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Death Notices from the Wigtownshire Free Press

Transcribed by Diana Henry and Compiled by Randy Chapple
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G--------/McWILLIAM, Jessie - D(7)/4/1868 - At Park Terrace, Keighley, Yorkshire, on the (7th) inst., Jessie M'William, the beloved wife of John G-------- Esq., Friends will please accept of this intimation.

GALBRAITH, Ag(nes) - D31/12/1870 - At Dalrymple Street, on the 31st ultimo, Ag(nes) Galbraith, aged 81 years.

GALBRAITH, Alexander - D5/2/1844 - Here, on the 5th inst., Alexander, youngest son of Mr William Galbraith, shoemaker.

GALBRAITH/DIAMOND, Ann - D9/5/1865 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 9th inst. Ann Diamond, aged 47 years, wife of Mr Peter Galbraith, engineer. Friends will please accept of this intimation.

GALBRAITH/M’INTYRE, Ellen - in WFP D12/12/1861 - At 60 Walworth Terrace, Glasgow, Ellen M'Intyre, widow of the late Mr William Galbraith, Stranraer aged 56 years. Friends will please accept of this intimation.

GALBRAITH, John - D20/7/1854 - Here, at George Street, on the 20th instant, John, eldest son of Mr William Galbraith, aged 25 years. He was a young man of very great promise, having stood conspicuous in several examinations at the University of Glasgow; and his death is much regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.

GALBRAITH, William - D14/8/1844 - Here, at George Street, yesterday, William, third son of Mr William Galbraith, shoemaker. (inserted August 15, 1844)

GALBRAITH, Wm. - D22/11/1844 - At Dalmellington, on the 22d inst., Mr Wm. Galbraith, late of Auchenroy, aged 83 (88) years.

GALLOWAY, Andrew - D24/8/1847 - At Wemyss Place, Glasgow, on the 24th ult., Mr Andrew Galloway, of the firm of Todd and Galloway.

GALLOWAY, David - D16/5/1844 - At Brandon, State of Michigan, North America, on the 16th of May last, Mr David Galloway, late of Colmonell, Ayrshire.

GALLOWAY/EVANS, Elizabeth - D11/2/1875 - Here, at 23 Bridge Street, on the 11th inst., Elizabeth Galloway aged (30?) years, wife of Mr William Evans, grocer, deeply regretted.

GALLOWAY, James - D6/4/1843 - At Port Logan, on the 6th inst., James Galloway.

GALLOWAY, Capt. James - D12/8/1846 - At Moffat, on the 12th inst., suddenly, Capt. Galloway, R.N., of Melville Street, Edinburgh. (Captain James Galloway, commander of the ship Penelope as found at http://www.gutenberg.org/files/15301/15301-h/15301-h.htm)

GALLOWAY, Jane - D4/5/1865 - At Wigtown, on the 4th inst., Miss Jane Galloway, dressmaker, aged 80 years.

GALLOWAY, John - D19/1/1845 - At Maybole, on the 19th inst., Mr John Galloway, innkeeper - deeply regretted.

GALLOWAY, John - D6/11/1854 - At Melbourne, Australia, on the 6th November last, John aged 32 years, youngest son of Mr John Galloway, joiner, Garlieston.

GALLOWAY/NISH, Mary - D8/10/1843 - At Gatehouse, on the 8th curt., Mary Nish, aged 36, spouse of the late Alex. Galloway, farmer, Culreoch, Girthon. She lived respected and died regretted.

GALLOWAY/GARDINER, Mary - D20/4/1846 - At Murrayton, parish of Girthon, on the 20th instant, after a long illness, Mary Galloway, aged 39 years, the beloved wife of Mr John Gardiner, farmer there.

GALLOWAY, Private William - D30/12/1915 - Killed in action at the Dardanelles, on 30th December, 1915, Private William Galloway, son of James Galloway, Rose Street, Sranraer, aged 18 years - Sadly missed.

GALLOWAY, Private William - D30/12/1915 - In loving memory of my dear brother, Private William Galloway (7405) B. Coy., 1/5 R.S.F., who was killed in action at the Dardanelles on December 30th, 1915, aged 18 years. "On Britain's Roll of Honour - And now he rests in peace." Inserted by his loving sister (Jane Godfrey, 8, Rose Street, Stranraer.)

GALT/M’CREA, Agnes - D16/2/1852 - At Barhill, on the 16th instant, Agnes Galt, wife of Mr John M'Crea, watchmaker there, aged 34.

GALT, Walter - D21/10/1845 - At Waterhead, parish of Terregles, on the 21st inst., Mr Walter Galt, advanced in years.

GAMMELL, William - D16/4/1869 - On the 16th ultimo, William Gammell, Esq., aged 57 years. Mr Gammell was born in Ayrshire, and emigrated to the United States at an early age. He came to Texas whilst it was under the dominion of the Mexican Government, participated in the revolution, was in the memorable Sherman charge of the 29th April, 1836, and also in the battle of San Jacinto, and otherwise aided in the achievement of the independence of the "Lone Star State" "Houston Telegraph"

GARAWAY, Robert - D17/3/1847 - At Gatehouse, on the 17th instant, aged 46 years, Robert, son of William Garaway, tailor, there.

GARDENER, William - D22/4/1844 - At Murrayton, parish of Girthon, on the 22d inst., William, infant son of Mr John Gardener, farmer, there.

GARDINER, Infant Child - D25/5/1852 - At Killern, near Gatehouse, on the 24th ultimo, Mary Hamilton, spouse of Mr Alexander Gardiner, farmer there - greatly lamented by relatives and friends; and on the following day their infant child.

GARDINER, Elizabeth - D17/11/1843 - At Murrayton, parish of Girthon, on the 17th inst., Elizabeth, aged 2 years 5 months, and John, aged 1 years 3 months, children of Mr John Gardiner, farmer there.

GARDINER/DINNELL, Janet - D23/8/1874 - At Whithorn, on the 23rd ult., Janet Gardiner, wife of Mr Alexander Dinnell.

GARDINER, John - D17/11/1843 - At Murrayton, parish of Girthon, on the 17th inst, Elizabeth, aged 2 years 5 months, and John, aged 1 year 3 months, children of Mr John Gardiner, farmer there.

GARDINER/GALLOWAY, Mary - D20/4/1846 - At Murrayton, parish of Girthon, on the 20th instant, after a long illness, Mary Galloway, aged 39 years, the beloved wife of Mr John Gardiner, farmer there.

GARDINER/HAMILTON, Mary - D24/5/1852 - At Killern, near Gatehouse, on the 24th ultimo, Mary Hamilton, spouse of Mr Alexander Gardiner, farmer there - greatly lamented by relatives and friends; and on the following day their infant child.

GARDINER/FORREST, Sarah - D7/3/1850 - At Bothwell Manse, on the 7th instant, Sarah Forrest, wife of the Rev. Dr Gardiner.

GARDNER/M'LELLAND, Agnes - D22/2/1863 - At Glenluce, on the 22d inst., Agnes Gardner, wife of Mr John M'Lelland, aged 64 years.

GARDNER/GRAY, Jane - D16/8/1844 - At Meadow Place, Edinburgh, on the 16th inst., Jane Gray, widow of the Rev. James Gardner, minister of Tweedsmuir, Peebles-shire.

GARMARY/ANDERSON, Margaret - D4/6/1844 - At Dalbeattie, on the 1st inst., Jean Faulds; on the 2d inst., William Porter, formerly tenant, Meikle Culloch, aged 75; and on the 4th inst., Margaret Anderson, wife of Alexander Garmary there.

GARMERY/AFFLECK, Mary - D2/4/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 2d inst., Mary Affleck, wife of Mr Robert Garmery.

GARRET, James - D25/6/1887 - Here, at 21 Fisher Street, on the 25th inst. James, son of William Garret, fisherman, aged 7 months.

GARRETT/M'DOWALL, Jane - D20/1/1868 - On the 20th January, at the Manse, West T(ama--) Tasmania, Jane M'Dowall, the beloved wife of the Rev. James Garrett, aged 52 years.

GARRETT/CUNNINGHAM, Janet - D15/11/1846 - At Drumore Village, on the 15th inst., Janet Cunningham, relict of David Garrett, advanced in years. (inserted November 19 & 26, 1846)

GARRET/AMBROSE, Mary - D13/1/1884 - Here at Fisher Street, on the 13th inst. Mary Ambrose, relict of Wm. Garret, advanced in years.

GARROCH, Elisabeth - D29/5/1852 - At Kerveney, by Wigtown, on the 29th ultimo, Elisabeth Garroch, aged 93 years.

GARTLY, William - D12/4/1845 - At Queen Street, here, on the 12th inst., Mr William Gartly, aged 84 years.

GASS/TOPHAM, Charlotte Goldie - D12/1/1844 - At Barnhill of Goldilea, on the 12th inst., of consumption, in the 26th year of her age, Mrs Charlotte Goldie Gass, wife of Mr Henry Topham.

GASS/CLAPPERTON, Jean -D24/4/1844 - At the Lodge cottage, Annan, on the 24th ult., Jean Gass, relict of Dr Clapperton - after a severe and protracted illness.

GAVIN/DALZELL, Margaret - D11/4/1845 - At Upper Mains, Kirkmichael, on the 11th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs Margaret Gavin, wife of Mr James Dalzell, farmer there, aged 81 years.

GAW, Nathan - D5/9/1846 -At Mains of Park, Glenluce, on the 5th inst., Nathan Gaw, aged 84.

GEBBIE/M’GOWAN, Elizabeth - D12/3/1843 - At Bridge-end, parish of Portpatrick, on the 12th inst., Mrs Elizabeth Gebbie, or M'Gowan, aged 31.

GEDDES, Mrs Captain - In the WFP D2/10/1845 - At Annan, last week, Mrs Little, High Street, aged 88. Also, Mrs Captain Geddes, Scott Street, after a protracted suffering, and much respected. And, Mr Wm. Laidlaw, Murray Street, in the prime of life, and deservedly regretted.

GEDDES/NAIRN, Agnes - D24/7/1846 - At Castlesod, near Kirkcudbright, on Friday last, Mrs Agnes Nairn, wife of Mr John Geddes - much regretted.

GEDDES/FLETCHER, Isabella - D3/5/1844 - At Langholm, on the 3d inst., Isabella Geddes, spouse of Mr Wm Fletcher, cooper, aged 99 years.

At New Langholm, on the 11th Helen Grieve, advanced in life.

GEDDES, John - D11/10/1847 - At Castlesod, near Kirkcudbright, on the 11th instant, advanced in life, Mr John Geddes, who was for several years assistant in the ferry-boat, was very obliging, and much respected.

(GEDDES)/DODD, Margaret - D14/2/1875 - At Wigtown, on the 14th inst., Margaret Dodd, wife of Mr William (Geddes), saddler, aged -- years.

GEMMELL/M’EWAN, Jean - D28/4/1845 - At Dalmellington, on the 28th ult., Jean Gemmell, wife of John M'Ewan, tailor, deeply and justly lamented.

GEMMELL, John - D31/12/1844 - At Ayr, on the 31st ult., Mr John Gemmell, parochial teacher.

GEMMELL, John - D9/11/1866 - At Woorajay, Beechworth, Australia, on the 9th Nov. last, John Gemmell, Esq., of Woorajay, formerly of North Boig, New Cumnock, aged 49 years, - friends will please accept of this intimation.

GEMMILL, Hugh Findlay - D27/12/1844 - At West Kilbride, on the 27th ult., Hugh Findlay, second son of Mr John Gemmill, cabinet maker.

GENOA, Duke of Genoa (Prince Ferdinando Maria Alberto Amedeo Filiberto Vincenzo) - D10/2/1855 - On the 10th instant, at Turin, aged 31, the Duke of Genoa, brother of the present sovereign of Piedmont. Within a few weeks of giving an example of active magnanimity to the Kings of the (Piedmont) by taking part in the European war, he has seen his mother, his wife and now his brother, fall at his side.

GEORY, James - D13/10/1845 - At Wigtown, on the 13th inst., Mr James Geory, aged 65 years.

GERRAND/YOUNG, Flora - D13/7/1847 - At Wallacetown, Ayr, on the 13th instant, Flora Young, aged 27, wife of Mr James Gerrand, carrier betwixt Glasgow and Galloway.

GERRAND, William - D4/2/1847 - At Rainton, near Gatehouse, on the 4th inst., after a very short illness, Mr William Gerrand.

GIBB, Andrew - D17/5/1869 - At Ilkley, near Leeds, on the 17th ult., Mr Andrew Gibb, merchant, Manchester, and lately of Stranraer, youngest son of the late Mr Gibb, farmer, Markinch, Fifeshire.

GIBB, Anne - D9/10/1846 - At Bridge End, near Stranraer, on the 9th inst, Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Alex. Gibb, aged 20 years.

GIBB, Grace - D13/6/1844 - At Whithorn, on the 13th inst., Grace, aged 14 years, only daughter of Mr Wm. Gibb, watchmaker there - deeply regretted.

GIBB, James - D20/3/1843 - At Whitesands, Dumfries, on the 20th inst., Mr James Gibb, horsedealer.

GIBB/KERR, Jane - D4/8/1844 - At Craigenlee, parish of Portpatrick, on the 4th inst., after a lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Jane Gibb, aged 64 years - relict of Mr Thomas Kerr, farmer there - much regretted by a wide circle of friends and relations.

GIBB/GOODFELLOW, Jane - D29/1/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 29th ult., aged 78, Jane Goodfellow, relict of Peter Gibb, Esq..

GIBB/LEAD, Jane - D26/3/1850 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 26th instant, after a short illness, Jane Lead, wife of Mr John Gibb, plasterer, aged 42 years. She lived respected and esteemed by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance, and her demise is much regretted.

GIBB, Jane Lead- D24/6/1887 - At Whithorn, on the 24th ult., Jane Land (Lend) Gibb, aged 23 years. (Lead as per Meg)

GIBB, Robert - D28/3/1869 - At Ardwell on the 28th ultimo, Robert, son of Mr Thomas Gibb, aged 4 years.

GIBBS, Mareon - D(2)/4/1845 - At Lochnaw, on the (2d) inst., Mareon, second daughter of Mr John Gibbs, aged 24 years.

GIBSON, Miss - D28/1/1861 - At Wigtown, on the 28th inst., after a long continued weakness, borne with marked patience and resignation Miss Gibson, dressmaker, aged 55 years, deeply lamented.

GIBSON, Mrs - D18/2/1843 - At Millmeadows, Moffat, on Saturday, the 18th ult., suddenly, Mrs Gibson, aged 69 - much respected by a large circle of acquaintances.

GIBSON, Mrs - D6/6/1843 - At Knowe Village, by Newton-Stewart, on the 6th inst., Mrs Gibson, at the advanced age of 94 years.

GIBSON, Mrs - D10/11/1843 - Suddenly, at Kirkowen Village, on the 10th inst., Mrs Gibson, aged 75 years.

GIBSON, Mrs - D5/5/1846 - At Kirkchrist, Penningham, on the 5th instant, Mrs Gibson, at the advanced age of 92 years.

GIBSON/MILVAIN, Agnes - D17/9/1865 - At Glenluce on the 17th inst., Agnes (Gibson) --- of Mr James Milvain, fisherman, Glenluce. (Glenluce, 17/9/1865 - Agnes MILVAIN ms GIBSON as per Meg)

GIBSON, Alex. - D3/10/1844 - At Nobiel, America, on the 3d of October last, Alex. Gibson, aged 23 years, son of Sergeant James Gibson, Dumfries shire Staff.

GIBSON, Rev. Alexander - D5/8/1846 - At Almelda Hil, Hamilton, on the 5th inst., the Rev. Alexander Gibson, minister of Balmaghie.

GIBSON, Andrew - D27/8/1854 - Here, at Glen Street, on the 27th instant, after a short illness, Mr Andrew Gibson, late farmer in Crailoch.

GIBSON, Ann - D30/3/1874 - Here at Close off Bridge Street, on the 30th ult. (Ann) Gibson aged ?0 years.

GIBSON/DOUGAN, Anna - 29/1/184 4 - At Wigtown, on the 29th ult., Anna Dougan, relict of Thomas Gibson, Waulk mill, aged 71 years.

GIBSON/FLETCHER, Charlotte - D16/4/1845 - At Whelphill, Crawford, on the 16th ult., Charlotte Gibson, aged 30, wife of Mr John Fletcher, farmer there.

GIBSON, David - D11/6/1850 - At Dinduff, parish of Leswalt, on the 11th instant, Mr David Gibson, aged 85 years.

GIBSON/TORRANCE, Elizabeth - D2/9/1887 - Here, at 33 Sheuchan Street, on the 2nd inst., Elizabeth Torrance, relict of Daniel Gibson, aged 73 years - Deeply regretted.

GIBSON/T??????, Grace - D16/1/1864 - Here, at Agnew Crescent, on the 16th inst., aged 80 years, Grace Gibson, relict of Mr William T........, mason.

GIBSON, James - D22/4/1845 - At Glasgow, on the 22d ultimo, of water in the chest, Mr James Gibson, writer, aged 41, eldest son of Mr Mathew Gibson, manufacturer, Maybole.

GIBSON, James - D17/6/1847 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 17th instant, aged 13 years, James, youngest son of Mr William Gibson, grain dealer.

GIBSON-CRAIG, Sir James - D6/3/1850 - At Riccarton, on the 6th instant, Sir James Gibson-Craig, Bart., in his 85th year.

GIBSON, Rev. James - D22/8/1858 - At the Manse, Barr, on the 22d inst., the Rev. James Gibson.

GIBSON, Captain James - in WFP D31/10/1867 - At New York. U.S. Captain James Gibson, late of the 13th and 59th Massachusetts volunteers, eldest son of Mr Samuel Gibson, painter, Isle of Whithorn.

GIBSON/NISBET, Jane - D19/12/1845 - At Drumwall, near Gatehouse, on the 19th inst., after a short illness, Jane Nisbet, spouse of Mr Joseph Gibson.

GIBSON/THOMPSON, Jane - D25/5/1846 - Here, at Fisher Street, on the 25th instant, Jane Thompson, wife of John Gibson, carter.

GIBSON/PORTEOUS, Janet - D20/7/1855 - At Little Lochans, parish of Inch, on the 20th instant, Janet Gibson, wife of Mr Porteous, farmer there.

GIBSON, John - in WFP D2/3/1843 - At Glasgow street, Maxwelltown, Mr John Gibson, sawyer, aged 58 years.

GIBSON, John - D22/12/1843 - At Ayr, on the 22d ult., John Gibson, Esq., surgeon, in the 37th year of his age, after a very short illness.

GIBSON, John - D18/2/1845 - At Milnehead, Kirkmahoe, on the 18th ultimo, Master John Gibson, aged 17 - much regretted.

GIBSON, John - D21/5/1845 - At Cally Stables, on the 21st instant, Mr John Gibson, schoolmaster, Gatehouse, in the prime of life.

GIBSON, John - D25/6/1851 - Here at Fisher Street, on the 25th ultimo, Mr John Gibson, aged 93 years.

GIBSON, John - D2/3/1852 - At Stoneykirk Village, on the 2d instant, ... John Gibson, mason, aged 49 years - much lamented by his family and friends.

GIBSON, John - D30/12/1870 - At Oldbrick, parish of Whithorn, on the 30th ult., after a short illnesss, John Gibson, a native of the village, of Mochrum, in his 64th year.

GIBSON, John Muir - D14/7/1878 - At 16 Laird Street, Greenock, on the 14th inst. John Muir Gibson, eldest son of the late Mr Gibson, Stranraer, aged 34 years. New Zealand papers please copy.

GIBSON, Margaret - D5/7/1878 - Here, at St. John Street, on the 5th inst., Margaret Gibson, aged 77 years.

GIBSON/RAMSAY, Marion - D19/1/1843 - At Stroanpatrick, Dalry, on the 19th inst., Marion Gibson, relict of Mr William Ramsay, late farmer in Cornharrow, at the advanced age of 88 - much respected.

GIBSON, Robert - D17/6/1843 - At Cairnbrock, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 17th instant, Mr Robert Gibson, farmer, aged 49 years.

GIBSON, Robert - D28/10/1843 - At Roundfell of Colvend, on the 28th ult., Mr Robert Gibson, farmer there - much and deservedly regretted.

GIBSON, Robert - D28/6/1865 - At Bethany, Western Virginia, on the 28th June (of) consumption, Mr Robert Gibson, in his 47th year (late) of Sorn, Ayrshire, who emigrated from Kirk(cudbright?) about 16 years ago. Friends will please accept (of this inti)mation.

GIBSON, Samuel - D27/10/1867 - At Castle Kennedy Station, on the 27th instant, Mr Samuel Gibson, aged 70 years.

GIBSON, William - D16/4/1845 - At Portwilliam, on the 16th ult., Mr William Gibson, aged 71 - much regretted.

GIBSON, William Hannah - D11/10/1846 - At Maybole on the 11th instant, William Hannah, younger son of Mr John M. Gibson, merchant.

GIFFEN, James Gilkison - D1/10/1844 - At Saltcoats, on the 1st instant, James Gilkison, son of the Rev. James Giffen.

GIFFORD, Grace Hannay Broadfoot - D24/2/1874 - At Torhousekie, Wigtown, on the 24th ult.,Grace Hannay Broadfoot, fourth daughter of James Gifford, Esq., in the tenth year of her age.

GIFFORD/M’MASTER, Jane - D18/6/1850 - At Sandmill, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 18th instant, Jane Gifford, wife of Mr Andrew M'Master - much regretted.

GIFFORD, Mary Ann - D30/4/1870 - At Whithorn, on the 30th ult., Mary Ann, only child of the late Mr Gifford, parish schoolmaster of Glasserton.

GIFFORD, Sally - D20/12/1847 - At Hamilton, on the 20th instant, after a short illness, Miss Sally Gifford, a native of Newton-Stewart.

GIFFORD, Mrs Wm. - D14/1/1847 - Here, at George Street, on the 14th inst., Mrs Gifford, aged 84 years, relict of Mr Wm. Gifford, merchant.

GILBERTSON/ARMSTRONG, Jane - D17/9/1845 - At Lowtherfield, Dornock, on the 17th ultimo, Jane Gilbertson, wife of Mr Wm. Armstrong, aged 61.

GILCHRIST/BURNIE, Agnes - D6/11/1844 - At Robiewhat, parish of Mousewald, on the 6th inst., at an advanced age, Agnes Burnie, relict of the late Mr Charles Gilchrist, Blawplain, of Closeburn.

GILCHRIST/DICKSON, Janet - D8/12/1845 - At Newabbey, on the 8th inst., Janet Gilchrist, wife of Mr James Dickson, aged 63 years.

GILCHRIST/PATERSON, Mary - D20/9/1875 - At Abbeywood, near Creetown, on the 20th instant, Mary Gilchrist, wife of Mr James Paterson, aged (-2) years. (Mary PATERSON was listed as being 81 years old when she died at Kirkmabreck, KKD in 1875 entry #31. This matches a Mary GILCHRIST who died Kirkmabreck age 81 entry #31 as per Meg)

GILCHRIST, Peter - D10/10/1844 - At sea, on board the "Lord Althorpe" of Liverpool, on the 10th Oct., by a fall from the topmast-yard, Peter, youngest son of Mr James Gilchrist, farmer, Killantrae, Mochrum, aged 17 years. Deceased was a youth of much promise, and is deeply regretted.

GILLES, Robert - D10/5/1844 - At Coplandhall, Terregles, on the 10th inst., at the advanced aged of 84 years, Mr Robert Gillies

GILLESPIE, Agnes - D19/7/1878 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 19th inst., Agnes Gillespie, aged 86 years.

GILLESPIE, Frances M’Kenzie - D4/5/1869 - At Packwood Vicarage, near Hockley Heath, Warwickshire, on the 4th instant, Miss Frances M'Kenzie Gillespie, youngest daughter of the late Rev. John Gillespie, minister of Kells, Kirkcudbrightshire. N.B. and sister of the late Rev. William Gillespie, minister of the same parish : author of "Consolation" and other works. She endured a long period of bodily infirmity with patience and resignation.

GILLESPIE, James - D17/3/1847 - At Crearoch, in the parish of Balmaclellan, on the 17th ult,. James Gillespie, aged 81 years.

GILLESPIE, John - D11/1/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 11th inst., Mr John Gillespie.

GILLESPIE, John - D22/1/1846 - At Kingholm Quay, near Dumfries, on the 22d ult., Mr John Gillespie.

GILLESPIE, Margaret - 24/3/1843 - At Boreland, parish of Hutton, on the 24th ult. Mrs Margaret Gillespie, relict of David Gillespie, farmer in Beyond-the-Burn, Mousewald, in her 77th year.

GILLESPIE, Thos. - D11/9/1844 - At Dunino, on the 11th inst., Thos. Gillespie, L.L.D., Professor of Humanity in the University of St. Andrew's.

GILLETT, Captain - D24/10/1843 - At Calcutta, on the 24th October last, of cholera, Captain Gillett - deeply regretted.

GILLIES, Adam - D10/4/1843 - At Caerlaverock Manse, on the 10th inst., of hooping cough, Adam, second surviving son of the Rev. Robert Gillies, aged 10 months.

GILLIES, Robert - D5/6/1844 - At Midpark of Greenlaw, on the 5th inst., Robert, second son of Mr Robert Gillies, joiner there.

GILMOUR, Mrs. - D6/10/1855 - At Cairnryan, on the 6th instant., Mrs Gilmour; on the 11th John Gilmour junior,; and on the 20th inst., John Gilmour, senior - much regretted.

GILMOUR/BROWN, Janet - D16/1/1855 - At Newton Stewart on the (16th) curt. Janet (Gilmour) relict of the late Mr William (Brown) grocer, aged 7(-) years.

GILMOUR, John Jr. - D11/10/1855 - At Cairnryan, on the 6th instant., Mrs Gilmour; on the 11th John Gilmour junior,; and on the 20th inst., John Gilmour, senior - much regretted.

GILMOUR, John Sr. - D20/10/1855 - At Cairnryan, on the 6th instant., Mrs Gilmour; on the 11th John Gilmour junior,; and on the 20th inst., John Gilmour, senior - much regretted.

GILMOUR, Peter - D28/12/1877 - At Cornton, Whithorn, on the (26)th ult., P(eter) Gilmour, aged 55 years. (Peter GILMOUR, married to Catherine Curran, died aged 55 on Dec 28, 1877 Whithorn #2 as per Meg)

GILMOUR, Thomas - D19/2/1874 - At Whithorn, on the 10th ult., William, aged 6, and on the 19th ult., Thomas, aged 4 years, children of Mr John Gilmour.

GILMOUR, William - D10/2/1874 - At Whithorn, on the 10th ult., William, aged 6, and on the 19th ult., Thomas, aged 4 years, children of Mr John Gilmour.

GILSTON, Catherine - D5/2/1864 - At Glenluce, on the 5th inst., Catherine, aged 16 years, eldest daughter of the late Jas. Gilston, shoemaker, there.

GILSTON, James - D24/3/1863 - At Glenluce, on the 24th instant, Mr James Gilston, grocer, aged 55 years.

GILSTON/ROONEY, Mary - D30/11/1869 - At Glenluce on the 30ult., Mary Rooney, relict of the late Mr James Gilston, shoemaker, advanced in years.

GINSBURG, Margaret R. - D14/4/1867 - On the 14th instant, at Barcombe, Paidnton, near Torquay, Margaret R., aged 30, wife of Rev. Dr Ginsburg, of Liverpool.

GIRVAN/M’KINNON, Helen - D30/3/1844 - At Lochans, on the 30th ult., Helen Girvan, spouse of the late Mr Peter M'Kinnon, farmer, Drumshang, Ayrshire, aged 81 years.

GIRVAN/JAMIESON, Margaret - D15/11/1891 - At Portwilliam, on the 15th ult., Margaret Jamieson relict of Samuel Girvan, builder, aged 72 years.

GIRVAN, Samuel - D4/6/1887 - At 58 King Street, Glasgow, suddenly, on the 4th inst., Samuel Girvan, a native of Portwilliam, aged 25 years.

GLADSTONE/BROADFOOT, Eliza - D3/1/1845 - At Liverpool, on the 3d inst., Mrs Eliza Broadfoot, spouse to ----- Gladstone, Esq., wine and spirit merchant.

GLADSTONE, James - D18/4/1847 - At Deansgate, Manchester, on the 18th inst., Mr James Gladstone, spirit merchant aged 42, third son of the late Mr John Gladstone, of Castle Douglas.

GLADSTONE, James - D17/2/1855 - At Toxteth Park, Liverpool, on the 17th ult,. James Gladstone, Esq., son of the late Thomas Gladstone, Esq., merchant, Liverpool.

GLASGOW, Robert - D27/1/1845 - At the Chateau de Bilheres, near Pau, in the south of France, on the 27th ult, Robert Glasgow, Esq., of Montgreenan.

GLASSFORD, James - D28/7/1845 - At 2, Jones Street, Edinburgh, on the 28th ult., James Glassford, Esq., of Dougalston, advocate.

GLEN, John - D12/2/1866 - At Portwilliam, on the 12th inst,. Captain John Glen, aged 30 years, much regretted.

GLEN, Mary Bride - 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.

GLENCROSS, John - D10/2/1847 - At Square Point, Crossmichael, on the 10th inst., John Glencross.

GLENDINNING, Andrew - D7/12/1847 - At Over Casseck, parish of Eskdalemuir, on the 7th inst,. Mr Andrew Glendinning, farmer there, suddenly, aged 47 years. He has left a widow and six children to lament their sad bereavement.

GLENDINNING, John - D16/11/1845 - At Brae, parish of Irongray, on the 16th inst., suddenly, of apoplexy, John Glendinning, aged 83.

GLENDINNING, Thomas - D15/2/1845 - At Kingston, Demerara, on the 15th February last, in the 53d year of his age, Thomas Glendinning, Esq., sen., eldest son of the deceased Mr James Glendinning, late merchant, Dumfries.

GLENDINNING, Wm. - D21/9/1843 - At Glencaple, on the 21st inst., aged 71 years, Mr Wm. Glendinning, mason, and for the long period tacksman of Bankend Quarry - much esteemed and deeply regretted.

GLENDONWYN/GORDON, Lady Mary - D18/5/1845 - At Letterfourie House, on the 18th instant, Lady Gordon, eldest daughter of the deceased Wm. Glendowyn of Glendowyn and Parton, Esq., and widow of the late Sir James Gordon of Gordonston and Letterfourie, Baronet, Premier Baronet of Scotland. (Sir James Gordon, 8th Baron of Letterfourie married Mary Glendonwyn circa 1801 who died May 18, 1845 as per stirnet.com)

GLOVER, Alexander - D26/1/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 26th ult., after a severe illness, Mr Alexander Glover, nearly in the prime of life.

GLOVER, Ebenezer - D30/12/1863 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 30th ult., Mr Ebenezer Glover, well-known some years ago as a business man in Newton-Stewart.

GLOVER, James - D4/5/1845 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 4th inst., Mr James Glover, merchant.

GLOVER, Samuel Edmund - D24/10/1860 - At 23 Gayfield Place, Edinburgh, the residence of R.H. Wyndham, Esq., on the 24th ultimo, Samuel Edmund Glover, lessee and manager of the Theatre - Royal, Glasgow.

GLOVER, Walter - D9/2/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 9th inst., aged 34 years, Walter Glover, mason, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with exemplary patience and Christian resignation - deeply regretted by a wide circle of relatives and acquaintances.

GLOVER, William - D9/5/1845 - At Newton-Stewart, on the evening of the 9th inst., Mr William Glover, wine and spirit merchant, aged 52 years.

GLOVER, Rev. Wm. - D30/1/1871 - At 8 Forth Street, Edinburgh, on the 30th ult., the Rev. Wm. Glover, D.D., minister of Greenside Church.

GODART, George Henry - D2/3/1843 - At Bath, on the 2d inst., after a tedious illness, George Henry Godart, Earl of Athlone, in the 23d year of his age.

GOLDIE, Rev. Alex - D22/7/1847 - At Kingston, Jamaica, on the 22d July, the Rev. Alex Goldie, minister of the Scotch Presbyterian Church there, and late of Bargrenan, Kirkcudbrightshire, in the 42d year his age.

GOLDIE, Andrew Balfour - D25/3/1846 - At Crawfordjohn Manse, on the 25th ult., Andrew Balfour, aged 16, son of the Rev. William Goldie.

GOLDIE, James - D24/2/1844 - At Madeira, on the 24th ult., James Goldie, eldest son of Mr Wm. Goldie, banker in Dumfries.

GOLDIE, James - D9/6/1845 - At Flatts of Cargen, Troqueer, on the 9th inst., James Goldie, son of Mr Thomas Goldie, farmer there.

GOLDIE, Brigadier General Thomas Leigh - D5/11/1854 - Killed at the Battle of Inkerman on the 5th ultimo, Brigadier General Thomas Leigh Goldie, second son of the late General Alexander John Goldie of the Nunnery, Isle of Man, grandson of the late Lieutenant General Thomas Goldie of Goldie Leigh in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, and nephew of the present Lieutenant-General George Leigh Goldie.

GOOD/BROWN, Catherine - D20/2/1874 - At Cheetham Hill, Manchester, on the 20th instant, Miss Catherine Good, the beloved wife of Richard Brown, Esq..

GOOD, Ronald - D12/11/1844 - Drowned, on Lake Huron, Upper Canada, on the 12th Nov., Ronald Good, and Wm. Goodin, Esq., son and son-in-law of the late Duncan Good, merchant, Ayr.

GOOD, Wm. Senior - D15/3/1844 - At Newton-Stewart, on the morning of the 15th inst., Mr Wm. Good, senior, aged 81 years. (Inserted March 21, 1844)

GOOD, Wm. - D15/3/1844 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 15th inst., after a long illness, which he bore with Christian patience, Mr Wm. Good, aged 81 years. (Inserted March 21, 1844)

GOODFELLOW/GRAHAM, Catherine - D30/3/1891 - At Whithorn, on the 30th ult. Catherine Graham, beloved wife of Thomas Goodfellow, flesher, aged 47 years.

GOODFELLOW/GIBB, Jane - D29/1/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 29th ult., aged 78, Jane Goodfellow, relict of Peter Gibb, Esq..

GOODIN, Wm. - D12/11/1844 - Drowned, on Lake Huron, Upper Canada, on the 12th Nov., Ronald Good, and Wm. Goodin, Esq., son and son-in-law of the late Duncan Good, merchant, Ayr.

GOODMAN, Michael - D29/2/1864 - At Glenluce, on the 29th ultimo, Michael Goodman.

GOODWIN/M'MILLAN, Elizabeth - D7/9/1865 - At Portwilliam, on the 7th instant, Elizabeth G(oode) wife of the late Captain John M'Millan, junr., aged -- years. "In life they were united, and in death and (the) grave were not divided." (Portwilliam, 7/9/1865 - Eliza GOODWIN, age 21y widow of John McMILLAN [Seacaptain] as per Meg).

GOODWIN, Hugh Maxwell - D15/1/1846 - At Mount Alyn, in the county of Denbigh, on the 15th inst., Hugh Maxwell Goodwin, Esq., aged 83 years.

GOODWIN, Rev. James - D4/7/1847 - At Brechin, on the 4th inst., the Rev. James Goodwin, minister of the United Presbyerian Congregation, High street, Brechin, in the 15th year of his ministry. The awfully sudden death of this excellent and esteemed servant of the Lord, has filled the people of his charge, and all who knew him, with deep grief. He discharged the duties of the pulpit, with his usual ability, on the day he died, but felt indisposed on his way home from the sanctuary, and in less than thirty minutes from the time he reached his own house, breathed his last. "Blessed are those servants whom the Lord, when he cometh, shall find watching."

GOOLD/CRAWFORD, Helen - D12/3/1889 - At the United Presbyterian Manse, Dumfries, on the 12th last, Helen Crawford, wife of the Rev. M.N. Goold.

GORDON, Miss - D9/6/1847 - At Luddington House, Surrey, on the 9th inst., Miss Gordon of Campelton, aged 80.

GORDON, A----- Hill - D12/7/1863 - At Portree, Portpatrick, on the 12th instant, Mr A--- Hill Gordon, farmer there.

GORDON, Agnes M. - D20/2/1852 - At Culvennan, on the 20th ult., Charles L. Gordon, aged 15 months, and at same place on the 27 ult., Agnes M. Gordon, aged 3 years, and 5 months, children of Mr James Gordon, farmer.

GORDON, Alex. - D8/8/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 8th inst., at 20, English Street, Alex Gordon, late a compositor in the "Standard" office, aged 34 - deeply regretted.

GORDON, Alex. - D13/1/1871 - At High Street, Kirkcudbright, on the 13th instant, Alex. Gordon, Esq., of Charleston, South Carolina, aged 70 years.

GORDON, Alexander - D22/3/1876 - At Kirkcowan, on the 22nd inst., Alexander, second son of Mr Gordon, (stationmaster).

GORDON/BIGGAM, Barbara - D3/2/1864 - Here, at George Street, on the 3d inst., Barbara Gordon, relict of Mr Thos. Biggam, merchant, Stranraer.

GORDON/LEES, Catherine - D3/4/1847 - 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, Elizabeth M'Neil, relict of James M'Clure, weaver, aged 66 years.

GORDON, Sir Charles - D25/9/1845 - At his Residence, 6, Albyn place, Edinburgh, on the 25th ult., Sir Charles Gordon, of Drumnin, Island of Mull, for many years universally known and respected, apart from his status in society and professional engagements, as Secretary of the Highland Society of Scotland.

GORDON, Charles L. - D27/2/1852 - At Culvennan, on the 20th ult., Charles L. Gordon, aged 15 months, and at same place on the 27 ult., Agnes M. Gordon, aged 3 years, and 5 months, children of Mr James Gordon, farmer.

GORDON, Eliza - D9/4/1845 - At Gatehouse, on the 9th instant, of consumption, in the 17th year of her age, Eliza, a very interesting young woman, daughter of Widow John Gordon, there.

GORDON, Eliza - D6/2/1847 - At sea, on board of the ship, Duke of Roxburgh, bound for Australia, on the 6th Feb. last aged 27, Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr Mathew Gordon, Chapleton, Borgue, near Kirkcudbright, whose premature decease is unfeignedly mourned by relatives and others.

GORDON, Elizabeth - D21/2/1879 - At Kirkinner Village, on the 21st ult., Elizabeth Gordon, youngest daughter of the late John Gordon, aged 30 years.

GORDON/M’ILWRICK, Ellen - D20/12/1883 - At Arusheen, on the 20th inst., Ellen M'Ilwrick, wife of the late John Gordon, farmer, aged 78 years.

GORDON/EVANS, Frances Emma Valentina Gordon - D22/3/1847 - At Ansford House, Somersetshire, on the 22d ult,. Frances Emma Valentina Gordon, formerly of Holm and Shirmers, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, and widow of the late Col. George Evans, of Brickley, Suffolk.

GORDON, Gilbert - D17/3/1844 - At Kirkalla, parish of Penninghame, on the 17th inst., Mr Gilbert Gordon, farmer, at the advanced aged of 93 years - justly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.

GORDON/STROYAN, Grace - D15/3/1843 - At Glenluce, on the 15th inst., aged 67, Grace Gordon, spouse of William Stroyan - much respected, and deeply regretted.

GORDON/M'DOWALL, Grace - D23/1/1878 - At Drumglass, on the 23rd inst., after a short illness, born with Christian patience, Grace Gordon, aged 64 years, wife of John M'Dowall, farmer there, and late of Meadowpark, Ballantrae.

GORDON/M'HAFFIE, Isabella - D8/12/1846 - At Wigtown, on the 8th inst., Isabella, wife of George M'Haffie, Esq., of Corsemalzie, and youngest daughter of the late Rev. William Gordon, of Balmeg, minister of Anwoth, aged 66 years.

GORDON, Isabella - D11/2/1869 - At Kirkcudbright,on the11th instant, Isabella, third daughter of the late Rev. James Gordon, minister of Borgue - friends will please accept this intimation.

GORDON, James - D27/5/1843 - At Balcary, on the 27th ult., James Gordon, Esq., of Culvennan, the senior retired Judge of the late Commissary Court of Edinburgh, in the 72d year of his age.

GORDON, James - D27/5/1843 - At Balcarry House, on Saturday morning, the 27th ult., James Gordon, Esq., of Culvennan, the senior retired Judge of the Commissary Court of Edinburgh, aged (Inserted June 8,1843)

GORDON, Sir James - D24/12/1843 - At Letterfourie House, on the 24th ultimo, Sir James Gordon of Gordon and Letterfourie, Bart., Premier Baronet of Scotland. He is succeeded by his eldest son, now Sir William Gordon of Gordonston and Letterfourie, Bart., a Captain in her Majesty's 66th Regiment of Foot.

GORDON, James - D3/8/1845 - At Castle Douglas, on the 3d instant, James Gordon, grocer.

GORDON, James - D19/8/1855 - At Gatehouse - of - Fleet, on the 19th instant, Mr James Gordon, joiner and cartwright there, aged 46 years.

GORDON/BARRY, Jane - D14/2/1846 - At Chapelton Borgue, on the 14th inst., after a tedious illness, Mrs Jane Barry, wife of Mr Mathew Gordon - deeply regretted.

GORDON/SPROAT, Jane - D23/4/1847 - At St. Mary's Street, Kirkcudbright, on the 23d ult., in her 79th year, Mrs Jane Sproat, widow of Mr William Gordon, late farmer in Hazelfield, in the parish of Rerrick.

GORDON/HERON, Jane - D8/7/1855 - At Begbie, parish of Kirkmabreck, on the 8th instant, Jane Heron, wife of James Gordon, late in Clauchread, aged 72 years.

GORDON, Jane Boyd - D21/10/1867 - At Culhorn, on the 21st inst., Mrs Jane Boyd Gordon.

GORDON, Janet - D26/2/1845 - At Culhorn Mains, yesterday, at 10 o'clock, after a very short illness, aged 22, Janet, eldest daughter of Abram Gordon.

GORDON, Janet - D13/2/1851 - At her residence, Balcary, Kirkcudbrightshire, on the 13th instant, Janet, widow of James Gordon of Culvennan, Esq., aged 58.

GORDON/GRIERSON, Jean - D14/10/1843 - At Kirkbean Village, on the 14th inst., Jean Grierson, relict of Mr James Gordon, joiner, Picton, North America, at a very advanced age.

GORDON, Sir John - D6/1/1843 - At Earlston House, Borgue, on the 6th inst., in the 63d year of his age, Sir John Gordon, Baronet.

GORDON, John - D31/7/1855 - At Lochryan Lighthouse, on the 31st ult., John, aged 2(-) years, son of Mr George Gordon, principal lightkeeper there. Friends at a distance will please accept this intimation.

GORDON, Julia Cecile - D8/3/1852 - At Hampton Court Palace, on the 8th instant, Julia Cecile, third daughter of Lord Henry Gordon.

GORDON, Maggie Ferguson - D23/3/1876 - At the Back Bull Inn, Newton-Stewart, on the 23rd inst., Maggie Ferguson, youngest daughter of Mr James Gordon, aged 2 years.

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

GORDON/M’QUAKER, Margaret - D21/5/1844 - At Daltonzan, parish of Colmonell, on the 21st instant, Margaret Gordon, aged 77 years, relict of James M'Quaker, late farmer, Cragenmochie, Comonell.

GORDON/STEWART, Margaret - D27/2/1873 - At Queen Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 27th ult., Margaret Stewart, widow of the late Mr James Gordon, innkeeper, aged 86 years.

GORDON/GLENDONWYN, Lady Mary - D18/5/1845 - At Letterfourie House, on the 18th instant, Lady Gordon, eldest daughter of the deceased Wm. Glendowyn of Glendowyn and Parton, Esq., and widow of the late Sir James Gordon of Gordonston and Letterfourie, Baronet, Premier Baronet of Scotland. (Sir James Gordon, 8th Baron of Letterfourie married Mary Glendonwyn circa 1801 who died May 18, 1845 as per stirnet.com)

GORDON, Mary - D25/7/1851 - On the 25th current at Chapelton, Borgue, after a lingering illness, borne with steady fortitude and placid resignation, Mary, eldest surviving daughter of Mr Matthew Gordon, farmer and grazier there.

GORDON/M'LELLAN, Nicholas - D6/10/1844 - At Glasgow, on the 6th inst., after a short illness, Nicholas Gordon, aged 56, wife of Mr John M'Lellan, late in Mains of Duchrae, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.

GORDON, Penelope Janet - D26/6/1846 - At Culraven, Borgue on the 26th ult., after a brief illness, Penelope Janet, infant daughter of Mr Thomas Gordon, farmer there.

GORDON, Samuel - D4/1/1843 - At the Infirmary, Dumfries, on the 4th inst., Mr Samuel Gordon, late schoolmaster at Milton of Urr, aged 34 years.

GORDON, Samuel - D31/7/1843 - At Chapelton Village, on the 31st ult., after a short illness, aged 62, Mr Samuel Gordon, who was the only surviving brother of the late Rev. James Gordon, minister of Brogue, and was much respected.

GORDON, Samuel - D22/2/1852 - At Barsyard, Buittle, on the 22d ultimo, Samuel, eldest son of James Gordon, farmer there.

GORDON, Thomas - D28/6/1844 - At Chapelton Borgue, on the 28th ult., after a lingering illness, borne with becoming fortitude and calm resignation, aged 27, Thomas Gordon, M.D., (recently of Maidstone in Kent), eldest son of Mr Matthew Gordon.

GORDON, Thomas - D10/3/1878 - At Glenluce, on the 10th inst., Mr Thomas Gordon, aged 70 years.

GORDON-CUMMING, Amelia - D23/8/1852 - At Rothesay, on the 23d ult., Miss Amelia Cumming, daughter of the late Sir Alexander Penrose Cumming Gordon, of Altyre and Gordonstown, Baronet.

GORDON, W.B.I. - D1/9/1845 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 1st inst., W.B.I. Gordon, Esq., of Larglanglee.

GORDON, Wilhelmina - D28/7/1846 - At Plunton Mains, Borgue, on the 28th ultimo, after a lingering illness, in her 16th year, Miss Wilhelmina Gordon, grand-daughter to Mr Allan M'Ewen, much regretted by her relatives and friends.

GORDON, Miss William B.I. - D28/7/46 - At Plunton Mains, Borgue, on the 28th ultimo, Miss William B.I. Gordon, in her 16th year, daughter of the late Wm. B.I. Gordon, Esq., Provost of Kirkcudbright, much and deeply regretted by many friends and relatives.

GORDON, William - D24/2/1846 - At Portpatrick, on the 24th inst., Mr William Gordon, of the Downshire Arms Inn, at an advanced age - much and justly regretted.

GORMAIN, William - D1/4/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 1st inst., William Gormain, waterman.

GORRIE, Robert - D10/5/1843 - At his house, Bank Street, Dumfries, on the 10th inst., Mr Robert Gorrie, after a brief illness brought on by cold, which no one in its origin had the slightest apprehension would terminate fatally. The deceased is much and deservedly lamented by a wide and most respectable circle of acquaintances.

GOUDIE, Mr. - D13/1/1846 - At Portwilliam, Edwin, son of Mr Thomas Leigh, aged 2 1/2 years; same place, on the 13th inst., Mr Goudie, aged 41; and, same day, Richard, son of Mr John Beckets, aged 18.

GOUDIE, Mrs - D27/4/1846 - At Portwilliam, on the 27th ult., Mrs Goudie, relict of the late Mr Goudie, long tenant of Killantrae, aged 81.

GOUDIE, Agnes - D6/5/1860 - At Portwilliam, on the 6th instant, Miss Agnes Goudie, aged 59 years. she was much respected while living, and her death is deeply regretted.

GOUDIE/HILL, Elizabeth - D29/11/1847 - At Port-Logan, on the 29th ult., Elizabeth Goudie, wife of James Hill, blacksmith there.

GOUDIE/HASTINGS, Flora - D20/9/1843 - At Burns's Cottage, Alloway, on the 20th instant, Flora Hastings, aged 79, relict of Mr John Goudie, the well-known landlord of the birth-place of Burns.

GOUDIE, James - D6/4/1846 - At Portwilliam, on the 5th instant, Mr Wm. M'Lellan, aged 72; and on the 6th instant, Mr James Goudie, late tenant of Killantrae, aged 87.

GOUDIE, William - D6/1/1845 - At Maybole, on the 6th current, Mr William Goudie, merchant, in the 60th year of his age.

GOUDIE, William - D18/8/1857 - Drowned at sea, on the 18th August last, having been washed off the jib boom of the ship(Gartsmore) (Carnsmere), of Liverpool, William, eldest son of the late Mr Goudie, farmer Kildarroch, Kirkinner. (The name of the ship is possibly “Cainsmore” as there were numerous ships bearing that name and none bearing the name Gartsmore or Carnsmere as per googling the Internet)

GOUGH/OSBORNE, Sarah - D12/6/1850 - Here, at Glen Street, on the 12th instant, aged 80 years, Sarah Gough, relict of the late John Osborne of Armagh.

GOURLAY, Alex. - D22/11/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 22d ult., after a short illness, at the venerable age of 95, Mr Alex. Gourlay, flesher, who was the oldest person in the parish.

GOURLAY, James - D17/1/1867 - At 42 George Street, on the 17th instant, James, aged 3 years and 2 months, only son of Mr Alexander Gourlay, watchmaker and jeweller.

GOURLAY, Jane - D17/12/1883 - At Cotroach, Isle of Whithorn, the residence of her nephew, Mr Martin; on the 17th inst., Jane Gourlay, the last survivor of the family of the late John Gourlay, Esq., Stannock. - Deeply and universally regretted.

GOURLAY/M’ILWRAITH, Margaret - D6/4/1889 - Here at 10 Academy Street, on the 6th inst. Margaret M'Ilwraith, relict of James Gourlay, watchmaker, Newton-Stewart, aged 92 years.

GOURLAY/AGNEW, Stewart - D30/7/1846 - At 116, Renfrew Street, Glasgow, on the 30th ult., Mrs Stewart Agnew, wife of Mr Peter Gourlay, jun., High Street, Kirkcudbright.

GOW, John Horne - D7/11/1844 - At Bedford, on the 7th inst., John Horne Gow, Esq., formerly of No 31, Great Marlborough Street, London, grandson of the late Neil Gow.

GOWAN/M'MILLAN, Jane - D11/11/1844 - At Garliestown, on the 11th instant, Jane Gowan, relict of Anthony M'Millan, aged 77.

GOWAN(POTTS), Joseph ?Potts? - D25/12/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 25th ult., Joseph Potts, son of Mrs Gowan, Irish Street.

GOWAN/M'HARG, Mary - D25/10/1844 - At Whitecairn, Glenluce, on the 25th inst., Mary Gowan, wife of Thomas M'Harg, late farmer in Gass, Kirkcowan.

GOWANLOCK, Barbara - D18/5/1844 - At Bark Street, Little Bolton, on Tuesday, the 18th ultimo, Barbara, the beloved wife of Mr William Gowanlock, aged 33 years.

GOWANLOCK, Margaret Cuthbertson - D2/10/1844 - At Annan, on the 2d inst., Margaret Cuthbertson, infant daughter of Mr Wm. Gowanlock, aged 5 months.

GOWANS/RODAN, Margaret - D9/9/1843 - At Glasgow, on the 9th ult., Margaret Gowans, wife of Thomas Rodan, late joiner and postmaster at Pleasance of Kirkmichael, Dumfries shire.

GOWER, R.F. - D12/9/1884 - At Castle Malgwyn, South Wales, on the 12th inst., R.F. Gower, Esq., aged 89 years.

GOWN, George - D20/12/1846 - At Garliestown, on the 20th inst., George Gown, joiner, aged 71 years.

GRACIE, John - D18/6/1843 - At St. John's, Antigua, on the 18th June, on board the brig "Campbell of Whitehaven", of lock-jaw, accasioned by a splinter entering the foot, John Gracie, aged 19 years, son of William Gracie, grain-dealer, Castle-Douglas.

GRACIE/HASTINGS, Mary - D24/4/1844 - At Thornhill, on the 24th ult., Mary Gracie, relict of James Hastings, aged 76 years. It may be interesting to the public to know, that the deceased lost both father and mother by the upsetting of the ferry boat crossing the Nith(where the Thornhill bridge now stands), in February, 1773 - an event that cast a great gloom around the whole neighbourhood, there being four males and three females lost at the same time.

GRACIE, Samuel - D21/11/1843 - At Blackacre, Kirkmichael, on the 21st inst., Mr Samuel Gracie.

GRAEME, Dr. - in WFP D4/3/1852 - At Glasgow, recently, Dr Graeme, - a distinguished contributor to the well known collections of Scottish humour and song - The Laird of Logan and Whistlebinkie.

GRAHAM, Professor - D8/8/1845 - At Coldoch, on the 8th inst., Dr Graham, Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh.

GRAHAM, Mrs. - D30/8/1845 - At Port Logan, on the 29th ult., Mrs Graham.

GRAHAM/RENNIE, Agnes - D1/3/1847 - At Ballochmorrie, Colmonell, on the 1st instant, Agnes Graham, wife of Mr David Rennie.

GRAHAM/NIVEN, Agnes - D20/1/1867 - At Mahaar, Kirkcolm, on the 20th instant, Agnes Niven, relict of Mr Matthew Graham, late farmer in Turnberry Warren, Kirkoswald, Ayrshire.

GRAHAM, Mrs Andrew - D12/11/1844 - At Colebrooke, Brookesborough, on the 12th inst., the wife of Mr Andrew Graham, land-steward.

GRAHAM/GOODFELLOW, Catherine - D30/3/1891 - At Whithorn, on the 30th ult. Catherine Graham, beloved wife of Thomas Goodfellow, flesher, aged 47 years.

GRAHAM, Charles - D2/2/1843 - At Dumfries, on Thursday, the 2d inst., aged 3 years and 4 months, Charles, son of Mr George Graham, cabinet-maker.

GRAHAM, Ed... - D9/2/1861 - At Cally Saw Mill, Gatehouse, on the 9th inst., Ed....aged 12 years, son of Mr Graham, architect, Cally .....

GRAHAM/JARDINE, Elizabeth - D8/8/1843 - At Lochmaben, on the 8th inst., Elizabeth Jardine, relict of the late Provost Graham, aged 81.

GRAHAM, Elizabeth - D2/3/1844 - Ar Mumbiehirst, parish of Cannonbie, on the 2d inst., very suddenly, Elizabeth Graham, aged 28 years.

GRAHAM/CALDWELL, Elizabeth - D29/11/1846 - At Polcardoch, parish of Ballantrae, on the 29th ult., Elizabeth Caldwell, wife of Mr David Graham, farmer.

GRAHAM/MARTIN, Elizabeth - D3/4/1847 - 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, Elizabeth M'Neil, relict of James m'Clure, weaver, aged 66 years.

GRAHAM, George - D24/4/1847 - At Toll-Bar Cottage, Gatehouse, on the 24th ult., Mr George Graham, advanced in years.

GRAHAM/DICKSON, Helen - D1/1/1845 - At Creetown, on the 1st inst., at the advanced age of 94, Helen Graham, a native of Gretna, and relict of Wm. Dickson, formerly of Kirkliston, Cumberland.

GRAHAM, J???? - D27/7/1853 - At Auchencairn, Rerwick, on the 27th ult, J---- Graham, aged 18 years, fourth son of John Graham, mason.

GRAHAM, James - D19/5/1843 - At Justinlees, near Annan, on the 19th inst., James Graham, farmer there, aged 87 - much respected.

GRAHAM, James - D7/8/1847 -At Reading, on the 7th inst., aged 31, Mr James Graham, civil engineer, third son of the late John Graham architect, Castle Douglas.

GRAHAM/M’VITTIE, Jane - D6/8/1844 - at Langholm, on the 6th inst, Jane Graham, spouse of Thomas M'Vittie, joiner there.

GRAHAM/LITTLE, Jane - D11/1/1846 - At Renfrew Street, Glasgow, on the 11th instant, Jane, relict of James Graham, Esq., manufacturer, Glasgow, and daughter of the late Provost Little, Annan.

GRAHAM/M'GILL, Jeannie - D5/2/1887 - At Burnbank Gardens, Glagow, suddenly, on the 5th inst., Jeannie M'Gill, wife of William N. Graham.

GRAHAM, John - D25/4/1846 - At the Globe Inn, Dumfries, on the 25th inst., Mr John Graham, landlord of the above establishment - immortalized as the quondam residence of Burns.

GRAHAM, John - D9/5/1865 - At Gallahill, Inch, on the 9th inst., Mr John Graham, aged 36 years.

GRAHAM, Mary - D12/4/1844 - At Bogburn, Kirkandrews-on-Esk., on Friday Last, Mrs Mary Graham, in child-bed, aged 38.

GRAHAM, Mary - D29/5/1845 - At Annan, on the 29th ult., Mary, eldest daughter of Mr William Graham, of the Coach and Horses Inn, after two days' illness.

GRAHAM/MILROY, Rachel - D18/11/1891 - At Brighton Farm, Bargrennan, on the 18th ult., Rachel Graham, relict of Mr John Milroy.

GRAHAM, Sarah - D8/3/1873 - At Gallahill, Inch, on the 8th inst., Sarah Graham, wife of Mr Thomas Graham, aged 81 years.

GRAHAM, Thomas - D16/3/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 16th ult., in the prime of life, Mr Thomas Graham, teacher, son of Mr David Graham, Buransbrigg, Kirkmichael - deeply regretted.

GRAHAM, Thomas - D16/1/1867 - At Crouse, Old Luce, on the 16th instant, Mr Thomas Graham, labourer.

GRAHAM, Thomas - D14/10/1867 - At Glenluce, on the 14th instant, Thomas, infant son of Mr Alex Graham.

GRAHAM, W. Jardine - D26/11/1844 - Drowned, by the upsetting of a boat in Auckland Bay, New Zealand, on the 26th November, 1844, in the 17th year of his age, Mr W. Jardine Graham, only son of the late Matthew Graham, Esq., of Priesthead, and grandson of the late Rev. Henry Laurie, minister of Lochmaben, Dumfries shire. Friends will accept of this notice.

GRAHAM, Dr. William - D2/5/1843 - At Longtown, Cumberland, on the 2d inst., in the prime of life, William Graham, Esq., surgeon.

GRAHAM, William - D28/1/1847 - At Halestane, near Thornhill, on the 28th ultimo, Mr William Graham, at an advanced age.

GRAHAM, William Stirling - D19/12/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 19th instant, William Stirling Graham, Esq., of Dunt--ne.

GRAHAME, Hannah - D23/11/1843 - At the Moat of Anaan, on the 23d inst., Miss Hannah Grahame, daughter of the author of "The Sabbath," in the prime of life.

GRAINGER/WILSON, Catherine - D6/6/1887 - At the Stanley Hospital, Liverpool, on the 6th inst, Catherine Grainger, the beloved wife of Robert Wilson, late of Newton-Stewart, N.B. aged 64 years.

GRAINGER, Mr. R. - D10/2/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 10th inst., aged 85, Mr R.Grainger, china merchant, and late Convener of the Trades.

GRANDISON, Dr. - in the WFP D9/7/1846 - At Paris, at the advanced age of ninety two, Dr. Grandison, eminent for his successful researches on the nervous system.

GRANGE/CLOCHER, Janet - D26/6/1846 - At Harbour Street, Girvan on the 26th ult., Janet Grange, relict of the late Mr James Clocher, miller.

GRANGE/NICHOL, Jean - D21/1/1864 - At Craighlaw Mains, Kirkcowwan, on the 21st instant, Jean Grange, wife of Mr Thomas Nichol, farmer.

GRANGE/M'GEACHIN, Martha - D19/9/1867 - At 16 Content Street, Wallacetown, Ayr, on the 19th instant, Martha Grange, relict of Mr Robert M'Geachin, builder, in the 73rd year of her age.

GRANT, Alexander - D25/1/1843 - At Byreburnside, parish of Cannobie, on the 25th ult., Alexander Grant, aged 84.

GRANT, Caroline Louisa - D7/2/1850 - At Milton House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, on the 7th ultimo, Caroline Louisa, wife of the Hon. James Grant, second son of the Earl of Seafield.

GRANT/MITCHELL, Isabella - D7/1/1845 - At Ladybank, Ayr, on the 7th instant, Mrs Isabella Mitchell, relict of the Rev. Patrick Grant of

Kirkmichael, and mother of the Rev. Wm. Grant, of the Ayr and Wallacetown Free Church.

GRANT/McTAGGART, Isabella - D16/7/1851 - At Campbelton, on the 16th inst. Isabella Mactaggart, relict of John Grant, Esq. distiller there.

GRANT, Sir James Robert - D10/1/1864 - At Basford Vicarage, Notts, on the 10th instant, (sud)denly, Sir James Robert Grant, C.B. K.H., of ....Hill, Cumberland, in the 91st year of his age.

GRAVES, Captain ? - D7/9/1865 - At (Creetown) on the 7th instant, Captain ? Graves of Liverpool, in the (46)th year of his age.

GRAY, Adam Sr. - D29/5/1843 - At Barstibly, Tongland, on the 29th ult., after a lingering illness, Mr Adam Gray, sen. - much regretted by his family and friends.

GRAY, Mrs Adam - D25/6/1846 - At Lodge, Farm, near Castle-Douglas, on the 25th ult., after a long illness, Mrs Gray, widow of Mr Adam Gray, much regretted.

GRAY, Rev. Alexander - D24/10/1897 - At the Free Church Manse, Craig, Dunscore, on the 24th ult., the Rev. Alexander Gray, aged 43 years.

GRAY, Captain Andrew - D21/11/1844 - At Ayr, on the 21st inst., Captain Andrew Gray, late of the brig "Helen" of Ayr, aged 69 years.

GRAY, David - D23/9/1845 - At his father's house, Ayr, on the 23d ult., David, aged 21, late merchant in Greenock, fourth son of Mr William Gray, ironmonger, Ayr.

GRAY, David - D23/9/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 23d ult., far advanced in years, Mr David Gray, spirit merchant, &c., who was widely known and highly respected.

GRAY/GARDNER, Jane - D16/8/1844 - At Meadow Place, Edinburgh, on the 16th inst., Jane Gray, widow of the Rev. James Gardner, minister of Tweedsmuir, Peebles-shire.

GRAY, James - D2/11/1844 - At Polmont, Stirlingshire, on the 2d inst., James Gray, Esq., one of the proprietors, and for many years manager, of the "North British Advertiser" - aged 50 years.

GRAY, James - D27/5/1845 - At his house, 20, Barnes Street, Ayr, on the 27th ult., after an illness of considerable duration, James Gray, Esq., late of Ayr Academy, aged 66 years. Mr Gray, during nearly 40 years, conducted the department of Arithmetic, &c in that institution, with singular ability and success.

GRAY, James - D11/4/1860 At Callao, South America, on the 11th April, James, second son of the late Mr M. Gray, blacksmith, Innermessan, Inch.

GRAY, Jessie - D9/11/1854 - Here, at Laurel Bank, on the 9th instant, after a short illness, Jessie, aged 7 years, second daughter of Mr John Gray, joiner - much regretted.

GRAY, Jessie (Campbell) - D13/12/1858 - At Hillhead, here, on the 13th instant, Jessie (Campbell?) youngest daughter of Mr John Gray, joiner, aged 9 years and 3 months.

GRAY, John - in WFP D16/5/1844 - At Bridekirk of Annan,, last week, John Gray, weaver, advanced in years after a protracted illness.

GRAY, John - D27/3/1845 - At Ironlosh, in the parish of Balmaclellan, on the 27th ult., John, youngest son of Mr Wm. Gray, farmer there, aged 3 years - being an interval of only ten days since the death of his mother.

GRAY/CRAIG, Margaret - D17/3/1845 - At Ironlosh, parish of Balmaclellan on the 17th inst., aged 43, Margaret, wife of Mr William Gray, and eldest daughter or Mr John Craig, late tenant of Knocklae - much regretted.

GRAY/M’DOUALL, Marion - D30/3/1863 - At Clauchanmore,, Stoneykirk, on the 30th ult., aged 86 years, Marion Gray, relict of Mr James M'Douall, late farmer Genoch.

GRAY, Mary - D8/1/1845 - At Mossend, parish of Coylton, on the 8th inst., Mary, aged 13, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Gray, farmer in Mains of Knockdon.

GRAY/BOYLE, Mary - D2/5/1845 - At Cranberry Moss, Kilwinning, on the 2d inst., Mrs Mary Boyle, relict of the late James Gray, Esq., manufacturer, Glasgow.

GRAY, Michael - D28/8/1852 - At Innermessan, parish of Inch, on the 28th ult., Mr Michael Gray, blacksmith. During a long life he uniformly preserved the respect of the district in which he resided, and his death is deeply regretted by a numerous circle of acquaintances.

GRAY, William - D27/10/1844 - At Irvine, on the 27th inst., Wm. Gray, Esq., of Altonhead, merchant in Irvine, aged 72.

GREEN, Hannah - D8/3/1874 - At Castlewigg, Whithorn, on the 8th inst. aged 37 years, Hannah Green, housekeeper to Joseph Fenton, Esq..

GREGAN/MARTIN, Elizabeth - D2/5/1845 - At Dalbeattie, on the 2d inst., Elizabeth Martin, relict of the late John Gregan, shoemaker, aged 74.

GREGORY/CATLIN, Clara - At Paris, on the 20th ult., Clara Bartlett Gregory, wife of Mr Catlin, the eminent traveller, so distinguished for his researches into Indian history and antiquities of America. This lady was her husband's fellow - traveller for the three last years of his wanderings amongst the Indians of North America. During that time she kept her journal of their travels for 13,000 miles along the Indian frontiers, embracing between 3000 miles of north and south latitude. (Clarrisa Bartlett Gregory married George Catlin on May 28, 1828 as per Randy)

GREGORY, Duncan - in WFP D14/3/1844 - DEATH OF DUNCAN GREGORY, ESQ - we are sorry to have to announce the death of Duncan Gregory, Esq., M.A. of Trinity college, Cambridge. He was the youngest son of the late Dr James Gregory (who so long kept up the fame of Edinburgh University as a medical school, and inherited the mathematical talent of his ancestor, the inventor of the Gregorian telescope.

GREEN, Samuel Kirkpatrick - D1/10/1845 - At Edinburgh, on the 1st inst., Mr Samuel Kirkpatrick Green, merchant, Castle-Douglas - highly respected.

GRETNEY/HANNAY, Isabella - D23/3/1874 - At Wigtown, on the 23rd inst. Isabella Hannay, wife of Mr Andrew Gretney, coachman.

GREIG, George - D4/5/1846 - At Balneholne, parish of Colmonell, on the 4th instant, George, son of William Greig, in the prime of life, after a lingering illness.

GREIG, Janet - D2/6/1846 - At the Manse of Kirkpatrick Durham, on the 2d inst., Janet, second daughter of the Rev. George Greig - aged 12 years.

GREIG, Robert - D8/10/1845 - At Dalmellington, on the 8th inst., Mr Robert Greig, sen., after severe bodily suffering.

GRIEGSON, Mrs - D3/11/1843 - At Midtown of Kelton, on the 3d inst., Mrs Grierson, aged 81 years.

GRIER/L--DON, Isabella - D23/8/1855 - At Gatehouse, on the 23d instant, Isabella Grier, aged 81 years, relict of the late Mr Samuel L--don, joiner.

GRIERSON, Mrs - D23/9/1843 - At Helensburgh, on the 23d inst., Mrs Grierson of Larbreck, in the parish of Irongray.

GRIERSON, Adam - D30/3/1843 - At Burnfoot of Cloudan, on the 30th ult. Adam Grierson, Esq. of Burnfoot, formerly of Glasgow, aged 67 years.

GRIERSON, Agnes - D20/3/1847 - At Ayr, on Saturday, the 20th ult., Miss Agnes Grierson, daughter of the late Thos. Grierson, Esq., of Garroch.

GRIERSON/BRIDGES, Agnes - D6/1/1853 - At Castle Douglas, on the 6th inst., Agnes Bridges spouse of Mr John Grierson, Torrs of Kelton.

GRIERSON, Alexander - D20/6/1846 - At Priestbury, Cheshire, on the 20th ult., aged 42 years, Mr Alexander Grierson of Manchester, third son of the late Mr William Grierson of Dalbeattie.

GRIERSON, Barbara - D1/4/1845 - At Oak Street, Manchester, on the 1st instant, Miss Barbara Grierson, second daughter of the late Mr Wm. Grierson, of Dabeattie.

GRIERSON/SLOAN, Barbara - D26/6/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 26th ultimo, Barbara Sloan, relict of John Grierson, Esq..

GRIERSON/KNIGHT, Elizabeth - D15/10/1844 - At Friars' Vennel, Dumfries, on Tuesday, the 15th inst., aged 68, Elizabeth Grierson, wife of Mr Edward Knight.

GRIERSON, Grace - D??/7/1843 - At Laporte, Indiana State, U.S., in July last, Grace, eldest daugher of Mr James Grierson, farmer, formerly of Ruthwell, but now a settler in Indiana State.

GRIERSON/KEYDEN, Helen - D17/5/1845 - At Helensburgh, on the 17th instant, Mrs Helen Grierson, relict of the Rev. James Keyden, minister of Keir, Dumfries shire.

GRIERSON, James - D26/2/1845 - At Newcastle, on the 26th ult., James Grierson, Esq, of Dalgoner, in his 90th year.

GRIERSON, Jane B----e - D12/4/1853 - At Edinburgh, on the 12th instant, Jane B----e, (wife?)of Lieut.-Colonel Grierson of Bardennoch, Dumfries, aged 52 years. (Husbands name most probably William Grierson as per Randy from the Internet)

GRIERSON, Janet - in the WFP D19/11/1846 - At Carlinwark, near Castle-Douglas, at an advanced age, Mrs Janet Grierson, widow of Mr Wm. Grierson, formerly gardener at Knockbrex, Borgue - much respected.

GRIERSON, Janet - 16/1/1855 - On the 16th ultimo, at Townhead of Greenlaw, Castle Douglas, aged 64, Janet, wife of Mr George Grierson.

GRIERSON/FERGUSSON, Jean - D10/1/1843 - At Dunriggan, on the 10th inst., Mrs Jean Fergusson, relict of Alex. Grierson, merchant there.

GRIERSON/GORDON, Jean - D14/10/1843 - At Kirkbean Village, on the 14th inst., Jean Grierson, relict of Mr James Gordon, joiner, Picton, North America, at a very advanced age.

GRIERSON, John - D13/3/1843 - At his house, in Academy Street, Dumfries, on the 13th curt., Mr John Grierson, late of Dalmellington, aged 67.

GRIERSON, John - D30/11/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 30th ult., Mr John Grierson, of the Admiral Duncan Tavern, in the prime of life - deeply and deservedly regretted.

GRIERSON, John - D16/5/1845 - At Dempaterton, parish of Dunscore, on the 16th curt., John Grierson, aged 25 years.

GRIERSON/WATSON, Margaret - D18/12/1843 - At Dumfries, same day, Margaret Grierson, wife of Mr John Watson, sheriff-officer.

GRIERSON/HERON, Mary - D3/12/1846 - At Gatehouse, on the 3d inst., after a protracted illness, Mary Grierson, relict of the late Anthony Heron, aged 76 years.

GRIERSON/MENZIES, Sarah - D25/4/1843 - On the 25th ult., Sarah Grierson, wife of Mr John Menzies, long and faithful servant at Holestain, parish of Durrisdeer.

GRIERSON, Rev. Thomas - D15/7/1854 - At Kirkbean Manse, on the 15th instant, the Rev. Thomas Grierson, A.M..

GRIERSON, Mr.W. - D26/7/1845 - At Lochvale, Dumfries, on the 26th ult., Mr W. Grierson, late farmer in Shillahill, Dryfesdale, at an advanced age.

GRIERSON, William - D14/6/1844 - At Grennan Mill, Dalry, on th 14th instant, aged 38, William Grierson (son of Mr Alexander Grierson, farmer and miller), late tea-dealer, Pontefract, Yorkshire.

GRIERSON, Wm. - D25/4/1850 - At Torhousemuir, Wigtown, on the 25th ult, Mr Wm. Grierson, schoolmaster.

GRIERSON, William - D28/8/1860 - At Luss on Lochlomond, on Tuesday, the 28th ult., William Grierson, Esq., of Glasgow, in the 40th year of his age.

GRIEVE/STEVENSON, Mrs. - D11/5/1845 - At Kilmarnock, on the 11th inst., Mrs Stevenson, relict of the late Robert Grieve, Esq., tobacconist.

GRIEVE/DONALD, Agnes - D9/10/1845 - At Drongan mains, parish of Stair, on the 9th current, Agnes Donald, relict of the late Mr Wm. Grieve.

GRIEVE, Archibald - D6/11/1843 - At Moffat, very suddenly, on the 6th inst., Mr Archibald Grieve, tailor.

GRIEVE/SCOTT, Janet - D10/1/1844 - At No. 4, John Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, on the 10th curt,. Janet Scott, wife of Mr John Grieve, late of Moffat, Dumfries-shire - much and deservedly regretted.

GRIEVE, Margaret - D10/3/1845 - At Kilmarnock, on the 10th inst., Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Robert Grieve, Esq., tobacco manufacturer.

GRIEVE, Mary - D11/6/1843 - At Langholm, on the 6th curt, Walter, and on the 11th, Mary, twin son and daughter of Mr James Grieve, grocer there, aged 11 months.

GRIEVE, Walter - D6/6/1843 - At Langholm, on the 6th curt, Walter, and on the 11th, Mary, twin son and daughter of Mr James Grieve, grocer there, aged 11 months.

GRIFFIN, Mrs - D27/1/1844 - At Cairnside, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 27th ult., Mrs Griffin, aged 48, after a lingering illness.

GRIFFIN/MILNAY, E. - D1/2/1844 - At Wigtown, on the 1st curt., aged 91 years, E. Milnay, relict of John Griffin, beadle there for upwards of half a century, and who used to boast that he was the oldest member of the Wigtown Presbytery. The deceased was the oldest person in Wigtown, and could tell many amusing anecdotes of the civic doings in the burgh in bygone days.

GRIFFIN/CAIRD, Elizabeth - D2/7/1887 - Here, at 12 Backrampart, on the 2nd inst, Elizabeth Griffin, relict of John Caird, clerk - Friends omitted, please accept this intimation.

GRIFFIN, James - D15/2/1850 - At Wigtown, on the 15th instant, James Griffin, aged 60 years.

GRIFFIN/STEWART, Jane - D16/6/1887 - At Carseminnoch, Minnigaff, on the 16th inst., Jane Stewart, wife of Anthony Griffin, aged 68 years.

GRIFFINS, Mary - D23/12/1844 - At Carinside, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 23d instant, Mary Griffins, aged two years.

GRIFFIN/McLAUREN, Mary - D19/3/1876 - At Wigtown, on the 19th inst., Mary McLauren wife of Treasurer Griffin.

GRIFFIN, William - D24/11/1891 - At Challochmun, Old-Luce, on the 24th ult., William Griffin, aged 79 years.

GROSS, Mary - D7/11/1845 - At 19, Wellington Square, Ayr, on the 7th inst., Mary second daughter of the late S. Gross, Esq..

GROTNA/HANNAY, Isabella - D23/3/1874 - At Main Street, Wigtown, on the 23rd ult. Isabella Hannay, wife of Mr Andrew (Grotna), aged 70 years.

GUILMETTE, Alexander - D28/3/1844 - At Maxwelltown, Dumfries, on the 28th ult., after a protracted and painful illness, born with Christian fortitude and patience, Alexander, eldest son of Mr L.G. Guilmette, teacher, aged 29 years, - The merits and exemplary character of the deceased, who has been for some years an apothecary, &c, in Stranraer, in every walk and obligation of life, render his early departure an event much to be regretted, and his remembrance will be long held in great esteem, by an extensive circle of acquaintances.

GUILMETTE, Lewis - D25/7/1844 - At Paris, on the 25th last, Lewis, the fourth son of Mr Guilmette, French teacher, Dumfries, after a short but severe illness, aged 25 years.

GULLINE, James - D5/1/1843 - Here, at Fisher Street, this morning, Mr James Gulline, cooper.

GULLINE/DOUGLAS, Jane - D19/12/1844 - Here, on the 19th inst., Jane Gulline, wife of Mr Alex. Douglas, draper here.

GULNETTE, Margaret - D27/1/1845 - at Maxwelltown, on the 27th ult., aged 24 years, Margaret, the wife of Mr J. W. Gulnette, chemist and druggist, after a brief and severe illness.

GUNN, Henrietta H. - D25/3/1845 - At Cally, near Gatehouse, on the 25th ult., Henrietta H. Gunn, aged 27, teacher of the school supported by Lady Ann Murray - much and deservedly regretted.

GUTHRIE, Miss - D17/4/1844 - At 2, Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 17th inst., Miss Guthrie, daughter of the late James Guthrie, Esq. of Craigie.

GUTHRIE, Mrs - D2/12/1845 - At Guthrie Castle, on the 2d inst., Mrs Guthrie of Guthrie.

GUTHRIE/MULVINE, Elizabeth - D6/9/1860 - At Whithorn, on the 6th inst., Elizabeth Mulvine, wife of Mr James Guthrie of Liverpool.

GUTHRIE, Hugh - in the WFP D30/12/1852 - Lately, at Kirkcudbright, after a tedious illness, Mr Hugh Guthrie, flesher.

GUTHRIE, James - D5/3/1852 - At Wigtown, on the 5th instant, James Guthrie, mason.

GUTHRIE/MORRISON, Janet - D10/5/1845 - At Knockshiffnock, Ochiltree, on the 10th inst., Janet Morrison, aged 24 years, wife of Mr William Guthrie, farmer there.

GUTHRIE, Janet - D4/4/1846 - At Montgomerie Street, Girvan, on the 4th inst., Janet, aged 66, wife of Mr John Guthrie, farmer.

GUTHRIE/SMITH, Mary - D24/4/1865 - At Wigtown on the 2d inst., Mary Guthrie, relict of the late Mr Andrew Smith, Castlewigg, aged 95 years.

GUTHRIE, Robert - D9/1/1867 - At Rephad, on Wednesday, 9th January, Robert Guthrie, aged 17 years.

GUTHRIE, William - D25/1/1845 - At Knockshiffnock, parish of Ochiltree, on the 25th curt., William Guthrie, in his 4th year, eldest son of Mr Wm. Guthrie, farmer there.