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Origin of the name Hepburn HEBBORN Family History HEPBURN of Hailes HEPBURN of WAUGHTON The HEPBURNS of Scotland

My Family Tree

Samuel Hepburn

mason of Castlefinn

1836 - 1913

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Eleanor Elliott

1839 - 1912

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Andrew Hepburn

mason of Castlefinn

1795 - 1866

Andrew Hepburn

Shoemaker

1858 - c1940s

Matthew

Hepburn

Shoemaker

1873 - 1914

James Marshall Hepburn I

1870 - 1953

 

Samuel Hepburn

of

Detroit

1867 - c1950

David Elliott Hepburn

Baptist Minister

1866 - 1931

David

 Hepburn

infant death

1861 - c1861

William Hepburn

of

Londonderry

1865 - 1948

John

Hepburn

of

Detroit

1868 - 1929

James Marshall Hepburn II

1903 - 1963

George  Elliott Hepburn

mason of Castlefinn

1876 - 1936

 

Robert Marks

 Hepburn

infant death

1879 - 1880

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Bradley Jackson Sherwood Hepburn

James Hughes Hepburn

William Hepburn

mason of Raphoe

1772 - ?

 

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Samuel Hepburn, mason of Castlefinn, acquired the cottage at Sessiagh Allison from his father, Andrew Hepburn and had ten sons, eight of whom reached adulthood.

 

Most of the sons moved away from Castlefinn eventually ended up in Londonderry, Canada and the United States.

 

My great grandfather, James Marshall Hepburn I was one of the sons that left and he gained useful employment as a bricklayer in the growing cities of Manchester, England; Belfast, Ireland; Toronto, Canada and eventually Akron, Ohio.

 

His own son and namesake, James Marshall Hepburn II became a minister in the Salvation Army.

 

You can read about each of the above individuals on the Biographies page.

Seven generations of Hepburns...