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STRACHAN, Andrew Minister of Dun, Reverend Mr
(About 1550-1622)
ARBUTHNOT, Christian
(About 1565-)
STRACHAN, John 'Rector' of Kincardine O'Neil Parish
(About 1565-)
HUNTER, Nanse
(1578-)
STRACHAN, Alexander Minister of Chapel of Garioch and Fetternear, Reverend Mr
(About 1595-Before 1677)
STRACHAN, Katherine
(About 1606-)
STRACHAN, Thomas in Arbeadie, Banchory
(About 1628-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. AILEHOUSE, Elspet

2. SCROGIE, Isobel
3. FIDDES, Barbara

STRACHAN, Thomas in Arbeadie, Banchory 1 2 3 4

  • Born: About 1628
  • Marriage (1): AILEHOUSE, Elspet
  • Marriage (2): SCROGIE, Isobel on 27 January 1673 in Banchory Ternan Parish, Kincardineshire, Scotland 1
  • Marriage (3): FIDDES, Barbara on 15 July 1675 in Banchory Ternan Parish, Kincardineshire, Scotland 1

   Other names for Thomas were STRACHANE, Thomas 2 and STRAGN, Thomas.1

  General Notes:

In the 1685 baptism entry in the parish register of Banchory Ternan for his son Thomas, Thomas Strachan was referred to as "Thomas Strachan in Aribeday."

  Research Notes:

ARIBEDAY

"BANCHORY-TERNAN, a parish, containing the small post-town of Banchory or Arbeadie, on the north border of Kincardineshire. It is bounded on the south by the parishes of Durris and Strachan; and on all other sides by Aberdeenshire. Its length is about 9 miles, and its breadth about the same. "

from the Genuki website

"Arbeadie" appears to have been used in naming the village, the Wood of Arbeadie, Arbeadie House, Arbeadie Cottage and modern avenues and streets. It is linked to the very foundation of Banchory Ternan itself, and St Ternan's Well:

"Archaeology Notes
NO79NW 5 7029 9566.
'An annual fair and a fountain in this parish still retain his (St. Ternan's) name'.
New Statistical Account (NSA) 1845.
'A small spring well on the east side of Arbeadie Cottage and on the track of the old turnpike road'.
Name Book 1864."

"Architecture Notes
NO79NW 76 70234 95683
Arbeadie village is not on the current OS mapsheet, it appears as part of Banchory. Arbeadie village is depicted to the W of Banchory on OS 1st Edition mapsheet (Kincardine, Sheet V, 1868-9). Information from RCAHMS (KD), February 2005."

from Canmore website

"Arbeadie is a lovely family home built of harled stone under a slate roof close to the centre of Banchory and within easy walking distance to the school.

The house is set in beautiful landscaped gardens with a southerly outlook. The original house was built in 1805 and has been extended, probably twice. The gardens formerly produced vegetables for the local greengrocer."

from RightMove website 4 5 6 7


Thomas married Elspet AILEHOUSE. (Elspet AILEHOUSE was born about 1635.)


Thomas next married Isobel SCROGIE on 27 January 1673 in Banchory Ternan Parish, Kincardineshire, Scotland.1 (Isobel SCROGIE was born about 1650.)


Thomas next married Barbara FIDDES on 15 July 1675 in Banchory Ternan Parish, Kincardineshire, Scotland.1 (Barbara FIDDES was born about 1653.)


Sources


1 LDS Family Search, IGI.

2 Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Saint Nicholas Parish Aberdeen Baptisms 1651.

3 Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Banchory Ternan Parish Kincardineshire Baptisms.

4 Internet Site, http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/sct/KCD/BanchoryTernan The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland, Edinburgh: A Fullerton & Co.

5 Internet Site, https://canmore.org.uk/site/270417/arbeadie.

6 Internet Site, https://canmore.org.uk/site/36690/st-ternans-well.

7 Internet Site, http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-26947186.html.


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