1 edition of 1851 census, Ashkirk Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland found in the catalog.
1851 census, Ashkirk Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland
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Roxburghshire Parish and Probate Reco records including baptisms/christenings, burials, marriages, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, tax lists and wills Roxburgh; Lieutenancy Book, County of Roxburgh, Lieutenancy Book Images - Border county strays found in Australia - names extracted from the marriage index () of Victoria. GENUKI's pages for Roxburghshire; Census Transcriptions - indexed transcriptions published for parishes of Ashkirk, Castleton, Cavers, Hobkirk, Kirktown, Minto, Southdean, Teviothead & Wilton.
Roxburghshire Main Page. Historic County of Scotland. This is the Umbrella project for Roxburghshire. Go to People Connected to Roxburghshire. Related Projects Roxburghshire - Famous People Historic Buildings of Roxburghshire Roxburghshire Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards People Connected to Roxburghshire. Still to come. Census of Scotland Researcher's name: Date: Parish of: Quoad Sacra parish of: Town of: Royal burgh of: Parliamentary burgh of: Village of: Microfilm no.: Page no. Enumeration date: 31 March No. of schedule Road, street, &c., and no. or name of house Houses Name and surname of each person Relation to head of family Condition Age of.
Probably all of this name are of one family, which sprang from Roxburghshire, in Scotland. The surname is a place-name derived from Ormstown. Orm, son of Hugh of Abernethy, gave his name to Ormiston, in East Lothian, and Orm, son of Acolf of Ashkirk, to Ormiston in Selkirkshire, but no family derives its name from these places. He was born circa /8 at Ashkirk (birthplace from various census returns), and died on 15 Aug at Wark, Northumberland – just across the Border in England, which means his death certificate does not name his parents. In the census John and Elizabeth and their children were still living in Ashkirk parish, at North Sinton.
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Background [edit | edit source]. Roxburghshire is an inland county in the south of Scotland, bounded on the north by Berwickshire, on the east by Berwickshire and the English county of Northumberland, on the south by Dumfriesshire and the English counties of Cumberland and Northumberland, and on the west by Dumfriesshire, Selkirk, and Edinburghshire or Mid-Lothian.
Source: Key to the Parochial Registers of Scotland, by V. Ben Bloxham, pub. British Book K23b. 1851 census Church—Kirk Session Records [edit | edit source] The Kirk session was the court of the parish.
The session was made up of the minister and the land owners and business men of the parish, Roxburghshire to serve on the session. Ashkirk is a small village on the Ale Water, in the Scottish Borders area of is located just off the A7 road, approximately 6 miles (10 kilometres) each way between Selkirk to the 1851 census and Hawick to the south.
Other places nearby include the Alemoor Loch, Appletreehall, Belses, Essenside Loch, the Ettrick Water, Ettrickbridge, Philiphaugh, Salenside and WollCountry: Roxburghshire.
ASHKIRK, a parish, partly in the county of SELKIRK, but chiefly in the district of HAWICK, county of ROXBURGH, 6 miles (S.) from Selkirk; containing inhabitants. The name of this place is said to have been derived from 1851 census great number of ash-trees with which Roxburghshire neighbourhood abounded, and of which a considerable number is still remaining.
Context. From toparishes formed part of the local government system of Scotland: having parochial boards from toand parish councils from until The parishes, which had their origins in the ecclesiastical parishes of the Church of Scotland, often overlapped county boundaries, largely because they reflected earlier territorial divisions.
Page 5 - Research Roxburghshire in the Scotland forums onthe new GenForum. Rickerby in the Census of Hawick. Larry Ruickbie 2/05/ Re: Rickerby in the Census of Hawick LAIDLAW / LAIDLOW from Parish Of Lempit, Sprouston, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
Chris Tanner 6/18/ Since parish numbers weren’t assigned until and this census was taken inthe numbers were applied to the census retroactively for reference purposes. Two other reference numbering systems were used previous to the Parish Number system, but the Parish Number system is the reference system more commonly used by researchers.
Selkirk Parish is situated in the County of the same name being bounded on the north by the Parishes of Caddonfoot and Galashiels, on the east by the Parishes of Bowden and Lilliesleaf and on the south-east by the Parish of Ashkirk all in Roxburghshire, on the south-west by the parish of Kirkhope and on the west by the Parish of k is now linked with the ecclesiastical.
Roxburghshire OS Name Books, ; This volume contains information on place names found in the parish of Ancrum. Roxburghshire volume This volume contains information on place names found in the parish of Ashkirk. Roxburghshire volume Transcription. Elliot Families of Roxburghshire Scotland - Scotland Census Search.
The Scotland Census database contains information on over 4, Blair living in Scotland in The database can be searched by name, estimated year of birth, place of birth county of residence inand/or parish of residence in The FreeCen Project has transcriptions of the whole of Roxburghshire online for the and censuses and 87% of the census.
The Hawick Parish Registers for the Church of Scotland provide records of baptisms ( and neglected births for ), marriages ( and ) and burials (). Roberton Parish Burial Ground: List of Surnames top of page. Censuses. UK FreeCEN Project - Roxburghshire & Census Project status page Roxburghshire Census Census of Hawick Combination Poorhouse, Jedburgh Union Poorhouse.
Military. Labourer; Ashkirk, Roxburghshire, Scotland: Sinton Mill, Ashkirk, Roxburghshire, Scotland: Death: btw Apr and Apr (age ) Lilliesleaf, Roxburghshire, Scotland: On census and notburied in Lilliesleaf churchyard with Janet Brown and MAry and Kenneth, two of their children.
Burial: btw Apr and Apr The FreeCen Project has transcriptions of the whole of Roxburghshire online for the and censuses and 87% of the census.
The Makerstoun Parish Registers for the Church of Scotland provide records of baptisms (), marriages (.
Records-> Roxburghshire. Ashkirk records. Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. and are publishing them here.
They are significant as they pre-date the earliest nominal census, which took place in I am relatively inexperienced in using FamilySearch to find Scotland Census records but I suspect the and records below may belong to my 4th great grandfather Robert Clacher. My subscription enables me to see that in the Census, he was a Slater, a living at Princes Street, Row, Dunbartonshire with his wife Mary (35; nee Campbell), and their.
For general information on Scottish census returns see the Census section on the main Scotland GENUKI page. The Roxburghshire FreeCEN Project is developing a free-to-view online database of theand census returns.
Graham and Emma Maxwell are transcribing and indexing theand Roxburghshire census returns. Their. Kelso Parish: Census Index Books: Kirkton Parish: Census Index Books: Linton Parish: Census Index Books: Makerstoun Parish: Census Index Books: Maxton Parish: Census Index Books: Melrose Parish: Census Index Books: Minto Parish: Census Index Books: St.
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The parish church (Church of Scotland) has registers dating from Old Parish Registers (before ) are held in the National Records of Scotland in Edinburgh, and copies on microfilm may be consulted in local libraries and in LDS Family History Centres around the world.
Later parish registers (after ) are often held in the National Records of Scotland as are any .census numbering sequence _____ _____ ScotlandsPeople Centre ST CUTHBERTS. The table below shows the old references and the corresponding references on the microfilm copy of the census.
Please quote the new reference and the film number when ordering the microfilm, using the yellow requisition slip. census street index - St Cuthberts.The records of the Kirk Session contain a variety of documents which detail many aspects of the daily lives of all types of people throughout Scotland from the 16th century onwards.
We are pleased to be able to offer a search service in some of the records available for this parish.