Alastair Fairbairn (F-45)1

(1929 - 2013)
FatherGeorge Hall Fairbairn2 (Sep 1900 - 1968)
MotherCatherine Watson Dewar2 (Apr 1901 - bet. Jun 1972 - Sep 1972)

BDMs

     Alastair Fairbairn (F-45) was born in 1929 10 Union St, St Andrews, FIF, SCT.3,4
     Alastair Fairbairn (F-45) died in 2013 WTN, NZ.5,4

DNA Info

     Click here for Alastair's DNA results .1
     Alastair has tested in the FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project. Follow this link for further DNA information on Alastair's line.
ChartsLineage 1a: George & Jemima/Robina (PATON) FAIRBAIRN
Last Edited4 Feb 2014

Citations

  1. [S14] FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project online at http://worldfamilies.net/surnames/fairbairn/results.html, Sep 2011.
  2. [S3002] Interview, Alastair Fairbairn (F-45), Birth Thomas Alistair s/o George Hall FAIRBAIRN & DEWAR, from conversation Mar 2011.
  3. [S333] GRO, SCT, BDM searches at GRO SCT: Birth 1929 Thomas Alistair s/o George Hall FAIRBAIRN & Catherine Watson DEWAR, St Andrews, FIF, transc. Robert McC, rcvd Mar 2011.
  4. [S57] BDM: NZ historical indexes online at http://bdmhistoricalrecords.identityservices.govt.nz/Search, Dth 2013 Thomas Alastair FAIRAIRN, ref. 2013/5530 b. 27 October 1929, extracted Jan 2014.
  5. [S1961] Www FAIRBAIRN searches and miscellaneous correspondence by LornaHen (1) Dth 2013 Alastair FAIRBAIRN, from dtr, rcvd Jan 2014.
 
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