|Occupation: master shoemaker.
[+ 1841 census
- Mains Gask
Alexander Annand, 30, Shoemaker, b. in county.
Barbara Annand, 25, b. in county
Alexander 3; George 2; Christian 7; Hellen 5.
1861 census - Gask
Alexander Annand, 52, Shoemaker Master, born Cruden
Barbara Annand, 47, b. Cruden.
Children all born Cruden
James 12, scholar; John 10, scholar; Eliza 8, scholar; Ann 6, scholar;
Barbra 3; Agnes 1.]
||[* 1841 census - reside at Mains Gask.
1891 census - at Gask with 2 grand-daughters -
Margaret and Barbara Moir.
Daughter Christian born before parent's marriage. Barbara summoned before Cruden Kirk Session 12 January 1834 - named Alexander Annand as father and
was exhorted and admonished, both summoned 2 February 1834.]
census - Barbara, farmer, living at Gask with John unm (unemployed miller),
Ann (general servant) and Agnes S.
1881 census - Barbara, crofter of 8 arable acres, living at North
[+ 1891 census - Gask
Barbara Annand, widow, 77, Crofter
Margaret Moir, grand-daughter 8, scholar; Barbara Moir, grand-daughter 5,
[+ Notes for CHRISTIAN ANNAND:
Christian was born before her parents' marriage.
Kirk Session minutes of 12 January 1834 -
Compeared Barbara Hutchison who confessed herself with child and accused
Alexander Annand junior as the father and being seriously exhorted and
admonished was summoned (apud acta) to attend next Lord's Day and the
officer ordered to summon Annand to attend at the same time.
2 Feb 1834
Thereafter compeared Barbara Hutchison who adhered to her former accusation
of Alexander Annand and he compearing and acknowledging, both were suitably
exhorted and admonished and he having paid Penalty for his Partner she was
absolved and admonished and dismissed and he was summoned apud acta to
attend the session this day fortnight when they agreed to take his case into
consideration and if they thought it tended to edification to absolve and
dismiss him. This was duly done and he was dismissed from Discipline.]