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From: Steve Broekmann <>
Subject: Re: [ABERDEEN] Stephen family
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 17:22:20 +0200
Thanks, Janet. Unfortunately my STEPHEN names are mostly 19th century.
On 29/03/2012 05:01 PM, Janet wrote:
> As you say, it depends on whether what I have is what you need, and Barbara too, and
> though I note that Barbara is interested in the possibility of the STEPHEN folk in
> Aberdeen, if either or both of you have researched all the families in Kincardineshire,
> what I have may not be of use to you. As someone else has already said, the name is
> variable. The records I have were collated following on foot searches in Old Parish
> I have three trees which I typed in Excel format, using the cells to construct a "tree"
> each having several branches.
> 1) Commencing with David STEPHEN, born about 1610 who married Elspeth BRADDY.
> Those names with whom they married are, WHITEHEAD, ANDERSON, SIM, FOULERTON, FALCONER,
> NAPIER, BUCHAN, TAYLOR, STRACHAN, MURRAY, DUFFUS, DOUGLAS, to name a few,
> 2) Commencing with William STEPHEN who married Mary ANDREW in 1727.
> Those names with whom they married are, KEMLO, ROBERTSON, KERR, MORRICE, HENDERSON, SMART,
> LINDSAY, DUNCAN, WATT, WATSON, EMSLEY, GLENNIE, WILL to name a few, and
> 3) Commencing with, Andrew STEPHEN who married Helen DOUGLAS in 1754.
> Those names with whom they married are, GRAY, SPENCE, MUFFERT, CHRISTIE, FREEMAN, MURRAY,
> CATANACH, BRODIE, GRIGGIE, MOLLISON, WALLACE, SCOTT, TURNBULL, YOUNG.
> The third tree brings the date to the early 20th century.
> I am sorry, if none of these are of interest, but I couldnt let your posts pass without
> offering what I have.
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