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  • Name Agnes MILLROSE  [1
    Relationshipwith John Louis CARR
    Born Y  [1
    Gender Female 
    Died Y  [1
    Notes 
    • [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] An old note, likely written by Marion Tier, describes the source of her research of the Fordyce family and related persons: "These names and dates were taken from an old book (in the possession of my grandfather Geo. Fordyce) entitled 'A Commentary upon the Book of Revelations by the Reverend James Durham (born 1622) preface by John Carstairs 1658 & published 1739 by William Duncan at his shop in the Salt Market, in Gibson's Land, Glascow.
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      March 28 Anno Domini 1743 at Greenaton in the parish of Carnwath (Carnwath is in Lanarkshire) William Robertson and Agnes Millrose (this book I am shown by right is yours)"

      * The note goes on to say that the names and birth dates of their children were found "From back of fly-leaf." Some other family documents show Agnes' last name as Millear. This note continues by explaining that: "The name Agnes Millrose (my grandfather's great-grandmother) is written three times in different places in the book - once clearly and legibly Millrose. In two other cases it is impossible to decipher it, but the termination 'rose' is unmistakable."

      *Historical note: Carnwath, a Scottish city, is currently in the County of Strathclyde. At the time the previously mentioned note was written (circa 1875 to 1900), however, the name of the County or "shire" was Lanark. Hence the usage of Lanarkshire. K. Glaser 12/20/97
    Person ID I2299  Carr-Scott
    Last Modified 12 FEB 2016 

    Family Ancestors Willliam ROBERTSON 
    Married Y  [1
    Children 
    +1. Elizabeth ROBERTSON
    Last Modified 12 FEB 2016 
    Family ID F998  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S93] Family Tree, Glaser-John Carl.FTW.
      Date of Import: 30 Aug 2008