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Family: Florence, Andrew / Hunter, Isobel (F1100)

m. Abt 1670


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  • Florence, AndrewFather | Male
    Florence, Andrew

    Born  Abt 1646  Cranna Fyvie Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Married  Abt 1670   
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    Hunter, IsobelMother | Female
    Hunter, Isobel

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    Florence, AlexanderChild 1 | Male
    Florence, Alexander

    Born  Abt 1680   
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    Spouse  Singer, Elspet | F1102 
    Married  18 May 1701  Fyvie  Find all individuals with events at this location

    Florence, MargaretChild 2 | Female
    Florence, Margaret

    Born  Abt 1685  Rogerseat Rothienorman Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Florence, IssobellChild 3 | Female
    Florence, Issobell

    Born  Abt 1685   
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    Florence, JeanChild 4 | Female
    Florence, Jean

    Born  Abt 1686   
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    Florence, ElspetChild 5 | Female
    Florence, Elspet

    Born  Abt 1687  Fyvie  Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Florence, John JosephChild 6 | Male
    Florence, John Joseph

    Born  1671  Rogerseat Rothienorman Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Spouse  Bannerman, Barbara | F1099 
    Married  27 Jun 1693  Fyvie  Find all individuals with events at this location

  • Documents
    The Florence's of Aberdeenshire
    The Florence's of Aberdeenshire
    Jeff Gray recalls his efforts to trace the Florence branch of the family tree

    Histories
    Florence Family History
    Florence Family History
    These notes relate to the ancestors and descendants of James FLORENCE (1855 – 1936) who emigrated from Aberdeenshire, Scotland to Australia in 1882 and then to New Zealand in 1894.