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Alison Kerr (1747--): m. John Paxton
  • 31 May 1771, "John Paxton and Alison Ker both in this parish gave up their names in order to be proclaimed" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 25 Apr. 1772, "Windilaws 25th April P[arents] John Paxton Alyson Ker B[aptised] Alison W[itness] John Rankin" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 July 1774, "Cockb[urnspa]th 3d July P[arents] John Paxton Alison Ker B[aptised] Alison W[itnesses] John Rankin John Fife" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 6 Nov. 1776, "Oldcam[bus] 6th Novr P[arents] John Paxton Alison Ker B[aptised] George by Mr Henderson W[itnesses] John Rankin David Cow" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Christian Kerr (1819-1905): m. Thomas Wilson (c1817-1881)
  • 1841, res. Redheugh, William Kerr 60 fisherman Y, Christian 55 Y, Christian 20 Y, James 15 Y, John 14 Y, Margaret 10 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Cockburnspath]
  • 1851, res. Burnmouth Parton Hall, Christian Kerr 32 Ayton, James Wilson 9 Ayton, William 7 Ayton, Adam 5 Ayton, Catherine 3 Ayton, Thomas 2 Ayton, svt Mary Berd 12 dom svt Ireland, William Karr 67 fisherman Cockburnspath, Alexon Martin 24 innkeeper Ayton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Ayton]
  • 1861, res. Partonhall, Thomas Wilson 44 fisherman Ayton, Christian 43 Ayton, James 19 fisherman Ayton, William 17 fisherman Ayton, Adam 15 fisherman Ayton, Catherine 13 Ayton, George H 8 Ayton, Susan 3 Ayton, Thomas 1 Ayton, svt Jane Angus 20 Eyemouth [Scotland, 1861 Census, Ayton]
  • 1871, Thomas Wilson 54 fisherman Ayton, Christian 52 Ayton, William 27 fisherman Ayton, Adam 25 fisherman Ayton, George 19 fisherman Ayton, Catherine 23 Ayton, Susan 12 Ayton, Thomas 10 Ayton, Jane 7 Ayton, Peter 4 Ayton [Scotland, 1871 Census, Ayton]
  • 1881, res. Partonhall, Thomas Wilson 64 fisherman Ayton, Christian 62 Ayton, William 38 fisherman Ayton, Catherine 32 Ayton, George 28 fisherman Ayton, Susan 23 Ayton, Thomas 21 fisherman Ayton, Peter 16 fisherman Ayton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Ayton]
  • 1891, res. Partonhall, Christina Wilson 74 Ayton, William 48 fisherman Ayton, Cathrine 42 fish worker Ayton, Jane 28 fish worker Ayton, Peter 24 fisherman Ayton, gd Christina 7 Ayton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Ayton]
  • 1901, res. 2 Parton Hall, William Wilson 57 fisherman Ayton, mother Christina 82 Cockburnspath, sis Catherine 53 Ayton, sis Jane 37 fish worker Ayton, bro Peter 34 fisherman Ayton, niece Christina 17 Ayton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Ayton]
  • 1953, "Thomas Wilson d. 18.8.1881 64 yrs., Christina Kerr wife of above d. 7.6.1905 86 yrs., Catern Wilson dau. of above d. 10.8.1840 10 mths, Thomas Wilson son of Above d. 6.2.1853 3 yrs., George Wilson son one of the crew of the boat Transcendent of Burnmouth which foundered at sea 14.10.1881 29 yrs., William Wilson son of above d. 15.12.1912 69 yrs., Catherine Wilson dau. d. 20.12.1922 75 yrs., Peter Wilson son d. 20.2.1926 59 yrs., Agnes Wilson dau. d. 13.5.1943 88 yrs., Jane Wilson d. 23.2.1853 [1953] 90 yrs. widow of Arthur Johnston Killed in action 16.1.1918 59 yrs." [Scotland, Ayton, Parish Churchyard, Inscriptions; in Cargill, p. 14]
  • Cargill, David C., Berwickshire Monumental Inscriptions, Volume 2, The Eastern Parishes, 2000.
David Kerr (1753--): m. Ann Grieve (1755--)
  • 3 Dec. 1775, "David Ker & Ann Grieve both in this parish were this day rebuked for their irregular marriage and produced marriage lines from Thos Murray dated Edinr 24th Novr 1775 and joined hands before the session" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 20 Oct. 1776, "P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Elspeth, W[itnesses] ut Supra [John Fife James Veatch]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Jan. 1779, "P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Alison, W[itnesses] ut Supra [Geo Turnbull Geo Gilroy]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 May 1781, "Copath P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] William, W[itnesses] John Grieve John Fife" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Mar. 1783, "P[arents] David Ker & Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Christian, W[itnesses] ut Supra [Adam Hog John Millar]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Oct. 1785, "Redheugh P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Ann, W[itnesses] John Turnbull John Hasty" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Nov. 1788, recorded after the 1 Feb. 1791 entry: "Dowlaw P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Peggy, W[itness] Andrew Spence" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Feb. 1791, "Falabank P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] Grievy, W[itnesses] Peter Swanston George Ker" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 June 1793, "Headchesters P[arents] David Ker Anny Grieve, B[aptism] David, W[itnesses] James & Wm Grieves" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Jan. 1797, "Headchesters P[arents] David Ker Ann Grieve, B[aptism] James, W[itnesses] Geo Ker Jas Robertson" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
David Kerr (1833--): m. Margaret Blythe (1833--)
  • 1841, res. East Barns, William Kerr 44 ag laborer Y, Janet 30 ag laborer Y, Margret 15 ag laborer Y, David 8 Y, Agnes 7 Y, George 5 Y, John 2 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1861, David Kerr 27 ploughman Dunbar, Margaret 27 Whittingham [Scotland, 1861 Census, Bolton]
  • 1871, res. Clerkington Mains, David Kerr 35 farm svt Dunbar, Margaret 34 Whittingham [Scotland, 1871 Census, Haddington]
  • 1881, res. Pirries Close, 246 Canongate, David Kerr 48 fireman Dunbar, Margreat 46 Whittingham [Scotland, 1881 Census, Edinburgh]
  • 1891, David Kerr 56 laborer E Barns, Margaret 56 Whitelaw, brdr Andrew Blyth 38 laborer Leehomes [Scotland, 1891 Census, Canongate]
George Kerr (1760--): m. Christian Aitchison (1762--)
  • 4 June 1784, "George Ker and Christian Atchison in this parish gave up their names for proclamation" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 19 Sep. 1784, "P[arents] Geo Ker Christian Atchison B[aptised] William W[itnesses] David & William Kers" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Apr. 1786, "Eo Die [April 23] P[arents] George Ker Christn Atchison B[aptised] Rachell W[itnesses] Jas Atchison William Ker" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 Apr. 1788, "Eo Die [April 13] P[arents] George Ker Christian Atchison B[aptised] James W[itnesses] Ut supra [John Miller William Ker]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 June 1790, "June 27th P[arents] George Ker Christian Atchison B[aptised] George W[itnesses] William Ker James Atchison" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 June 1792, "Falabank 23d June P[arents] Geo Ker Christian Atchison B[aptised] Alison W[itnesses] James Atchison Senr & Junior" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Sep. 1794, "Headchester Eo Die [3d Septr] P[arents] George Ker Christ Atchison B[aptised] Robert W[itnesses] William & Robt Atchison" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1798, "Falabank Decr 12, 1796 P[arents] Geo Ker Chirty Atchison B[aptised] Christian W[itnesses] James Atchison Wm Atchison" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Oct. 1802, "Headchesters 3d Octor P[arents] George Ker Christian Atchison B[aptised] Hepburn W[itnesses] James Greenfield Jas Robertson" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Mar. 1806, "Headchesters 16th March 1806 P[arents] George Ker Christn Aitchison B[aptised] Richard W[itnesses] Jas Greenfield James Ker" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
George Kerr (c1836--): m. Agnes --- (c1835--)
  • 1841, res. East Barns, William Kerr 44 ag laborer Y, Janet 30 ag laborer Y, Margret 15 ag laborer Y, David 8 Y, Agnes 7 Y, George 5 Y, John 2 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1851, res. Spott Village, Janet Kerr wd 37 grocer Dunbar, George 15 farm svt Dunbar, John 12 Dunbar, Thomas 9 Dunbar, Janet 6 Dunbar, vis [aunt] Jane 39 farm svt Cockburnspath, father William Muir wd 73 farm laborer Linlithgow, vis Georgina Rankin mar 34 gamekeeper's wife Edrom [Scotland, 1851 Census, Spott]
  • 1861, res. Yorkstow Hinds House, George Kerr 25 ploughman Dunbar, Agnes 26 Eddleston, Janet 3 Ratho [Scotland, 1861 Census, Temple]
James Kerr (1825--): 1m. Janet Angus (c1828--), 2m. Mary Brotherstone (c1838--)
  • 1851, res. Howden, James Kerr 26 ag laborer Oldhamstocks, Janet 23 Haddington, Mary 7m Bolton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Bolton]
  • 19 Aug. 1854, "Kerr, James Farm servant West Adniston & his wife Janet Angus had a daughter born 15th July 1854 baptized 19th August 1854 by the Revd John Ramsay and named Isabella" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Spott Mains, James Kerr 32 ploughman Oldhamstocks, Mary 22 Bolton, Mary H 11 Bolton, Isabella 1 Gladsmuir, Jane 11m Bolton, svt [broL] John Brotherston 14 ag laborer Garvald [Scotland, 1861 Census, Spott]
  • 1871, res. Skateraw, James Kerr 44 ploughman Oldhamstocks, Mary 31 Bolton, Mary 19 outworker Bolton, Isabella 16 outworker Gladsmuir, Jane 11 Bolton, William 9 Spott, Marion 6 Garvald, Robert 3 N Berwick, James 8m Innerwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, Innerwick]
  • 1881, James Kerr 55 ag laborer Oldhamstocks, Mary 42 Bolton, Jane 21 ag laborer Bolton, Marion 16 dressmaker Garvald, Robert 13 N Berwick, James 10 Innerwick, Thomas 7 Innerwick, William 5m Dunbar [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1891, res. 37 Hardgate St, James Kerr 60 roadman Oldhamstocks, Mary 51 Bolton, James 20 porter Innerwick, Thomas 17 groom Innerwick, William 10 Dunbar [Scotland, 1891 Census, Haddington]
  • 1901, res. W Pinkerton, Robert Kerr 33 ploughman N Berwick, mother Mary 61 Bolton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Dunbar]
Margaret Kerr (1827--)
  • 1841, res. East Barns, William Kerr 44 ag laborer Y, Janet 30 ag laborer Y, Margret 15 ag laborer Y, David 8 Y, Agnes 7 Y, George 5 Y, John 2 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1851, res. Pathhead, Margt Kerr 22 dom svt Spott, svt of John Dods [Scotland, 1851 Census, Spott]
  • 1861, res. Townhead, Margaret Kerr 29 dom svt Spott, svt of Archibald Barie [Scotland, 1861 Census, Yester]
William Kerr: m. Alison Cowe (1724--)
  • 5 Jan. 1747, "AuldCam[bus] P[arents] William Kere Alison Cow, B[aptism] Alison, W[itnesses] David Cowe John Kere" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 Jan. 1747, "OldCambus P[arents] Will Ker Alison Cowe, B[aptism] Alison, W[itnesses] Dav Cowe John Coltherd" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 5 Mar. 1749, "OldCam[bus] P[arents] William Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] John, [Witnesses] David Cowe David Cowe" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 Apr. 1751, "Oldcambus P[arents] Wm Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] Isabel, W[itnesses] David Cowe John Kere" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Apr. 1753, "AuldCam[bus] P[arents] William Kere Alison, B[aptism] David, W[itnesses] David Cowe & John K... [page torn]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 Sep. 1755, "Auldcambus P[arents] William Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] John, W[itnesses] John Kere David Cowe" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 Feb. 1758, "Auldcambus P[arents] William Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] William, W[itnesses] John Kere John Miller" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 July 1760, "Auldcambus P[arents] William Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] George, W[itnesses] David Cowe John Kere" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Aug. 1763, "OldCambus P[arents] William Kere Alison Cowe, B[aptism] William, W[itnesses] David Greive David Cowe" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
William Kerr (1763--): m. Margaret Brown
  • 26 Oct. 1794, "Compeared ... William Ker & Margt Brown, both in this parish, and ... gave up lines of their irregular marriage ... Wm Kers 17th Octor 1794" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 23 Aug. 1795, "Oldcambus 23d Augt P[arents] William Ker Margt Brown B[aptised] William W[itnesses] Willm Ker & David Kers" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Nov. 1796, "Oldcambus 27th Novr P[arents] William Ker Margt Brown B[aptised] Margaret W[itnesses] William Ker Jas Brown" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 May 1799, "Oldcambus May 20th P[arents] William Ker Margret Brown B[aptised] Alison W[itnesses] Thos Brown John Paterson" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 July 1802, "Eo Die [July 17th] P[arents] William Ker Margt Brown B[aptised: blank] W[itnesses] George Brown John Paterson" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Nov. 1803, "Cockburnsth 27th Novr 1803 P[arents] Willm Ker Margret Brown B[aptised] Jean W[itnesses] Alexr Johnston Philip Wilson" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Dec. 1807, "Oldcambus 28th Decr 1807 P[arents] William Ker Margt Brown B[aptised] David W[itnesses] Ebenezer Forsyth William Cow" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
William Kerr (1784--): m. Catherine Wilson (c1787-1850)
  • 12 July 1807, "William Ker in this parish, and Catherine Wilson from the parish of Coldingham gave in their lines of their marriage by Jas Aitcheson dated at Lamberton June 21st 1807. Witnesses Paul Robertson, Mary Ford" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 26 July 1807, "Willm Kerr Fisher in Head Chesters and Katharine Wilson daughter of the deceased Thomas Wilson Fisher at Coldingham Shore having been irregularly married at Lamberton Toll had their marriage this day confirmed by the Kirk Session" [Scotland, Coldingham, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 12 Aug. 1810, "Eo Die [12th August] P[arents] William Ker & Cathn Wilson B[aptised] George W[itnesses] ut supra [Alexr Johnston James Buchanan]" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1814, "Cockburnspath 12th Augt 1810 P[arents] William Ker Cathrine Wilson B[aptised] George W[itnesses] Alexr Johnstone James Buchanan" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 July 1814, "Redheug 12th July 1814 P[arents] William Ker & Cathrine Wilson B[aptised] Janet W[itnesses] david Ker Wm Aitchison" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1819, "Christian lawful Daughter to Willm Kerr Fisher Burnmouth and Catharine Wilson his Spouse was born on the 11th April 1819 and baptized by Mr Tough on the 2d May" [Scotland, Ayton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1821, "Susan lawful Daughter to William Kerr Residenter at Burnmouth and Catharine Wilson his Spouse was born on the 24 October and baptized on the 25 Novr 1821 by Mr Tough" [Scotland, Ayton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1825, "William lawful Son to William Kerr Fisherman at Burnmouth and Catharine Wilson his Spouse was born on the 3d April 1825 and baptized on the 15 May following by the Revd G Tough" [Scotland, Ayton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1850, "William son of William Kerr, fisherman Burnmouth, d. 14.5.1834 18 yrs. George his son d. 28 8.1836 24 yrs. also two of his children d. in inf. Catherine Wilson wife of William Kerr d. 3.9.1850 63 yrs." [Scotland, Ayton, Parish Churchyard, Inscriptions; in Cargill, p. 18]
  • 1851, res. Burnmouth Parton Hall, Christian Kerr 32 Ayton, James Wilson 9 Ayton, William 7 Ayton, Adam 5 Ayton, Catherine 3 Ayton, Thomas 2 Ayton, svt Mary Berd 12 dom svt Ireland, William Karr 67 fisherman Cockburnspath, Alexon Martin 24 innkeeper Ayton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Ayton]
  • Cargill, David C., Berwickshire Monumental Inscriptions, Volume 2, The Eastern Parishes, 2000.
William Kerr (1795--): 1m. Mary Fortune (1785--), 2m. Jessie Muir (c1811--)
  • 31 July 1818, "July 31st William Car and Mary Fortune both in this Parish gave in their names as married persons" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1822, "Sybilla, Daughter of William Kerr and Mary Fortune Jany 10th 1821 and baptized Feby 10th at Old Cambus before these Witnesses William Weatherly and James Millar" [Scotland, Cockburnspath, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Jan. 1823, "William lawful son to William Carr & Mary Fortune was born the 8th current and baptised the above date by the Revd D Inglis before these witnesses George Dickison and William Anderson" [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Jan. 1825, "James lawful son to William Carr and Mary Fortune was born the 16th current and baptised the above date by the Revd David Ingles before these witnesses George Dickison & George Laurie" [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 Nov. 1827, "Spott 2 Nov 1827 William Kerr and Mary Fortune his Spouse in Hilldown had a Daughter born the 19 day of October ult and baptised in Mr Jacks Meeting Dunbar Named Margaret" [Scotland, Spott, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 June 1832, "Stenton 23d June 1832. I hereby certify that William Kerr and Jesse Muir both in this Parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to Marriage on the 8th Inst. before these witnesses William Muir and Mr Andw Gray; and that they have been accordingly regularly proclaimed and married. Davd Purves Sess Clk" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 17 Aug. 1833, "[born] July 31, David Kerr son of Wm Kerr hind at East Barns and Jessie Muir his wife baptised 17th August witnesses Jas Miller & John Brooks" [Scotland, Dunbar, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. East Barns, William Kerr 44 ag laborer Y, Janet 30 ag laborer Y, Margret 15 ag laborer Y, David 8 Y, Agnes 7 Y, George 5 Y, John 2 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1851, res. Spott Village, Janet Kerr wd 37 grocer Dunbar, George 15 farm svt Dunbar, John 12 Dunbar, Thomas 9 Dunbar, Janet 6 Dunbar, vis [aunt] Jane 39 farm svt Cockburnspath, father William Muir wd 73 farm laborer Linlithgow, vis Georgina Rankin mar 34 gamekeeper's wife Edrom [Scotland, 1851 Census, Spott]
William Kerr (1823--): m. Mary Ann McLennan (c1822--)
  • 31 May 1846, "May 31 collected £-/5/7 ... proclamation of William Kerr and Mary Ann McLinnon both in this parish twice in one day" [Scotland, Torphichen, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1851, res. Drumcrosshall, William Kerr 28 ag laborer Cockburnspath, Mary 29 Dingwall, Mary 2 Torphichen, William 5m Bathgate [Scotland, 1851 Census, Bathgate]
  • 1861, res. Humbie Cottages, William Kerr 38 farm foreman Cockburnspath, Mary 40 Dingwall, Mary 12 Torphichen, William 10 Bathgate, Janet 4 Kirkliston [Scotland, 1861 Census, Kirkliston]
  • 1871, res. Charles St Lane, Wm Kerr 48 outdoor laborer Cockburnspath, Mary 51 Dingwall, William 20 shop porter Bathgate, Jane 14 Kirkliston [Scotland, 1871 Census, Edinburgh]
  • 1881, res. 12 Charles St, William Kerr 56 gen laborer Cockburnspath, Mary 59 Dingwall, lodger Elizabeth Gray 54 dressmaker Edinburgh, lodger Charlotte Stewart 72 Eddleston, lodger Eliza Stewart 69 Eddleston [Scotland, 1881 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
William Kerr (1880--): m. Helen Wilson Wise (1882--)
  • 1881, James Kerr 55 ag laborer Oldhamstocks, Mary 42 Bolton, Jane 21 ag laborer Bolton, Marion 16 dressmaker Garvald, Robert 13 N Berwick, James 10 Innerwick, Thomas 7 Innerwick, William 5m Dunbar [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1891, res. 37 Hardgate St, James Kerr 60 roadman Oldhamstocks, Mary 51 Bolton, James 20 porter Innerwick, Thomas 17 groom Innerwick, William 10 Dunbar [Scotland, 1891 Census, Haddington]
  • 1901, res. 4 Bush Terrace, David Wyse 54 ag laborer Leslie, Helen Wilson 60 Aldie, David 33 butcher Collessie, lodger William Kerr 20 railway carter Dunbar [Scotland, 1901 Census, Inveresk]
  • 1901, res. 170 N High St, Ellen Wilson Wyse 18 housemaid Markinch, svt at James Thorburn [Scotland, 1901 Census, Inveresk]