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27th August 1858, ABERDEEN
MARRIAGE AT ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH -
The marriage of Alexander J.C. Warrand, Esq.,
late of Her Majesty's 35th, or Royal Sussex Regiment to Miss Georgiana Maria Caton, Park Hall, Shropshire, and daughter of R. R. Caton, Esq., younger of Binbrook in the county of Lincoln, was celebrated here on Tuesday last (24th)at St.Andrew's Episcpal Church by the Right Rev. Bishop Suther, D.C.L. The bride was given away by her father, Mr.Caton, in presence of a numerous assemblage of relations and friends of both families, including Mr. and Mrs. Forbes of Culloden; Mr. Thurston Bewley Caton of Denville, Hants; Miss Caton, Park Hall; R. B. Caton, Esq., 1st Royals and Mrs.Caton; Captain Warrand, R.E; Miss Campbell of Ormidale; Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Pitcairns House; Mrs and Miss Suther; Sir A. Muir Mackenzie, Bart.; Officers of the 78th Regiment Etc.
28 august 1858, Marriages
|At St Andrews Episcopal church, Aberdeen, on the 24th Inst., by the Right Rev. Dr Suther,D.C.L., Bishope of Aberdeen, Alexander J.C.Warrand Esq., late of H.M. 35th Regiment, to Georgina Maria, daughter of Richard Redmond Caton Esq., younger, and grand-daughter of the Rev.Richard Bewley Caton of Binbrook Walk House, in the County of Lincoln, and Blanford Square, London.|
Colonel Alexander John Crookshank Warrand. b.28aug1834 ryefield,scotland d.02nov1899 Bught, Inverness | m.24aug1858, | Georgiana Maria, daughter of Richard Redmond Caton, Caton Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, b.22jun1836 Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, of Binbrook, d.28mar1913 | | Warrend Line |===========|===========|===========|===========|===========|==========|==========|========|| Alexander Emily Louisa Constance Hugh George Myra Duncan redmond catherine laura georgina muro arthur kathleen grant bewley fannie forbes | | twins stuart fannie | b.05sep1859 b.1860 b.1863 b.1866 b.08jul1870.... b.1873 b.16mar1877 d.10may1928 d.23mar1934 d.1950 d.1947 d.11jun1935 d.1901+ d.1859 d.03feb1946 | ********** | sussex | ****** | Captain m.cousin ******* m. berks m.1918 1st Battalion | | | Seaforth Redmond bewley Beatrice Daisy helen Highlanders, Caton Lucas-Tooth Campbell Estates — Bught, in the county of Inverness ; Piltochie, in the county of Aberdeen. Postal address — Ryefield House, Cononbridge, N.B.source EBooks
1861 census Scotland Source Ross and Cromarty, Roll cssct1861-10 Place Urquhart and Logie Wester; ED: 6; Line: 8; Dwelling Ryefield House shed 33 Alexander Warrend head M 26 Fund holder East Indies Georginna Warrend wife M 24 England Alexander Warrend 1 Nairn , Nairnshire Emily Warrend 5 Mo Nairn, Nairshire James Winter 14 serv Margaret Crombie 26 serv Isabella Falconer 23 serv Margaret Froser 23 house maid Catherine McKay 35 Cook
1871 census source Roll CSSCT1871_14 , Urquhart; ED: 6; Line: 12 place Urquhart and Logie Wester ,Ross and Cromarty Dwelling Ryefield House, shed 31 Alexander J C Warrant head M 36 Bongalor E India Georgianah Warrant wife M 33 England Alexander R R Warrant son 16 Scholar Nairn Emily C F Warrant dau 10 Scholar Nairn Louisa L F Warrant dau 8 Scholar Urquhart, Ross-Shire * Constance G Warrant dau 4 Urquhart, Ross-Shire George A S Warrant son 8 Mo Urquhart, Ross-Shire Hugh M Warrant son 8 Mo Urquhart, Ross-Shire Annie Frasen 17 Sarah Glase 37 Ann L C McDonald 27 Sophia McKenzie 29 Margareath McRae 23 William Ruos 28Louisa laura forbes Warrand married her 1st cousin
1891 census Source Roll: CSSCT1891_28 Place Inverness, ED 27 Dwelling Schedule 63, Bught House Alex. J. C. Warrand head 57 Colonel Infantry, J.P. India Georgina W Warrand wife 53 England Alex R. B. Warrand son 31 Captain of Infantry Nairn Emily C.F. Warrand dau 30 Nairn Constance G. Warrand dau 24 Urquhart Ross. Hugh M. Warrand son 20 Scholar Urquhart Ross. Myra K. G. Warrand dau 17 Urquhart Ross. Duncan G. Warrand son 14 Urquhart Ross.
|The London Gazette 23 March 1897|
1st (Ross Highland) Volunteer Battalion
Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's),
Leiutentant - Colonel Alexander J.C. Warrand, retired
Lately Commanding, is appointed to
the Honorary Coloneley of the Battalion.
Dated 24th March 1897
In loving memory of ALEXANDER JOHN C. WARRAND of Bught, Inverness-shire born 28 August 1834, died 2 Nov. 1899. Because I live ye shall live also. 14th Chap. St. John 19th verse. Also his wife GEORGINA M. WARRAND daughter of R.R. CATON, of Binbrook, Co. Lincoln beloved June 1836, died 28 March 1913.
In loving memory of ALEXANDER REDMOND BEWLEY WARRAND Colonel, Seaforth Highlanders born 5th Sept. 1859 died at Ryefield House 10th May 1928. "Strong in the Lord and in the power of his might."
HUGH MUNRO WARRAND July 8th 1870 June 9th 1935.
RIP In memory of DUNCAN GRANT WARRAND O.B.E., M.A., F.S.A. Major Seaforth Highlanders fourth son of Colonel A.J.C. WARRAND of Bught born at Ryefield 16th March 1877 died 3rd February 1946.
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