James KEAN + Jessie Alston DUN

No children
Death: about 1908Fifeshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Birth: April 26, 1851 41 29Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1943Fifeshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Birth: 1810 44 41Fifeshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: February 9, 1853New South Wales, Australia
Birth: March 12, 1822Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: before 1858

Facts and events

Religious marriage August 25, 1880
Address: Henderson House Elie

Jessie married a Church of Scotland Minister in 1880 1880 Marriage Parish of Elie County of Fife 25th August at Henderson House, Elie after banns according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland James Kean, Minister of Knox's Church, Berwick-on-Tweed, bachelor, 35 Quaywalls Berwick-on-Tweed Parents Bernard Kean, Iron warehouseman (decd), Anne Kean Ms. Nicol (decd) Jessie Alston Dun, Proprietor's daughter, spinster, 29, Henderson house, Elie Parents James Dun, Proprietor of Houses (decd), Eliza Dun M.S. Hunter (decd) Ministers James Ballingal Parish Minister Rhynd, James Oliver A. M. Minister Portobello Witnesses Isabella F Lawson, A.L. Miller Isabella F(leming) Lawson is the daughter of Barbara Dun and John Lawson - a first cousin of Jessie Dun.

Kean - James and Dun - Jessie Alston - Marriage
Kean - James and Dun - Jessie Alston - Marriage

Note: Image kindly provided by Pat Bostock.