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Coutts Family Info


Canadian since 1856

Coutts Reunion 2019

Sunday, July 14th, 12:00 Noon

- Springwater Provincial Park -

1331 Route 26,

Midhurst, Springwater ON L0L 1X0

Canada

Simcoe County

Upon arrival to Canada from Scotland in 1856 the original Coutts home was the Midhurst area.

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Original Location in Canada

2680 Old 2nd S Springwater ON

Canada

Original Location in Scotland

Miltown of Allargue, Corgarff / Strathdon (near Cock Bridge off A939), Aberdeenshire.  The nearby Farquharson House of Allargue was also on the old Military Road. There are Coutts and McHardy gravestones in the cemetery above (located 2 km down the road at East Corriehoul, near St Machar's Chapel and the Allt Coire Tholl).

Coutts Reunion Info

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Do you have scans of Coutts family places or family members you would like to see on the website?  Please send them to us (acceptable image file formats would be JPG, PNG, TIFF  or GIF).   We could also post old documents (PDF file format would also be acceptable for these).


At the moment we cannot provide video viewing online (i.e. download or streaming content).

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Duncan Coutts & Margaret McHardy


In 1856 they emigrated to Canada from Milltown of Allargue in the Eastern Scottish Highlands.  They had been tenants on lands associated with the Farquharson family of Invercauld Estate, Braemar, Aberdeenshire.  


In times past the "Coutts" and "McHardy" names were considered a "Sept" or branch of the Farquharson Clan. 


The McHardy sisters originally were tenants on property owned by the Forbes family of Castle Newe and Edinglassie, Strathdon, Aberdeenshire. 


It is very likely that in Scotland the Coutts were Presbyterians and the McHardy were Catholic.

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