Links to other Lobban trees
These links are presented with the permission of the tree managers.
Chris Lobban’s trees
Lobban-Schefter trees has my family and my wife’s, and attached to mine through “placeholder” people (e.g., farm or parish names) are other trees that I collected. Effective 5 Dec. 2018 I have made this tree private and taken down the mirror site at MyHeritage because there are too many errors in the peripheral branches. Please use the Syd Lobban Collection.
Stephanie Logan Falls’ tree “Logan Family” traces descendants of John Lobban of Hiltoun, Glass, Banffshire (her ancestor) and Thomas Loban “in Braetown, Mortlach” (ancestor of DNA donor #3), respectively:
Linda Lausch’s tree “Robertson family” traces descendants of Thomas Loban in the Miramichi region of New Brunswick, Canada.
Mary Mead’s tree “Forbes-Martin”. Earliest ancestor James Lobban (b. ca. 1660, m. Janet Hay). Most recent connection to William and Bathia tree: Margaret Elizabeth Lobban (1878-1915). Principal emigrant ancestor: George Forbes (1902–1965) (to Australia).
Anthony Wilcocks’ tree “John Logan (formerly Loban).” Earliest known ancestor John Loban m. More Glass. Most recent connection to R and Crom Duthil Lobans tree: John Loban (1776– ). Principal emigrant ancestors: brothers John (1839–1897) and Alexander Logan (1837–1882) (to South Africa).
Trevor Urwin’s tree “T J Urwin 2 May 2018 Urwin.” Earliest known ancestor William Lobban (b. 1717, Drumblade, Huntly). Most recent connection to Drumblade & Loanend Kinnoir tree: Augusta Amelia Lobban (1901–1972).
I have added mirrors of my own trees on the MyHeritage site. These are transferred as GEDCOMs from the active trees on Ancestry.com, so again, the images and documentation have not transferred. Most of this work has been done by data mining Ancestry matches, as noted at the top of this page, so caveat emptor! I update these mirror trees periodically and the dates on the files tell you when they were last updated. The active tree URLs are listed below.
Inverness Lobans was started from births in the OPR list for Inverness and surrounding parishes but then followed down through Ancestry hints.
Miramichi Lobbans was similarly developed from hints as a (so far unsuccessful) attempt to trace the Lobbans living in the Chatham area of New Brunswick, Canada back to Scotland.
Page created 2 Nov. 2018 by Chris S Lobban, updated 28 Jan 2019.