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Dave Killicoat's Family Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000


The Killicoat Family originated in Cornwall, emmigrating to South Australia in the midle of the 19th century where Captain Isaac Killicoat was responsible for saving the territory from bankruptcy by using his skills to promote copper mining. A few Killicoats remain in Australia with the descendants of one family returning to Scotland after W.W.1. More recently there is a family connection with Ireland through the Hutchison and McMaster families who arrivied in Scotland before 1850.
The Stevenson Family, mainly an Ayrshire/Renfrewshire one, can trace ancestors back to High Gilchrist in Loudoun, Ayrshire ca. 1650 and David Steel (a Covenaner Martyr)) about the same period in Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire. The main names connected to the Stevenson family are Gemmil, Cochrane, Gilchrist, Dunning, Kennedy, Hutchison, Sandilands, Gard(i)ner, Fleming and Steel.

David Hutchison Killicoat
18A Shawfarm Place
Prestwick, Ayrshire KA9 1JQ
Scotland
01292 260013
ayrfhs@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

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