John Rae, Coalhewer in Carntyne

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John Rae, Coalhewer in Carntyne

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Husband of Jean Mann
Father of John Rae; William Rae; Robert Rae, primus and Robert Rae, secundus

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About John Rae, Coalhewer in Carntyne

JOHN RAE

Coalhewer in Carntyne

Please note that this man is identified in four pedigrees held by My Heritage as John Rae of Little Govan. He was in fact a coalhewer in Carntyle and he has no known connection with the Little Govan estate. The last member of the Little Govan family was Colin Rae of Little Govan

Marriage

John Rae here treated was a parishoner of Barony parish in Lanarkshire, Scotland, at the time of his marriage to Jean Mann. He married Jean Mann on 2 December 1748. The marriage was booked at Barony parish in Lanarkshire, Scotland. The marriage booking reads as follows: "John Rae in this parish and Jean Mann in the parish of Govan were married" [Registrar General for Scotland, New Register House, Edinburgh, Barony Marriages, 1672-1777, reference OPR.622/6].

Children

John Rae, coalhewer in Carntyne, and his wife, Jean Mann, had four children whose names have been identified from their baptismal records. They follow:

  1. John Rae
  2. William Rae
  3. Robert Rae, primus
  4. Robert Rae, secundus
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John Rae, Coalhewer in Carntyne's Timeline

1755
April 10, 1755
in Barony parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1759
July 1, 1759
Barony parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1761
September 20, 1761
in Barony parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1764
October 29, 1764
in Barony parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
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