Carnegie, John, 1775-1843

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Carnegie, John, 1775-1843

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1775-1843

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John Carnegie (1775-1843) was a magistrate, and lived in Edrom, Scotland during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.

He married Jessie Skirving in 1800, and they had four boys - James in 1800, David in 1804, John in 1805 and George in 1808. There is a possibility they had a fifth boy, Adam, who died in 1824, but this has not been verified. His third son John (1805-1871) immigrated to Canada in 1833.

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Rev. Apr/12.

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