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David Christie STEWART

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1901
Civil Parish: Dunfermline
County: Fife
Address: 26 Carnegie Street
William Stewart Head 59 [no occ given] Dunfermline
Eliza M Wife 46 Factory W linen weaver Dunfermline
James son 19 Slaters app Dunfermline
Sarah A dau 11 Dunfermline
Effie dau 9 Dunfermline

1891
Civil Parish: Dunfermline
County: Fife
Address: 22 Holyrood Pl
David Stewart Head 71 Retired slater Dunfermline
Euphemia dau 36 Housekeeper Dunfermline
Catherine dau 31 Damask linen weaver Dunfermline
David Stewart g/son 22 Clerk Dunfermline
Mary Stewart g/dau 14 Card laser Dunfermline

1897 STEWART DAVID CHRISTIE M 76 DUNFERMLINE /FIFE 424/00 0488

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1897 DEATHS in the District of Dunfermline in the County of Fife
No. 488 - David Christie Stewart Slater (Master) Widower of Elizabeth Sands - 1897 December Eleventh 2h 0m A.M. 22 Holyrood Place Dunfermline - M - 76 years - William Stewart Damask Weaver (Decd.) Beky Stewart M.S. Cliff (Decd.) - Stricture of Oesophagus 3 months as Cert. by A. J. Macgregor M.D. - William Stewart his x mark Son 26 Carnegie Street James Walls Registrar Witness - 1897 December 11th At Dunfermline James Walls Registrar [B. in right margin]

That's one death I got from SP earlier this week. No need to post any part of the image as it is easy to read. Bit surprised eldest son Wiliam only made his mark x. He was also a slater by trade.

The death certificate is the only place I've so far seen where David has a middle name. Now that I have his parents names the search continues ...
 

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