(say 1730 - after 1760)
|Relationship||5th great-grandfather of Lorna Henderson|
BMDB dataGeorge MacAdie was estimated to have been born say 1730 ?Watten, CAI, SCT, IF 1733, might be son of George McADIE and Jean SMITH of Banks of Scouthel?1,2
George MacAdie married Margaret Cottar, daughter of Robert Cottar and Katherin Calder, on 30 Dec 1756 Watten, Par. of Watten, CAI, SCT, entry reads: [8th?] Dec 1756 George McAdie in Scarmclait, and Margaret Cottar in Flex were contracted in order to marriage and after ordinary proclamations and no objections offered their marriage was solemnized Dec 30 1756.3
George MacAdie died aft. 1760 ?Scarmclate, Par. of Bower, CAI, SCT.4
Census/Where lived/OccupationsIn Dec 1756 George MacAdie was living Scarmclate, Par. of Bower, CAI, SCT.5
George MacAdie and Margaret Cottar were still living Scarmclate, Par. of Bower, CAI, in Jan 1758 and in Apr 1760 when their next known child was baptized.6
NamesHis surname was recorded as McAdie.5
External linksClick here to see George's page on WikiTree, a (free) collaborative on-line tree.7
George MacAdie belongs to a DNA tested line. There may be more information available on DNASurnames under the DNA project for his/her surname/line.
|Margaret Cottar (Jun 1725 - aft. 1760)|
|Charts||Descendants of my direct McADIE line|
My pedigree chart
Ancestors & siblings of Les Henderson
Paternal ancestors of Lorna
My Caithness ancestors
|Last Edited||15 Jun 2016|
- Letter, Carole MELLOR to Lorna Henderson, Feb 1994.
- "Lorna's Family History Musings", Jan 2009.
- Birth baptism marriage: Watten, CAI Dist 43/2, Marr. Dec 1756 George McADIE and Margaret COTTAR, rechecked Nov 2003.
- Birth baptism marriage: Watten, CAI Dist 43/2, Bap. 12 Apr 1760 Robert s/o George McADIE & Margaret COTTAR, in Scarmclet, extracted Nov 2003.
- Birth baptism marriage: Watten, CAI Dist 43/2, Mar 1756 George McADIE and Margaret COTTAR, rechecked Nov 2003.
- Birth baptism marriage: Watten, CAI Dist 43/2, Bap 1758 Donald McADIE, extracted Nov 2003.
- WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, Jun 2013.
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.