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Margaret Weddell (1803-1878) was born circa 1803 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland to James Weddell (1772-1835) and Janet Ness (1768-1845) and died 23 December 1878 in Horley, Surrey, England of unspecified causes. She married James Turnbull (1798-1858) 1 December 1829 in Edinburgh, Midlothian.



Children


Offspring of James Turnbull and Margaret Weddell (1803-1878)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Janet Weddell Turnbull (1830-1832) 16 February 1830 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom 18 October 1832 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Robert Turnbull (1832-1877) 29 August 1832 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom 28 September 1877 Old Calabar, Nigeria
Agnes Fairbairn Turnbull (1834-1888) 6 April 1834 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom 3 November 1889 Footscray, Victoria, Australia John Joseph White (1835-1917)

James Weddell Turnbull (1838-1862) 6 February 1836 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland 13 July 1862 Horley, Sussex, England
Margaret Weddell Turnbull (1838-1873) 22 August 1838 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland 24 April 1873 Surrey, England Thomas Martin (1838-)

Edward Weddell Turnbull (1847-1897) 19 March 1847 Billingshurst, Sussex, England, United Kingdom 14 September 1897 Basildon, Essex, England, United Kingdom Katherine Jesse Cooper (1854-1937)



Sources and notes

₪ Wedding
  • The Reverend James Turnbull, Minister of the Relief Congregation, Brighton Street, Residing in No. 13 Roxburgh Street, in this parish, and Miss Margaret Weddell, Residing in No. 10 South Hanover Street in the Parish of St. George's in Edinburgh, Daughter of Mr. James Weddell, Confectioner and Grocer in Edinburgh have been three times proclaimed in order to Marriage in the Parish Church of St. Cuthbert's and no objections have been offered. Married on the First Day of December thereafter by the Rev. William Limont Minister of the Relief Congregation, South College Street
  • http://turnbullletters.blogspot.com/2008/10/january-9th-1830.html

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