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seton /Hay connection Scotland

my great grandfather was Peter Seton hay born Scotland.He named his son John Seton hay who named his son Seton Geoffrey Hay. I am wondering how I can find the connection and why this name has been carried down. I look at other records in the family and see that often the second name has a direct relationship to the mother's maiden name e.g. john Dalziel Hay. Mary Clarke Hay, Peter Clarke h but I cannot find the Seton connection as yet any help gratefully appreciated
Marcia hay

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Drummond/McKnight/Hay connection NZ

Mary Ellen Hay greatgreat aunt married Joseph Mcknight. Dorothy Mcknight married Leonard Henry Vance Drummond.
i am looking for any photos. Mary Ellen was an artist any one know where I might find stories /info about these people
Marcia Geaney/Hay

Buckmaster/ Geaney Cork ireland

I am having difficulty starting research on my husban'd paternal family tree. Patrick Geaney was born in 1917 in Fermoy Cork to Patrick Geaney and Hannah (nee Buckmaster) If anyone has any info I would most appreciate it
Thanks
Marcii

John Seton Hay

For 5 years I have been searching for the thread about my grandfather John Seton Hay born in 1889 in. Wadestown NZ The only info I have found is that he was in the First Reserves in WW1 as an employee of the Vacuum Oil company. My father Seton geoffrey hay was born in 1923 in St Kilda Victoria. In 1936 the family were in6th Ave Sangate. I can find no record of my father's birth (reference is made in his Airforce record) or my Grandfather or his marriage to Jessie May Ludlow. I have reached a dead end Anyone out there who can help? i am being consumed by the geanealogy pox.Marcii

1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 10 months ago

Irish Geaney/Fitzgerald

Iam researching my husband's family from Ireland- a long shot I know. James Fitzgerald married Hannah Cronin in Tallow County Waterford. James was in the Irish Special Reserve Regiment.WW1 They had 17-20 children one of whom was Mary 30th November 1921 or 30 October
She married Patrick Geaney in 1941. His parents were Hannah Buckmaster and Patrick Geaney of Fermoy County Cork.
Their children were Andrew Joseph 1941
John Patrick 1943
Patrick Joseph 1945
Declan Patrick 1947
David John 1949
Angela Mary 1951
Paul Kevin 1961
They emigrated to Australia in 1959 aboard the Ss Orion
Mary died in 2003 in Redcliffe, Brisbane.Patrick their father died in 1988 in new Zealand.
I am hoping someone can give me some info. My husband is jealous of the new family I have found through Familytreecircles
Thankyou

3 comment(s), latest 5 years, 9 months ago

My lost hay family

I have found that my grandfather John Seton Hay was son of Peter Seton Hay born in 1852 in Scotland and emigrating to New Zealand in 1860. John Seton Hay was born in Wadestown in1889. He married Jessie May Patricia Ludlow , who had been married to a John Henry ?/s who was killed in an accident with a wool truck. They had a daughter Daphne who was about 7 years older than my father Seton Geoffrey Hay, who was born in St Kilda in 1923.
My father told me his father was Austalasian Sales manager for the Vacuum Oil Company prior to WW2. in New Zealand
My dad spent most of his childhood in Sandgate Qld (sixth Avenue)
I cannot fill in the gaps about John Seton Hay and his marriage to Jessie May Ludlow

1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 11 months ago

Hay family

my name is Marcia Hay. My great grandfather was Peter Seton hay who emigrated from glasgow with his mother and father in 1860 The family was from Glasgow. Peter's father was James Johnston Hay and his wife was Janet Dalziel. They arrived in Port Chalmers. Peter became the first full graduate of Otago University in1877/78. He went on to become the Engineer in Chief of the Public service in N.Z. He married a Mary Clark and they had 4 sons and 1 daughter. My grandfather was one of those sons. His name was John Seton Hay. I am looking for information on any of the sons or daughters and anything about the life and relatives of James Johnston Hay in scotland

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