Isabel Tait1,2

(say 1770 - bet. 1810 - 1841)

BDMs

     Isabel Tait was born say 1770 ?Legerwood, BEW, SCT.3
     Isabel Tait married James Fairbairn, son of John Fairbairn (m. Agnes GIBSON) and Agnes Gibson, in Aug 1794 Legerwood, BEW, SCT, not immediately obvious SctP (BEW) index, but entry found at bottom of page for Agness Fairbairn & Robert Laidlaw, follows one for 14th Feb, but has no day.4,3,5,6,1
     Isabel Tait was assumed to have died bet. 1810 - 1841 ?Dalkeith, MLN, SCT.1,7

Names

     Isabel Tait has also been shown (incorrectly) in records as Helen Tait assumed to be a mistake on grdson Andrew's part when providing the information for his father's death - possibly confusing his mother and his grandmother?3,8

Family

James Fairbairn (circa Jan 1765 - bet. 1810 - 1841)
Children
  • Violet Fairbairn6 (Nov 1794 - )
  • Agness Fairbairn9 (Jul 1796 - )
  • Margaret Fairbairn5 (Jul 1798 - )
  • Isobel Fairbairn10 (May 1800 - bet. 1802 - 1806)
  • Janet Fairbairn11 (circa Jun 1802 - )
  • John Fairbairn3 (circa 1804 - Jul 1876)
  • Isabel Fairbairn12 (circa Jul 1806 - )
  • James Fairbairn1 (circa Jul 1808 - Aug 1861)
  • Ralph Fairbairn7 (Dec 1810 - )
ChartsLineage 1a2: John & Magdalen (BO) FAIRBAIRN
Last Edited25 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S333] GRO, SCT, BDM searches at GRO SCT: Death 27 Aug 1861 James s/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isabel TAIT, Mid Mill, Gordon, BEW. trans. Robert McC, rcvd Dec 2001.
  2. [S3110] Scotlands People Index, "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854", Birth ?Bap.? 17 Jul 1804 John s/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isabel TAIT, Legerwood, BEW, 749/ 0010 0164, extracted from index Sep 2010.
  3. [S56] Scottish BMDB entries (from 1855), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Dth 1876 John FAIRBAIRN, reg. Sth Leith, Cty of Edin, MLN Dist 692/2 Pg 178 #532, copy d/loaded Jul 2007.
  4. [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Marr. Aug 1794 James FAIRBAIRN & Isobel TAIT, Legerwood, BEW 749/00 0010 0143, copy d/loaded (for Agness FAIRBAIRN/Robert LAIDLAW) Sep 2010.
  5. [S3110] Scotlands People Index, "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854", Birth ?Bap.? 5 Jul 1798 Margaret d/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isabel TAIT, Legerwood, BEW, 749/ 0010 0153, extracted from index Sep 2010.
  6. [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Birth 24 Nov Bap.16 Dec 1794 Violet d/o James FAIRBAIRN (tenant at West Moriston, Legerwood, BEW), 749/ 0010 0146, copy d/loaded Sep 2010.
  7. [S3155] GRO Scotland, "OPR Midlothian Scotlands People (FAIRBAIRN & variants) Births 1538-1854", Bap? 24 Dec 1810 Ralph s/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isabella TAIT, Dalkeith, MLN, 683/00 0050 02895, extracted from index Sep 2010.
  8. [S2] Lorna Henderson, "FAIRBAIRN Analysis", Sep 2010.
  9. [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Birth 21 Jul Bap.4 Aug 1796 Agness d/o James FAIRBAIRN (tenant at West Moriston, Legerwood, BEW), 749/ 0010 0148, copy d/loaded Sep 2010.
  10. [S3110] Scotlands People Index, "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854", Birth ?Bap.? 18 Jun 1800 Isobel d/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isobel TAIT, Legerwood, BEW, 749/ 0010 0156, extracted from index Sep 2010.
  11. [S3110] Scotlands People Index, "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854", Birth/bap.? 2 Jun 1802 Janet d/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isable TAIT, Legerwood, BEW 749/ 0010 0158, extracted from index Sep 2010.
  12. [S3110] Scotlands People Index, "OPR Berwick, Scotland, FAIRBAIRN Births 1538-1854", Birth ?Bap.? 2 Jul 1806 Isabel d/o James FAIRBAIRN & Isobel TAIT, Legerwood, BEW, 749/ 0010 0168, extracted from index Sep 2010.
 
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