2. James2 BROWN (Robert1) (#227) was born Foveran parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland before February 1767.
He married Elspet DUNBAR Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 30 August 1789. (Elspet DUNBAR is #228.) Elspet was born about 1769. Elspet was the daughter of James DUNBAR and Margaret GORDON.
He was baptized Foveran parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 15 February 1767. Religion: Church of Scotland.
James BROWN and Elspet DUNBAR had the following child:
3 i. Margaret3 BROWN (#184) was born Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland before 19 March 1799. Margaret died 24 August 1859 Cairnchina, Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, at 60 years of age.(99) Her body was interred after 24 August 1859 Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.(100) She married Alexander MUNDIE in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, about 1817. (Alexander MUNDIE is #183.) Alexander was born Mill of Savoch, Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland before 20 January 1793. Alexander was the son of William MUNDIE and Christian BROWN. Alexander died 30 March 1880 Cairnchina, Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, at 87 years of age.(101) Email from Helen Barclay September 2001 to compiler states: "Your family tree does match up with Daves. I have the death certificate information of Alexander Mundie of Cairnchina Lonmay as 30th March 1880 at 93 years of age. Place of registration village of Longside 3rd April 1880. Margret Brown born 1780. so you and Dave are related. Your web site is not working tonight. Margaret Mundie must be a sister to Alexander Mundie born 1813 died 1894 married to Agnes Massie born 1813, 11 June 1886, can you check this out . By the way James's father came from Auchterless."
His body was interred after 30 March 1880 Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.(102) (See Alexander MUNDIE for the continuation of this line.)
She was baptized Lonmay parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 19 March 1799. Religion: Church of Scotland.(103) "March 19th. 1799 James Brown an unmarried man parish of Foveran had a child baptized named Margaret. Witnesses: [...Smith & Brown] Charles [Dun..]."
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