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David Pyper
(Abt 1765-)
Catherine Smith
(Abt 1765-)
Thomas Blues
(1757-)
Helen Kinnear
(1758-)
David Pyper
(1796-1867)
Catherine Blues
(Cal 1796-1879)
Ann Pyper
(1820-1877)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. James Buick

2. Unknown
3. Patrick Toshney

Ann Pyper

  • Born: 7 Jun 1820, St Cyrus, Kincardine
  • Marriage (1): James Buick about 21 Jun 1845 in St Cyrus, Kincardine
  • Relationship (2): Unknown in Johnshaven, Kincardine
  • Marriage (3): Patrick Toshney
  • Died: 24 Nov 1877, Arbroath, Angus aged 57
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  Info:

Occupation:
1841 - Maid Servant (to John & Elizabeth Skea, Shop Keeper)
1861 - Fish Cadger

Residence:
1820 - St Cyrus, Kincardine
1841 - Johnshaven probably, Benholm, Kincardine
1845 - Milton, St Cyrus, Kincardine
1848 - Milton, St Cyrus, Kincardine
1851 - Burnmouth, St Cyrus, Kincardine
1853 - Morphie, St Cyrus, Kincardine
1857 - Marykirk, Kincardine
1859 - St Cyrus, Kincardine
1860 - Fore Street, Johnshaven, Kincardine
1861 - West End, Johnshaven, Kincardine
1863 - West End, Johnshaven, Kincardine
1871 - 5 Old Almerie Close, Arbroath, Angus
1877 - 45 Gravesend, Arbroath, Angus

  

In 1861, she was a widow with 4 children. Her neighbours were George & Christina Chisholm, apparently childless. She named her illegitimate daughter, born in 1863, after Christina Chisholm, possibly because she had a lot of help from good neighbours. Her future second husband, Patrick Toshney, lived nearby.

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  Relativity:

Proof Link: Son's birth.

Branch: Buick.


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Ann married James Buick, son of David Buick and Helen Mitchell, about 21 Jun 1845 in St Cyrus, Kincardine. (James Buick was born Cal 1822 in Fettercairn, Kincardine and died on 19 Jun 1860 in Johnshaven, Kincardine.)


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Ann had a relationship with someone in Johnshaven, Kincardine.


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Ann next married Patrick Toshney. (Patrick Toshney was born Cal 1825 in Ireland and died on 29 May 1873 in Arbroath, Angus.)