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ALEXANDER REDPATH ,RIDPATH,

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Hi does anyone have any connection to the Berwickshire Militia, I would love to find out more about what they did, as my x4 times G.G. Grandfather belonged to this Militia so I am curious to know more about it and what wars they fought in.

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Frau

Surnames: REDPATH RIDPATH
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on 2011-08-30 05:41:57

frau has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jun 2011. is researching the following names: CLARKE, PIERCE, PATTISON and 6 other(s).

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by DennisRedpath on 2012-02-11 16:57:07

I do not have information regarding the militia, however, I am trying to track down more of my family history and have two Alexander Redpaths so far. The younger was born October 4, 1837(or 1839) and died in 1922. He was married to Jessie Taylor November 2, 1868. This Alexander's grandfather was also named Alexander Redpath. He was born in 1787 and was married to Catherine Adamson. His parents were Robert Redpath and Janet Redpath (Mason). Please let me know if these names fit in on your family tree and I can provide other names that I have.

Dennis

by frau on 2012-02-12 04:01:50

Hi Dennis I dont know these names but then I have only just begun to research the redpath Family My Alexander was born april 1784 and christened 1784 Coldstream Berwick Scotland his father is William Redpath I dont have a mother Alexander married Jean McBain in 1805 and he was in the Berwickshire Militia at this time they had 2 children that I have found a mary b?and a William Born 1809 Alexanders wife jean Mcbain father was a gardener at Stobo Castle at the time of their marriage thats all I know . at this stage the redpaths came down to croydon Surrey and i dont know when but i still have redpaths living there. I am in Australia where are you

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