M, #3235, b. circa 1891
Alexander Addison|b. c 1891|p3235.htm|Joseph Addison|b. 4 Mar 1862|p3673.htm|Louisa Sutherland|b. 23 Sep 1862|p2741.htm|John Addison|b. c 1833\nd. 27 Apr 1904|p3675.htm|Elizabeth Bruce||p3676.htm|Alexander Sutherland|b. 10 May 1831\nd. 3 Oct 1887|p2736.htm|Mary A. Addison|b. c 1832\nd. 25 May 1902|p2737.htm|
Alexander Addison was born circa 1891. He was the son of Joseph Addison and Louisa Sutherland. Alexander Addison was a baker. He married Mary Bruce Mair at Summerton, Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland, on 6 March 1918.1,2 The Buckie and District Directory for 1925 shows that Alexander Addison lived at 2 Pulteney Street, Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland.3
- Chart (box): Descendants of James Mair "Bobbin" (b. 1755)
Chart (indented): Descendants of James Mair "Bobbin" (b. 1755)
- [S2896] Alexander Addison to Mary Mair, Marriage entry, "1918 on the Sixth day of March at Summerton, Seafield (Rathven). After Banns, According to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland. Alexander Addison, Baker - Journeyman (Bachelor), age 27, usual residence Summerton, Portknockie, parents Joseph Addison General Merchant and Louisa Addison M.S. Sutherland. Mary Mair, Shopgirl (Spinster), age 24, usual residence No. 272 Portknockie, parents George Mair Fisherman (Deceased) and Mary Mair M.S. Bruce (Deceased). James McIntyre, Minister of Seafield. George Bruce Addison Witness. Jeannie Pirie Witness. Registered 1918 March 7th at Manse of Seafield, James McIntyre Registrar."
- [S773] Robert Mair, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Robert Mair of Durham, England.
- [S728] Buckie and District Directory, 1925, page 72: PORTKNOCKIE, "Addison, Alex., 2 Pulteney Street", page 112: PORTKNOCKIE, PULTENEY STREET, "2, Elizabeth Bruce, widow; Alex. Addison."