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Hay/McLagan/Leask - Banff

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Hay/McLagan/Leask - Banff

Posted: 6 Nov 2004 9:23AM GMT
Edited: 7 Jan 2005 8:07PM GMT
(157) Erected by Hay McLagan, shipmaster in Banff, in memory of his parents John McLagan, who died at Edenburgh 23rd September, 1825, aged 38 years, and Christian Hay, his spouse, who died at Banff 21st February, 1843, aged 46 years, also his grandmother Jean Hay, who died 9th January, 1853, aged 83 years. The above Hay McLagan was lost during the voyage in the Paul of Portsoy, from Dantzic to Hartlepool, between the 1st and 13th of January, 1881, aged 61 years. Also interred here the children of Robert Leask and Catherine McLagan, his wife, -Jane Ann, born 10th June, 1852, died 20th June, 1852, Robert Gerrard, born 11th August, 1853, died 17th May, 1855

I was unable to locate these folks in the IGI, except for a Wm Sutherland Leask b 1868, s/o Robert Leask and Catherine McLagan...and Catherine McLagan herself, b 1822 MLN.
I'm kinda curious about the Hay connection, but thought someone may be able to use this info from G Troups online listing for the Cemetery of Banff.

http://www.geocities.com/kubee21/banff/Banff2.html#153

Pat

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