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Sue Dietz
 

Wonder? Is Redpath related to Redfern/Redfearn?

Sue fulk dietz

 

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From: Marjorie Ward via Groups.Io
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2020 5:09 AM
To: Scots@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [ScotGen] GARDNER; REDPATH; ANDERSON; WRIGHT; JOHNSTONE; OLIVER; KER(R); GALATIONS

 

These are my husband John`s ancestors.

Mother`s family
GARDNER Thomas married Elizabeth ALLEN in Manchester in 1839.  He may be the
one baptised at Port Glasgow in 1815 with parents David GARDNER & Helen
WALLACE.  He definitely isn`t the one born in Ballatrae as he was still in
that village when our man was in Manchester.

John is descended from Thomas & Elizabeth`s granddaughter Helen.

Father`s family
REDPATH Andrew born Nenthorn 1840 – died Leith 1897.  Married Beatrice Tait
ANDERSON in Hawick in 1871. Son of John Redpath & Jane (Jean) WRIGHT.
Grandson of George Redpath & Janet OLIVER plus Samuel Wright & Isabella KER

ANDERSON Beatrice Tait born 1850 in Hawick – died N Leith 1894. Dau of
Robert Anderson & Helen Jane Bell JOHNSTONE. Granddaughter of James
Johnston(e) & Mary GALATIONS.

John is descended from Andrew & Beatrice`s dau Isabella.

Marjorie Ward, Derbyshire, UK
Sources for Disley; Lyme Handley; Taxal & Whaley www.disley.net
Sources for NWDby incl Chapel; Charlesworth; Chinley; Fernilee; Glossop;
Hayfield; Hope Valley; Mellor & New Mills www.nwdbysources.uk


 


Marjorie Ward
 

Hello Sue

The REDPATH surname comes from the small village of Redpath. 

Best wishes

Marjorie


On 20 Jan 2020, at 20:24, Sue Dietz <mandsdietz@...> wrote:

Wonder? Is Redpath related to Redfern/Redfearn?

Sue fulk dietz

 

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