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Mary ROBERTSON

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Hello,

Mary MALCOLM b. 27 Apr 1830 c. 30 May 1830 Gorbals, Lanark

1881
CP Cathecart
15 Albert Drive
Archibald H Robertson age 48 occ boot manufacture born Millport
Mary wife age 47 born Glasgow
Mary R niece age 20 born Glasgow
Margaret Nesbet age 27 visitor born Glasgow

Looks as though Archibald died between 1881 and 1891.

Death 1915 Mary ROBERTSON (MALCOLM) age 86 Hillhead, Lanark

I'd like a look up please for Mary in 1891 and 1901.

Regards,

Dave
 
Hi Dave

1901
Registration Number: 622/2
Registration district: Shettleston
Civil parish: Shettleston
COUNTY: Lanarkshire
Address: 31 Gray St

ROBERTSON Mary head 1833 68 Glasgow, Lanarkshire


The Standard (London, England), Wednesday, October 25, 1882; pg. 6; Issue 18181. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS
Archibald Hunter Robertson, Glasgow, boot and shoe manufacturer, at the Faculty Hall, Glasgow.


Glasgow Herald (Glasgow, Scotland), Monday, July 13, 1885; Issue 166.
BUTE ARRAN AND CUMBRAE
MILLPORT, To be sold, by Public Roup, within the Faculty Hall, Saint George's Place,Glasgow, on Wednesday, the 15th day of July, 1885 at two o'clock afternoon.
That property situated near to and facing the Quay, Millport, which belonged to the late Archibald Hunter Robertson, consisting of two shops, and four dwelling-houses, etc, etc.

cheers
cp
 
Hello cp,

Thank you very much.

I know this Mary is the right one. ;)

The marriage is the only place I've seen Mary's middle name of Lyle.

Death 1882 Archibald Hunte ROBERTSON age 48 Stirling, Stirling

Name field full so no room for the last letter.

Regards,

Dave
 
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