Note: Dist 780 #10, Alexander, a journeyman miller at Ancrum Mill, s/o Thomas, a farm servant, and Christina m.s. Mason. Isabella of Longnewton, ELN, d/o Peter CURRIE and Jane HANDYSIDE. Wit. included a James Fairbairn, assumed to be the same James with him in 1851
Place: Galashiels, Selkirkshire, Scotland
Note: FAIRBAIRN: Alexr 22 milller b Belvel, BEW (?Real ?Eccles?); wife Isabell 18 b Longmorton, ROX; Son Thomas 1 b Longmorton, ROX
Place: Felton Village, Warkworth, Northumberland, England
Note: FAIRBAIRN: Alexander 32 miller; (next page) wife Isabella, 27 both b Scotland. Children: Thomas 10 scholar b Scotland; Jane 6, Alexander 4, both b Scotland; Isabella 2 b Felton, NBL
Place: Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England
Note: Alexander, 41 b Scotland, miller, wife Isabella, 37 b Scotland, dtr Jane 16 b Scotland, son Alexander, cartman, 14 b Scotland, Isabella 12, scholar b Northumberland, Elizabeth, 8, scholar b Northumberland, son George scholar, 5 b Northumberland, dtr Harriet 2 b Northumberland, dtr Barbary 6m b Northumberland, boarder James WALDIE cartman, 24 b Scotland
Note: date assumed from age of eldest known child
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