Andrew Meldrum

     Andrew Meldrum lived at Croughly, Kirkmichael, Banffshire. He was born in Scotland.

Child of Andrew Meldrum

Ann Murray

(circa 1821 - 13 March 1895)
     Ann Murray was born circa 1821 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. She was the daughter of Charles Murray, shoemaker. Some of her children's birth certificates state born Perthshire..
     Ann Murray lived at Dee Street, Aberdeen, June 1849.
     Ann Murray married Peter MacPherson, son of Alexander MacPherson and Anne Grant, on 25 June 1849 in the United Presbyterian church, St Nicholas Lane, Aberdeen. Peter McPherson, hat manufacturer, Banff, and Ann Murray, residing in Dee St in this parish signified their purpose of marriage by Mr Alex Crombie Elder and being thrice proclaimed, they were married on the 25th June 1849 by the Rev Henry Angus, Minister of the United Presbyterian Chuch, St Nicholas Lane, Aberdeen.
This marriage is also proclaimed in Banff, Banffshire on 23rd June 1849 Peter Mcpherson, formerly Farm Servant, now hat maker in Banff and Ann Murray in the parish of Old Machar, were contracted for the purpose of Marriage and afyrt public Proclamations in the Parish Church were married by the Revd. Henry? Angus Minr. of the United Prespyterian Church, Aberdeen on 25th June 1849. Below the entry there is an N.B. Farm Servant" was inserted afterwards at Mr McPherson's desire. Signed Alex. Smith, S.C..
     Ann Murray and Peter MacPherson arrived per "Catherine" on 26 May 1851 at Adelaide, South Australia. Peter (aged 31, labourer, Banff) and his wife Ann (aged 30) with their infant daughter Margaret. They departed Liverpool 9 Feb 1851 via Plymouth and arrived at Port Adelaide on Monday 26 May..
     Ann died on 13 March 1895 in Eddington, Victoria. She was buried on 15 March 1985 in the Presbyterian section, Eddington.

Children of Ann Murray and Peter MacPherson