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Hannah Landsborough b abt 1806 SCT
Posted by: pat (ID *****3754) Date: April 01, 2007 at 19:23:45
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SR 1855 Balmaghie Death: Barbara Livingstone, 71 yrs (b abt 1784), d/o Robert Landsburgh and Ann Brown, w/o Alexander Livingstone (present). Four children listed: Ann d at 2 yrs 1812, John d 1840 at 27 yrs, Robert 39 yrs, Margaret d 1841 at 25 yrs.
Barbara is listed as "McLandsborough" in IGI as mother to Ann and Margaret.

I don't know that Robert and Ann Landsburgh are mine, but, my g/m was Doris Landsborough Fraser, d/o Samuel Fraser m Emma Warren, s/o Samuel Landsbrough Fraser m Mary Ellen McGinn, s/o John Fraser m Hannah Landsbrough b abt 1806 - both from SCT. I believe Hannah Landsborough Fraser d 1880 Liverpool but haven't ordered the death info yet.

One witness to the 1867 Liverpool marriage of Samuel Landsbrough Fraser and Mary Ellen McGinn was an Amelia Livingstone Stokes b abt 1847 "Cape Horn". The Livingstone caught my eye and I had to wonder if Amelia were some kind of Livingstone cousin.

Free BMD - Marriage Jun 1841 Vol 20 pg 338
John Fraser/Hannah Lansburg

Hannah L Fraser Appears in the 1841/1861/1871 Liverpool census - can't find any of them in 1861. John Fraser disappears after 1841 census.

I'll probably order the suspect Hannah L Fraser death registry shortly, and welcome any ideas in the meantime. I only just figured out Hannah and John Fraser last week.

Pat


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