Jannet Grigor (about 14 October 1756—)

Jannet Grigor was the daughter of James Grigor and Christian Milne. She was born about 14 October 1756 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland. She was baptized on 16 October 1756 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland. 1

She married James Sutherland.

James Sutherland was the son of John Sutherland and Elspet Davidson. He was born about 25 June 1745 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland. He was baptized on 27 June 1745 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland. 1

Children of Jannet Grigor and James Sutherland:

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James Grigor

born between 1696 and 1738 at Morayshire, Scotland died

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Christian Milne

born between 1706 and 1738 at Morayshire, Scotland died

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James Sutherland

born about 25 June 1745 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland died

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John Sutherland

born between 1684 and 1726 at Morayshire, Scotland died

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Elspet Davidson

born between 1707 and 1726 at Morayshire, Scotland died

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Margaret Sutherland

born about 19 October 1779 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland died

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Elizabeth Sutherland

born about 29 November 1781 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland died

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James Sutherland

born 12 April 1785 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland died 11 February 1873 at Caradoc, Middlesex, ON, CA

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Source: Church of Scotland parish records, Duffus, Morayshire, 1629-1819

Type: Church

Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland

Parish on the shore of Moray Firth including the town of Burghead, Gordonstoun School, and the estate of Spynie.  See notes from 1841 Census of Scotland.

 
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