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Fairbairn Certs.
Posted by: Ena Knox (ID *****7585) Date: October 06, 2004 at 08:46:13
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I have info re 2 marriages and 1 birth for Fairbairns in Northumberland, England.
18th June 1853 in the Presbyterian Meeting House, Crookham in the Disrict of Glendale, Northumberland
William Fairbairn, 28, bachelor, shepherd of Mardon
father: George Fairbairn, shepherd
married
Isabella Black, 24, spinster of Fleehope
father Adam Black, shepherd
witnesses: Aleaxander Fairbairn & Christina Fairbairn

24th December 1885 at the United Presbyterian church, Warkworth in the district of Alnwick, Northumberland
Thomas Matheson Fairbairn, 34, bachelor, cattle salesman of Houndean, Warkworth
father: Robert Fairbairn (deceased) cattle salesman
married
Laura McLain, 25, spinster of Hermitage, Warkworth
father: John McLain, farmer
witnesses: John Wilson & M. M. Fairbairn

Birth cert. 17th June 1856 Registration District Alnwick Sub-district of Warkworth,Northumberland
born at Shortridge, Low Buston John Matheson,
father: Robert Fairbairn, shepherd
mother: Sarah Fairbairn formerly Mathison
informant: Robert Fairbairn, father, of Shortridge, Low Buston.
Hope this helps someone.


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