Jolly Tree

Jolly Tree

 

Introduction

If this is the first time you are using these trees, you are advised to read the general introduction which appears here.

There are 15 ministers mentioned in this tree, of whom four were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:


Corbett, Joseph: see under A.1.1.1.4. Mary More
Jolly, Archibald: see under B.1.1.1.1.
Jolly, Peter: see under B.1.1.2.
Jolly, Thomas: see under B.1.1.
Jolly, Thomas: see under B.1.1.1.
More, John: see under A.1.1.1. Jane (Jean) Paxton
More, John: see under A.1.1.1.3.
Paxton, George: see under A.1.1.
Paxton, John Dunlop: see under A.1.2.1.
Reid, William: see under A.1.1.1.2. Elizabeth More
Salmond, William: see under A.1.1.1.1.1. Jane Paxton Young
Young, George Paxton: see under A.1.1.2.2.
Young, James: see under A.1.1.1.1. Margaret Johnstone More
Young, William: see under A.1.1.2. Margaret Paxton

 

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A.1. William Paxton married Jean Milne

A.1.1. George Paxton (1762-1837) was the son of William Paxton and Jean Milne. He was a Secession minister (see Scott, Annals, p.549; Small, History, Vol.2, p.279.)

A.1.1.1. Jane (Jean) Paxton (1793-1866) was the daughter of George Paxton, minister. She married John More, a Secession minister: Small, History, Vol.1, p.361.

A.1.1.1.1. Margaret Johnstone More (1816-1902) was a daughter of John More, minister, and Jane Paxton. She married James Young, a United Presbyterian minister: Small, History, Vol.1, p.352.

A.1.1.1.1.1. Jane Paxton Young (b.c.1836-1919) was the daughter of James Young, minister. She married William Salmond a Presbyterian minister in North Shields and later Professor in Otago University: PCNZ, Ministers’ Register.

A.1.1.1.2. Elizabeth More (1818-) was a daughter of John More, minister, and Jane Paxton. She married William Reid: Small, History, Vol.2, p.13; He was a United Presbyterian minister.

A.1.1.1.3. John More (1829-1860) was the son of John More, minister, and Jane Paxton. He too was a Secession minister – in Alloa, Clackmannanshire: Small, History, Vol.2, p.684.

A.1.1.1.4. Mary More (b.c.1836-1914) was a daughter of John More, minister, and Jane Paxton. She married Joseph Corbett; Small, History, Vol.2, pp. 206 and 715. He was a United Presbyterian minister.

A.1.1.2. Margaret Paxton (b.1795) was a daughter of George Paxton, minister. She married William Young, a secession minister in Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, England.

A.1.1.2.1. William Paxton Young (1817-1848) was the son of William Young, minister. He was a Secession missionary in Jamaica.

A.1.1.2.2. George Paxton Young (1818-1889) was the son of William Young, minister. He was a Free Church minister.

A.1.2. Samuel Paxton (1779-1834) was the son of William Paxton. For him, see www.gravestonephotos.com.

A.1.2.1. John Dunlop Paxton (1820-1864) was the son of Samuel Paxton. He was a Free Church minister.

A.1.2.1.1. Agnes Dunlop Milne Paxton was the daughter of John Dunlop Paxton, minister. She married b.1.1.1.1. Archibald Jolly, a Free Church minister.

B.1. William Jolly married Janet Peter.

B.1.1. Thomas Jolly (1754-1844) was the son of William Jolly and Janet Peter. He was minister of Dunnet, Caithness: FES, Vol.7, p.120..

B.1.1.1. Thomas Jolly (1795-1859) was the son of Thomas Jolly, minister of Dunnet. He was a Free Church minister.

B.1.1.1.1. Archibald Jolly (1840-1889) was the son of Thomas Jolly, Free Church minister. He was a Free Church minister. He married A.1.2.1.1. Agnes Dunlop Milne Paxton.

B.1.1.2. Peter Jolly (1800-1875) was the son of Thomas Jolly, minister of Dunnet. He too was minister of Dunnet, Caithness: FES, Vol.7, p.120..