George Strachan Coull

M, #487, b. circa 1888
     George Strachan Coull was born circa 1888. He was the son of Alexander Mackie Coull and Mary Bruce Buchan. George Strachan Coull was a fisherman. He married Georgina Mair Donaldson at The Waverley Hotel, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 28 May 1920.1,2,3 He was the informant for Georgina Mair Coull's death at Cottage Hospital, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 9 May 1958.4,3

Child of George Strachan Coull and Georgina Mair Donaldson


  1. [S2436] George Strachan Coull to Georgina Mair Donaldson, Statutory Register of Marriages in the District of Peterhead in the County of Aberdeen, "1920, on the Twenty eighth day of May at The Waverley Hotel, Peterhead, After Banns According to the Forms of the Plymouth Brethren. George Strachan Coull, Fisherman (Bachelor), 32 years, resident at 43 Hope Street, Peterhead, Father: Alexander Mackie Coull, Fisherman, Mother: Mary Bruce Coull M.S. Buchan. Georgina Donaldson, Fishworker (Spinster), 29 years, resident at 17 Church Street, Portknockie, Father: James Donaldson, Fisherman (deceased), Mother: Ann Donaldson M.S Mair. Peter I. Bruce, Evangelist, Elgin. James Donaldson Witness. Mary Coull Witness. Registered: 1920, May 29th at Peterhead, John Morrice Registrar."
  2. [S781] Edgar Donaldson Mair, Buckie, Moray, Information kindly supplied by Edgar Mair of Buckie, Scotland.
  3. [S772] Robert Mair, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Robert Mair of Durham, England.
  4. [S2427] Georgina Mair Coull née Donaldson, Register of Deaths in the District of Peterhead in the County of Aberdeen, "Georgina Mair Coull, Married to George Strachan Coull, Fisherman, died 1958, May Ninth 9h 0m A.M. at Cottage Hospital, Peterhead, Usual residence:- 43 Hope Street, Peterhead, Female, 67 years, Father: James Donaldson Fisherman (deceased), Mother: Ann Donaldson M.S. Mair (deceased), Cause of death: Paralysis Agitans, As cert. by G.C. Taylor M.B. Ch.B., Informant: G.S. Coull, Widower, 43 Hope Street, Peterhead, Registered: 1958, May 9th at Peterhead, Hugh K. Allan Registrar."