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Cecilia KELTIE


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Registration Number: 465
Registration district: Alloa
Civil Parish: Alloa
Town: Alloa
County: Clackmannanshire
ED: 1
Address: 44 Castle Street
Household schedule number: 68 Line: 8
KELTIE Cecilia head 1816 age 65 Torryburn, Fifeshire
GRAMGER Cecilia grandaughter 1869 age 12 Alloa, Clackshire Genl. Dom. Serv.
I'd like a look up please for Cecilia KELTIE/ KELTY in 1891 and 1901. I believe she died in 1902.

One of 10 children:

Page 13 1868 Deaths in the Parish of Alloa County of Clackmannan
No 13 - Marion Keltie 1868 January Thirtieth 9 hr A.M. Inngate Alloa - F - 16 yrs - James Keltie Woollen Weaver Decd. Cecilia Keltie M.S. Masterton - Bright's Disease of the Kidneys as certified by Peter Brotherston, F.R.C.S.E. - Margaret Keltie, Sister-in-law Not Present - 1868 3 February at Alloa Wm. D Bruce Registrar

I have no idea yet which one of the sons, James, John, David or William married a Margaret. Amos and Adam are too young to have married by 1868.


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