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  1. My maternal grandmother was maternal first cousin to the wife of the latest Hindi. Sir. David Fairbairn, MP(Lib NSW);RAAF…

    • Joanne,
      I’ve only done a quick search, but isn’t the “latest Hindi” the living artist rather than the deceased poliitician Sir David Fairbairn?

      Lorna

  2. Hello Fairbairn’s,
    My connection to the Fairbairn name is my 3rd great grandmother, Rachel Fairbairn, who according to 1841 and 1851 Scotland census was born in 1785 in England. Rachel from the Parish of Cornhill married John Foster in Coldstream, Berwick, Scotland on 22 December 1809. John Foster, a shoemaker, and Rachel had 5 children in Northumberland, England but in 1841 and 51 lived in Coldstream and Rachel died and was buried in Coldstream. Would love to make a connection, entered on WikiTree.

  3. Hello!

    Found your site while attempting to find a tartan pattern for the Fairbairns. Just found out the Armstrong tie is probably false…so now I’m interested in doing more digging…married to a Fairbairn with four sons!

    • Which line of Fairbairns does your husband belong too Theresa?
      Pop over to the rather fuller list of the Fairbairn families I have researched on http://Fairbairn.LornaHen.com and see if any of them are on that site.
      I can then usually tell you reasonably quickly whether or not they are already represented in the DNA project or not 🙂

      Lorna

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