(29 August 1769 - between 1815 and 1841)
|Father||James Sinton1 (say 1730 - cir. Jun 1802)|
|Mother||Janet Oliver (say 1740 - cir. Dec 1805)|
|Relationship||5th great-uncle of Lorna Henderson|
BMDB dataJohn Sinton was born on 29 Aug 1769 Strange Burnfoot, Par. of Abbotrule, ROX, SCT, date/place from OPR.2,1 He was baptized on 12 Sep 1769 in the Par. of Abbotrule, ROX, SCT; entry reads: Septr 12 James Sinton in Strange Burnfoot had a son born on the 29th Aug and baptised on this day John.3,1
John Sinton married Margaret Kay on 12 May 1797 Eckford, ROX, SCT.4
John Sinton died bet. 1815 - 1841 ?Grahamslaw, Par. of Eckford, ROX, SCT.5,6
|Margaret Kay (cir. 1771 - bet. 1851 - 1864)|
|Last Edited||22 Aug 2014|
- Ken Swanston, "EM FAIRBAIRN/SINTON ex Ken S," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Birth 29 Aug/Bap. 12 Sep 1769 John s/ James SINTON, Strange Burnfoot, Par. of Southdean and Abbotrule, ROX, copy rcvd via Scott F, Jul 2008.
- GRO, SCT, BDM searches at GRO SCT.
- BDM: Southdean & Abbotrule: Parish #806.
- SINTON - my download, International Genealogical Index (IGI).
- 1851 census, Borders, ROX, Maxton, Melrose, Jedburgh, Southdean, Cleethaugh, Southdean, ROX, Par. 806 ED 4 Pg 7 Sched 24, hsehold of Samuel and Margaret HETTLEY, extracted Feb 2004.
- FreeCensus, UK online at http://www.freecen.org.uk/, 1841 Par. of Morebattle, ROX SCT1841/801 ED 4 Folio 4 Page 4, hsehold of Margaret SINTON, extracted May 2005.
- "Lorna's Family History Musings", Dec 2008.
- WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, Oct-11.
- GRO, SCT, BDM searches at GRO SCT: Dth cert 1864 Mary WEMYS nee SINTON, transc. Stuart H, rcvd May 2005.
- Scottish BMDB entries (from 1855), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Dth 1864 Mary WEYMSS nee SINTON, reg. Roxburgh Dist 803 Pg 8 #23, copy d/loaded Feb 2006.
- Scottish BMDB entries (from 1855), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Dth 19 May 1898 Margaret w/o Samuel HEATLEY; d/o John SINTON & Margaret KAY, Sandyknowe, Reg. Smailholm, ROX, 805/00 #3, copy d/loaded Aug 2014.
E. & O. E. Some/most parish records are rather hard to read and names, places hard to interpret, particularly if you are unfamiliar with an area.