Margaret Steele

(circa 1818 - )
     Margaret Steele was born circa 1818 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire. She was the daughter of Peter Steele and Margaret Sutor.
     Margaret Steele married Samuel Emslie circa 1848. Young Sam's father was given as Leslie and William's as William. Margaret and Ann was listed as the daughter of Peter Steele in the 1851 census in Wartle, Rayne. Margaret Steele was listed as the sister-in-law of Alexander Innes in the 1861 census in Meiiklewartle, Rayne. Alexr Inness, 27, head, farmer of 10 acres, Catherine Johnston, 59, mother, Margaret Inness, sister, 22, domestic servant, Margaret Steele, sister in law, 43, housekeeper, Jane Emslie, 71, daughter of Alexr, scholar!, Samuel Emslie, 13, labourer, lodger, Peter Emslie, 9, son of Alexr, Alexr Emslie 5, son, Margaret Emslie, 2, daughter, all born at Rayne.
     Margaret Steele and William Emslie appeared on the 1871 census in Rayne. William Emslie 45, head, born Rayne, railway ...man, Margaret Steele, 53, sister in law, housekeeper, Alexander Emslie, 15, son, scholar, Margaret Emslie, 13, scholar, William 11 months, boarder, all born at Rayne.

Child of Margaret Steele and Samuel Emslie

Children of Margaret Steele and William Emslie

Ann Watt

(circa 1810 - 1869)
     Ann Watt was born circa 1810 in Bervie, Kincardineshire, Scotland.
     Ann Watt married Peter Emslie, son of Samuel Emslie and Elizabeth Jamieson, on 30 April 1850 in Cluny, Aberdeenshire. This couple are also listed as married 13 Jun 1850 in Aberdeen.
     Ann Watt and Peter Emslie were recorded on the 1851 census in West Lodge, Cluny. Peter Elmslie, 48, head, gamekeeper, born Premnay, with his wife Ann aged 36, born Bervie, Kincardine.
     Ann Watt and Peter Emslie appeared on the 1861 census in Auchoch, New Deer. Peter Elmslie, 60, head, born Tough, "Frapper verman", with his wife Ann 50, born Bervie, Kincardineshire and son Samuel 10 born Cluny.
     Ann died in 1869. She is probably the Ann Emslie aged 60 who died in 1869 at Inverness.

Children of Ann Watt and Peter Emslie

Samuel Emslie

(17 July 1851 - )
     Samuel Emslie was born on 17 July 1851 in Castle Fraser, Cluny, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of Peter Emslie and Ann Watt. Samuel Emslie was christened on 14 August 1851 in Cluny. Samuel was listed as the son of Peter Emslie in the 1861 census in Auchoch, New Deer. Peter Elmslie, 60, head, born Tough, "Frapper verman", with his wife Ann 50, born Bervie, Kincardineshire and son Samuel 10 born Cluny.
     Samuel Emslie married Jane Grant Calderhead in 1880 in Montrose, Angus.
     Samuel Emslie and Jane Grant Calderhead appeared on the 1881 census in Vale Cotage, Airth, Stirlingshire. Samuel Emslie, 29, railway clerk, born Cluny, Abd; wife Jane Grant, 25, born Morayshire.
     Samuel Emslie appeared on the 1891 census in Princes St, Thurso, Caithness. Samuel Emslie, aged 38, commercial traveller, born Cluny, Aberdeenshire was boarding with the Dock family..
     Samuel Emslie and Jane Grant Calderhead appeared on the 1901 census in Parkview Terrace, 4 Forfar Rd, St Andrew, Angus. Samuel Emslie, 49, fishing tackle maker born Cluny, Abd; wife Jane G, 45, born Lossiemouth, children Peter, 19, architect draughtsman, Annie 15, Fly dresser, Gertrude, 11, scholar (all 3 born at Alloa, Stirlingshire), Jessie, 9, born Stirling, Ann Calderhead, mother in law, widow, 81, annuitant, born Cromarty.