Notices in the New York Times



October 14, 1861

Richardson-Porter, at St. Johnís Cathedral, Hong Kong, China on Tuesday, August 6th, 1861. Thomas W. Richardson of Edinburgh, Scotland and Ellen M. Porter of Brooklyn, New York.


July 21, 1862

Brown, Marianne Mackenzie, In Toronto, Upper Canada, on Friday, July 18, 1862, wife of Peter Brown, esq., formerly of Edinburgh, Scotland.


July 12, 1865

Fraser, Catherine A., on Saturday, July 8, 1865 at 3 pm, at no. 363 West 34th Street after a long and painful illness. Wife of John Fraser and youngest daughter of Robert Strachan, of Edinburgh, Scotland.


July 27, 1865

Gow, Peter M., a native of Scotland. Funeral at his brotherís residence, no. 305, West 33rd Street, on Thursday, July 27th. Edinburgh and Glasgow papers please copy.


December 7, 1865

Nicholson, in Brooklyn E.D., on Wednesday, December 6, Mary Fawcett Nicholson, of Edinburgh, Scotland in her 71st year


September 30, 1879

Dudgeon-Greenman, on the 27th of September at Trinity Church, Buffalo, Mr. William Dudgeon of Edinburgh, Scotland to Fanny Ellsworth of Buffalo, New York.


April 29, 1880

Hart, George, in Brooklyn on April 27th, 1880 of Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 73


June 6, 1883

Baillie-Sterling. At Bridgeton, Connecticut on the 4th of June at the residence of the mother of the bride. William E. Baillie of Edinburgh, Scotland to Gertrude M., elder daughter of the late Hon. Daniel H. Sterling.


November 11, 1884

Mrs. John D. Dalziel, a wealthy widow, of Edinburgh, Scotland made application to Dr. Nagle, Register of Records, yesterday for a permit to convey the remains of her son, George, aged 18, to the steamship on which she proposes to sail tomorrow for home with the body of her son. Mrs. Dalziel said that George was her only son and heir. They had been making a tour around the world, and on October 30, while at Wawona, Mariposa County, Cal., her son died of typhoid-pneumonia. The heartbroken mother had the body of her son embalmed, and brought it to this city. The desired permit was granted.


May 5, 1885

Ricalton-Campbell. Saturday, April 25, 1885 at Maplewood, N.J.. James Ricalton to Barbara Campbell of Edinburgh, Scotland.


June 10, 1897

Pentland-Flagg. Miss Clara Estelle Flagg daughter of the late Charles H. Flagg and Arthur Deans Pentland of Edinburgh, Scotland were married last evening. Mr. & Mrs. Pentland will reside at 71st West 85th Street.


September 12, 1897

Ivory-Wyckoff. On Tuesday, September 7, 1897 at All Saints Church, Vevey, Switzerland, by the Rev. G. Akehurst. James Ivory of Edinburgh, Scotland, to Florence Theodora, youngest daughter of W. S. Wyckoff, of New York.


May 16, 1901

David Drummond Nicholson, for nearly 55 years resident of the Eastern District, died yesterday at his home at 225 South Ninth Street, Williamsburg. After a short illness. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1832 and at the age of 14 came to America. A widow, seven sons and a daughter survive him.