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Archibald MALCOLM


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Hello crankypants,

1891 Scotland census
C.P: Greenock West
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 73 Nicolson St
MALCOLM Archibald, head 1835 age 46 Iron Ship Builder Largs, Argyllshire [Ayr]
MALCOLM Alexander, son 1852 age 39 Teacher (Certificaled) Greenock, Renfrewshire [1862 age 29]
MALCOLM Ann C, daur 1865 age 26 DressmakerGreenock, Renfrewshire
MALCOLM Elizabeth, daur 1868 age 23 House Keeper Greenock, Renfrewshire
MALCOLM Jeannie B, daur 1871 age 20 Milliner Greenock, Renfrewshire
Please see if you can find Archibald in 1901. It's possible he died in 1907 in Cumbrae, Bute. Thanks.



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