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  John CAMERON       Mary FYFE      
1845 Born on 31-Mar-1845, Maryculter Kincardineshire Scotland     1848 Born on 03-Mar-1848, Peterculter Aberdeenshire      
1851 Living with parents at Burnhead.
Working as Scholar, aged 6
1861 Living with parents at Kingcausie, Blairs Estate House & Smithy.
Working as Blacksmith's Apprentice, aged 16
1871       1871        
1873 Married on 11-Jun-1873 to Mary FYFE at 13 Market Place, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire after banns according to Free Church of Scotland     1873 Married on 11-Jun-1873 to John CAMERON at 13 Market Place, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire after banns according to Free Church of Scotland      
1881 Living at 9 Bridge Street, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland with wife and family.
Working as Veterinary Surgeon
    1881 Living with husband & four children      
1891       1891        
1901       1901        
1921 Farrier & Vet  in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northunberland. Retired from practice in 1921     1940 Died in Jun-1940, Creaton Northamptonshire      
1932 Died on 20-Mar-1932, Creaton Northamptonshire              
          1 Mary CAMERON     J E MILLER
born: 1874   born: after 1909
occ: They operated a Library & bookstore on Hide Hill, Berwick
        died: 1931   died: after 1931
          ? children      
          2 Jean CAMERON     James F SELLAR
born: 1875   born:  
died: Abt 1946
        died: 1962   occ: Free Church of Scotland minister
          No children      
          3 Donald CAMERON     Isabella BROWNLEES
born: 19-Nov-1878    born: 1874 at Cornhill on Tweed
She emigrated t o Canada in 1908
        died:  Apr-1941 
marr: 30-Jun-1908
        occ: Emigrated to Canada in March 1905. Farmer, living at Woodnorth, Manitoba, Canada   died: 1958
                5 children
          4 Violet CAMERON     Arthur R WOOD
born: 1881   born: in Berwick?
        marr: abt 1922/3
died: abt 1955
        died: 1970   occ:  
          1 son William & 2 grandsons Jonathan & Richardson      
          5 John CAMERON      
born: 1884      
        died: 28-Jul-1920, died of blackwater fever and is buried at Kisumu in East Africa, Lumbwa District      
        occ: Vet with father, graduating in May 1906. He was in Lothian & Border Horse regiment during WW1 & did 4 years service with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. In 1919 he joined the Veterinary Staff of East African Protectorate.      

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