Sudden Death

Dundee Courier – 22 February 1908 A well-known tradesman, Mr. William Wishart, slater, died suddenly at Kinnell yesterday forenoon. He had been in indifferent health for some months, but set out yesterday morning to complete some repairs at Kinnell Farm. He had almost finished the job, and had seemingly been engaged in shaping the last […]

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John Wishart Aids Stranded Trolleyites

The Daily Courier (Connellsville, PA) – 20 February 1924 John Wishart Aids Stranded Trolleyites John Wishart of Poplar Grove befriended a number of passengers on a West Penn street car that became stranded near his home.  He made two trips to Scottdale in his automobile carrying passengers.  He transported nine persons in this manner but […]

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Burntisland Interesting Wedding

Dundee Courier – 9 February 1906 BURNTISLAND INTERESTING WEDDING The marriage of Dr. John Gilmour and Miss Katie Wishart, which took place yesterday at Edinburgh, excited much interest in Burntisland, of which place both of the contracting parties are natives. Miss K. Wishart is the youngest daughter of the late Mr John Wishart, managing partner […]

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Retired GE Employee Dies

The following article was published in the Schenectady Gazette (8 February 1963) and concerns a Thomas Wishart who was born in 1895 in New Monkland, Lanarkshire and is part of Wishart Tree 101. Wishart, 67, Dies, Retired GE Employe Thomas Wishart, 67, of 63 Spruce Street died yesterday at St. Clare’s hospital after a short […]

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