|Notes for Janet WOOD|
|BURIAL: Peter and Janet are buried with their daughter Margaret (Maggie) who died in the Tay Bridge Disaster (28 Dec 1879) at Leuchars.|
BIOGRAPHY: Peter and Janet Kinnear lived in Balmullo, Fife and worked in the mill at Guard Bridge.
BIRTH: Possible birth details:
BIRTH: 1. Janet Wood - b 07 Sep 1839, ch 15 Sep 1839 Leuchars, Fife
Parents - Alexander Wood & Catherine Louden (b 03 May 1807, ch 10 May 1807 Abdie, Fife. Parents James Louden & Janet Bett - IGI Batch C1144004) - married 21 Nov 1835 Abdie, Fife. IGI Batch C114455. Brother - Robert Louden - b 29 Mar 1812 Abdie, ch 05 Apr 1812.
BIRTH: 2. Janet Wood - ch 01 Sep 1839 Limekilns, Fife. Parents - Robert Wood and Mary Harrison - IGI Batch C191202.
BIRTH: 3. Janet Wood - b 16 Apr 1839 Collessie, Fife. Parents - William Wood and Janet Thomson - IGI Batch C114164.
BIRTH: Option 1 appears most likely, as Louden/Sime link appears.
MARRIAGE: According to their marriage certificate, Janet's residence was: A Shaitors (??), Parish of Logie, Fife. The ceremony was performed "On the seventeenth day of March 1860 at the Free Church Manse of Logie. Marriage (after banns) was solemnized between us according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland".
Logie, a village and a parish of NE Fife. The village stands 3 miles NNW of Dairsie station, and 5 NNE of its post-town, Cupar. See marriage notes
The church of Logie was under the Abbey of Balmerino previous to the Reformation, and Archibald Keith, the first Protestant minister, who was appointed in 1562, had both Logie and Balmerino churches under his charge. The building had fallen into so great disrepair, that in 1590 it was deemed necessary that it should be "re-edifiet." The present church was erected in 1826
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