(Abt 1635-1699)
DEINES, Elspet


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  • Born: Mar 8, 1663
  • Christened: Mar 8, 1663
  • Marriage: DAVIDSON, Joan on Jun 9, 1688 in Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Died: Wagley, Newhills Aberdeen
  • Buried: Mar 14, 1710, Parish Old Macher - Prob no headstone?

bullet  Events:

1. Poll Tax Paid: General poll for "himself, wife and trade", 1696, Wagley, Newhills Aberdeen. Record in 1696 The People of Dyce, Fintray & Newhills 1696 -

"Geoge Anderson weaver ther, his proportion of the valued rent is 3 shillings, and the general poll for himself, WIFE, and trade"

Abode given: Wagley, Newlands Park, Weaver, Aberdeen in Parish of Old Macher

2. Proofs: No Proof of being Father, 1697, Wagley, Newhills Aberdeen. No actual record has been found that connects George Anderson buried March 14, 1710, was the father of George Anderson husband to Margaret Taylor which couple were the parents of -
Margaret 1717
George 1719
James 1722
William 1724
Patrick (aka Peter) 1726

BUT Geoge Anderson buried 1910 lived in the same estate - Wagley, Parish of Newhills, Aberdeen and paid a pole tax there1696. There were only 212 people in the Parish of Newhills in 1696 and Wagley was only a small estate - maybe only one or two houses on an estate. His recordd burial date March 14, 1710 in the same location ties in with being the likely father of George Anderson husband to Margaret Taylor.

Entered by Edward Ralph Anderon while on a visit to Aberdeen Family History Society offices in Aberdeen with Ralph Blyth Anderson September, 14, 2009.

3. 0ccupation: Weaver, 1710, Wagley, Newhills Aberdeen. Occupation at death 1710:Wagley, Newlands Park, Weaver, Aberdeen in Parish of Old Macher


George married Joan DAVIDSON on Jun 9, 1688 in Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland. (Joan DAVIDSON was buried on May 8, 1729 in Belhelvie, Aberdeenshire (Abode Easter Craigie) Probable.)

bullet  Marriage:

1. Marriage: Handwritten Parish Record Seen, Jun 9, 1688, Old Machar, Aberdeen, Scotland. Handwritten Record seen in marriage between George Anderson and Joan Davidson given also as George Andersone and Jean Davidsone. It is clear that is the same marriage but an e is added to both names and Jean (a more scottish name) could be a possible interpretation (according to two experts at the Family Research Society when then they deciphered the writing)
Edward Ralph Anderson thinks the writing clearly says "Joan" rather than Jean. Furthermore there is another printed record showing Joan as well as Jean at the same place and time.
Entered September 15, 2009


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