John Fairbairn (m. Elizabeth YULE)1

(1753 - 1830)
FatherJohn Fairbairn (m. Lucy EADSTER)2,3 (1714 - )
MotherLucy Eadster3,2 (bef. 1728 - )

BDMs

     John Fairbairn was born in 1753 Makerstoun, ROX, SCT, John & Lucia FAIRBAIRN, a son John born (not obv, Makerstoun OPR on Sct P, earlier, 2001, info from Sanna said "born Scotland, 1756.")2,3 He married Elizabeth Yule in 1776 Shannabank, Par. of Abbey St Bathans, BEW, SCT; (not immediately obvious on SctP in BEW as F*r*b*rn.)4
     John Fairbairn died in 1830 Darlington, Durham Co., ONT, CAN.5

DNA Info

     John belongs to a tested line in the FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project. Follow this link for supplementary DNA information.

Links

     Click here to see John's page on WikiTree, a (free) collaborative on-line tree.6

Researcher(s)

     John Fairbairn (m. Elizabeth YULE) is the ancestor of researcher Sanna F Ross (Gaffney). Her interest in genealogy made her a wealth of freely shared information on all FAIRBAIRNs, some of which may be found on the GenForum FAIRBAIRN Message Board, not only for her direct line, that of John's son David's de facto relationship with Margaret Kinnimond.7
     John Fairbairn (m. Elizabeth YULE) is the ancestor of researcher Alexander Fairbairn (F-41). Desc. via Thomas, of John & Elizabeth (YULE) Email: Alexander.8

Family

Elizabeth Yule (say 1755 - 1842)
Children
  • Elizabeth Fairbairn9
  • James Fairbairn10,11 (Nov 1777 - aft. 1841)
  • Elspath Fairbairn10 (Sep 1779 - )
  • Lucia Fairbairn12 (Sep 1781 - Sep 1862)
  • John Fairbairn10,13 (Jun 1784 - Mar 1863)
  • Eleanor Fairbairn10 (Mar 1787 - )
  • Robert Fairbairn11,14 (Aug 1787 - )
  • Thomas Fairbairn10 (Oct 1791 - Dec 1864)
  • William Fairbairn+10 (May 1794 - aft. 1871)
  • David Fairbairn12 (circa May 1798 - Aug 1871)
  • Henry Fairbairn10 (Jun 1800 - Jan 1876)
ChartsLineage 1c1: John & Elizabeth (YULE) FAIRBAIRN
Wanted: John & Elizabeth (YULE) FAIRBAIRN
Last Edited13 Feb 2017

Citations

  1. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, John FAIRBAIRN & Lucy "EADSTER", file rcvd Jan 2003, , extracted Dec 2007.
  2. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Birth 1753 John s/o John FAIRBAIRN & Lucy "EADSTER", Makerstoun, ROX, file rcvd Jan 2003, , extracted Dec 2007.
  3. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Birth 1756 John s/o John FAIRBAIRN & Lucy EADSTER, (marr. Elizabetih YULE), Scotland, rcvd Oct 2001.
  4. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Marr. 1776 John FAIRBAIRN & Elizabeth YULE, Shannabank, Abbey St Bathans, BEW, rcvd Oct 2001.
  5. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Dth 1830 John FAIRBAIRN, Darlington, Upper Canada, from "Some Descendants of John & Lucy Eadster Fairbairn, dated Sep 2008, extracted Jan 2009.
  6. [S3217] WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, Jan 2017.
  7. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN.
  8. [S2979] Alexander FAIRBAIRN, "EM FAIRBAIRN/YULE ex Alexander F," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Line of descent from John & Elizabeth (YULE) FAIRBAIRN, rcvd Dec 2010.
  9. [S1062] Letter, Janis ULSTEIN to (1), Email Jan 2003 from tree of Craig F.
  10. [S888] FAIRBAIRN, International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  11. [S1961] Www FAIRBAIRN searches and miscellaneous correspondence by LornaHen (1) Pt 3, History of Bowmanville, written by J B FAIRBAIRN, Postmaster, found at http://www.ontariogenealogy.com/Durham/history/…, extracted Sep 2008.
  12. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Oct 2001.
  13. [S2883] Jane, "EM FAIRBAIRN/LLOYD ex Jane," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Dth 28 Mar 1863 John FAIRBAIRN, Dist of Inverkip, RFW 567/01 Pg 2 #5, copy rcvd Nov 2009.
  14. [S1960] Sanna F Ross (Gaffney), "EM FAIRBAIRN: Borders ex Sanna G," e-mail to Lorna & GenForum FAIRBAIRN, Rcvd Sep 2008.
 
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