Performing arts blogging by the Whittaker Library at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/nmsruntime/saveasdialog.asp?lID=13268&sID=9095Well, this narrows it down to within a 200 year timespan :D
According to www.tunearch.org/wiki she seems to have been Penelope Smythe who in 1791 married Francis Campbell-Garden, heir to Troup [House] in Gardenstown, fishing village and family seat founded by Alexander Garden 1720, Banffshire, now Aberdeenshire. Robert Petrie the composer (1767-1830)was a gardener for the Garden family of Troup and composed tunes for various family members. (Gamrie was the name of the existing bay and parish so Gamrie/Gardenstown were used interchangeably until formal separation in 1885.
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