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94. Andrew5 HEPBURN (child of Robert, #188);[408],[409] born between 1782 and 1789 at Scotland;[410] he may have been christened 6 Apr 1785 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland; where father was Robert Hepburn, mother Katherine Dun;[411],[412] married Jane Miln (see #95), daughter of William Miln and Margaret Wallace, circa 1806;[413],[414] died 15 Oct 1850 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), at age 65;[415] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect OSE, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), "In / memory of / Andrew HEPBURN / a native of Fifeshire / Scotland / who died / Oct. 15 1850 / AE 68 y'rs / Friends or physicians could not save / this mortal body from the grave / nor can the grave confine it here / when Christ shall bid it to appear."[416]

He and Jane Miln appeared on the census of 1841 at Newburgh Moor (Muir), Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland; where Andrew Hepburn (52) was a farmer, born Scotland, and Jean Hepburn (49), Andrew Hepburn (26), Catherine Hepburn (17), Agnes Hepburn (14), Thomas Hepburn (12), Elisabeth Hepburn (10), James Hepburn (8), Michael Broom [Hepburn] (7), and Helen Hepburn (7) were present, and born in Fife, Scotland.[417],[418] The family left for America 18 Jul 1843 from Dundee, Scotland.[419] He and Jane Miln emigrated on 22 Sep 1843 to New York, New York, United States of America; arrived from Dundee, Scotland, aboard the "Blackness", with Andrew, Thomas, Mary, Jean, Barbara, Catherine, Agnes, Eliza, James, David, and Mitchell.[420],[421] On 11 Jul 1844, Andrew Hepburn and Jane Miln lived at Lot 3, Con. 6, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), which Andrew purchased on that date, and willed to his sons Andrew Jr. and James in 1850. They called this place "Yarmouth Plains."[422] He left a will before 1850 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); petitioned 22 Feb 1851 by Robert Hepburn, Executor, to direct Dan Harvey or Hanvey, Executor, and nine other Executors. Will confirms children: Andrew Hepburn, who owned the South Half of Lot 3, Concession 6, Yarmouth; James Hepburn, who owned the North Half of Lot 3, Concession 6, Yarmouth; Thomas Hepburn; Robert Hepburn; Margaret, wife of Andrew Barry, living in the United States; William Hepburn; Mary Hepburn, somewhere in the United States; Jane Hepburn; Barbara Hepburn; Catherine Hepburn; Agnes Hepburn; Michel Hepburn, whose proper name was Michel Brown, and should live with Andrew Hepburn's son, Andrew; and that his wife was Jane Hepburn.[423]

Children of Andrew5 Hepburn and Jane Miln (see #95) were as follows:

  • i. Robert4 Hepburn;[424],[424] born 1807 at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[425] christened 16 Mar 1807 at Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[426] married Catharine Williamson 1 Mar 1834 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[427],[428] married Susan Thayer 4 Jun 1844 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[429] died 12 May 1873 at Ontario, Canada, at age 66;[430] buried at Union Cemetery, (5889 Stone Church Road), Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, "Our Father / Robert HEPBURN / born in Co. of Perth, Scotland / Mar. 16, 1807 / died May 12, 1873."[431]

    He emigrated in 1843 to Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[432] He Robert and Susan had 11 children: Lovina Hepburn (1845), Andrew Hepburn (1848), William M. Hepburn (1850), John Henry Hepburn (1851), Louis Hepburn (1853), Robert Wallace Hepburn (1855), James Malcolm Hepburn (1857), Emma Annis Hepburn (1859), John Williams Hepburn (1861), Ada Hepburn (1863), and Susan Hepburn (1865).[433] He leased the Kettle Creek toll road in 1857 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[434] He and Susan Thayer appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 4, Cons. 2 and 3, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Robert (53) was a Scottish born yeoman, with his wife Susannah (39), Helen (15), Andrew (12), Robert W. (9), Eliza (7), Malcolm (5), Amy A. (2), and Deborah Thayer (56) present, living in a frame house. On 230 acres, Robert produced wheat, barley, rye, peas, oats, indian corn, potatoes, turnips, carrots, and hay.[435],[436]

  • ii. Margaret Hepburn;[437],[437] christened 12 Jan 1810 at Scone, Co. Perth, Scotland;[438] married Valentine Barron 12 Oct 1841 at Erie Co., Pennsylvania, United States of America;[439],[440] died 10 Aug 1881 at McKean Twp, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, United States of America, at age 71.[441]

    She and Michael Broom were associated circa 1833; and had a son together named Mitchell.[442] Margaret and Valentine had seven children in Erie Co., Pennsylvania: Jane Barron, born January 16, 1842; Anthony V. Barron, born March 16, 1843; Peter Jacob Barron, born October 23, 1844; Thomas Barron, born October 16, 1847; Theresa Barron, born March 16, 1850; Margaret S. Barron, born May 10, 1852; and William Barron, born February 02, 1853.[443]

  • iii. Andrew Hepburn;[444],[444] born Mar 1813 at Co. Fife, Scotland;[445],[446] married Catherine Duncan 7 Jul 1858 at Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Andrew's parents were Andrew [Hepburn], and Jane Millen;[447],[448] died "aged 51 yrs 6 mo" 11 Sep 1871 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 58;[449] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect OSE, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, White sandstone in ground, rounded top: "In / memory of / Andw HEPBURN / died / Sep. 11 1871 / AE 59 yrs. & 7 illegible."[450]

    In 1851, Andrew Hepburn lived at Lot 3, Con. 6 (South half), Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[451] In 1858, Andrew Hepburn lived at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[452] "They had no children... Catherine had a son from a previous marriage."[453] He and Catherine Duncan appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 3, Con. 6, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Andrew (42) was a farmer, his wife Catherine (30), mother Jane (65), James (11), and labourer James Duncan (22), were present, all born Scotland, and living in a single-story log house. Andrew produced wheat, barley, peas, oats, buck wheat, corn, potatoes, turnips, and hay on 180 acres.[454],[455] He and Catherine Duncan appeared on the census of 1871 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Andrew (60) was born farmer, and Catherine (45) was present, both born in Scotland.[456]

  • iv. William Hepburn;[457],[457] born 7 Apr 1815 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[458] christened 25 May 1815 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[459] married Ann Dick 4 Nov 1836 at Errol, Co. Perth, Scotland;[460],[461] died 18 Apr 1890 at Ontario, Canada, at age 75;[462] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect E, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, "aged 76 years/A native of Perthshire/ Scotland /I know that my redeemer liveth."[416]

    He and Ann Dick emigrated in 1849 to Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); with their children Andrew Hepburn (b. 1837), Isabel Hepburn (b. 1839), James Hepburn (b. 1841), William Hepburn (b. 1846).[463] William and Ann had three more children in Canada: John Hepburn (b. 1849), Robert Hepburn (b. 1854), and Thomas Hepburn (b. 1857).[464] He and Ann Dick appeared on the census of 1861 at Lots 1&2, Con 3, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); Where William (47) was a yeoman, and Anne (47), Andrew (22), Jane (19), James (17), William (14), all born in Scotland, plus John (11), Robert (7), Thomas (4), who were born in Upper Canada, were present, living in a frame house. On 100 acres, William produced wheat, barley, peas, oats, indian corn, potatoes, turnips, and hay.[465],[466] In 1948, "According to Miss Agnes Hepburn, Ann Dick was Mrs William Hepburn, who was also the grandmother of Agnes and Ross Hepburn, Alex Hepburn, and Mrs Elizabeth Taylor, who still reside at or near Port Stanley. She and the members of her family arrived at Port Stanley in 1849, to become some of the pioneers of the area. It is understood that the Hepburn family plans to mark the centenary of the arrival fittingly sometime next year."[467]

  • v. Thomas Milne Hepburn;[457],[457] christened 3 Jun 1817 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[459] died may have before 1828 at Co. Fife, Scotland.[468]

  • vi. Mary Hepburn;[469],[469] born 15 Mar 1819 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] christened 5 Apr 1819 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland.[470]

    "...married a Cassidy and lived in the the U.S."[453] She was living in 1851 at United States of America.[471]

  • vii. Jane Hepburn;[469],[469] born 16 Jul 1821 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 5 Aug 1821 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] married Andrew Dalziel 31 Dec 1869 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Andrew (40) was a yeoman, son of John and Agnes, and Jane (47) was spinster, daughter of Adrew and Jane, both of Yarmouth Twp., witnessed by John Grant and Eliza Parish.[473]

    She and Andrew Dalziel appeared on the census of 1880 at McKean Twp., Erie Co., Pennsylvania, United States of America; where Andrew Dalzelle [sic] (53) was a Scottish born farmer, with Jane Dalzelle [sic] (57), Catharine Rice (14), their adopted daughter, and Frank Tidman (20) a farm labourer.[474]

  • viii. Barbara Hepburn;[469],[469] born 21 May 1823 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 13 Jun 1823 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] married William Russell 21 May 1852 at Middlesex Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Barbara and William, both of Yarmouth Twp., were married by license, witnessed by Andrew Hepburn and Sarah Russell;[475] died of influenza, aged 72 26 Nov 1893 at St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, at age 70;[476] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect OSE, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, "Barbara HEPBURN / wife of Wm. RUSSELL."[477]

    She and William Russell appeared on the census of 1871 at Southwold Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where William Russell (45) was a farmer, and Barbara Russell (40), both born Scotland, with Robert Russell (15), and Jane Russell (12), both born in United States, with Barbara Russell (10), Andrew Russell (8), Charlotte Russell (7), and Ellen Russell (5) born in Ontario.[478]

  • 47. ix. Catherine Hepburn.

  • x. Agnes Hepburn;[469],[469] born 10 Oct 1826 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 28 Dec 1826 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] married Thomas F Grant 10 Nov 1845;[479] died "aged 95 yrs, 1 mos, 12 d" 27 Oct 1921 at 81 Scott St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 95;[480] buried 29 Oct 1921 at St. Thomas Cemetery, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, (plot unknown).[481]

    She and Thomas F Grant appeared on the census of 1851 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas F. Grant (27) was a wagon maker born Canada West, Agnes (26) born Scotland, Jean (6), John (4), Charles (3), Hannah (65) born in U.S. were present, living in a 1-story, frame house.[482] She and Thomas F Grant appeared on the census of 1861 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas F. Grant (35), Agnes (35), Jane (15), John (13), Andrew (5), and Charles (5) were present, in a 1-story log and frame house.[483] She appeared on the census of 1911 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Agnes (85) lived with her daughter Jane Davidson (67), James Davidson (70) and others.[484]

  • xi. Thomas Hepburn;[469],[469] born 15 Dec 1828 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 25 Jan 1829 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland.[470]

  • xii. Elizabeth Hepburn;[469],[469] born 29 Jun 1830 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 8 Aug 1830 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] married Sym Tod 31 Dec 1852;[479] died aged 69 11 Oct 1898 at Gravel Rd, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 68;[485] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect OSE, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, "In / memory of / Elizabeth / HEPBURN / wife of / Sym TOD / died Oct. 11, 1898 / aged 68 yrs / a native of Perthshire / Scotland."[486]

    She and Sym Tod appeared on the census of 1861 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Semion Todd (34) was a farmer, with Elizabeth Todd (28), both born Scotland, and Jane Todd (5) born Canada, were present.[487] She and Sym Tod appeared on the census of 1881 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Sym Tod (67) farmer, Elizaberth (51), Jeannie S. Tod (25), William Tod (20), James Tod (15), and Eliza Tod (12) were present.[488]

  • xiii. James Hepburn;[469],[469] born 28 Sep 1832 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[472] christened 14 Nov 1832 at Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland;[470] married Catherine Ferguson 14 Apr 1858 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where James (25) son of Andrew [Hepburn] and Jane Millen, Catherine (20) daughter of Daniel [Ferguson] and Elizabeth Jardine;[489] married Jane McDiarmid 23 Apr 1862 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where James (29) was son of Andrew and Jane, and Jane (19) daughter of John and Christina;[489] died 1 May 1893 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 60.[490]

    In 1851, James Hepburn lived at Lot 3, Con. 6 (North half), Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[491] He and Mitchell Broom Hepburn appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 19, Con. 6, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where James Hepburn () was a widowed farmer, with Mitchell Hepburn (25), in a 1-story frame house. On 100 acres, James produced wheat, barley, peas, oats, indian corn, potatoes, and hay.[492],[493] He and Jane McDiarmid appeared on the census of 1871 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where James Hepburn (38) was Scottish born farmer, Jane Hepburn (28), Catherine Hepburn (8), Martha Hepburn (5), Maryette Hepburn (3), all born Ontario, with hired staff Pricilla Miles (18), Cornelius Gloin (24), and William Mann (22) present.[494]

95. Jane5 MILN (child of William, #190);[495],[496] born circa 1789 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[497],[498],[499] christened 9 Aug 1789 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland; where her name was Jean Mill, and father was William Mill;[500] married Andrew Hepburn (see #94), son of Robert Hepburn and Katherine Dun, circa 1806;[413],[414] died 25 Sep 1863 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[501] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect OSE, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), "aged 77 y'rs / a native of / Perth Scotland / ? companion dear / ?lieth here / ? we hope ? sustain / ? again."[502]

She was also known as Jean/Jane Mill, Miln, Milne, Millen.[503],[504] She and Andrew Hepburn appeared on the census of 1841 at Newburgh Moor (Muir), Newburgh, Co. Fife, Scotland; where Andrew Hepburn (52) was a farmer, born Scotland, and Jean Hepburn (49), Andrew Hepburn (26), Catherine Hepburn (17), Agnes Hepburn (14), Thomas Hepburn (12), Elisabeth Hepburn (10), James Hepburn (8), Michael Broom [Hepburn] (7), and Helen Hepburn (7) were present, and born in Fife, Scotland.[417],[418] The family left for America 18 Jul 1843 from Dundee, Scotland.[419] She and Andrew Hepburn emigrated on 22 Sep 1843 to New York, New York, United States of America; arrived from Dundee, Scotland, aboard the "Blackness", with Andrew, Thomas, Mary, Jean, Barbara, Catherine, Agnes, Eliza, James, David, and Mitchell.[420],[421] On 11 Jul 1844, Jane Miln and Andrew Hepburn lived at Lot 3, Con. 6, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), which Andrew purchased on that date, and willed to his sons Andrew Jr. and James in 1850. They called this place "Yarmouth Plains."[422] She appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 3, Con. 6, Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Jane (65) lived with son Andrew (42) a farmer, his wife Catherine (30), son James (11), and labourer James Duncan (22); all born Scotland, and living in a single-story log house. Andrew produced wheat, barley, peas, oats, buck wheat, corn, potatoes, turnips, and hay on 180 acres.[505]



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    182. Abraham6 FARROW; born circa 1776;[506] married Susanna Perrett (see #183) 23 Apr 1798 at Saint Anne, Soho, Westminster, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[507],[508] died 1833 at Henry St., London, England;[363] buried 14 Jun 1833 at St. Mary, Paddington Green, London, England.[373]

    In 1800, Abraham Farrow and Susanna Perrett lived at High Holburn Street, London, England.[509] Between 1801 and 1820, Abraham Farrow and Susanna Perrett lived at Bleedinghart Yard, Holburn, London, England, until Susanna's death.[510]

    Children of Abraham6 Farrow and Susanna Perrett (see #183) all born at St Andrew, Holborn, London, England, were as follows:

    • i. Elizabeth5 Farrow;[511],[511] christened 29 Jun 1800.[512]

    • 91. ii. Sophia Sarah Farrow.

    • iii. Susanna Jane Farrow;[511],[511] baptized 4 Jan 1804.[381]

    • iv. Abraham Farrow;[513],[513] baptized 1 Jan 1807;[514] died 1829 at Henry St., London, England;[515] buried 9 Jun 1829 at Pentonville chapel (St. James) Clerkenwell, London, England.[516]

    183. Susanna6 PERRETT; born circa 1772;[517] married Abraham Farrow (see #182) 23 Apr 1798 at Saint Anne, Soho, Westminster, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[507],[508] died aged 48 Jan 1820 at Bleedinghart Yard, Holburn, London, England;[518] buried 28 Jan 1820 at St Andrew, Holborn, London, England.[519]

    In 1800, Susanna Perrett and Abraham Farrow lived at High Holburn Street, London, England.[509] Between 1801 and 1820, Susanna Perrett and Abraham Farrow lived at Bleedinghart Yard, Holburn, London, England, until Susanna's death.[510]



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      188. Robert6 HEPBURN; married Katherine Dun (see #189) 5 Feb 1779 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[520],[521]

      Children of Robert6 Hepburn and Katherine Dun (see #189) all born at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland, were as follows:

      • i. Margaret5 Hepburn;[522],[522] born 17 Mar 1780;[523] christened 19 Mar 1780 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[524]

      • ii. Jean Hepburn;[522],[522] born 1 Sep 1782;[523] christened 1 Sep 1782 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[524]

      • 94. iii. Andrew Hepburn.

      • iv. Agnes Hepburn;[522],[522] born 27 Jul 1788;[523] christened 3 Aug 1788 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[524]

      • v. Thomas Hepburn;[522],[522] born 5 May 1791;[523] christened 8 May 1791 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[524]

      189. Katherine6 DUN; married Robert Hepburn (see #188) 5 Feb 1779 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[520],[521]



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        190. William6 MILN (child of William, #380);[525],[526] born 2 Apr 1762 at Co. Perth, Scotland;[527] christened 4 Apr 1762 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland;[527] married Margaret Wallace (see #191), daughter of Thomas Wallace and Christian Laing, 13 Feb 1785 at Abernethy, Co. Perth, Scotland;[528] died 9 Oct 1839 at Binzian Mill, Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland, at age 77;[529],[530],[531] buried at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[532]

        Between 1786 and 1798, William Miln and Margaret Wallace lived at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland.[533] Between 1800 and 1830, William Miln and Margaret Wallace lived at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland.[534]

        Children of William6 Miln and Margaret Wallace (see #191) were as follows:

        • i. Christian5 Miln;[535],[535] born 1786 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[536] christened 22 Jan 1786 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[537] married Lawrence Barclay 7 Jul 1812 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland.[538]

          Christian had a daughter before marriage: Christian Mylne.[539] Christian and Lawrence had children: Margaret Barclay (1813); Robert Barclay (1815); Mary Barclay (1817); Barbara Barclay (1823); Isobel Barclay (1824). Several children and their mother, eventually settled in Wisconsin, United States, during the 1840's.[540],[541]

        • ii. William Miln;[535],[535] born 1787 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[536] christened 9 Sep 1787 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[537] married Christina (--?--);[542] buried at Warnock Cemetery (Sect E, Row 17, Lot 237), Princeton, Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., Indiana, United States of America, "Wm Miln" and "Mrs Wm Miln."[543]

          He emigrated in 1834 to Indiana, United States of America.[536] He and Christina (--?--) appeared on the census of 1840 at Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., Indiana, United States of America; where 5 people were present (couple in 50's, couple in 20's, and a girl in late teens).[544] He and Christina (--?--) appeared on the census of 1850 at Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., Indiana, United States of America; where William Miln (63) was a farmer, and Christiana Miln (62) was present, both born Scotland, accompanied by three labourers.

          [545] He and Christina (--?--) appeared on the census of 1860 at Princeton, Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., Indiana, United States of America; where William Millen (72) a gentleman, and Christian Millen (72) were both born Scotland, Mary Millen (34) was born England, and Elizabeth Edwington (12) was present.[546]

        • 95. iii. Jane Miln.

        • iv. Mary Miln;[535],[535] born 1791 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[536] christened 14 Jul 1791 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[537] she probably died before 1800 at Co. Fife, Scotland.[547]

        • v. (--?--) Miln;[548],[548] christened 9 Jun 1793 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[549] died as an infant after Jun 1793 at Co. Fife, Scotland.[550],[551]

        • vi. Thomas Miln;[548],[548] born 1795 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[536] christened 18 Jan 1795 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[549] married Catherine Rutherford;[542] died 8 Nov 1861 at Binzian Mill, Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland, at age 66.[536]

          Thomas and Catherine had five children born Forgandenny: William Miln (1826); John Miln (1827), who went to New Zealand in 1846 and was father of Annie Miln (sent letter to Hepburns in 1903); Catherine Miln (1829) who also travelled to New Zealand after living in Longridge; Margaret Miln (1831) who received letter from Robert Hepburn 1863; and Anne Miln (1836).[552] Between 1832 and 1837, Thomas Miln lived at Binzian Mill, Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland, a farmer.[553] He and Catherine Rutherford appeared on the census of 1841 at Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland; where Thomas Milne (45) was a farmer, and Catharine Milne (35), John Milne (13), Catharine Milne (11), Margaret Milne (9) were present, also with Ann John (4), Peter Milne (76), Thomas Kather (13), Helen Johnston (20), and Mary Bottarie (18).[554] He and Catherine Rutherford appeared on the census of 1851 at Binzian Mill, Forgandenny, Co. Perth, Scotland; where Thomas Miln (56) was a farmer, and Cathrine Miln (45), John Miln (23), Margt Miln (19) were present, on 250 acres, with 7 labourers, including Helen Gow (25), Euphemia Rumgye (21), Wm Small (22), and Robt Dorward (22).[555]

        • vii. Agnes Miln;[535],[535] born 1798 at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[556] christened 15 Apr 1798 at Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland;[537] married Peter Ramsay at Scotland.[557]

          She and Peter Ramsay appeared on the census of 1851 at East Gatherleys, Dunning, Co. Perth, Scotland; where Peter Ramsay (60) was a farmer of 140 acres, and Agnes [Miln] Ramsay (53), children Agnes Ramsay (23), Peter Ramsay (20), George Ramsay (18), John Ramsay (12), Cathrine Ramsay (12), Mary Ann Ramsay (8), Janet Ramsay (6), granddaughter Agnes Ramsay (4 Mo), and John Rattary (56), a tailor, were present.[558] Peter and Agnes's son James Ramsay (1836) married in Canada West in 1859.[559] She and Peter Ramsay appeared on the census of 1861 at Wolfhill Village, Cargill, Co. Perth, Scotland; where Peter Ramsay (70) was a wood merchant, with Agnes Ramsay (63), Peter Ramsay (31), Catharine Ramsay (21), Mary Ramsay (18), David Gow (21), and Janet Ramsay (19) present.[560]

        • viii. Mary Miln;[561],[561] born 1800 at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[556] christened 30 Jun 1800 at Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[562] married George Halley 25 Nov 1825.[557]

        • ix. Barbara Miln;[561],[561] born 1801 at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[563] christened 3 Jan 1802 at Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[562] married Robert Martin.[557]

        • x. Margaret Miln;[561],[561] born Nov 1804 at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[556] christened 8 Dec 1804 at Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland;[562] married Andrew Duncan;[557] died 1841 at United States of America.[564]

          Andrew and Margaret had 3 children, including Margaret (1834) the eldest.[565] She and Andrew Duncan appeared on the census of 1840 at Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., Indiana, United States of America; where Andrew was accompanied by a woman, two girls and a boy, and another young man (counts of people only).[566]

        • xi. Ann Miln;[567],[567] born 1808.[568]

        191. Margaret6 WALLACE (child of Thomas, #382);[569],[570] born 28 Sep 1760 at Co. Fife, Scotland;[571] christened 5 Oct 1760 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland;[572] married William Miln (see #190), son of William Miln and Jean Brews, 13 Feb 1785 at Abernethy, Co. Perth, Scotland;[528] died 13 May 1830 at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland, at age 69;[573],[574] buried at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[532]

        Between 1786 and 1798, Margaret Wallace and William Miln lived at Pottie Mill, Strathmiglo, Co. Fife, Scotland.[533] Between 1800 and 1830, Margaret Wallace and William Miln lived at Muckarsie Mill, Forteviot, Co. Perth, Scotland.[534]



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          380. William7 MILN; married Jean Brews (see #381), daughter of William Brews and Elizabeth Bonnar, 23 Oct 1749 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[575]

          He was also known as William Mill.[576]

          Children of William7 Miln and Jean Brews (see #381) all born at Co. Perth, Scotland, were as follows:

          • i. Jean6 Miln;[577],[577] born 17 Jan 1760;[578] christened 20 Jan 1760 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[579]

          • 190. ii. William Miln.

          • iii. Patrick Miln;[580],[580] born 8 Sep 1764;[581] christened 9 Sep 1764 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[582]

          381. Jean7 BREWS (child of William, #762);[583],[584] christened 26 Jul 1730 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland;[585] married William Miln (see #380) 23 Oct 1749 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[575]

          She was also known as Jean Brews, Bruess.[586]



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            382. Thomas7 WALLACE (child of Walter, #764);[587],[588] christened 9 Aug 1730 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland;[589] married Christian Laing (see #383), daughter of William Laing and Margaret Burrell, 3 Dec 1756 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland.[590],[591]

            Children of Thomas7 Wallace and Christian Laing (see #383) all born at Co. Fife, Scotland, were as follows:

            • i. Jean6 Wallace;[592],[592] born 10 Aug 1758;[593] christened 13 Aug 1758 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland.[594]

            • 191. ii. Margaret Wallace.

            • iii. Christian Wallace;[595],[595] born 2 May 1762;[596] christened 9 May 1762 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland.[597]

            383. Christian7 LAING (child of William, #766);[598],[599] christened 26 Dec 1734 at Falkland, Co. Fife, Scotland;[600] married Thomas Wallace (see #382), son of Walter Wallace and Jean Buist, 3 Dec 1756 at Ceres, Co. Fife, Scotland;[590],[591] died 1765 at Scotland.[601]



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              762. William8 BREWS; married Elizabeth Bonnar (see #763), daughter of Thomas Bonnar, 24 Jun 1721 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[602]

              Children of William8 Brews and Elizabeth Bonnar (see #763) all born at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland, were as follows:

              • i. Mary7 Brews;[603],[603] christened 27 May 1722.[604]

              • ii. Helen Brews;[603],[603] christened 5 Jan 1724.[604]

              • iii. Jean Brews;[603],[603] christened 13 Oct 1728;[604] died before 1830.[605],[606]

              • 381. iv. Jean Brews.

              • v. Elizabeth Brews;[603],[603] christened 13 May 1733.[604]

              763. Elizabeth8 BONNAR (child of Thomas, #1526);[607] christened 20 Nov 1698 at Dunbarney, Co. Perth, Scotland;[608] married William Brews (see #762) 24 Jun 1721 at Dron, Co. Perth, Scotland.[602]

              She was also known as Elizabeth Bonner, Bonnar.[609]


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