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Alexander ROBIN

BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, 1891 Census for North Leith, Edinburgh,
692.1/2/4, at 27 Bridge Street, Edinburgh (2 rooms), lists the
folowing; Alexander Robin, head, married, 55, Carter, b. Kinrossshire,
Fossoway. Isabella Robin, wife, married, 52, Lunndress, b.
Kinrossshire, Orwell. David Robin, son, unmarried, 30, General
Labourer, b. Fife, (Ginglassie?) Kinglassie. Alexander Robin, son,
unmarried, 15, Zinc Cleaner, b. Edinburgh, Leith, then this all scored
out in the Census sheet for some unspecified reason.
D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Portmoak, 464/6, on
12/10/1860 states; At Portmoak Manse, according to the forms of the
Church of Scotland; Alexander Robin, 27, of Findaty, Portmoak parish,
Farmservant, bachelor. Son of David Robin, Labourer, deceased, and
Janet Robin m.s. Mill., Isabella Tod, 21, of Brackly, Portmoak Parish,
spinster, daughter of Robert Tod, Farm Servant and Elizabeth Tod m.s.
Beveridge. Witnesses: Thomas Reid, James Dick.
See David Robin (919) for 1841 Census details.
[Testing98.ftw]

BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, 1891 Census for North Leith, Edinburgh,
692.1/2/4, at 27 Bridge Street, Edinburgh (2 rooms), lists the
folowing; Alexander Robin, head, married, 55, Carter, b. Kinrossshire,
Fossoway. Isabella Robin, wife, married, 52, Lunndress, b.
Kinrossshire, Orwell. David Robin, son, unmarried, 30, General
Labourer, b. Fife, (Ginglassie?) Kinglassie. Alexander Robin, son,
unmarried, 15, Zinc Cleaner, b. Edinburgh, Leith, then this all scored
out in the Census sheet for some unspecified reason.
D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Portmoak, 464/6, on
12/10/1860 states; At Portmoak Manse, according to the forms of the
Church of Scotland; Alexander Robin, 27, of Findaty, Portmoak parish,
Farmservant, bachelor. Son of David Robin, Labourer, deceased, and
Janet Robin m.s. Mill., Isabella Tod, 21, of Brackly, Portmoak Parish,
spinster, daughter of Robert Tod, Farm Servant and Elizabeth Tod m.s.
Beveridge. Witnesses: Thomas Reid, James Dick.
See David Robin (919) for 1841 Census details.

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BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, 1891 Census for North Leith, Edinburgh,
692.1/2/4, at 27 Bridge Street, Edinburgh (2 rooms), lists the
folowing; Alexander Robin, head, married, 55, Carter, b. Kinrossshire,
Fossoway. Isabella Robin, wife, married, 52, Lunndress, b.
Kinrossshire, Orwell. David Robin, son, unmarried, 30, General
Labourer, b. Fife, (Ginglassie?) Kinglassie. Alexander Robin, son,
unmarried, 15, Zinc Cleaner, b. Edinburgh, Leith, then this all scored
out in the Census sheet for some unspecified reason.
D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Portmoak, 464/6, on
12/10/1860 states; At Portmoak Manse, according to the forms of the
Church of Scotland; Alexander Robin, 27, of Findaty, Portmoak parish,
Farmservant, bachelor. Son of David Robin, Labourer, deceased, and
Janet Robin m.s. Mill., Isabella Tod, 21, of Brackly, Portmoak Parish,
spinster, daughter of Robert Tod, Farm Servant and Elizabeth Tod m.s.
Beveridge. Witnesses: Thomas Reid, James Dick.
See David Robin (919) for 1841 Census details.


Isabella TOD

BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Alva 470/7, for 19/06/1860,
shows Isabella Robin as a witness at her sister's wedding, i.e. Annie
Thompson Robin (924) to William Murray (927).
[Testing98.ftw]

BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Alva 470/7, for 19/06/1860,
shows Isabella Robin as a witness at her sister's wedding, i.e. Annie
Thompson Robin (924) to William Murray (927).
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BIO:D. Shippey report 26/07/96, Marriages for Alva 470/7, for 19/06/1860,
shows Isabella Robin as a witness at her sister's wedding, i.e. Annie
Thompson Robin (924) to William Murray (927).


Alexander ROBIN

BIO:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details in 1891 and
note that for some reason his name was cross off that Census list.
[Testing98.ftw]

BIO:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details in 1891 and
note that for some reason his name was cross off that Census list.
[Caseby01.ged]

BIO:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details in 1891 and
note that for some reason his name was cross off that Census list.


David ROBIN

:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details.
D. Shippey report, 26/07/96, Births for Kinglassie, Fife, 440/14, on
05/02/1861, David Robin at Firmont. Son of Alexander Robin,
Agricultural Labourer and Isabella Robin m.s. Tod (married 12/10/1860,
Portmoak). Informant: father.
[Testing98.ftw]

BIO:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details.
D. Shippey report, 26/07/96, Births for Kinglassie, Fife, 440/14, on
05/02/1861, David Robin at Firmont. Son of Alexander Robin,
Agricultural Labourer and Isabella Robin m.s. Tod (married 12/10/1860,
Portmoak). Informant: father.
[Caseby01.ged]

BIO:See Alexander Robin (726), his father, for Census details.
D. Shippey report, 26/07/96, Births for Kinglassie, Fife, 440/14, on
05/02/1861, David Robin at Firmont. Son of Alexander Robin,
Agricultural Labourer and Isabella Robin m.s. Tod (married 12/10/1860,
Portmoak). Informant: father.


Wilhelm Benjamin DOSSO

Information supplied by Ann Dosso, daughter, who married my older brotherGeorge Grant Caseby in Vancouver, Canada.
Ann told me that her parents moved from Russia to Canada in 1925 to avoidpersecution.[Testing98.ftw]

Information supplied by Ann Dosso, daughter, who married my older brotherGeorge Grant Caseby in Vancouver, Canada.
Ann told me that her parents moved from Russia to Canada in 1925 to avoidpersecution.