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Re: David Kinloch - Garvock, Kincardine, Scotland
Posted by: David Burnett (ID *****7264) Date: June 14, 2006 at 08:16:39
In Reply to: David Kinloch - Garvock, Kincardine, Scotland by Anthony Stralow of 174

My interest in David Kinloch lies in a different direction.

My gggg grandmother named Burnett (first name unknown)went to work as a servant girl for David Kinloch. (This is according to family oral history).

While employed the Burnett girl became pregnant. She gave birth to a son John in 1794.
No marriage took place. A brief entry in church records show a John Burnett born In Fettercairn district of Kincardine. Witness present was a James Burnett. No parents were named.
As Garvoch lies midway between Fettercairn and Auchenblae it would make it a likely location.

As your records show Mrs. Kinloch (Crab) was busy having her own children.

Who can tell what might have happened ?

As you can tell I am attempting to see if David Kinloch is my true ancestor.

I am currently doing a 37 marker DNA paternal test to see who may match up. Possibly a Kinloch.



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