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by Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society,Sheila M. Spiers
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  • Author:
    Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society,Sheila M. Spiers
  • ISBN:
    094765996X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0947659967
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  • Publisher:
    Aberdeen & N.E.Scotland Family History Society (April 1989)
  • Pages:
    79 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genealogy
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    1144 kb
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    1239 kb
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    1304 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    273
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Publisher: Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society, 1999. 2. Kirkyard of Aboyne. Published by Aberdeen & . Scotland Family History Society (1999). ISBN 10: 1900173263 ISBN 13: 9781900173261.

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Publisher: Aberdeen & North-east Scotland Family History Society, 1989.

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Places Aberdeen Community le organisation Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society Posts. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. 1 November at 07:56 ·. From our friends at NHS Grampian Archives. In the hilly country to the north-west of Alford there were originally four separate parishes: Auchindoir, Forbes, Kearn, and Tullynessle.

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Buried: Farquharson enclosure, Birse kirkyard, Aberdeenshire, Scotland The Kirkyard of Birse, compiled by Sheila M. Booklet published by Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society (2001).

Buried: Farquharson enclosure, Birse kirkyard, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Christian was the daughter of Robert Spring. Her mother was probably Margaret Marns (known to be the mother of her next older sister Mary). George (b. 1760, Banchory-Ternan). Isobell (b. 1762, Banchory-Ternan; married Robert Sherrat; lived in Birse and Lumphanan). Mary (b. 1764, Udny; not known to have married). The Kirkyard of Birse, compiled by Sheila M. Spring and Sherratt Family Connection to Farquharson of Finzean.

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Here is a page from their publication for The Kirkyard of Aboyne compiled by Sheila M.

This area covers the old counties of Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, Kincardineshire and Morayshire. Here is a page from their publication for The Kirkyard of Aboyne compiled by Sheila M. You can see my 2nd great grandparents, Charles Milne and Margaret Ritchie listed here. When we went to Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland I was able to visit Aboyne Kirkyard.


Wohald
Not too helpful for our family tree
Flamekiller
Great book. Provided me with information on my family. Easy to follow as all last names were in Capitals.
Vutaur
Love these MI booklets and consider them to be one of the most helpful of all the resources out there. I usually buy them in booklet form so was a bit disappointed to find it doesn't have an index as the booklets do. Supposedly because it's easier to "search" for names on an ebook reader. That's true, mostly, though the spelling of some of the less common surnames can be quite creative. Think an index should have been included. Even so still think it rates 5 stars.