Note: N1586 http://kirkcudbright.co/historyarticle.asp?ID=32&p=2&g=2 18-Oct 1796 James Webster (Munshes) married Elizabeth Louden (Breckoniehill)
Possible baptisms at Rattray Perthshire Scotland in 1768 Father Charles Webster Mother Margaret Yeaman at Alford Aberdeenshire in 1768 no parents named at Banffshire Father William Mother Hellen Adam
Monumental Inscriptions at Buittle Kirkyard Inscription 226_ Erected by James Webster, in memory of Elizabeth Webster, his daughter, who died at Breckanhill, 19th Dec. 1817, aged 14 years. Also Andrew Loudan, his father-in-law, who died at Dalbeattie, 3d November 1828, aged 79 years. Also Barbara Copland, his spouse, who died at Dalbeattie, 10th October 1835, aged 90 years. And Elizabeth Loudan, spouse of James Webster, who died at Munches, 7th February 1836, aged 57 years. Also of Margaret Webster, their daughter, who died at Munches, 10th of May 1842, aged 28 years. Also Jessie Webster, wife of Thomas Chalmers, who died 22nd July 1848, aged 39._Reverse: In memory of James Webster, for fifty six years gardener and overseer at Munches, trusted and esteemed for his ------ and integrity by successive heads of family to which he was attached. He has left his relatives a respected name, and to all an example of the good and faithful servant. Departed this life on the 16th March 1850, aged 82. Also William Webster, his son, who died at Craignair Cottage on the 6th of May 1860, aged 52 years.
1841 Census Munshes Garden Cottage, Munshes Garden Cottage, Buittle Kirkcudbrightshire James Webster B1768 Scotland - Gardner Margret Webster B1816 Kirkcudbrightshire Mary Rigg B1827 Kirkcudbrightshire (his grand-daughter)
Carlisle Patriot 26/9/1818 Dumfries and Galloway Horticultural Society 2nd Best apples and Pearsto James Webster gardener to J H Maxwell Esq Munches.
CALEDONIAN MERCURY 4/7/1822 CALEDONIAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY CORRESPONDING Mr james Webster, Garden to John H Maxwell Esq. of Munches.
Newcastle Courant 22/3/1850 DEATHS At Craignare Cottage Buittle Galloway much respected Mr James Webster upwards of sixty years in the servivce of J Herris Maxwell Esquire of Munches, 52 of which as gardener and 8 years baliff.
Newcastle Journal 23/3/1850 DEATHS At Craignare Cottage Buittle Galloway much respected Mr James Webster upwards of sixty years in the service of Herris Maxwell Esquire of Munches.
Yorkshire Gazette 23 March 1850 Lately at Craignare Cottage Buittle Galloway much respected Mr James Webster upwards of sixty years in the servivce of J Herris Maxwell Esquire of Munches, 52 of which as gardener and 8 years baliff. He was equally respected as a servant, a master and a parent.
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