People from the wanted lines with some information included on this site
Any direct male line FAIRBAIRN descendants out there who can claim any of these people as their ancestor?
Fairbairn
Alexander     (1722 - Jun 1798)
Alexander     (say 1725 - aft. 1797)
Andrew     (Feb 1758 - Jan 1844)
Andrew     (Feb 1806 - Jun 1863)
Andrew (m. Helen BLAKEBUL)     (say 1758 - Jul 1810)
Andrew William     (Oct 1828 - bet. Jun 1891 - Sep 1891)
Archibald     (May 1801 - circa Feb 1845)
David     (circa 1831 - May 1897)
Edward (Ednam blacksmith)     (circa 1726 - Aug 1811)
Edward Frederick     (Jan 1819 - bet. Jan 1892 - Mar 1892)
Francis (m. Isabel HENDERWICK)     (say 1760 - bet. 1801 - 1840)
George     (say 1663 - )
George     (Apr 1780 - Apr 1843)
George     (circa 1796 - aft. 1841)
George     (circa 1814 - Feb 1885)
George     (1825 - 1882)
George (m. Christian CLAPPERTON)     (bet. 1777 - 1791 - Mar 1863)
George (m. Jane LAW)     (say 1770 - bet. 1815 - 1851)
James     (say 1750 - )
James     (say 1760 - aft. 1802)
James     (say 1765 - bet. 1795 - 1841)
James     (circa Nov 1792 - bet. 1830 - 1841)
James     (circa Dec 1794 - bet. 1851 - 1854)
James     (circa 1795 - Jun 1846)
James     (circa 1806 - Jul 1856)
Fairbairn (cont.)
James     (circa 1817 - Sep 1904)
James     (circa 1824 - bet. 1858 - 1861)
James (m. Margaret HOG)     (bet. 1765 - 1771 - say 1844)
James (schoolmaster of Penicuik)     (say 1680 - bet. Jun 1744 - Mar 1745)
John     (circa Jun 1777 - bet. Sep 1867 - Dec 1867)
John     (say 1791 - bet. 1833 - 1841)
John     (circa May 1792 - Dec 1848)
John     (circa Aug 1799 - Dec 1848)
John     (Nov 1807 - bet. Mar 1880 - Jun 1880)
John     (circa 1819 - Nov 1880)
John     (Jan 1824 - bet. Jan 1866 - Mar 1866)
John     (circa Apr 1827 - bet. 1880 - 1900)
John (m. Alice AINSLIE)     (circa 1771 - Jan 1849)
John (m. Elsepth ANDERSON)     (say 1735 - )
John (m. Helen ANDERSON)     (1714 - 1796)
Ralph     (circa 1785 - May 1874)
Ralph     (circa 1810 - May 1886)
Robert     (circa 1809 - bet. Jan 1876 - Mar 1876)
Robert     (Jun 1813 - bet. Jan 1897 - Mar 1897)
Robert     (Aug 1816 - 1890)
Robert (m. Ann CURLE)     (circa Mar 1781 - Nov 1856)
Robert (m. Janet AINSLIE)     (say 1760 - bet. 1803 - 1866)
Robert (m. Mary ATKINSON)     (circa Nov 1767 - Jul 1820)
Stephen     (circa Feb 1735 - May 1804)
Thomas     (Jul 1770 - Mar 1834)
Fairbairn (cont.)
Thomas     (bet. 1776 - 1780 - say 1849)
Thomas     (circa Nov 1808 - Aug 1861)
Thomas     (Apr 1817 - Nov 1887)
Thomas (m. Elspeth WOOD)     (circa 1746 - 1814)
Walter     (circa 1799 - Jun 1879)
William     (Jul 1762 - Feb 1843)
William     (circa Nov 1792 - Feb 1841)
William     (May 1794 - aft. 1871)
William     (circa 1819 - aft. 1871)
William (Schoolmaster, Bowden; m. Margaret SCOTT)     (circa Apr 1756 - Mar 1810)
William (Sir) 1st Baronet     (Feb 1789 - Aug 1874)
William Henry Young     (bet. Jun 1861 - Sep 1861 - Mar 1923)
Fairbairns
Robert     (circa Jan 1793 - Jul 1879)
William     (circa Apr 1754 - bet. Sep 1843 - Dec 1843)
Fairbarne
John (m. Helen GRIEVE)     (1693 - )
Farbarn
Thomas     (bet. 1771 - 1776 - bet. 1841 - 1851)
 
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