Descendants of Mungo Ritchie

First Generation


1. Mungo Ritchie was born about 1727 in Fowlis Wester, Perth, Scotland.

Mungo married Mary Maxton on 13 Aug 1749 in Madderty, Perth. Mary was born about 1730 in . She died in Jul 1786 in Madderty.

They had the following children:

  2 M i James Ritchie 1, 2 was born on 31 May 1752 in Madderty. He was christened on 31 May 1752 in Madderty, Perth, Scotland.
        James married (1) Ann Adam on 1 Jul 1791. Ann was born in 1775 in Cargill Perthshire>.
        James married (2) ANNE Adam 1 on 1 Jul 1791 in Madderty, Perth, Scotland.
  3 F ii Helen Ritchie was born on 19 May 1754 in Madderty.
  4 M iii John Ritchie was born on 6 Feb 1757 in Ardbennie, Madderty.
  5 F iv Mary Ritchie was born on 19 Aug 1759 in Madderty, Perthshire.
  6 M v Robert Ritchie was born on 3 Jan 1762 in Ardbennie Madderty.
  7 F vi Jean Ritchie was born on 20 Jun 1766 in Ardbennie, Madderty.
  8 F vii Margaret Ritchie was born on 10 Jul 1768 in Ardbennie Madderty.

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1. James Ritchie was born on 11 Aug 1754 in Cargill Perthshire.

James married Ann Adam.  1 Jul 1791.Ann was born in 1775 in Cargill Perthshire

They had the following children: in Ardbennie

  2 F i Margaret Mary Ritchie was born on 4 Aug 1792 in Ardbennie, Madderty, Perthshire.
+ 3 M ii Robert Ritchie was born on 1 Dec 1793 Madderty, Perthshire. . He died on 19 Nov 1837.
+ 4 F iii Mary Ritchie was born on 2 Aug 1795 in Madderty, Perthshire. .
+ 5 M iv James Ritchie was born on 12 May 1798. in Madderty, Perthshire.
+ 6 M v David Ritchie was born on 4 Apr 1802. in Madderty, Perthshire.

 

 

Madderty parish covers nearly five thousand acres in mid-strath, its comparatively modern church having no village nearer than the hamlet of St. Davids, a mile away. But this must have been a highly populous area once, for just to the north-east is the site of the Abbey of Inchaffray, one of the great ancient religious houses of Scotland--now, alas, only a few neglected fangs and fragments of masonry, mostly of fairly late date, with rubbish dumped around. Yet this was the most favoured endowment of many Scottish kings.

How we know that this James later lived in Caroline is from the 1851 census which show that on the night of the 30th of March 1851 the following was recorded

 

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