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Robert Macfie of Langhouse


Saltaire Crest Langhouse




thistle thistle
Robert Macfie
Agnes Fairrie
(1812-1899)
(1802-1900)

Robert was born in Greenock, Scotland,  second son of William and his first wife Jessie (Johnston).  In typical Scottish fashion he was named Robert after his father's father   Robert of Langhouse, Inverkip, his older brother William having been named after his father.  Robert was born in to a well to do family of sugar refiners, who had successful sugar boiling operations in Greenock, and Leith  producing for not only the local markets, but those in foreign lands , Russia, Sweden and Canada. The family operated a grocery business in Greenock and had investments in several other industrial undertaking such a coal, railways and sailing vessels.

Robert Macfie, was the first Macfie to seek a family Coat of Arms, and did on the twenteth day of November 1863, becoming recognized as Robert Macfie of Langhouse, Renfrewshire , Airds ,Oban and Glenshelleck , Argyllshire on the eighteenth day of November 1864.

It is through his application to the Lord Lyons of  Scotland, that we find the many  bearers of Arms of the Clan Macfie in possession of their own family Coat of Arms, all bearing similarities to Robert's original personal arms.

While his grandfather Robert Macfie, was the first to have taken possession of the superiority of Langhouse, and William his father, was the one who castleized the original building , both gentlemen may have been know as Macfie of Langhouse ,but this was not the official nor registered designation that is recognized today as being the origins of the symbols used by Clan Macfie. Only in 1864 did the symbols of the Macfie become recognized as official  and this was a direct result of young Robert's desire to portray himself as part of the establishment of that time.

In 1867, following Robert Macfie of Langhouse, Airds , Oban and Glenshellack's notoriety,  his cousin Robert Andrew Macfie, who had by then purchased the estate of Dreghorn, just out side of Leith, and who had become involved in politics, decided that he also should be possessed of a personal Coat of Arms. The arms of Macfie of Dreghorn, were then granted by the Court of the Lord Lyons of Scotland, based on the first recorded  Macfie arms in Scotland ( those of Robert Macfie of Langhouse - 1864)
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The original Macfie of Langhouse  Arms , now belong to Robert James Macfie of Luton Park, England. he being a direct male descendant of Robert Macfie. The orignial Macfie of Dreghorn Arms  being now exthinguished, as there are no longer any male members of that family living, and not any of the male family members attempted to transfer his arms to any of thier daughters.




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A story of Robert Macfie,  researched  , written and published by Vanessa Jane King , of Ireland



      William Macfie -       Jessie Johnstone
1776-1854            1786-1817
James Fairrie -      Mary Colquhoun
1754-1815                   1777- 1853

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Macfie of Langhouse, Airds and Beach (M.A. 1864)

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Robert Macfie
1812-1899
Married
April 18, 1838
Greenock, Scotland
Agnes Fairrie
1813-1900

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Mary Colquhoun Macfie
   1839-1911
William Macfie
1840-1912
Jessie Johnstone Macfie
1842-1842
James Fairrie Macfie
1843-1844
Robert Craigie Macfie
1845-1913
Agnes Fairrie Macfie
1847-1926
Johnstone Macfie
1848-1934
Jane Fairrie Macfie
1850-1853
John Robert Macfie
1853-1929
Catherine Marshall Macfie
1854-1927
Andrew Laurie Macfie
1860-1936

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All the children would have been born at Deerspark, Greenock, excepting Catherine Marshall who was born at Thornhill, Greenock and Andrew Laurie who was born at Airds  Argyllshire

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MACFIE- FRASER

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Mary Colquhoun Macfie
1839-1911
Married
August 5 , 1868
Airds, Scotland
John Hutcheson Fraser
1823-1884

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Agnes Fairrie Fraser
1869-1932
Hannah Hutchieson Fraser
1871-1952
Mary Lillian Fraser
1872-1889
Katherine Penelope Fraser
1874-1950
John Alexander Fraser
1876-1939
Robert Macfie Fraser
1877-1889
William Colquhoun Fraser
1883-1959

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John Hutchiseson Fraser was a  Minister of  the Church of  Scotland
Mary Colquhoun Macfie-Fraser died at Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow

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MACFIE -TOWERS


1st marriage
Willaim Macfie
1840-1912
Married
April 28, 1864
Glasgow, Scotland
Agnes Hamilton Towers
1847-1864
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Agnes Towers was born at Falkirk, June 1 1847, and died on the 15th of June 1864, only a few months after her marriage

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The Macfie family leaves Scotland and  establishes themselves in England

The Macfie family aligns itself with the Allan family - the Allan Steamship people

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MACFIE     -      ALLAN

2 nd marriage
James Allan & Mary Gilkison
William Macfie
1840-1912
Married
March 20,1867
Uplands Hall
Lancashire England
Jane Crawford Allan
1848-1917

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Robert  Macfie
1868-1889
Eleanora Gilkison  Macfie
1869-1905
James Allan Macfie
1871-1958
Morna Graham Macfie
1873-
Jane Crawford Allan Macfie
1876-1909
Claud Macfie
1878-1963
William Leslie Macfie
1881-1960
Edmund Shaw Macfie
1883-1963

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William Macfie, died at Uplands Hall, Lancashire England
Children Robert, Eleonora and James Allan were born at Liverpool, England while the rest of the children were born at Birkdale , Lancashire, England


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Eleanora Glikison Macfie
1869-xxxx
Married 
October 21 1903
Liverpool, England
Douglas Grant Laidlaw
1874-1948

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No issue from this union

in 1911 they were living in Staverton, Daventry, Northamptonshire, England


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James Allan Macfie
1871-1958
Married
April 21, 1896
Liverpool , England
Ella Constance Lowndes
1873-xxxx

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Ellaline Lydia Joan Macfie
1899-1969

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Constance Lowndes daughter of Mr. Hugh Lowndes, of Liverpool and Bodwyn, Gresford, to James Allan Macfie, of Birkdale. was celebrated at Gresford Parish Church.

The officiating clergymen were the Rev. Mr. Stevenson, St. James's Church, Birk dale;

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James Allan is living in Wirral, Cheshire England in 1911, where his daughter Joan as she appears to have been called,   was born

James Allan died at Conway, Wales

"Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership
 heretofore subsisting between the undersigned,
John William Macfie, John Graham the Elder, Allan
Fullarton Macfie, Robert Andrew Scott Macfie, James
Allan Macfie, Charles Wahab Scott Macfie, John
Graham the Younger, and Robert Macfie Easton,
carrying on business as Sugar Refiners, in co-partnership,
under the style of MACFIE AND SONS, at
Leith Offices, Moorfield, in the city of Liverpool, has
been dissolved by mutual consent as from the 31st
day of October, 1913, so far as the said Allan Fullar-
ton Macfie is concerned, on which date the said Allan
Fullarton Macfie retired from the said firm. All
debts due to and owing by the said late firm will
be received and paid by the said John William
Macfie, John Graham the Elder, Robert Andrew Scott
Macfie, James Allan Macfie, Charles Wahab Scott
Macfie, John Graham the Younger, and Robert Macfie
Easton, by whom the business will be continued under
the same style or firm of  - Macfie and Sons.—

Dated this 29th day of November, 1913.
J. W. MACFIE.
JOHN GRAHAM.
A. F. MACFIE.
R. A. SCOTT MACFIE.
JAMES A. MACFIE.
CHARLES W. S. MACFIE:
JOHN GRAHAM, JUNB.
 ROBERT M. EASTON.


James Allan Macfie was Chairman of the Liverpool sugar business until it became part of Tate & Lyle in 1938.



1st marriage 
Ellaline Lydia Joan Macfie
1899-1969
Married
August 20, 1921
Liverpool, England
Arthur Reynell Tipton
1896-1972

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2nd marriage 
Ellaline Lydia Joan Macfie
1899-1969
Married
September , 1933
Knutsford, England
Jack Armand Cunningham
1891-1956


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Jack Armand Cunningham

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jack Armand Cunningham
Born 4 December 1890
Liverpool, England
Died 3 April 1956 (aged 65)
Hoylake, Cheshire, England
Allegiance United Kingdom
Service/branch British Army
Royal Air Force
Years of service 1910–1945
Rank Lieutenant Colonel
Unit Royal Artillery
No. 18 Squadron RFC
No. 6 Squadron RFC
No. 65 Squadron RAF
No. 65 Wing RAF
Awards
  • Distinguished Service Order
  • Distinguished Flying Cross
  • Legion d'honneur (France)
  • Croix de guerre (France)
  • Order of Leopold (Belgium)
  • Croix de guerre (Belgium)

Lieutenant Colonel Jack Armand Cunningham DSO, DFC (4 December 1890 – 3 April 1956) was an English World War I flying ace credited with 10 aerial victories. His victory record was remarkable for being scored over a four-year stretch, using four different types of aircraft. Cunningham continued his lengthy military career until the end of World War II, when he retired.


World War I

Cunningham first served as a second lieutenant in the Royal Field Artillery. He was granted the Royal Aero Club Aviator's Certificate No. 623 at the Bristol School, Brooklands, on 12 September 1913 He was promoted to lieutenant on 23 December 1913. Soon after the outbreak of World War I he was seconded to the Royal Flying Corps, and was appointed a flying officer on 12 September 1914.

On 16 May 1915 Cunningham was appointed a flight commander with the rank of temporary captain. He served in 5 Squadron from 7 July to 18 October 1915 in Warwickshire, England.

After a transfer to 18 Squadron in France, on 28 November 1915 Cunningham and his observer used a Vickers Gunbus to drive down an LVG reconnaissance machine down over La Bassée. On 29 December 1915, Cunningham had switched to a single-seat Bristol Scout to drive down an Aviatik recon plane over Provin. On 5 February 1916, he used an Airco DH.2 to force an Albatros recon machine to land at Carvin

Effective 15 July 1916, Cunningham was appointed a squadron commander, with the concomitant rank of temporary major. He would not score his next victories until 18 December 1917, when he was apparently commanding 65 Squadron. He became an ace flying a Sopwith Camel fighter to destroy one German Albatros D.V fighter and drive another down out of control.

Cunningham scored again on 5 February 1918, when he destroyed an Albatros D.V over Beythem. On 12 March, he destroyed an Albatros over Westrozebeke, Belgium. Five days later, he destroyed another over Zuidhoek. He destroyed another one east of Demuin, France on 3 April 1918.

On 2 June 1918, Cunningham was promoted to temporary lieutenant colonel while he was assigned as such. The following day, he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in the King's birthday honours.

Cunningham would win one final victory, when he destroyed a German reconnaissance two-seater over the English Channel off the Belgian coast on 3 August 1918 for his tenth win. He was flying with 65 Wing at the time.

Post World War I

On 1 January 1919, Cunningham was awarded the Distinguished Service Order  This honour was followed by others; on 5 April 1919, he was awarded the French Croix de guerre and Chevalier de Legion d'honneur and in July 1922 he was awarded with the Croix de Chevalier of Order of Leopold and the Croix de Guerre from Belgium.

On 23 April 1919, he gave up both his commission as captain in Royal Regiment of Artillery and as temporary lieutenant colonel in RAF. The same day he was assigned to the General Reserve of Officers (Royal Artillery) with the rank of captain, with seniority from 8 August 1916. He was transferred to the unemployed list of the Royal Air Force on 26 April 1919, retaining the honorary rank of lieutenant colonel.

His activities over the new few years are unrecorded; however, on 8 September 1923 Captain J. A. Cunningham DSO DFC resigned his commission in the Royal Regiment of Artillery, meaning he must have re-enrolled.[17]

The record then lapses for a decade. On 1 September 1933, Cunningham married Ellaline Lydia Joan Macfie at Knutsford.] He would not come to notice again until World War II.

World War II and beyond

On 13 August 1939, he was commissioned as a captain in the British Regular Army Reserve; his seniority of rank was set as 14 July 1932, indicating he previously held a captain's commission on that date. The following day he was appointed a temporary General Staff Officer (3rd grade) attached to the Territorial Army

On 9 April 1945, Major Cunningham was released from the Reserves on account of age; he was allowed the honorary rank of lieutenant colonel.

On 3 April 1956, Jack Armand Cunningham died at Dunloch, Hoylake, Cheshire, England

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Morna Graham Macfie
1873-1956
Married
December 19, 1899
Southport, England
Henry Hawkesley Hall
1871-xxxx

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William Robert Hawkesly Hall
1901-1972
Frederick Allan Hawkesly Hall
1904-1978

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Henry Southworth, grocer, Philip Ashcroft, produce merchant, Allan Isaac Petyt, physician, Rev. Henry Hawkesley Hall, all of Rufford, and Thomas Charles Porter of Mawdesley, all being the Managers of Rufford School

William Robert Hawkesley Hall. Trinity College, Cambridge 1920-23, BA 1923, MA 1928. Wells Theological College 1924. Made Deacon 1925. Made Priest, 1926 by the Bishop of Ripon. Curate of Bedale, Yorks, 1925-29; Curate of Sefton, in charge of St Stephen Hightown, 1929-33. Rector of Ashton-in-Makefield from 1933.

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Jane Crawford Allan Macfie
1876-1909
Married
June 11, 1908
Woodplumpton, England
Robert Matali Reid
xxxx-1909

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David Matali Reid
1909-1982
George Matali Reid
1909-1909

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Jane Crawford  appears to have died as a result of childbirth of twins, and her husband of a broken heart. 

On the 1911 census  there is a David 2 years of age listed  in Bury Lancaster, there are several Reid families  in this parish, so it might be able to assume that David was taken in buy Robert's  relatives, as there does not appear to be any Macfie relations in this parish.

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Claud Macfie
1878-1963
Married
December 24, 1927
London, England
Noel Lucy Martha Dyer-Edwards
1878-1956

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Lady Rothes ( Noel Lucy Martha Dyer- Edwards)  was a survivor of the Titanic sinking

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Crest Langhouse  Macfie of Langhouse (M.A. -1912)

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William Leslie Macfie
1881-1964
Married
August 17, 1904
Glasgow, Scotland
Barbara Ann Elwood
xxxx-1953

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William Macfie
1910-1916
Robert William Ronald Macfie
1917-1988
Barbara Rosaleen Macfie
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Jan. 30, 1934. w MACHE 1,945,116

SAFETY DEVICE FOR PRESSES AND THE LIKE Filed Aug. 6, 1930

MACFIE SAFETY DEVICE FOR PRESSES AND THE LIKE Filed Aug. 6, 1930   ,   Patented Jan. 30, 1934 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

William Leslie Macfie, London,

England, as-

signor to Andrew & Suter Limited, London, England, a British Company Application August 6, 1930, Serial No. 473,505, and in Great Britain June 20, 1930

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Crest Langhouse Macfie of Langhouse ( M.A. -1983)

1st marriage
Robert William Ronald Macfie
1917-1988
Married
August 17,1944
Liverpool , England
Christine Edna Reeks
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Jennifer Ann Macfie
1950-xxxx
Robert James Macfie
1951-xxxx
Nicolas Paul Macfie
1954-xxxx


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2nd marriage

Robert William Ronald Macfie
1917-1988
Married

Liverpool , England
Yvonne Gwendoline Ann Mole/Jillings
1927-1988

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Crest Langhouse Macfie of Langhouse (M.A. -1984)

Robert James

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Robert James Macfie
1951-xxxx
Married
Luton, England
Susan Margaret Thompson
1959-xxxx

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Elizabeth Katherine Macfie
1983-xxxx
Christine Mary Macfie
1985-xxxx

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Elizabeth Katherine Macfie
1983-xxxx
Married
Luton, England
Jermery Walker
19xx-xxxx

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Christine Mary Macfie
1985-xxxx
Married
Apr 24 2012
England
Christiaan Gosseling
19xx-xxxx

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Robert James  Macfie is the last living bearer of the original arms of " Macfie of Langhouse , Renfrewshire , Airds ,Oban and Glenshelleck , Argyllshire"

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Barbara Rosaleen Macfie
xxxx-xxxx
Married
Luton, England
Tom Osborn
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Edmund Shaw Macfie
1883-1963
Married
June 21 1906
Glasgow, Scotland
May Wilson Bradley
xxxx-1967

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Pauline Allan Macfie
1908-1995
Jean Crawford Macfie
1911-xxxx



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Pauline Allan Macfie
1908-1995
Married
September 29, 1941
Chelmsford , England
Geoffery Ault Prentice
xxxx-1984

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Ian Prentice
1947-xxxx
Neil Prentice
1949-xxxx
Septhen Prentice
1952-xxxx

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Ian Prentice
1947-xxxx
Married
May 3rd 1975

Christine Wheatley
xxxx-xxxx

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Sarah Prentice
1982-xxxxx

Philip Prentice
1987-xxxx

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Jean Crawford Macfie
1911-xxxx
Married
Christopher Vernon King
1910-1966

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David Crawford King
1947-1977
Vanessa Jane King
1950-xxxx

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Crest Langhouse Macfie of Langhouse ( M.A. 200x)

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Vanessa Jane King
1950-xxxx
Married
October 3 1987
Thomas Nash
1959-xxxx

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Nesta Fleur King
1974-xxxx
Thomas Colin Nash
1988-xxxx

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Nesta Fleur King
19xx-xxxx
Married

Mr Unknown
19xx-xxxx

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Nesta Fleur King has just had a baby boy this December,( 2014 ) adding one more child  to the vast line of relatives  of  the Sugar Macfie family

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MACFIE- DENNISTON

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Robert Craigie Macfie
1845-1913
Married
September 10 , 1873
Lisemore, Scotland
Elisabeth Barbara Ann Denniston
1852-1926

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Robert William Macfie
1877-1939
James Denniston Macfie
1880-1953
Thomas Fairrie Macfie
1883-1926
Hugh Davies Macfie
1883-1885
Marjory Jane Macfie
1886-xxxx

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Robert William, and James   are noted as being born in Ireland
Robert Craigie died at Wimbledon, Surrey England

|1st Inverness-shire, Robert Craigie Macfie, Gent.,
to be Lieutenant (Supernumerary). Dated
22nd March, 1884.


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Robert William Macfie
1877-1939
Married
November 30, 1903,
Helen Maude Walsh
1883-1948

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Mary Elizabeth Fitzmaurice Macfie
1910-1963
Helen Aileen Johnstone Macfie
1918-1978

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Helen Maude Walsh is from Dublin, Ireland
Robert was Capt in the Kings Liverpool Regiment  - 1914
Robert  William died at Reading Berkshire England

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Mary Elizabeth Fitzmaurice Macfie
1910--1963
Married
Derrick Russell
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Helen  Aileen Johnstone Macfie
1918-1978
Married
December 25, 1945
Germany
Henry W Alexander
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Henry W Alexander , was Lt, US Army, 2nd Armoured Division  - WWII
Helen  was a
F.A.N.Y. in WWII , worked with S.O.E. in Algiers
and the Red Cross in Paris

Notes kindly provided by Timothy D Alexander, Mass. USA (17-07-2005)

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James Denniston Macfie
1880-1953
Married
July 14, 1915
Colchester, England
Helda M Moir
xxxx-xxxx

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James Denniston Macfie is a graduate of medicine from the Universty of Glasgow - MB Baes Surg.
According to the notes in Lady McLure's register, written by we have assumed Lillian Macfie of Clarenceville, James married Helda M Moir.
According to notes found on the internet by Kitty Brewster , James would have married May Wilson Bradley who died April 2nd 1967. ( more verification has to be done here)

James was born in Ireland and died in Colchester England

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Thomas Fairrie Macfie
1883-1926
Married
May 12, 1908
Liverpool, England
Edith Jane Wood
1890-xxxx

Edith Jane was the youngest daughter of Edmund Wood, a Retailer of beer, and his wife Fanny, she was born in Sussex, East Grinstead  England

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Marjory Jane Macfie
1886-xxxx
Married
January 14 ,1914
Liverpool ,England
Guy Boustead
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MACFIE -MACKAY


Agnes Fairrie Macfie
1847-1926
Married
March 29 ,1882
Airds, Scotland
John Mackay
1840-xxxx

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Mary Fairrie Mackay
1883-1972

Katherine Laurie     
 Mackay
1884-1906
    Agnes Fairrie Mackay
1885-1943

  Robina Mackay
1893-1982
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MACFIE- SERVICE
John Robert Macfie
1853-1929
Married
March 31 1887
Patrick, Scotland

Jane Service

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                                                   Jessie Service Macfie
                                                                                         1891-xxxx






Jessie Service  Macfie
1891-1956
Married
Scotland

Mr. Roy

xxxx-xxxx


          No Issue




MACFIE- PATTISON
Catherine Marshall Macfie
1854-1927
Married
October 2, January 1879
Airds House
Appin, Scotland
James Pattison
1846-1931
Agnes Fairrie Pattison
1880-1958
Jane Thompson Pattison
1883-1968
Kathleen Mary Pattison
1884-1968
James William Henry Pattison
1886-1925
Robert Macfie Pattison
1889-1915


Robert Macfie Pattison was killed in action at Galliopoli 28 June 1915


MACFIE -POST

Crels Langhouse Macfie of Langhouse  (M.A. - 1926)
Andrew Laurie Macfie
1860-1936
Married
April 29, 1903
New York, NY, USA
Mary Maclaren Post
1837-xxxx

                              Kenneth Laurie Macfie
                          1906-1981


It is believed that Andrew Laurie Macfie is the last Macfie to have died at Langhouse, Inveirkip, Scotland. The Castleized home had become too expensive to upkeep and it was sold to outside interests in 1938.






Crels Langhouse Macfie of Langhouse  (M.A. - 1932)
Kenneth Laurie Macfie
  1906-1981
Married
December 10, 1949
Westminster,England
Marjorie Isabel (Webb) Baker
1914-1997

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Kenneth Laurie Macfie was granted Arms in 1932
Second marriage for Marjorie
Kenneth was born in Liverpool, England and died a Monkswood, Worcester, England

FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES.


Major K. L. MACFIE and Mrs. M. I. BAKER. The marriage arranged between Kenneth Laurie, only son of the late Brigadier-General and Mrs. A. L. MACFIE, of Langhouse, Inverkip, and Mrs. Marjorie Isabel BAKER, elder daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. WEBB of Chatham, will take place quietly in London early in December.






FRASER family realtions
Agnes Fairrie Fraser
1869-1932
Married
October 4, 1905
Scotland

James Taylor

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Agnes was born at Rosskeen Scotland, and died at Brigde of Weir

Hannah Hutcheson Fraser
1871-1952
Married
June 29, 1900
Langhouse
Renfrewshire, Scotland

Alister Stewart Fraser

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Ian Stewart Fraser
1901-xxxx
Mary Stewart Fraser
1904-xxxx
Margaret Stewart Fraser
1906-xxxx
Lilian Adare Fraser
1909-xxxx
Hannah was born at Rosskeen, Scotland and died at Bridge of Weir

John Alexander Hutcheson Fraser
1876-1939
Married
November 24, 1904
New South Wales, Australia
 Una Mary Victoria Newman
1880--1962

                          Penelope Hutchieson  Fraser
1909-xxxx


John Alexander Fraser  born at Rosskeen, Scotland, emigrated to Queensland Australia and died at Maryborough


William Colquhoun Fraser
1883-1968
Married

Robina Marquis
1879-1960

William Colquhoun Fraser,  the Great-Grandson of William Macfie (1776-1854) through Robert , his son , married Robina Marquis the Great  Granddaughter of  William Macfie (1776-1854) through Margaret, his daughter .

William Colquhoun Fraser died at Stirling, Scotland


Mackay family relationships
Mary Fairrie Mackay
1883-1972
Married
September 25, 1907
                     Inverness, Scotland    
John Young
xxxx-1938
Katherine Margaret Young
1909-1989

Ian Campbell Young
1911-xxxx
Charles Graeme Young
1912-1968

Robert Macfie Young
1915-2002

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Ian Campbell Young
1911-xxxx
Married
April 18, 1936
Inverness Scotland

Dorthy Ellison

xxxx-xxxx


Majorie Young

xxxx-xxxx

An Adopted Child

xxxx-xxxx


Charles Graeme Young
1912-1968

Married
Inverness, Scotland

Irene Unknown

xxxx-xxxx-

Colin Graeme Young
1949-xxxx

Colin Graeme Young
1949-xxxx
Married
Durban ,South Africa 
Angela Law
xxxx-xxxx
Megan Young
1980-xxxx
Melissa Young
1982-xxxx
Scott Graeme Nicholes Young
1985-xxxx




Robert Macfie Young
1915-2002
                         Married
 December 19 , 1947
                 Alyth, Perthshire
                      Scotland

Margaret Austin MacCaig

xxxx-xxxx

Robert Macfie Douglas Young
1948-xxxx
Karin Young
1951-xxxx
Eric Macfie Young
1955-xxxx
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Robert Macfie Douglas Young
1948-xxxx
Married  
Elgin, Scotland

Alexandra MacKenzie

xxxx-xxxx

Robert Macfie MacKenzie Young
1980-xxxx

1st marriage 
Karin Young
1951-xxxx
Married

Cawdor, Scotland

 Geoffery Bell

xxxx-xxxx

Jennifer Hazel Bell
1980-xxxx
Andrew Richard Bell
1981-xxxx
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2nd marriage 
Karin Young
1951-xxxx
Married

 Scotland

 Ian Thomson

xxxx-xxxx

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Karin is presently reviewing her father's extensive holdings of family papers and notes and is providing me with updates, and other very much appreciated information, my conrrespondance with her father allowed me to put together many of these pages, with out his aid, and that of his cousin Ulf Hagman of Sweden , none of this would have been possible  - I am very  indebted to these two cousins .

Eric Macfie Young
1955-xxxx
Married
Stow ,Scotland

Karen Coltart

xxxx-xxxx


Cameron James Macfie Young 
1991-xxxx
Charlotte Emily Margaret Young
1993-xxxx
Ruaridh John Macfie Young
1995-xxxx
Robert Finlay Michael Young
2001-xxxx




Agnes Fairrie Mackay
1885-1943
Married 
1924
Inverness, Scotland

Somerville Gilchrist

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PATTISON  family relationships 
Agnes Fairrie Pattison
1880-1958
Married 
June 15, 1909
                              Scotland

David Churchill Tennant Sloan

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William Tennant Sloan
1910-xxx
James Pattison Sloan
1912-xxxx

Robert Macfie Sloan

xxxx-xxxx

Alister Wilfred Sloan
1918-xxxx

Vida Sloan

xxxx-xxxx




Jane Thompson Pattison
1883-1968
Married
March 22, 1906
Scotland

Thomas David Luke

xxxx-xxxx

Katherine Mary Davy Luke
1907-xxxx
Robert Frances Luke
1910-xxxx

Deyrk Luke

xxxx-xxxx




Kathleen Mary Pattison
1884-1968
Married

Frank Carr

xxxx-xxxx

Olive Carr

xxxx-xxxx



James William Henry Pattison
1886-1925
Married
1920
Scotland
Annie Maitland Moir
1887-1935
James Godfrey Pattison
1921-1929
Frederick L M Pattison
1923-xxxx


Frederick L M Pattison
1923-xxxx
Married
1950
Scotland
Annie Ogilvie Robinson
1920-xxxx
Penelope Margaret Pattison
1951-xxxx
Elizabeth Ann Pattison
1953-xxxx
Roselind Jane Pattison
1955-xxxx
David Robert Maitland Pattison
1958-xxxx


Frederick L M Pattison is a Professor at  Western University in London Ont ; Frederick was kind enough to send me pictures of the property called  Beach, that we find listed in the maticulation of Robert Macfie of Langhouse 1864

Penelope Margaret Pattison
1951-xxxx
Married

Rudolph Van de Ham

xxxx-xxxx


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Elizabeth Ann Pattison
1953-xxxx
Married

Lawrence Clipperton

xxxx-xxxx

Amy Elisabeth Clipperton
1981-xxxx
Benjamin Frederick Clipperton
1984-xxxx



Roselind Jane Pattison
1955-xxxx
Married

Raymond Foucault

xxxx-xxxx

Marion Foucault
1987-xxxx
Julia Nicole Foucault
1989-xxxx

Possible link to Sieur Foucault


David Robert Maitland Pattison
1958-xxxx
Married

Catherine Lund

xxxx-xxxx

Laura Joan Pattison
1994-xxxx
Anne Moria Pattison
1998-xxxx






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