Male James Haldane

James was born in 1885.  James' father was John Haldane and his mother was Mary Marshall.  His paternal grandparents were William Haldane and Ann Brown; his maternal grandparents were William Marshall and Jessie Campbell. He had a brother and a sister, named John and Jessie.  He is the second oldest of the three children.

General Notes

1891 Census shows that he was 5 years of age, born in Auchterarder, Perthshire and living in 7 North Side of High Street, Auchterarder, Perthshire.
Ship passenger records show the following journeys:.
In 1907 he left Glasgow to sail to St John, New Brunswick, Canada on the Athenia..
In 1920 he left London to sail to Casablanca on the Pangbourne..
In 1931 he left London to sail to Gibraltar on the Kaiser I Hind..
In 1934 he left London to sail to Tangier on the Naldera..
In 1936 he left London to sail to Tangier on the Comorin..
In 1938 he left London to sail to Tangier on the Ranpura..
In 1947 he left Liverpool to sail to Gibraltar on the Devonshire.

Occupation Details

He was a missionary in Newfoundland and in 1912 joined the staff of the South Morocco Mission, by 1936 he was Field Superintendent.  He wrote a book called "Missionary Romance in Morocco" which was published in 1936.

Death Notes

James' family with Nancy M Carliell

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James and Nancy were married in a civil ceremony.  They have a son named John.
A Consular marriage list between 1911 and 1915 records that they were married in Mogador, Morocco.


Male John C Haldane