Elizabeth Whyte was born on 1 Apr 1830 at Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland ,
Robert Whyte had a daughter born at this date baptised by the Rev W Sharp, named Elizabeth.
Witnesses William Sharp & Duncan Noble.1,2 She was the daughter of Robert Whyte and Mary Watt.
Elizabeth appeared on the 1841 Scottish Census of 6 Jun 1841 in the household of Robert Whyte at Bracklemore, Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland ;
WHYTE Robert, 50, Farmer, No
WHYTE Mary, 40, Yes
WHYTE John, 15, Yes
WHYTE May, 14, Yes
WHYTE Margate, 13, Yes
WHYTE Elizabeth, 11, Yes
WHYTE Robert, 4, Yes.3
Elizabeth appeared on the 1851 Scottish Census of 30 Mar 1851 in the household of Robert Whyte at Bracklamore, Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland ;
WHYTE Robert, Head, Widower, 67, Farmer 150 acres employing 5 lab, Cromarty, Rossshire
WHYTE John, Son, Un, 25, Farmers Son, Aberdour Aberdeen
WHYTE Maj, Dau, Un, 24, Farmers Dau, Aberdour Aberdeen
WHYTE Margaret, Dau, Un, 22, Farmers Dau, Aberdour
WHYTE Elizabeth, Dau, Un, 20, Farmers Dau, Aberdour
WHYTE Ann, Dau, Un, 18, Farmers Dau, Aberdour
WHYTE Robert, Son, Un, 14, Farmers Son, Aberdour
SHERRON James, Serv, Mar, 42, Farm Labouer, Aberdour
HEPBURN Joseph, Serv, Mar, 25, Farm Labouer, Tyrie Aberdeen
GALL John, Serv, Un, 13, Farm Labourer, Tyrie Aberdeen.4
|Father||Robert Whyte (c 1782 - 13 Jun 1870)|
|Mother||Mary Watt (c 1800 - bt 1841 - 1851)|
- [S32] GROS, Scottish OPR's (www.scotlandspeople.co.uk: pre 1855), Baptisms 1845 - 1830 Aberdour Aberdeen - 169/0030 0079. Hereinafter cited as Scottish OPR's.
- [S1] Certificate held on file, Held by Ailsa Corlett, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Hereinafter cited as Certificate held on file.
- [S82] 1841 Scottish Census (www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk: New Register House Edinburgh, 6 June 1841), 1841- Aberdour Aberdeen - 169/00 003/00 005. Hereinafter cited as 1841 Scottish Census.
- [S28] 1851 Scottish Census (www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk: New Register House Edinburgh, 30 March 1851), 1851 - Aberdour Aberdeen - 169/00 003/00 011. Hereinafter cited as 1851 Scottish Census.