I have now confirmed by viewing microfilm of the parish records that my 4x great grandparents Joseph Hall and Eleanor Thompson had 7 sons and 3 daughters. A full list of their children with baptism dates can be found on my Hall page.
(This is my catch-up post for Tuesday 3rd April when I missed my postaday)
Much of today’s effort has been devoted to trying to tie down my connection to the Doleman family. My grandfather Jonathan Doleman Webb had several Doleman “cousins” in Amble in Northumberland, but I have been unable to work out exactly where the relationship lies. I cannot find any appropriate Webb-Doleman marriages to tie the connection to his paternal line or Davis-Doleman marriages to tie it to his maternal line. I have now traced the Amble Doleman line back to Bilston in Staffordshire in the hope that this may shed some light.
Our Arberdeenshire collaboration has added two new surnames to my tree: Arthur and Pirie / Pirrie. These are not in my pedigree line, but nevertheless interesting as in-laws of my 3rd great granduncle James Murray born about 1823 in Tyrie, Aberdeenshire.
A question from another researcher about my great grandmother Turner born Sarah Ann Carr resulted in the discovery of a new 4th cousin once removed in Peterhead, and this has lead to a wealth of new information about my Murray line in Aberdeenshire. This new found cousin has helped me to add the following names to my pedigree: Anderson, Dow, Ironside, Gardner/Gairdner, Stonehouse/Stenhouse and another line of Taits.