Genealogy of James Mackie and Jane Cruickshank.
Annand family tree.

  James Mackie - farmer.


Jane (Jeannie) Cruickshank.
Born 1848   + 29 May 1859.
Place     Cruden.
Died 19 December 1921.   25 August 1948.
Place Hatton Village, Cruden.   109 Mile End Avenue, Aberdeen.
Married 4 June 1881.   4 June 1881.
Place Teuchan, Cruden.   Teuchan, Cruden.
Ancestors     Christian Annand and John Cruickshank.
Siblings     2 sisters, 5 brothers.


Occupation - farmer, Coldwells.

Marriage witnesses - William Cruickshank and  Eliza ..........
James described as a farm servant at Cromblybank, Ellon.

1891 census: James, farm servant, and Jane living at Cottage, Cromblybank, Ellon.

1901 census: James, crofter and Jane living Denmuir, Coldwells, Cruden with Peter Mackie, nephew.

d. 19 Dec 1921, farmer (retired), 73, Hatton Village, Cruden, of rheumatism (chronic), gastritis, cardiac failure, senility. 
Informant: J Cruickshank, brother-in-law, South Hayfarm, Cruden. (John?) 

d. 25 Aug 1948, 91, 109 Mile End Avenue, Aberdeen, of myocardial degeneration.  Informant: Mary Murray, grand daughter, 113 King's Gate, Aberdeen.

Illegitimate daughter of Jane Annand and James Greig.

ref Name Born Died Biography.
  Mary Ann. 11 Feb 1877   b. Collyhill, Cruden. Father James Greig, farm servant, Oldtown of Ardendraught, Cruden.
Jane seems to have left her to be brought up by her parents. 
m. 1898, Alexander Dalgarno.

Page data from Chris McGregor.
+ Data from E.L.