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Old 21st January 2014, 04:14
David T McKay David T McKay is offline
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One of the John MacKays maybe my great x 3 grandfather

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Sorry I have made a mistake. There is an Alexander Mackay in Newlands, parish of Farr, in 1811.

Hi,

I have just checked the 1811 parish of Farr census and for the village of Newlands it only lists the following heads of households:

1. Eldy ? Mackay
2. Anne MacDonald
3. Niel Mackay
4. James Gunn
5. John Mackay
6. William MacDonald
7. John Mackay
8. Margaret MacDonald
9. Alexander Mackay
10. Malcolm Mackay

The only other thing it lists is how many males and females were in each of the above people's house holds and whether the family was chiefly employed in agriculture or trade.
Could you send me the information in the 1811 Census for each John Mackay. The are two of them in your list.

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David McKay
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Old 2nd March 2014, 18:37
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Could you send me the information in the 1811 Census for each John Mackay. The are two of them in your list.

Thank You

David McKay
Hi David, I apologise for the late reply, I do not visit this site very often. The information is as follows:

The first John Mackay living in Newlands, his family inhabited one house, his family was chiefly employed in agriculture, he had three males in his house (not including himself) and two females. Six people in total.

The second John Mackay in Newlands, his family inhabited one house, his family was chiefly employed in agriculture, he had two males in his house (not including himself) and four females Seven people in total.

That is all the census says. Sometimes if you find the parish birth records for the children you can match up the number of males and females.

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