• [S1] "FAIRBAIRN Conclusions", Lorna Henderson (http://Fairbairn.lornahen.com); Fairbairn OneNameStudy, http://FairbairnsAll.blogspot.com Hereinafter cited as "FAIRBAIRN Conclusions."
  • [S2] "FAIRBAIRN Analysis", Lorna Henderson (http://Fairbairn.lornahen.com); Fairbairn OneNameStudy, http://FairbairnsAll.blogspot.com Hereinafter cited as "FAIRBAIRN Analysis."
  • [S14] FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project online at http://worldfamilies.net/surnames/fairbairn/results.html,. Hereinafter cited as FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project.
  • [S16] "RUNCIMAN One Name Study", Lorna Henderson ; Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN One Name Study."
  • [S27] Various, interviews / personal knowledge.
  • [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php,.
  • [S56] Scottish BMDB entries (from 1855), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php,.
  • [S201] 1841 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S203] 1851 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S205] 1861 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S210] 1881 Census transcripts, UK, via Family Search/LDS CDs, LDS library LDS library, Utah, USA.
  • [S212] 1891 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S214] 1901 Census transcripts, Scotland, via http://Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S333] GRO, SCT, BDMs, SCT death indices, & researcher extracts, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as BDM searches at GRO SCT.
  • [S600] "Lorna's Family History Musings", (Waikanae, NZ); unknown repository reference, unknown repository; unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Lorna's Family History Musings."
  • [S691] OPR Baptisms Marriages, Old Parochial Registers for Parish : Morebattle, ROX, SCT,.
  • [S712] 1851 census, Borders, ROX, Maxton, Melrose, Jedburgh, Southdean, unknown repository unknown repository address.
  • [S866] Walter FAIRBAIRN (11277), Death cert (19 Jan 1859), filed FAIRBAIRNROBERTSON 3*greats, L Henderson, Waikanae, Kapiti, WTN, NZ. Hereinafter cited as DC FAIRBAIRN, Walter 1859.
  • [S868] Agnes DAVIDSON nee FAIRBAIRN, Death Dist 732 #?? (22 May 1884), filed DAVIDSONFAIRBAIRN gg-g'parent, L Henderson, Waikanae, Kapiti, WTN, NZ. Hereinafter cited as DC DAVIDSON, Agnes Chirnside 1884.
  • [S873] Jill HILL, "FAIRBAIRN/HILLS ex Jim," e-mail message (?CAN) to Lorna Henderson, Jun 1998. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/HILLS ex Jim."
  • [S888] FAIRBAIRN, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (LDS library, Utah, USA: LDS library, 1993 & 1994 addenda).
  • [S1005] Letter from Bob WILCOX (Henleaze, Bristol, ENG) to Lorna Henderson; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  • [S1014] Sprouston, ROX, SCT : Headstone transcriptions (MIs) (Galashiels, SEL: Borders FHS) . Hereinafter cited as MIs: ROX Sprouston.
  • [S1038] G Roy & Pat FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F.," e-mail message (New Westminster, BRC, CAN) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F."
  • [S1047] Archibald FAIRBAIRN (13611), Dth cert (04 Nov 1867), Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/), Edinburgh, MLN, SCT. Hereinafter cited as DC FAIRBAIRN, Archibald 1867.
  • [S1058] Ann COSSAR, "EM FAIRBAIRN/CROS(I)ER ex Ann C," e-mail message (London, ENG) to L McIntosh (1). Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/CROS(I)ER ex Ann C."
  • [S1062] Letter from Janis ULSTEIN (USA) to (1); Filed under Borders Correspondence (L Henderson, Waikanae, Kapiti, WTN, NZ).
  • [S1204] Edward STEWART (18124), "EM FAIRBAIRN, John ex Ed S," e-mail message (NY, USA) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN, John ex Ed S."
  • [S1350] Borders FHS, MIs: ROX Morebattle (Galashiells, SCT: Borders FHS). Hereinafter cited as MIs: ROX Morebattle.
  • [S1406] 1841 Census, Borders, SCT, LDS Film, unknown repository unknown repository address.
  • [S1513] Burke, Burke's Peerage & Baronetage (London?: Burke's, Various). Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage.
  • [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (UT, USA: Family Search (LDS)).
  • [S1610] FreeCensus, UK online at http://www.freecen.org.uk/,. Hereinafter cited as FreeCensus, UK.
  • [S1649] Robert (Bob) FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. re FAIRBAIRN/DEANS between Bob F (Ontario, CAN) and LornaHen (NZ)," e-mail message (Chatham, ONT, CAN) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/DEANS ex Bob F."
  • [S1771] Susan A McLEOD (30189), "EM FAIRBAIRN/COCKBURN ex Susan McL," e-mail message (Edinburgh, SCT) to (1). Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/COCKBURN ex Susan McL."
  • [S1963] James Edward FAIRBAIRN, "EM FAIRBAIRN: Jedburgh ex James F," e-mail message (Amersham, BKM, ENG) to FAIRBAIRN GenForum & L Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN, Jedburgh ex James F."
  • [S2228] Liz Hardie (37610), "EM FAIRBAIRN/COCKBURN ex Liz H," e-mail message (?AUS) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/COCKBURN ex Liz H."
  • [S2243] GenCircles online at http://www.gencircles.com/,. Hereinafter cited as GenCircles.
  • [S2346] Natasha FAIRBAIRN, "EM FAIRBAIRN/MASON ex Natasha F," e-mail message (?UK) to L Henderson(1). Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/MASON ex Natasha F."
  • [S2656] "FamilyTree DNA", Nov 2007, FamilyTree DNA (1919 North Loop West, Suite 432 Houston, Texas 77008, USA), to Lorna Henderson ; . Hereinafter cited as "FamilyTree DNA."
  • [S2689] Amanda MABON, "EM FAIRBAIRN/STEWART ex Amanda M," e-mail message (Dunedin, OTG, NZ) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/STEWART ex Amanda M."
  • [S2753] Mrs Shari Nees (55491), "FAIRBAIRN/THOMSON/BUNYAN ex Shari NEES," e-mail message (Olympia, WA, USA) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "FAIRBAIRN/THOMSON/BUNYAN ex Shari NEES."
  • [S2757] Morebattle, ROX: Gateshaw Associate Session & Free Church Records; FHL Film: British #889486 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973), Item 4 (Gateshaw 1775-1907) & 8 (Free Church 1847-52). Hereinafter cited as Morebattle, ROX: Gateshaw Associate Session & Free Church Records.
  • [S2856] David Cargill (compiler), MIs: BEW: Vol 2 Eastern Parishes - book (Edinburgh, Scotland: The Scottish Genealogy Society). Hereinafter cited as MIs: BEW: Vol 2 Eastern Parishes - book.
  • [S2991] Dr Peter NORTHOVER, "EM FAIRBAIRN/FISH (Lowick) Ex Peter N," e-mail message (UK) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM FAIRBAIRN/FISH (Lowick) Ex Peter N."
  • [S3010] Census index, Scotland, http://ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk, Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/) Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.
  • [S3042] 1851 Census index or image, SCT, http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/, Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/) Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.
  • [S3109] "FAIRBAIRN One Name Study", Lorna Henderson ; Hereinafter cited as "FAIRBAIRN One Name Study."
  • [S3110] "OPR Berwick Scotlands People FAIRBAIRN Births", 1538-1854 , Berwick, Scotland, F*R*B*RN*; County = Berwick (BEW); 803 records in total ; Earliest 1623, latest 1854; (Analysis incomplete - refer BEW (SCT) FAIRBAIRN)

    For further information on coverage of BEW parish records, eg gaps, see also the Family Search Wiki Scotlands People Index (http://scotlandspeople.gov.uk); Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/), Edinburgh, MLN, SCT. Hereinafter cited as "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854."
  • [S3217] WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/,. Hereinafter cited as WikiTree.
 
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