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Unknown CASBE

IGI March 1992, London, page 26,658 film C054261, sheet 0205, at the christening of his son Johane CASBE in St Gregory by St Paul, London on 04/04/1563 with no mention of his son's, or his own, christian names, or of the mother.


Joan CASBE

IGI March 1992, London, page 26,658 film C054261, sheet 0205, at her christening on 04/04/1563, surname entered as Johane (either for Joan or John, but entered as female and so could be confusing) CASBE, with no mention of his daughters, or his own, christian names, or of the mother.


Anthony KEASBY

Also on 26/11/1998, Isaac wrote, " Book, page 162, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, by Virkus, Edward Keasbey, his son, Edward, married, 1725, Elizabeth Bradway. His son Edward Keasbey (1726-1779) married Prudence, Daughter of Edward Quinton. His son Anthony Keasbey (1758 - 1811), Clerk, Salem County, New Jersey, Member of theGeneral Assembly, married Hannah Brick."

He's buried in the 1st Baptist cemetary in Salem,NJ.
Keasby, Anthony, State : NJ (New Jersey?), County : Salem Co., Location :Mannington, Year : 1793, no number given. Three Anthony's are shown, one in Mannington, one in Salem and one in Lower Alloways Creek for the year1793 although the Census was supposed to be for 1790, so they could all be for the same person, although I have entered them separately.


Hannah BRICK

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She's buried in the 1st Baptist cemetary in Salem,NJ.


Charles RAITT

~BNAME: CHARLES RAITT (#237)~b
Some details researched by J.J. Blair, Feb., 1988..
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~BNAME: CHARLES RAITT (#237)~b
Some details researched by J.J. Blair, Feb., 1988..


Ann Brown MOLLISON

BIO:D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Births for Craig, County of Forfar,
280/3, Thomas Mollison and his wife Margaret Robertson at Seatown of
Usan had a child born on the 11th and baptized on the 19th May 1833
named Ann Brown.
D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Deaths for St. Vigeans 272.2/20, on
25/05/1917, Ann Raitt, aged 84 years, widow of Charles Raitt, Farmer,
at Highlands Grange of Conon, St Vigeans. Daughter of Thomas Mollison,
Farm Servant, deceased, and Margaret Mollison m.s. Robertson,
deceased. Cause of Death: cerebral haemorrhage, 6 days, certified by
W.J. Dewar, MD. Informant: William Raitt, son, present.
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BIO:D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Births for Craig, County of Forfar,
280/3, Thomas Mollison and his wife Margaret Robertson at Seatown of
Usan had a child born on the 11th and baptized on the 19th May 1833
named Ann Brown.
D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Deaths for St. Vigeans 272.2/20, on
25/05/1917, Ann Raitt, aged 84 years, widow of Charles Raitt, Farmer,
at Highlands Grange of Conon, St Vigeans. Daughter of Thomas Mollison,
Farm Servant, deceased, and Margaret Mollison m.s. Robertson,
deceased. Cause of Death: cerebral haemorrhage, 6 days, certified by
W.J. Dewar, MD. Informant: William Raitt, son, present.
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BIO:D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Births for Craig, County of Forfar,
280/3, Thomas Mollison and his wife Margaret Robertson at Seatown of
Usan had a child born on the 11th and baptized on the 19th May 1833
named Ann Brown.
D. Shippey report, 08/05/1996, Deaths for St. Vigeans 272.2/20, on
25/05/1917, Ann Raitt, aged 84 years, widow of Charles Raitt, Farmer,
at Highlands Grange of Conon, St Vigeans. Daughter of Thomas Mollison,
Farm Servant, deceased, and Margaret Mollison m.s. Robertson,
deceased. Cause of Death: cerebral haemorrhage, 6 days, certified by
W.J. Dewar, MD. Informant: William Raitt, son, present.


Charles RATTRAY

BIO:D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Births for Panbride 316/17, on11/06/1894, Charles Rattray at East Scryne, Panbride. Son of CharlesRattray, Blacksmith, Master, and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson (married
02/12/1881, Panbride). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Deaths for Montrose 367/106 on 17th June,1988, Charles Rattray, 94, Foundry Blacksmith (retired), widower of AnnieRaitt McFarlane at Sunnyside Royal Hospital, Montrose. Born11/06/1894,son of Charles Rattray, Master Blacksmith, deceased, and Jane Rattraym.s. Anderson, deceased. Cause of Death: pulmonary thrombo-embolism,femur (accidental fall in ward), senile dementia, certified KathyrnMcLachlan. Informant: C. Rattray, son, 14 Larnach Place, East Camden, NewSouth Wales, Australia.
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BIO:D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Births for Panbride 316/17, on11/06/1894, Charles Rattray at East Scryne, Panbride. Son of CharlesRattray, Blacksmith, Master, and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson (married
02/12/1881, Panbride). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Deaths for Montrose 367/106 on 17th June,1988, Charles Rattray, 94, Foundry Blacksmith (retired), widower of AnnieRaitt McFarlane at Sunnyside Royal Hospital, Montrose. Born11/06/1894,son of Charles Rattray, Master Blacksmith, deceased, and Jane Rattraym.s. Anderson, deceased. Cause of Death: pulmonary thrombo-embolism,femur (accidental fall in ward), senile dementia, certified KathyrnMcLachlan. Informant: C. Rattray, son, 14 Larnach Place, East Camden, NewSouth Wales, Australia.
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BIO:D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Births for Panbride 316/17, on
11/06/1894, Charles Rattray at East Scryne, Panbride. Son of Charles
Rattray, Blacksmith, Master, and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson (married
02/12/1881, Panbride). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996, Deaths for Montrose 367/106 on 17th
June, 1988, Charles Rattray, 94, Foundry Blacksmith (retired), widower
of Annie Raitt McFarlane at Sunnyside Royal Hospital, Montrose. Born
11/06/1894, son of Charles Rattray, Master Blacksmith, deceased, and
Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson, deceased. Cause of Death: pulmonary
thrombo-embolism, femur (accidental fall in ward), senile dementia,
certified Kathyrn McLachlan. Informant: C. Rattray, son, 14 Larnach
Place, East Camden, New South Wales, Australia.


Annie Raitt MACFARLANE

BIO:PLACE OF FIRST MARRIAGE: ARBROATH. WEDDING INVITATION CARD TO Mr &Mrs CASEBY,
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996, for Arbroath and St Vigeans, 272/75, on
08/08/1924, at the Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, according to the
forms of the United Free Church, Charles Rattray, aged 30 years,
Blacksmith, bachelor, of Scryne, Panbridge. Son of Charles Rattray,
Blacksmith and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson. Annie Raitt McFarlane, 29,
Domestic Servant, spinster, of Annesley, Arbroath. Daughter of Charles
McFarlane, Jobbing Gardner and Jemima Smith McFarlane m.s. Raitt.
Witnesses: D. Rattray, Muirdrum, Carnoustie, Maggie McFarlane, North
Dron, Dairsie, Fife.
PLACE OF DEATH: DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY. NEWSPAPER DEATH
NOTICE,"RATTRAY", DUNDEE COURIER. RATTRAY.- SUDDENLY AT DUNDEE ROYALINFIRMARY,
AND INVITATION. NO LETTERS OR FLOWERS PLEASE.
:PLACE OF FIRST MARRIAGE: ARBROATH. WEDDING INVITATION CARD TO Mr & Mrs
CASEBY, SENT BY Mr & Mrs CHARLES McFARLANE. INVITATION TO THE MARRIAGE
OF THEIR DAUGHTER, ANNIE RAIT (SPELLED WITH ONE "T") TO MR CHARLES
RATTRAY, IN THE CENTRAL DINING ROOMS, ARBROATH, ON FRIDAY, 8th AUGUST,
1924, AT 8 p.m. R.S.V.P. DRON, DAIRSIE, FIFE.
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996, for Arbroath and St Vigeans, 272/75, on
08/08/1924, at the Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, according to the
forms of the United Free Church, Charles Rattray, aged 30 years,
Blacksmith, bachelor, of Scryne, Panbridge. Son of Charles Rattray,
Blacksmith and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson. Annie Raitt McFarlane, 29,
Domestic Servant, spinster, of Annesley, Arbroath. Daughter of Charles
McFarlane, Jobbing Gardner and Jemima Smith McFarlane m.s. Raitt.
Witnesses: D. Rattray, Muirdrum, Carnoustie, Maggie McFarlane, North
Dron, Dairsie, Fife.
PLACE OF DEATH: DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY. NEWSPAPER DEATH
NOTICE,"RATTRAY", DUNDEE COURIER. RATTRAY.- SUDDENLY AT DUNDEE ROYAL
INFIRMARY, ON JANUARY 29th, 1967, ANNIE RAITT McFARLANE, BELOVED WIFE
OF CHARLES RATTRAY, 18, IRELAND STREET, CARNOUSTIE. FUNERAL ON
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd. FRIENDS WISHING TO ATTEND PLEASE MEET AT
DUNDEE CREMATORIUM AT 3 p.m., AND ACCEPT THIS (THE ONLY) INTIMATION
AND INVITATION. NO LETTERS OR FLOWERS PLEASE.
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BIO:PLACE OF FIRST MARRIAGE: ARBROATH. WEDDING INVITATION CARD TO Mr &Mrs CASEBY,
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996, for Arbroath and St Vigeans, 272/75, on
08/08/1924, at the Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, according to the
forms of the United Free Church, Charles Rattray, aged 30 years,
Blacksmith, bachelor, of Scryne, Panbridge. Son of Charles Rattray,
Blacksmith and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson. Annie Raitt McFarlane, 29,
Domestic Servant, spinster, of Annesley, Arbroath. Daughter of Charles
McFarlane, Jobbing Gardner and Jemima Smith McFarlane m.s. Raitt.
Witnesses: D. Rattray, Muirdrum, Carnoustie, Maggie McFarlane, North
Dron, Dairsie, Fife.
PLACE OF DEATH: DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY. NEWSPAPER DEATH
NOTICE,"RATTRAY", DUNDEE COURIER. RATTRAY.- SUDDENLY AT DUNDEE ROYALINFIRMARY,
AND INVITATION. NO LETTERS OR FLOWERS PLEASE.
:PLACE OF FIRST MARRIAGE: ARBROATH. WEDDING INVITATION CARD TO Mr & Mrs
CASEBY, SENT BY Mr & Mrs CHARLES McFARLANE. INVITATION TO THE MARRIAGE
OF THEIR DAUGHTER, ANNIE RAIT (SPELLED WITH ONE "T") TO MR CHARLES
RATTRAY, IN THE CENTRAL DINING ROOMS, ARBROATH, ON FRIDAY, 8th AUGUST,
1924, AT 8 p.m. R.S.V.P. DRON, DAIRSIE, FIFE.
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996, for Arbroath and St Vigeans, 272/75, on
08/08/1924, at the Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, according to the
forms of the United Free Church, Charles Rattray, aged 30 years,
Blacksmith, bachelor, of Scryne, Panbridge. Son of Charles Rattray,
Blacksmith and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson. Annie Raitt McFarlane, 29,
Domestic Servant, spinster, of Annesley, Arbroath. Daughter of Charles
McFarlane, Jobbing Gardner and Jemima Smith McFarlane m.s. Raitt.
Witnesses: D. Rattray, Muirdrum, Carnoustie, Maggie McFarlane, North
Dron, Dairsie, Fife.
PLACE OF DEATH: DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY. NEWSPAPER DEATH
NOTICE,"RATTRAY", DUNDEE COURIER. RATTRAY.- SUDDENLY AT DUNDEE ROYAL
INFIRMARY, ON JANUARY 29th, 1967, ANNIE RAITT McFARLANE, BELOVED WIFE
OF CHARLES RATTRAY, 18, IRELAND STREET, CARNOUSTIE. FUNERAL ON
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd. FRIENDS WISHING TO ATTEND PLEASE MEET AT
DUNDEE CREMATORIUM AT 3 p.m., AND ACCEPT THIS (THE ONLY) INTIMATION
AND INVITATION. NO LETTERS OR FLOWERS PLEASE.
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BIO:PLACE OF FIRST MARRIAGE: ARBROATH. WEDDING INVITATION CARD TO Mr &Mrs CASEBY,
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996, for Arbroath and St Vigeans, 272/75, on
08/08/1924, at the Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, according to the
forms of the United Free Church, Charles Rattray, aged 30 years,
Blacksmith, bachelor, of Scryne, Panbridge. Son of Charles Rattray,
Blacksmith and Jane Rattray m.s. Anderson. Annie Raitt McFarlane, 29,
Domestic Servant, spinster, of Annesley, Arbroath. Daughter of Charles
McFarlane, Jobbing Gardner and Jemima Smith McFarlane m.s. Raitt.
Witnesses: D. Rattray, Muirdrum, Carnoustie, Maggie McFarlane, North
Dron, Dairsie, Fife.
PLACE OF DEATH: DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY. NEWSPAPER DEATH
NOTICE,"RATTRAY", DUNDEE COURIER. RATTRAY.- SUDDENLY AT DUNDEE ROYALINFIRMARY,
AND INVITATION. NO LETTERS OR FLOWERS PLEASE.


Richard Valentine ARBUTHNOTT

D, Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Births at Panbride, near Dundee, 316/14,on 14/07/1925, Annie McFarlane Rattray of Scryne Smithy, Panbride,Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmith (Master), and Annie Raitt Rattraym.s. McFarlane (married 08/08/1924, Arbroath). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Marriages at Carnoustie, near Dundee,274/38, on 06/11/1948, at Panbride Church, Panbride, according to theforms of the Church of Scotland. Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, aged 27years, Motor Driver, bachelor, of 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee. Son of
Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, Motor Driver, and Annie Imrie Arbuthnott,m.s. Kidd. Annie McFarlane Rattray, aged 23, Shop Assistant, spinster, of20 Ireland Street, Carnoustie. Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmithand Annie Rait Rattray m.s. McFarlane. Witnesses: Charles G. Rattray, 20Ireland Street, Carnoustie, Margaret S.R. Hansford, The Manse, Blackridge.
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D, Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Births at Panbride, near Dundee, 316/14,on 14/07/1925, Annie McFarlane Rattray of Scryne Smithy, Panbride,Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmith (Master), and Annie Raitt Rattraym.s. McFarlane (married 08/08/1924, Arbroath). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Marriages at Carnoustie, near Dundee,274/38, on 06/11/1948, at Panbride Church, Panbride, according to theforms of the Church of Scotland. Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, aged 27years, Motor Driver, bachelor, of 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee. Son of
Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, Motor Driver, and Annie Imrie Arbuthnott,m.s. Kidd. Annie McFarlane Rattray, aged 23, Shop Assistant, spinster, of20 Ireland Street, Carnoustie. Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmithand Annie Rait Rattray m.s. McFarlane. Witnesses: Charles G. Rattray, 20Ireland Street, Carnoustie, Margaret S.R. Hansford, The Manse, Blackridge.


Annie MacFarlane RATTRAY

Dundee Courier write-up of the wedding, at an as yet unknown date, washeaded "Carnoustie Bride," and read as follows. The wedding took place inPanbride Parish Church, Carnoustie, today of Miss Annie M'FarlaneRattray, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Rattray, 20, Ireland Street,Carnoustie. Her Groom was Mr Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, only son of Mrand Mrs Richard Arbuthnott, 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee.
The ceremony was conducted by the Rev David M'Arthur, assisted by Rev.Alexander Caseby, uncle of the bride. She was given away by her fatherand wore a dress of broche satin. Beneath the heart-shaped neckline theslim fitting bodice topped a gathered skirt which formed a short train. Aheaddress of orange blossom held her embroidered veil. Red carnationsformed the bridal boquet. A dress of floral ninon was
favoured by the Matron-of-Honour, Mrs L.J. Hansford, the brides cousin.Veiling and flowers formed her headdress and she carried pink carnations.The Bestman was Mr Charles Rattray, bride's brother.
Ushers were Messers Grant and Cyril Caseby, bride's cousins. Thereception was at the Station Hotel, Carnoustie.
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Births at Panbride, near Dundee, 316/14,on 14/07/1925, Annie McFarlane Rattray of Scryne Smithy, Panbride,Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmith (Master), and Annie Raitt Rattraym.s. McFarlane (married 08/08/1924, Arbroath). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Marriages at Carnoustie, near Dundee,274/38, on 06/11/1948, at Panbride Church, Panbride, according to theforms of the Church of Scotland. Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, aged 27years, Motor Driver, bachelor, of 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee. Son of
Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, Motor Driver, and Annie Imrie Arbuthnott,m.s. Kidd. Annie McFarlane Rattray, aged 23, Shop Assistant, spinster, of20 Ireland Street, Carnoustie. Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmithand Annie Rait Rattray m.s. McFarlane. Witnesses: Charles G. Rattray, 20Ireland Street, Carnoustie, Margaret S.R. Hansford, The Manse, Blackridge.

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Dundee Courier write-up of the wedding, at an as yet unknown date, washeaded "Carnoustie Bride," and read as follows. The wedding took place inPanbride Parish Church, Carnoustie, today of Miss Annie M'FarlaneRattray, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Rattray, 20, Ireland Street,Carnoustie. Her Groom was Mr Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, only son of Mrand Mrs Richard Arbuthnott, 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee.
The ceremony was conducted by the Rev David M'Arthur, assisted by Rev.Alexander Caseby, uncle of the bride. She was given away by her fatherand wore a dress of broche satin. Beneath the heart-shaped neckline theslim fitting bodice topped a gathered skirt which formed a short train. Aheaddress of orange blossom held her embroidered veil. Red carnationsformed the bridal boquet. A dress of floral ninon was
favoured by the Matron-of-Honour, Mrs L.J. Hansford, the brides cousin.Veiling and flowers formed her headdress and she carried pink carnations.The Bestman was Mr Charles Rattray, bride's brother.
Ushers were Messers Grant and Cyril Caseby, bride's cousins. Thereception was at the Station Hotel, Carnoustie.
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Births at Panbride, near Dundee, 316/14,on 14/07/1925, Annie McFarlane Rattray of Scryne Smithy, Panbride,Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmith (Master), and Annie Raitt Rattraym.s. McFarlane (married 08/08/1924, Arbroath). Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Marriages at Carnoustie, near Dundee,274/38, on 06/11/1948, at Panbride Church, Panbride, according to theforms of the Church of Scotland. Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, aged 27years, Motor Driver, bachelor, of 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee. Son of
Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, Motor Driver, and Annie Imrie Arbuthnott,m.s. Kidd. Annie McFarlane Rattray, aged 23, Shop Assistant, spinster, of20 Ireland Street, Carnoustie. Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmithand Annie Rait Rattray m.s. McFarlane. Witnesses: Charles G. Rattray, 20Ireland Street, Carnoustie, Margaret S.R. Hansford, The Manse, Blackridge.
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BIO:Dundee Courier writeup of the wedding, at an as yet unknown date, was
headed "Carnoustie Bride," and read as follows. The wedding took place
in Panbride Parish Church, Carnoustie, today of Miss Annie M'Farlane
Rattray, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Rattray, 20, Ireland
Street, Carnoustie. Her Groom was Mr Richard Val- entine Arbuthnott,
only son of Mr and Mrs Richard Arbuthnott, 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee.
The ceremony was conducted by the Rev David M'Arthur, assisted by Rev.
Alexander Caseby, uncle of the bride. She was given away by her father
and wore a dress of broche satin. Be- neath the heart-shaped neckline
the slim fitting bodice topped a gath- ered skirt which formed a short
train. A headdress of orange blossom held her embroidered veil. Red
carnat- ions formed the bridal boquet. A dress of floral ninon was
favoured by the Matron-of-honour, Mrs L.J. Hansford, the brides
cousin. Veiling and flowers formed her headdress and she carried pink
carnations. The Bestman was Mr Charles Rattray, bride's brother.
Ushers were Messers Grant and Cyril Caseby, bride's cousins. The
reception was at the Station Hotel, Carnoustie.
D, Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Births at Panbride, near Dundee,
316/14, on 14/07/1925, Annie McFarlane Rattray of Scryne Smithy,
Panbride, Daughter of Charles Rattray, Blacksmith (Master), and Annie
Raitt Rattray m.s. McFarlane (married 08/08/1924, Arbroath).
Informant: father.
D. Shippey report 08/05/1996 for Marriages at Carnoustie, nera Dundee,
274/38, on 06/11/1948, at Panbride Church, Panbride, according to the
forms of the Church of Scotland. Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, aged 27
years, Motor Driver, bachelor, of 14 Arklay Terrace, Dundee. Son of
Richard Valentine Arbuthnott, Motor Driver, and Annie Imrie
Arbuthnott, m.s. Kidd. Annie McFarlane Rattray, aged 23, Shop
Assistant, spinster, of 20 Ireland Street, Carnoustie. Daughter of
Charles Rattray, Blacksmith and Annie Rait Rattray m.s. McFarlane.
Witnesses: Charles G. Rattray, 20 ireland Street, Carnoustie, Margaret
S.R. Hansford, The Manse, Blackridge.