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John & Janet SCOTT

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Marriage 10/08/1821 SCOTT JOHN - JANET PATON/ 418/ 20 61 Creich

George b. 6 Aug 1821 c. 13 Aug 1822 Creich, Fife, Scotland
John SCOTT & Janet PATON
Batch C114184

Looking for the family in 1841.

George SCOTT & Mary Ann BOYLE
14 Aug 1841 Cupar, Fife, Scotland

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No me neither. They had a child with the name of Cecilia in 1823 At least it is an unusual name and close to their marriage date so could be one of the parents. Not sure they had a John or Isabella though.
 

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Thanks Barbara.

Daughter of George born 1821.

Baptisms in the Manning River District in the County of Gloucester 1851
Cecilia - George Scott & Mary Ann Boyle Abode: Gloucester Quality or Profession: Shipwright When Born: Decr. 29th 1850 When Baptised: April 28th By whom the Ceremony was performed: James P. Carter [James Punnadine ? Carter Minister Presbyterian Church]
 

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On the Boyle side is Alexander and Isabella.

principal: George Scott
age: 20
native place: Crail Craich, Fifeshire
father: John Scott
mother: Janet Scott
spouse: Mary Anne Scott
native place of spouse: Edinburgh, Edinburgh
spouse's father: Alexander Boyle
spouse's mother: Isabella Boyle
ship: 'Anne Milne'
date of arrival: 17 Jan 1842
volume: 59
 

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Perhaps they were not using the naming patterns. George 1821 then Cecilia in 1823 then James 1825, Margaret Peat 1829 (might be a clue?), Walter 1831 and Wm 1833.
 

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