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From: "Suzanne Walker" <>
Subject: Re: [ABERDEEN] William Mitchell of Aboyne,Scotland (also various census transcriptions)
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 12:57:00 -0700
References: <mailman.16151.1205375029.24074.aberdeen@rootsweb.com>

Hello, Eva. The FreeCen site is much more reliable than Ancestry in its
transcriptions. It lists your "Battnagrova" as the much more plausible

The site can be found here: http://www.freecen.org.uk/cgi/search.pl
And a list of what is currently transcribed here:

Piece: SCT1841/170 Place: Aboyne & Glentanner -Aberdeenshire Enumeration
District: 1
Civil Parish: Aboyne & Glentanner Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or
Island: -
Folio: 1 Page: 1
Address: Balnagowan

Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
MIDDLETON George M 35 Farmer Aberdeenshire
MIDDLETON Isabella F 25 Aberdeenshire
MIDDLETON Jane F 8 Aberdeenshire
MIDDLETON Ann F 6 Aberdeenshire
WHYTE Jane F 20 Aberdeenshire Sis-in-law/farmers daughter
MITCHELL William M 19 Ag Lab Aberdeenshire
IRVINE Francis M 16 Ag Lab Aberdeenshire
CAMERON John M 10 Ag Lab Aberdeenshire
KEMP Ann F 20 Female Servant Aberdeenshire

>> I have located 1841 census records which show William (hopefully mine),
>> aged 19, working as an agricultural labourer in the Civil Parish of
>> Aboyne and Glentannar at Abomine Battnagrova. I cannot locate this place
>> on any maps or find any information on such a place. Would anyone know
>> if
>> this was a town, village, farm?

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