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Wilson Relations:  Whitecross Family

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These Whitecross families lived in the area around North Berwick, East Lothian County, Scotland.


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Adam Whitecross (1851--): m. Agnes Weston (1858--)
  • 1861, res. 22 Pipe St, Portobello, Andrew Whitecross 42 telegraph officer Tranent, Charlotte 41 Duddingston, Catherine 14 Inveresk, Andrew 12 Inveresk, Adam 9 Duddingston, Frederick 7 Duddingston, William 5 Duddingston, George 4 Duddingston [Scotland, 1861 Census, Duddingston]
  • 1871, res. Restalrig Old Hospital, Andr Whitcross 52 laborer Tranent, Charlotte 48 Joppa, Adam 19 laborer Portobello, Fred 17 laborer Portobello, George 14 baker Portobello, James 10 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1871 Census, South Leith]
  • 1881, res. Harelaw, Thomas Weston wd 54 ag laborer Cramond, sL Adam Whitecross 29 railway engine driver Duddingston, dau Agnes 24 Gladsmuir [Scotland, 1881 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1891, res. Harelaw, Thomas Weston wd 62 ag laborer Cramond, sL Adam Whitecross 39 railway engine driver Duddingston, Agnes 33 Gladsmuir, gs Andrew 9 Gladsmuir, gs Thomas W 8 Gladsmuir, gs George 6 Gladsmuir, gs David W 3 Gladsmuir, gs Frederick 2 Gladsmuir, gd Agnes W 9m Gladsmuir [Scotland, 1891 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1901, Adam Whitecross 49 lime burner Portobello, Agnes 43 Gladsmuir, Andrew 19 ploughman Gladsmuir, Thos W 18 railway porter Gladsmuir, George 17 lime quarryman Gladsmuir, David W 15 lime quarryman Gladsmuir, Frederick 12 Gladsmuir, Elizth W 9 Gladsmuir, Margaret R 7 Gladsmuir, Catherine L 3 Gladsmuir, brdr Donald McAllan 27 joiner Walton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Gladsmuir]
Agnes Whitecross (1790--): m. James Yorkston (1791-1870)
  • 20 May 1815, "James Yorston Labr in the Parish of Athelstaneford & Agnes Whitecross in this Parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in Order to marriage" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 27 Sep. 1831, "James Yorkston labourer and his wife Agnes Whitecross had a Son born the nineteenth of April one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, and Baptized the twenty eighth of the same month in presence of George Whitecross and John Manderson & named George" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, James Yorkston 50 ag laborer Y, Helen 20 Y, male 3m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, James Yorkstone 57 laborer N Berwick, Heleanor 31 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1861, res. West Gate, James Yorkstone 68 ag laborer N Berwick, Helen 39 domestic svt N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, North Berwick]
  • 6 July 1872, death at Melbourne Place of George Yorkston, engine driver, age 53, spouse Christian Manderson, son of James Yorkston, general laborer, and [blank] Whitecross, informant brother-in-law William Manderson of 17 High Street [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
Agnes Whitecross (1843--)
  • 17 Feb. 1843, Richd Whitecross, hind at Saltcoats, and Alison Watt, dau. Agnes b. this day, bap. at Gullane [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 32 ag laborer N Berwick, Alison 30 Dirleton, Agness 8 Dirleton, William 5 Dirleton, Hugh 3 Dirleton, Richard 2 Dirleton, ldgr [bro] John 22 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1871, res. East Fenton, Agnes Whitecross 26 dom svt Dirleton, Margaret 15 dom svt Dirleton, svts of Henry Deans [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dirleton]
Alexander Whitecross (1762-1805): m. Barbara Brock (1765-1816)
  • 17 Mar. 1789, "Alexander Whitecross and Barbara Brock were irregularly married at Edinr" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 20 Feb. 1791, "Alexr Whitecross labr & Barbara Brock his wife had a son born 12th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congn named Robert" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 6 Dec. 1792, "Decr 6 1792 Mary daughter of Alexr Whitecross labourer in Williamston & Bar Brock his Wife born this day Witt to the B[aptis]m John Sives & Jas Lindsay" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Apr. 1795, "April 14th Peter son of Alexr Whitecross hind in Williamston & Barbara Brock born this day Wit to the B[aptis]m Francis Buchan & Jn Sives" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Jan. 1798, "Janry 14 98 Alison Daughter of Alexr Whitecross and Barbara Brook was born 10 Inst Witnesses to bap[ti]sm Alexr Smith Jn Whitecross" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Jan. 1800, "27 January 1800 John Son of Alexander Whitecorss and his wife Barbara Brook was born 21 Instant witnesses to the B[aptis]m Alexr Smith and John Sives" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Apr. 1803, "[born April] 12 [baptised] 17 George, [witnesses] Alexr Whitecross Barbara Broke, [witnesses] Richd Richardson James Ingles" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 25 Oct. 1858, death at Whitecross Land, Prestonpans, of Peter Whitecross, carrier, age 63, son of Alexander Whitecross, deceased laborer, and deceased Barbara Brock, buried at East Churchyard, Prestonpans, informant second son Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 11 Oct. 1866, death at West Barns of Mary Whitecross, domestic servant, single, age 72, daughter of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant brother John Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
  • 12 Nov. 1866, death at West Barns of Alison Burnet, age 68, widow of James Burnet, land steward, daughter of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant brother John Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
  • 12 May 1867, death at Beltonford of John Whitecross, innkeeper, age 65, spouse Janet Porteous, son of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant neighbor Rob Robertson [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
Alexander Whitecross (1836-1916): m. Jane McFarlane (1836-1923)
  • 1841, res. Prestonpans, Robert Whitecross 45 ag laborer Y, Jane 45 Y, Alexander 4 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1851, res. Rosemount, William Sinclair 59 carter Prestonpans, niece Barbara Whitecross 26 servant Haddington, nephew Alexander 14 shop boy Prestonpans [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh]
  • 1861, res. Linkfield, Alexander Whitecross 24 joiner Prestonpans, lodger at Alison Dickson [Scotland, 1861 Census, Aberlady]
Alison Whitecross (1789--): m. James Archman
  • 1819, "James Archman and Alison Whitecross his wife residing in Edinr had a Daughter named Mary born 15 June and bapd 10 July 1819" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Alison Whitecross (1798-1866): m. James Burnett
  • 28 Apr. 1827, "April 28th James Burnet and Alison Whitecross both in this parish gave up their names for proclamation in order to marriage and were married" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
Alison Whitecross (1833-1889): m. Sinclair McLeod (1833--)
  • 1861, res. S Side N Turnpike Rd, Sinclair McLeod 28 drayman Prestonpans, Alison 28 Prestonpans, Jane S 4m Prestonpans [Scotland, 1861 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 8 Dec. 1861, death at Prestonpans of Jane Sinclair McLeod, age 1, daughter of Sinclair McLeod, drayman, and Alison Whitecross, informant father Sinclair McLeod [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 8 Jan. 1864, death at Prestonpans of George McLeod, age 1, son of Sinclair McLeod, drayman, and Elison Whitecross, informant father Sinclair McLeod [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 19 Sep. 1869, death at Prestonpans of Elisabeth Cunningham McLeod, age 8 months, daughter of Sinclair McLeod, drayman, and Elison Whitecross, informant father Sinclair McLeod [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 23 Nov. 1869, death at Prestonpans of Robert Whitecross McLeod, age 5, son of Sinclair McLeod, drayman, and Elison Whitecross, informant father Sinclair McLeod [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. S of N Turnpike Rd, Sinclair McLeod 37 drayman Prestonpans, Alison 38 Prestonpans, Alexander 4 Prestonpans, James C 4m Prestonpans [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 25 Aug. 1874, death at Prestonpans of James Cunningham McLeod, age 3, son of Sinclair McLeod, drayman, and Alison Whitecross, informant father Sinclair McLeod [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. High St Smiths Land, Alison McLeod 48 grocer Prestonpans, Alexander 14 Prestonpans, John S 5 Prestonpans [Scotland, 1881 Census, Prestonpans]
Alison Whitecross (1835--), m. David Baynes (1822--)
  • 1841, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 30 svt Y, Hellen Moncrieff 30 Y, Elisabath Whitecross 9 Y, Jenet 8 Y, Alison 6 Y, Andrew 4 Y, Peter 2 Y, John 11m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1851, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 42 groom N Berwick, Helen 29 Linton, Allison 16 ag laborer Haddington, Peter 12 Dirleton, John 10 Dirleton, William 7 Dirleton, Thomas 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 52 groom N Berwick, Helen 39 Prestonkirk, Alison 26 Haddington, William 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Thomas 15 ag laborer Dirleton, gs Peter 5m Whitekirk, gd Helen Burns 10 N Berwick, gd Frances 8 St Cuthberts, gd Elizabeth 7 St Cuthberts, dau Janet Barrie 28 Haddington, gd Helen 4 Glasgow, gs Samuel 1 Glasgow [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 16 May 1863, marriage at Jerusalem of David Baynes, ploughman at Jerusalem, age 34, son of John Baynes, ag laborer, and Euphemia Sives; and Alison Whitecross, domestic servant at Boggs, age 28, daughter of Peter Whitecross, groom, and deceased Helen Moncrieff [Scotland, Pencaitland, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Jerusalem, David Baynes 46 ploughman Athelstaneford, Alison Whitecross 36 Haddington, John 7 Pencaitland, Helen Euphemia 5 Pencaitland, Agnes Alison 3 Pencaitland, Jessie Catherine 1 Pencaitland [Scotland, 1871 Census, Pencaitland]
  • 1 Mar. 1875, death at Jerusalem of Thomas Murray Oatts Baynes, age 6 months, son of David Baynes, ploughman, and Alison Whitecross, informant father David Baynes [Scotland, Pencaitland, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Gifford, David Baynes 56 ploughman Athelstaneford, Alison 46 Haddington, John 17 ag laborer Pencaitland, Agnes A 13 ag laborer Pencaitland, Jessie C 11 Pencaitland, David 9 Pencaitland, fL Peter Whitecross wd 73 groom N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, Yester]
  • 1891, res. Byres, David Baynes 66 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Jessie 21 Pencaitland, David 19 ag laborer Pencaitland [Scotland, 1891 Census, Haddington]
Andrew Whitecross (1759--): m. Rachel Wood (c1763--)
  • 1783, "Whitecross, Andw in the parish of Haddn and Rachel Wood in this parish gave in their names &c. May 10th 1783 and no objections being offered were duly married May 29th" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 4 Mar. 1784, "March 4 Whitecross, Andw labr in Samuelstone and Rachel Wood his wife had a daughter born Feby 25th 1784 baptd 7th March by Mr Cowan and named Sophia wit John Wood & John Whitecross" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Nov. 1786, "Whitecross, Andrew labourer in Samuelston and his wife Rachael Wood his wife had a son born the 2nd of Nov 1786 and baptized the 12th of said month by the Revd Mr Cowan and named John" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Oct. 1789, "Whitecross, Andw labourer in Samuelston and his wife Rachel Wood had a daughter born the 20th of Septr 1789 baptized the 11th of October following by the Revd Mr Hamilton minister at Bolton and named Isabel witnesses Jn Whitecross and John Wood" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Feb. 1792, "Whitecross, Andrew labourer in Samuelston and his wife Rachel Wood had a daughter born the 13th of February 1792 and baptized the 26th of said month by the Revd Mr Hamilton and named Catharine witnesses John Whitecross & John Wood" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1796, "Whitecross, Andrew labourer in Samuelston, and his Wife Rachel Wood had a Son born the 25 of May 1794 and baptized the 30th of said Month by the Revd Mr Georg Hamilton Minister of Gladsmuir and named Andrew, witnesses John Wood & John Whitecross" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Aug. 1796, "Whitecross, Andrew labourer in Samuelston and his Wife Rachel Wood had a Daughter born the 22d of July 1796 and baptizd the 3d of August by the Revd Mr George Hamilton Minister at Gladsmuir and named Agness, witnesses John Whitecross and John Wood" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 25 Nov. 1798, "25th Andrew Whitecross in Falsyde & Rachel Wood had a Son born 7th Novr 1798 Bap. 25th Novr and named Peter. Wit. And. Burnet and John Wood" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 May 1802, "16th May 1802 Andrew Whitecross Servant to Mr Aitchison in St Clement's Wells and Rachel Wood his wife had a daughter born 5th May 1802 Baptized the 16th and named Janet. Wits. John Whitecross and John Wood" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Dec. 1808, "Donat, John Wright & Sophia Whitecross his wife their daughter Rachel born 3rd & baptized 11 Dec wit Andrew Whitecross & Joseph Donat" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Dec. 1818, "Donnat, John wright & Sophia Whitecross their son Andrew born the 19th & baptized 27th Decr witnesses Andrew Hardy & Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1819, "John Ramsay at present residing at Elphingstone and Servant last half year in Ormiston parish, and Isabel Whitecross daughter of Andrew Whitecross at St Clements wells were after proclamation married" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
Andrew Whitecross (1780--): m. Janet Lawson (1778-1856)
  • 31 Dec. 1798, "Whitecross, Andrew soldier in the East Lothian Fencible Cavalry & Janet Lawson were married on the 31 day of December by the Rev T.D. Carlyle" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 11 Nov. 1799, "Andw Whitecross labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a son born the above date & baptd first Sabbath after in presence of the Congn John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Mar. 1802, "Andrew Whitecross labr Balgone Barns & Janet Lawson his wife had a son born 24th currt baptized 28 Curt in presence of the Congn and named Thomas" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1804, "[born March] 9 [baptised] 18 John, [parents] Richard Whitecross Jean Haldane, [witnesses] John Whitecross Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 June 1804, "1804 Whitecross, Andw and his Wife Janet Lawson had a daughter born June 13th 1804 baptised and named Euphan Witnesses to ye Bapt[is]m ye Congregation of N Berwick" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Apr. 1807, "Andrew Whitecross labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a son born 5th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congregn named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 June 1809, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a son born 1st Currt & baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Andrew" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Sep. 1811, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a Daughter born the 11th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Jean" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 June 1814, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a Daughter born the 24th Current & baptized the above date in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junior and named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Aug. 1815, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had twins born a Son & a Daughter the 5th Current & baptized the 13th in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junr & named Alexander & Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Aug. 1818, "Augt 15 Elizabeth Whitcross Daughter of Andw Whitecross Labourer at the Pleasance and Janet Lawson his Wife Witnesses Hugh Briggs & John Muirhead [baptised] 23d" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Rosehall, Andrew Whitecross 60 ag laborer Y, Janet 60 Y, Eupham Brown 12 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Haddington]
  • 1851, res. Rosehall, John Whitelaw 30 laborer Ormiston, Euphemia 45 Dirleton, Janet Whitecross wd 74 Glasgow [Scotland, 1841 Census, Haddington]
  • 7 June 1856, death at County Buildings of Janet Whitecross, widow, age 78, daughter of Thomas Lawson, flesher, buried at Haddington, informant grandson Andrew Halliday [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 7 Apr. 1866, death at Cromwellhaugh of Thomas Whitecross, warrener, age 64, widower of Ann Neilson, son of Andrew Whitecross, contractor, and Janet Lawson, informant son Andrew Whitecross [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Death Registrations]
  • 24 July 1866, death at Aikengall of Euphemia Whitelaw, ag laborer, age 60, spouse of John Whitelaw, farm servant, daughter of Andrew Whitecross, ag laborer, and Janet Lawson, informant John Whitelaw [Scotland, Innerwick, Death Registrations]
Andrew Whitecross (1794--): m. Agnes Hardie
  • June 1821, "Andw Whitecross Ploughman in St Clements wells and Agnes Hardie daughter of the Deceased [blank] Hardie Shoemaker Fisherrow were proclaimed 3 & 10 June & married 15 June 1821" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Apr. 1822, "Andrew Whitecross Ploughman in St Clements Wells & Agnes Hardie his wife had a Daughter named Mary born 31 March & bapd 21 April 1822" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Oct. 1823, "Whitecross, Andrew carter & Agnes Hardy their son Andrew born Sep 12th and baptized 12th Oct wit John Whitecross & John Edgay" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. High St., Andrew Whitecross 46 laborer Y, Mrs 40 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Inveresk]
Andrew Whitecross (1819--): 1m. Mary Smith (--1854), 2m. Charlotte Hamilton (c1821--)
  • 27 Sep. 1841, "Andrew Whitecross, Check Weigher at the Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway Residing at the said Railway Depot, St Leonard Street and Mary Smith or Mann, Residing at Same Place, both in the Parish of St Paul's within this Parish, Daughter of the late Frederick Smith Farmer in Cupar Fife and Relict of the deceased David Mann, Millwright at the aforesaid Railway Depot have been three several times duly and regularly proclaimed in order to Marriage in each of the Parish Churches of St. Cuthbert's and St. Paul's and no Objections offered. Married this day by the Reverend James Turnbull Minister of the Relief Congregation in Pleasance" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 28 July 1842, "Andrew Whitecross, Weigher to the Edinburgh & Dalkeith Railway Company, Residing at the said Railway Depot, and May Smith his Spouse, had a Son Born to them, on the Ninth day of July current, Named John" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1843, "Andrew Whitecross, Clerk, Pillans Place, Leith, and May Smith his spouse had a lawful daughter named May Thomson born 9th October & baptized 19th Novemr 1843 by the Revd John Steele of St Thomas, Leith" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 June 1844, "White, Hugh carter Fisherrow & Rachel Whitecross his wife their daughter Marion born June 7th & baptized June 29th 1844 wit Aw Whitecross & Robt Borthwick" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Oct. 1847, "Andrew Whitecross, Labourer, James Lane, Leith, and Mary Smith his spouse, had a lawful daughter named Catherine, born 11th April 1846 baptised 14th October 1847 by the Revd Geo Scott" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 June 1849, "Whitecross, Andrew laborer and Mary Smith his wife their son Andrew born 1st May and baptised 8th June 1849 witnesses Hugh White and Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. N.B. Railway, Andrew Whitecross 32 pontsman Tranent, May 44 Cupar, John 8 Edinburgh, May 7 Leith, Catherine 4 Inveresk, Andrew 1 Inveresk [Scotland, 1851 Census, Duddingston]
  • 12 Nov. 1854, "Novr 12th On this and the preceding Sunday, the banns of marriage between Andrew Whitecross, pointsman North British Railway residing at the Portobello Station and Charlotte Hamilton (daughter of the late William Hamilton, Joppa) residing in Wilson's Park, Portobello both in this parish were three times publicly proclaimed in the parish church. The above named parties were married at Portobello on the 24th November 1854 by the Rev W.S. Blackwood" [Scotland, Duddingston, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1855, "Whitecross, Adam lawful son of Andrew Whitecross telegraph officer and May Smith his spouse was born at Hawick Junction Cottage on the North British Railway in the parish on the 15th June 1851 and baptized by the Rev W.L. Blackwood. Whitecross, Frederick Smith lawful son of Andrew Whitecross telegraph officer and May Smith his spouse was born at Hawick Junction Cottage on the North British Railway in this parish on the 10th February 1854 and baptized by the Rev Mr Dobie of North Esk" [Scotland, Duddingston, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. 22 Pipe St, Portobello, Andrew Whitecross 42 telegraph officer Tranent, Charlotte 41 Duddingston, Catherine 14 Inveresk, Andrew 12 Inveresk, Adam 9 Duddingston, Frederick 7 Duddingston, William 5 Duddingston, George 4 Duddingston [Scotland, 1861 Census, Duddingston]
  • 1871, res. Restalrig Old Hospital, Andr Whitcross 52 laborer Tranent, Charlotte 48 Joppa, Adam 19 laborer Portobello, Fred 17 laborer Portobello, George 14 baker Portobello, James 10 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1871 Census, South Leith]
  • 1881, res. Lochend Rd., Andrew Whitecross 62 gen laborer Tranent, Charlott 59 Portobello, George 24 railway engineman Portobello, gd Charlott Ward 7 Portobello [Scotland, 1881 Census, South Leith]
  • 1891, res. Restalrig, Mrs C Whitecross 64 Joppa, gs Charles McMillan 23 railway engine fireman Portobello, gd Charlotte Ward 17 dressmaker Portobello [Scotland, 1891 Census, South Leith]
  • 1891, S.S. Nurnberg, Charlotte Whitecross 64, Charlotte 17 [Victoria, Immigration Records]
Andrew Whitecross (c1827-1900): m. Barbara Slimon (1813-1893)
  • 1841, res. Ruchlaw Muir, Thomas Whitecross 35 ratcatcher Y, Ann 40 Y, Andrew 15 ag laborer Y, Thomas 12 Y, John 10 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whittinghame]
  • 24 Apr. 1847, "Andrew Whitecross in the parish of Lasswade and Barbara Slimming of this parish gave in their names for proclamation in order marriage Cautioners for the man James Millar and for the woman Walter Lawson" [Scotland, Aberlady, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1847, "Andrew Whitecross gamekeeper Hawthornden and his spouse Barbary Slimon have a son born 4th June 1847 and baptized by the Revd Mr C Mackenzie named Thomas witnesses Alexander Henderson and Christina Henderson" [Scotland, Lasswade, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1848, "Andrew Whitecross gamekeeper Hawthornden and his spouse Barbary Slemon have a daughter born 21st Nov 1848 and baptized by the Revd M.C. Mackenzie named Margaret Black in presence of the Congregation" [Scotland, Lasswade, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Dec. 1850, "Ann Neilson daughter to Andrew Whitecross & Barbara Slaim at Dunstry was born the sixteenth November & baptized the first December 1800 & fifty years" [Scotland, Portpatrick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, Andrew Whitecross 28 gamekeeper Dunbar, Barbara 36 Carnwath, Thomas 3 Lasswade, Margaret 2 Lasswade, Anne 4m Portpatrick, svt Catherine Roy 16 Ireland [Scotland, 1851 Census, Wigtown, Portpatrick]
  • 1861, res. Lochgilphead, Andrew Whitecross 38 gamekeeper Dunbar, Barbara 40 Carnwath, Thomas 13 Lasswade, Margaret B 12 Lasswade, Ann N 10 Portpatrick [Scotland, 1861 Census, Argyll, South Knapdale]
  • 7 Apr. 1866, death at Cromwellhaugh of Thomas Whitecross, warrener, age 64, widower of Ann Neilson, son of Andrew Whitecross, contractor, and Janet Lawson, informant son Andrew Whitecross [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Ward Park House, Andrew Whitecross 48 land overseer Dunbar, Barbara 49 Carnwath, Thomas 23 engineer Lasswade, Ann 20 Portpatrick, vis [cousin] Jessie Barrie 9 Barony, vis [cousin] Maggie 4 Barony, svt Mary Laven 14 gen svt Falkirk [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dunbarton, Cumbernauld]
  • 1891, res. Greenfaulds Double Villa, Andrew Whitecross 68 agent Dunbar, Barbara 77 Carnwath [Scotland, 1891 Census, Dunbarton, Cumbernauld]
Barbara Whitecross (1823--)
  • 1841, res. Market St., Barbara Whitecross 18 svt Y, at Janet Young [Scotland, 1841 Census, Haddington]
  • 1851, res. Rosemount, William Sinclair 59 carter Prestonpans, niece Barbara Whitecross 26 servant Haddington, nephew Alexander 14 shop boy Prestonpans [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh]
Barbara Slimon Whitecross (1876-1934)
  • 1934, "Whitecross, Barbara Slimon, Saleswoman, 5 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow, died 17 August 1934 at Glasgow, testate. Confirmation Glasgow, 11 September, to Williamina Chalmers Whitecross, Teacher, 5 Nithsdale Road aforesaid, her sister, Executrix. Will dated 16 March recorded Glasgow 8 September 1934. Value of Estate, £731: 4: 3." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
Catherine Whitecross (1792-1837): m. James Johnstone
  • Mar. 1814, "James Johnston and Catharine Whitecross Parishioners were irregularly married at Edin 1st June & their marriage confirmed 6 November 1813" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Apr. 1814, "James Johnston Ploughman in St Clements wells and Catharine Whitecross his wife had a son named James born 24 March and baptized 10 April 1814" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1816, "James Johnstone Hynd at St Clements wells & Catharine Whitecross his wife had a Daughter named Rachel born 1 and bapd 18 Feb. 1816" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • May 1818, "James Johnstone Grieve in St Clements wells and Catharine Whitecross his wife had a son named Andrew born 3d and bapd 24 May 1818" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • June 1820, "James Johnstone Grieve at St Clements wells and Catharine Whitecross his wife had a son named John born 29 May and bapd 5 June 1820" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Oct. 1823, "James Johnstone Grieve in St Clements wells and Catherine Whitecross his wife had a daughter named Margaret born 13 Septr & bapd 7 Octr 1823" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1826, "James Johnstone Ploughman in St Clements Wells & Cath Whitecross his wife had a daughter Catherine born 19 June & bapd 9 July 1826" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 Nov. 1837, "24 Whitecross Catherine wife of Jas Johnstone Grieve St Clements wells (Fever) [cash drawn for] crib 1/ [age] 54 [funeral] 26 [Nov., mortcloth fee] 6/" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
Catherine Whitecross (1823-1897): m. Adam Wilson (c1828-1900)
  • Nov. 1849, "Adam Wilson, Confectioner, residing at No 38 Elbe Street, Leith, and Catherine Whitecross also residing there; daughter of the late John Whitecross, Farm servant, St Clements Wells, were three times proclaimed in order to marriage in the Parish Church of South Leith 18th November 1849 and were married at Leith 20th November 1849 by the Revd Alexander D Kenninmont" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1851, res. 38 Elbe St, Adam Wilson 23 confectioner Leith, Cathrine 23 S Leith, William 1 S Leith [Scotland, 1851 Census, South Leith]
  • 1861, res. 38 Elbe St, Adam Wilson 32 confectioner Leith, Catherine 36 Tranent, William 11 Leith, Mary 6 Leith [Scotland, 1861 Census, South Leith]
  • 1871, res. 12 Coatfield Lane, Adam Wilson 42 confectioner Leith, Catherine 46 Tranent, William 21 printer compositor Leith, Catherine 9 Leith, Marion 6 Leith [Scotland, 1871 Census, South Leith]
  • 1881, res. 104 Duke St, Adam Wilson 52 confectioner Leith, Catherine 54 Inveresk, Marion 16 grocer's shopkeeper Leith, brdr Bessie Kelly 17 grocer's clerk Carnwath, ldgr William A Carruthers 24 commercial clerk Roxburgh [Scotland, 1881 Census, South Leith]
  • 1891, res. 104 Duke St, Adam Wilson 63 confectioner Edinburgh, Catherine 65 Inveresk, brdr Bessie Kelly 29 grocer's clerk Carnwath [Scotland, 1891 Census, South Leith]
Catherine Stewart Whitecross (1868-1946)
  • 1871, res. Back St., William Whitecross 39 mason N Berwick, Susan 41 Lochmaben, Peter 12 N Berwick, Robert 7 N Berwick, John 5 N Berwick, Catherine 2 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 8 Methven [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 22 Back St., William Whitecross 49 builder N Berwick, Susan 51 Lochmaben, Peter 21 joiner N Berwick, Robert 17 mason N Berwick, John 15 grocer N Berwick, Catherine 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 18 Methven [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1891, res. Forth St., Susan Whitecross wd 58 Lochmaben, Peter 32 builder N Berwick, Robert 27 builder N Berwick, John 25 grocer N Berwick, C Stuart 22 N Berwick, niece Catharine Young 28 dom svt Methven [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 54 Forth St, Susan Whitecross 68 Lochmaben, Peter 41 builder N Berwick, Robert 37 builder N Berwick, John 35 grocer N Berwick, Catherine S 32 artist N Berwick, niece Kate Young 38 domestic Methven [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 23 June 1908, Ship Inn, Quality Street, North Berwick; £1600 bond & disposition assigned to Catherine Stewart Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 11 Nov. 1912, Ship Inn, Quality Street, North Berwick; bond assigned to Jane Gemmell Simpson & Agnes Logan Simpson [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
Charles Whitecross (1834-1868): m. Catherine Ross (1835--)
  • 1841, res. High St., Peter Whitecross 40 carrier Y, Catherine 40 Y, Alexander 15 carter Y, Mary 15 Y, Barbara 11 Y, Charles 6 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1851, res. High St., Peter Whitecross 55 carrier Dirleton, Catharin 53 Spott, Alexander 27 carrier Whitekirk, Barbara 20 Whitekirk, Charles 16 joiner Prestonpans [Scotland, 1851 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 25 Oct. 1858, death at Whitecross Land, Prestonpans, of Peter Whitecross, carrier, age 63, son of Alexander Whitecross, deceased laborer, and deceased Barbara Brock, buried at East Churchyard, Prestonpans, informant second son Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 21 Feb. 1861, marriage at Cockenzie of Charles Whitecross, farmer at Prestonpans, age 26, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased carrier, and Catherine Anderson; and Catherine Ross, of Cockenzie, age 25, daughter of James Ross, captain, and Catherine Ritchie [Scotland, Tranent, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, James Ross 64 grocer & spirit dealer Tranent, dau Anne Kay 32 Tranent, dau Catherine Whitecross 25 Tranent, sL Robert Kay 39 mariner Dysart, sL Charles Whitecross 26 farmer Prestonpans, gs John Kay 6 Tranent, gd Ann 3 Tranent, gs James 1 Tranent, svt Anne Ritchie 20 domestic svt Tranent [Scotland, 1861 Census, Tranent]
  • 4 Oct. 1865, death at Prestonpans of Ann Ross Whitecross, age 6 months, daughter of Charles Whitecross, carrier, and Catherine Ross, informant father Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 5 June 1867, death at Prestonpans of Catharine Ritchie Whitecross, age 5, daughter of Charles Whitecross, farmer, and Catherine Ross, informant father Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 24 Mar. 1868, death of Charles Whitecross, age 33, spouse Catherine Ross, son of deceased Peter Whitecross, and Catherine Anderson, informant father-in-law James Ross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Prestonpans, Catherine Whitecross wd 35 shirt dealer Cockenzie, Mary D 7 Prestonpans, Barbar A 4 Prestonpans, Peter 3 Prestonpans, svt Ann Barrie 16 Cockenzie [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 8 July 1873, death at Prestonpans of Barbara Auld Whitecross, age 7, daughter of Charles Whitecross, deceased carrier, and Catherine Ross, informant undertaker William Edmonston [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Black Bull Inn, Robert Teasdale 43 publican USA, Catherine 45 Tranent, stepson Peter Whitecross 13 Tranent, boarder George Christison 59 publican Innerwick, svt Jane Smith 16 gen svt Innerwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, Prestonpans]
Charles Whitecross (1853--): m. Elizabeth Jane --- (c1857--)
  • 1854, Richard Whitecross, hind at Saltcoats and Alison Watt, son William b. 16 Oct. 1847, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit David Watt & John Bathgate, son Hugh b. 19 Mar. 1849, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit Mr S D Shirreff and James Shield, son Richard b. 26 Jany 1852, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit John Bathgate & James Shield, son Charles b. 28 Aug. 1853, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit. John Bathgate & James Shield [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1871, res. Back Shore St., Charles Whitecross 17 grocer Dirleton, brdr at Richard McKay [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 2 Melbourne Place, Charles Whitecross 24 grocer Dirleton, ldgr at Alison Brash [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1891, res. 6 Lady Lawson St, Charles Whitecross 33 grocer Gullane, Elisabeth Jane 33 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Richard W 2 Marrs Juston, Lilias Jane 2m Edinburgh, Samuel Furman 24 captain Salvation Army England, William Jaggard 19 lieut Salvation Army Bury St Edmonds [Scotland, 1891 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
  • 1901, res. 54 Errol St, Charles D Whitecross 42 Dalston, Elizabeth J 43 England, William R 12 England, Lilias J 10 Edinburgh, Charles 8 Glasgow, John 6 Glasgow [Scotland, 1901 Census, Glasgow Govan]
Elizabeth Whitecross (1784--): m. Hugh Bridges (c1785-1858)
  • 25 Sep. 1814, "Hugh Bridges Labr & Elisabeth Whitecross his wife had a Daughter born the 4th Current & baptized the above date in presence of John & Archibald Bridges & named Euphame" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1820, "[born] Feb 19 Alexr Briggs Son of Hugh Briggs Labourer at Seacliff and Eliz Whitecross his wife witnesses Arch Briggs and Thos Anderson [baptised] Feb 27th" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1821, "[born] Nov 1 Hugh Bridges Son of Hugh Bridges Labourer at Seacliff and Eliz Whitecross his wife Witnesses Robert Dunbar and Wm Jamieson [baptised] 12 Nov" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Tyninghame, Hugh Briggs 45 ag laborer Y, Margaret 45 Y, Allan 15 ag laborer Y, James 14 ag laborer Y, Catherine 8 Y, George 5 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1851, res. Tyninghame, Hugh Bridges 66 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 56 Whitekirk, Allan 25 Whitekirk, Catherine 17 Whitekirk, George 14 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1851 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 10 Nov. 1858, death at Lochhouses of Hugh Bridges, road laborer, age 73, son of Archibald Bridges, deceased farm servant, and deceased Elizabeth Whitecross, buried at Whitekirk, informant son George Bridges [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
Elizabeth Whitecross (1795-1868): m. James Mackay (1795-1863)
  • 24 Oct. 1818, "James Mackay & Elizabeth Whitecorse both of this parish gave up their names for proclamation in order to marriage 24th Octr. Married 7th Novr" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 16 Nov. 1822, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elizabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the twenty first of March last & Baptized the twenty ninth Ditto in presence of Richard Whitecross & James Mackay named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Apr. 1826, "James Mackay & Elisabeth Whitecross his spouse had a Daughter born 4th and baptised 17th April 1826 named Agnes. Witnesses Alexander Learmont and Robert Hunter" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 Aug. 1836, "Mackay, James and Elisabeth Whitecross his spouse had a Son born 9th July and baptised 8th Aug 1836 named Alexander Witnesses Peter Skirving and John Hall" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1838, "James McKay and Elisabeth Whitecross residing at Carperstone had a Son born on the 28th May and Baptized on the 8th July in presence of the Congregation named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Bankhead, James Mackay 45 ag laborer Y, Elis 45 Y, John 17 ag laborer Y, Richd 13 ag laborer Y, James 11 Y, Elis 9 Y, Alex 5 Y, Peter 3 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1851, res. Bankhead Farm, James Mackay 57 forester N Berwick, Elisabeth 56 N Berwick, James 20 forester Athelstaneford, Alexander 15 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Peter 13 N Berwick, gs Richard 8m Whitekirk [Scotland, 1851 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1861, res. Brickwork 1, James McKay 67 ag laborer N Berwick, Elizabeth 66 N Berwick, Catherine 39 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Peter 22 ag laborer N Berwick, gs Richard 9 Whitekirk, gniece Elizabeth Bertram 1 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 16 Aug. 1867, marriage at Athelstaneford Mains of Peter Mackay, of Newbyth, Whitekirk, age 29, son of James Mackay, deceased forester, and Elizabeth Whitecross; and Helen Young, of Athelstaneford Mains, age 24, daughter of Robert Young, ploughman, and Janet Young [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Marriage Registrations]
  • 11 Apr. 1868, death of Elizabeth Mackay, age 73, widow of James Mackay, farm laborer, daughter of Richard Whitecross, deceased coachman, and deceased [blank] Runciman, informant son Peter Mackay [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
Elizabeth Whitecross (1818--): m. James Verth (1812--)
  • 17 May 1839, "James Verth in this parish and Elisabeth Whitecross in the parish of Haddington gave in their names for proclamation 17th May 1839 and were duly proclaimed & Married" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 19 Nov. 1839, "19th Nov 1839 William son of James Vert Hind in Newhouse and his wife Elish Whitecross was born this day and baptized publickly" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Heugh, James Vert 27 ag laborer Y, Elizabeth 22 Y, Wm 1 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1842, "James Verth and Elisabeth Whitecross, residing at Huegh had a Daughter born on the 18th January and Baptized on the 6th February in presence of the Congregation named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1844, "James Verth & Elizabeth Whitecross his Wife had a Son born on the 18th April 1844 & baptized on the 5th of May following, in presence of the Congregation named Andrew" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Elizabeth Whitecross (1833--): 1m. John Burns, 2m. David Lees (1819--)
  • 1841, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 30 svt Y, Hellen Moncrieff 30 Y, Elisabath Whitecross 9 Y, Jenet 8 Y, Alison 6 Y, Andrew 4 Y, Peter 2 Y, John 11m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 21 Apr. 1861, death at Stonelaws of Frances Burns, age 8, daughter of John Burns, deceased locomotive engine driver, and Elizabeth Whitecross, informant grandmother Helen Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Brownrigg, Elizabeth Burns 28 domestic svt Haddington, svt of William Gray [Scotland, 1861 Census, Prestonkirk]
  • 1871, res. West Fenton, David Lees 50 hedger Haddington, Elizabeth 40 Haddington, Thomas G 17 ag laborer Dirleton, Archibald B 15 ag laborer Dirleton, George B 13 Dirleton, Peter W 2 Dirleton, Beatrice B 7m Dirleton [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dirleton]
  • 7 Nov. 1871, death at West Fenton of Beatrice Bathgate Lees, age 15 months, daughter of David Lees, hedger, and Elizabeth Whitecross, informant father David Lees [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Public Road, David Lees 61 hedger Haddington, Elizabeth 51 Haddington, Peter W 12 Dirleton, Beatrice B 8 Dirleton, Maude H 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. 2 Muirfield Cottages, Eliz Lees 62 Haddington, Peter 27 farm svt Dirleton, Beatrice B 18 farm svt Dirleton, Maud H 16 farm svt Dirleton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1901, res. Wynd, John Shepherd 39 golf green keeper Dirleton, Beatrice 28 Dirleton, James 3 Bolton, mL Elizabeth Whitecross Lees 70 Haddington, sisL Maude H 26 housemaid Dirleton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Aberlady]
Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross (1852-1903)
  • 1854, "Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker his wife, had a daughter born on the 25th of December 1852 and baptized ten weeks afterwards in the U.P. Church here and named Elizabeth Runciman" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. 17 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 41 mason N Berwick, Isabella 41 Dirleton, Peter 12 N Berwick, Janet 10 N Berwick, Elizabeth 8 N Berwick, William 6 N Berwick, Richard 2 N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1871, res. 19 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 51 magistrate & mason N Berwick, Isabella 51 Dirleton, Janet M 20 N Berwick, Elizabeth R 18 N Berwick, William W 16 joiner N Berwick, Richard 12 N Berwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 13 Shore St., Isabella Whitecross wd 61 Dirleton, Janet 30 N Berwick, Elizabeth 28 N Berwick, Richard 22 grocer N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1891, Isabella Whitecross wd 71 Dirleton, Elizabeth 38 N Berwick, Richard 32 joiner N Berwick, svt Eliza McNeill gen svt Gladsmuir [Scotland, 1891 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 3 Oct. 1891, Sand Cottage, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 May 1892, subjects in East Rd, North Berwick; Mrs Isabella Smith or Brown disponed in security of £700 bond to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 3 Jan. 1896, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £100 bond to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 May 1899, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross granted discharge of £100 bond, and same day Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £150 bond to James Wallace [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 May 1899, subjects in East Rd, North Berwick; £700 bond assigned to Isabella McDonald [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1901, Elizabeth R Whitecross 48 N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 13 Nov. 1901, Sand Cottage, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross disponed to John Cochrane [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross (1857--): m. Robert Rintoul (1853--)
  • 1891, res. Roull Rd Roull Villa, Robt Rintoul 37 ag engineer Cramond, Elizabeth 34 N Berwick, Jessie M 7 Cramond, Isabella R F 5 Corstorphine, John W 3 Corstorphine, Robt F 2 Corstorphine, Amy E 1 Corstorphine, svt Eliz J Moore 19 domestic svt Bathgate, svt Annie McMannes 18 nursemaid N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, Midlothian, Corstorphine]
  • 1901, res. Fidra Cottage, Elizabeth R Rintoul 44 N Berwick, Jessie M 17 Cramond, Ruby I F 15 Corstorphine, John W 13 Corstorphine, Robert F 12 Corstorphine, Amy Elizabeth 11 Corstorphine [Scotland, 1901 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1917, "Whitecross, Isabella White, Well Cottage, North Berwick, died 30 November 1915, at North Berwick, testate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 27 December, to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross or Rintoul, wife of Robert Rintoul, Jessie Margaret Rintoul, Ruby Isabella Fortune Rintoul and Amy Elizabeth Rintoul, all residing at Well Cottage aforesaid, Executrices nominated in Will or Deed, dated 11 July 1904, and Deed of Assumption, dated 2 June 1917, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 24 December 1917. Value of Estate, £1827, 5s. 3d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
Euphemia Whitecross (1805--): m. John Hardie (c1806--)
  • 1841, res. Herdmanston, John Hardie 35 ag laborer Y, Euphemie 35 Y, Jean 14 Y, Margret 12 Y, Agnes 10 Y, John 6 Y, Richard 3 Y, Mary 3m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Saltoun]
  • 1851, res. Upper Bolton, John Hardie 45 tile maker Haddington, Euphamie 45 Whitekirk, Agnes 20 N Berwick, Richard 12 Athelstaneford, Mary 10 Pencaitland, Jemima 7 Salton, Elizabeth 4 Salton, Helen 9m Bolton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Bolton]
  • 27 Nov. 1857, marriage at Innerwick Free Church Manse of John Henderson, fisher at Vault, Dunbar, age 27, son of John Henderson fisher, and Elizabeth Denholm; and Margaret Hardie, domestic servant at Woodhall, Innerwick, age 28, daughter of John Hardie, farm servant, and Euphemia Whitecross [Scotland, Innerwick, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Woodhall, John Hardie 55 stable man Haddington, Euphemia 55 Whitekirk, John 26 ploughman N Berwick, Richard 22 rabbit catcher Athelstaneford, Mary 20 ag laborer Pencaitland, Elizabeth 14 ag laborer Saltoun, Helen 10 Bolton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Innerwick]
  • 1871, res. West Blausme, John Hardie 65 ag laborer Haddington, Euphemia 65 Whitekirk, Elizabeth 23 farm svt Saltoun, Hellen 20 farm svt Saltoun, gd Janet 13 farm svt New Cumnock, gd Euphemia 7 Dunbar [Scotland, 1871 Census, Bunkle and Preston]
  • 1881, res. Primrosehill, John Hardie 74 Haddington, Euphemia 75 Haddington, Elizabeth 30 farm svt Haddington, gd Euphemia G 17 Dunbar [Scotland, 1881 Census, Bunkle and Preston]
Euphemia Whitecross (1825-1921): m. William Blair (c1824-1891)
  • 11 June 1848, "I hereby certify that William Blair and Euphemia Whitecross both in this Parish gave in to me their names for proclamation of marriage and that they have been proclaimed and Married. June 11th 1848. James Fraser Sess Clk" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1851, William Blair 28 ag laborer Stenton, Euphemia 24 Whittinghame, James 2 Stenton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Stenton]
  • 1854, "William Blair and Euphemia Whitecross Spouses had a son born 5th March and baptised on the 23rd 1849 by the name of James Witnesses of Baptism Alexander Dods James Lawrie. William Blair and Euphemia Whitecross Spouses had a daughter born on 25th August and baptised on the 14th Sept 1851 by the name of Ann Witnesses of Baptism George Halliday Robert Harkess. William Blair and Euphemia Whitecross Spouses had a daughter born on the 23rd January and baptised on the 10th Feby 1854 by the name of Janet Witnesses of Baptism William Kay George Halliday" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 Nov. 1856, death at Innerwick of Thomas Whitecross Blair, age 9 months, son of William Blair, rabbit catcher, and Euphemia Whitecross, buried at Stenton, informant father William Blair [Scotland, Innerwick, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Cromwell Public House, William Blair 36 inn keeper Stenton, Euphemia 34 Whittinghame, James 12 Stenton, Ann Purves 9 Stenton, Janet S C 7 Stenton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Oldhamstocks]
  • 27 Dec. 1863, death at Cromwellhall, Oldhamstocks Village, of male Blair, age 8 hours, son of William Blair, innkeeper, and Euphemia Whitecross, informant father William Blair, entry #7 [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Death Registrations]
  • 27 Dec. 1863, death at Cromwellhall, Oldhamstocks Village, of male Blair, age 10 hours, son of William Blair, innkeeper, and Euphemia Whitecross, informant father William Blair, entry #8 [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Cromwell Hall, William Blair 47 farmer Stenton, Euphemia 45 Whittinghame, Euphemia 5 Oldhamstocks [Scotland, 1871 Census, Oldhamstocks]
  • 17 May 1872, marriage at Oldhamstocks Village of James Blair, ploughman at Aikengall, Innerwick, son of William Blair, farmer, and Euphimia Whitecross; and Elisabeth Manderson, outdoor worker at Oldhamstocks Village, age 21, daughter of William Manderson, joiner, and Elizabeth Crombie [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Marriage Registrations]
  • 19 Feb. 1875, marriage at Cromwell Hall of Thomas Laing, tailor at Cockburnspath, age 26, son of Peter Laing, tailor, and Magdalene Anderson; and Annie P. Blair, domestic servant at Cromwell Hall, age 23, daughter of William Blair, farmer, and Euphemia Whitecross [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1881, William Blair 57 ag laborer Stenton, Euphemia Whitecross 55 Whittinghame, Euphemia 15 Oldhamstocks [Scotland, 1881 Census, Oldhamstocks]
  • 1891, res. Village, William Blair 63 road surfaceman Stenton, Euphemia 61 Whittinghame, brdr James Cairns 20 shepherd Lyne [Scotland, 1891 Census, Oldhamstocks]
  • 1901, res. Thurston Smithy Cottages, Jas Thomson 66 shepherd, Euphemia 35 Oldhamstocks, mL Euphemia Blair 74 annuitant Whittingham [Scotland, 1901 Census, Innerwick]
George Whitecross (1722--): m. Margaret Whitson
  • Aug. 1739, "Christian D[aughter] L[awful] To George Whitecross and Margret Whitson was born the 18d day of Aug & baptized the 21d day of the Said Month witnesses James Begbie in Scougal & John Lamb and John Watsone in South Peffersyde" [Scotland, Tyninghame, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Aug. 1741, "William S[on] L[awful] To George Whitecross & Margd Whitson in Peffersyde was Born the 10th day of August and Baptized the 16th day of the Sd Month Witnesses John Watsone & John Lamb in ..." [Scotland, Tyninghame, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Oct. 1743, "Jean D[aughter] L[awful] To George Whitecross and Margd Whitsom in North Pefferside was born the 26th of October & Baptized the 31d of the said Month Witnesses James Begbie in Scougal and John Lamb in South Pefferside" [Scotland, Tyninghame, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
George Whitecross (1752--): m. Helen Robertson (c1748-1830)
  • 15 May 1779, "George Whitecross, labourer in this parish & Hellen Robertson in the parish of Dirleton gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage & were married the 28th ditto" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • May 1780, "[born May] 12 [baptised] 21 Jane, [parents] Geor Whitecorse Helen Robertson, [witnesses] Patr Whitecorse John Whitecorse" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Oct. 1782, "George Whitecross Labr and Helen Robertson his wife had a son born 17th Octr baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation and named Patrick" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 May 1785, "George Whitecross Labr and Helen Robertson his wife had a daughter born 15th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation & named Margt" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Mar. 1788, "George Whitecross Labr and Helen Robertson his wife had a daughter born 23d baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Helen" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 May 1790, "George Whitecross Labr and Helen Robertson his wife had a daughter born 20th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Agnes" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 July 1826, "Peter Whitecross, only son of George Whitecross, and Servant to Sir Hew D. Hamilton Bart, died the [blank] aged 43 years, and was this day interred in the Church yard here" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 21 Jan. 1830, "Helen Robertson wife of George Whitecross died the 18th inst aged 81 years, & was this day interred in the Church yard here" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 27 Sep. 1831, "James Yorkston labourer and his wife Agnes Whitecross had a Son born the nineteenth of April one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, and Baptized the twenty eighth of the same month in presence of George Whitecross and John Manderson & named George" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
George Whitecross (1850-1917): m. Agnes Venus (1859--)
  • 1851, res. West Craig, Peter Whitecross 25 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 28 N Berwick, William 2 Dirleton, George 5m N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. 77 Albert St, George Whitecross 29 cartman Scotland, Agnes 22 Ellingham, Agnes 1 Newcastle-on-Tyne [England, 1881 Census, Northumberland, Newcastle-on-Tyne]
  • 1891, George Whitecross 38 cartman Scotland, Agnes 32 N Charlton, Agnes 11 Newcastle-on-Tyne, George 8 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Mary 4 Newcastle-on-Tyne [England, 1891 Census, Northumberland, Byker]
  • 1901, res. 37 Kendal St, George Whitecross 50 gen laborer Scotland, Agnes 42 N Charlton, Geo 18 cartman Newcastle-on-Tyne, Mary 14 Newcastle-on-Tyne, John 4 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Jannet 2 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Annie 1 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Wallis 3m Newcastle-on-Tyne [England, 1901 Census, Northumberland, Byker]
  • 1911, res. 37 Kendal St, George Whitecross 59 quayside laborer N Berwick, Agnes 52 Blessy, John 11 errand boy Byker, Janet 12 Byker, Annie 11 Byker [England, 1911 Census, Northumberland, Byker]
Harriet Whitecross (1796--): m. James Livingstone (1799--)
  • June 1819, "James Livingstone Potter in Prestonpans and Harriot Whitecross daughter of the deceased James Whitecross in Cockenzie were after proclamation married 4 June 1819" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 26 Mar. 1820, "James Livingstone Potter and Hariot Whitecross had a Son born 11th March 1820 and baptised 26th March named David" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Sep. 1821, "James Livingston Potter & Harriet Whitecross his Wife had a Son born the 8th & baptised the 30th of September 1821 named James" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 June 1823, "James Livingstone Potter and Herriot Whitecross had a Daughter born 29th May and baptised 1 June 1823 named Mary" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 June 1825, "James Livingstone Potter and Herriot Whitecross his wife had a Son born 30th May & baptised 12th June 1825 named Peter" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Dec. 1827, "James Livingstone Potter and Hariot Whitecross had a Son born 15th Decr & baptised 30th Decr 1827 named George" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Feb. 1830, "James Livingstone Potter and Hariot Whitecross his wife had a Daughter born 15th Feby & baptised 28th Feby 1830 named Christian" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Sep. 1831, "James Livingstone Potter and Herriot Whitecross his wife had a Daughter born 31st Augt and baptised 18th Septr 1831 named Ann" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Feb. 1834, "James Livingstone Potter and Harriot Whitecross his wife had a Daughter born 2nd Feby & baptised 20th Feby 1834 named Harriot" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 21 Aug. 1836, "James Livingstone Potter and Harriot Whitecross his wife had a Son born 4th July and baptised 21st Augt 1836 named John" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Hugh Whitecross (1849--): m. Jessie F. Duncan (c1845--)
  • 1851, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 32 ag laborer N Berwick, Alison 30 Dirleton, Agness 8 Dirleton, William 5 Dirleton, Hugh 3 Dirleton, Richard 2 Dirleton, ldgr [bro] John 22 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1854, Richard Whitecross, hind at Saltcoats and Alison Watt, son William b. 16 Oct. 1847, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit David Watt & John Bathgate, son Hugh b. 19 Mar. 1849, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit Mr S D Shirreff and James Shield, son Richard b. 26 Jany 1852, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit John Bathgate & James Shield, son Charles b. 28 Aug. 1853, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit. John Bathgate & James Shield [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1881, Hugh Whitecross 33 coachman Dirleton, Jessie F 35 Fowlis Easter, Marjory 4 Haddington, Alice 3 Haddington, Jessie 1 Athelstaneford, Helen 11wk Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1881 Census, Athelstaneford]
  • 1891, res. Muirton, Hugh Whitecross 43 coachman Dirleton, Jessie 45 Tulchan, Alison 13 post runner Haddington, Jessie 11 Athelstaneford, Hellen 10 Athelstaneford, Maggie 8 Athelstaneford, Richard 7 Athelstaneford, Devina 5 Athelstaneford, Hugh 3 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1881 Census, Athelstaneford]
  • 1901, res. Mormment Cottage, Hugh Whitecross 52 bowling green keeper Dirleton, Jessie D 54 Towcester, Margery 24 domestic Gladsmuir, Richard 17 grocer Athelstaneford, Devina 15 dressmaker Athelstaneford, Hugh 13 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1881 Census, Haddington]
Isabel Whitecross (1789--): m. George Ramsay
  • 1819, "John Ramsay at present residing at Elphingstone and Servant last half year in Ormiston parish, and Isabel Whitecross daughter of Andrew Whitecross at St Clements wells were after proclamation married" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1820, "George Ramsay, Hynd Cloutses, and Isabel Whitecross his wife had a son named William born 9 and bapd 21 April 1820" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 Jan. 1826, "Ramsay, George Farm servant Seton hill & his wife Iabella Whitecross had a son born 30th Decr 1825 & baptised 22nd Janry 1826 by the Revd Dr Hamilton & named John Witnesses John Ramsay & Isabella Samuel both at Seton hill" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Mar. 1828, "Ramsay, George Farm Servant at Setonhill & his wife Isabella Whitecross had a Daughter born 21st Febry 1828 & baptized the 16th March 1828 by The Revd Dr Hamilton & named Rachel Witnesses Mary Ormiston & Margt Barrie" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Feb. 1831, "Ramsay, George and Isabel Whitecross had a son born 1st and Bap 28 February name George Witnesses David paterson & Peter Sinclair" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Isabella Whitecross (1807-1849): m. James Adamson (1806-1869)
  • 15 Dec. 1831, "Pittenweem 15th December 1831, this day James Adamson in this parish and Isabella Whitecross in the Parish of St Cuthbert's Edinr gave in their names for Proclamation of the Banns of Marriage, which were three several times published in the Parish Church here and no objections offered, Married by the Revd Mr [blank]" [Scotland, Pittenweem, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1841, res. Upper Loan, James Adamson 35 joiner Y, Isabella 30 N, Mary 8 Y, Ann 6 Y, John 5 Y, Richard W 3 Y, James 3 Y, Isabella 2 Y, Elizabeth 2m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Pittenweem]
  • 1851, res. Lone, James Adamson 45 carpenter Pittenweem, Mary 18 Pittenweem, John 14 carpenter Pittenweem, Richard 13 draper Pittenweem, James 13 carpenter Pittenweem, Isabella 11 Pittenweem, Elizth 9 Pittenweem, Janet 7 Pittenweem, Robert 2 Pittenweem [Scotland, 1851 Census, Pittenweem]
  • 1861, res. Charles St, James Adamson 55 magistrate & carpenter Pittenweem, Mary 57 England, Mary F 28 Pittenweem, John 25 carpenter Pittenweem, James 23 carpenter Pittenweem, Janet 17 Pittenweem, Robert N 12 Pittenweem, sisL Anna Thompson 64 England [Scotland, 1861 Census, Pittenweem]
James Whitecross (1748-1809): m. Mary Crawford
  • 7 June 1778, "James Whitecross, mason, & Mary Crawford had a lawful daughter born the 28th May & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Jean" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Nov. 1782, "November 14th 1782 James White-cross in Cockenzie and his Wife Mary Crawfurd had a Son Born Novr 14 Baptizd Novemr 24 and named James. Witnesses Richard White-cross and Peter Whitecross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 Sep. 1785, "September 24th 1785 David Sim in Cockenzie and his Wife Helen Kellie had a Son born Septemr 24 baptized October 2d 1785 and named John Witnesses George Morrison and James Whyte-Cross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Sep. 1785, "September 27th 1785 James White-cross in Cockenzie and his Wife Mary Crafurd had a Daughter Mary born Septr 27 and Baptized Octr 2d Witnesses David Sim and Alexander Barber" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 Sep. 1789, "Tranent September 9th James Whitecross in Cockenzie & Mary Crawford his wife had twins born August 8th Baptized August 15th 1789 and named Alison & Jannet. Witt. Geo. Morison and Thos. White" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 July 1792, "Tranent July 26th 1792 John Meek in Port Seton and Janet Allan his wife had a daughter born July 19th Bap July 26th 1792 and named Janet Wit George Morison and James Whitcross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • July 1792, "James Whitcross in Cockenzie and Margaret Crawford his wife had a son born July 19th Bap. July 26th 1792 and named William. Wit. Geo. Morison and Thomas White" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 Feb. 1796, "9th James Whitcross in Cockenzie and Mary Crawford his wife had a daughter born 5th Feb. Bap. 13th Feb. 1796 & named Heriot. Wit. John Roger & James Roger" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 June 1809, "June 1 Whitecross James, mason in Cockenzie, Fever, [age] 61, [interred] 4 [June], 1[st] Do [mortcloth]" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • June 1819, "James Livingstone Potter in Prestonpans and Harriot Whitecross daughter of the deceased James Whitecross in Cockenzie were after proclamation married 4 June 1819" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
James Whitecross (1782--): m. Christian Waddell
  • 11 Aug. 1807, "James Whitecross mason Stockbridge & Christian Waddel his spouse had a son born 8th Current named James" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Oct. 1809, "James Whitecross Mason Stockbridge and Christian Waddel his spouse had a daugr born 11th Current named Mary" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Jan. 1812, "James Whitecross Mason Stockbridge and Christian Waddell his Spouse had a daughter born 9th Current named Janet" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 June 1814, "James Whitecross Mason Stockbridge and Christian Waddell his Spouse had a Son born 1st Current named James" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 May 1817, "James Whitecross Mason at Stockbridge and Christian Waddel his Spouse had a Son born 26th April last named William" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 25 Aug. 1819, "James Whitecross Mason Stockbridge and Christian Waddel his Spouse had a Daughter born 15th Current named Euphemia" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Oct. 1821, "James Whitecross Mason Spring Gardens and Christain Waddell his Spouse had a Son born 4th current named James" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 4 Feb. 1824, "James Whitecross Mason Stockbridge & Christian Waddell his Spouse had a daughter born 27th Jany last named Alice" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 June 1826, "James Whitecross Mason No. 6 Spring Gardens Stockbridge & Christian Waddell his Spouse had a Daughter Born on Twenty Fourth May last Named Margaret" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 Dec. 1830, "James Whitecross Mason Braids Row Stockbridge and Christian Weddell his Spouse had a Daughter born on the Fourteenth December Current Named Jean Gibson" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
James Whitecross (1782-1860): m. Mary Manderson (1781-1851)
  • 26 Oct. 1805, "James Whitecross & Mary Manderson both in this Parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage & were married accordingly before these witnesses Richd Whitecross & Jas Manderson" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 28 Oct. 1805, "To Jas Whitecross his marriage being thrice proclaimed on one Sabbath 5/-" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 4 Jan. 1807, "James Whitecross servt & Mary Manderson his wife had a son born 24th Decr last & baptized the above date in presence of Francis Hislop & Hugh Wilson named Richard" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Aug. 1808, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a son born 25th Currt & baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named William" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Mar. 1811, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a son born the 8th Currt & baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation & named James" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 May 1815, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a Daughter born the 23d of April last & baptd yesterday the 7th Current in presence of Peter Whitecross & James Manderson & named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 21 Oct. 1817, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a Daughter born the 21st of Septr and baptized the 30th in presence of Richard & Peter Whitecross & named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 July 1821, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a Son born the 11th & baptized the 22d Current in presence of Richd Whitecross & Peter Manderson & named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, James Whitecross 60 ag laborer Y, Mary 59 Y, Janet 20 Y, Peter 19 ag laborer Y, Christian Manderson 60 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Back St., James Whitecross 68 herd N Berwick, Mary 69 N Berwick, Peter 27 farm servant N Berwick, Margaret 36 house servant N Berwick, granddau Mary 1 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 7 May 1851, "Mary Manderson, [age] 69 [died]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 26 Jan. 1858, death at North Berwick of Peter Whitecross, general laborer, age 35, son of James Whitecross, farm steward, and deceased Mary Manderson, buried at North Berwick, informant widow Mary Ann Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 8 Dec. 1860, James Whitecross, retired farm steward, widower, died 4 Dec. 1860, 10:30 a.m., at North Berwick, age 78 years, of decay of nature, buried North Berwick Church Yard, parents Richard Whitecross deceased domestic coachman & Margaret Runciman deceased, informant nephew John Whitecross, merchant, North Berwick" [Scotland, Civil Death Registrations, North Berwick]
James Whitecross (c1844--): m. Mary Ann Brown (c1848--)
  • 1851, res. 11 Leithwynd, Peter Whitecross 33 coachman N Berwick, Elizabeth 33 Aberlady, Richard 13 last maker Preston, James 7 Gifford, John 5 Ormiston, Elizabeth 3 Ormiston, Jane 2 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh Canongate]
  • 1871, res. 23 W G Court, James Whitecross 25 cab driver Gifford, Mary 25 Ireland, William 5 Edinburgh, Peter 4 Edinburgh, dau [sis] Alice 13 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1871 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
  • 1881, res. 4 Church Bldgs, James Whitecross 36 cab driver Ormiston, Mary A 33 Ireland, Richard 8 Edinburgh, Niel J 6 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1881 Census, Edinburgh St Giles]
James Hendrie Whitecross (1855--): m. Margaret Craise Runciman (1857-1908)
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1881, James Whitecross 24 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Margaret Runciman 23 Dunbar, Peter Whitecross 1m Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. Hodges, James Whitecross 35 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Margaret 33 Dunbar, Peter 10 Dirleton, Joan 7 Dirleton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1901, res. Redside, James Whitecross 45 grieve Athelstaneford, Margaret 43 Dunbar, Peter 20 carter Dirleton, Joan 17 domestic Dirleton [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
Janet Whitecross (1774--): m. James Kelly (1774--)
  • Dec. 1802, "[born Dec.] 6 [baptised] 16 Ann, [parents] James Kellie Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Manderston James Wood" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1805, "[born 1802 June] 3 [baptised] 10 James, [parents] James Kelly Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] John Grieve James Grieve" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1805, "[born] Jane 25 [baptised] Febr 6 John, [parents] James Kelly Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] John Whitecross Senr John Whitecross Junr" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1808, "[born 1807] July 17 [baptised] 20 Peter, [parents] James Kellie Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Kellie John Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1812, "March 7 Richard, [parents] James Kellie Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Kelly Senr John Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Jan. 1815, "Jany 4 Janet, [parents] James Kelly Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Kelly Sen Andw Nisbet" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Janet Whitecross (1817--): m. William Finlay (c1819--)
  • 1841, res. Westgate, James Whitecross 60 ag laborer Y, Mary 59 Y, Janet 20 Y, Peter 19 ag laborer Y, Christian Manderson 60 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 28 Aug. 1843, "It is hereby certified that William Finlay resident in the Parish of Wigton, and Janet Whitecross residing in this Parish, have been three times proclaimed in order to marriage in the Parish Church & that no objection has been offered" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • June 1855, "Finlay, William miller and Janet Whitecross his wife their son John born 26th May 1851 and baptized by Revd Dr Cook" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 June 1855, death at Clerkington Mill of male Finlay, age 8 hours, born at Clerkington Mill, son of William Finlay, miller, and Janet Whitecross, buried at Haddington, informant father William Finlay [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 15 July 1856, death at Spear's Close of male Finlay, age 24 hours, son of William Finlay, carter, and Janet Whitecross, buried at Haddington, informant father William Finlay [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Netherbyres Bridge, William Finlay 41 game keeper Prestonkirk, Janet 42 N Berwick, Mary 12 Wigton, John 9 Haddington, William 1 Ayton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Eyemouth]
  • 1871, res. Ferneyside, William Finlay 50 ag laborer Prestonkirk, Janet 51 N Berwick, Mary 21 Bladnoch, John 19 Haddington, William 11 Ayton, James 8 Eyemouth, Peter 6 Eyemouth [Scotland, 1871 Census, Ayton]
Janet Whitecross (1824--): m. David Drummond (c1825--)
  • 12 Aug. 1824, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the fifteenth of January last and Baptized the first of Feby following in presence of the united Associate Congregation, named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross 50 mason Y, Richard 20 mason Y, John 15 mason Y, William 9 Y, Elizabeth 16 Y, Janet McKenzie 22 Y [Elizabeth and Janet are reversed], Alexander 1 N [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. 9 Stafford St, Elizabeth Watson 65 fundholder Inverkeithing, svt Janet Whitecross 26 gen svt N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
  • 26 July 1852, "It is hereby certified that David Drummond, Commercial Traveller, residing in Gray Friars Parish Edinr, and Janet Whitecross, residing in North Berwick, have been three times proclaimed in this Parish Church in order to marriage, and that no objection has been offered, & were married on the 30th currt by Revd John M Dyer U.P.N.B" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1854, "David Drummond, Stationer, and Janet Whitecross, his Wife, had a Daughter born on the 14th of September 1853, and baptized on the 18th of October following & named Elizabeth Runciman" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Old Castle Garden, David Drummond 38 railway laborer Dorie, brdr at James Couts [Scotland, 1861 Census, Banff, Mortlach]
  • 1871, res. 18 Downie Place, David Drummond 46 stationer Kilmadock, David 15 engineer St Cuthberts, Janet F 13 St Cuthberts, Elizabeth W 10 St Cuthberts, Peter 7 St Cuthberts, Margaret 5 St Cuthberts, sis Margaret 60 Kilmadock, svt Margaret Mather 23 gen svt Linlithgow [Scotland, 1871 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
Jean Whitecross (1743-1809): m. James Yorkston (c1739-1814)
  • 19 June 1770, "Tranent June 19th 1770 Compeared James Yorstone and Jean Whitecross irregularly marryed, they were reproved, exhorted &c." [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 26 July 1770, "July 26th 1770 James Yorstoun in Tranent and his Wife Jean Whitecross had a Son Born July 26th Baptized the first day of August 1770 and named John Witnesses of the Baptism Richard Whitecross and Archibald Scott" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Mar. 1772, "March 20th 1772 James Yorstoun in Tranent and his Wife Jean Whitecross had a Son Born March 20 Baptized March 30th 1772 and named Richard Witnesses George Hastie and Mr Turcan" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Sep. 1775, "Tranent 29 September 1775 James Yorston in Tranent and his Wife [blank] Whitecross had a Daughter Born 29 Sptember Baptized Octr 16th 1775 and named Margaret Witnesses John Redford and Andrew Gold" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Oct. 1778, "Tranent October 3d 1778 James Yorston in Tranent and his Wife Jean White Cross had Twins a Son and a Daughter John and Isabell Born October 3d and Baptized October 30. Witnesses Richard White-Cross and John Glen" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 May 1784, "Tranent May 2d 1784 James Yorstone in Tranent and his Wife Jean Whitecross had a Son born May 2d 1784 Baptizd May 6th 1784 and named Hugh. Witnesses William Steel and Mr Turcan. This is the first Boy baptized by the Revd Mr Hugh Cuningham." [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1786, "Tranent Novemr 20th 1785 James Yorston in Tranent and his Wife Jean Whitecross had a Son born the 20th Day of November 1785 Baptized March 7th 1786 and named James. Witnesses John Kedglie and Mr Turcan" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Nov. 1809, "Nov 16 Whitecross Jean wife of James Yorkston Labourer in Tranent (old age) [age] 66 [interred] 19 [Nov.], 2[nd] Clth" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 7 Sep. 1814, "Sep 7 Yorston James Labourer in Tranent died of old age [age] 75 [interred] 9 [Sep., mortcloth fee] 6/8" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
Jean Whitecross (1778--): m. John Temple
  • 1804, "John Temple private in the Berwickshire Militia & Jean Whitecross Parishioner after regular proclamation of Banns were married 3d April 1804" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1 Oct. 1804, "Octr 1. John Temple Berwicksh. Mil. & Jean Whitecross his wife, A son James born 23d Augt" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Dec. 1805, "John Temple Private in the Berwickshire Militia & Jean Whitecross his wife had their son John born 20 and bapd 26 Oct 1805" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1807, "John Temple private in the Berwickshire Militia & his wife Jean Whitecross had their daughter Mary born 18 Nov. 1806" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • May 1808, "John Temple private in the Berwickshire Militia and Jean Whitecross his wife had their son William born 26 April bapd 8 May 1808" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Aug. 1809, "Aug 14 Temple William son of [blank] Temple Private in the Berwick milita (Decline) [age] 1 [year] 4 [months, interred] 15 [Aug.], 2 ch[ilds] Clth" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • Oct. 1812, "John Temple Private in the Berwickshire Militia & Jean Whitecross his wife had a son named George born 11 April & bapd 17 April 1812" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Jan. 1814, "John Temple Private in the Berwickshire Militia & Jean Whitecross his wife had a Daughter named Janet born 3 and bapd 14 January 1814" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Oct. 1815, "John Temple Shoemaker in Cockenzie and Jean Whitecross his wife had a son named Robert born 26 Sep. & bapd 9 Oct. 1815" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 6 Jan. 1817, "Jan. 6 Temple Robt son of John Temple Shoemaker, Prestonpans, Croup [age] 1 [year] 4 [months, buried] 8 [Jan., mortcloth fee] 2/6" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 25 Apr. 1819, "John Temple Shoemaker and Jean Whitecross his wife had a Daughter born 7th and baptised 25th April 1819 named Harriot" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Sep. 1857, death at Ayres Wynd of Jessie Temple, single, age 55, of cancer of the womb, daughter of John Temple, shoemaker, and Jane Whitecross, buried at East Churchyard, Prestonpans, informant daughter Margaret Temple [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
Jean Whitecross (1802--): m. Richard Kelty
  • Apr. 1830, "[born] 6th April Jean Hadden Keltie daughter of Richd Keltie Auldhame and Jean Whitecross his wife Thomas Watt Archd McKinlay Witnesses [baptised[ April 20" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Apr. 1833, "Helen lawful daughter to Richard Keltie & Jean Whitecross was born on the 19th & baptised the 28th of April 1833 witnesses John Keltie & Peter Narson" [Scotland, Garvald, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross: m. Margaret Hoge
  • 22 Apr. 1682, "22 of April Married John Whitcross and Margret Hoge" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 22 July 1683, "22 of July ... also [baptized] Isobell D to John Whytcross in Bonston W: John Walker and Robt Waderson" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 Feb. 1685, "Baptized James Son to James Whitcorse and Margret Hoge. Wits: Richard Goodfellow and Patrick Hunter" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Jan. 1688, "11 of Januarie baptized John S to John Whytcross W: Adam Hoge and Rot Elphistoun" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1688--): m. Christian Dobie (1686--)
  • 8 Sep. 1711, "1711 Septr 8 ... The same day John Whitcorse in North berwick paroch and Christine Dobby in this to be proclaimed and 3 pd" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 7 Oct. 1711, "1711 October 7th. John Whitecors in this parish and Christian Dobie in the parish of Prestonhaugh wer proclaimed in order to marriage pro 1 mo Sabb October 14th pro 2do Sabb October 21 pro 3tio and married att Whitekirk November 3rd day 1711" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 28 Sep. 1712, "John Whitecors & Christian Dobie in this parish had a childe baptised here named Richard wit Richard Richeson & James Watson" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Nov. 1715, "John Whitecross & Christian Dobie in this parish had a child baptized here named John witnesses John Syme & Joseph Burn" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Nov. 1717, "John Whitecross & Christian Dobie in this paroch had a child baptized here named Richard wit Richard & George Richardsons" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 May 1720, "John Whitecross and Christian Dobbie had a child baptized called Patrick witnesses Richard Richardson & John Waddel" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Aug. 1722, "John White-Cross & Christian Dobbie had a child baptized called George witnesses Richard Richardson & George Watt" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 May 1727, "John Whitecross & Christian Dobie had a child baptized called Janet witnesses Richard Richardson & John Holyday" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 Dec. 1741, "John Whitecross & Cathrine Barry had a child baptized / Patrick / witnesses Patrick Leaman & John Whitecross" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 Mar. 1751, "John Whitecross & Kathrine Brown had a child baptized / John / witnesses John & Peter Whitecross" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1715--): m. Catherine Brown
  • 13 Dec. 1741, "John Whitecross & Cathrine Barry had a child baptized / Patrick / witnesses Patrick Leaman & John Whitecross" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 June 1745, "John Whitecross & Cathrine Brown had a child baptized / Janet / witnesses Robert Story & John Elliot" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 Mar. 1751, "John Whitecross & Kathrine Brown had a child baptized / John / witnesses John & Peter Whitecross" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 Apr. 1759, "John Whitecross & Catharine Brown had a lawful son born the 17th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Andrew" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1746--): m. Ann Charles
  • 24 June 1772, "John Whitecross, fisher, & Anne Charles had a lawful son born the 22d & baptized the above date in presence of Mr Lauder & Mr Rannie named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 Oct. 1774, "John Whitecross, a labouring man, & Anne Charles had lawful twin daughters born the 5th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Alison & Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • May 1780, "[born May] 12 [baptised] 21 Jane, [parents] Geor Whitecorse Helen Robertson, [witnesses] Patr Whitecorse John Whitecorse" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1805, "[born] Jane 25 [baptised] Febr 6 John, [parents] James Kelly Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] John Whitecross Senr John Whitecross Junr" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1808, "[born 1807] July 17 [baptised] 20 Peter, [parents] James Kellie Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Kellie John Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1812, "March 7 Richard, [parents] James Kellie Janet Whitecross, [witnesses] James Kelly Senr John Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1751--): m. Euphan Kelty (1751--)
  • 26 Sep. 1774, "Sept 26 1774 John, son of John Whitecross & Euphan Keltie his wife was born the 18 Inst & baptized this Day Witnesses Richd Keltie & John Whitecross" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 Mar. 1777, "March 22 1777 Richard son of John Whitecross & Euphan Keltie born Witnesses to the Baptism Jno Whitecross Richd Keltie" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Jan. 1779, "John Whitecross, labourer, & eupham Skeltie had a lawful son born the 28th December & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Dec. 1780, "John Whitecross Labr and Euphane Kelly his wife had a son born 12th Decr baptized 17th ditto in presence of the Congregation & named Andrew" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 July 1784, "John Whitecross Labr & Eupham Keltie his wife had a daughter born 7th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation & named Elizabeth" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 25 Nov. 1787, "John Whitecross Labr and Eupham Keltie his wife had a daughter born 14th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation and named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Dec. 1790, "John Whitecross Labr and Eupham Kelty his wife had a son born 22d baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Alexander" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1804, "[born March] 9 [baptised] 18 John, [parents] Richard Whitecross Jean Haldane, [witnesses] John Whitecross Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Aug. 1807, "Richard Whitecross & Jean Haldane his spouse had a Daughter born 19th Augt baptised 23d do & named Agnes Wts John Whitecross & William Haldane" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Feb. 1808, "John Whitecross coachman to Adml Minchin & Marion Hadden his wife had a son born 7th Currt & baptized the above date in presence of Wm Buckles & John Whitecross named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 Apr. 1810, "Richd Whitecross and Jean Haldane Spouses had a Son born 12th March 1810 & baptized April 8th his name Richard Witss of Baptism John Whitecross and Wm Haldane" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 June 1814, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a Daughter born the 24th Current & baptized the above date in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junior and named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Aug. 1815, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had twins born a Son & a Daughter the 5th Current & baptized the 13th in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junr & named Alexander & Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1774--): m. Marion Haldane (1774--)
  • 27 Aug. 1802, "Whitecross, John Servant to Major Hepburn of Clerkington, and his Wife Marion Hadden had a Daughter born the 18th of August 1802 & baptized the 27th of said month by the Revd Mr Hamilton Minr of Gladsmuir and named Euphan. Witnesses Will Borthwick & George Wallace" [Scotland, Gladsmuir, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 22 July 1804, "John Whitecross coachman & Marrion Haldane his wife had a daughter born 13th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Marion" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 5 Oct. 1806, "John Whitecross & Marion Hadden his wife had a son born on the 25th Septr and baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Feb. 1808, "John Whitecross coachman to Adml Minchin & Marion Hadden his wife had a son born 7th Currt & baptized the above date in presence of Wm Buckles & John Whitecross named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Nov. 1810, "John Whitecross servant & Marion Hadden his wife had a Daughter born the 11th Currt & baptized the above date in presence of James Grieve & James Lindsay & named Elisabeth" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 5 Mar. 1814, "John Whitecross Gentlemans Servant Water of Leith and Marion Hadden his Spouse had a Son born 17th Feby last named Peter" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 June 1814, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had a Daughter born the 24th Current & baptized the above date in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junior and named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Aug. 1815, "Andrew Whitecross Labr & Janet Lawson his wife had twins born a Son & a Daughter the 5th Current & baptized the 13th in presence of John Whitecross Senr & Junr & named Alexander & Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 21 Jan. 1818, "John Whitecross Coachman Water of Leith and Marion Hadden his Spouse had a son born 4th Current named Alexander" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
John Whitecross (1786-1830): m. Mary Thomson (1788--)
  • 26 Aug. 1810, "Donat, John Wright & Sophia Whitecross his wife their daughter Mary born 12 & baptized 26 August wit John Whitcross & James Roger" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Dec. 1810, "John Whitecross in St Clements wells & Mary Thomson Daughter of William Thomson, Labourer in Elphingstone after proclamation were married the 14th December 1810" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Dec. 1811, "John Whitecross Labourer at St Clements wells & Mary Thomson his wife had their Daughter Agnes born 26 Nov. & bapd. 8 Dec. 1811" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Apr. 1813, "John Whitecross Labourer at St Clements wells and Mary Thomson his wife had a daughter named Rachel born 17 March and bapd 11 April 1813" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • July 1815, "John Whitecross Hynd at St Clements wells and Mary Thomson his wife had a Daughter named Mary born 23 June & bapd 4 July 1815" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 July 1815, "7 Whitecross Margaret daughter of John Whitecross Carter in St Clements wells, Bowellhive [age] ½ [month, buried] 9 [July, mortcloth fee] 2/6" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • Nov. 1816, "John Whitecross in St Clements wells and Marion Thomson his wife had a Daughter named Marion born 24 Oct and bapd 17 November 1816" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1819, "John Whitecross Carter in St Clements wells & Marion Thomson his wife had a son named Andrew born 1 and bapd 28 March 1819" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1821, "John Whitecross Hynd at St Clements wells and Marion Thomson his wife had a Daughter named Margaret born 11th oct & bap 4 November 1821" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Oct. 1823, "John Whitecross Carter in St Clements wells & Marion Thomson his wife had a daughter named Catharine born 2st & bapd 7 October 1823" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Aug. 1826, "John Whitecross Labourer in St Clements Wells and Marion Thomson his wife had a Daughter named Janet born 23 July and bapd 13 Aug 1826" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 May 1830, "28 Whitecross John carter St Clements wells (Killed) [age] 42 [buried] 30 [May, mortcloth fee] 8/" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • Dec. 1845, "Thomas Stevens, Shoemaker residing at No 27 Giles Street, Leith, parish of South Leith, and Margaret Whitecross residing at Bath Place, Leith, same parish, daughter of the late John Whitecross, Farm Servant, Inveresk, were three times proclaimed in Order to Marriage in the parish church of South Leith on the 21st Decemr 1845 & No Objections offered, and were married at Leith on the 23d Decr 1845 by the Revd George Scott of St Thomas, Leith" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Nov. 1849, "Adam Wilson, Confectioner, residing at No 38 Elbe Street, Leith, and Catherine Whitecross also residing there; daughter of the late John Whitecross, Farm servant, St Clements Wells, were three times proclaimed in order to marriage in the Parish Church of South Leith 18th November 1849 and were married at Leith 20th November 1849 by the Revd Alexander D Kenninmont" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
John Whitecross (1788-1855): m. Helen Herriot (1803-c1874)
  • 13 Aug. 1826, "John Whitecross Teacher No 1 Portland Place Edinburgh, and Helen Herriot Daughter of John Herriot Shopkeeper in Prestonpans entered their names to be proclaimed three successive Sabbaths, commencing on Sabbath the 13th of August 1826, in order to Marriage" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 17 Oct. 1829, "John Whitecross, Teacher No 17 Fountain Bridge and Helen Heriot his Spouse had a Daughter born on the Ninth day of September last Named Elizabeth. Baptized on Sabbath the Fourth Curt by the Reverend William Peddie One of the Ministers of the United Associate Secession Congregation, Bristo Street" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 8 June 1832, "John Whitecross Teacher No 17 Fountain Bridge and Helen Herriot his Spouse had a Daughter born on the Fifteenth day of April last Named Helen. Baptized on Sabbath the Thirteenth day of May thereafter by the Reverend William Peddie One of the Ministers of the United Associate Secession Congregation, Lothian Road" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 May 1834, "John Whitecross Teacher No 17 Fountain Bridge and Helen Herriot his Spouse had a Son Born on the Thirteenth day of April last Named John. Baptized by the Revd William Peddie, one of the Ministers of the United Associate Secession Congregation in Bristo Street" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Prestonpans, John Whitecross 53 teacher Y, Helen 38 Y, William 13 N, Elisabeth 11 N, Helen 9 N, John 7 N, Margaret 1m Y, Janet Paterson 16 svt Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1851, res. Kennet School House, John Whitecross 63 teacher Tranent, Helen 48 teacher Tranent, Elizabeth 21 governess Edinburgh, John 16 bookseller Edinburgh, Margaret 9 Prestonpans, vis John Baillie 18 lithographer Edinburgh, brdr Georgina Smith 11 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1851 Census, Clackmannan]
John Whitecross (1800-1867): m. Janet Porteous (c1826-1884)
  • 27 Jan. 1800, Alexander Whitecorss Barbara Brook, son John b. 21 Jan., wit Alexr Smith & John Sives [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Nov. 1822, "Whitekirk 23d November 1822 This day Peter Whitecross and Catherine Anderson both of this Parish have given up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage before these witnesses John Whitecross and Charles Anderson, James Moncrieff Sess Clk" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1861, res. 2 Coates Crescent, John Whitecross 57 butler Dirleton, Jennet Porteous 35 domestic svt Dunbar, servants at Mary Hay [Scotland, 1861 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
  • 11 Oct. 1866, death at West Barns of Mary Whitecross, domestic servant, single, age 72, daughter of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant brother John Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
  • 12 Nov. 1866, death at West Barns of Alison Burnet, age 68, widow of James Burnet, land steward, daughter of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant brother John Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
  • 12 May 1867, death at Beltonford of John Whitecross, innkeeper, age 65, spouse Janet Porteous, son of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant neighbor Rob Robertson [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
  • 23 Jan. 1885, "Confirmation of Janet Porteous or Whitecross, Belhaven, widow of John Whitecross, Innkeeper, Beltonford, who died 29 June 1884, at Belhaven aforesaid, testate, granted at Haddington, to George Cunningham, Builder, Dunbar, Executor, nominated in Will or Deed, dated 7 September 1869, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 21 January 1885. Value of Estate, £62, 14s. 3d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
John Runciman Whitecross (1826-1898): 1m. Margaret Brodie Runciman (1826-1872), 2m. Janet Dawson (1827-1902)
  • 7 May 1826, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman his wife had a son born the twenty fourth ult & Baptized this day in presence of the United Associate Congregation, named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross 50 mason Y, Richard 20 mason Y, John 15 mason Y, William 9 Y, Elizabeth 16 Y, Janet McKenzie 22 Y [Elizabeth and Janet are reversed], Alexander 1 N [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross wd 63 mason N Berwick, Margaret 29 N Berwick, John 24 mason N Berwick, Willm 19 mason N Berwick, dau Elizabeth McKenzie wd 33 N Berwick, gs Alexander 11 Linlithgow [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 20 June 1854, "It is hereby certified that John Whitecross, Grocer, residing in North Berwick, and Margaret Runciman, residing in the Parish of Govan, have been three times proclaimed in this Parish Church in order to Marriage, and that no objection has been offered, and that they were married on the 22d June 1854, by the Revd Hamilton M MacGill" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1858, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1859, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1860, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 5 May 1860, death at North Berwick of Peter Smith Whitecross, age 4, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased forester, and Mary Ann Macgillavry, buried at North Berwick, informant neighbor John Whitecross, merchant at North Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 4 Dec. 1860, death at 10:30 A.M. in North Berwick of James Whitecross, retired farm steward, widower, age 78, of decay of nature, son of Richard Whitecross, domestic coachman, and Margaret Runciman, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant nephew John Whitecross, merchant at North Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1861, res. Quality St., John R Whitecross 33 grocer N Berwick, Margaret B 33 Dirleton, Isabella W 5 N Berwick, Elizabeth R 4 N Berwick, brdr William Dunn 16 grocer Edinburgh, brdr Thomas Pringle 15 grocer Aberlady, svt Grace Hopekirk 18 dom svt Whitekirk [Scotland, 1861 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1862, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 2 Aug. 1862, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; Sir Hew Dalrymple disponed to John Whitecross, grocer in N Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 22 Oct. 1862, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; John Whitecross disponed in security of £700 bond to John Smith, shoemaker in Tranent [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1863, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1864, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1865, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1866, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1867, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1868, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 7 Jan. 1868, lot at 5 Harbour Street, North Berwick; Sir Hew Dalrymple disponed to J R Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1869, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1870, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 7 Jan. 1870 and 5 Feb. 1870, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; writ of acknowledgment of bond [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 4 Mar. 1870, Trongate, ground & houses in Quality Street, North Berwick; John Whitecross, merchant in N Berwick, disponed in security of £500 bond to George Nelson [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 11 June 1870, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; bond assigned by Thomas Smith, shoemaker in Tranent, to Jane Smith & Helen Smith of Tranent [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1871, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1871, res. Quality St., John R Whitecross 44 grocer & wholesale merchant N Berwick, Margaret 44 Dirleton, Isabella W 15 N Berwick, Elizabeth R 14 N Berwick, mL Isabella Runciman wd 72 annuitant Gladsmuir, svt Elizabeth Burns 18 gen svt Edinburgh [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1872, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 20 May 1872, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; bond assigned to George Nelson, farmer at Castleton [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1 Oct. 1872, death at Quality Street of Margaret Brodie Runciman Whitecross, age 46, spouse of John Runciman Whitecross, grocer & wine merchant, daughter of Charles Runciman, deceased farmer, and Isabella White, informant husband John R Runciman [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 1873, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 28 Oct. 1873, marriage at North Berwick of John R Whitecross, grocer & wine merchant on Quality St, age 46, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased builder, and deceased Elizabeth Runciman; and Janet Dickson, of Archer Villa, West Links, widow, age 45, daughter of William Dawson, deceased farmer, and Margaret Henderson [Scotland, North Berwick, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1874, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1875, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 22 Nov. 1875, Trongate, ground & houses in Quality Street, North Berwick; discharge granted by George Nelson [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 Dec. 1875, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; John Runciman Whitecross, grocer & wine merchant, disponed to British Linen Company in security of £3300 cash credit bond [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1876, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1877, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 8 Nov. 1878, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; discharged granted by George Nelson [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1879, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 10 July 1879, "Confirmation of Richard Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 1 March 1879, at North Berwick, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, William Whitecross, Builder, and Robert Lyle, Writer, all in North Berwick, Executors nominated in Will and Deed, dated 30 May 1877, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 7 July 1879. Value of Estate, £2,233, 6s. 9d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 1880, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1881, res. 17 Quality St., John R Whitecross 54 councillor N Berwick, Jessie 54 Aberlady, Isabella 25 N Berwick, Elizabeth 24 N Berwick, nephew Joshua D Douglas 15 grocer N Berwick, svt Jane Wilson 21 dom svt Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 14 Mar. 1882, Melbourne Park, North Berwick; Sir Hew Dalrymple granted charter to J R Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 15 Mar. 1882, "Confirmation of Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, County of Haddington, who died 18 April 1881, at Sea, on his Passage from Melbourne, Australia, to Scotland, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, North Berwick, and William Whitecross, Builder there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 23 October 1880, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 13 March 1882. Value of Estate, £804, 15s. 3d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 28 Nov. 1882, Melbourne Park, North Berwick; disponed in security of £500 bond to Trustees of East Lothian Property Investment Company [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 27 May 1885, subjects in High Street, Quality Street, & Melbourne Park, North Berwick; John Runciman Whitecross disponed to Commercial Bank of Scotland [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 June 1888, "Confirmation of William Whitecross, Builder, Forth Street, North Berwick, who died 4 May 1888, at North Berwick, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, North Berwick, his brother, Rev. John D. Robertson, Minister, U.P. Church there, and Peter Fyshe, Farm Overseer, Wamphray there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 15 March 1887, and recorded with other Writs in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 22 June 1888. Value of Estate, £2,588, 10s. 1½d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 31 Oct. 1888, subjects in High Street, Quality Street, & Melbourne Park, North Berwick; reconveyed to John Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1891, res. West Bay, John Whitecross 64 grocer & wine merchant N Berwick, Jessie 64 Aberlady, Isabella 35 N Berwick, nephew David Douglas 18 grocer Leith, svt Margaret Norvie dom svt Gullane, vis Georgiana Boyd 48 Oldhamstocks [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 14 Jan. 1891, Melbourne Park, North Berwick; discharge granted by Trustees [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 18 Mar. 1891, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; British Linen Company credit extended to £4500 [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 6 May 1897, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; Executors of George Nelson granted discharge of £700 bond to John Runciman Whitecross over subjects in High Street & Quality Street [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1899, "Whitecross, John Runciman, Grocer and Wine Merchant, North Berwick, died 16 December 1898, at North Berwick, testate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 4 April, to William Thorburn, Grocer, Argyle Place, Edinburgh, William Calder, Teacher, North Berwick, John Dawson, 10 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, his nephew, and James Wilson, House Carpenter, 23 Riego Street, Edinburgh, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 31 December 1885, and Codicil, dated 12 January 1897, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 22 March 1899. Value of Estate, £6661, 1s. 7d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 17 Apr. 1899, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; British Linen Company granted discharge of £700 bond to Trustees of John Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 4 May 1899, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; Trustees disponed to John Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 11 May 1899, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; disponed to Joanna Smith Spankie Gibson in security of £1800 bond [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 12 May 1899, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; British Linen Company granted deed of restriction disburdening £4500 bond to Trustees [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 9 May 1900, subjects in Quality Street & Melbourne Park, North Berwick, disponed by Trustees to Peter Green [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 May 1900, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; granted discharge of £3300 bond & discharge of bond extending credit to £4500 [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1901, res. Westgate, Janet R Whitecross 74 Aberlady, Isabella H 45 N Berwick, svt Jessie Fender 23 domestic N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 14 July 1900, 8 Quadrant, formerly 5 Quadrant, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Marriage Contract Trustees of Mr & Mrs John Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 13 Nov. 1901, Heriot Place, Victoria Rd, North Berwick; Mrs Janet Dawson or Dickson or Whitecross disponed to Marriage Contract Trustees of Mr & Mrs John R Whitecross, of 5/17 share [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 8 Nov. 1902, Heriot Place, Victoria Rd, North Berwick; disponed by Trustees to Edith Girle Mossville & Kate Mossville [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1903, "Whitecross, Janet Dawson or <Dickson or, Well Cottage, North Berwick, widow of John Runciman Whitecross, Grocer and Wine Merchant there, died 25 December 1902, at Edinburgh, testate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 4 November, to Joshua Dickson Douglas, Commercial Traveller, 18 Morningside Gardens, Edinburgh, Executor nominated in Will or Deed, dated 24 December 1902, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 19 October 1903. Value of Estate, £339, 16s." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 14 May 1903, 8 Quadrant, formerly 5 Quadrant, North Berwick; disponed by Trustees to Mary Ann Walker [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 4 Apr. 1904, house at corner of High Street & Quality Street, North Berwick; Joanna Smith Spankie Gibson granted discharge of £1800 bond to John Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
John Whitecross (1828--): 1m. Agnes Liddell (c1839-1860), 2m. Helen Gray (c1830--)
  • 11 May 1828, "William Whitecross & his wife Margaret Burnet had a Son born the twenty second Ult and Baptized in the Parish Church this day, and named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Horsecrook, William Whitecross 45 ag laborer Y, Margaret 45 Y, Isabella 15 Y, John 10 Y, Alexander 10 Y, Margaret 5 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 28 Apr. 1860, marriage at Muirton of John Whitecross, ploughman at West Fenton, Dirleton, age 29, son of William Whitecross, ploughman, and Margaret Burnet; and Agnes Liddle, outworker at Muirton, Athelstaneford, age 20, daughter of John Liddle, deceased ploughman, and deceased Agnes Stenhouse [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Marriage Registrations]
  • 22 Oct. 1860, death at Harperdean of Agnes Whitecross, wife of laborer, age 21, daughter of John Liddell, laborer, and Agnes Stenhouse, buried at Aberlady, informant husband John Whitecross [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Drem Rd. Harperdean, John Whitecross wd 31 ploughman N Berwick, Agnes 5m Haddington, sis Margaret 25 N Berwick, niece Margaret 3 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, Haddington]
  • 28 July 1863, death at West Fenton of William Whitecross, ploughman, age 74, spouse Margaret Burnet, son of Richard Whitecross, coachman, and Margaret Runman, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 1 Dec. 1866, death at Preston of Margaret Whitecross, age 75, widow of William Whitecross, ploughman, daughter of William Burnet, ploughman, and Marion Whitecross, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Hoprig Mains, John Whitecross wd 40 ag laborer N Berwick, Agnes 10 Haddington, bro Alexander 38 ag laborer N Berwick, sis Isabella 46 housekeeper N Berwick, sis Margaret 35 outdoor worker N Berwick, dau [niece] Isabella 2 Prestonpans [Scotland, 1871 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1881, res. Coates, John Whitecross 50 ag laborer N Berwick, Helen 50 Currie [Scotland, 1881 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1891, res. Liberton Mains, John Whitecross 60 farm svt N Berwick, Helen 60 Currie, brdr William Brown 26 nurseryman Redgorton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Liberton]
  • 1901, res. 15 Stewart Terr, Helen Whitecross 68 Currie, brdr Ebenezer Forrester 32 factory worker Dalkeith [Scotland, 1901 Census, Edinburgh]
John Whitecross (c1830-1857): m. Elizabeth Lawrie (1830-1898)
  • 1841, res. Ruchlaw Muir, Thomas Whitecross 35 ratcatcher Y, Ann 40 Y, Andrew 15 ag laborer Y, Thomas 12 Y, John 10 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whittinghame]
  • 1851, res. Stenton, Thos Whitecross 49 rat & rabbit catcher N Berwick, Ann 53 Dunbar, John 20 rabbit catcher Dunbar, niece Janet Vert 9 N Berwick, svt John Watt 16 rabbit catcher Whittingham, svt David Dalgliesh 16 rabbit catcher Yarrow, svt William Blair 12 rabbit catcher Stenton, vis Margaret Turnbull 22 dressmaker Dunbar [Scotland, 1851 Census, Stenton]
  • 10 Jan. 1852, "Stenton Jany 10 1852. I hereby certify that John Whitecross and Elisabeth Lawrie both in this Parish gave in their names to me for proclamation of marriage and that they have been regularly proclaimed and married. James Fraser Sess Clk" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 9 May 1852, "John Whitecross and Elisabeth Laurie Spouses had a daughter born on 7 April and baptised on the 9th May 1852 by the name of Elisabeth Witnesses of Baptism the Congregation" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Stenton, Elizabeth Whitecross wd 30 gamekeeper's widow Stenton, Elizabeth 9 Stenton, Ann Neilson 7 Borthwick, Thomas 5 Borthwick, Johanna 4 Borthwick, mother Elizabeth Watt wd 63 ag laborer's widow Whittingham [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Stenton]
  • 1881, res. Meringo McLintocks Land, Elizabeth Whitecross wd 50 washerwoman Stenton, Thomas 25 calico machine printer Borthwick, Joan 24 printfield worker Borthwick, gs 1m Campsie [Scotland, 1881 Census, Stirling, Campsie]
  • 1891, res. Meringo, Elizabeth Whitecross 59 laborer Stenton, Joan 34 printfield worker Borthwick, gs John 10 Campsie [Scotland, 1891 Census, Stirling, Campsie]
John Watt Whitecross (1857-1936): m. Marion Stewart Crooks (1856-1905)
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1871, res. Saltcoats, Richard Whitecross 52 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Alison 49 Dirleton, William 25 groom Dirleton, John 14 ag laborer Dirleton, Lilias 8 Dirleton [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Saltcoats Mains, John Whitecross 24 farm svt Dirleton, Mary Anne 25 Athelstaneford, John 2 Dirleton, Elizabeth 3m Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. Drem, John Whitecross 33 ag laborer Dirleton, Marion 35 Athelstaneford, John 12 Dirleton, Elizabeth 10 Dirleton, Richard H 7 Dirleton, foster child John Kinnin 6m Edinburgh [Scotland, 1891 Census, Athelstaneford]
  • 1901, res. Hopetoun Terr, John Whitecross 43 gardener Dirleton, Marion 44 Athelstaneford, John 22 joiner Dirleton, Lizzie 20 domestic Dirleton, Richard 17 mason Dirleton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1936, "Whitecross, John Watt or John, Gardener, Sunnyside Cottage, Gullane, died 11 November 1936 at Gullane, testate. Inventory given up at Haddington, 27 November, by Elizabeth Paterson Whitecross, Sunnyside Cottage aforesaid, Executor. Will dated 27 June 1931 recorded Haddington 27 November 1936. Value of Estate, £55: 1:10." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
John Whitecross (1860-1945): m. Williamina Alison Hamilton (1858-1940)
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Dirleton, Peter Whitecross 53 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 58 Athelstaneford, Richard 22 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 21 farm svt Athelstaneford, Janet 17 outworker Athelstaneford, Margaret 14 outworker Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. 6 Melbourne Sq., John Whitecross 30 grocer's porter Athelstaneford, Wilhelmina A 30 Dirleton, Mary H 6 N Berwick, Janet 5 N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 30 Melbourne Sq, John Whitecross 41 chemist Athelstaneford, Wilhelmina 41 Dirleton, Mary 26 Dirleton, Nelly 15 dressmaker [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
John Whitecross (1865-1944): 1m. Helen Wilson Horsburgh (c1878-1916), 2m. Barbara Miles Thomson (1873-1936)
  • 1871, res. Back St., William Whitecross 39 mason N Berwick, Susan 41 Lochmaben, Peter 12 N Berwick, Robert 7 N Berwick, John 5 N Berwick, Catherine 2 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 8 Methven [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 22 Back St., William Whitecross 49 builder N Berwick, Susan 51 Lochmaben, Peter 21 joiner N Berwick, Robert 17 mason N Berwick, John 15 grocer N Berwick, Catherine 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 18 Methven [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1891, res. Forth St., Susan Whitecross wd 58 Lochmaben, Peter 32 builder N Berwick, Robert 27 builder N Berwick, John 25 grocer N Berwick, C Stuart 22 N Berwick, niece Catharine Young 28 dom svt Methven [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 54 Forth St, Susan Whitecross 68 Lochmaben, Peter 41 builder N Berwick, Robert 37 builder N Berwick, John 35 grocer N Berwick, Catherine S 32 artist N Berwick, niece Kate Young 38 domestic Methven [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1904, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1906, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 17 Apr. 1908, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; decree that John Whitecross is heir of brother Robert's half share [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 July 1908, Forth Lodge, westmost part of Lot 4, East Links, North Berwick; assigned to John Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 July 1908, Rockstowes, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; assigned to John Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1916, Whitecross, Helen Wilson Horsburgh or, The Moorings, North Berwick, died 17 April 1916, at North Berwick, intestate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 7 September, to John Whitecross, The Moorings aforesaid, Executor dative qua husband. Value of Estate, £2088, 4s. 9d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 13 May 1918, Forth Lodge, westmost part of Lot 4, East Links, North Berwick; bond discharged [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 4 June 1920, Rockstowes, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; granted discharge of £750 bond to Reginald Phillimore [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 9 June 1922, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; memo increasing feu duty by 3/- [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 11 Nov. 1922, 4 & 6 High St., North Berwick; John Whitecross disponed to John Henry Shiel [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 24 May 1928, 2 High St. & 28 Quality St., North Berwick; John Whitecross disponed to Alexander Scott Gardner [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1935, "Whitecross, Helen Wilson Horsburgh or, The Moorings, North Berwick, died 17 April 1916 at North Berwick, intestate. Eik to Confirmation Haddington, 17 May, to John Whitecross, now of Craignuiag, Ballinluig, Perthshire, the husband. Value of Additional Estate, £45: -: -. Original Confirmation granted 7 September 1916." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 17 May 1937, John Whitecross discharged £500 bond to John Henry Shiel [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
Margaret Whitecross (1821--): m. Thomas Stevens (c1814--)
  • Dec. 1845, "Thomas Stevens, Shoemaker residing at No 27 Giles Street, Leith, parish of South Leith, and Margaret Whitecross residing at Bath Place, Leith, same parish, daughter of the late John Whitecross, Farm Servant, Inveresk, were three times proclaimed in Order to Marriage in the parish church of South Leith on the 21st Decemr 1845 & No Objections offered, and were married at Leith on the 23d Decr 1845 by the Revd George Scott of St Thomas, Leith" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Nov. 1846, "Thomas Stevens, Shoemaker, No 27 Giles Street, Leith, and Margaret Whitecross, his spouse had a lawful daughter named Marion born 27th October 1846 & baptised 29th Novr 1846 by the Revd J McIntosh, Kircaldy" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Sep. 1848, "Thomas Edward Stevens, Shoemaker No 27 Giles Street, Leith, and Margaret Whitecross his spouse, had a lawful son named Thomas Edward born 8th September 1848 & baptised 1st Octr 1848 by the Revd G Scott. 2d ch[ild]" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Margaret Whitecross (1822--): m. James Whitson (1827--)
  • 16 Nov. 1822, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elizabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the twenty first of March last & Baptized the twenty ninth Ditto in presence of Richard Whitecross & James Mackay named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross wd 63 mason N Berwick, Margaret 29 N Berwick, John 24 mason N Berwick, Willm 19 mason N Berwick, dau Elizabeth McKenzie wd 33 N Berwick, gs Alexander 11 Linlithgow [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1853, "Whitson, James in this Parish and Margaret Whitecross in the Parish of North Berwick gave up their names for proclamation of banns on Sunday the 2d and 9th Jany 1853 Cautioners Wm McKay & Robt Stordie" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Nov. 1854, "Whitson, James, gardener and Margaret Whitecross his wife their daughter Elizabeth Runciman born 20th August and 1853 and baptized by Revd Mr Stephenson" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 10 Feb. 1860, death at Westport of Peter Whitson, age 5 months, son of James Whitson, gardener, and Margaret Whitecross, buried at Haddington, informant father James Whitson [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Court St, James Whitson 33 gardener Wallyford, Margret 33 N Berwick, Margret 5 Haddington, Janet 4 Haddington, James 2 Haddington, svt Rebekah Storie 14 domestic svt Longniddry [Scotland, 1861 Census, Haddington]
  • 1871, res. Summerfield Mains, James Whitson 44 farmer & gardener Inveresk, Margaret 46 Berwick, Elizabeth B 17 Haddington, Maggie B 15 Haddington, Janet W 14 Haddington, James 12 Haddington, Andrew 9 Haddington, Richard H 4 Haddington, svt James Kenney 18 farm svt Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, Haddington]
  • 25 Feb. 1873, death at Sommer's Mains of Richard Whitecross Whitson, age 6, son of James Whitson, farmer & gardener, and Margaret Whitecross, informant father James Whitson [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Hope Park, James Whitson 54 market gardener Inveresk, Margaret 55 N Berwick, Andrew 19 Haddington, sL John Johnston 28 painter Kinross, dau Janet 24 Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, Haddington]
  • 1891, res. Riding School, Andrew Whitson 29 market gardener Wemyss, Margaret 30 St Meadows, James 9m Haddington, mother Margaret Whitson 69 N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, Haddington]
Margaret Whitecross (1834--)
  • 9 Mar. 1834, "William Whitecross and Margaret Burnet his wife had a Daughter born the second of February and Baptized this day in the Church in presence of the Congregation, and named Marion" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Horsecrook, William Whitecross 45 ag laborer Y, Margaret 45 Y, Isabella 15 Y, John 10 Y, Alexander 10 Y, Margaret 5 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Stonelaws, William Whitecross 59 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 57 Whitekirk, William 33 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Isabella 28 N Berwick, Alexander 19 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 17 ag laborer N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1871, res. Hoprig Mains, John Whitecross wd 40 ag laborer N Berwick, Agnes 10 Haddington, bro Alexander 38 ag laborer N Berwick, sis Isabella 46 housekeeper N Berwick, sis Margaret 35 outdoor worker N Berwick, dau [niece] Isabella 2 Prestonpans [Scotland, 1871 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1881, res. Setonhill, Alexr Whitecross 46 ag laborer N Berwick, sis Isabella 50 N Berwick, sis Margt 44 ag laborer N Berwick, dau [niece] Isabella 12 Prestonpans [Scotland, 1881 Census, Gladsmuir]
  • 1891, res. Scoughall, Alexander Whitecross 58 farm svt N Berwick, sis Isabella 64 N Berwick, sis Margaret 56 N Berwick, dau [niece] Isabella 22 farm svt Prestonpans [Scotland, 1891 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1901, res. 8 Poldrate, Archibald Paterson 43 mason's laborer Duns, Margaret 43 Athelstaneford, Isabella 15 dressmaker Prestonkirk, mL Margaret Whitecross 65 N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, Haddington]
Marion Whitecross (1750--): m. William Burnet
  • 1 Aug. 1782, "William Burnet in the Parish of Whitekirk and Marrion Whitecross in this parish gave in their names for proclamation in order to Marriage and were regularly proclaimed and married 16th Augt." [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Dec. 1784, "[born Dec] 9 [baptised] 11 James, [parents] Wilm Burnet Marion Whitecross, [witnesses] John Rennie Mr Mat. Murray" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • July 1786, "[born July] 13 [baptised] 14 Elison, [parents] Wilm Burnet Marion Whitecross, [witnesses] John Rennie Geo Affleck" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Sep. 1789, "[born Sep] 7 [baptised] 12 John, [parents] Wilm Burnet Marion Whitecross, [witnesses] George Affleck James Hay" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1792, "[born Nov] 7 [baptised] 8 Margaret, [parents] Wilm Burnet Marion Whitecross, [witnesses] John Burnet Alexr Turnbull" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Dec. 1866, death at Preston of Margaret Whitecross, age 75, widow of William Whitecross, ploughman, daughter of William Burnet, ploughman, and Marion Whitecross, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
Mary Whitecross (1785--): m. William Hurrie
  • 1808, "Wm Hurrie Corporal in Aberdeenshire militia and Mary Whitecross in this parish gave up their names for proclamation in order to marriage 15 Jan & were married 18 Jan 1808" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1810, "William Hurrie Corporal in the Aberdeenshire Militia & Mary Whitecross his wife had their Daughter Margaret born 24 & bapd 26 October 1810" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Mary Whitecross (1824--): m. William Grieg
  • 1841, res. High St., Peter Whitecross 40 carrier Y, Catherine 40 Y, Alexander 15 carter Y, Mary 15 Y, Barbara 11 Y, Charles 6 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, William Greig 30 grocer Musselburgh, Mary 26 Knows, Cathrine 1 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 28 Feb. 1856, death at North Berwick of Margaret Tennant Greig, age 13 months, son of William Greig, grocer & spirit dealer, and Mary Whitecross, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant father William Greig [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 21 Apr. 1857, marriage at Prestonpans of John Auld, joiner & cabinet maker at 13 Bridge St, Musselburgh, age 28, son of Robert Auld, engineer, and Mary Smart; and Barbara Whitecross, of Prestonpans, age 26, daughter of Peter Whitecross, carrier, and Catherine Anderson, witnesses William Greig and Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Prestonpans, Catherine Whitecross wd 63 Spott, dau Mary Grieg wd 36 grocer Knowes, gd Catherine 11 N Berwick, gd Janet 9 N Berwick, gs James 4 N Berwick, svt Margaret Hogg 16 Meadow Mill [Scotland, 1861 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1871, res. S of N Turnpike Rd., Catherine Whitecross wd 73 annuitant Spott, dau Mary Greig 46 grocer Whitekirk, gs James 14 joiner N Berwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonpans]
Mary Whitecross (1830--)
  • 1841, res. West Barns, George Whitecross 30 coachman Y, Mary 40 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1851, res. Duke St., Mary Whitecross 56 seamstress Dirleton [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 1861, res. Post Rd., Mary Whitecross 68 fundholder Dirleton [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunbar]
  • 11 Oct. 1866, death at West Barns of Mary Whitecross, domestic servant, single, age 72, daughter of Alexander Whitecross, farm servant, and Barbara Brock, informant brother John Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Death Registrations]
Patrick Whitecross (1720--): m. Alison Wood (1718--)
  • 16 May 1744, "Patrick Whitecross & Alison Wood both in this parish gave up their names &c who were regularly proclaimed & married" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 2 Mar. 1746, "Patrick Whitecross & Alison Wood had a child baptized / John / witnesses John Whitecross & James Wood" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 Mar. 1748, "Peter Whitecross & Alison Wood had a child baptized / James / witnesses John Whitecross & James Wood" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Feb. 1750, "Patrick Whitecross & Alison Wood had a child baptized / Marion / witnesses John Whitecross & James Wood" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 Mar. 1752, "Patrick Whitecross & Alison Wood had a child baptized / George / witnesses John Whitecross & Alexander Wood" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Mar. 1754, "Peter Whitecross & Alison Wood had a child baptized Peter witnesses John Whitecross & Alexr Wood" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Mar. 1760, "Peter Whitecross & Alison Wood had a lawful daughter born the 14th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 4 Oct. 1762, "Patrick Corse & Alison Wood had a lawful son born the 2d & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Alexander. Patrick Whitecross the Father's Name, or Peter." [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Oct. 1766, "Patrick Whitecross & Alison Wood had a lawful daughter born the 6th & baptized the above date in presence of the Congr named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • May 1780, "[born May] 12 [baptised] 21 Jane, [parents] Geor Whitecorse Helen Robertson, [witnesses] Patr Whitecorse John Whitecorse" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Patrick Whitecross (1754--): m. Elizabeth Murray
  • 19 Oct. 1776, "Peter Whitecross servant to Mr Anderson Castletown & Elizabeth Murray both in this parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage & were married the 30th ditto" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 5 Nov. 1777, "Peter Whitecross, servant to Mr Anderson at Castletown, & Eliz Murray had a lawful son born the 3d & baptized the above date in presence of these witnesses Peter & John Whitecrosses, named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 June 1780, "Peter Whitecross and Betty Murray his wife had a daughter born 12th June baptized 18th ditto and named Margaret witnesses Peter Whitecross Labr and John Whitecross fisher at Castletown" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Mar. 1783, "Peter Whitecross and Eliz. Murray had a son born 14th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation and named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 19 June 1785, "Peter Whitecross servant to Hew Dalrymple Esq and Elizabeth Murray his wife had a daughter born 16th baptized the above date in presence of these witnesses [blank]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 Dec. 1786, "Peter Whitecross and Elizabeth Murray his wife had a daughter born 25th baptized the above date in presence of John Dobie and William Craven named Jean Anderson" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Aug. 1789, "Peter Whitecross and Elizabeth Murray his wife had a son born 20th baptized the above date in presence of James Yorkston and John Whitecross and named Hugh" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Peter Whitecross (1786-1868): 1m. Elizabeth Runciman (1798-1828), 2m. Margaret Manderson (1793-1840)
  • 11 Feb. 1815, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman both in this Parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 25 Mar. 1816, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the 15th & baptized the 24th current in presence of John Runciman & James Whitecross & named Elisabeth" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 July 1818, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elizabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the 16th Septr 1817 & baptized the 24th of that month in presence of Richard & James Whitecrosses & named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 17 Dec. 1819, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elizabeth Runciman his wife had a son born the 30th of Octr last & baptized the 8th of Novr after in presence of Richard & James Whitecross & named Richard" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Nov. 1822, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elizabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the twenty first of March last & Baptized the twenty ninth Ditto in presence of Richard Whitecross & James Mackay named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 12 Aug. 1824, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman his wife had a Daughter born the fifteenth of January last and Baptized the first of Feby following in presence of the united Associate Congregation, named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 May 1826, "Peter Whitecross mason & Elisabeth Runciman his wife had a son born the twenty fourth ult & Baptized this day in presence of the United Associate Congregation, named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Jan. 1828, "Elisabeth Runciman wife of Peter Whitecross died the 19th aged 39 years, and was this day interred in North Berwick Church yard" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 8 Jan. 1831, "Peter Whitecross and Margaret Manderson gave in their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage, both in this parish. They were proclaimed, & married." [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 10 Feb. 1834, "Peter Whitecross and Margaret Manderson his wife had a son born the fourth of January one thousand eight hundred and thirty two, and Baptized in presence of the United Associate Congregation on the fast day appointed by the Presbytery of Haddington, and named William" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 4 Apr. 1840, "Margaret Manderson, Wife of Peter Whitecross, 46" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross 50 mason Y, Richard 20 mason Y, John 15 mason Y, William 9 Y, Elizabeth 16 Y, Janet McKenzie 22 Y [Elizabeth and Janet are reversed], Alexander 1 N [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross wd 63 mason N Berwick, Margaret 29 N Berwick, John 24 mason N Berwick, Willm 19 mason N Berwick, dau Elizabeth McKenzie wd 33 N Berwick, gs Alexander 11 Linlithgow [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1852, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, East Lothian Annual Register]
  • 29 June 1852, house in Shore Street, North Berwick; Mr. William Dickson of Gateside disponed 13 July 1835 to James Brodie, baker, L70 bond over Whitecross house [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 June 1852, James Brodie granted discharge of bond 21 Apr. 1837 to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1853, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1854, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1855, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1856, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1858, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1859, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1860, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1861, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1861, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross wd 74 mason N Berwick, Elizabeth wd 44 housekeeper N Berwick, gs Alexander McKenzie 20 grocer Linlithgow, gs David Drummond 4 St Cuthberts [Scotland, 1861 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1862, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1863, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1864, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1865, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1866, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1867, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1868, North Berwick, Peter Whitecross, mason, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 21 July 1868, death of Peter Whitecross, builder, age 82, widower of Elizabeth Runciman and Margaret Manderson, son of Richard Whitecross, deceased coachman, and Margaret Runciman, informant son Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 28 Oct. 1873, marriage at North Berwick of John R Whitecross, grocer & wine merchant on Quality St, age 46, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased builder, and deceased Elizabeth Runciman; and Janet Dickson, of Archer Villa, West Links, widow, age 45, daughter of William Dawson, deceased farmer, and Margaret Henderson [Scotland, North Berwick, Marriage Registrations]
  • Statham, Craig, Lost East Lothian, 2011. On p. 58-59: "Glasclune House was erected between 1889 and 1892 on Greenheads Road ... built by Peter Whitecross & Sons of North Berwick"
Peter Whitecross (1795-1858): m. Catherine Anderson (c1798--)
  • 23 Nov. 1822, "Whitekirk 23d November 1822 This day Peter Whitecross and Catherine Anderson both of this Parish have given up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage before these witnesses John Whitecross and Charles Anderson, James Moncrieff Sess Clk" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Feb. 1823, "[born] Feby 2 Alexander Whitecross Son of Peter Whitecross hind at Knows and Catherine Anderson his wife Witnesses John Fisher and Robert Dickson [baptised] 24th Feb" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1824, "[born] Novr 16 Mary Whitecross Daughter of Peter Whitecross hind at Knows and Katherine Anderson his wife Witnesses John Pearson and James Redpath" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 Nov. 1834, "Peter Whitecross and Catharine Anderson his wife had a Son born 10 Octr 1834 and baptised 2nd Novr 1834 named Charles" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. High St., Peter Whitecross 40 carrier Y, Catherine 40 Y, Alexander 15 carter Y, Mary 15 Y, Barbara 11 Y, Charles 6 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1851, res. High St., Peter Whitecross 55 carrier Dirleton, Catharin 53 Spott, Alexander 27 carrier Whitekirk, Barbara 20 Whitekirk, Charles 16 joiner Prestonpans [Scotland, 1851 Census, Prestonpans]
  • Dec. 1853, "Barbara, Daughter of Peter Whitecross Knowes and Catherine Anderson his Spouse was born 29th July 1829 and baptized 17th August by the Revd James Wallace, Alexander Forrest Henry Paterson Witnesses" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 21 Apr. 1857, marriage at Prestonpans of John Auld, joiner & cabinet maker at 13 Bridge St, Musselburgh, age 28, son of Robert Auld, engineer, and Mary Smart; and Barbara Whitecross, of Prestonpans, age 26, daughter of Peter Whitecross, carrier, and Catherine Anderson, witnesses William Greig and Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Marriage Registrations]
  • 25 Oct. 1858, death at Whitecross Land, Prestonpans, of Peter Whitecross, carrier, age 63, son of Alexander Whitecross, deceased laborer, and deceased Barbara Brock, buried at East Churchyard, Prestonpans, informant second son Charles Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 21 Feb. 1861, marriage at Cockenzie of Charles Whitecross, farmer at Prestonpans, age 26, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased carrier, and Catherine Anderson; and Catherine Ross, of Cockenzie, age 25, daughter of James Ross, captain, and Catherine Ritchie [Scotland, Tranent, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Prestonpans, Catherine Whitecross wd 63 Spott, dau Mary Grieg wd 36 grocer Knowes, gd Catherine 11 N Berwick, gd Janet 9 N Berwick, gs James 4 N Berwick, svt Margaret Hogg 16 Meadow Mill [Scotland, 1861 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 24 Mar. 1868, death of Charles Whitecross, age 33, spouse Catherine Ross, son of deceased Peter Whitecross, and Catherine Anderson, informant father-in-law James Ross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 1871, res. S of N Turnpike Rd., Catherine Whitecross wd 73 annuitant Spott, dau Mary Greig 46 grocer Whitekirk, gs James 14 joiner N Berwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonpans]
Peter Whitecross (1807--): 1m. Helen Moncrieff (c1810-1846), 2m. Helen Wallace (1821-1871)
  • 11 Mar. 1831, "Peter Whitecorse Parish of St Cuthberts and Helen Moncrieff in this Parish gave up their marriage banns and were proclaimed before this Congregation in order to marriage. Were married 25 March 1830 [probably 1831]" [Scotland, Pencaitland, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 30 July 1833, "Whitecross, Peter and Helen Moncrief had a daughter born 2d and Baptized 30th July 1833 name Elizabeth Witnesses Andrew Whitecross and William Ross" [Scotland, Old Parish Registers, Haddington, Baptisms]
  • 30 Aug. 1834, "Whitecross, Peter and Helen Moncrief had a daughter born 3d and Baptized 30th August 1834 name Janet Witnesses Andrew Whitecross & William Ross" [Scotland, Old Parish Registers, Haddington, Baptisms]
  • 5 Apr. 1835, "Whitecross, Peter and Helen Moncrief had a daughter born 15th March and baptized 5th April name Alison Witnesses Andrew Whitecross and William Ross" [Scotland, Old Parish Registers, Haddington, Baptisms]
  • 2 Oct. 1836, "2d Oct 1836 Andrew Son of Peter Whitecross Groom in Ferrygate and his wife Helen Moncrief was born this day and baptised publickly" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Oct. 1838, "11th Oct 1838 Peter Son of Peter Whitecross Groom in Ferrygate and his wife Helen Moncrief was born this day and baptized before the Congregation" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 June 1840, "27th June 1840 John Son of Peter Whitecross Groom in Ferrygate and his wife Helen Moncrief was born this day and baptized publickly" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 30 svt Y, Hellen Moncrieff 30 Y, Elisabath Whitecross 9 Y, Jenet 8 Y, Alison 6 Y, Andrew 4 Y, Peter 2 Y, John 11m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 29 Apr. 1843, "29th April 1843 William son of Peter Whitecross Groom at Ferrygate and his wife Helen Moncrief was born this day and baptized before the congregation 28th May" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Mar. 1846, "Peter Whitecross's Wife (Ferrygate), [age] 36 [died]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 23 June 1848, "Peter Whitecross in this Parish and Helen Wallace in the Parish of North Berwick gave in their names for Proclamation 23rd June 1848 and were regularly proclaimed, and married 8th July 1848 by The Revd John Dyer, North Berwick" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 3 July 1848, "It is hereby certified that Peter Whitecross, Groom at Ferrygate in the Parish of Dirleton, and Helen Wallace, residing in this Parish, have been three times proclaimed in the Parish Church in order to marriage, and that no objection has been offered" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1851, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 42 groom N Berwick, Helen 29 Linton, Allison 16 ag laborer Haddington, Peter 12 Dirleton, John 10 Dirleton, William 7 Dirleton, Thomas 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 3 June 1852, "June 3 ... A child of Peter Whitecross, Ferrygate Died 4th aged 2 months" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 6 June 1852, "... Whitecross, 2 months, Ferrygate, June 4, [buried] Dirleton, June 6" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 19 Mar. 1855, death at Balgone Barns of Alexander Whitecross, age 4 months, born at Balgone Barns, son of Peter Whitecross, shepherd, and Helen Wallace, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant father Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 18 Feb. 1857, death at Stonelaws of James Watt Whitecross, age 9 weeks, of bronchitis, son of Peter Whitecross, groom, and Helen Wallace, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant father Peter Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 6 July 1858, death at Stonelaws of Isabella Whitecross, age 1 month, daughter of Peter Whitecross, domestic groom, and Helen Wallace, buried at North Berwick, informant father Peter Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 15 Feb. 1860, death at Stonelaws of James Watt Whitecross, age 5 weeks, son of Peter Whitecross, domestic groom, and Helen Wallace, buried at North Berwick, informant father Peter Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 52 groom N Berwick, Helen 39 Prestonkirk, Alison 26 Haddington, William 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Thomas 15 ag laborer Dirleton, gs Peter 5m Whitekirk, gd Helen Burns 10 N Berwick, gd Frances 8 St Cuthberts, gd Elizabeth 7 St Cuthberts, dau Janet Barrie 28 Haddington, gd Helen 4 Glasgow, gs Samuel 1 Glasgow [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 21 Apr. 1861, death at Stonelaws of Frances Burns, age 8, daughter of John Burns, deceased locomotive engine driver, and Elizabeth Whitecross, informant grandmother Helen Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 16 May 1863, marriage at Jerusalem of David Baynes, ploughman at Jerusalem, age 34, son of John Baynes, ag laborer, and Euphemia Sives; and Alison Whitecross, domestic servant at Boggs, age 28, daughter of Peter Whitecross, groom, and deceased Helen Moncrieff [Scotland, Pencaitland, Marriage Registrations]
  • 22 July 1865, marriage at Stonelaws of William Whitecross, railway laborer at Stonelaws, age 22, son of Peter Whitecross, farm servant, and deceased Helen Moncrief; and Catharine Allan, domestic servant of Stonelaws, age 26, daughter of Alexander Allan, coach driver, and deceased Susan Allan [Scotland, Whitekirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 17 May 1867, marriage at West Fenton of David Lees, hedger at West Fenton, widower, age 47, son of David Lees, deceased farm servant, and Beatrice Bathgate; and Elizabeth Whitecross or Burns, domestic servant at Kingston, widow, age 37, daughter of Peter Whitecross, groom, and deceased Helen Moncrieff [Scotland, Dirleton, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 63 groom N Berwick, Helen 49 Prestonkirk, gs Peter 10 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1871 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 28 Jan. 1871, death at Stonelaws of Isabella Wallace, age 75, widow of William Wallace, ag laborer, daughter of William Wood, ag laborer, and Isabella Webster, informant son-in-law Peter Whitecross [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 15 July 1871, marriage at Traprain of Thomas Whitecross, laborer at Dunbar, age 24, son of Peter Whitecross, coachman, and deceased Helen Moncrieff; and Jessie Ogilvie, domestic servant at Dunbar, age 22, daughter of James Ogilvie, shoemaker, and Mary Bryden [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 12 Sep. 1871, death at Traprain of Helen Whitecross, age 50, spouse of Peter Whitecross, groom, daughter of William Wallace, farm servant, and Elizabeth Wood, informant husband Peter Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Gifford, David Baynes 56 ploughman Athelstaneford, Alison 46 Haddington, John 17 ag laborer Pencaitland, Agnes A 13 ag laborer Pencaitland, Jessie C 11 Pencaitland, David 9 Pencaitland, fL Peter Whitecross wd 73 groom N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, Yester]
  • 1891, res. Poorhouse, inmate Peter Whitecross wd 84 coachman N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, Prestonkirk]
Peter Whitecross (1817--): m. Elizabeth Bathgate (1816--)
  • 20 May 1841, "Peter Whitecross of this parish & Elizth Bathgate of the parish of Haddington were regularly proclaimed & married 20th May 1841" [Scotland, Oxnam, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 13 Apr. 1846, "John, Son of Peter Whitecross and Elizabeth Bathgate his Wife, was born at Ormiston Kirk Toll on the 21st March and was baptized on the 13th April 1846" [Scotland, Ormiston, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Dec. 1847, "Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Whitecross and Elizabeth Bathgate his Wife, was born at Ormiston Kirk Toll on the 21st October and baptized by the Revd Mr Thomson, Minister of Ormiston on the 15th December 1847" [Scotland, Ormiston, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. 11 Leithwynd, Peter Whitecross 33 coachman N Berwick, Elizabeth 33 Aberlady, Richard 13 last maker Preston, James 7 Gifford, John 5 Ormiston, Elizabeth 3 Ormiston, Jane 2 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh Canongate]
Peter Whitecross (1821-1858): m. Mary Ann McGillivray (c1824-1901)
  • 1841, res. Westgate, James Whitecross 60 ag laborer Y, Mary 59 Y, Janet 20 Y, Peter 19 ag laborer Y, Christian Manderson 60 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Back St., James Whitecross 68 herd N Berwick, Mary 69 N Berwick, Peter 27 farm servant N Berwick, Margaret 36 house servant N Berwick, granddau Mary 1 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 31 May 1852, "It is hereby certified that Peter Whitecross, Labourer, residing in North Berwick, and Mary Anne McGillarray, also residing in this Town, have been three times proclaimed in this Parish Church, in order to Marriage, and that no objection has been offered" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1855, "Peter Whitecross Labourer and Mary Ann McGilluray his wife had a Son born on the 23 December 1854, and was baptized in the Parish and named James Alexander" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 4 Feb. 1855, death at North Berwick of James Alexander Whitecross, age 6 weeks, born North Berwick, son of Peter Whitecross, ag laborer, and Mary Ann McGillavray, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant father Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 26 Jan. 1858, death at North Berwick of Peter Whitecross, general laborer, age 35, son of James Whitecross, farm steward, and deceased Mary Manderson, buried at North Berwick, informant widow Mary Ann Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 5 May 1860, death at North Berwick of Peter Smith Whitecross, age 4, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased forester, and Mary Ann Macgillavry, buried at North Berwick, informant neighbor John Whitecross, merchant at North Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 1861, Mary Ann Whitecross wd 36 lodging house keeper Closeburn, with 4 lodgers [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1871, res. Kays Wynd, Mary Ann Whitecross wd 45 lodging house keeper Closeburn, with 2 lodgers [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 5 Market Place, Mary Ann Whitecross wd 57 lodging house keeper Closeburn, ldgr George Blair 53 shoemaker Inveresk, ldgr Robert Sked 42 laborer Dunbar [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1891, res. Market Place, Mary A Whitecross wd 66 Closeburn, ldgr William Turner 44 coal porter Whittingham, ldgr George Blair 60 shoemaker Musselburgh [Scotland, 1891 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
Peter Pringle Whitecross (1825-1908): m. Margaret Napier (1823--)
  • 24 July 1825, "William Whitecross labr & Margaret Burnet his wife had a son born the fifteenth currt and Baptized this day in presence of the Congregation, named Peter Pringle. Also a Daughter born the thirtieth of June one thousd eight hundred & nineteen & Baptized the eighth of July in presence of Thos Purves & William Dickson named Marion. Also another Daughter born the twenty fourth of July one thousand eight hundred & twenty one, and Baptized the fifth August, in presence of James Murray and Richard Whitecross, named Isabella" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. New House, Peter Whitecross 15 svt Y, at Peter Hannah [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 5 Aug. 1848, "Peter Whitecross in the Parish of Whitekirk and Margaret Napier in this Parish gave in their names for Proclamation 5th August 1848 and were regularly proclaimed and married" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1850, "Peter Whitecross, Hynd at Redside, and Margaret Napier his Wife, had a Son born on the 30th of October 1850, and baptized on the 8th of December following, in the Parish Church in presence of the Congregation, and named George" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. West Craig, Peter Whitecross 25 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 28 N Berwick, William 2 Dirleton, George 5m N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 25 Sep. 1853, "Peter son of Peter Whitecross and Margaret Napier his wife born at Murklemain 2d September 1853 and baptized 25th as before the congregation. William, son of Peter Whitecross and Margaret Napier his wife born at Kingston Dirleton on 11th October 1848 and baptized about 5 weeks after witnesses Mr Runciman and Mrs Dixon" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 4 June 1875, marriage at Dirleton of William Whitecross, ploughman at Barneyhill, Dunbar, age 26, son of Peter Whitecross, ploughman, and Margaret Napier; and Mary Howden, cook at Dirleton, age 22, daughter of George Howden, railway porter, and Isabella Yorkston [Scotland, Dirleton, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Dirleton, Peter Whitecross 53 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 58 Athelstaneford, Richard 22 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 21 farm svt Athelstaneford, Janet 17 outworker Athelstaneford, Margaret 14 outworker Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 25 Apr. 1884, marriage at Catcraig, Dunbar, of Richard Whitecross, farm svt, age 27, born Athelstaneford, son of Peter Whitecross, farm svt, and Margaret Napier; and Helen Blair, farm svt, age 19, born Dunbar, daughter of Thomas Blair, laborer, and Jane Dickson, minister Robert Buchanan, witnesses John Brown and Margaret Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1891, res. Muirton, Peter Whitecross 63 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 67 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1891 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1901, res. Ivy Bank, William Whitecross 52 coachman Dirleton, Mary 48 Dirleton, father Peter 74 ploughman N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 7 Feb. 1908, death at 11:30 P.M. of Peter Whitecross, farm svt, age 79, widower of Margaret Napier, son of William Whitecross, deceased farm servant, and deceased Margaret Burnett, informant son W Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 24 Apr. 1922, death at 12 noon of William Whitecross, gardener, age 73, widower of Mary Howden, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased farm svt, and deceased Margaret Napier, informant nephew George Howden of Red Row, Dirleton [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
Peter Whitecross (1838--): m. Margaret Johnston (c1841--)
  • 1841, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 30 svt Y, Hellen Moncrieff 30 Y, Elisabath Whitecross 9 Y, Jenet 8 Y, Alison 6 Y, Andrew 4 Y, Peter 2 Y, John 11m Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1851, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 42 groom N Berwick, Helen 29 Linton, Allison 16 ag laborer Haddington, Peter 12 Dirleton, John 10 Dirleton, William 7 Dirleton, Thomas 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1861, res. 18 Bank of Scotland, Peter Whitecross 21 groom Haddington, Margaret 19 Coldstream [Scotland, 1861 Census, Berwick, Coldstream]
  • 1871, res. High St Victoria Cottage, Peter Whitecross 32 huntsman's whip Ferrygate, Alice 9 Coldstream, Agnes 7 Coldstream [Scotland, 1871 Census, Berwick, Coldstream]
  • 1881, res. Village, Peter Whitecross 42 huntsman Scotland, Margaret 39 Scotland, George 12 Scotland, Peter 10 Scotland, Thomas 4 Scotland, nephew William Barrie 13 Scotland [England, 1881 Census, Somerset, Bishops Hull]
  • 1901, res. Staplegrove Inn, Peter Whitecross 62 innkeeper Ferrygate, Margaret 58 Coldstream, George 32 groom Haddington, Mary J 17 Galway [England, 1881 Census, Somerset, Taunton]
Peter Whitecross (1853-1933): m. Agnes Aitchison (1855--)
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Halls, Peter Whitecross 27 ag laborer Prestonkirk, Agnes 25 Innerwick, Peter 5 Spott, William 3 Spott, Margaret 2 Spott, George 7m Spott [Scotland, 1881 Census, Spott]
  • 1891, res. Newtonlees, Peter Whitecross 37 farm svt Prestonkirk, Agnes 35 Innerwick, Peter 15 farm svt Spott, William 13 farm svt Spott, Margaret 12 farm svt Spott, Jane A 6 Dunbar, Agnes 2 Dunbar, Richard 1 Dunbar [Scotland, 1891 Census, Dunbar]
  • 26 Dec. 1897, death at Royal Infirmary, 6:40 P.M., of William Whitecross, groom, age 20, residence Newtonlees, Dunbar, son of Peter Whitecross, ploughman, and Agnes Aitchison, informant father P Whitecross of Newtonlees, Dunbar [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Giles, Death Registrations]
  • 1901, res. Newtonlees, Peter Whitecross 48 farm svt Prestonkirk, Agnes 45 Prestonkirk, Agnes 12 Dunbar, Richard 11 Dunbar, John 9 Dunbar [Scotland, 1901 Census, Dunbar]
  • 23 Nov. 1961, death at East Fortune Hospital of Richard Whitecross, retired brewers handyman, age 71, residence 6 Cedar St, Dunbar, spouse Mary Gray, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased carter, and deceased Agnes Aitchison, informant brother-in-law William Burnlees of 32 Davidson Terr, Haddington [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Death Registrations]
Peter Whitecross (1858-1947)
  • 1861, res. 12 Shore St., William Whitecross 29 mason N Berwick, Susan 30 Lochmaben, Peter 2 N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1871, res. Back St., William Whitecross 39 mason N Berwick, Susan 41 Lochmaben, Peter 12 N Berwick, Robert 7 N Berwick, John 5 N Berwick, Catherine 2 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 8 Methven [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 22 Back St., William Whitecross 49 builder N Berwick, Susan 51 Lochmaben, Peter 21 joiner N Berwick, Robert 17 mason N Berwick, John 15 grocer N Berwick, Catherine 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 18 Methven [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 13 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; disponed to Peter Whitecross & Robert Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 16 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; disponed in security of £50 bond of annuity to Peter and Robert Whitecross's mother Susan Jardine [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 2 July 1890, "Inventory of William Whitecross, son of the late William Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 19 May 1888, at North Berwick, intestate, given up at Haddington, by Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £726, 16s. 6d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 1891, res. Forth St., Susan Whitecross wd 58 Lochmaben, Peter 32 builder N Berwick, Robert 27 builder N Berwick, John 25 grocer N Berwick, C Stuart 22 N Berwick, niece Catharine Young 28 dom svt Methven [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1899, "Whitecross, John Runciman, Grocer and Wine Merchant, North Berwick, died 16 December 1898, at North Berwick, testate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 4 April, to William Thorburn, Grocer, Argyle Place, Edinburgh, William Calder, Teacher, North Berwick, John Dawson, 10 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, his nephew, and James Wilson, House Carpenter, 23 Riego Street, Edinburgh, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 31 December 1885, and Codicil, dated 12 January 1897, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 22 March 1899. Value of Estate, £6661, 1s. 7d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 1901, res. 54 Forth St, Susan Whitecross 68 Lochmaben, Peter 41 builder N Berwick, Robert 37 builder N Berwick, John 35 grocer N Berwick, Catherine S 32 artist N Berwick, niece Kate Young 38 domestic Methven [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1904, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 18 Feb. 1905, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £320 bond to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1906, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 14 May 1906, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of L475 bond to Peter Whitecross, over south side of High Street & Victoria Rd [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1908, "Whitecross, Robert, sometime Builder, Norden, Forth Street, North Berwick, died 1 March 1908, at North Berwick, intestate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 8 May, to Peter Whitecross, Norden, Forth Street aforesaid, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £6633, 4s. 1d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 22 June 1908, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; half share disponed to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 20 Jan. 1914, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; disponed to Andrew Dewar Wallace [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 20 Jan. 1914, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; disponed to Andrew Dewar Wallace [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 22 May 1920, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; partial discharge of £400 bond to extent of £200 by Jane Brown Wallace to Peter Whitecross & others [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 27 July 1920, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; £150 bond discharged by Andrew Dewar Wallace [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 6 Aug. 1920, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; deed of restriction by Peter Whitecross, to Peter Whitecross & others [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 7 Aug. 1920, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; disponed by Andrew Dewar Wallace to George Paxton Greenlaw [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 Aug. 1920, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 13 May 1921, The Point, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; £475 & £320 bonds discharged, and same day disponed to William Thomson [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 17 May 1921, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 9 Jan. 1925, 16 Balfour St., North Berwick; George Plumer Jr disponed in security of £425 bond to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 16 Apr. 1932, £425 bond discharged [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • Statham, Craig, Lost East Lothian, 2011. On p. 127: "The Prestonpans Co-operative Society was founded in 1869. It was supported by the local mining community and continued to grow as a result. The expansion of housing in Cuthill, due to the growing importance of the coal mine at Prestongrange led to premises being opened there in November, 1925, replacing a temporary building. Designed by Peter Whitecross ..."
Peter Whitecross (1860--): m. Helen --- (c1860--)
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 52 groom N Berwick, Helen 39 Prestonkirk, Alison 26 Haddington, William 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Thomas 15 ag laborer Dirleton, gs Peter 5m Whitekirk, gd Helen Burns 10 N Berwick, gd Frances 8 St Cuthberts, gd Elizabeth 7 St Cuthberts, dau Janet Barrie 28 Haddington, gd Helen 4 Glasgow, gs Samuel 1 Glasgow [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1871, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 63 groom N Berwick, Helen 49 Prestonkirk, gs Peter 10 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1871 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1881, res. Lucklaw Farm, Peter Whitecross 19 ag laborer Whitekirk, svt at Andrew Duncan [Scotland, 1881 Census, Leuchars]
  • 1891, res. Whitedyke, Peter Whitecross 28 carter Whitekirk, Helen 31 Kettle, Peter 5 Markinch, Wm 3 Markinch, John 2m Markinch, Annie 9 Markinch, Alison 7 Markinch [Scotland, 1891 Census, Markinch]
  • 1901, res. Rothes Mill, Peter Whitecross 42 carter Whitekirk, Helen 40 Kettle, Annie 19 paper mill worker Markinch, Alice 17 paper mill worker Markinch, Peter 15 flax yarn bleacher Markinch, William 13 Markinch, John 10 Markinch, David 6 Markinch, Agnes 3 Markinch, Mary 1 Markinch [Scotland, 1901 Census, Markinch]
Peter Whitecross (1868-1935)
  • 1871, res. Prestonpans, Catherine Whitecross wd 35 shirt dealer Cockenzie, Mary D 7 Prestonpans, Barbar A 4 Prestonpans, Peter 3 Prestonpans, svt Ann Barrie 16 Cockenzie [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1881, res. Black Bull Inn, Robert Teasdale 43 publican USA, Catherine 45 Tranent, stepson Peter Whitecross 13 Tranent, boarder George Christison 59 publican Innerwick, svt Jane Smith 16 gen svt Innerwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1891, res. Black Bull, Robert Teasdale wd 53 publican NY, stepson Peter Whitecross 23 architect Prestonpans, stepdau Mary 27 Prestonpans, svt Janet Yorkston 21 dom svt Prestonpans [Scotland, 1891 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1901, res. Orchard House St, Adam Prentice 43 teacher Beattock, Mary 37 Prestonpans, Adam 7 Prestonpans, Charles W 3 Prestonpans, broL Peter Whitecross 31 architect Prestonpans [Scotland, 1901 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 1935, "Whitecross, Peter, Architect, retired, 27 Grange Road, Prestonpans, died 8 July 1935 at Prestonpans, testate. Confirmation Haddington, 27 August, to Christopher Whitelaw, Provision Merchant, Prestonpans, Executor. Will dated 20 February 1934 recorded Haddington 22 August 1935. Value of Estate, £4746:19: 1." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
Rachel Whitecross (1813--): m. Hugh White
  • 17 Jan. 1836, "Whyte, Hugh drayman and Rachel Whitecross his wife their son Peter born the 26th Decr 1835 and baptized the 17th January 1836 witnesses John Hunter and Charles Grey" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 June 1844, "White, Hugh carter Fisherrow & Rachel Whitecross his wife their daughter Marion born June 7th & baptized June 29th 1844 wit Aw Whitecross & Robt Borthwick" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Richard Whitecross (1717--): m. Margaret Whitson
  • Mar. 1746, "Allison D[aughter] L[awful] to Richard Whytkorss and Margrat Whitson in Peffersyd Born the 22th of March and Baptized the 30th of the Said Moneth Wittness James Meek in Lawhouses and George Kilpatrick" [Scotland, Tyninghame, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Oct. 1748, "Richd Whitecorse & Margt Whitson H. a D. named Mary, Born Septr 27 & Baptized Octr 2, Witnesses Patrick & John Whitecorse" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 June 1750, "Richard Whitecorse & Margaret Whitson Had a Daur named Marion, born June 6 & baptized Do 10, Witnesses Peter & John Whitcorse" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Mar. 1753, "Janet Daur to Richard Whitecorse & Margaret Whitson was born Feby 25 & baptized March 4, Witnesses John Whitecorse & John Whitecorse" [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Dec. 1754, "Richard Whitcorss and Margt Whitson had a Child born Decr 7 and Bap 18th Called John Witt Nicol Cockburn and John Mill" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Jan. 1761, "Jany 29th 11 Mor[ning] Janet [child of] Richd Whitecross and Margt Whitson in Tranent [baptised] Feb 1st [witnesses] Robt Miln and Willm Hunter" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 July 1770, "July 26th 1770 James Yorstoun in Tranent and his Wife Jean Whitecross had a Son Born July 26th Baptized the first day of August 1770 and named John Witnesses of the Baptism Richard Whitecross and Archibald Scott" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Nov. 1773, "November 18th 1773 William Whitecross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Watt had a Son Born Novemr 18 Baptized Novemr 21st and named William. Witnesses Richard White-Cross and John Laing" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Jan. 1775, "January 18th 1775 William Whitecross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Wat had a daughter Born January 18th 1775 Baptizd January 22d and named Margaret. Witnesses Richard Whitecross and John Hope" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Oct. 1778, "Tranent October 3d 1778 James Yorston in Tranent and his Wife Jean White Cross had Twins a Son and a Daughter John and Isabell Born October 3d and Baptized October 30. Witnesses Richard White-Cross and John Glen" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 May 1786, "Tranent May 20th 1786 William Whyte-cross in Tranent and Elisabeth Watt his Wife had a Daughter born May 20th Baptized May 28th 1786 and named Janet. Witnesses Richard Whyte-cross and George Steel" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Richard Whitecross (c1756-1824): m. Margaret Runciman (1762-1831)
  • 30 June 1781, "Richard Whitecross Labr and Margt Runsiman both in this parish gave in their names for proclamation in order to marriage and were regularly proclaimed and married 12th July" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 18 June 1782, "Richard Whitecross Labr and Margaret Runsiman his wife had a son and daughter born 17th baptized the above date witnesses George Black & John Whitecross and named James & Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Nov. 1782, "James Whitecross in Cockenzie and his wife Mary Crawford had a son born November 14th baptized November 24th and named James. Witnesses: Richard Whitecross and Peter Whitecross" [Scotland, OPR Tranent, Baptisms]
  • 18 April 1784, "Richard Whitecross Labr & Margt Runciman his wife had a daughter born 16th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation & named Margaret" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 Sep. 1786, "Richard Whitecross Labr and Margt Runciman his wife had a son born 16th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Apr. 1790, "Richard Whitecross and Margt Runsiman his wife had a son born 4th baptized the above date in presence of the Congregation named William" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 4 July 1795, "Richard Whitecross & Marget Runciman his wife had a daughter born 27th June & baptd the above date in presence of Geo: Black & John Douglass and named Elisabeth" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 21 Oct. 1817, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a Daughter born the 21st of Septr and baptized the 30th in presence of Richard & Peter Whitecross & named Janet" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 31 July 1821, "James Whitecross Labr & Mary Manderson his wife had a Son born the 11th & baptized the 22d Current in presence of Richd Whitecross & Peter Manderson & named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 7 Feb. 1824, "Richd Whitecross' [mortcloth] 7 [sh]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 13 July 1831, "Margaret Runciman, relict of Richard Whitecross, died the 11th inst aged 78 years, and was this day interred in the churchyard here" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 17 July 1831, "Widow Whitecross [mortcloth] 7 [sh]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 13 July 1832, "Margaret, relict of Richard Whitecross died the 11th aged 78 years, and was this day interred in the Church yard here" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials] [this duplicate entry must be wrong]
  • 4 Dec. 1860, death at 10:30 A.M. in North Berwick of James Whitecross, retired farm steward, widower, age 78, of decay of nature, son of Richard Whitecross, domestic coachman, and Margaret Runciman, buried in North Berwick Churchyard, informant nephew John Whitecross, merchant at North Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 28 July 1863, death at West Fenton of William Whitecross, ploughman, age 74, spouse Margaret Burnet, son of Richard Whitecross, coachman, and Margaret Runman, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 11 Apr. 1868, death of Elizabeth Mackay, age 73, widow of James Mackay, farm laborer, daughter of Richard Whitecross, deceased coachman, and deceased [blank] Runciman, informant son Peter Mackay [Scotland, Whitekirk, Death Registrations]
  • 21 July 1868, death of Peter Whitecross, builder, age 82, widower of Elizabeth Runciman and Margaret Manderson, son of Richard Whitecross, deceased coachman, and Margaret Runciman, informant son Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
Richard Whitecross (1777-1845): m. Jean Haldane (1778-1850)
  • 26 Dec. 1801, "Whitekirk Decr 26th 1801 That Richard Whitecross in this Parish and Jean Haldane in the Parish of Gladsmuir gave up their Name to be proclaimed in order to marriage before these Witnesses George Blackie and Wilm Murray is attested by Wilm Murray Sess Clk" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Oct. 1802, "[born October] 23 [baptised] 30 Jean, [parents] Richd Whitecross Jean Haldane, [witnesses] Wilm Murray Charles Hogg" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1804, "[born March] 9 [baptised] 18 John, [parents] Richard Whitecross Jean Haldane, [witnesses] John Whitecross Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • July 1805, "[born July] 20 [baptised] 27 Euphan, [parents] Richard Whitecross Jean Haldane, [witnesses] Wilm Haldane Andrew Haldane" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Aug. 1807, "Richard Whitecross & Jean Haldane his spouse had a Daughter born 19th Augt baptised 23d do & named Agnes Wts John Whitecross & William Haldane" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Apr. 1809, "Richd Whitecross & Jean Haldane, Spouses, had a Son born April 5th & baptized Ap 18th 1809 his name William. Witss of Baptism, Mr Jas Amos & James Webster" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Apr. 1809, "To Mortcloth for Rd Whitecross's child 3/4" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 8 Apr. 1810, "Richd Whitecross and Jean Haldane Spouses had a Son born 12th March 1810 & baptized April 8th his name Richard Witss of Baptism John Whitecross and Wm Haldane" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 19 Feb. 1815, "To Mortcloth for Richd Whitecross child 3/4" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 8 June 1817, "Richard Whitecross Labr & Jean Haldane his wife had twins born the 2d & baptized the 9th Current in presence of Robt Shier & Donald McDonald & named Peter & Alexander" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Little Loch Toll, Richard Whitecross 60 toll keeper Y, Jane 58 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 24 Mar. 1845, "Richard Whitecross, [age] 68 [died]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 1 Dec. 1850, "Widow Richard Whitecross, [age] 74 [died]" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
Richard Whitecross (1780--): m. Mary Ferguson
  • 20 Nov. 1805, "Richd Whitecross Mason Leith and Mary Ferguson daugr of the late [blank] Ferguson Shoemaker Cannonmills gave up their names for proclamation of Banns Matrimonial" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • Apr. 1807, "Richard Whitecross Mason Leith and Mary Ferguson Sp[ouse] A D[aughter] N[amed] Isabella born 20th and Bap 30th March 1807 Wit William [blank]" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Nov. 1808, "Richard Whitecross Excise Officer Aberdeen and Mary Ferguson Sp[ouse] a d[aughter] n[amed] Elisabeth born 1st and bapt 23 October 1808" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • May 1812, "Rich. Whitecross Excise officer and Mary Ferguson Sp[ouse] a d[aughter] n[amed] Mary b. 5 and b. 25 Febry 1812 Wit The Cong." [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Mar. 1816, "Richard Whitecross and Mary Ferguson his spouse late in the parish of Crathie Aberdeenshire had a Daughter Named Margaret born 30th October & Baptized 6th November 1815 Witness C McHardy Minr" [Scotland, South Leith, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
Richard Whitecross (1814-1883): m. Alison Watt (1820-1895)
  • 1841, res. Gullane, Richard Whitecross 20 ag laborer Y, at William Watt [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dirleton]
  • 3 July 1841, "Richard Whitecross and Alison Watt both in this parish gave in their names for proclamation 3d July 1841 and were duly proclaimed and Married" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 17 Feb. 1843, "17th Feby 1843 Agnes daughter of Richd Whitecross Hind in Saltcoats and his wife Alison Watt was born this day and baptized publickly at Gullan" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 32 ag laborer N Berwick, Alison 30 Dirleton, Agness 8 Dirleton, William 5 Dirleton, Hugh 3 Dirleton, Richard 2 Dirleton, ldgr [bro] John 22 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1854, "William, son of Richard Whitecross, Hind at Saltcoats, and Alison Watt his wife, was born 16th Octr 1847 and baptized by The Revd James Scott, Witnesses David Watt & John Bathgate. Hugh, son of Richard Whitecross, Hind at Saltcoats, and Alison Watt his wife, was born 19th March 1849, and baptized by The Revd James Scott, Witnesses Mr S.D. Shirreff & James Shield. Richard, son of Richard Whitecross, and Alison Watt his wife, was born 26th January 1852, and baptized by The Revd James Scott, Witnesses John Bathgate & James Shield. Charles, son of Richard Whitecross, and Alison Watt his wife, was born 28th August 1853, and baptized by The Revd James Scott, Witnesses John Bathgate & James Shield" [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1871, res. Saltcoats, Richard Whitecross 52 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Alison 49 Dirleton, William 25 groom Dirleton, John 14 ag laborer Dirleton, Lilias 8 Dirleton [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 65 farm svt Athelstaneford, Alison Watt 59 Dirleton, William 35 Dirleton, Richard 30 Dirleton, Lilias 17 Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. Skateraw, Alison Whitecross wd 70 Dirleton, William 42 ag laborer Dirleton, ldgr Richard Cockburn wd 51 gardener Stenton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Innerwick]
Richard Whitecross (1819-1879): m. Isabella Walker (1819-1891)
  • 1841, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross 50 mason Y, Richard 20 mason Y, John 15 mason Y, William 9 Y, Elizabeth 16 Y, Janet McKenzie 22 Y, Alexander 1 N [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 7 June 1847, "It is hereby certified that Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker, both residing in North Berwick, have been three times proclaimed in order to Marriage in the Parish Church, and that no objection has been offered, & were married by the Revd Wm Nisbet, Minr of the Canongate Free Church Edinr" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1848, "Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker his wife, had a Son born on the 30th of May 1848 and baptized on the 2d of July following in presence of the United Presbyterian Congregation, & named Peter" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1850, "Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker his wife had a Daughter born on the 31st May 1850, and baptized on the 24th of June following, in presence of the United Presbyterian Congregation, and named Janet Maltman" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. High St., Richd Whitecross 31 mason N Berwick, Isabella 31 Dirleton, Peter 3 N Berwick, Janet 10m N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1854, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1854, "Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker his wife, had a daughter born on the 25th of December 1852 and baptized ten weeks afterwards in the U.P. Church here and named Elizabeth Runciman" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1854, "Richard Whitecross, Mason, and Isabella Walker his wife had a Son born on the 23rd October 1854, and baptized on the 10th December following, by the Revd John McGilchrist Dyer, and named William Walker" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1855, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1856, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 2 Feb. 1857, lot on north end of street to harbour; 13 Victoria Rd, Shore Street, North Berwick; Burgh Magistrate disponed to Richard Whitecross, builder in N Berwick, and spouse Isabella Walker in liferent [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 14 May 1857, lot on north end of street to harbour; 13 Victoria Rd, Shore Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross, builder in N Berwick, and spouse Isabella Walker in liferent disponed in security of £400 bond to Trustees of Mr. & Mrs. Dall [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1861, res. 17 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 41 mason N Berwick, Isabella 41 Dirleton, Peter 12 N Berwick, Janet 10 N Berwick, Elizabeth 8 N Berwick, William 6 N Berwick, Richard 2 N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 21 July 1868, death of Peter Whitecross, builder, age 82, widower of Elizabeth Runciman and Margaret Manderson, son of Richard Whitecross, deceased coachman, and Margaret Runciman, informant son Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Death Registrations]
  • 1869, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1870, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 2 Sep. 1870, lot on north side of High Street, North Berwick; Peter Brodie, Richard Whitecross, & William Whitecross granted contract of ground annual to Trustees of late George Begbie of Oatfield [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1871, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1871, res. 19 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 51 magistrate & mason N Berwick, Isabella 51 Dirleton, Janet M 20 N Berwick, Elizabeth R 18 N Berwick, William W 16 joiner N Berwick, Richard 12 N Berwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 6 Feb. 1871, tenement & yard on south side of High Street, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Isabella Walker, spouse of Richard Whitecross, builder of N Berwick, on Janet Maltman's half share, from disposition of John Doughty, mason at Gullane [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 13 Apr. 1871, lot on north side of High Street, North Berwick; disponed to said Peter Brodie, & to Thomas Robberds Woodrow of N Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 25 Apr. 1871, tenement & yard on south side of High Street, North Berwick; disponed in security of £300 bond to Ann Alexander of Haddington [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 1872, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1873, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1874, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1875, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1876, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1878, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1879, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 10 July 1879, "Confirmation of Richard Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 1 March 1879, at North Berwick, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, William Whitecross, Builder, and Robert Lyle, Writer, all in North Berwick, Executors nominated in Will and Deed, dated 30 May 1877, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 7 July 1879. Value of Estate, £2,233, 6s. 9d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 26 Sep. 1879, subjects in Shore Street, subjects in High Street, & Sand Cottage, North Berwick; notarial instrument to John Runciman Whitecross, William Whitecross, & Robert Lyle, as Trustees of Richard Whitecross & Isabella Walker [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1881, res. 13 Shore St., Isabella Whitecross wd 61 Dirleton, Janet 30 N Berwick, Elizabeth 28 N Berwick, Richard 22 grocer N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 10 Jan. 1882, Melbourne Park, North Berwick; Eleanor Phillimore Stiff & Elizabeth Stiff disponed in security of £650 bond to Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 21 Oct. 1890, Melbourne Park, North Berwick; discharge granted by John Runciman Whitecross, as Trustee of R Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1891, Isabella Whitecross wd 71 Dirleton, Elizabeth 38 N Berwick, Richard 32 joiner N Berwick, svt Eliza McNeill gen svt Gladsmuir [Scotland, 1891 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 18 Aug. 1891, "Confirmation of Isobel or Isabella Walker or Whitecross, widow of Richard Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 21 April 1891, at North Berwick, intestate, granted at Haddington, to Richard Whitecross, Joiner, Victoria Road, North Berwick, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £658, 6s. 4d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 3 Oct. 1891, Sand Cottage, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 12 Oct. 1891, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 12 Oct. 1891, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
Richard Whitecross (c1838--): m. Mary Denholm (c1839--)
  • 1851, res. 11 Leithwynd, Peter Whitecross 33 coachman N Berwick, Elizabeth 33 Aberlady, Richard 13 last maker Preston, James 7 Gifford, John 5 Ormiston, Elizabeth 3 Ormiston, Jane 2 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1851 Census, Edinburgh Canongate]
  • 1871, res. 12 Circus Lane, Richard Whitecross 33 cab proprietor Prestonkirk, Mary Denholm 32 Canongate, Peter 8 Canongate, Jessie 4 St Andrews, James D 2 St Cuthberts, Marion 10m St Cuthberts [Scotland, 1871 Census, Edinburgh St Stephens]
  • 1881, res. 29 Elder St, Richard Whitecross 43 cab driver Bonnyrig, Mary 42 Edinburgh, Peter 18 butcher Edinburgh, Jessie 14 dressmaker Edinburgh, Marion 10 Edinburgh, Charlotte 8 Edinburgh, William 4 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1881 Census, Edinburgh St Andrew]
  • 1901, res. 12 Valleyfield St, Mary Whitecross 62 Edinburgh, Jessie 30 furrier Edinburgh, William 24 butcher's salesman Edinburgh [Scotland, 1901 Census, Edinburgh St Cuthberts]
  • 1907, "Whitecross, Mary Denholm or, sometime residing at 12 Valleyfield Street, latterly at 196 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, widow, died 16 April 1907, at Edinburgh, testate. Confirmation granted at Edinburgh, 14 June, to James Steuart and George Graham Bell Steuart, both W.S., 25 Rutland Street, Edinburgh, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 24 october 1904, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Edinburgh, 13 June 1907. Value of Estate, £1487, 17s. 4d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
Richard Whitecross (1852--): m. Jane Mackenzie (1857--)
  • 1851, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 32 ag laborer N Berwick, Alison 30 Dirleton, Agness 8 Dirleton, William 5 Dirleton, Hugh 3 Dirleton, Richard 2 Dirleton, ldgr [bro] John 22 N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1854, Richard Whitecross, hind at Saltcoats and Alison Watt, son William b. 16 Oct. 1847, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit David Watt & John Bathgate, son Hugh b. 19 Mar. 1849, bap. by Revd James Scott, wit Mr S D Shirreff and James Shield, son Richard b. 26 Jany 1852, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit John Bathgate & James Shield, son Charles b. 28 Aug. 1853, bap. by Revd. James Scott, wit. John Bathgate & James Shield [Scotland, Dirleton, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1861, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 43 ploughman Athelstaneford, Susan 39 Dirleton, Agnes 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Hugh 13 ag laborer Dirleton, Richard 10 Dirleton, Charles 8 Dirleton, Margaret 5 Dirleton, John Watt 3 Dirleton [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1871, res. Saltcoats, Richard Whitecross 20 ag laborer Dirleton, svt of David Pringle [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Saltcoats Mains, Richard Whitecross 65 farm svt Athelstaneford, Alison Watt 59 Dirleton, William 35 Dirleton, Richard 30 Dirleton, Lilias 17 Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, res. Drem, Richard Whitecross 40 ag laborer Dirleton, Jane 33 N Berwick, Maggie 4 Dirleton, son George McKenzie 9 Dirleton, mL Margaret wd 76 N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, Athelstaneford]
  • 1901, res. Ballencrieff Gardens, Richard Whitecross 50 ploughman Dirleton, Jane 43 N Berwick, Margaret 14 Dirleton [Scotland, 1901 Census, Aberlady]
Richard Whitecross (1857--): m. Helen Blair (1864--)
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 1881, res. Dirleton, Peter Whitecross 53 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 58 Athelstaneford, Richard 22 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 21 farm svt Athelstaneford, Janet 17 outworker Athelstaneford, Margaret 14 outworker Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 25 Apr. 1884, marriage at Catcraig, Dunbar, of Richard Whitecross, farm svt, age 27, born Athelstaneford, son of Peter Whitecross, farm svt, and Margaret Napier; and Helen Blair, farm svt, age 19, born Dunbar, daughter of Thomas Blair, laborer, and Jane Dickson, minister Robert Buchanan, witnesses John Brown and Margaret Whitecross [Scotland, Dunbar, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1891, res. 1 Pardovan, Richard Whitecross 39 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Ellen 26 Dunbar, Peter 4 Whitekirk, Jane 2 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1891 Census, Cranston]
  • 1901, res. Balgone Barns, Richard Whitecross 42 farm grieve Athelstaneford, Ellen 36 Dunbar, Peter 14 farm svt Whitekirk, Jane 12 Whitekirk, George 8 Edinburgh, Richard 6 N Berwick, Thomasina 3 N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
Richard Whitecross (1858-1916)
  • 1861, res. 17 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 41 mason N Berwick, Isabella 41 Dirleton, Peter 12 N Berwick, Janet 10 N Berwick, Elizabeth 8 N Berwick, William 6 N Berwick, Richard 2 N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1871, res. 19 Shore St., Richard Whitecross 51 magistrate & mason N Berwick, Isabella 51 Dirleton, Janet M 20 N Berwick, Elizabeth R 18 N Berwick, William W 16 joiner N Berwick, Richard 12 N Berwick [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 13 Shore St., Isabella Whitecross wd 61 Dirleton, Janet 30 N Berwick, Elizabeth 28 N Berwick, Richard 22 grocer N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1891, Isabella Whitecross wd 71 Dirleton, Elizabeth 38 N Berwick, Richard 32 joiner N Berwick, svt Eliza McNeill gen svt Gladsmuir [Scotland, 1891 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 18 Aug. 1891, "Confirmation of Isobel or Isabella Walker or Whitecross, widow of Richard Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 21 April 1891, at North Berwick, intestate, granted at Haddington, to Richard Whitecross, Joiner, Victoria Road, North Berwick, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £658, 6s. 4d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 12 Oct. 1891, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 12 Oct. 1891, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; Trustees of Mr & Mrs Richard Whitecross disponed to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 3 Nov. 1891, lot on north end of street to harbour; 13 Victoria Rd, Shore Street, North Berwick; resignation of bond and disponed in £200 security by Mr & Mrs Dall's Trustees to Margaret Lindsay Hector, & discharge of £200 bond to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 3 Jan. 1896, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £100 bond to Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 4 Apr. 1898, tenement & yard on south side of High Street, North Berwick; partial discharge of £300 bond to extent of £100 by Ann Alexander's Trustees, to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 30 May 1899, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Elizabeth Runciman Whitecross granted discharge of £100 bond, and same day Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £150 bond to James Wallace [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1904, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, joiner, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 18 Feb. 1905, subjects on south side of High Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £320 bond to Peter Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1906, North Berwick, Richard Whitecross, joiner, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 14 May 1906, 13 Victoria Rd or Shore Street, North Berwick; Richard Whitecross disponed in security of £475 bond to Peter Whitecross, over south side of High Street & Victoria Rd [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 16 May 1906, tenement & yard on south side of High Street, North Berwick; discharge of L300 bond by Trustees to Richard Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
Robert Whitecross (1791-1846): m. Jean Sinclair (c1795--)
  • 1820, "Robert Whitecross Labourer in Haddington & Jean Sinclair in this parish after proclamation of Banns were Registered for Marriage at Haddington the 19th of May 1820. John Galloway Elder Attestor" [Scotland, North Leith, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 14 June 1821, "Whitecross, Robert labourer and Jean Sinclear had a Daughter born 30th May & bapd 14th June 1821 name Margaret Witnesses James Young & Andrew Whitelaw" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Oct. 1823, "Whitecross, Robert, Distillery, and Jane Sinclair had a Daughter born 16th & baptized 30th Oct name Barbara Witnesses James Yule & Wm Fowler" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Jan. 1826, "Whitecross, Robert and Jean Sinclair had a daughter born 16th and baptized 29th January name Marion Witnesses James Young and William Fowler" [Scotland, Haddington, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 13 Apr. 1828, "Robert Whitecross and Jean Sinclair his wife had a Daughter born 2nd and baptised 13th April 1828 named Jean" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 3 Oct. 1830, "Robert Whitecross Labourer and Jean Sinclair his wife had a Daughter born 21st Septr 1830 and baptised 3rd Octr named Mary" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 Feb. 1833, "Robert Whitecross Labourer and Jean Sinclair his wife had a Daughter born 5th and baptised 24th Feby 1833 named Alison" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Nov. 1836, "Robert Whitecross and Jean Sinclair his wife had a Son born 23rd October and baptised 20th Novr 1836 named Alexander" [Scotland, Prestonpans, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Prestonpans, Robert Whitecross 45 ag laborer Y, Jane 45 Y, Alexander 4 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Prestonpans]
  • 24 Feb. 1860, marriage at Prestonpans of Sinclair McLeod, drayman at Prestonpans, age 26, son of George McLeod, fisherman, and Elizabeth Cunningham; and Alison Whitecross, domestic servant at Prestonpans, age 27, daughter of Robert Whitecross, laborer, and Jane Sinclair [Scotland, Prestonpans, Marriage Registrations]
Robert Whitecross (1863-1908)
  • 1871, res. Back St., William Whitecross 39 mason N Berwick, Susan 41 Lochmaben, Peter 12 N Berwick, Robert 7 N Berwick, John 5 N Berwick, Catherine 2 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 8 Methven [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 22 Back St., William Whitecross 49 builder N Berwick, Susan 51 Lochmaben, Peter 21 joiner N Berwick, Robert 17 mason N Berwick, John 15 grocer N Berwick, Catherine 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 18 Methven [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 13 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; disponed to Peter Whitecross & Robert Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 16 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; disponed in security of £50 bond of annuity to Peter and Robert Whitecross's mother Susan Jardine [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1891, res. Forth St., Susan Whitecross wd 58 Lochmaben, Peter 32 builder N Berwick, Robert 27 builder N Berwick, John 25 grocer N Berwick, C Stuart 22 N Berwick, niece Catharine Young 28 dom svt Methven [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 54 Forth St, Susan Whitecross 68 Lochmaben, Peter 41 builder N Berwick, Robert 37 builder N Berwick, John 35 grocer N Berwick, Catherine S 32 artist N Berwick, niece Kate Young 38 domestic Methven [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1904, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 11 Nov. 1905, Ship Inn, Quality Street, North Berwick; Mrs Isabella McKay or Vass disponed in security of £1600 bond of credit to Robert Whitecross [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1906, North Berwick, John Whitecross, grocer, burgh elector, Peter Whitecross, builder, burgh elector, Robert Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 9 Nov. 1906, Forth Lodge, westmost part of Lot 4, East Links, North Berwick; Francis Eeles assigned £975 bond & disposition to extent of £800 and discharge of £175, to Robert Whitecross, Mrs Frances Alison Bourhill or Handasyde, & Isabella Catherine Bourhill [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1908, "Whitecross, Robert, sometime Builder, Norden, Forth Street, North Berwick, died 1 March 1908, at North Berwick, intestate. Confirmation granted at Haddington, 8 May, to Peter Whitecross, Norden, Forth Street aforesaid, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £6633, 4s. 1d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 17 June 1908, Ship Inn, Quality Street, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Executor of late Robert Whitecross on £1600 bond of credit & disposition [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 17 June 1908, Forth Lodge, westmost part of Lot 4, East Links, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Executor of late Robert Whitecross on £975 bond & disposition to extent of £800 [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 17 June 1908, Rockstowes, Melbourne Rd, North Berwick; Notarial instrument to Executor of late Robert Whitecross on £750 bond & disposition [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 17 Apr. 1908, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; decree that John Whitecross is heir of brother Robert's half share [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
Sophia Whitecross (1784-1840): m. John Donnet (1783-1860)
  • 11 Dec. 1808, "Donat, John Wright & Sophia Whitecross his wife their daughter Rachel born 3rd & baptized 11 Dec wit Andrew Whitecross & Joseph Donat" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Aug. 1810, "Donat, John Wright & Sophia Whitecross his wife their daughter Mary born 12 & baptized 26 August wit John Whitcross & James Roger" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 10 June 1816, "Donat, John & Sophia Whitecross his wife their daughter Jane born 19th May & baptized 10th June wit John Fhemp[?] & Robt Mitchell" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 27 Dec. 1818, "Donnat, John wright & Sophia Whitecross their son Andrew born the 19th & baptized 27th Decr witnesses Andrew Hardy & Andrew Whitecross" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 10 Apr. 1825, "Donat, John wright in Wallingford and Sophia Whitecross their son Joseph born the 7 March and baptised on 10th April witnesses Andrew Hardie and William Allan" [Scotland, Inveresk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Engine, John Donat 56 wright N, Elisabeth 53 N, Elisabeth Whitek 9 Y, John Blacky 5 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Inveresk]
  • 2 Oct. 1871, death at Prestonpans of Rachel Pebles, age 63, spouse Charles Pebles, laborer, daughter of John Donnet, joiner, and Sophia Whitecross, informant widower Charles Pebles [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
Thomas Whitecross (1802-1866): m. Ann Neilson (1797-1854)
  • 26 Apr. 1822, "Thomas Whitecross of the parish of Preston and Ann Nielson of this Parish were regularly proclaimed and married on the 26th April 1822" [Scotland, Dunbar, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 30 Nov. 1825, "Euphemia, lawful daughter of Thomas Whitecross and Ann Neilson was born 30th Novr and baptized 11th Decr 1825 by the Revd John Lumsden before these Witnesses Andrew Whitecross and Alexr Crawford" [Scotland, Whittinghame, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 June 1832, "[born] June 14, Ann Whitecross daughter of Thomas Whitecross labourer and Ann Nelson his wife witnesses George Smyth & Jas Black [baptised] 24th June" [Scotland, Dunbar, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Ruchlaw Muir, Thomas Whitecross 35 ratcatcher Y, Ann 40 Y, Andrew 15 ag laborer Y, Thomas 12 Y, John 10 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whittinghame]
  • 1851, res. Stenton, Thos Whitecross 49 rat & rabbit catcher N Berwick, Ann 53 Dunbar, John 20 rabbit catcher Dunbar, niece Janet Vert 9 N Berwick, svt John Watt 16 rabbit catcher Whittingham, svt David Dalgliesh 16 rabbit catcher Yarrow, svt William Blair 12 rabbit catcher Stenton, vis Margaret Turnbull 22 dressmaker Dunbar [Scotland, 1851 Census, Stenton]
  • 7 Apr. 1866, death at Cromwellhaugh of Thomas Whitecross, warrener, age 64, widower of Ann Neilson, son of Andrew Whitecross, contractor, and Janet Lawson, informant son Andrew Whitecross [Scotland, Oldhamstocks, Death Registrations]
Thomas Whitecross (c1829-1886): m. Margaret Turnbull (c1831--)
  • 1841, res. Ruchlaw Muir, Thomas Whitecross 35 ratcatcher Y, Ann 40 Y, Andrew 15 ag laborer Y, Thomas 12 Y, John 10 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Whittinghame]
  • 1851, res. Luggy, Thomas Whitecross 21 gamekeeper, asst at Barlo Scott [Scotland, 1851 Census, Lauder]
  • 1851, res. Stenton, Thos Whitecross 49 rat & rabbit catcher N Berwick, Ann 53 Dunbar, John 20 rabbit catcher Dunbar, niece Janet Vert 9 N Berwick, svt John Watt 16 rabbit catcher Whittingham, svt David Dalgliesh 16 rabbit catcher Yarrow, svt William Blair 12 rabbit catcher Stenton, vis Margaret Turnbull 22 dressmaker Dunbar [Scotland, 1851 Census, Stenton]
  • 12 Dec. 1851, "Stenton 12 Dec 1851. I hereby certify that Thomas Whitecross in this Parish and Margaret Turnbull in the Parish of Dunbar gave in their names to me for proclamation of marriage and that they have been regularly proclaimed & married. James Fraser Sess Clk" [Scotland, Stenton, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 14 Dec. 1851, "Decr 14 Thomas Whitecross of the Parish of Stenton and Margaret Turnbull of this parish were regularly proclaimed for marriage this day." [Scotland, Dunbar, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1871, Thomas Whitecross 40 gamekeeper Dunbar, Margaret 40 Dunbar, Ann Neilson 16 Stenton, Thomas 14 Innerwick, Jane Bell 12 Old Kilpatrick, William 9 Old Kilpatrick, Margaret 2 Cumbernauld [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dunbarton, Cumbernauld]
  • 1881, res. Kincaid Viewfield, Thomas Whitecross 50 gamekeeper Dunbar, Margaret 49 Dunbar, Jane 22 Craigleith, Maggie 12 Cumbernauld [Scotland, 1881 Census, Stirling, Campsie]
  • 1891, res. 4 Argyle Place, Margaret Whitecross 59 Dunbar, Jane B 32 domestic Old Kilpatrick, ldgr George Pirie 28 teacher Marnock, ldgr Caroline W Crawford 28 England, ldgr Alexander Baxter 23 teacher Peterhead, ldgr Alice M Hanna 33 Glasgow, Arthur L 9 England, Evelyn M 5 England [Scotland, 1891 Census, Bute, Rothesay]
Thomas Whitecross (c1845-c1880): m. Jessie Ogilvie (c1848--)
  • 1851, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 42 groom N Berwick, Helen 29 Linton, Allison 16 ag laborer Haddington, Peter 12 Dirleton, John 10 Dirleton, William 7 Dirleton, Thomas 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 52 groom N Berwick, Helen 39 Prestonkirk, Alison 26 Haddington, William 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Thomas 15 ag laborer Dirleton, gs Peter 5m Whitekirk, gd Helen Burns 10 N Berwick, gd Frances 8 St Cuthberts, gd Elizabeth 7 St Cuthberts, dau Janet Barrie 28 Haddington, gd Helen 4 Glasgow, gs Samuel 1 Glasgow [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 15 July 1871, marriage at Traprain of Thomas Whitecross, laborer at Dunbar, age 24, son of Peter Whitecross, coachman, and deceased Helen Moncrieff; and Jessie Ogilvie, domestic servant at Dunbar, age 22, daughter of James Ogilvie, shoemaker, and Mary Bryden [Scotland, Prestonkirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1881, res. 13 Gordon St, Jessie Whitecross wd 32 laborer's widow Dunbar, Mary 8 Leith, Nellie 6 Leith, Peter 4 Leith, Margaret 2 Leith, Thomassen 1 Leith, brdr John Davie 21 wire worker Dalkeith [Scotland, 1881 Census, South Leith]
  • 1891, res. 11 Gordon St, Jessie Whitecross 42 Dunbar, Helen 16 Leith, Peter 14 Leith, Thomasine 10 Leith [Scotland, 1891 Census, South Leith]
Thomas Whitecross (1847-1919): m. Ann Morrison Chalmers (1850--)
  • 1851, Andrew Whitecross 28 gamekeeper Dunbar, Barbara 36 Carnwath, Thomas 3 Lasswade, Margaret 2 Lasswade, Anne 4m Portpatrick, svt Catherine Roy 16 Ireland [Scotland, 1851 Census, Wigtown, Portpatrick]
  • 1861, res. Lochgilphead, Andrew Whitecross 38 gamekeeper Dunbar, Barbara 40 Carnwath, Thomas 13 Lasswade, Margaret B 12 Lasswade, Ann N 10 Portpatrick [Scotland, 1861 Census, Argyll, South Knapdale]
  • 1871, res. Ward Park House, Andrew Whitecross 48 land overseer Dunbar, Barbara 49 Carnwath, Thomas 23 engineer Lasswade, Ann 20 Portpatrick, vis [cousin] Jessie Barrie 9 Barony, vis [cousin] Maggie 4 Barony, svt Mary Laven 14 gen svt Falkirk [Scotland, 1871 Census, Dunbarton, Cumbernauld]
  • 1881, res. 20 Rutland Crescent, Annie Whitecross mar 30 steamship engineer's wife Cumbernauld, Agnes 5 Falkirk, Barbara 4 Govan, Andrew 2 Govan [Scotland, 1881 Census, Lanark, Govan]
  • 1891, res. 184 Paisley Rd West, Annie Whitecross mar 40 marine engineer's wife Cumbernauld, Agnes 15 teacher Falkirk, Barbara 14 Govan, Andrew 12 Govan, Williamina 8 Govan [Scotland, 1891 Census, Lanark, Govan]
  • 1901, res. 5 Nithsdale Rd, Annie Whitecross 50 Cumbernauld, Agnes 25 teacher Camelon, Barbara 24 draper Govan, Andrew 22 draper's clerk Govan, Williamina 18 teacher Kinning Park [Scotland, 1901 Census, Lanark, Govan]
Thomas Whitecross (1855-1917): 1m. Jean Provan, 2m. Margaret Rutherford (1860-1942)
  • 1881, res. Meringo McLintocks Land, Elizabeth Whitecross wd 50 washerwoman Stenton, Thomas 25 calico machine printer Borthwick, Joan 24 printfield worker Borthwick, gs 1m Campsie [Scotland, 1881 Census, Stirling, Campsie]
  • 1901, res. 1057 Burnley Rd, Thomas Whitecross 45 calico machine printer Scotland, Margaret 42 Belsey, Elizabeth 12 Goodshaw, Annie 10 Goodshaw, Alice 8 Goodshaw, Jessie 4 Goodshaw [England, 1901 Census, Lancashire, Rawtenstall]
  • 1911, res. Whalley Rd, Thomas Whitecross 55 calico printer Borthwick, Marget 53 Belsay, Elizabeth 22 weaver Goodshaw, Annie 20 weaver Goodshaw, Alice 18 stitcher Goodshaw, Jessie 14 weaver Goodshaw [England, 1911 Census, Lancashire, Wiswell]
William Whitecross (1741-1803): 1m. Elizabeth Watt (1752--), 2m. Margaret Fowler (c1749-1826)
  • 2 May 1773, "May 2d 1773 Compeared William White-Cross and Elisabeth Watt, produced marriage Lines dated at Edinr March 3d 1773 Subscribed by Charles Johnson" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 18 Nov. 1773, "November 18th 1773 William Whitecross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Watt had a Son Born Novemr 18 Baptized Novemr 21st and named William. Witnesses Richard White-Cross and John Laing" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 18 Jan. 1775, "January 18th 1775 William Whitecross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Wat had a daughter Born January 18th 1775 Baptizd January 22d and named Margaret. Witnesses Richard Whitecross and John Hope" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Jan. 1776, "Tranent 29 January 1776 Alexander Ross in the Miles and his Wife Ann Mark had a Daughter Born Jany 29 Baptized Febr 4th 1776 and named Janet Witnesses John Ross and William Whitecross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Aug. 1776, "August 28th 1776 William Whitecross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Watt had a Daughter Born August 28 Baptized Septemr 1st and named Margaret. Witnesses John Hope and John Kedglie" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Aug. 1784, "Tranent 26 August 1784 William Whyte-cross in Tranent and his Wife Elisabeth Watt had a daughter born August 26 baptized September 12th 1784 and named Elisabeth. Witnesses James Logan and John Kedglie" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 May 1786, "Tranent May 20th 1786 William Whyte-cross in Tranent and Elisabeth Watt his Wife had a Daughter born May 20th Baptized May 28th 1786 and named Janet. Witnesses Richard Whyte-cross and George Steel" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • Feb. 1788, "William Whytecross in Tranent and Elisabeth Watt his Wife had a Son John born Febr 7 Baptized February 17th 1788 in presence of the Congregation" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 6 Apr. 1791, "April 6th William Watt in Tranent & Kathrine Wood his wife had a son born March 24th Bap April 3d 1791 and named William Wits Wm Whitecross & Geo Fouler" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 June 1792, "Tranent June 2nd 1792 George Fouler in Tranent and Margaret Watt his wife had a daughter born April 21st Bap May 1st 1792 and named Annie Wit Wm Watt & Wm Whitecross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Aug. 1792, "August 16th William Fouler in Tranent and Anne Gutcher his wife had a son born July 9th Bap August 1st 1792 and named James Wit George Fouler & Wm Whitcross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Feb. 1793, "28th William Watt in Tranent & Kathrine Wood his wife had a Son born Jan 3d Bap Jan 17th 1793 and named James Wit George Fouler and Wm Whitcross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 Sep. 1794, "William Watt in Tranent & Kathrine Wood his wife had a son born 17th Septr Bap 28th Septr 1794 & named John Wit Geo Fouler & William Whitcross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Oct. 1794, "October 1st 1794 William Whitecross in Tranent & Margaret Fouler his wife had a son born 14th August Bap. 24th August and named George Wit Geo. Fouler & Wm Watt" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1 Sep. 1796, "1st September 1796 William Watt in Tranent & Kathrine Wood had a daughter born 1st August Baptized 8th August 1796 and named Margaret Wit Geo Fouler and William Whitcross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Oct. 1798, "29th William Watt in Tranent and Kathrine Wood had a daughter born 3d July 1798 Bap 23d July and named Kathrine Wit Geo Fouler & William Whitecross" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 29 Jan. 1803, "29 William Whitecross [died]" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 10 Jan. 1826, "Jan. 10 Fowler Margaret wife of the deceased William Whitecross, Brewer in Tranent, dec of Decline [age] 77 [buried] 13 [Jan., mortcloth fee] 8/" [Scotland, Tranent, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
William Whitecross (1790-1863): m. Margaret Burnet (1792-1866)
  • 14 May 1814, "William Whitecross & Margaret Burnet both in this Parish gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 28 Oct. 1814, "William Whitecorse, Labourer, East Fortown, & Margaret Burnet his spouse had a Son born 17th Octr & baptised 28th do named Richard Wts George Black & Robert Hardie" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 30 Mar. 1817, "William Whitecrose, East Fortown, and Margaret Burnet his spouse, had a Son born 21st March & baptised 30th do named William Wts George Black & Robt Hardie" [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 24 July 1825, "William Whitecross labr & Margaret Burnet his wife had a son born the fifteenth currt and Baptized this day in presence of the Congregation, named Peter Pringle. Also a Daughter born the thirtieth of June one thousd eight hundred & nineteen & Baptized the eighth of July in presence of Thos Purves & William Dickson named Marion. Also another Daughter born the twenty fourth of July one thousand eight hundred & twenty one, and Baptized the fifth August, in presence of James Murray and Richard Whitecross, named Isabella" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 28 May 1826, "Marion, daughter of William Whitecross, died aged 7 years, and was this day interred in the Church yard here" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Burials]
  • 11 May 1828, "William Whitecross & his wife Margaret Burnet had a Son born the twenty second Ult and Baptized in the Parish Church this day, and named John" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 20 Feb. 1831, "William Whitecross & his wife Margaret Burnet had a Son born the twenty third of January, & Baptized this day in the Church in presence of the congregation named Alexander" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 9 Mar. 1834, "William Whitecross and Margaret Burnet his wife had a Daughter born the second of February and Baptized this day in the Church in presence of the Congregation, and named Marion" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Horsecrook, William Whitecross 45 ag laborer Y, Margaret 45 Y, Isabella 15 Y, John 10 Y, Alexander 10 Y, Margaret 5 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Stonelaws, William Whitecross 59 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 57 Whitekirk, William 33 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Isabella 28 N Berwick, Alexander 19 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 17 ag laborer N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 16 May 1857, marriage at Stonelaws of William Whitecross, farm servant at Seton Hill, Gladsmuir, age 40, son of William Whitecross, farm servant, and Margaret Burnet; and Margret Grieve, outworker at Stonelaws, age 39, daughter of John Grieve, deceased road laborer, and deceased Elspeth Arthur [Scotland, Whitekirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 28 Apr. 1860, marriage at Muirton of John Whitecross, ploughman at West Fenton, Dirleton, age 29, son of William Whitecross, ploughman, and Margaret Burnet; and Agnes Liddle, outworker at Muirton, Athelstaneford, age 20, daughter of John Liddle, deceased ploughman, and deceased Agnes Stenhouse [Scotland, Athelstaneford, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, res. West Fenton, William Whitecross 71 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 66 Whitekirk, Isabella 34 N Berwick, Alexr 28 ploughman N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, Dirleton]
  • 28 July 1863, death at West Fenton of William Whitecross, ploughman, age 74, spouse Margaret Burnet, son of Richard Whitecross, coachman, and Margaret Runman, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 1 Dec. 1866, death at Preston of Margaret Whitecross, age 75, widow of William Whitecross, ploughman, daughter of William Burnet, ploughman, and Marion Whitecross, informant son John Whitecross [Scotland, Prestonpans, Death Registrations]
  • 7 Feb. 1908, death at 11:30 P.M. of Peter Whitecross, farm svt, age 79, widower of Margaret Napier, son of William Whitecross, deceased farm servant, and deceased Margaret Burnett, informant son W Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
William Whitecross (1792--): m. Agnes Cook (1793--)
  • 17 July 1821, "William Whitecross Mason at Stockbridge & Agnes Cook his Spouse had a daughter born 7th Current named Mary Crawford" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 23 Apr. 1823, "William Whitecross Mason at Stockbridge & Agnes Cook his spouse had a Son born 16th Current named James Cook" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 6 Jan. 1825, "William Whitecross Mason at Stockbridge and Agnes Cook his Spouse had a Daughter born on Twenty sixth ultimo Named Jean Rhind" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 10 Jan. 1827, "William Whitecross Mason, Haugh Street Stockbridge & Agnes Cook his Spouse had a Son born on Twenty fifth December last Named William" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 2 Dec. 1830, "William Whitecross Mason Deanhaugh Street Stockbridge and Agnes Cook his Spouse had a Son born on the Fourteenth day of November last Named John" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 14 Feb. 1833, "William Whitecross Mason Deanhaugh Street Stockbridge and Agnes Cook his Spouse had a Daughter born on the Twenty fifth day of January last Named Elizabeth Surenne" [Scotland, Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 15 Dec. 1831, "Pittenweem 15th December 1831, this day James Adamson in this parish and Isabella Whitecross in the Parish of St Cuthbert's Edinr gave in their names for Proclamation of the Banns of Marriage, which were three several times published in the Parish Church here and no objections offered, Married by the Revd Mr [blank]" [Scotland, Pittenweem, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1841, res. Raeburn Pl., William Whitecross 50 mason N, Agnes 48 N, William 12 cabinet maker Y, John 10 Y, Jean 15 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Edinburgh]
William Whitecross (1817--): m. Margaret Grieve (c1818--)
  • 1851, res. Stonelaws, William Whitecross 59 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 57 Whitekirk, William 33 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Isabella 28 N Berwick, Alexander 19 ag laborer N Berwick, Margaret 17 ag laborer N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, Whitekirk]
  • May 1852, "Jane, Daughter of William Whitecross Labourer Stonelaws and Margaret Grieve was born 23d February 1852 and baptized 10th May by the Revd John Jaffray, Dunbar, Thos Hannan, Thos Henderson Witnesses" [Scotland, Whitekirk, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 May 1857, marriage at Stonelaws of William Whitecross, farm servant at Seton Hill, Gladsmuir, age 40, son of William Whitecross, farm servant, and Margaret Burnet; and Margret Grieve, outworker at Stonelaws, age 39, daughter of John Grieve, deceased road laborer, and deceased Elspeth Arthur [Scotland, Whitekirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, William Whitecross 44 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Margaret 43 N Berwick, Jane 9 Whitekirk [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1871, res. Stonelaws, William Whitecross 54 ag laborer Athelstaneford, Margaret 53 N Berwick, Jane 19 ag laborer Whitekirk [Scotland, 1871 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 1881, res. Canty Hall, Walter Herriot 28 ag laborer Bolton, Jane 27 Whitekirk, Maggie 3 Prestonkirk, John 5m Gladsmuir, fL William Whitecross wd 66 farm laborer Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1881 Census, Gladsmuir]
William Whitecross (1832-1888): m. Susan Jardine (c1833-1902)
  • 10 Feb. 1834, "Peter Whitecross and Margaret Manderson his wife had a son born the fourth of January one thousand eight hundred and thirty two, and Baptized in presence of the United Associate Congregation on the fast day appointed by the Presbytery of Haddington, and named William" [Scotland, North Berwick, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross 50 mason Y, Richard 20 mason Y, John 15 mason Y, William 9 Y, Elizabeth 16 Y, Janet McKenzie 22 Y [Elizabeth and Janet are reversed], Alexander 1 N [Scotland, 1841 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1851, res. Westgate, Peter Whitecross wd 63 mason N Berwick, Margaret 29 N Berwick, John 24 mason N Berwick, Willm 19 mason N Berwick, dau Elizabeth McKenzie wd 33 N Berwick, gs Alexander 11 Linlithgow [Scotland, 1851 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1858, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1859, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1860, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1861, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1861, res. 12 Shore St., William Whitecross 29 mason N Berwick, Susan 30 Lochmaben, Peter 2 N Berwick [Scotland, 1861 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1862, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1863, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1864, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1865, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1866, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1867, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1868, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1869, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1870, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 2 Sep. 1870, lot on north side of High Street, North Berwick; Peter Brodie, Richard Whitecross, & William Whitecross granted contract of ground annual to Trustees of late George Begbie of Oatfield [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1871, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1871, res. Back St., William Whitecross 39 mason N Berwick, Susan 41 Lochmaben, Peter 12 N Berwick, Robert 7 N Berwick, John 5 N Berwick, Catherine 2 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 8 Methven [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 13 Apr. 1871, lot on north side of High Street, North Berwick; disponed to said Peter Brodie, & to Thomas Robberds Woodrow of N Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 1872, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1873, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1874, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1875, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1876, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1877, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1879, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 10 July 1879, "Confirmation of Richard Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 1 March 1879, at North Berwick, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, William Whitecross, Builder, and Robert Lyle, Writer, all in North Berwick, Executors nominated in Will and Deed, dated 30 May 1877, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 7 July 1879. Value of Estate, £2,233, 6s. 9d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 1880, North Berwick, William Whitecross, builder, burgh elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1881, res. 22 Back St., William Whitecross 49 builder N Berwick, Susan 51 Lochmaben, Peter 21 joiner N Berwick, Robert 17 mason N Berwick, John 15 grocer N Berwick, Catherine 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, niece Catherine Young 18 Methven [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 12 Apr. 1882, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; Sir Hew Dalrymple granted charter to William Whitecross, over Vennel [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 15 Mar. 1882, "Confirmation of Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, County of Haddington, who died 18 April 1881, at Sea, on his Passage from Melbourne, Australia, to Scotland, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, North Berwick, and William Whitecross, Builder there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 23 October 1880, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 13 March 1882. Value of Estate, £804, 15s. 3d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 30 June 1888, "Confirmation of William Whitecross, Builder, Forth Street, North Berwick, who died 4 May 1888, at North Berwick, testate, granted at Haddington, to John Runciman Whitecross, Merchant, North Berwick, his brother, Rev. John D. Robertson, Minister, U.P. Church there, and Peter Fyshe, Farm Overseer, Wamphray there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 15 March 1887, and recorded with other Writs in Court Books of Commissariot of Haddington, 22 June 1888. Value of Estate, £2,588, 10s. 1½d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 6 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; notarial instrument to Trustees of late William Whitecross, builder in N Berwick [Scotland, North Berwick, Burgh Records]
  • 16 Oct. 1888, Melbourne Park, or east side of Vennel, North Berwick; disponed in security of £50 bond of annuity to Peter and Robert Whitecross's mother Susan Jardine [Scotland, North Berwick, Minute Book of Sasines]
  • 2 July 1890, "Inventory of William Whitecross, son of the late William Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, who died 19 May 1888, at North Berwick, intestate, given up at Haddington, by Peter Whitecross, Builder, North Berwick, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £726, 16s. 6d." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
  • 1891, res. Forth St., Susan Whitecross wd 58 Lochmaben, Peter 32 builder N Berwick, Robert 27 builder N Berwick, John 25 grocer N Berwick, C Stuart 22 N Berwick, niece Catharine Young 28 dom svt Methven [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 54 Forth St, Susan Whitecross 68 Lochmaben, Peter 41 builder N Berwick, Robert 37 builder N Berwick, John 35 grocer N Berwick, Catherine S 32 artist N Berwick, niece Kate Young 38 domestic Methven [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
William Whitecross (1843--): m. Catherine Allan (c1840--)
  • 1851, res. Ferrygate, Peter Whitecross 42 groom N Berwick, Helen 29 Linton, Allison 16 ag laborer Haddington, Peter 12 Dirleton, John 10 Dirleton, William 7 Dirleton, Thomas 6 Dirleton [Scotland, 1851 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1861, res. Stonelaws, Peter Whitecross 52 groom N Berwick, Helen 39 Prestonkirk, Alison 26 Haddington, William 18 ag laborer Dirleton, Thomas 15 ag laborer Dirleton, gs Peter 5m Whitekirk, gd Helen Burns 10 N Berwick, gd Frances 8 St Cuthberts, gd Elizabeth 7 St Cuthberts, dau Janet Barrie 28 Haddington, gd Helen 4 Glasgow, gs Samuel 1 Glasgow [Scotland, 1861 Census, Whitekirk]
  • 22 July 1865, marriage at Stonelaws of William Whitecross, railway laborer at Stonelaws, age 22, son of Peter Whitecross, farm servant, and deceased Helen Moncrief; and Catharine Allan, domestic servant of Stonelaws, age 26, daughter of Alexander Allan, coach driver, and deceased Susan Allan [Scotland, Whitekirk, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1871, res. Markle, William Whitecross 30 coachman Dirleton, Catherine 32 Edinburgh, Susan 5 Whitekirk, Helen 4 Markle, Peter 2 Markle, Catherine 5m Markle [Scotland, 1871 Census, Prestonkirk]
  • 23 Dec. 1874, death at Stevenson Mains of Jane Moncrieff Whitecross, age 2 years 4 months, daughter of William Whitecross, groom, and Catherine Allan, informant father W Whitecross [Scotland, Haddington, Death Registrations]
  • 1881, res. Wester Broomhouse, William Whitecross 39 ag laborer Dirleton, Catherine 40 Edinburgh, Susan 15 outworker Whitekirk, Helen 14 Prestonkirk, Peter 12 Prestonkirk, Catharine 10 Prestonkirk, William 6 Haddington [Scotland, 1881 Census, Spott]
  • 1891, res. Kingston, William Whitecross 49 ag laborer Dirleton, Catherine 51 Edinburgh, Peter 22 ag laborer Prestonkirk, Catherine 20 outworker Prestonkirk, William 16 ag laborer Haddington [Scotland, 1891 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1901, res. Old Stonelaws, William Whitecross 60 farm svt N Berwick, Catherine 62 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1901 Census, Whitekirk]
William Whitecross (1848-1922): m. Mary Burnett Howden (1852--)
  • 1851, res. West Craig, Peter Whitecross 25 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 28 N Berwick, William 2 Dirleton, George 5m N Berwick [Scotland, 1851 Census, East Lothian, North Berwick]
  • 1861, res. New Mains, Peter Whitecross 32 ploughman N Berwick, Margaret 33 Athelstaneford, William 13 ag laborer Dirleton, George 11 N Berwick, Peter 7 Prestonkirk, James 5 Athelstaneford, Richard 3 Athelstaneford, John 1 Athelstaneford [Scotland, 1861 Census, East Lothian, Athelstaneford]
  • 1871, res. Dirleton Mains, Peter Whitecross 47 farm svt N Berwick, Margaret 48 Athelstaneford, William 22 farm svt Dirleton, George 20 farm svt N Berwick, Peter 17 farm svt Prestonkirk, James 15 farm svt Athelstaneford, Richard 13 farm svt Athelstaneford, John 11 Athelstaneford, Janet 7 Athelstaneford, Margaret 4 Haddington [Scotland, 1871 Census, East Lothian, Dirleton]
  • 4 June 1875, marriage at Dirleton of William Whitecross, ploughman at Barneyhill, Dunbar, age 26, son of Peter Whitecross, ploughman, and Margaret Napier; and Mary Howden, cook at Dirleton, age 22, daughter of George Howden, railway porter, and Isabella Yorkston [Scotland, Dirleton, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1881, William Whitecross 31 ag laborer Dirleton, Mary 27 Dirleton [Scotland, 1881 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1891, William Whitecross 42 ag laborer Dirleton, Mary 38 Dirleton [Scotland, 1891 Census, Dirleton]
  • 1901, res. Ivy Bank, William Whitecross 52 coachman Dirleton, Mary 48 Dirleton, father Peter 74 ploughman N Berwick [Scotland, 1901 Census, Dirleton]
  • 7 Feb. 1908, death at 11:30 P.M. of Peter Whitecross, farm svt, age 79, widower of Margaret Napier, son of William Whitecross, deceased farm servant, and deceased Margaret Burnett, informant son W Whitecross [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
  • 24 Apr. 1922, death at 12 noon of William Whitecross, gardener, age 73, widower of Mary Howden, son of Peter Whitecross, deceased farm svt, and deceased Margaret Napier, informant nephew George Howden of Red Row, Dirleton [Scotland, Dirleton, Death Registrations]
William Whitecross (1855--): m. Isabella --- (c1853--)
  • 1861, res. 22 Pipe St, Portobello, Andrew Whitecross 42 telegraph officer Tranent, Charlotte 41 Duddingston, Catherine 14 Inveresk, Andrew 12 Inveresk, Adam 9 Duddingston, Frederick 7 Duddingston, William 5 Duddingston, George 4 Duddingston [Scotland, 1861 Census, Duddingston]
  • 1871, res. Jocks Lodge, William Whitecross 14 paper maker Portobello, brdr at William Russel [Scotland, 1871 Census, South Leith]
  • 1881, res. High St. Fisherrow, Rachel Whitecross wd 68 laundress Tranent, ldgr [nephew] William 26 engineman Duddingston, Isabella 27 Inveresk, Rachell 3 S Leith, Andrew 2 S Leith, Charlott 8m Inveresk [Scotland, 1881 Census, Inveresk]
  • 1891, res. Old Manse, Wm Whitecross 35 engine driver Midlothian, Isabella White 37 Musselburgh, Rachel 13 Edinburgh, Andrew 12 Edinburgh, Charlotte 8 Edinburgh, Isabella 6 Edinburgh, Johanna 4 Edinburgh, William 3 Edinburgh, Hugh 10m Restalrig [Scotland, 1891 Census, South Leith]
  • 1901, res. 7 Violet Bank, Canongate, William Whitecross 45 engineman Duddingston, Isabella 47 Inveresk, Andrew 21 stoker Edinburgh, Johanna 14 Edinburgh, William 12 Edinburgh [Scotland, 1901 Census, Edinburgh]