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Re: Duthie, Montrose (1800's)
Posted by: Jane Fary (ID *****1351) Date: April 22, 2004 at 07:01:54
In Reply to: Duthie, Montrose (1800's) by Alistair Duthie of 354

My second great grandfather was Robert Duthie, born 11 Nov 1842 at Capo,Stracathro parish, Angus to John Duthie and Mary Duncan Duthie. He married Jane Milne on 1 Dec 1865 and then went to Ireland as a land steward. He returned some time after the 1901 census and retired in Montrose. He died 1 Dec 1920 and is buried at Rosehill Cemetery in Montrose. I do not know about David Duthie born about 1830, because I never found a register entry for his birth and he was not with the family in the 1841 census. The
children of John and Mary Duncan that I know about are Margaret (c1828- ),Charles (1832- ),John (1834- ),Jane (1836-1861),Andrew (1838-1870, died at sea off Flamborough Head and was buried at Grimsby),Alexander (184-1863), Robert (1842-1920), and James (1846-1919, a paint merchant in Glasgow).

I think my family sounds very much like yours. I could not find Charles
after the 1851 census, or John after 1865. I do not know for sure where
Robert was in Ireland, but family tradition says it was County Clare.


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