James Fairbairn1,2

(circa Nov 1792 - bet. 1830 - 1841)
Father-AssmdRobert Fairbairn3 (say 1765 - Mar 1832)
Mother-AssmdElizabeth Crosbie3 (circa 1766 - Mar 1849)

BDMs

     James Fairbairn was born circa Nov 1792 Smailholm, ROX, SCT, assuming he's the son of Robert FAIRBAIRN & Elizabeth CROSBIE, which naming pattern supports despite extracted bap. saying mother Isabel (sometimes found as a synonym for Elizabeth.)4,5 He was baptized on 11 Nov 1792 Smailholm, ROX.6,5
     James Fairbairn married Janet Hunter on 27 Nov 1814 Smailholm, ROX, exact date/place from igi.1,7
     James Fairbairn died bet. 1830 - 1841 ?Smailholm, ROX, SCT.1,4

DNA Info

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Family

Janet Hunter (circa 1796 - bet. 1841 - 1862)
Children
  • Robert Fairbairn8 (circa Aug 1815 - bet. 1815 - 1821)
  • Isabella Fairbairn9 (circa 1817 - aft. 1901)
  • John Fairbairn10 (circa Apr 1817 - aft. 1871)
  • Robert Fairbairn1,11 (circa Feb 1821 - Dec 1894)
  • Elizabeth Fairbairn12 (circa Apr 1823 - )
  • James Fairbairn1 (circa 1825 - May 1862)
  • Janet Fairbairn13 (circa Feb 1830 - aft. 1841)
ChartsLineage 1b4b: Robert and Elizabeth (CROSBIE) Fairbairn
Last Edited29 Nov 2011

Citations

  1. [S333] GRO, SCT, BDM searches at GRO SCT: Dth 1862 James FAIRBAIRN, Nenthorn, BEW, trans. Robert McC, rcvd Dec 2001.
  2. [S1961] Www FAIRBAIRN searches and miscellaneous correspondence by LornaHen (1) FAIRBAIRN/CROSBIE, ex RootsWeb Roxburghshire Msge Board, posted Jun 2003 by Graham Fairbairn, extracted Sep 2003.
  3. [S2] Lorna Henderson, "FAIRBAIRN Analysis", Sep 2003.
  4. [S1610] FreeCensus, UK online at http://www.freecen.org.uk/, 1841 Smailholm, ROX SCT 1841/805 ED 1 F 1 Pg 10, hsehold of Janet FAIRBAIRN, extracted Apr 2008.
  5. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 11 Nov 1792 James s/o Robert FAIRBAIRN & Isobel CROSBIE, batch C118052, Smailholm ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  6. [S1961] Www FAIRBAIRN searches and miscellaneous correspondence by LornaHen (1) FAIRBAIRN/CROSBIE, ex RootsWeb Roxburghshire Msge Board, posted Jun 2003 by Graham Fairbairn (e-mail address), extracted Sep 2003.
  7. [S888] FAIRBAIRN, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch M118052.
  8. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 27 Aug 1815 Robert to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118052, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  9. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 14 Feb 1819 Isobel to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118052, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  10. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 14 Apr 1817 John to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118052, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  11. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 2 Mar 1821 Robert to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118054, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  12. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 27 Apr 1823 Elisabeth to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118054, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
  13. [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 14 Feb 1830 Janet to James FAIRBAIRN & Janet HUNTER, batch C118054, Smailholm, ROX, extracted Apr 2008.
 
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