Generally, in the title of the posting, I list the immigrant ancestor, that person who crossed the Atlantic and came to North America from Europe. But I have lines that are just European, so I have no idea whom to place in the title except the first person I know of. In this case, I'm listing the first person I'm sure of. The previous generation is still speculation.
1. Andrew Fiddler born say 1725. He married at Ellon, Aberdeen, Scotland 5 January 1746, Elspet (Elizabeth) Arthur, born also 1725. They had three children baptized in Ellon: James, John, and Ernest.
2. Ernest Fiddler, baptized 20 April 1761 at Ellon, Aberdeen, Scotland and died at Arbroath, Angus, Scotland on 10 January 1837. He married at Brechin, Scotland 29 November 1788, Sarah Black, baptized at Arbroath 24 January 1763 and died at Brechin 15 August 1799, daughter of William and Isabel (Cruickshanks) Black. Ernest was a vintner. Ernest and Sarah had six daughters: Isabel, Anne, Elizabeth, Margaret, Anne, and Marjorie. Ernest is placed as a son of Andrew for the following reasons: (i) name and time are correct; (ii) Ellon is not too far up the coast from Arbroath and Brechin; (iii) how rare was the name Ernest Fiddler at the time?; (iv) Ernest names a daughter Elizabeth.
3. Anne Fiddler was born 8 May 1797 at Arbroath, Scotland and died 12 May 1845 at Montrose, Scotland. She married at Brechin, Scotland 27 May 1816, Alexander Milne, born about 1796 and died after 1841. Alexander was a corn merchant. Alexander and Anne had four children surnamed Milne: Marjory, Elizabeth, Ernest Fiddler, and Robert Galloway.
Parish Records from Ellon, Arbroath, Brechin, and Montrose, available from the LDS church on microfilm or at www.familysearch.org.