John Mair

M, #1905, b. 19 September 1860
     John Mair was born on 19 September 1860 at Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland.1,2 He was the son of John Mair and Margaret Wood. His family was known by the tee-name of "Johndie".
He was listed as head of household's son in the 1861 census at Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland. Those recorded in the household were: John Mair, head; Margaret Mair, wife; Jean Mair, daughter; John Mair, son.3
John Mair was a fisherman.
He was listed as head of household's son in the 1891 census at 148 Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland. Those recorded in the household were: Margaret Wood, head; John Mair, son; Hellen Mair, grand daughter.4
He married Mary Watt at Seafield Church, Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland, on 18 September 1891.5,2

Children of John Mair and Mary Watt

Citations

  1. [S1351] LDS Church, International Genealogical Index, "John Mair, male. Birth: 19 SEP 1860 Seafield, Banff, Scotland. Father: John Mair. Mother: Margaret Wood."
  2. [S1054] Dr Guy D Sutherland-Barnicoat, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Dr Guy Barnicoat of Commerce Township, Michigan, USA.
  3. [S5215] 1861, Scottish Census, "John Mair, son, male, age 6 months, born in Banffshire, Rathven (Originally: Banffshire - Portknockie), son, resident in Portknockie."
  4. [S8313] 1891, Scottish census, "John Mair, son, unmarried, male, age 30, born in Banffshire, Portknockie, fisherman, working on own account, resident at 148 Portknockie."
  5. [S7279] John Mair to Mary Watt, Marriage entry, "1891, on the Eighteenth day of September at Seafield Church. After Banns, According to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland. John Mair, Fisherman (Bachelor), age 27, usual residence Portknockie, parents John Mair "Johndie" Fisherman (Deceased) and Margaret Mair M.S. Wood. Mary Watt, Fisherman's Daughter (Spinster), age 24, usual residence Gardenstown, parents George Watt Fisherman and Margaret Watt M.S. West. James McIntyre, Minister of Seafield. George Watt Witness. Alexr Mair Jn Witness. Registered 1891 September 21st at Manse of Seafield, James McIntyre Registrar."