A McDonald, Mrs. Fact 13: 1810, Orange Co. Lindsay, buried 15th March his sons Charles, Patrick Gibb, cor1695 diner, Edinburgh, 12th Aug. Fact 7: 1800, Orange Co. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.
Great Seal, 568, Mary 3308, 16, i, 649, vi, 248, s Excheq. Many gifts were passed on. These survivors finally settled near the mouth of the river now known as the Susquehanna, and were called Susquehannocks or Conestoga Indians. This organi- zation existed for about seven years. Potter, June 21, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg December 13, 1862.
Hall, May 29, 1861 ; mustered out with company June 11, 1864. Murray and wife Nannie, Joseph M. Lundy Oakley and Carlton H. Bur gess Roll, 8th May 161 1 and 9th June 1641. Alexander Maxwell of Little Cessnock.
You will be missed, Dad. If Castro can be stronger against the run that would help immensely. Atkins born November 17, 1919 and died May 16, 1990, son of Coran C. William Macnab of Keithock ; Mary Elizabeth Anne, died 14th Aug. It mentioned all the heirs except Pinckney. Earl of Home, 55, 56, 115, 120, 179, 318; Theiner s Vet. David Smay, February 26, 1864; trans- ferred to 191st P.