Another name for Jean was Jane Park.
"James Park at Mill of Aquhairny (Auquharney near Hatton) a child baptised and named Jean Will. Shand & Thomas Smith Witnesses"
She resided in 1749 in "in this parish" (Aberdour). 4
Jean married Alexander Hacket, son of Alexander Hacket and Christian Wilson, on 3 Sep 1749 in Aberdour (Aberdeen).1 (Alexander Hacket was christened on 26 Jan 1728/29 in Carniewhing, Tyrie (Aberdeen),5 died on 25 Jul 1793 6 and was buried in Kirkyard of Alvah, Banff.)
"September 3rd Alexander Hacket in Tyrie and Jean Park in this parish were orderly married"
1 Scotland's People - Index, www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, 03/09/1749 HACKET ALEXANDER JEAN PARK/ M Aberdour (Aberdeen) /ABERDEEN 169/ 0010 0331.
2 The Church of Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, www.familysearch.org/, 12/03/1728 PARK JEAN JAMES PARK/ U Cruden /ABERDEEN 185/ 0010 0070.
Web (Misc), Aberdeen FHS MIs. Jane PARK 5 Mar 1806
4 Scotland's People - Document Image, www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Marriage.
5 Scotland's People - Document Image, www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Baptism.
6 Aberdeen and NE Scotland FHS, Alvah MI. "In memory of ALEXANDER HACKET late farmer in Kirktown of Alva d. 25 July 1793 aged 64; his spouse JANE PARK d. 5 Mar, 1806 aged 81. Of their children CHARLES d. Sept. 1779 aged 21, ALEXANDER d. 24 Sept. 1780 aged 29 & ELSPET d. 13 Sept. 1782 aged 17. This stone was erected as a mark of respect by their affectionate son WILLIAM HACKET farmer in Mains of Fedderet; his beloved sister MARGARET d. 30 May 1809 aged 39. Also in memory of ISABELLA HACKET wife of WILLIAM WALLACE gardener Lady Bridge Asylum d. 23 Dec. 1893 aged 76. 1 line text.".