THE ULSTER BRANCH OF THE
WAUHOPE, WAHAB, WAUGHOP, ETC.
WITH NOTES ON THE MAIN SCOTTISH
FAMILY AND ON BRANCHES IN
AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA
GLADYS M. WAUCHOPE, B.SC., M.D., M. R.C.P.
SIMPKIN MARSHALL, LTD.
FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1929
Note from Bruce E. Walkup: Back in May of 1995 I was fortunate enough to be in Washington D.C. for a business conference and was able to visit the Library of Congress. There I chanced upon a copy of Gladys Wauchopes book, which I photocopied from cover to cover (update - I finally was able to purchase an actual copy of the book in March of 2007, and was gifted the original typed manuscript of the book in May of 2012). Little did I know that the book was so rare. In order to preserve the charm of her work, I have striven to scan and convert its contents as accurately as possible. Hopefully any grammar, punctuation or spelling errors you may find were left as found in the original text, not introduced by me. Enjoy...CHAPTERS I-VIII (165 of 186 pages, in Adobe PDF)
PEDIGREES (inAdobe PDF)
I. The Niddrie Family
II. The Irish Family
III. Maxwells of Calderwood and the Irish Maxwells
IV. Moores of Mourne (Extracts)
V. The Drumcarrow Family
VI. The Family of John Waughop of Maryland
VII. The Wauchopes in Australia
VIII. Emigrants from Drumcarrow Family
OTHERS (including Page of Reference)
1. General George Wahab, 1752-1808
2. Niddrie House
3. Mary Wahab, 1735-1819
4. The Rev. Ralph Caird, Married to Mary Wahab, September 21, 1755
5. Attack Upon the Enemys Stockades Commanded by Major James Wahab, May 28, 1824
6. Colonel R. A. Wauhope, C.B., C.M.G., C.I.E.
7. Captain Charles Wahab at the Time of His Marriage, 1836
8. Janet Cowan, Wife of Captain Charles Wahab, 1836
9. Edward Wahab at the Age of 9 Years, 1858
I. The Scottish Border
II. Northern Ireland
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