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The genealogy of Philip Butler Watt from Edinburgh; his wife, Elizabeth Paterson from Dundee; his mother, Jacobina Christie & his grandmother, Catherine Butler.

Last update: 6 Apr 2007

See also
Philip BUTLER's brother: James BUTLER (1753-1831)
Jean GALLOWAY's parents: James GALLOWAY (1704?- ) and Jean SMALL (1705- )

Family of Philip BUTLER and Jean GALLOWAY

Husband: Philip BUTLER (1740-bef1798)
Wife: Jean GALLOWAY (1744- )
Children: Jean BUTLER (1767- )
Philip BUTLER (1768- )
Catharine BUTLER (1770-1830?)
Marriage 31 Jan 1766 Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 1

Husband: Philip BUTLER

Name: Philip BUTLER
Sex: Male
Father: John BUTLER (1710?- )
Mother: Katherin(e) BROWN (1712?- )
Birth 1 Oct 1740 Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 2
Occupation Shipmaster 3,4,5,6
Death bef 9 Feb 1798 (age 57) 7

Additional Information

Occupation In 1786 he was Master of the Diligence sailing to London. This was possibly the same coaster that in 1775 sailed from Dover to London arriving July 5th or 6th then leaving on July 7th or 8th heading for Portsmouth.

Wife: Jean GALLOWAY

Name: Jean GALLOWAY
Sex: Female
Father: James GALLOWAY (1704?- )
Mother: Jean SMALL (1705- )
Birth 15 May 1744 8
Christening 20 May 1744 (as an infant) Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 8

Child 1: Jean BUTLER

Name: Jean BUTLER
Sex: Female
Spouse: Andrew YOUNG (1764?- )
Birth 8 Apr 1767 2
Christening 12 Apr 1767 (as an infant) Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 2

Child 2: Philip BUTLER

Name: Philip BUTLER
Sex: Male
Birth 17 Nov 1768 2
Christening 20 Nov 1768 (as an infant) Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 2

Child 3: Catharine BUTLER

Name: Catharine BUTLER 2,9
Sex: Female
Spouse: James WATT (1767-1831?)
Birth 10 Sep 1770 2
Christening 14 Sep 1770 (as an infant) Anstruther Easter,,Fife,Scotland 2
Death 1830 (app) (age 59-60) 10

Sources

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index (R)" (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002). Batch #: M114024, Source Call #: 1040145, Printout Call #: 6900284; OPR extract.
Family History Library. Web: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp.
2Ibid. Batch #: C114024, Source Call #: 1040145, Printout Call #: 6900283; OPR extract.
3"OPR South Leith". 692/002 0110 0171.
Text From Source: James Watt bookbinder in Edinburgh and Katharin Butler daughter of Philip Butler shipmaster in Leith.....
National Archives of Scotland. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php.
4"Edinburgh Advertiser". Apr 4th 1786.
Text From Source: To LONDON, The DILIGENCE, PHILIP BUTLER, Master. Now lying at berth in Leith harbour, taking in goods, and will sail t-j'.h This Ship has excellent accommodation for fore freight or passage, apply Master at the ship, to Andrew Curtis, at the Exchange Coffee house, Edin' or at hi-. in Leith.
5"Lloyd's Evening Post". 1775.
6"Edinburgh Advertiser". July 1st 1794.
Text From Source: The brig Ann, of Grangemouth -from for Oporto, spoke, with by Captain Butler of the arrival at Liverpool, on the. 24th ult. in lat. 54: 30, long, ij, all well.
ult. is short for ultimo which means in the month preceding (before the current month)
7Ibid. Feb 9th 1798.
Text From Source: THE ASSORTMENT IS AS FOLLOWS: SALE OF FURNITURE. To be SOLD by Auction, on Monday the 19th current, and following days, in the house of Mr. Philip Butler, foot of Leith Walk, A GREAT VARIETY of Dining-room, Drawing-room Bed-room, and kitchen furniture, with a large assortment of China, Paints and Glass Lustres: also a remarkable fine toned Piano Forte; a large Quantity of Ropes, Sails Blocks and Tackle. To be put up in Lots at the pleasure of the The Sale to begin each day at 11 o'clock, and to continue G. ROSS, Auctioneer, till the whole is sold off.
8Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index (R)" (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002). Batch #: C114024; OPR extract.
Family History Library. Web: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp.
9Ibid. Batch #: C119821, Source Call #: 1066688, Printout Call #: 6900814; OPR extract.
10(a descendant of Susan Watt.), "Dr Susan Torrance Danielson's research" (c.1970).

 

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Philip Butler Watt (1823-1906)