Winter Maps and Documents

Dedicated to Robert S. Winter Jr. who loved maps.

Click the Google logo at the right for an interactive map that will allow you to browse the various places in Scotland where the Winter family lived. Use along with the historical maps below that are attached to important documents of the Winter family in Scotland. The historical maps from the National Archives of Scotland are very detailed and yield much from close examination. The Google map will open in a separate window.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Year: 1718

Eleventh Entry from Top:
August 10, 1718, William Winter has a son Alexander in Cult, Angus
Thirteenth Entry from Bottom:
October 19, 1718, John Winter has a son Alexander in Clova, Angus.


 

Year: 1731

October 6, 1731, Alexander Winter has a son Charles in Doll, Angus. We suspect that Doll is the old Scottish word for Dell. Note the location of "The Doll" in the very center of the map along the White Water River.

 

The first entry in the document below "June 10th Alexander Winter in Doll had a son baptized at Mulie by the Revernd Mr. (Robert) Trail, Minister of Panbride Church who was there all the goat milk named Charles." An entry in The Scottish Antiquary, Or, Northern Notes & Queries, Volumes 1-4 states, "Hollinshed, in speaking of the 'Wild Irish,' says that with them gentlemen's children were baptized in milk." This might suggest that Alexander Winter was of Irish descent.


In this map and the next few we see The Doll, where Charles Winter was baptized. The maps are at different resolutions.Area today is know as Glen Doll.

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100ft/inch Branch of River on left is the White Water; the branch on the right is the South Esk.

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Photo of Glen of The Doll and the White Water River.

 

Year 1794

"February 15, 1794, Charles Winter and Jean Esplen in Bonhard had a daughter baptized named Jannet Winter." Jannet was the sister of James Scott Winter.


 

Year 1797

"December 13, 1797, Charles Winter and Jean Esplen in Easter Bonhard have a son baptized James Winter.".

 


Bonhard, just south east of New Scone

 


West Bonhard 4000ft/inch

 


Mill of Bonhard and West Bonhard, 1000f/inch

 


Easter Bonhard 500ft/inch

 


Easter Bonhard 500ft/inch

 


Easter Bonhard

 


Year 1805

Last Entry, "November 10, 1805, William Crane and Ann Morison have a daughter Ann in Farmtown, near Glenkindie.." Ann became the wife of James Scott Winter.

 


Map of Glenkindie, birthplace of Ann Crane.

 


Year 1819

June 4, 1819, Marriage of Robert Ednie and Penelope Davidson, 1819. Parents of John Ednie.


Year 1821

October 14, 1829, Birth of John Ednie 1821

 

 

 

 

 

Year 1825 & 1827

"October 24, 1825, Alexander and Janet Winter Robbie have son Andrew.
July 19, 1827, Alexander and Janet Winter Robbie have a daughter Jean.
Janet Winter Robbie was sister of James Scott Winter

 


Year 1829

November 19, 1829 "Alexander & Janet Winter Robbie have son James Crane in Adylinn(sic), Adielynn." The Crane name was apparently to honor her sister-in-law, the wife of her brother James Scott Winter.

 


Adielinn, birthplace of James Robbie

Adielinn, birthplace of James Robbie

 


Year 1829

December 13, 1829, James Winter & Ann Crane marry in Airlie, thrid entry from top.

 


Airlie, marriage location of James and Ann Winter.

 


Year 1830

November 2, 1830, James Winter & Ann Crane have first child Janet in Lindertis, Airli

 


Map of Airlie, home of James and Ann Winter during birth of their daughter Janet.

 


Year 1832

July 25, 1832, James Winter & Ann Crane have second child James in Meigle. 5th entry from bottom.

 


Year 1851

May 1, 1851, Isabella Ednie baptized. She was born April 7, 1851 to John and Mary Allan Ednie at Scone, Perth, Scotland

 


Year 1851

March 30, 1851, James Winter (Gardner) and family living in Taymount House, Kinclaven, Perth, Scotland. Sons, John (Hatter), William (Errand Boy) and Patrick (Scholar) as well as domestic servants, Frederica Nather (House Servant) and George Frampton (Coachman). Birthplace of all are given. Ann has died.

 


Taymount House, home of James Winter family in 1851. Ann has died.

 


Taymount House Map 1000ft/inch

 


Taymount House Map 200ft/inch

 


Taymount House

 


Taymount House 200ft/inch

 


Taymount House 200ft/inch

 


Taymount House Postcard

 


Modern Photos of Taymount House

 


Year 1865

1865, James Winter Valuation Rolls, Perth, Scotland. Renting home on south side of Keir Street . His proprietor is Mrs Susanna McLagan & Lucas Glasgow & P.? McLagan, Coal Merchant Main Street, Tenants are Jean Strong and James Winter, Gardener. This is a duplex. He in 19 and Jean is in 17. Entry starts 23 lines from bottom.

 


Year 1871

1871, James Winter Death Certificate, Perth, Scotland

 


Map of Perth, Scotland

 


Rosemont, John Bishop Winter Home

 


Rosemont 200ft/inch

 


Rosemont, Home of Mardie Winter.

 


Year 1901

1901, John & Mary Allan Ednie’s Death Certificate, Scone, Perth, Scotland

 


This map shows a number of Winter sites. Arthurstone was the street James Scott Winter family lived on in 1841 Census. James, John Bishop, and Charles were born in Meigle. William Clark was born in Coupar Angus.