F, #4128, b. circa 1888, d. 20 October 1918
Beatrice Wood|b. c 1888\nd. 20 Oct 1918|p4128.htm|William Wood|b. 2 Feb 1858\nd. 19 Dec 1939|p3861.htm|Beatrice Grant Mair|b. 24 Nov 1862\nd. 26 Jan 1936|p3173.htm|William Wood||p3862.htm|Ann Smith||p3863.htm|James Mair|b. c 1835\nd. 6 Jan 1918|p3170.htm|Elizabeth Mair|b. 21 Jun 1836|p3171.htm|
Beatrice Wood was born circa 1888. She was the daughter of William Wood and Beatrice Grant Mair. Her family was known by the tee-name of "Post". She married Alexander Pirie at Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland, on 8 December 1911.1,2 As of 8 December 1911, her married name was Beatrice Pirie. Beatrice died on 20 October 1918 at 457 Portknockie, Banffshire, Scotland.3,2
- Chart (box): Descendants of John Mair "Johns" (b. c1805)
Chart (indented): Descendants of John Mair "Johns" (b. c1805)
- [S3261] Alexander Pirie to Beatrice Wood, Marriage entry, "1911 on the Eighth day of December at Portknockie. After Banns, According to the Forms of the United Free Church of Scotland. Alexander Pirie, Fisherman (Bachelor), age 24, usual residence 457 Portknockie, parents James Pirie "Coull" Fisherman (Deceased) and Margaret Pirie M.S. McKay. Beatrice Wood, Fishergirl (Spinster), age 23, usual residence 143 Portknockie, parents William Wood "Post" Boat Carpenter and Beatrice Wood M.S. Mair. D. Maccallum, U. F. Church Minister Portknockie. James Wood Witness. William Pirie Witness. Registered 1911 December 11th at Manse of Seafield, James McIntyre Registrar."
- [S773] Robert Mair, Neil Pirie, Information kindly supplied by Robert Mair of Durham, England.
- [S3263] Beatrice Pirie née Wood, Register of Deaths in the District of Seafield in the County of Banff, "Beatrice Pirie (Married to Alexander Pirie, Fisherman), died 1918, October Twentieth 2h P.M. at 457 Portknockie, Seafield (Rathven), Female, 29 years. Father: William Wood, Carpenter Journeyman, Mother: Beatrice Wood M.S. Mair. Cause of death: Influenza, Pneumonia, Puerperal state, as Cert. by W.R. Duguid M.B.C.M. Informant: David Slater, Undertaker, Rock House, Portknockie. Registered: 1918, October 22nd at Manse of Seafield, James McIntyre, Registrar."