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caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

Posted: 21 Apr 2006 7:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: caldwell logan
Does anyone have any information on my family originating from ayrshire ?
thanks.

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

jill gibson allen (View posts)
Posted: 21 Apr 2006 7:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Caldwell Guthrie
Hi

I strongly suspect that Margaret CALDWELL (nee GUTHRIE) 1788-1817 was sister to my gt gt gt grandfather David GUTHRIE, farmer, b Monkton 1780. But unfortunately, Margaret's death reg does not give her mother's name! She married Robert CALDWELL (1775-1847) Nov 1817 Coylton. Children (there may be more) David 1811-1855, Margaret b 1818, Robert 1821, James 1824, Anne 1827, Wm 1830.
Do you have their grave inscription? If not I can send it to you - it has more info..

Regards, Jill

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

Lorraine Weaver (View posts)
Posted: 23 Apr 2006 1:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,

On the 1841 cnsus found at http://freecen.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl

There is A Robert Caldwell age 60 farmer at Knockshogle Coylton. Wife Margaret plus family & servants.

Regards Lorraine

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 7:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Margaret (Guthrie) Caldwell 1788-1817 sister to David Guthrie 1780, Father and Mothers names are David Guthrie and Agnes Morrison. They are my gt gt gt grandparents on my fathers side. I do not have b-dates or their parents names. This is where I am stuck. Hopefully I will find more. Contact me if you like.

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

Posted: 25 Jan 2013 2:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Knockshogle Farm Coylton

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's

Posted: 19 Mar 2015 2:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
I am an descendant and spent my early life at Knockshoogle. Happy to help on any questions. John Caldwell Wilson.

Re: caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton

Posted: 9 Sep 2016 12:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Calwall (Caldwell), Thom
John, I am trying to clarify whether an Allan Calwall (Caldwell) might have been the recorded witness to the baptism of Agnes daughter of Charles Thom and Agnes Wallace in Coylton 21st August 1757 and to the baptism of John son of Archibald Thom and Margaret Dounie in Coylton 24th December 1755. The originals on Scotlandspeople are not easy to decipher. A David Calwall also seems to be a witness to other Thom children of John Thom and Mary Reid in nearby Pettock in 1757 and 1759. Do these names mean anything to you? Can you also clarify the location of the farm for me John?
Regards,
Derek Thom
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