Mary Corrie, born 7 Oct 1849 in New Abbey; died 10 Jan 1872 in Locharbank farm.
Jane Corrie, baptized 28 Apr 1853 in New Abbey; died 24 Apr 1916 aged 63 in Locharbank farm; married Hugh Miller,
born 7 Mar 1855 in Lakeside, Craigie, Ayrshire, became farmer and head of household in Locharbank farm, son
of Hugh Miller, labourer, and Marion Cornduff, died 10 Jul 1938 aged 83 in Locharbank; both buried with
Margaret Caven Corrie, born 3 Apr 1806 in Lawston, Lochrutton; married 3 Dec 1840 in Kirkgunzion to James
Thomson of New Abbey.
John Corrie, born 25 Apr 1808 in Lawston, Lochrutton; mason and sculptor, carved the "Old Mortality" groups to be
found in Dumfries Observatory, in Holm farm, Balmaclellan, and in Newton Stewart Museum; resided in 1
Queensbury Street, Dumfries; died 31 Dec 1879, buried in St. Michaels churchyard, Dumfries; married 21 Aug
1833 in Dumfries to Martha Beattie; they had two children (1
) Mary, and (2
Mary Corrie, born 1838 in Dumfries.
John Corrie, born 1840 in Dumfries.
Nathaniel Corrie, born 25 Apr 1810 in Lawston, Lochrutton; graindealer in Shawhead and later in Townhead, New
Abbey; died 24 Feb 1871 in Union Street, Dalbeattie; married first Annie Millar, born 1815 in Lochrutton
daughter of William Millar, a gardener,
died 22 Apr 1863 in Townhead, New Abbey; they had ten children
) Mary, (2
) Mary, (3
) Anne, (4
) Margaret, (5
) Richard, (6
) unnamed girl, (7
) Janet Marshall,
) Isabella Primrose Wilson, (9
) Bigmore Wilson, (10
) William George. married secondly 5 Oct 1866 in Kelton
to Sarah McCulloch, born 1825 daughter of John McCulloch, joiner, and Ellen McWelsh. Sarah married secondly
29 Apr 1873 in Dalbeattie to James Jackson, basket maker, a widower aged 48.
Mary Corrie, baptized 28 Nov 1836 in New Abbey; died 14 Jan 1838 in New Abbey.
Mary Corrie, baptized 22 Feb 1839 in New Abbey; died 20 May 1908 in Criffel House, Doncaster, Yorkshire.
Anne Corrie, baptized 28 May 1840 in New Abbey.
Margaret Corrie, born 10 Jun 1843, baptized 12 Jun in New Abbey; married 13 Jul 1877 in Anderston Glasgow, to
Joseph McGuire, Joiner, of 118 Hyde Park Street, Glasgow, son of James McGuire, Joiner, and Mary Murray.
Richard Corrie, born 11 May 1845, baptized 18 May in New Abbey; draper and clothier in Doncaster, Yorkshire;
resided until 1920 in 8 Travis Street, Bridlington, Yorkshire, then in 42 Highfield Road, Doncaster; died 12
Apr 1922 in Doncaster; married first Jan-Mar 1882 in Doncaster to Martha Clayton, born 1854, died 23 Aug
1893 in Skegness, Lincolnshire; they had six children (1
) Richard Clayton, (2
) Annie Clayton,
) Maud Clayton, (4
) Jessie, (5
) Frank Ewart, (6
) Nora; married secondly 1899 in Dumfries to Jessie
Montgomery Lumsden Mill, born 1879, resided 28 Bargate, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, then 22 Netherhall Road,
Doncaster, and latterly 8 Plas Newton Lane, Chester, died 23 Jul 1965 in Dutton, Runcorn, Cheshire; they had
two children (7
) Jean Isabel Marguerite, and (8
) David Montgomery Lumsden.
The Rev. Richard Clayton Corrie, M.A., born 1 Nov 1882 in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorkshire; minister
in the Church of Scotland, Prestonkirk, East Lothian; died 1955 due to a car accident in Edinburgh; married
22 Jan 1913 in Malton, Yorkshire, to Beatrice Bradshaw, born 1880 daughter of James Edward Bradshaw and
Tejia Porter, died 8 Dec. 1957 in Edinburgh; they had one child (1
) Richard Clayton.
Richard Clayton Corrie, born 28 Mar 1918 in Malton, Yorkshire; Chartered Accountant in Eastfield, Joppa,
Edinburgh; died 23 Apr 1982 in 35 Commons Close, Newthorpe, Nottinghamshire; married 20 Nov 1944 in
Cairo, Egypt, to Evelyn Beatrice Farr who died 14 May 1994 in 10 Coach Drive, Eastwood, Nottingham.;
they had three children (1
) Richard Clayton, (2
) Michael Clayton, (3
) Joanna Frances.
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