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Name James HAY
Birth 3 Oct 1834, Beath, Fife, Scotland
Death 31 Jul 1864, Easter Balado Farm, Kinross, Kinross, Scotland Age: 29  Cause -- Diabetes
Father William HAY (1789-1865)
Mother Elizabeth PATON (1795-1872)
1 Janet McADAM
Birth 26 Feb 1835, Bishop St, Anderston, Barony, Lanark, Scotland
Death 9 Sep 1863, 61 Dale St, Glasgow, Scotland Age: 28
Father David McADAM (-1862)
Mother Mary SMITH
Children: William (1862-1950)
Notes for James HAY

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Beath, Fife, Scotland.

BIOGRAPHY: According to his son William's birth certificate, James was a Joiner (Journeyman), meaning that he had served out his apprenticeship.

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Easter Balado Farm

DEATH: Balado

Perth and Kinross
A small modern settlement in Perth and Kinross, Balado is situated a mile (1½ km) to the west of Kinross on the A977 trunk road from Kinross to the Kincardine Bridge. Prior to the building of the village in the 1980s the name Balado was associated with Balado House and the farms of Balado Farm West, Middle Balado and Easter Balado. An 18th Century high-arched bridge crosses the South Queich here and to the north of the village is the Balado Bridge NATO Communications Facility known locally as the "Golf Ball". Gravel extraction and later chicken farming industries have developed nearby and in recent years the popular "T in the Park" music festival has been located on a site used as an airfield during World War II.
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