Isabella Mair

F, #6754, b. circa 1878
     Isabella Mair was born circa 1878. She was the daughter of George Mair and Georgina Edwards. Her family was known by the tee-name of "King".
She was listed as head of household's daughter in the 1891 census at East Street, Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland. Those recorded in the household were: George Mair "King", head; Georgina Mair "King", wife; Margaret Wood "King", mother; Isabella Mair, daughter; George Mair, son; Jean Mair, daughter; John Mair, son; Jessie Ann Mair, daughter; William P Mair, son; Jane McLeod, relative.1
She married John Wood at St. Andrew's Hall, Banff, Banffshire, Scotland, on 11 December 1902.2,3 As of 11 December 1902, her married name was Isabella Wood.

Citations

  1. [S5581] 1891, Scottish Census, "Isabella Mair, daughter, female, age 12, born in Lossiemouth, scholar, resident at East Street, Portknockie."
  2. [S5579] John Wood to Isabella Mair "King", Marriage entry, "1902 on the Eleventh day of December at St. Andrew's Hall, Banff. After banns according to the Forms of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. John Wood, Fisherman, Bachelor, age 23, usual residence 13 St. Catherine Street, Banff, parents James Cormack, Fisherman, Reputed Father, and Jessie Bruce, formerly Paterson M.S. Wood. Isabella Mair "King", Fisherman's Daughter, Spinster, age 24, usual residence 98 Portknockie, parents George Mair, Fisherman, and Georgina Mair M.S. Edward. Allen Holt, Wesleyan Minister. George Mair "King" Witness. Jessie Bruce Witness. Registered 1902 December 12th at Banff, Will S. Leask Registrar."
  3. [S772] Robert Mair, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Robert Mair of Durham, England.