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Marriages - 1855 and following
revised 22 April 2005 


Strathdon

1855

5   On June 10th at Strathdon marriage (after banns) was solemnised between us according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church of Scotland.
John Edward
   Usual and Present Address: Belnagauld, Strathdon
   Aged 32, Occupation: Farmer, bachelor
   Born and Registered on June 22nd 1822 at Strathdon
   Parents: William Edward farmer (deceased) and Ann Edward maiden name Simpson (deceased)
Catherine Rose
   Present address: Belnagauld, Strathdon.
   Usual Address: Glenlochy Abernethie
   Age: 20 Occupation: domestic servant, spinster
   Born but not registered January 1835 Glenlochy Abernethie
   Parents: John Rose, cattle dealer and Elizabeth Rose maiden name Cumming
Witnesses:  Robt Meiklejohn, Minr of Strathdon, James Kellas, George Thomson
1855 June 11th at Strathdon.  A G Anderson, Registrar

6   On June twenty second at Strathdon marriage (after banns) was solemnised between us according to the Rites and ceremonies of the Established Church of Scotland.
William Farquharson
   Usual and Present Address: Delahaish, Corgarff, Strathdon
   Aged 32, Occupation gamekeeper bachelor
   Born and registered at Corgarff Strathdon 18th October 1822
   Parents: John Farquharson, farmer and Jane Farquharson maiden name McHardy
Ann Grassick
   Usual and Present Address: Easter Chapleton Strathdon
   Aged 19 Occupation ----- spinster
   Born and registered on January 5th 1836 at Strathdon
   Parents: Donald Grassick (deceased) and Helen Grant formerly Grassick maiden name Edward, farmer
Witnesses:  Robt Meiklejohn, Minr of Strathdon, John Farquharson, Isabella Grassick, witness
1855 June 23rd at Strathdon.  A G Anderson, Registrar

7   On June twenty ninth at Parkvilla, Strathdon marriage (after banns) was solomnised between us, according to the Rites and ceremonies of the Established Church of Scotland.
James Gordon
   Usual and Present address: Finnylost Strathdon
   Age: 29 Occupation: Farmer bachelor
   Born and registered on 5th January 1821, Crathie
   Parents: Donald Gordon farmer deceased and Elspet Gordon maiden name Gordon
Ann Grassick

   Usual and Present address: Parkvilla, Strathdon
   Age: 21 Occupation ----- spinster
   Born and registered on 30th December 1833 at Strathdon
   Parents: James Grassick farmer and Jane Grassick maiden name Forbes
Witnesses: Robt Meiklejohn Minr of Strathdon, Alexr Walker, Pat Glennie
1855 July 1st at Strathdon.  A G Anderson, Registrar

8   On November fourteenth at Strathdon marriage (after banns) was solemnised between us according to the Rites and ceremonies of the Established Church of Scotland.
William Forbes
   Usual and Present Address: Auchernach
   Aged: 45 Occupation: Overseer
   Widower, second marriage 6 children living 1 child deceased.
   Born but not registered on March 11th 1810 at Strathdon
   Parents: James Forbes, shepherd and Jane Allanach (deceased)
Margaret (her X mark) Stewart
Signed: Wm Farquharson, witness and Signed James Kellas witness
   Usual and Present Address: Duchery
   Aged 21 Occupation: Domestic servant spinster
   Born but not registered on December 26th 1833 at Glenbucket
   Parents: Robert Stewart, crofter and Helen Stewart maiden name Fraser
Witnesses:  Robt Meiklejohn Minr of Strathdon, William Farquharson, James Kellas
1855 November 14th at Strathdon.  A G Anderson, Registrar

1858
16 April 1858 at Cottown
Alexander Grassick 32y Parkvilla farmer, bachelor
Margt Glennie 28y Cottown spinster
his parents: James Grassick, cattle dealer & Jean Grassick (ms Forbes)
her parents: John Glennie, farmer & Jean Glennie (ms Brennar)
witness: James Gordon

1861
11 July 1861 at Parkvilla
John Begg 34 Parkvilla Merchant, bachelor
Mary Ann Grassick 34 Parkvilla spinster
his parents: John Begg, farmer & Janet Begg (ms Dawson), deceased
her parents: James Grassick, farmer & Jane Grassick (ms Forbes)
witnesses: John Glennie, Ann Edward

1869 (Complete) - records courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly

Film # 0384478
1869 Marriages in the Parish of Strathdon in the County of Aberdeen

#1. On the First day of January at Farmton Glenkindie
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Robert Lamond Dawson, Veterinary Surgeon, Single, Age 24
   usual residence: Culquoich (Parish of Migvie)
   father: John Dawson, Farmer
   mother: Grace Dawson, m.s. Lamond
Christina Cran, Farmer's Daughter, Single, Age 26
   usual residence: Farmton Strathdon
   father: James Cran, Farmer
   mother: Christina Cran, m.s. Cran
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: Alexr. L H Dawson, & James Cran, Witness
1869 January 2nd at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar

#2. On the Nineteenth day of March at Parkvilla
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Robert Dunbar, Carpenter Apprentice, Bachelor, Age 21
   usual residence: Lenach Lodge, Parish of Tarland
   father: Alexander Dunbar, Farmer
   mother: Jane Dunbar, m.s. Stuart (deceased)
Anne Duguid, Spinster, Age 18
   usual residence: Parkvilla, Parich of Strathdon
   father: John Duguid, Blacksmith Master
   mother: Margaret Duguid, ms. Glennie
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: James Grant & Helen Duguid
1869 March 22nd at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar
[in LDS 1881 British Census cds see family at Popine, Boharm, Elgin, Scotland]

#3. On the Sixteenth day of May at Church of Scotland
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
George Moir, Farm Servant, Bachelor, age 45
   usual residence: Buchaam, Parish of Strathdon
   father: Andrew Moir, Farm Servant, deceased
   mother: Mary Moir, m.s. Christie
Elspet [her X mark] Duff, Housekeeper, age 37
John Watt, Witness
John Glennie, Witness
   usual residence: Buchaam, Parish of Strathdon
   father: John Duff, Road Contractor, deceased
   mother: Ann Duff, m.s. Kellas
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: John Glennie & George Thomson
1869 May 18th at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar

#4. On the Twenty-third day of July at Tomanchapel
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Peter Emslie, Blacksmith Master, Bachelor, Age 29
   usual residence: Brindehuie [sp?]
   father: Francis Emslie, Crofter, deceased
   mother: Ann Emslie, m.s. Coutts
Eliza McBean, Housekeeper, Spinster, Age 26
   father: Alexander McBean, Farmer
   mother: Elizabeth McBean, m.s. Stewart
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: Alexr. Kellas & Francis Emslie
1869 July 24th at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar

#5. On the Twentieth day of August at Bellniden Corgarff
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Alexander Michie, Officer Inland Revenue, Single, age 29
   usual residence: Baidorton (sp?), Newark, Staninghamshire, England
   father: Duncan Michie, Ground Officer
   mother: Jane Michie, m.s. Hay
Jessie Dunbar, Farmer's Daughter, Single, age 26
   usual residence: Bellniden, Parish of Strathdon
   father: James Dunbar, Farmer
   mother: Euphemia Dunbar, m.s. Stewart
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: Charles F McHardy, Minister of Corgarff
witnesses: George L Michie & James Dunbar
1869 August 21st at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar

#6. On the Seventh day of November at Church of Scotland
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Chas Grassick, Farm Servant, Single, age 31
   usual residence: Velore Cottage Auchernach Strathdon
   father: William Grassick, Tailor Master
   mother: Ann Grassick, m.s. Moir
Joyan Dewars, Domestic Servant, Spinster, age 23
   usual residence: Blarnamuck Strathdon
   father: Thomas Dewars Farmer
   mother: Isabella McHardy formerly Stewart m.s. Stewart
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: Margaret McIntosh & James Grassick
1869 November 8th at Strathdon, James Wattie Registrar

#7. On the Twenty-sixth day of November at Lost, Strathdon
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
James Simpson, Farm Servant, Bachelor, age 21
   usual residence: Elrick, Cabrach
   father: Alexander Simpson, Farmer
   mother: Jane Simpson, m.s. Taylor
Jane Gordon, Farmer's Daughter, Spinster, age 18
   usual residence: Lost, Strathdon
   father: John Gordon, Farmer
   mother: Elizabeth Gordon, m.s. Middleton
[If regular marriage, Signatures of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: James Gordon & Aleck Simpson
1869 November 27th at Strathdon, James Wattie, Registrar

1874

#5. 1874 on the Thirtieth day of May at Mains of Glencarvie, Strathdon. After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
James Kellas, Farmer (Bachelor) age 49
  usual residence: Mains of Glencarvie, Strathdon
  father: John Kellas, Farmer (deceased)
  mother: Isobel Kellas previously Walker ms Forbes
Jessie Grassick, Domestic Servant (Spinster) age 25
  usual residence: Tomachlaggan
  father: Donald Grassick, Slater (deceased)
  mother: Elizabeth Grassick ms Stewart
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: William Forbes, Gordon Grassick
1874 June 1st at Strathdon. James Wattie, Registrar.

#6. 1874 on the Sixteenth day of June at Wester Chapeltown, Strathdon. After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Alexander Adie, Railway Porter (widower) age 36
  usual residence: Banchory [added: Ternan?]
  father: James Adie, Farmer
  mother: Elspit Adie ms Stewart
Jane Grassick, Domestic Servant (Spinster) age 28
  usual residence: Wester Chapeltown, Strathdon
  father: Harry Grassick, Crofter (deceased)
  mother: Jane Grassick ms Gordon
minister: John Watt, Minister of Strathdon
witnesses: James Kennedy, Murdo MacKenzie
1874 June 13st at Strathdon. [blank] Registrar.

1880

10 Sept 1880
James Grassick 30 Coul of Ledmecoy, Strathdon farmer, bachelor
Margaret Duguid 22 Parkvilla, Strathdon blacksmith's daughter, spinster
his parents: William Grassick, farmer, deceased & Elizabeth Grassick (ms Kellas)
her parents: John Duguid, master blacksmith & Mary Duguid (ms Glennie)
Witnesses: John Watson Michie[?], James Duguid


Aberdeen (parish 168)

1855

Marriages in the District of Old Machar in the Burgh of Aberdeen Registered by John Leask, Registrar, Page 67

133 - On September fourteenth 1855 at Hardgate Aberdeen. Marriage (after Banns) was solemnized between us according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church
(signed) William Grassick, age 38, Mason, Bachelor
  
present/usual resisence: Hardgate Aberdeen/Hardgate Aberdeen
   Born 29 October 1816 in Culsamond
   parents:  Alexander Grassick, Stone Dyker & Mary Grassick maiden name Black
(signed) Christian Caie, age 29, Spinster
   present/usual resisence: Hardgate Aberdeen/Hardgate Aberdeen
   Born 5 October 1826 in Monymusk
   Charles Caie, Labourer (deceased) and Isobella Caie maiden name Walker
minister: D McTaggart D.D. Minister of Greyfriars Parish Aberdeen
Witnesses: Alexr Grassick, George Cormack
1855 September 17th at Aberdeen, Charles Stronach Assistant
Registrar, J.L

1865 - Old Machar

152 - 1865 June twenty-fourth.  20 Upper Denburn Aberdeen.  After Banns, according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Peter Farquharson, Attendant Lunatic Assylum (Bachelor), age 34
  usual residence: Elmhill House, Aberdeen
  father:  Charles Farquharson late crofter
  mother:  Margaret Farquharson ms Forbes
Mary Cameron, Domestic Servant (spinster), age 31
  usual residence:  20 Upper Denburn, Aberdeen
  father:  Peter Cameron, crofter
  Jane Cameron ms Maitland
minister:  John Milne, Minr of Holburn
witnesses:  Wm Cameron, Alexr Edwards
1865 June 27th at Aberdeen.  John Leask Registrar

1874 - District of Woodside

1874 on the Fifth day of November at 207 Barron Street
Woodside Aberdeen
After Banns according to the Forms of the Congregational Church
Harry Kellas Farmer (Bachelor) Age 35
   usual residence: Tillyduke, Parish of Strathdon
   father: Alexander Kellas Shepherd
   mother: Ann Kellas M.S. Findlay (deceased)
Jane Coutts (Spinster) Age 41
   usual residence: Schoolhouse of Tillyduke Parish of Strathdon
   father: James Coutts Farmer (deceased)
   mother: Barbara Coutts M.S. Riach (deceased)
Officiating Minister: James Rae Woodside
Witnesses: John Taylor James Coutts
Registered November 6th at Aberdeen, John ?? Registrar
-- record courtesy of Jeanette Dall

1875 Film #0363299 - Scotland Marriages

#136 - 1875 on the Twelfth day of June at 60 Gordon Street, Aberdeen
After Banns according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland
James Dey, Labourer (curing work) (bachelor), age 22
   usual residence: 6 North Charlotte Street, Aberdeen
   son of James Dey, Crofter
   and May Dey m.s. Shepherd
Penelope Grassick, Domestic Servant (spinster), age 23
   usual residence: 36 Canal Road, Aberdeen
   daughter of James Grassick, Railway Labourer
   and Penelope Grassick m.s. Stewart (deceased)
minister: James Goodall, Minister of Gallowgate Free Church, Aberdeen
witnesses: Robert Dey & Henry Crawford
1875 June 14th at Aberdeen, James Valentine, Registrar
--record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly

#174 - 1875 on the Eighth day of July at No. 7 Wellington Road, Aberdeen
George Grassie, Fireman (Railway), Bachelor, age 24
   usual residence: 12 Dee Village, Aberdeen
   son of George Grassie, Railway Station Master (Newmills)
   and Eliza Grassie m.s. Milne (deceased)
Jane Ann Cook, Spinster, age 22
   usual residence: 7 Wellington Road, Aberdeen
   daughter of [father's name blank], Jane Yeats, m.s. Cook
minister:  H. W. Wright, Minister of H??yhill
witnesses:  James Grassie & Helen Grassie
1875 July 9th at Aberdeen, James Valentine, Registrar

1883

#111 - District of St. Nicholas
1883 on the twentieth day of March at Waverly Hotel [Gauld?] Street Aberdeen. After banns according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church
James Grassick Gordon, Engineer on a Steam Vessel (bachelor), age 26  

   usual residence: Invernettie, Strathdon
   parents: James Gordon, farmer & Ann Gordon ms Grassick
Margaret Davidson Tytler (spinster), age 20
   usual residence: 110 [Kardgate?], Aberdeen
   parents: James Tytler, Mechanical Engineer & Elspet Tytler ms Wilson
minister: David Beall, Minister of Belmont Street Presbyterian Church
witnesses: John Charles Gordon & George Sim
1885 March 21st at Aberdeen. Charles Shonach(?), Registrar

1886

#2 - District of Woodside
1886, on the Twenty-second day of January at 111 Barron Street, Woodside
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
James Moir, Granite Dresser (bachelor), age 22 crossed out, 31 written above
   usual residence: 111 Barron Street, Woodside
   father: James Moir, granite dresser
   mother: Helen Moir, m.s. Morris
Isabella Ann Grassick Dallas (spinster), age 22
   usual residence: 28 Barron Street, Woodside
   father: William Dallas, Railway Clerk (deceased)
   mother: Helen Gordon, previously Dallas, m.s. Grassick
Minister: John Ogilvie, Minister, Woodside
Witnesses: Alexander Moir, George Moir
registered: 1886 January 23rd at Woodside, Alex. M. Hendry, Registrar
-- record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly

1890

#147 - District of St Nicholas
1890, on the twentysixth day of April at 78 Causewayend Aberdeen
after Banns according to the Forms of the Congretional Church
William Fraser, Woolmill Worker (bachelor), age 26
   usual residence: 78 Hadden Street, Woodside
   father: George Fraser, Railway Porter (deceased)
   mother: Margaret Fraser, m.s. Horne (deceased)
Penelope Dallas (spinster), age 23
   usual residence: 14 Gaelis Lane, Woodside
   father: William Dallas, Farm Servant (deceased)
   mother: Helen Gordon, previously Dallas, m.s. Grassick
Minister: George Saunders, Minister of the Congretional Church, Woodside
Witnesses: Henry Watson, Archibald Fraser
registered: 1890 April 29th at Aberdeen, Charles Shonach, Registrar
-- record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly

1896

23 JUN 1896 Marriage in Aberdeen, Bonncesio (?) Hotel on Market Street
John Grassie age 36, Railroad Engine Driver, widower
   father: James Grassie (Railroad Foreman, now deceased)
   mother: Margaret Taylor (now deceased)
Mary Ann Moir age 25
   father: Alexander Moir (Railroad Engine Driver)
   mother: Annie Scott
minister: Kenneth D. McLaren, Minister of Ruth----eston, in the Parish of St. Nicholas.
-- record courtesy of Denise Costello
 


Alford (parish 171)

1864

Film # 0323610 Scotland Marriages - Alford, Page 1
1864, April Ninth, at West Kingsford in the Parish of Alford
after Banns, according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
William Dallas, Farm Servant (single), age 20
   Usual Residence: Braehead in the Parish of Monymusk
   son of George Dallas, Agricultural Labourer (deceased)
   and Helen Mitchell, Domestic Servant (deceased)
Helen Grassick, House Servant (single), age 24
   Usual Residence: West Kingsgord in the Parish of Alford
   daughter of James Grassick, Householder
   and Penelope Grassick, m.s. Allanach
minister: James Gillan, Minister of Alford, Officiating Minister
witnesses: David Anderson & David Millar
1864 April 11th, at Alford, Hugh McConnach, Registrar
--record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly>


Auchindoir & Kearn (parish 172)

1864

#4. Where & When married: 1864, 26 day of March - Banns C. of S.
John Grassick, Farm Servant, Bachelor, aged 27 - Burnside Leochel Cushnie
Jane Watt, Domestic Servant, Spinster, aged 22 - Lumsden
   his parents: John Grassick, Farmer, Deceased & Helen? Grassick (ms Masson)
   her parents: Benjamin Watt, Farmer, Deceased & Mary Watt, (ms Lumsden)
Married By: William Reid, Minister of A. & K.
Witnesses: James Barrie & Alexander Watt
-- record courtesy of George Watt

1873

#1. 1873 on the Fourth day of June at Birkenbrowl Auchindoir
After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
James Watt, Farmer [Bachelor], 30, Newmill Auchindoir
   Father: George Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Jane Watt, M.S. Hunter
Mary Ann Morgan, Farmer's Daughter [Spinster], 21, Birkenbrowl Auchindoir
   Father: William Morgan, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Catherine Morgan, M.S. Skakles [deceased]
Minister: William Reid, Minister of Auchindoir & Kearn
Witnesses: James Watt & Geo B Watt, Witness
1873 June 6th at Auchindoir by Harry L Smith, Registrar

1880

#8. 1880 on the Nineteenth day of June at Upperbigging, Auchindoir
After Banns According to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Robert Watt, Farm Servant [Widower], 48, Parish of Auchindoir
   Father: George Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Helen Stewart, Widow of John McHardy, Sheep Farmer
Isa Watt, Domestic Servant [Spinster], 54, Parish of Kildrummy
   Father: Peter Watt, Carpenter Journeyman [deceased]
   Mother: Rachel Watt, M.S. Glennie
Minister: Andw Christie, Minister of Kildrummy
Witnesses: Mary Jane Wyllie & James Watt
1880 June 21st at Auchindoir by Harry L Smith, Registrar

1883

#6. 1883 on the Fifteenth day of November at Edinbanchery Auchindoir.  After Banns According to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
William Watt, Farmer [Bachelor], 24, Park of Brux, Auchindoir
   Father: John Watt, Farmer
   Mother: Margaret Watt, M.S. Leys
Isabella S Martin [Spinster], 28, Edinbanchery, Auchindoir
   Father: William Martin, Farmer
   Mother: Isabella Sandison Martin, M.S. Park
Minister: Alexr Anderson, Min of Auchindoir
Witnesses: William Walker & Wm Martin Jnr
1883 November 17th at Auchindoir by Harry L Smith, Registrar


Cluny (parish 181)

#4. 1855 On July 14th at Tillyfro Cottage
According to the rites of the Established Church of Scotland
Thomas Wyllie, 45, Merchant, Ranalloch [current], Backguan [usual], Second Marriage
   Birthplace: Kinneff & registered there
   Father: James Wyllie, Crofter
   Mother: Ann Wyllie, Maiden Name Robert
Ann Watt, 27, Baker, Tillyfro
   Birthplace: Kildrummy & registered there
   Father: Peter Watt, Wright
   Mother: Rachel Watt, Maiden Name Glennie
Minister: Alexander Ramage, Minister of Cluny
Witnesses: William Wyllie & John Watt
1855 July 17th at Schoolhouse Cluny By Robt Milne, Registrar
 


Drumoak (parish 189)

#2.  1887, on the Eighth day of June at Redford Cottage, Drumoak, Aberdeenshire
after Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Robert Mitchell, Ship-joiner (bachelor), age 26
   usual residence: Tilbouries Cottage, Maryculter
   father: Robert Mitchell, Coachman
   mother: Margaret Mitchell, m.s. Cushnie (deceased)
Isabella Grassick, Domestic Servant (spinster), age 29
   usual residence: Stobhall, Maryculter
   father: James Grassick, farmer
   mother: Penelope Grassick m.s. Alnnach (deceased)
Minister: George Duncan, Minister of the Parish of Maryculter
Witnesses: George Craig, John Seales
1887, June Eleventh, at Drumoak, William Pickford, Asst Registrar
--record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly


Glenbucket (parish 200)

1855

1  On Thirty first March 1855 at Dulox Glenbucket Marriage (after Banns) was solemnized between us according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church of Scotland
(signed) William Beattie, age 20, Farmer, Bachelor
  residence present: Netherton, Glenbucket, County of Aberdeen
  residence usual: Netherton, Glenbucket, Co. Aberdeen
  birthplace: Netherton, Glenbucket Registered at Glenbucket Jany 18th 1835 Aberdeenshire
  parents:  James Beattie, farmer and Elspet Beattie maiden name Findlay
(Signed) Elspet Middleton, age 21, Domestic Servant, Spinster
  residence present: Dulox, Glenbucket, County of Aberdeen
  residence usual: Shank, Aberlour, Co: Banff
  birthplace: Glenrinnes, Aberlour, Banff [no date given]
  parents:  Francis Middleton, farmer dec: and Ann Middleton maiden name Grant
Witnesses:  W Gordon, Asst. Minister of Glenbuck & S:; James Crawford, Farmer; John Middleton Witness
1855 April 1st at Glenbucket, William Reid, Registrar

1856

On the twenty-seventh of November 1856 at Belnacraig, Glenbucket Aberdeenshire, Marriage after Banns was solemnized between us according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland
William Beattie 38 Upperton, Glenbucket, Aberdeenshire, (Bachelor), farmer
Jean Forbes 19 Belnacraig, Glenbucket, Aberdeenshire, (Spinster)
his parents: William Beattie, farmer, deceased & Isobel Beattie (ms Gordon), deceased
her parents: Gordon Forbes, farmer & Ann Forbes (ms Reid)
Minister: W. Gordon of Glenbucket

Witnesses: William Wilson, James Beattie.

1858

#2   On the fourth day December 1858 at Upperton Glenbucket.  Marriage (after Banns) was solmezied between us according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Alexr Beattie, 34, Upperton, Glenbucket, Aberdeenshire.  Farmer's brother; bachelor
   father:  William Beattie, farmer (deceased)
   mother:  Isobel Beattie ms Gordon (deceased)
Georgina Grant, 24, Rothes, Morayshire.  Domestic servant; spinster
   father:  Thomas Grant, farmer (deceased)
   mother:  Jean Grant ms Grant
minister:  W Gordon, Minister of Glenbucket
witnesses:  William Forbes & John Grant
The above Marriage was Registered by me at Glenbucket, on the 6th day of December 1858.  William Reid, Registrar

#3. On the fifth day of December 1858 at Church of Glenbucket,
Marriage [after Banns] was solemnized between us according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Peter Watt, 26, Milton of Cairncoullie, Leochel-Cushnie Aberdeenshire, Farm Servant, Bachelor
   Father: Gordon Watt, Agricultural Labourer
   Mother: Isabel Ellis
Elizabeth Taggart, 27, Badenyon, Glenbucket Aberdeenshire, Domestic Servant, Spinster
   Father: David Taggart, Mason Journeyman
   Mother: Hariot Taggart, Maiden name Michie
Minister: W Gordon, Minr of Glenbucket
Witnesses: James Hosie & John Michie, Witness
The above Marriage was Registered by me at Glenbucket, on the Seventh day of December, 1858.  William Reid, Registrar

1884

#3   1884 on the fifth day of July at Nethertown, Glenbucket.  After Publication according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland
John Ross, shoemaker (bachelor), age 25
   usual residence: Burnend House, Glenbucket
   parents:  William Ross, Shoemaker & Jane Ross ms Rannie
Elsie Beattie, domestic servant (spinster), age 22
   usual residence: Nethertown, Glenbucket
   parents:  William Beattie, farmer & Elspet Beattie ms Middleton
Minister:  James Smith, Free Church Pastor, Glenbucket
Witnesses:  James Ross & Mary D. Chree
1884 July 7th at Glenbucket.  Alexr Callam, Registrar


Kildrummy  (parish 208)

1861

#4. 1861 July Twentieth at Templecroft Kildrummy
After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Robert Watt, Farm Servant [Bachelor], 29, Newmill of Auchindoir
   Father: George Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Helen Stewart
Jane Cumming, Domestic Servant [Spinster], 25, Templecroft
   Father: John Cumming, Agricultural Labourer [deceased]
   Mother: Jane Cumming, M.S. Glennie
Minister: John Christier, Minister of the Parish of Kildrummy
Witnesses: John Livingston & Peter Reid
1861 July 22nd at Kildrummy by Wm Christie, Registrar

1889

#1. 1889 on the Fifteenth day of February at Lochans
After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
Geo B Watt, Farmer [Bachelor], 58, Honeybarrel, Kildrummy
   Father: William Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Jessie Watt, M.S. Bruce [deceased]
Isabella Senter [Spinster], 43, Lochans, Kildrummy
   Father: Joseph Senter, Crofter [deceased]
   Mother: Elspet Senter, M.S. Smith [deceased]
Minister: Andw Christie, Minister of Kildrummy
Witnesses: Jeanie [?] [Senter crossed out] Center & John Shanks
1889 February 18th at Kildrummy by Dougall Christie, Registrar
-- record courtesy of George Buermeyer


Leochel-Cushnie (parish 214)

1857

#3. On the thirtieth day of May 1857 at Upperminmore,
Marriage [after Banns] was solemnized between us,
according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
John Watt, 59, Drumalachie, Towie, Farmer, Bachelor
   Father: Peter Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Isobel Watt, maiden name Gordon [deceased]
Margaret Leys, 19, Upperminmore, Domestic Servant, Spinster
   Father: David Leys, Farmer
   Mother: Christian Leys, maiden name Stewart
Minister: A Taylor, Minister of Leochel-Cushnie
Witnesses: Alex Ellis, Farmer & Peter Williams, Farmer
The above Marriage was Registered by me at Schoolhouse of Cushnie, on the 30th day of May, 1857.  Andw Malcolm, Registrar
 


Midmar (parish 222)

Film # 0348994, Scotland Marriages
#7 - 1867 on the Thirteenth day of August, at Cottage Inn, Midmar
after Banns according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland
James Strachan, Road Overseer (widower), age 41
   Usual Residence: Tillyburlach (sp?) Midmar
   son of John Strachan, Farmer (deceased)
   and Jessie Strachan, m.s. Smith (deceased)
Ann Grassick, Innkeeper's daughter (spinster), a 31
   Usual Residence: Cottage Inn, Midmar
   daughter of James Grassick, Farmer and Innkeeper
   and Penelope Grassick, m.s. Allanach
Minister: [first name unreadable] Mitchell, Free Church Minister at Cluny
Witnesses: Samuel Fraser & Francis Craigmile
--record courtesy of Debbie O'Reilly


Towie (parish 245)

1894

GRO Ref Towie 245.2.1501
1894, on the Seventh day of May at Boat of Drumallochie, Towie
After Banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland
John Craib, Farmer, Bachelor, 48, Newton of Brux, Parish of Kildrummy
   Father: Alexander Craib, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Catherine Craib, M.S. Sector
Jane Grassick, Widow, 50, Boat of Drumalochie, Parish of Towie
   Father: Benjamin Watt, Farmer [deceased]
   Mother: Mary Watt, M.S. Lumsden [deceased]
Minister: Alexr Jack, Minister of Towie
Witnesses: Alexander Grassick & James Forbes
1894, May 12th at Towie by James Bisset, Registrar

1895

GRO Ref Towie 245.1.1501
1895 on the first day of June at Torrycruin, Towie
After Banns according to the Established Church of Scotland
Charles Garioch, Blacksmith [Master], [Bachelor], 35,
   Smithy of Kinbattoch, Towie
   Father: John Garioch, Farmer
   Mother: Jane Gillanders, Domestic Servant, afterwards Skene [deceased]
Margaret Grassick Craib [Spinster], 27,
   Torrycruin, parish of Towie
   Father: John Craib, Farm Servant
   Mother: Ann Grassick, Housekeeper
Minister: Alexr Jack, Minister of Towie
Witnesses: Alexander Craib & William Skene
1895 June 3rd at Towie by James Bisset, Registrar
-- record courtesy of George Buermeyer
 


Udny - parish 249

Film # 0384478. Scotland Marriages: Udny - Page 3
1869, on the Thirtieth day of November at Pitmedden (sp?) Village
after Banns according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland
James Gordon, Watchmaker (bachelor), age 33
   Usual Residence: Pitmedden Village, Udny
   son of James Gordon, Watchmaker (deceased)
   and Jane Gordon m.s. Glennie
Helen Grassick, Housekeeper (widow), age 27
   Usual Residence: Pitmidden Village, Udny
   daughter of James Grassick, Innkeeper
   and Penelope Grassick m.s. Stewart
[If regular marriage, Signature of Officiating Minister and Witnesses]
Minister: Geo. Archibald, Minister of Free Church of Udny
Witnesses: Charles Wm. Irvine & James Ferguson
1869 December 1st at Udny, Wm. Hunter, Registrar

revised 22 April 2005 

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