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Death Notices from the Wigtownshire Free Press

Transcribed by Diana Henry and Compiled by Randy Chapple
Web Update: February 2006

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M'CAA, Anthony - D7/1/1878 - At Kirkcowan, on the 7th inst., Anthony M'Caa, aged 75 years.

M'CAA, Elizabeth - D17/9/1844 - At Markbrooms, Old Luce, on Tuesday last, Elizabeth M'Caa, after a severe and lingering illness.

M'CAA, Jean - D19/3/1847 - At Gatehouse, on the 19th instant, after short confinement, Jean, daughter of the late Thomas McCaa, spirit merchant, there, and the last of his family.

M'CAIG/NEILSON, Agnes - D21/8/1847 - At Kilhilt, parish of Portpatrick, on the 21st instant, Agnes Neilson, spouse of Mr John McCaig, farmer there, aged 62.

M'CAIG, David - D25/10/1846 - At the Village of Crocketford, on the 25th ult., David M'Caig, advanced in years, grocer and postmaster there - much respected.

M’CAIG/DOUGLAS, Isabella B. - D13/6/1850 - At George St., here on the 13th instant, Isabella B. Douglas, wife of Thomas M'Caig, Esq., of the British Linen Bank.

M’CAIG, Mrs. James - At Beoch, parish of Inch, on the 25th inst., Mrs James M'Caig, aged 70 years, with Christian resignation who bore a severe illness for the long period of 30 years.

McCAIG, James - D25/3/1844 - At Crocketford, on the 25th inst., James, son of Mr David McCaig, postmaster there.

M'CAIG, James Watson - D12/6/1843 - At Thornhill, on the 12th inst., James Watson M'Caig, aged 7 years.

M'CAIG, Jane Douglas - D12/7/1846 - Here, at George Street, on the 12th inst,. Jane Douglas, infant daughter of Mr T. M'Caig, of the British Lin. Bank.

M’CAIG, Janet - D22/12/1855 - At Kildonnan, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 22nd ult., Janet, daughter of Mr James M'Caig.

M’CAIG, John - D15/11/1883 - At Nether-Shiel, Mid-Calder, on the 15th inst., of bronchitis, John, son of James and Jessie M'Caig, Barnultoch, aged 5 months.

M'CAIG, John - D30/7/1887 - At Spring Bank, Prestwick, Ayrshire, on the 30th ult., John M'Caig, baker, late of Newton-Stewart, aged 82 years.

McCAIG/MUIR, Margaret - D13/3/1861 - At Galdenoch, on the 13th inst., Margaret McCaig wife of Mr John Muir, farmer there, aged 88 years. . .....a protracted illness which she bore with Christian resignation and patience - she was much respected by .......... circle of friends and acquaintances, and the loss.........felt by many.

M'CAIG, Robert - D25/3/1844 - At Crocketford, on the 25th ult., James, son of Mr Robert M'Caig, postmaster there.

M’CAIGGAN, Wm. - D 23/2/1874 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 23d ult., Mr Wm. M'Caiggan, aged 29 years.

M’CALL/WALLACE, Bessie - D13/12/1873 - Here at Bellevilla House, on the 13th inst. (Bessie) Wallace, relict of James M'Call Esq., Lewis Street.

M'CALL, John - D21/1/1845 - At Girvan, on the 21st inst., Mr John M'Call, aged 83, a native of Glasgow.

M'CALL/LORIMER, Margaret - D12/5/1847 - At Crawick Mill, near Sanquhar, on Wednesday, the 12th inst., Margaret Lorimer, wife of Jas. M'Call, Esq., managing partner, of the Crawick Mill Carpet Company - much regretted.

M’CALL/JAMISON, Mary - D24/1/1855 - At Cumloden Lodge, on the 24th inst. Mary M'Call relict of the late Mr Alexander Jam(ison), m(------) aged 61 years. Friends in Kirkmaiden will please accept of this intimation.

M’CALLIE/HAMILTON, Jane - D5/4/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 5th inst., suddenly, Jane M'Callie, relict of James Hamilton, mariner, aged 56 years - much respected.

M’CALLUM/ADAIR, Annie - D26/10/1888 - Here at 39 Sheuchan Street, on the 26th ult., Annie Adair, wife of Peter M'Callum, stone-cutter, Greenock, aged 40 years.

M'CALLUM, Robert - D13/2/1844 - At Stronquhan, parish of Dunscore, on the 13th inst., Robert, third son of Mr Wm. M'Callum, aged 15 years, after a short but severe illness.

M’CAMON, Mrs. - D3/7/1855 - At Beoch, Inch, on the 3d inst., Mrs M'Camon, late of Kirkmabrick.

M’CAMON, Elizabeth - D21/2/1845 - At Glenluce, on the 21st inst., Miss Elizabeth M'Camon, aged 49, much and justly regretted.

M'CANDLISH, Infant Male - D6/4/1847 - At Wigtown, on the 6th instant, the infant son of Mr Alexander M'Candlish, flesher.

M'CANDLISH, Grace - D3/12/19844 - At Townhead of Kirkcudbright, on the 3d inst., Grace, sister of Mr M'Candlish, farmer there.

M'CANDLISH, Grace - D4/9/1875 - At Whithorn,on the (4th) instant, Grace, daughter of the late Mr Peter M'Candlish, aged (69) years. (Grace died Sept 4, age 60 as per Meg)

M'CANDLISH/MAR?IN, Helen - D6/12/1845 - At Gelston, near Castle Douglas, on the 6th inst., after long trouble, Helen Mar?in M'Candlish, - much regretted.

M'CANDLISH/THOMSON, Janet - D5/11/1846 - At Greenhead, New Galloway, on the 5th inst., after a protracted illness of seven years, which she bore with Christian meekness and resignation, Janet Thomson, aged 69 years, wife of Mr William M'Candlish, architect there.

M’CANDLISH/M'KENNA, Jessie - D16/2/1873 - At Wigtown, on the 16th ult., Elizabeth M'Candlish, wife of Mr James M'Kenna, flesher, aged 54 years.

M’CANDLISH/SLOAN, Margaret - D4/1/1881 - At 14 Napier Street, Everton, Liverpool, on the 4th inst, Margaret M'Candlish, relict of Mr William Sloan, draper, and daughter of the late Mr M'Candlish, Portyerrock, Wigtownshire.

M'CANDLISH, Robert - D12/6/1887 - At 315 Paisley Road, Glasgow, on the 12th inst., Robert, youngest son of R. M'Candlish, aged one year.

M'CANDLISH, Robina - D16/10/1847 - At Wigtown, on the 16th inst., Mrs Robina M'Candlish, candle-maker, aged 83 years.

M’CANDLISH/AGNEW, Robina - D3/4/1863 - At Girvan, on the 3d inst., Robina M'Candlish, aged 28 years, wife of Mr Andrew Agnew, boot and shoemaker.

M’CANDLISH, Wm. - D6/12/1883 - Here, at Forsland Place, Sheuchan Street, on the 6th inst. Wm. M'Candlish, advanced in years.

M’CARLIE, Ann - in WFP D26/7/1855 - At Barnhill, Old Luce, Ann M'Carlie aged 84 years.

M'CARLIE, Euphemia - D1/7/1887 - At Pularyean, New Luce, on the 1st inst., Euphemia M'Carlie, advanced in years.

M’CARLIE, Hugh - D17/10/1855 - At Campbell's croft, Old Luce, on the 17th inst., Hugh M'Carlie, saddler, aged 24 years.

M'CARLIE, John - D20/7/1843 - Here, at St. John's Street, this morning, John, aged 18 years, son of Mr Thomas M'Carlie, tailor.

M’CARLIE, Thomas - D20/4/1843 - Here, at St John Street, on the 20th ult., Mrs Thomas M'Carlie.

M’CARMICH, Jessie - D4/6/1869 - At Pulcree, near Gatehouse, on the 4th inst., Jessie third daughter of Mr A. M'Carmich, Pulcree, aged 27 months.

M'CARMICK, Jessie - D8/11/1847 - At Port William, on the 8th inst., Jessie M'Carmick, youngest daughter of Mr James M'Carmick, surgeon.

M'CARTNEY, Daniel - M26/7/1846 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 26th inst., Mary, aged 33 years, youngest daughter of Mr Daniel M'Cartney, ship master.

M'CARTNEY, James - D10/1/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 10th inst., very suddenly, aged 88 years, Mr James M'Cartney, brother of the late Alex. M'Cartney, Esq., manager of the commercial Bank of Scotland.

M'CARTNEY, James - D21/3/1846 - At Newton-Stewart, on the morning of the 21st inst., Mr James M'Cartney, shipowner and merchant, aged 36.

M'CARTNEY, James - D12/2/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 12th inst., James M'Cartney, aged 82.

M'CARTNEY, Janet - D9/8/1847 - At Castle Douglas, on the 9th instant, Janet M'Cartney, aged 100 years. The deceased entered her 101st year on the 2d of June last.

M'CARTNEY, John - D7/6/1847 - At Hall of Auchencairn, parish of Rerwick, on the 7th instant, in the middle of life, Mr John M'Cartney, farmer.

M’CARTNEY/GORDON, Margaret - D9/3/1843 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 9th inst., Margaret M'Cartney, wife of Mr Alex. Gordon, printer, aged 69 years.

M’CARTNEY, Mary - D8/12/1882 - At 51 Arthur Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 8th inst., Mary M'Cartney, aged 84 years.

M’CARTNEY, Maryann - D19/1/1867 - At 13 Dalrymple Street, on the 19th instant, Maryann M'Cartney, aged 55 years, wife of Mr James Kyle, farmer.

M’CARTNEY, Samuel Jr. - D12/11/1891 - At King Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 12th ult., Samuel, infant son of Samuel M'Cartney, aged 1 month.

M’CAS, David - D30/3/1844 - Same place (At Dalmellington) on the 30th ult., Mr David M'Cas, shoemaker, aged 25 years.

M'CAUL, Mrs - D4/11/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 4th inst., Mrs M'Caul.

M'CAUL, Anthony - D21/12/1846 - At Borrowmoss, near Wigtown, on the 21st inst., Mr Anthony M'Caul, farmer, advanced in years.

M'CAUL, Elizabeth - D30/4/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 30th ult., Miss Elizabeth M'Caul, eldest daughter of the late Samuel M'Caul, Esq., Kirkcudbright.

M’CAUL/M’COLM, Elizabeth - D18/3/1861 - At Castlemoor, Kirkmaiden, on the 18th inst., Elizabeth M'Caul, wife of Mr Alex. M'Colm, aged 63 years.

M’CAUL/STEWART, Margaret - D12/6/1847 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 12th instant, Mrs Margaret M'Caul, wife of Mr William Stewart - deeply regretted.

McCAW, John - D13/11/1867 - At Bridge Mill, Glenluce, on the 13th inst., Mr John McCaw, aged 20 years. (Glenluce entry #39 as per Meg)

M'CAW, William - D16/3/1843 - At the residence of John Fergusson, Esq., Port Louis, Mauritius, on the 16th March last, William M'Caw, Esq., M.D., in the 28th year of his age. Dr M'Caw was a native of Carrick, Aryshire, and bore a very high character as well privately as professionally.

M'CHEYNE, John - D11/11/1843 - at Moniaive, on the 11th inst., Mr John M'Cheyne, gardener, aged 71. - Same place, on the 13th inst., Mrs Agnes Frazer, advanced in life.

M’CHEYNE, R. Murray - D25/3/1843 - At Dundee, on the 25th ult., the Rev. R.Murray M'Cheyne, of St. Peter's parish, Dundee.

M'CHLEARY, Mrs. - D17/9/1843 - At Portpatrick, on the 17th ult., after a lingering illness, Mrs M'Chleary, aged 59 years.

M'CHLEARY, John - D28/2/1843 - At Portpatrick, on Tuesday, the 28th ult., Mr John M'Chleary, late of Mount Pleasant, near Stranraer.

M’CHLEARY/THOMSON, Susan - D18/4/1867 - At Auchneel, parish of Leswalt, on the 18th instant, Susan M'Chleary, aged 70 years, relict of the late Mr Alex. Thomson.

M'CHLERY, Andrew - in the WFP D3/3/1864 - At sea, on the passage to Bombay, from the effect of an accident, Mr Andrew M'Chlery, chief mate of the ship Myrtle of Glasgow, eldest son of Capt. M'Chlery of the S.S. Princess Royal, Glasgow.

M'CHLERY/PATERSON, Jane - D16/9/1847 - At Stoneykirk, on the 16th inst, aged 63, Jane Paterson, relict of the late Mr William M'Chlery, formerly of Eldrig.

M'CHLERY/ESSERY, Mary Ann - D6/12/1877 - At Killimore, on the 6th inst., Mry Ann Es---y, wife of (James) M'Chlery, aged 74 years. (Essery as per Ann Milroy)

M’CHLERY/CAMPBELL, Mary Ann - D14/1/1884 - At 2, Havelock Terrace, Paisley Road, Glasgow, on the 14th inst. (very suddenly) Mary Ann Campbell, aged 62 years, relict of Captain John M'Chlery.

M'CHLERY, Robert - D(28?)/1/1845 - At Borland, Glenluce, on the (28?) instant, Mr Robert M'Chlery, aged 72.

McCHLERY, Susan - D3/7/1845 - At Borland, Glenluce, on the 3d inst., Susan M'Chlery, advanced in years.

M’(L)EAN, Rev. - D30/11/1858 - At Garliestown, on the 30th ult., the Rev. Mr M'(L)ean, formerly of Glasgow, advanced in years.

M'CLATCHIE, Mrs - D27/11/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 27th ult., Mrs M'Clatchie, at an advanced age.

M'CLATCHIE, Jas. - D29/8/1846 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 29th ult., Jas. M'Clatchie, aged 29 years. The deceased was a young man of excellent moral character, and good mental endowments.

M’CLEAN, Ann Jane - D14/1/1861 - At St. John Street, here, on the 14th inst., Ann Jane M'Clean, aged 60 years.

M'CLEAN, David - D20/10/1845 - At Killantringan, parish of Portpatrick, on the 20th inst., Mr David M'Clean.

M’CLEAN, Helen - D15/4/1843 - Here, on the 15th inst., Miss Helen M'Clean, aged 78 years.

M'CLEAN, James - D15/3/1847 - At Auchneel, on the 15th inst., Mr James M'Clean, aged 68 years.

MACLEAN, James - D2/8/1865 - Here, at Bellevilla, on the 2nd inst,. James aged 19 years, eldest son of Peter Maclean, Esq., of Duchra.

M’CLEAN/COX, Jane - D21/4/1852 - On the 21st April at Peruvian Vale, Clinton, Upper Canada, Jane, the wife of John M'Clean, Esq., and daughter of Captain John George Cox, of the British Army.

M'CLEAN, John - D22/12/1844 - At Glenluce, on Sabbath last, John M'Clean, advanced in years. For some time he was engaged in the Spanish wars, and was present at the severe conflict in Saragossa.

M'CLEAN, John - D1/5/1846 - Here, on the morning of the 1st instant, Mr John M'Clean, who for more than forty years discharged the duties of Pro-Collector of the customs at this port, with fidelity to the Crown, and with great satisfaction to the public. He was 73 years of age, and carried with him the affectionate regard of his brother officers, and the respect and esteem of all with whom he had intercourse.

M'CLEAN, Margaret - D9/10/1843 -Here, on the 9th inst., Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr William M'Clean, merchant here.

M'CLEAVE, Alex. - D26/5/1843 - At Glasgow, on the 26th ult., after a short illness, Mr Alex. M'Cleave, manufacturer, in his 38th year. He was a native of Kirkcudbright, and was much esteemed by his numerous friends there and in Glasgow.

M'CLEAVE, John - D4/10/1845 - At Fleet Street, Gatehouse, on the 4th inst., in the 76th year of his age, John M'Cleave, mason and slater there, and a very old member of St. Stephen's Lodge.

M’CLELLAN, Elizabeth - D13/1/1864 - At Crous, Old Luce, on the 13th ultimo, Elizabeth M'Clellan, aged 58 years.

M'CLELLAN/LEARMONT, Jean - D27/12/1846 - At Castle of Park, near Glenluce, on the 27th instant, Jean M'Clellan or Learmont, far advanced in years.

M'CLELLAN, John - D16/5/1843 - At Graystone Cottage, parish of Girthon, on the 16th inst., at the venerable age of 83 years, Mr John M'Clellan, formerly farmer at Halfmerk.

M'CLELLAND, ????? - D2/10/1843 - Here, at King Street, on the 2d inst., the youngest son of Mr M'Clelland, baker.

M'CLELLAND/DAVIDSON, Agnes - D27/10/1847 - At Corrary, parish of Colmonell, on the 27th ult., Agnes Davidson, wife of Mr Alexander M'Clelland, farmer there.

 

M’CLELLAND, Alexander - D2/11/1855 - AT Gatehouse-of -Fleet, on the 2d (instant) Mr Alexander M'Clelland, aged 67 years----------------------------and tenant in Greystane.

M'CLELLAND, Mrs Andrew - D9/4/1855 - At Glenluce, on the 9th inst., Mrs M'Clelland, relict of Andrew M'Clelland, late joiner, Glenluce.

M'CLELLAND, Christina - D8/4/1846 - At Balfern, Kirkinner, by Wigtown, on the 8th inst, Christina M'Clelland, being the fifth and last daughter of Robert M'Clelland, Esq., who has died there in less than 18 months. Their average ages may be computed at 23 years.

M'CLELLAND, Eliza - D17/11/1844 - At High Balfern, Kirkinner, on the 17th curt., Eliza, third daughter of Mr Robert M'Clelland. (Entered both on 21/11/44 and 28/11/44)

M'CLELLAND, Ellen - D13/6/1845 - At High Balfern, on the 13th instant, Ellen, youngest daughter of Robert M'Clelland, Esq., farmer there.

M'CLELLAND, Janet - D23/4/1871 - At Torhouse, on the 23d ult., Janet M'Clelland, aged 82 years.

M'CLELLAND, Jessie - D10/9/1845 - At Edinburgh, on the 10th inst., Jessie, fourth daughter of Robert M'Clelland, Esq., High Balfern, Wigtownshire.

M'CLELLAND, Margaret - D6/10/1845 - At Edinburgh, on the 6th instant, Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert M'Clelland, Esq., High Balfern, by Wigtown.

M’CLELLAND, Samuel - in WFP D15/2/1855 - At Newton- Stewart after a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation, Samuel M'Clelland, aged 27 years.

M'CLELLAND, Thomas Jr. - D18/12/1846 - At 16, Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, on the 18th inst., Mr Thomas M'Clelland, junior, of Bladnoch.

M’CLELLAND, Thomas - D26/5/1847 - At Cundry, parish of Colmonell, on the 26th ult., Mr Thomas M'Clelland, farmer, aged 62 years.

M'CLEMENT, John - D11/1/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 11th inst., after a protracted illness, Mr John M'Clement, aged 52 years, of the Black Horse Inn. (inserted January 12, 1843)

M'CLEMENT, John - D11/1/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 11th inst., Mr John M'Clement, landlord of the Black Bull Inn, who was much respected. (inserted January 19, 1843)

M’CLERNEY/M’GENN, Agnes - D27/12/1882 - At Hillhead, Culmalzie, on the 27th ult., Agnes M'Clerney, relict of Danial M'Genn, aged 71 years.

M'CLEW, Mrs - D23/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 23d ultimo, Mrs M'Clew, after a short illness.

M’CLEW, Marion - D19/1847 - At Glenluce, on the 19th instant, Marion M'Clew, aged 23.

M'CLEW, Mary - D15/11/1845 - At Portpatrick, suddenly, on the 15th inst, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr David M'Clew, aged 17 years.

M'CLEW/HANNAY, Minie - D23/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 23d instant, aged 52, Minie Hannay, wife of Mr David M'Clew, saddler - deeply regretted.

M'CLEW, Wm. - D9/11/1846 - At Glenluce, on the 9th inst., after a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation, Mr Wm. M'Clew, aged 21 years. He was very highly respected and very deeply regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.

M'CLOWNIE, John jr. - D23/12/1842 - At Maxwelltown House, Glencairn, on the 23d ult., John M'Clownie, junior, aged 27 years.

M’CLOY/FOSTER, Mary - D3/6/1860 - At same place (Stewarton, Kirkolm), on the 3d inst., Mary M'Cloy, wife of Mr John Foster, tailor.

M'CLUMPHA, John - D6/8/1887 - At Whithorn, on the 6th inst., Mr John M'Clumpha, aged 78 years.

McCLUMPHA, Private Matthew Nelson - D30/12/1915 - Killed in action on 30th December, (on service with Mediterranean Expeditionary force), Private Matthew Nelson M'Clumpha, 5th R.S.F., beloved husband of Isabella Fleming, and youngest son of William M'Clumpha, Glebe Cottage, Stoneykirk, aged 22 years. - (Inserted by his Widow.)

McCLUMPHA, Private Matthew Nelson - D30/12/1915 - Killed in action at Dardanelles, on 30th December, 1915, Private Matthew Nelson, aged 22 years, youngest and dearly beloved son of William and Annie M'Clumpha, Glebe Cottage, Stoneykirk. - (Inserted by his Parents.)

M’CLUMPHA, Peter - D21/12/1873 - At Bladnoch, on the 21st inst. Mr Peter M'Clumpha, innkeeper there, aged 44 years.

M'CLURE, Mrs - D22/5/1843 - At Barsalloch, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 22nd inst (ult), Mrs M'Clure, aged 80 years. (Inserted June 1, 1843, must be ult)

M’CLURE/M’LELLAN, Agnes - D17/2/1843 - At Hinton, parish of Anwoth, on the 17th ult., at the advanced age of four score and ten years, Agnes M'Clure, mother of Mr Andrew M'Lellan, tanner.

M('LURE), Agnew - D11/9/1875 - At Whithorn, on the 11th inst., Mr Agnew M('lure). (Listed as McCLURE, age 84 as per Meg)

M'CLURE, Alex - D27/1/1845 - At Gatehouse, on the 27th ult., aged 80 years, Mr Alex. M'Clure, who for nearly the whole of that lengthened period resided in the parish of Girthon, where he was born.

M'CLURE, Alexander - D5/5/1870 - At Home Farm, Galloway House, on the 5th curt., Mr Alexander M'Clure, aged 21 years, son of Mr M'Clure. Deceased was most amiable and affectionate. He bore his protracted illness with Christian patience and died in the hope of a glorious resurrection.

MaCLURE, Alexander - D26/3/1874 - At Barvennan, Newton-Stewart, on the 26th ult. Mr Alexander MaClure, aged 18.

MACLURE, Anna - D5/9/1844 - At New Harmony, Indiana, on the 5th September, last, Miss Anna Maclure.

MACLURE/MURRAY, Annabella - D11/8/1852 - At Kirklands, Maybole, on the 11th inst., Annabella Maclure, relict of Mr John Murray.

M’CLURE/M'CONNEL, Barbara - D13/12/1843 - Suddenly at Glasnick, parish of Penninghame, on the 13th inst., Barbara M'Clure, aged 69 years, relict of Mr William M'Connel, farmer and cattle dealer, there.

M'CLURE/ M'NEIL, Elizabeth - D5/4/1847 - At Gatehouse, on the 31st ultimo, Mr John M'Taggart, weaver, aged 75 years. On the 3d instant, aged 43 years, Elizabeth Martin, spouse of Mr Wm. Graham, tailor. On the same night, very suddenly, Catherine Gordon, wife of Mr Wm. Lees, grocer, aged 50; and on the 5th instant, Elisabeth M'Neil, relict of James M'Clure, weaver, aged 66 years.

M'CLURE, Elizabeth - D4/3/1878 - At Main Street, Portpatrick, on the 4th inst., Elizabeth M'Clure relict of Mr Hugh M'Clure, late of Killintringan, aged 78 years.

M'CLURE, Hugh - D2/6/1845 - At Glenluce, on the 2d instant, Hugh M'Clure, advanced in years.

M’CLURE/M'WHINNIE, Janet - D5/8/1852 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 5th instant, Mrs Janet M'Clure, aged 80 years, widow of Mr M'Whinnie, grocer.

M’CLURE, John - D24/7/1845 - At Gateside, parish of Dumfries, on the 24th curt., Mr John M'Clure.

M’CLURE, John - D26/5/1847 - At Fleet Street, Gatehouse, on the 26th inst., suddenly, Bailie John M'Clure, aged 86 years.

M'CLURE, John - D10/5/1863 - At Beverley, Co. Wentworth. Canada West, on the 10th May, John M'Clure, formerly of Artfield, Glenluce.

M’CLURE/KELTON, Margaret - in the WFP D 26/3/1863 - At Logan Mills, on the -- inst., Margaret M'Clure, the beloved wife of Mr W. Kelton, miller and farmer there, and only daughter of Mr Thomas M'Clure, Master of Works on Logan Estate aged 24 years. - Much and justly regretted.

M'CLURE, Peter - D25/5/1843 - At Artfield, parish of New Luce, on the 25th ult., Mr Peter M'Clure, aged 73 years.

MaCLURE, William - D?/8/1845 - At St Louis, M.O., U.S., about the beginning of last month, aged 8 months, William, third son and last surviving child of Mr William Maclure, formerly cattle-dealer in Derry, parish of Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire.

M’CLURE, William - D30/12/1855 - At Artfield, parish of New Luce, on the 30th ult., Mr William M'Clure, farmer there, aged 76 years - much regretted.

M’CLUSKIE, John - D6/11/1891 - At Drongan, on the 6th ult., (the result of an accident) John M'Cluskie, beloved husband of Maggie Mangles, aged 31 years - Deeply regretted.

M'CLUSKIE, Patrick - D7/3/1878 - At Dargoals, Glenluce, on the 7th inst., Patrick M'Cluskie, blacksmith, aged 65 years.

M,CLYMONT, Grace - D10/10/1846 - At Slagnaw, in the parish of Kelton, on the 10th inst., aged 8 years, Grace, third daughter of Mr William M'Clymont, farmer, there.

M'CLYMONT, Dr John - D31/7/1847 -At Bankfield, Glenluce, on the 31st ultimo, after a few days illness, Dr. M'Clymont, in the 47th year of his age. The inhabitants of Glenluce and surrounding districts, amongst whom, for 21 years, he skillfully practised his arduous profession, will severely feel his loss. His relatives and intimate acquaintances are deprived of a much attached friend: and all classes, but especially the poor, will regret him as one whose benevolence they often experienced. (Dr. John McClymont as per the 1841 census)

M'CLYMONT, Mrs - D21/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 21st ultimo, Mrs M'Clymont, late of Bankfield.

M'CLYMONT, Agnes - in the WFP D4/12/1845 - At Corriefecklock, parish of Minnigaff, Agnes, daughter of Mr John M'Clymont, farmer there, aged 16.

M’CLYMONT/REID, Agnes - D9/12/1891 - At Glenluce, on the 9th inst. Agnes M'Clymont, wife of John Reid, late farmer, Kildarroch, Kirkinner.

M’CLYMONT, Alexander - D22/7/1855 - At Newton Stewart, on the 22d ult., of consumption Mr Alexander M'Clymont, tailor , a young man whose early death is much regretted.

MacCLYMONT, Alexander - D22/2/1874 - Here, at King Street, on the 22nd inst., Alexander MacClymont, Esq..

M’CLYMONT/KELLY, Barbara - D30/1/1866 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 30th ultimo, Barbara M'Clymont, relict of the late Mr William Kelly, Black Bull Inn, aged 82 years.

M'CLYMONT, David Clark - D16/3/1847 - At Newton Stewart, on the 16th inst., David Clark infant son of Mr Hugh M'Clymont, tailor.

M’CLYMONT, Elizabeth - D22/5/1844 - At Wigtown, on the 22d ultimo, Elizabeth M'Clymont, aged 80 years.

M'CLYMONT/M'WILLIAM, Elizabeth - D21/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 21st instant, aged 62, Elizabeth M'William, relict of the late Mr John M'Clymont, farmer, Bankfield. She was a woman highly respected, and deeply regretted by all that had the pleasure of her acquaintance.

M’CLYMONT, Ethel - D19/12/1882 - At 61 St. Michael Street, Dumfries, on the 19th inst., Ethel, second daughter of Robert M'Clymont, aged 4(-) years.

M’CLYMONT, Gilbert - D16/4/1889 - At Drumbeg, Kirkcowan, on the 16th inst., Gilbert ("Wee Gibbie"), eldest son of William M'Clymont, aged 10 years and 11 months - Much regretted.

M’CLYMONT, Hugh - D6/4/1845 - At Newton Stewart, on the 6th inst., Henry, aged 20 months, son of Mr Hugh M'Clymont, tailor.

MacCLYMONT, Mrs James - D28/11/1855 - At King Street, Stranraer, on the 28th inst., Mrs James MacClymont, aged 72.

M'CLYMONT, James - D11/9/1875 - At Ardwell Lodge, on the 11th instant, James, son of the late Peter M'Clymont, gamekeeper.

M’CLYMONT, Jane - D24/4/1845 - At Corriefeckleigh, Minnigaff, on the24th ult., Jane, second daughter of Mr John M'Clymont, farmer there.

M'CLYMONT/DOUGAN, Jane - D28/1/1869 - At Glenluce, on the 28th ult., Jane Dougan, relict of the late Peter M'Clymont, merchant, Glenluce, aged 91 years.

M’CLYMONT/McCORNACK, Janet - D29/10/1860 - At Copley Knox County, Illinois, (America), on the 29th October last, aged 87 years, Janet M'Clymont, relict of Mr Andrew McCornack, late tenant of Barwinnock and Balushoin (Balnahoin), Colmonell, Ayrshire.

M'CLYMONT, John - D30/10/1844 - At Bankfield, Glenluce, on the 30th inst, Mr John M'Clymont, farmer, - much regretted by his friends and neighbours.

M’CLYMONT/M’GEOCH, Mary - D20/3/1861 - At Mark of Shennanton, Kirkcowan, on the 20th inst. Mary M'Geoch, relict of Mr James M'Clymont, farmer of Strone, Minnigaff, in the 91st year of her age.

M’CLYMONT, Peter - D4/5/1843 - At Barscarrow, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 4th inst., Mr Peter M'Clymont, aged 33 years - deeply regretted.

M'CLYMONT/EWING, Rebecca - D10/2/1887 - At 143, M'Lean Street, Glasgow, on the 10th inst., Rebecca Ewing, widow of John M'Clymont, aged 47 years.

M’CLYMONT/LITTLE, Susan - D23/7/1851 - At Greenock, on the 23d inst. suddenly, Susan M'Clymont aged 24, wife of Mr James Little, spirit merchant, and youngest daughter of Mr Alexander M'Clymont, Barscarrow, Stoneykirk - Friends will please accept of this intimation.

M’CLYMOUNT, Mr. G. - D19/2/1852 - At Creebank Cottage, on the 19th instant, Mr G. M'Clymount, late farmer in Knockglass, aged 84.

M'COID, James - D15/5/1871At Church Street, on the 15th inst., after a short illness, Mr James M'Coid, bookseller and stationer, deeply regretted.

M’COLM/M’CAUL, Mrs. ???? - D18/3/1861 - At Castlemoor, Kirkmaiden, on the 18th inst., (B) ....M'Caul, wife of Mr Alex. M'Colm, aged 63 years.

M’COLM/M’CAUL, Elizabeth - D18/3/1861 - At Castlemoor, Kirkmaiden, on the 18th inst., Elizabeth M'Caul, wife of Mr Alex. M'Colm, aged 63 years.

M’COLM, Eliza Robertson - D22/12/1882 - At Clendrie, Kirkcolm, on the 22nd inst., Eliza Robertson, infant daughter of Thomas M'Colm.

M’COLM/KENNEDY, Helenora - D28/7/1846 - At Charlotte Street, Stranraer, on the 28th inst., after a painful and protracted illness, borne with the utmost Christian resignation, in the 48th year of her age, Helenora M'Colm, wife of Captain David Kennedy - much and justly regretted.

Mc(OLM)/CAMPBELL, Mary - D3/2/1847 - Here, in Fisher Street, on the 3d inst., Mary M'C(olm), wife of Mr James Campbell, mason, aged 30 years - (after) a tedious illness, borne with Christian patience.

M'COLM/HAMILTON, Mary - D27/4/1853 - At (G)lester, parish of Colmonell, on the 27th ult., Mary Hamilton, wife of Mr Alexander M'Colm, late farmer in Halfmark, aged 60 years.

M'COLM, Robert - D26/11/1843 - At Manchester, on the 26th ult., Mr Robert M'Colm, tea merchant and draper, aged 42, a native of Stranraer - much regretted.

M’CONCHIE/HOUSTON, Grace - D3/7/1847 - At Barrhill, near Gatehouse, on the 3d instant, after a lingering illness, Mrs Grace Houston*, wife of Mr Hugh M'Conchie, aged 57. (* I can only suggest that he had married a widow)

M'CONCHIE, James T. - in WFP D16/7/1863 - At Curchie Hill, near Newton-Stewart, on the --- inst., James T.M'Conchie, - much beloved and re(spected) by all who knew him.

M'CONCHIE/HOUSTON, Jane - D2/7/1847 - At Barrhill, near Gatehouse, on the 2d curt., advanced in years, Jane Houston, wife of Mr Hugh M'Conchie.

M'CONCHIE/M'GILL, Mary Ann - D10/3/1847 - At Mains of Penningham, on the 10th inst. Mary Ann M'Gill, wife of Mr John M'Conchie, farmer there - much and deservedly regretted.
M’CONCHIE, Robert - D11/2/1843 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 11th inst., Robert M'Conchie, after a lingering illness, aged 84 years.

McCONCHIE, Samuel - D17/3/1889 - At Quincy, Illinois, on the 17th ult, John eldest son of the late Samuel McConchie, boatman, formerly Knockdoon Ferry, Creetown, aged 57 years

(M’CONNAL)M’CONNEL/HANNAY, Isabella - D5/2/1864 - At Drumaston, Whithorn, on the 5th instant, Isabella M'Connel, (M'Connal), wife of Mr George Hannay. (As per IGI Marriages Isabella McConnell M8/7/1823)

M'CONNEL/M'CLURE, Barbara - D13/12/1843 - Suddenly at Glasnick, parish of Penninghame, on the 13th inst., Barbara M'Clure, aged 69 years, relict of Mr William M'Connel, farmer and cattle dealer, there.

M’CONNEL(M’CONNAL)/HANNAY, Isabella - D5/2/1864 - At Drumaston, Whithorn, on the 5th instant, Isabella M'Connel, (M'Connal), wife of Mr George Hannay. (As per IGI Marriages Isabella McConnell M8/7/1823)

M’CONNEL/ROSS, Jane Charlotte - D16/10/1869 - At Lexington, Kentucky, U.S., on the 16th ult., Jane Charlotte Ross, widow of George Ross, Esq., barrister at law, and daughter of Wm. M'Connel, Esq., for many years Sheriff Substitute, of Wigtownshire.

M’CONNEL/JACKSON, Janet - D23/12/1844 - At Girvan, on the 23d ult., Janet Jackson, relict of John M'Connel, Esq., cloth merchant, Girvan.

M’CONNEL, John Wanklyn - D29/5/1922 - The funeral took place on Monday to Colmonell churchyard of Mr John Wanklyn M'Connel of Knockdolian, Ayrshire, who died at Wellbank, Prestwich, (Prestwick) on Thursday, aged 67. Mr M'Connel succeeded his father in the estates in 1902. He was educated at Cambridge (M.A. 1881) and was married. Mr M'Connel was greatly interested in all that pertained to the welfare and interests of Colmonell and the neighbouring parishes in South Ayrshire. The prominent feature of his estate is Knockdolian Hall, of conical shape, and so resembling Ailsa Craig as to have been named the "Fause Craig" for which it has been mistaken by sailors in thick weather. The present fine mansion was built in the 19th century after a design by Mr Rhind, near the ruins of the old Castle of Knockdolian. HISTORY OF KNOCKDOLIAN - The (estate) of Knockdolian was acquired in the 15th century by Gilbert Graham, who had a common descent with the Montrose family, and who was a descendant of a former Princess Mary (Stewart), daughter of Robert III. The Grahams sold the Knockdolian barony in the 17th century and their senior living male descendant, ??? Graham Campbell of Shir(van) in (Argyleshire) whose ancestor married the heiress of (Shirvan) and took her name. From the Grahams the estate passed to the Kennedy’s of Kirkmichael, who did not retain it long. Their successors were a family of the name of M'Cubbin, who were there before the end of the 17th century. Through a daughter Knockdolian passed to the Cathcarts, in whose family it remained until the 19th century. The estate is one of the most beautifully situated in South Ayrshire, and includes the conspicuous remains of Craigneil Castle, so called from having been built by Neil, Earl of Cassillis. The beautiful churchyard, in which the lairds of Knockdolian rest, is of much interest. On a very old stone we read. "Heir is buried Andro Snell, smith, died March, 1663 aged 72" The stone was erected by his son, John Snell, the donor of the Snell bursaries, which have now for over two centuries taken many clever Glasgow Students to Oxford. John Snell was himself a student of Glasgow University. Thence he made his way to England. Before making a fortune as a lawyer there he fought on the Royalist side at the Battle Worcester in 1651. A stone to the memory of John Lusk, Pinmore reminds us that he was the father of the late Sir Andrew Lusk, Baronet, Lord Mayor of London. And there is the usual martyrs' monument(s) while the church itself contains the finest window in Ayrshire, the gift of Mr R. F. M'Ewen of Bardrochat, Colmonell, and of Marchmont, Berwickshire. (From the WFP June 1, 1922)

M'CONNEL, Peter - D13/2/1855 - At Gatehouse, on the 10th ult., John Henry, Back street. Same day, Mrs Templeton. Same day, John M'Kay. On the 13th Peter M'Connel.

M'CONNEL, William - D5/7/1846 - At Chapelheron, parish of Whithorn, on the 5th inst., William, youngest son of Mr M'Connel, farmer, aged 3 years; and, on the same day Mrs Fullarton, late of Barsalloch, aged 79 years.

M'CONNEL, Mrs. Wm. - D8/12/1846 - At Glasserton, on the 8th inst., Mrs Wm. M'Connel, at the advanced age of 70 years.

M’CONNELL/CLUKIE, Agnes - D22/11/1845 - At Girthon Kirk Village, on the 22d ult,. Mrs Agnes M'Connell, aged 73, widow of Mr Matthew Clukie - much respected.

M'CONNELL, Andrew - D14/9/1846 - At Barr, on the 14th instant, Andrew M'Connell, a young ship-carpenter belonging to Girvan.

M’CONNELL, Andrew - D4/12/1882 - At New York, on the 4th ult., Andrew M'Connell, senr., a native of Chapelheron, near Whithorn, in his 85th year.

M'CONNELL/DONNAN, Elizabeth - D25/10/1869 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 25th ult., aged 69 years, Elizabeth Donnan, wife of Isaac M'Connell, parochial schoolmaster there - much beloved and deeply regretted.

M’CONNELL/SCOTT, Jane - D21/2/1874 - At Stannock, parish of Whithorn, on the 21st inst., after a protracted illness, Jane M'Connell, wife of Mr Scott, farmer there, aged 60 years.

M'CONNELL/STEWART, Margaret - D30/7/1852 - At Whithorn, on the 30th ult., Margaret Stewart, relict of Mr John M'Connell, Chapelherran, aged 86 years. She was highly respected in life, and her death is much regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

M’CONNELL/M'HARG, Susan - D2/12/1843 - At Barrhill, parish of Colmonell, on the 2d inst., Susan M'Connell, wife of Mr Andrew M'Harg, innkeeper, there.

M’CONNELL, William - D3/4/1843 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 3d inst., William, aged 23 years, son of Mr M'Connell, schoolmaster there - deeply regretted.

M’CONNELL, William - D14/12/1873 - At 92 Union Street, Oldham, on the 14th inst. Mr William M'Connell, draper, eldest son of the late Mr Anthony M'Connell, Mains of Torhouse, Wigtownshire.

M’CONNOCHIE/M'CREDIE, Agnes - D12/2/1887 - At Glenluce, on the 12th inst., Agnes M'Connochie, relict of James M'Credie, builder, aged 84 years.

M’CONNOCHIE/TAYLOR, Jane - D31/10/1860 - At 83(88) Northumberland Terrace, Everton, Liverpool, on the 31st ult., Jane M'Connochie, wife of Mr Alex.Taylor, first engineer S.S. Baltimore.

M'CONNOCHIE, John - D13/12/1843 - At Manchester, on the 13th inst., Mr John M'Connochie, draper, after a lingering consumption, leaving a sorrowing wife and child to mourn their loss. He was a native of Kirkmahoe.

M'CONOCHIE, Alexander - D-/12/1845 - In December last, at St. Helena, of fever, Mr Alexander M'Conochie, ship carpenter, son of Mr Hugh M'Conochie, Barrhill, near Gatehouse - deeply regretted.

M’CONOCHIE/CONCHIE, Ellen - D9/10/1867 - At Craigenquarroch, parish of Portpatrick, on the (9th) ult., Ellen, daughter of Mr John M'Conochie. (Registered as CONCHIE, Helen aged 28 years, actually died on 13 October at Quanoch. There was NO other death even remotely similar, my guess is the Informant for the WFP death was not sure of their data. Helen was the daughter of a John CONCHIE on the Death Registration. She died of 'gashie fever' whatever that was, as per Meg)

M'CONOCHIE, Jane - D24/6/1844 - At Glasgow, on the 24th inst., aged 16 months, Jane, daughter of the Rev. James M'Conochie.

M’CONOCHIE, Samuel - D3/6/1852 - At Kirkandrews, Borgue, on the 3d instant, Mr Samuel M 'Conochie, aged 87 years.

M'CORMACK, Grace - D10/11/1854 - At Lochend, parish of Colmonell, on the 10th instant, of small pox, Grace, aged 20 years, eldest daughter of Mr John M'Cormack, spavior.

M’CORMICK, Mr. - D16/3/1854 - On Tuesday last, the 15th inst., while a young man, about 18 years of age, son of M'Cormick, miller, Mill of Airies, in the parish of Kirkinner, was engaged in oiling some of the wheels of the mill, he unfortunately lost his balance, and fell forward amongst the machinery while the mill was in operation. He was frightfully mangled, and life was exctict before he could be extricated. Medical: assistance was immediately procured but the vital spark had fled before its arrival; Deceased was a respectable youth and had began to relieve his father of the charge of the miil, having been bred to the business since boyhood. (In WFP the way we were 11/3/2004)

M’CORMICK/LYNCH, Agnes - D30/8/1874 - Here, at Market Street, on the 30th ult., Agnes M'Cormick, aged 61 years, relict of Mr Charles Lynch.

M’CORMICK, Alex - D2/3/1874 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 2nd inst., Mr Alex M'Cormick, carter, aged 68 years.

M'CORMICK, Andrew - D24/12/1842 - At Galston, Ayrshire, on Saturday, the 24th ult., Andrew M'Cormick, aged 86.

M’CORMICK, Andrew - D10/6/1850 - At Vauxhall Road, Liverpool on the 10th instant, Mr Andrew M'Cormick, ship carpenter, aged 42 years - much regretted.

M’CORMICK/M’GARVA, Ann - D2/6/1852 - At Neptune Street, here, on the 2d instant, Ann M'Cormick, wife of Mr John M'Garva, mariner.

M’CORMICK, David - D8/9/1860 - Here, at St. Andrew street, on the 8th inst., aged 76 years, Mr David M'Cormick, mason.

M'CORMICK, Isabella - D10/1/1844 - At Portwilliam, on the 10th inst., Isabella, eldest daughter of James M'Cormick, Esq., M.D. aged 11 years.

M'CORMICK, Isabella - D14/6/1845 - At 2, Wellington Square, Ayr, on the 14th instant, Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Wm. M'Cormick, Esq..

M'CORMICK, Jane - D21/2/1863 - At Little Genoch, Inch, on the 21st inst., Jane, aged 7 years, eldest daughter of Mr Archibald M'Cormick, farmer there.

M’CORMICK/STEWART, Jane - D22/1/1878 - Here, at 11 Rose Street, on the 22nd inst., Jane M'Cormick, relict of Joseph Stewart, pedlar, aged 52 years.

McCORMICK, Janet - D2/3/1847 - At Drumore, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 2nd instant, Janet McCormick, suddenly, aged 40 years.

M'CORMICK, John - D8/3/1846 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 8th instant, John, youngest son of Mr William M'Cormick.

M’CORMICK, John - D15/6/1847 - At Drumore, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 15th instant, John M'Cormick, aged 82 years.

M’CORMICK, John - in WFP D17/6/1847 - At Inshanks, parish of Kirkmaiden, John M'Cormick, aged 76.

M’CORMICK, Mary - D11/2/1874 - At Ivy Bank Cottage, Creebridge, Newton-Stewart, on the 11th inst., Miss Mary M'Cormick, aged 91 years.

M'CORMICK, William Maxwell - D17/8/1874 -At London, on the 17th ult., William Maxwell M'Cormick, Esq., second son of the late James M'Cormick, M.D. Portwilliam, Wigtownshire.

M'CORNACK, Mrs - D22/2/1843 - At Kirkowen Village, on the 22d ult., Mrs M'Cornack, in the 94th year of her age.

M'CORNACK, Andrew - D??/10/1844 - At Knoxville, Illinois, North America, in October last, Andrew M'Cornack, late farmer in Barminnock and Colmonell, Ayrshire, aged 72 years, deservedly respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.

McCORNACK/M’CLYMONT, Janet - D29/10/1860 - At Copley Knox County, Illinois, (America), on the 29th October last, aged 87 years, Janet M'Clymont, relict of Mr Andrew McCornack, late tenant of Barwinnock and Balushoin (Balnahoin), Colmonell, Ayrshire.

M'CORNACK, John - D22/10/1843 - At Barnernie, parish of Kirkcowan, on the 22d inst., Mr John M'Cornack, farmer, aged 68 years.

M'COSH/STRATHERN, Elizabeth - D14/3/1845 - At Laurshill, Ochiltree, on the 14th instant, Elizabeth Strathern, aged 73, relict of the late William M'Cosh, farmer there.

M'COURT, Jane - D1/2/1846 - At Portwilliam, on the 1st instant, Jane M'Court, aged three years; same place, same day Mary Bride, aged three years, youngest daughter of Captain William Glen.

M’COURTY/BECK, Mary - D29/12/1863 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 29th ult., Mary M'Courty, relict of the late Mr Samuel Beck, aged 86 years.

M'COWAN/BARBER, Jane - D24/3/1868 - At Glenluce, on the 24th inst., Jane Barber, wife of Mr James M'Cowan, merchant.

M'COWAN/HOSSACK, Margaret - D22/10/1844 - Suddenly, on the 22d inst., at Ardrishaig Point, Lochgilphead, Margaret Hossack, wife of Mr John M'Cowan, schoolmaster, Ardnamurchan, when on their passage from Glasgow.

M’CRACKAN/M’WILLIAM, Jane - D4/6/1860 - At same place (Stewarton, Kirkcolm) on the 4th inst., Jane M'Crackan, relict of Mr Alex. M'William.

M'CRACKAN/M'CULLOCH, Margaret - D27/7/1846 - At High Currochtree, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 27th ultimo, Margaret M'Culloch, spouse of Mr James M'Crackan, aged 74 years.

M’CRACKAN, Michael - D5/6/1860 - At same place (Stewarton, Kirkcolm), next day, her (Jane M’Crackan/M’William) brother, Mr Michael M'Crackan, joiner, advanced in years.

M'CRACKEN, Mrs - D26/6/1847 - Here, at St Andrew Street, on the 26th ultimo, of fever, Mrs M'Cracken.

M'CRACKEN, Agnes - D8/3/1878 - At Glenluce, on the 8th inst., Agnes M'Cracken, advanced in years.

M’CRAKEN/LAWSON, Agnes - D7/9/1887 - At 8 Marchhall Road, Edinburgh, on the 7th inst., Agnes M'Cracken, aged 74 years, widow of Wm. Lawson, Manchester, and eldest daughter of the late Wm M'Cracken, Auchencross, Ballantrae, Ayrshire - Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

M’CRACKEN, Alex. - D1/7/1845 - At Drumbuie, Kirkowen, on the 1st inst., Alex. M'Cracken, aged 36 years.

M'CRACKEN/KERR, Agnes - D29/9/1844 - Here, on the 29th ult., Agnes Kerr, spouse of P. M'Cracken, gardener.

M’CRACKEN, Andrew - D7/8/1853 - At Hillhead, Stranraer, on the 7th instant, Mr Andrew M'Cracken, aged 67 years.

M'CRACKEN, David - D22/6/1887 - Here, at 48 Dalrymple Street, on the 22nd inst., Alexander M'Cracken.

M'CRACKEN, Elizabeth - D26/2/1863 - At Low Curghie, Kirkmaiden, on the 26th ult., Elizabeth, aged 17 years, eldest surviving daughter of ------ Alex. M'Cracken, blacksmith.

M’CRACKEN, Gordon - D13/5/1847 - At Glenluce, on the 13th instant, Gordon M'Cracken, merchant, aged 28.

M'CRACKEN, Helen - D14/8/1852 - At High Curghie, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 14th instant, aged 9 years, Helen, eldest daughter of Mr Alex M'Cracken, smith.

M'CRACKEN, James - D9/12/1843 - At Whithorn, on the 9th inst., Mr James M'Cracken, aged 42 years.

McCRACKEN, James - D21/12/1863 - On the 21st ultimo, at Quebec, James McCr(acken), Bonaventure, Bay de Chaluer, Canada East, young....(son) of the late James M'Cracken, of Ardwell, Ayrshire. Friends and relateives in Scotland will please accept ... .. intimation.

M’CRACKEN, James - D17/10/1867 - At Moorpark, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 17th inst. Mr James M'Cracken, farmer there, aged 92 years. (James McCRACKAN, not ...EN 92, Stoneykirk #43 as per Meg)

M'CRACKEN, James Hewetson - D27/8/1847 - At Barnean, near Newton Stewart, on the 27th ult., of fever, James Hewetson, son of Mr William M'Cracken, aged 10 years.

M'CRACKEN, James Hewetson - D27/8/1847 - At Barnean, Newton-Stewart, on the 27th ult., of fever, James Hewetson, aged 10 years: and on the 1st instant, Robert, aged 12 years, sons of Mr William M'Cracken - both youths of great promise - much regretted, being his only sons. (Inserted 9/9/47)

M'CRACKEN/HERON, Janet - D24/4/1853 - Here, at St. John Stereet, on the 24th instant, Janet Heron, wife of Mr Peter M'Cracken, mason, aged 75 years. - much regretted.

McCRACKEN, John - D5/1/1861 - At Hillhead, here, on the 5th inst., John McCracken aged 76 years. Johnnie was a character well known (in) Stranraer. He lately fell on the slippery street, (and) was so much injured that he did not recover from (the) shock.

McCRACKEN, Mary - D16/3/1844 - At same place (Cairntyan), on the 16th instant, Mary McCrackan, aged 42 years.

M'CRACKEN, Robert - D1/9/1847 - At Barnean, Newton-Stewart, on the 27th ult., of fever, James Hewetson, aged 10 years: and on the 1st instant,
Robert, aged 12 years, sons of Mr William M'Cracken - both youths of great promise - much regretted, being his only sons.

M’CRACKEN, Rev. Thomas - D31/5/1869 - At the Free Church Manse, Symington, on the 31st ultimo, the Rev. Thomas M'Cracken, A.M., M.D..

M'CRACKEN, William - D23/3/1844 - At Auchencrosh, parish of Ballantrae, on the 23d ult., Mr William M'Cracken.

M'CRACKEN, William - D16/1/1851 - Here, at Hillhead, on the 16th instant, Mr William M'Cracken, watchmaker, aged 46 years.

M'CRAE/SMITH, Helen - D8/4/1878 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 8th inst., Helen Smith, wife of Peter M'Crae, aged 62 years.

M’CRE???/M'GARVA, Mary - D29/1/1847 - Here, at Clayhole, on the 29th ult., Mary M'Cre???, ??? of Capt. John M'Garva, advanced in years.

McCREA, Alexander - D2/5/1853 - At Stirling, on the 2d instant, in the prime of life, Mr Alexander McCrea, Wigtownshire - was much respected, and will be deeply regretted.

M’CR(EA), Alexander - D13/5/1860 - At Stewarton of Kirkcolm, on the 13th inst., Alexander, second son of Mr Alex. M'Cr(ae) merchant there.

M’CREA, Archibald - D15/3/1874 - At Halfmark, Leswalt, suddenly on the 15th inst. Mr Archibald M'Crea, farmer aged 63 years.

McCREA, Helen - D30/12/1866 - At Kirkcolm, on the 30th ultimo, Helen M'Crea, daughter of the late Dr. Hugh M'Crea, aged 79 years.

M’CREA, Hugh - D22/3/1874 - Here, at 8 Bridge Street, on the 22nd inst. Mr Hugh M'Crea, flesher, aged 63 years.

M’CREA/BROWN, Jean - D24/12/1852 - Here, at Sun Street, on the 24th instant, Jean M'Crae, wife of John Brown, Sheriff-officer.

M'CREA, John - D11/9/1844 - Here, yesterday morning, under circumstances of a very painful nature, Mr John M'Crea, painter.

M'CREA/M'CREDIE, Margaret - D2/9/1847 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 2d instant, Margaret M'Credie, relict of Alexander M'Crea, aged 92 years.

M’CREA/WALLACE, Mary - D1/6/1860 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 1st instant, Mary Wallace, wife of Mr John M'Crea, joiner, and daughter of the late Mr Wallace, parochial schoolmaster of Inch.

M’CREADDIE/M’LEAN, Sarah - D14/7/1845 - At 17, New Suffolk Street, London, on the 14th inst., Sarah M'Lean, wife of David M'Lean, draper, and daughter of Hugh M'Creddie, late of the parish of Anwoth.

M‘CREADIE, Mrs. - D23/8/1845 - At Craig, parish of Whithorn, on the 23d ultimo, Mrs M'Credie, aged, 53 years.

M’CREADIE/ALEXANDER, Agnes - D14/6/1863 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 14th instant, Agnes M'Creadie, wife of Mr Alexander, P.C. officer.

M’CREADIE, Alexander - D10/3/1844 - At Knockbrax, parish of Penninghame, on the 10th inst., Mr Alexander M'Creadie, aged 84 years.

M'CREADIE, Alexander - D8/7/1844 - Here, on the 8th inst., Mr Alexander M'Creadie, car-hirer, aged 40 years.

M'CREADIE/M'KIE, Elizabeth - D14/3/1844 - At South Milton, parish of Glenluce, on the 14th inst., Elizabeth M'Kie, wife of Mr William M'Creadie, farmer aged 71 years.

M'CREADIE, James - D17/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 17th instant, Mr James M'Creadie, advanced in life.

M’CREADIE, Jean - D14/5/1844 - At Glenluce, on the 10th inst., Susan M'Kie, aged 58 years; and on the 14th inst., Jean M'Creadie, after a lingering and melancholy disease.

M'CREADIE, John - D13/7/1844 - At Glenluce, on the 13th inst., John M'Creadie, advanced in years.

M’CREADIE, Robert - D19/5/1847 - At Colmonell, on the 19th ult., Mr Robert M'Creadie aged 78 - regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

McCREADIE, W. - D12/7/1855 - At Glenluce, on the 12 inst., W. McCreadie, the----, aged 82 years.

M’CREADIE, William - D17/5/1844 - At Cairn M'Neillie, parish of Inch, on the 17th instant, William M'Creadie, aged 65 years.

M'CREADY, Janet - D21/11/1843 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 21st inst., Janet, aged 87 years, relict of Mr John M'Cready, mason, - much respected.

M'CREADY, Mary - D20/11/1843 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 20th inst., Mary, infant daughter of Mr Thomas M'Cready, mason.

M‘CREADY/MILROY, Mary - D16/11/1845 - At Whitecairn, parish of Ballantrae, on the 16th inst., Mary M'Cready, wife of William Milroy, aged 39 years.

M’CREATH/LINDWOOD, Elizabeth - D5/3/1873 - At Genoch Square, Old-Luce, on the 5th inst., Elizabeth M'Creath, aged 88 years, relict of Mr William Lindwood.

M'CREATH, Mrs Hugh - D24/1/1851 - At Balcrochan, parish of Colmonell, on the 24th inst., the wife of Mr Hugh M'Creath, farmer there.

M'CREATH, Janet - D25/10/1846 - At Auchengrennan, parish of Colmonell, on the 25th instant, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude and patience, Janet, eldest daughter of Mr James M'Creath, aged (17) years.

M’CREATH, John - in the WFP D20/2/1845 - At Creetown, parish of Kirkmabreck, John M'Creath, aged 50 years.

M'CREATH, John - D16/6/1863 - At -igles, parish of Ballantrae, on the 16th instant, John, second son of Mr James M'Creath, farmer there, aged 27 years.

M’CREATH/HOPSON, Margaret - D4/6/1852 - At Ruglen, parish of Dailly, on the 4th instant, Margaret M'Creath, wife of Mr James Hopson, forester, to Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran - much regretted.

M’CREATH, William - D16/5/1843 - At Culhorn Lodge, on the16th inst., William, youngest son of Mr M'Creath.

M’CREATH, William - D2/3/1879 - At Forehill, Ayr, on the 2nd inst., Mr William M'Creath, farmer, aged 77 years.

M'CREDIE, Agnes - D25/5/1870 - At Dalrymple Street, on the 25th ult., Agnes M'Credie, aged 73 years.

M'CREDIE/M'CONNOCHIE, Agnes - D12/2/1887 - At Glenluce, on the 12th inst., Agnes M'Connochie, relict of James M'Credie, builder, aged 84 years.

M'CREDIE, Alexander - D3/10/1846 - At Girvan, on the 3d instant, Mr Alexander M'Credie, aged upwards of 80 years.

M’CREDIE, Alex - in the WFP D10/5/1860 - At Challoch, parish of Penninghame, after a brief illness, Alex M'Credie, Esq., in the prime of life.

M'CREDIE, Andrew - D12/12/1850 - At Auchleach, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 12th instant, Mr Andrew M'Credie, aged 74.

M'CREDIE/MURRAY, Annie - D22/3/1878 - At Fordhouse, Glenluce, on the 22nd inst., Annie Murray, wife of Mr William M'Credie, farmer there, aged 73 years.

M’CREDIE, David - D14/12/1873 - At Kenmuir, Stoneykirk, on the 14th inst. Mr David M'Credie, farmer aged (?)6 years.

M'CREDIE, Elizabeth - D7/1/1843 - Here, at George Street, on the 7th inst., Elizabeth, aged 2 years, daughter of Mr A. McCredie, baker.

M’CREDIE/M’KENZIE, Elizabeth - D24/1/1861 - At Milngavie, near Glasgow, on the 24th inst., Elizabeth M'Kenzie, spouse of Mr Alex. M'Credie, baker, late of Stranraer.

M'CREDIE, Elizabeth - D4/3/1873 - Here, at 13 Greenvale Street, on the 4th instant, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Wm. M'Credie.

M'CREDIE/MILLS, Jean - D8/9/1845 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 8th inst., Jean Mills, relict of James M'Credie.

M'CREDIE, Mrs Hugh - D16/11/1844 - At Creetown, on the16th inst., Mrs M'Credie, aged 75 years, wife of Mr Hugh M'Credie, late farmer in Auchenlarie of Anwoth, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation - much respected and regretted.

McCREDIE, Hugh - D3/11/1860 - At Milngavie, by Glasgow, on the 3d instant, Hugh aged 7 years and 6 months, son of Mr Alex M'Credie, baker, formerly of Stranraer.

M'CREDIE/FINDLAY, Isabella - D16/2/1844 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 16th inst., Isabella Findlay, relict of Mr Wm. M'Credie, mariner, aged 82 years.

M’CREDIE/EDGAR, Jane - D23/12/1882 - Here at 1 Princes Street, on the 23rd inst., Jane M'Creadie, relict of Robert Edgar, seaman, aged 49 years.

M’CREDIE, Janet - D12/3/1852 - At Fordhouse, parish of Old Luce, on the 12th inst., Janet, eldest daughter of Mr M'Credie, aged 21 years.

M’CREDIE, John - D4/12/1891 - At Creebridge, on the 4th inst. John M'Credie, mason, aged 65 years - Deeply regretted.

M'CREDIE/FRASER, Margaret - D29/3/1845 - At Fell, Glasserton, on the 29th ultimo, after a protracted and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude and patience, Mrs M'Credie, aged 74 years. (MI from Whithorn Old Churchyard, No 2 in the JE Birchman book - Also his mother Margaret Fraser, who died the 29th March 1845 aged 74 years (one line from a long transcription) as per Diana)

M’CREDIE/M'CREA, Margaret - D2/9/1847 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 2d instant, Margaret M'Credie, relict of Alexander M'Crea, aged 92 years.

M'CREDIE, Margaret - D4/12/1854 - At 24, Kinnon Street, Glasgow, on the 4th inst., Mrs Margaret M'Credie, late of Ballantrae.

M'CREDIE/M'MEIKAN, Mary - D27/6/1854 - At Rose Street, Hutchesontown, Glasgow, on the 27th ult., Mary M'Meikan, wife of Mr Alex. M'Credie, joiner.

M’CREDIE/DREW, Mary - D7/5/1865 - At Whithorn, on the 7th inst, Mary M'Credie, wife of James Drew, Esq..

M’CREDIE, Maryann - in the WFP D25/4/1867 - At 36 M'(Aslia) Street, Glasgow, Maryann, daughter of Mr Robert M'Credie, aged 15 years. - Friends will please accept of this intimation.

M'CREDIE, Peter - D22/9/1846 - At Corseyard, Borgue, on the 22d ult., after a short illness, Mr Peter M'Credie, aged 70 - much respected.

M'CREDIE, Robert - D8/8/1887 - At Church Street, Glenluce, on the 8th inst., Robert M'Credie, aged 46 years. - Friends will please acept of this intimation.

M'CREDIE/M'HARG, Rosanna - D8/3/1847 - At Tammock, parish of Ballantrae, on the 8th instant, aged 52 years, Rosanna M'Harg, wife of Mr Jas. M'Credie, farmer there - a person much and justly regretted by all her friends and acquaintances. She bore her long and severe illness with great patience and resignation to the Divine will.

M’CREDIE, Susan - D29/3/1844 - At Whithorn, on the 29th ult., Susan, daughter of David M'Credie, - after a brief illness.

M’CREDIE, Thomas - D25/12/1844 - At Respin, parish of Whithorn, on the 25th ult, Mr Thomas M'Credie, at an advanced age.

M'CREDIE, Thomas - D22/6/1847 - At Bridge of Allan, on the 22d instant, Mr Thomas M'Credie, Auchleach, parish of Kirkcolm, at an advanced age, much regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.

M’CREDIE, Thomas - D4/12/1861 - Here, at George Street, on the 4th curt., Mr Thomas M'Credie, watchmaker, aged 65 years.

M’CREDIE, William Jr. - D22/2/1874 - Here, at 22 High street, on the 22nd inst., Mr William M'Credie, Jun, compositor, aged 21 years.

M’CREDIE, William - D25/3/1891 - At Cairne(zearn), Inch, on the 25th ult. William M'Credie, aged 78 years.

M’CREDIE, William Brown - D21/9/1867 -At Whithorn, on the 21st September last, William Brown, infant son of Capt. M'Credie. - Friends will please accept of this intimation.

M’CREDIE, William James - D10/9/1860 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 10th inst., William James, son of Mr James M'Credie, Innkeeper.

M'CREE, Hugh - in the WFP D18/1/1844 - At Stewarton Village, lately, Mr Hugh M'Cree, at an advanced age - much regretted.

M'CRINDLE, Mrs Robert - D3/2/1847 - At Airioland, parish of New Luce, on the 3d (inst) ?? wife of Mr Robert McCrindle, farmer.

McCRINDLE, Robert - D28/10/1855 - At Leffnoll, parish of Inch, on 28th ult. regretted. Mr Robert McCrindle, farmer, aged 51.

M'CRORIE John - D25/11/1845 - At High Street, Ayr, on Tuesday morning, Mr John M'Crorie, at the very advanced age of 99 years.

M’CRORY/M’CULLOCH, Janet - D8/4/1891 - At Portpatrick, on the 8th inst. Janet M'Culloch, wife of John M'Crory, aged 76 years.

M'CUBBIN, Mrs - D26/12/1870 - At Wigtown, on the 26th ult., Mrs M'Cubbin, wid(ow).

M’CUBBIN/CAMPBELL, Agnes - D17/2/1850 - At Neptune Street, here, on the 17th inst., Agnes M'Cubbin, relict of Mr Campbell, at the advanced age of 94 years.

M'CUBBIN/M’KNIGHT, Agnes - D27/1/1914 - In loving memory of our dear mother, Agnes M'Knight, beloved wife of Andrew MCubbin, who died on 27th Jan., 1914. "Oft we think of you, dear mother, And our hearts are filled with pain: Oh, this earth would be a heaven, Could we but hear your voice again. Just two years ago you left us, How we miss your loving face: But you left us to remember, None on earth could fill your place." Inserted by her Husband and Daughters (Jane and Mary). 18, Harbour St., Stranraer.

M'CUBBIN, Agnes Jane - D27/8/1887 - At Boreland, Inch, on the 27th ult., Agnes Jane, infant daughter of Peter M'Cubbin, farm servant, aged 2 years.

M'CUBBIN, Alex. - D30/3/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 30th ult., Mr Alex. M'Cubbin, of the firm of Geddes and M'Cubbin, joiners.

M'CUBBIN, Andrew - D28/6/1887 - At 12 Church Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 28th ult., Andrew, infant son of John M'Cubbin, aged 14 months.

M’CUBBIN/ANDERSON, Annie - D2/8/1878 - At Forr(est m)oor, Kirkinner, on the 2nd inst., Annie M'Cubbin age 83 years, relict of Charles Anderson.

M'CUBBIN/MAXWELL, Elizabeth - D28/1/1844 - Here, on the 28th ult., aged 16 months, Hugh, son of Dr Mackie; same day, aged 57 years, Elizabeth Maxell, wife of Mr John M'Cubbin.

M'CUBBIN, Mrs James - D12/7/1843 - Here, at Burnside, on the 12th inst., Mrs M'Cubbin, wife of Mr James M'Cubbin, shoemaker, aged 65 years.

M'CUBBIN, James - D4/3/1878 - At Church Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 4th inst., James, youngest son of John M'Cubbin, aged 11 months.

M'CUBBIN, Robert - D30/8/1844 - At Foreside, parish of Lochrutton, on the 30th ult., Mr Robert M'Cubbin, son of Mr John M'Cubbin, farmer, Dryburgh.

M’CULLOCH, Rev. - D9/5/1844 - At the Manse, Colvend, on the 9th inst., the Rev. Mr M'Culloch, for many years minister of that parish.

M’CULLOCH, Agnes - D25/12/1855 - At Ardwell House, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 25th ult., Agnes M'Culloch, aged 98. Deceased was in possession of her faculties, and able to walk about on the day before her death. She had been a servant about the place for half a century.

M'CULLOCH, Alexander - D5/11/1843 - At Kirkclauch, on the 5th inst., Alexander M'Culloch of Kirkclauch.

M'CULLOCH, Alexander - D26/7/1846 - At Brown Street, Glasgow, on the 26th July, after three days illness, Alexander M'Culloch, son of Mr David M'Culloch, mason, Clachan, Kirkcolm.

M'CULLOCH, Alexander - D23/1/1847 - At Glenhoul, parish of Old Luce, on the 23d inst., Alexander M'Culloch, farmer there, in the 63d year of his age, after a protracted confinement, which he bore with Christian patience and resignation. He was ???m by few for true and unassuming benevolence. D(uring the) late storm he caused to be sent to the village of Glenluce a load of oatmeal to be distributed gratis amongst outdoor labourers.

M'CULLOCH, Alexander - D10/7/1867 - At Maldon, Australia, on the 10th of July last, Alexander M'Culloch, third son of Samuel M'Culloch, farmer Skaith, near Newton-Stewart, aged 29 years.

M'CULLOCH, Alex.- D5/5/1870 - At Cairndoon, Glasserton, on the 5th inst., Mr Alex. M'Culloch, formerly postmaster of Whithorn. An aged mother is thus left to bewail the loss of her whole family, consisting of nine intelligent sons and daughters, who have been carried off, mostly in the prime of life, by pulmonary consumption.

M’CULLOCH, Alice - D29/8/1860 - At Bow, London, on the 29th ult., aged 10 years, (Alice) only child of Mr Hugh M'Culloch, Inland Revenue, London.

M’CULLOCH, Cathrine - D7/1/1881 - At Ardwell, Stoneykirk, on the 7th inst., Cathrine M'Culloch, aged 77 years.

McCULLOCH, Mrs. D. - D1/5/1843 - At Broadstone, parish of Leswalt, on the 1st inst., Mrs D. McCulloch, farmer there.

M’CULLOCH/M’GILL, Elizabeth - D7/9/1860 - At Glenluce, on the 7th inst,. aged 85 years, Elizabeth M'Gill, relict of Mr Jas. M'Culloch, farmer, Auchenmalg, Old Luce.

M'CULLOCH/CORKRAN, Elizabeth - D5/9/1887 - At East Muntlock, Kirkmaiden, on the 5th inst., Elizabeth Corkran, relict of William M'Culloch, aged 93 years.

M'CULLOCH, George - D15//11/1844 - At Whithorn, on the 15th inst., George M'Culloch, slater, aged 58 years.

M’CULLOCH/WILSON, Hellen - D25/11/1861 - At Bargrennan Toll, the residence of her father, on the 25th ult., Hellen M'Culloch, wife of Alexander Wilson, aged 24 years. She was - but words are wanted to say what: - think what a dutiful obedient child and a loving wife should be - and she was all that!

M'CULLOCH, James - D29/11/1846 - At Newluce, on the 29th ultimo, of consumption, Mr James M'Culloch, late draper in Truro, Cornwall.

M'CULLOCH, James - D29/3/1847 - At Auchenmalg, parish of Old Luce, on the 29th ult., Mr James M'Culloch, farmer there, aged 73 years - deeply regretted.

M’CULLOCH, James - D3/4/1863 - At Barnbarroch, on the 3d inst., Mr James M'Culloch, Land-steward, aged 67 - much regretted.

M’CULLOCH, Jane - D3/9/1845 - At Clutag, Kirkinner, on the 3d inst., Jane, eldest daughter of Mr John M'Culloch, farmer there.

M'CULLOCH/WALLACE, Jane - D5/8/1847 - At Port-William, on the 5th inst., Jane Wallace, wife of Mr James M'Culloch, grocer, aged 25.

M’CULLOCH/BAILLIE, Jane - D19/1/1867 - At Douloch, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 19th instant, after a painful illness, Jane M'Culloch, wife of Mr Peter Baillie, jobber, there.

M’CULLOCH, Janet - D6/4/1863 - At Cardrine, Kirkmaiden, on the 6th inst., Janet, fourth and youngest daughter of Mr John M'Culloch, farmer there. - Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation.

M'CULLOCH, Janet - D23/9/1867 - At Float, Stoneykirk, on the 23d instant, Janet, aged 15 years, third daughter of Mr David M'Culloch, farmer there.

M'CULLOCH, Janet - D22/12/1877 - At the residence of her son-in-law, Edinburgh on the 22nd ult., Janet M'Culloch, relict of the late ------M'Culloch, Gleve (Glove?) Hill, Castlewigg, Whithorn, aged — years - deeply regretted.

M’CULLOCH/M’CRORY, Janet - D8/4/1891 - At Portpatrick, on the 8th inst. Janet M'Culloch, wife of John M'Crory, aged 76 years.

M’CULLOCH, Joan - D2/4/1891 - At Whithorn, on the 2nd inst. Joan M'Culloch, aged 82 years.

M’CULLOCH, John - D19/4/1844 - At Port-Logan, on the 19th inst., Mr John M'Culloch, keeper of the fish-pond there.

M'CULLOCH, John - D8/3/1846 - At Dalreoch, parish of Colmonell, on the 8th inst., John, son of the late John M'Culloch, of Aird, by Stranraer, aged 20 years.

M'CULLOCH, John - D16/2/1850 - At Leswalt Manse, on the 16th ultimo, Mr John M'Culloch, grand-nephew of the Rev. Andrew M'Cubbin, in the 23d year of his age.

M'CULLOCH, John - D15/3/1878 - At 49 Gairbraid Street, Maryhill, on the 15th inst., John, aged 9 years, only surviving son of Mr Wm. M'Culloch, mason, late of Stranraer. (In Glasgow, now called Maryhill Road NW as per Randy)

M’CULLOCH, Magdalene - D28/3/1843 - At New Luce, on the 26th ult., Magdalene M'Culloch, aged (98) (93) years. She lived under six ordained ministers in New Luce. Her family have been resident in the parish upwards of 300 years.

M’CULLOCH/M'CRACKAN, Margaret - D27/7/1846 - At High Currochtree, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 27th ultimo, Margaret M'Culloch, spouse of Mr James M'Crackan, aged 74 years.

M’CULLOCH/AGNEW, Margaret - D2/12/1861 - At Schoolhouse, Leswalt, on the 2d curt, Margaret M'Culloch, in her 85th year, widow of Mr George Agnew, shipmaster, who died at St. Domingo, 28th July 1825.

M'CULLOCH/FERGUSSON, Mary - in WFP 21/9/1843 - At 18, Port Street, Hyde, Manchester, after a long and painful illness, Mary Fergusson, wife of Matthew M'Culloch, painter, formerly of Dumfries, aged 28 years, much regretted.

M'CULLOCH, Mary - D1/8/1847 - At Chippermore, on the 1st inst., Mary, aged 11 years, daughter of Samuel M'Culloch, Esq., of Chippermore.

M'CULLOCH, Mary - D13/2/1863 - At Cairngarroch, Stoneykirk, on the 13th inst., Mary, aged 5 years, daughter of Mr M'Culloch, farmer there.

M’CULLOCH/BROWN, Mary - D15/12/1877 - At Cardryne, Croft, on the 15th ult., Mary M'Culloch, aged 87 years - wife of Mr Robert Brown, mason.

M’CULLOCH, Mary - D11/3/1878 - At South Two Mark, Stoneykirk, on the 11th inst., Mary M'Culloch, relict of Mr John Blain, Changue, Mochrum, aged 64 years - much and deservedly regretted.

M’CULLOCH, Peter - D16/1/1860 - Swept overboard and drowned, on the 16th January last, in lat. 26.57 S., long. 73.20 E., Peter M'Culloch, Drummore, aged 22 years, second officer of the ship Wide Awake of London, much regretted by a widowed mother.

M’CULLOCH, Robert - D28/12/1855 - On the 28th ult., at Colebrook row, Islington, Mr Robert M'Culloch, in his 81st year, seventh son of the late David M'Culloch, Esq., of Ardwall, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. N.B.

M’CULLOCH, Samuel - D27/3/1869 - At Skaith, parish of Penninghame, on the 27th ult., Samuel M'Culloch, Esq., in his 74th year.

M'CULLOCH, William - D1/6/1845 - At Barlauchlin, parish of Penninghame, on the morning of Sabbath, 1st June, Mr William M'Culloch, farmer, at the advanced age of 87 years - much regretted by a wide circle of friends.

M’CUNE, Samuel - D15/5/1860 - At Ervie, Kirkcolm, on the 15th inst., in the 70th year of his age, Mr Samuel M'Cune, - long known as an honest, punctual and obliging carrier betwixt Kirkcolm and Stranraer.

M’CUNE/JOHNSTON, Jane - D30/7/1878 - Here, at 35 Dalrymple Street, on the 30th ult., Jane M'Cune, aged 59 years, relict of Mr David Johnston, tailor.

M’CUNE, Wm. - D18/1/1861 - Here, at Stoneykirk Road, on the 18th inst., Charles, second son of Wm. M'Cune, joiner.

M’CUTCHEON/BURGOYNE, Elizabeth - D27/12/1882 - At Wigtown, on the 27th ult., Elizabeth M'Cutcheon, wife of William Burgoyne, aged 68 years.

M'CUTCHEON, Jane M'Connell - D20/3/1847 - At Wigtown, on the 20th instant, Jane M'Connell M'Cutcheon, aged 42 years.

M’CUTCHEON, John - D7/7/1845 - Mr John M'Cutcheon, professor of dancing, Parkcawes. parish of Dailly, died on the 7th inst., aged 84 years.

M’CUTCHEON/M'MILLAN, Mary - D4/1/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 4th inst., Mary M'Cutcheon, relict of John M'Millan.

M'CUTCHEON, Robt. -D23/1/1871 - At 57 Sun Street, on the 23rd inst., Robt M'Cutcheon, aged 15 months.