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Old 08-09-12, 07:08
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Remember that there is a Tomintoul village/town but the farm was called 'Tomintoul' and in Braemar two different places I believe.

Edited to say: Tomintoul Croft not farm.
http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site...&sort_ord=desc
This is the building they were standing outside at the end of the program one of the photos on this site is the exterior of that building I believe from recollection when I looked at it the other day.
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Old 08-09-12, 08:42
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Kate's post #14 gives the address of the cottage or farm in Tomintoul as 5 Corriemulzie - which isn't in Tomintoul nor is it Tomintoul Croft or Farm, which was just on the outskirts of Tomintoul village.

In other words, three different places are mentioned:

Tomintoul village
Tomintoul Croft/Farm
Corriemulzie.

Perhaps they called them all Tomintoul because they felt the difference wasn't important in the grand scheme of things.

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Old 08-09-12, 09:07
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The address I gave is only gleaned from ancestry's and FMP's (mis)transcriptions - I haven't looked at the actual images. They mostly say Corriemulgie but I assume this is supposed to be Corriemulzie.
Also I don't know what it says on the 1911 census as ancestry and FMP don't have a transcription of that one yet.
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Old 08-09-12, 10:23
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Didn't someone else on WDYTA have an ancestor who came from Tomintoul?
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Old 08-09-12, 11:18
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Only just watched this and thoroughly enjoyed it - think I might even watch it again. I thought Annie Lennox was very warm and I thought a lot of her feelings were quite measured and similar to what many of us would have felt.

I think we have to assume that the trees are very well researched but that they just don't show it all - the researchers are likely to be as competent as the rest of us.

The Parochial records aren't available online are they? I have so many Scottish ancestors!
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Old 08-09-12, 11:22
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If you mean the Parochial Board Minutes, then no, although there may be a few on various sites if you google,such as this one:
Search Dumfries Poor Board Minutes


The Old Parochial Registers (aka Parish Registers) are on SP.
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Old 08-09-12, 11:27
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Thanks Kate - I did mean the Parochial Board Minutes - I could have bought Monaco with the amount I've spent on SP:-)
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Old 08-09-12, 11:50
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The address I gave is only gleaned from ancestry's and FMP's (mis)transcriptions - I haven't looked at the actual images. They mostly say Corriemulgie but I assume this is supposed to be Corriemulzie.
Also I don't know what it says on the 1911 census as ancestry and FMP don't have a transcription of that one yet.
Just looked at the Scottish 1911 census to put us out of our misery but I don't think it helps much

Its says:-

Corriemulzie Stables and it is in the Parish of Braemar.

There are 3 households listed for these buildings they aren't numbered but the Schedule no's are

41
Jane Merton or Merston Head aged 48 no occupation
William A her son aged 26 Estate Carter
Bella Jane daughter aged 16 Assistant Dressmaker

42 Margaret McDonald Head aged 48 Private Means

43 Isabella McHardy Head and a Pensioner birthplace Braemar, Aberdeenshire.
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Old 08-09-12, 11:52
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Thanks Kate - I did mean the Parochial Board Minutes - I could have bought Monaco with the amount I've spent on SP:-)


Me too or a small island in the Med.

I watched it twice because of some of the queries.
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Old 08-09-12, 11:55
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I have had a couple of women in my tree being admonished at the Kirk Sessions and the father's being named and sought for maintenance.

Might have a few more but only looked for those two because they didn't name the fathers on the baptisms.
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