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William McBEAN

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Marriage: 14 Dec 1877; Muirtown Street, Inverness, Inverness, Scotland;
after banns according to the forms of the established Church of Scotland;
signed William McBean, sawbuilder, bachelor; age 18; usual residence 25 Rose
Street, Inverness; parents James McBean, general carter and Catherine McBean
M.S. McKenzie; AND signed Annie McDonald, boot closer, spinster; age 18;
usual residence Muirtown Street, Inverness; parents James McDonald, coal
carter and Euphemia McDonald M.S. McPhee; witnesses Robert McBean and
Charles Grant; certificate #153

1881
Glasgow
County: Lanark
Address: 109 Dale St
Household schedule number: 141
William McBean 21
Annie McBean Wife 20 Inverness
James McBean 11 MO
Duncan McDonald 24 Painter (house) Inverness [Annie's brother]
Donald Mason 21


Annie died in Inverness in 1884.

I'd like a look up please for William in 1891. What was his occupation in 1881?

Thanks,

Dave
 

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