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WILLIAM GORDON/ISABELLA INNES

WILLIAM GORDON/ISABELLA INNES

Posted: 22 Dec 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jan 2005 5:56PM GMT
Surnames: GORDON, INNES
Searching for my great-great-grandparents WILLIAM GORDON and his wife ISABELLA INNES GORDON. The LDS has them marrying in the Parish Church in Speymouth on 14 Dec 1839. Their daughter ISABELLA GORDON, born 18 Mar 1845 (or 1847) married WILLIAM CAMPBELL on 23 Sep 1881 and emigrated to Boston in 1887.

Innes/Gordon/Mackenzie

Posted: 24 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Jan 2002 4:48AM GMT
Surnames: Gordon, Mackenzie, Urquart, Innes
I am intriqued by your query. My great great grandfather, John Alexander Urquart Gordon Mackenzie joined the civil war on the Union side in Washington, D.C. and later NY under the name of John Innes (an alias). He said that his mother's name was Gordon. Fly. History related that he was from the Inverness area (I believe around Invergordon). I have a list of his brothers and sisters (one of the sisters was named Isabella). His brother fought for the south in the civil war.

Gordon/Innes

Gordon Bassett (View posts)
Posted: 17 Apr 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gordon, Innes
I strongly suspect that my gggrandmother, Margaret Gordon who married Alexander Proctor of Speymouth, was the child of Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes and christened in Boharm Parish 21 Feb 1791. Could there be a connection between your Gordon-Innes' and mine? - something that might verify my ancestry?

Posted: 18 Apr 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jan 2005 5:56PM GMT
Surnames: GORDON, INNES
To Gordon Bassett. It appears we may have a match with Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes. The LDS has record of them having five children:
Isabel chr. 6 May 1775
Ann chr. 20 Jan 1780
Alexander chr. 22 Jan 1782
Robert chr. 13 Mar 1785
Margaret chr. 21 Feb 1791
Robert was my ggg-grandfather, and a researcher has advised me that his baptism is recorded in the Boharm O.P.R. on 13 March 1785 as: "Robert, Lawful son to Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes was baptised." I have since been able to trace his marriage to Jane Simpson in 1807, and to their son, William Gordon, who married Isabella Innes in 1839.
Unfortunately, as yet I have no further information on his sister, Margaret, or on their parents, Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes. That will have to wait until I visit there this summer.

Gordon

Terry Whalley (View posts)
Posted: 15 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gordon from Gaich parish
Researching a James Gordon,father
of Elizabeth Gordon who married James Merklin Cruickshanks.
Their names are recorded LDS www.familysearch.com
She had a brother named Peter.
Thank you.
Posted: 24 Jan 2002 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Edited: 28 Feb 2002 11:12PM GMT
Could you be so kind as to tell me how you have substantiated that Elizabeth had a brother Peter ? I have a
family bible belonging to Peter Gordon who married my great,
great great grandmother, Mary Drillio from that union a daughter, Sarah was born. Sarah Jean Gordon married John
Cruickshank, son of James Merklin Cruickshank.
Any further info you may have on Peter, would be much appreciated. I have documented Peter Gordon, widower, farmer in Musquodoboit, applied for marriage bond to Mary
Drillio 26th of June 1824 in Halifax, N.S. Your discovery would imply John Cruickshank married his cousin, ( this is
not totally uncommon for that time ).
Regards,
Carol DeVier

Re: GORDON/INNES

Posted: 31 Aug 2004 6:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gordon Proctor Lockie
I have
1 Alexander Proctor married Margaret Gordon

2 Margaret Proctor Born: 14/11/1820 Boharm, Moray,

2 James Proctor Born: 30/04/1822 Boharm, Moray,married (I think) +Mary Ross married: 21/10/1838 Banff
3 James Proctor Born: 29/05/1844 Keith, Banff,
3 John Proctor Born: 09/10/1838 Keith, Banff,
3 Margaret Proctor Born: 29/01/1846 Keith, Banff,

2 Janet Proctor Born: 08/06/1824 Boharm, Moray,

2 Isabella Proctor Born: 22/07/1826 Mortlach, Banff, married George Lockie Born: Abt. 1813 Married: 11/01/1853 Kelso, Roxburgh,
3 Isabella Lothian Lockie Chr 20/11/1853 Kelso married 01/01/1886 Elgin James Asher Born: Bet. 1849 - 1850
4 Isabella Proctor Asher Born: 13/12/1886 7 Collie St Elgin married George Hunter Born: 20/09/1889 West Norton Place Abbeyhill Married: 24/06/1914 Dalkeith
3 William Lockie Born: 31/08/1855 6 Forestfield Kelso, Roxburgh,
3 Alexander Lockie Born: 23/04/1858 7 Forestfield Kelso Roxburgh, +Anna Kyle Davidson Born: 31/10/1860 Kelso
4 George Lothian Lockie Born: 1897
4 Janet Lockie Born: 1890
4 Thomas Davidson Lockie
3 George Lockie Born: 21/07/1862 Kelso, Roxburgh,

2 Alexander Proctor Born: 21/11/1828 Mortlach, Banff,

2 John Proctor Born: 02/12/1830 Mortlach, Banff,

2 Jane Proctor Born: 08/03/1833 Mortlach, Banff,

2 Mary Proctor Born: 27/06/1835 Mortlach, Banff,

2 Elizabeth Proctor Born: 21/05/1838 Mortlach, Banff,

See my website http://www.ouismes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Proctor.htm

I do not know how/why Isabella Proctor arrived in Kelso Borders where she married George Lockie in 1853 - in 1851 census she was working as a servant at Goschen Bank Kelso. Her grandaughter married my husband's grandfather in 1914

Heather

Re: GORDON/INNES

Posted: 20 Sep 2004 2:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jan 2005 5:56PM GMT
To Heather Hunter - Many thanks for your response to my Gordon/Innes note on the Ancestry Board. I am a descendant of Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes (they were my 4th great grandparents), through their son Robert and wife, Jane Simpson, their son William and wife, Isabella Innes, and their daughter Isabella Gordon who married William Campbell (my great grandparents). After arriving in the US, William and Isabella moved first to Sangerville, Maine and then to Dexter, Maine where William worked in the woolen mills there. Before emigrating William had worked in the woolen mill in Innerleithen and then in Elgin. Isabella was four years older than William; she died in 1909 and he in 1930. They are buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Dexter.

I have been to Elgin twice in my researching but have not been able to find anything further on Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes. It is a shame about the fire at Grant Lodge. Should you have any information on Robert and Margaret, I would be most appreciative if you have a chance to send it.

Many thanks,

Gordon Campbell Lawrence


Descendants of Robert Gordon and Margaret Innes of Boharm

1 Robert Gordon
+Margaret Innes

2 Isabel Gordon b: May 06, 1775 Boharm, Moray

2 Ann Gordon b: January 20, 1780 Boharm, Moray

2 Alexander Gordon b: January 22, 1782 Boharm, Moray

2 Margaret Gordon b: February 21, 1791 Boharm, Moray

2 Robert Gordon b: March 13, 1785 Boharm, Moray, Scotland
+Jane Simpson m: August 17, 1807 Rothes, Moray, Scotland

3 John Gordon b: December 01, 1807 Rothes, Moray, Scotland

3 Alexander Gordon b: December 30, 1809 Rothes, Moray, Scotland

3 Unknown Gordon b: October 18, 1812 Rothes, Moray, Scotland

3 Ann Gordon b: June 01, 1818 Rothes, Moray, Scotland

3 William Gordon b: December 31, 1819 Rothes, Moray, Scotland d: April 06, 1847
+Isabella Innes b: Abt. 1819 Speymouth, Moray, Scotland m: December 14, 1839 Speymouth, Moray, Scotland d: November 02, 1897 Elgin, Moray, Scotland

4 Margaret Gordon b: January 25, 1840 Speymouth, Moray, Scotland
+John McKay m: August 08, 1864 St. Andrews-Lhanbryd, Moray, Scotland

5 Isabella McKay b: July 12, 1866

5 William Gordon McKay b: March 09, 1869

5 John McKay b: March 11, 1871

5 Alexander Sime McKay b: January 09, 1873

4 Robert Gordon b: March 20, 1841

4 John Gordon b: February 13, 1843

4 Isabella Gordon b: March 18, 1845 Speymouth, Moray, Scotland d: August 18, 1909 Dexter, Maine
+William Campbell b: September 03, 1849 Innerleithen, Peebles, Scotland m: September 23, 1881 Elgin, Scotland d: September 04, 1930 Dexter, Maine

4 Jane Gordon b: May 19, 1847


Re: GORDON/INNES

Posted: 24 Sep 2004 6:47AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for your reply - I have no more information. Interesting the move from Innerleithen to Elgin because of the occupation in the woollen mill. I now have a reason why people moved between these 2 areas at that time - even though many would not have travelled far - could never understand why my Isabella Proctor ended up as a servant in Kelso from Banff

Heather

Re: GORDON/INNES

Posted: 28 Sep 2004 4:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gordon
Thanks for your reply - I do not have any more on Gordon. Maybe another visit to GRO Edinburgh would be positive - I live just outside Edinburgh

Heather
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