Caroline Maud Fergusson1

(1874 - 1952)
Father*Ewen Fergusson1 b. c 1836, d. 1915
Mother*Caroline Mary Field1 b. 1841, d. 1874
Caroline Maud Fergusson was born in Pontypool, Monmouthshire, on 28 August 1874.1,2
She was listed in the 1901 census, boarding at 3 Stanley Place, George St in Pontypool, Monmouthshire, where she was working as a draper's assistant for the Head of the household, who was a dressmaker.3

She married William John Morgan at the Parish Church in Trevethin, Monmouthshire, on 7 August 1911. He gave his occupation as bootmaker.4

She was listed in the 1921 census at 59 Tramroad Side in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, with her husband William; he was the district manager for the Scottish Legal Assurance Society Ltd.5

She was listed in the 1939 Register at 16 Heolddu Drive in Gelligaer, Glamorganshire, with William John Morgan; he was an insurance manager.2

Caroline's death was registered between April 1952 and June 1952 in Glamorganshire.6

Family

William John Morgan (1877 - )
Child
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p163, 3Q1874, mother's maiden name FIELD.
  2. [S1044] Census - 29 Sep 1939, UK Register, RG101/7329A/011/4 Letter Code: XJJT, Schedule 85.
  3. [S430] Census - 31 Mar 1901, UK census, ED 2 RG13-4944, Folio 95, p59.
  4. [S1263] National Archives - Archives Wales (Archifau Cymru), Monmouthshire, Wales, Anglican Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1551-1994; p166.
  5. [S1259] Census - 19 Jun 1921, UK census, RG15-26793, RD 590, SD 2, ED 2, Schedule 306.
  6. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of East Glamorgan, Vol 8b, p221, 2Q1952, aged 77.

Catherine Fergusson

(c 1849 - 1925)
Father*John Fergusson b. c 1791, d. 1866
Mother*Christy McGregor b. 1799, d. 1887
Catherine Fergusson was born in Logierait, Perthshire, circa 1849.1
The siblings Jane, Janet, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Catherine were listed in the 1851 census at Balmore in Logierait, Perthshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Christy McGregor.1

She married Robert Robertson at 287 Duke St in Dennistoun, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, on 28 June 1878. He was a bank messenger.2

She was listed in the 1881 census at 66 George St in St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with her husband Robert; he was a bank messenger. Their child John was listed as living with them.3

She was listed in the 1891 census at 66 George St in St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with her husband Robert; he was still a bank messenger. Their children John, Robert, Christina and William were listed as living with them.4

She was listed in the 1901 census at 66 George St in St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with her husband Robert; he was still working as a bank messenger. Their children John, Robert, Christina, William and Janet were listed as living with them.5

She was listed in the 1911 census at 97 Spottiswoode St in Morningside, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with her husband Robert; he was now retired; they both spoke English and Gaelic and their house had four rooms with 3 or more windows. Their children John, Christina and Janet were listed as living with them, as was a lodger.6

She was widowed on the death of her husband Robert on 17 December 1915, for which she was also the informant.7

She was listed in the 1921 census as Head of Family at 6 Lower Inverack in Blair Atholl, Perthshire. Her son John was listed as living with her.8

Catherine died on 7 May 1925 at Pitlochry Nursing Home in Pitlochry, Perthshire, of heart failure. It was noted that her usual residence was at Lower Inverack in Blair Atholl, which was also her son's residence, as per their 1921 census return.9

Family

Robert Robertson (c 1835 - 1915)
Children
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S118] Census - 30 Mar 1851, UK census, Scottish GRO 376/00 012/00 010.
  2. [S917] GRO Scotland, marriage record, District of Dennistoun, Statutory Marriages, GRO 644/03 265.
  3. [S116] Census - 3 Apr 1881, UK Census, Scottish GRO 685/02 104/00 004.
  4. [S178] Census - 5 Apr 1891, UK census, Scottish GRO 685/02 102/00 010.
  5. [S430] Census - 31 Mar 1901, UK census, Scottish GRO 685/02 107/00 010.
  6. [S687] Census - 2 Apr 1911, UK census, Scottish GRO 685/06 009/00 013.
  7. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, District of Morningside,, Statutory Deaths, GRO 685/06 1261, aged 81.
  8. [S1259] Census - 19 Jun 1921, UK census, Scottish GRO 334/ 5/ 1.
  9. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, District of Moulin, Statutory Deaths, GRO 384/01 012, aged 76.

Christian Fergusson

(c 1826 - )
Father*John Fergusson b. c 1791, d. 1866
Mother*Christy McGregor b. 1799, d. 1887
Christian Fergusson was born in Logierait, Perthshire, circa 1826.1
The siblings Christian, Ewen, Janet and Mary were listed in the 1841 census at Balmore in Logierait, Perthshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Christy McGregor.1
She was listed as the niece of John Stewart in the 1851 Census at West Tempar in Fortingall, Perthshire, employed as the household servant.2

She married William Stewart in Middlebridge, Blair Atholl, Perthshire, on 8 June 1860. He stated he was a shepherd, and his father was a farm labourer, while she was a domestic servant, and it appears that she took four years off her age.3
The siblings Ann, Jane and Christian were listed in the 1861 census at Balmore in Rannoch, Perthshire, with their father John Fergusson.4

Family

William Stewart (c 1832 - )
Child
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S117] Census - 6 Jun 1841, UK census, Scottish GRO 376/00 012/00 005.
  2. [S340] Census - 7 Apr 1861, UK census, Scottish GRO 355/0A 010/00 008.
  3. [S917] GRO Scotland, marriage record, District of Blair Atholl, Statutory Marriages, GRO 334/00 0003.
  4. [S340] Census - 7 Apr 1861, UK census, Scottish GRO 367/00 001/00 006.

David Millar Fergusson1,2

(c 1901 - )
Father*Augustus James Fergusson1 b. 1867, d. 1949
Mother*Margaret Duncan Millar1 b. 1872, d. 1955
David Millar Fergusson was born in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, circa January 1901.1,2
The siblings Ewen, Mary and David were listed in the 1901 census at 39 Lugar St in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, with their parents, Augustus James Fergusson and Margaret Duncan Millar.1
The siblings Ewen, Mary, David, Angus, Caroline, Margaret, Janet and Robert were listed in the 1911 census at 39 Lugar St in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, with their parents, Augustus James Fergusson and Margaret Duncan Millar.3
He was listed as the grandson of David Millar in the 1921 Census at 119 Alexander St in Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, and was a pile-runner at the Scottish Iron & Steel Co.4
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S430] Census - 31 Mar 1901, UK census, Scottish GRO 652/02 019/00 027 Roll CSSCT1901-347.
  2. [S612] GRO Scotland, birth/bapt record, District of Coatbridge (or Old Monkland), Statutory Births, GRO 652/2 143, mother's maiden name MILLAR (surname recorded as FERGUSON).
  3. [S687] Census - 2 Apr 1911, UK census, Scottish GRO 652/02 023/00 004.
  4. [S1259] Census - 19 Jun 1921, UK census, Scottish GRO 652/2 25/ 14.

Donald Fergusson1

(1867 - )
Mother*Jane (Jean) Fergusson1 b. c 1833, d. 1913
Donald Fergusson was born at Balmore in Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, on 28 August 1867. His birth entry states that he was the son of the informant (Jane WILLIAMSON, maiden surname FERGUSSON), wife of James WILLIAMSON, "who, informant declares, is not the father of the child". He later appears in census entries as Donald CAMPBELL, and it is interesting (but inconclusive) that the 1861 census shows the FERGUSSON household had a neighbour Donald CAMPBELL.2
He was listed as the grandson of Christy McGregor in the 1871 Census in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, with his name recorded as Donald Ferguson CAMPBELL, implying his actual father's name.3
He was listed as the grandson of Christy McGregor in the 1881 Census at Struan cottage in Blair Atholl, Perthshire.4
He was listed in the 1911 census at Struan cottage in Blair Atholl, Perthshire, in the household of his mother Jane (Jean) Fergusson, with the occupation of shepherd.5
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S612] GRO Scotland, birth/bapt record, District of Kinloch Rannoch, Statutory Births, GRO 367/00 0015; "the son of the informant (Jane Williamson, maiden surname Fergusson), wife of James Williamson, who, informant declares, is not the father of the child."
  2. [S612] GRO Scotland, birth/bapt record, District of Kinloch Rannoch, Statutory Births, GRO 367/00 0015.
  3. [S367] Census - 2 Apr 1871, UK census, Scottish GRO 334/00 005/00 008.
  4. [S116] Census - 3 Apr 1881, UK Census, Scottish GRO 334/00 005/00 003 FHL film 203502.
  5. [S687] Census - 2 Apr 1911, UK census, Scottish GRO 334/00 005/00 002.

Donald Stuart Bagnall Fergusson

(1940 - 2008)
Father*Ewen Mcgregor Field Fergusson b. 1897, d. 1974
Mother*Winifred Evelyn (Bobbie) Bagnall b. 1905, d. 1999
Donald Stuart Bagnall Fergusson was born in Singapore on 8 February 1940.

Ewen and Donald arrived in Liverpool on 2 August 1945 on the Dominion Monarch from Melbourne with their parents Ewen and Winifred.1

Donald finally returned (giving England as intended permanent residence) on 27 March 1949, arriving into Southampton on the William Ruys with their mother Winifred.2

Donald's marriage to Alison Victoria Bayliss was registered between July 1972 and September 1972 in Wolverhampton, Midlands.3

Donald died on 20 September 2008 in Singapore at age 68.4,5

His will was probated in Winchester on 21 October 2010.4

Family

Alison Victoria Bayliss (1946 - 2014)
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S720] UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960, at https://www.ancestry.com, Inwards Passenger Lists, Class BT26, Piece 1211, Item 95.
  2. [S720] UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960, at https://www.ancestry.com, Inwards Passenger Lists, Class BT26, Piece 1251, Item 68.
  3. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Marriage: District of Wolverhampton, Vol 9b, p2976, 3Q1972.
  4. [S677] Index - England High Court of Justice, England & Wales National Probate Calendar, probate registered in Winchester registry, no. 3103025.
  5. [S1100] Newspaper - The Straits Times, issue of 23 Sep 2008, p38, Obituary.

Elizabeth Fergusson

(c 1846 - 1923)
Father*John Fergusson b. c 1791, d. 1866
Mother*Christy McGregor b. 1799, d. 1887
Elizabeth Fergusson was born in Logierait, Perthshire, circa 1846.1
The siblings Jane, Janet, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Catherine were listed in the 1851 census at Balmore in Logierait, Perthshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Christy McGregor.1
She was listed as the sister of Alexander Fergusson in the 1861 Census at Middleton Farm in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire.2

She married John Hyslop in Thornhill, Morton, Dumfries, on 18 September 1874. He was a carter and this was his second marriage - he was the widower of Henrietta LAURIE; she was a domestic servant, probably employed at the Buccleuch Hotel in Thornhill, as that was her stated place of residence.3

She was listed in the 1881 census at Drumlanrig Mains cottage in Durisdeer, Dumfries, with her husband John; he was now a coachman. Their children John, William, Robert and Christina were listed as living with them.4

She was widowed on the death of her husband John on 22 January 1888.5

She was listed in the 1891 census as Head of Family at 7 Willowbank Cres in Kelvin, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; the household included four lodgers. Her children John, Robert, Henry and David were listed as living with her.6

She was listed in the 1901 census as Head of Family at 16 Stanley St in Kelvin, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; she was keeping lodgers and there were two in the household plus a visiting law clerk, one John P MACDONALD. Her children John, Robert, David and Henry were listed as living with her.7

She was listed in the 1911 census as Head of Family at 1636 Gt Western Rd in Partick, Glasgow, Lanarkshire; she as still keeping lodgers and the John MACDONALD who was 'visiting' in 1901 was still present in the household. Her son Henry was listed as living with her.8

She was the informant of Ewen Fergusson's death at 22 Kirkton Terrace in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, on 6 March 1915.9

She was listed in the 1921 census as Head of Family at 22 Kirkton Terrace in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire.10

Elizabeth died on 30 March 1923 at 61 West Princes St in Hillhead, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, of a cerebral thrombosis. It was noted that her usual residence was 22 Kirkton Place in Old Kilpatrick.11

Family

John Hyslop (c 1823 - 1888)
Children
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S118] Census - 30 Mar 1851, UK census, Scottish GRO 376/00 012/00 010.
  2. [S340] Census - 7 Apr 1861, UK census, Scottish GRO 501/00 001/00 008.
  3. [S917] GRO Scotland, marriage record, Parish of Morton, Statutory Marriages, GRO 843/00 006.
  4. [S116] Census - 3 Apr 1881, UK Census, Scottish GRO 823/00 006/00 004.
  5. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, Parish of Durisdeer, Statutory Deaths, GRO 823/00 003, aged 66.
  6. [S178] Census - 5 Apr 1891, UK census, Scottish GRO 644/09 054/00 001.
  7. [S430] Census - 31 Mar 1901, UK census, Scottish GRO 644/09 056/00 025.
  8. [S687] Census - 2 Apr 1911, UK census, Scottish GRO 644/12 018/00 021.
  9. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, Parish of Old Kilpatrick, Statutory Deaths, GRO 501/00 0140, aged 79.
  10. [S1259] Census - 19 Jun 1921, UK census, Scottish GRO 501/ 4/A 1.
  11. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, District of Hillhead, Statutory Deaths, GRO 644/12 319, aged 76.

Elspeth Fergusson1

(1753 - )
Father*Thomas Fergusson1
Mother*Janet Conacher1 b. 1724
Elspeth Fergusson was born in Moulin, Perthshire, in 1753.1 and was baptised on 27 January 1753 in Moulin.1

Citations

  1. [S612] GRO Scotland, birth/bapt record, District of Moulin, OPR Births/baptisms, GRO 384/10 15.

Ernest Stuart Fergusson

(1864 - 1941)
Father*John Fergusson b. 1830, d. 1902
Mother*Jessie Muirhead McFarlane b. 1835, d. 1915
Ernest S FERGUSSON (1864-1941)
Ernest Stuart Fergusson was born in Cardiff, Glamorganshire, on 15 August 1864.1,2
The siblings Alexander, John, Ernest, Norman and Anita were listed in the 1871 census at 14 1/2 Newcastle St in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Jessie Muirhead McFarlane.3
The siblings Alexander, Ernest, Norman, Anita, Mabel, James and Winifred were listed in the 1881 census at Cardiff St John in Cardiff, Glamorganshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Jessie Muirhead McFarlane. Ernest was a clerk in a coal office.4

He married Constance Evelyne Legay Hawkins, daughter of Willoughby Legay Hawkins and Fanny Wiggins, at St Margaret's Church in Roath, Glamorganshire, on 1 October 1888.1,5,6
He was listed as a boarder in Jane Eleanor (Ellen) Savours's household in the 1891 Census at Culver House in Michaelstone-super-Ely, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, and gave his occupation as iron-ore importer; his son Gilbert was with him.7

Ernest was the defendant in a strange breach of promise court case at London, Middlesex, on 19 March 1895. One Alice White claimed he had met her in 1888, shortly before his marriage, and had proposed to her in 1894. He claimed she was well aware he was a married man and no such proposal took place. She claimed £10,000 in damages - the jury, after 5 minutes deliberation, decided he was guilty, but awarded her only £500 with costs.8

He served in the Boer War as a Trooper (#13186) in the 52 Company (Paget's Horse), 19th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry, and earned the Queen's Sth Africa Medal Clasp.9

Ernest was separated from his wife, Constance Evelyne Legay Hawkins at Cardiff, Glamorganshire, in May 1905. Constance applied for a separation order on the grounds of desertion, as she had not lived with her husband since shortly after she heard the news of the breach of promise action against him, which had occurred two days before the birth of a child. The court ordered maintenance of £2 per week and costs against Ernest.10

He left Liverpool on the 13 May 1908 on the Friesland, bound for Philadelphia, describing himself as an 'iron master metallurgist.11'

He was convicted of habitual drunkenness and committed to a certified inebriate reformatory at Brentry for 3 years on 5 April 1911 at London County Court in London, Middlesex. This followed a series of arrests for drunkenness from 29 July 1910 until 14 Sep 1910 (when he had variously used the name of James Edwards or Ernest Stewart Fergus(s)on) and a conviction on 8 Nov 1910 for being a habitual drunkard, when he had pleaded guilty on his own recognizance for £5.12,13
He was listed in the 1911 census at H.M. Prison Brixton in Brixton Hill, Lambeth, London, and gave his occupation as 'mining engineer.14'

He left London for Naples on the 10 April 1914 on the Otway - now giving his occupation as Commercial Agent - this would have been only shortly after his release from his 3 years detention.11
He was listed in the 1921 census, boarding at 7-11 Shorts Gardens in St Giles and Bloomsbury, Middlesex, and gave his occupation as 'mineralogist', working on his own account. He also claimed (incorrectly) to be widowed, as did his wife.15

He left Southampton on the 2 June 1925 on the Tambora, bound for Tangier, Morocco - he now claimed to be a mine-owner.11

He was widowed at age 72 on the death of his wife Constance on 4 December 1936.16,17

He was listed in the 1939 Register at 6 St Clares Chamber, Silvester St in Southwark, London, Middlesex; he gave his occupation as 'hawker'.18

Ernest's death was registered between January 1941 and March 1941 in Hammersmith, London, Middlesex.19
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S468] Family Tree - Daniel A Cooper, "Family Trees - McGregors by Cooper."
  2. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Merthyr Tydfil, Vol 11a, p335, 3Q1864, mother's maiden name MACFARLANE.
  3. [S367] Census - 2 Apr 1871, UK census, ED 29 RG10-5396 Folio 25 p4 GSU roll 849483.
  4. [S116] Census - 3 Apr 1881, UK Census, ED 4 RG11-5276 Folio 148 p66 FHL film 1342269.
  5. [S881] Newspaper - Western Mail (South Wales), issue of 2 Oct 1888, p3, District News.
  6. [S915] GRO England & Wales, marriage record, District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p445, entry 252.
  7. [S178] Census - 5 Apr 1891, UK census, ED 2 RG12-4405 Folio 17 p11 GSU Roll: 099515.
  8. [S6] Newspaper - Times of London, issues of 19 Mar 1895, p14; 20 Mar 1895, p3; 21 Mar 1895, p14; issues 34528-30; Law, White v. Fergusson.
  9. [S541] National Archives of Britain, at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, WO128. Imperial Yeomanry, Soldiers' Documents, South African War.
  10. [S887] Newspaper - Evening Post, issue of 4 May 1905, #1653, page 5, column 4.
  11. [S729] Passengers leaving UK, 1890-1960, at https://www.findmypast.co.uk
  12. [S541] National Archives of Britain, at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, MEPO 6/85, Metropolitan Police: Criminal Record Office: Habitual Criminals Registers and Miscellaneous Papers. Note that this record over-states his age by 10 years - probably a transcription error.
  13. [S541] National Archives of Britain, at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk, HO140 - piece 282; A Calendar Of Prisoners Tried At The November General Session Of The Peace For The Year 1910 and piece 290 for 1911.
  14. [S687] Census - 2 Apr 1911, UK census, RG14PN2143 RD25 SD5 ED45 SN1.
  15. [S1259] Census - 19 Jun 1921, UK census, RG15-1254, RD 12, SD 1, ED 33.
  16. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p438, aged 72.
  17. [S677] Index - England High Court of Justice, England & Wales National Probate Calendar, probated in Liandaff, to Willoughby Roden Angel HAWKINS, retired secretary.
  18. [S1044] Census - 29 Sep 1939, UK Register, RG101/0530F/002/6, Letter Code: AUOJ, Schedule 1, as Stuart E FERGUSSON.
  19. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Hammersmith, Vol 1a, p312, 1Q1941.
  20. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p333, 3Q1889, mother's maiden name HAWKINS.
  21. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p353, 4Q1890, mother's maiden name HAWKINS.
  22. [S6] Newspaper - Times of London, issue of 13 Sep 1919, p1, issue 42204, In Memoriam.
  23. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p386, 1Q1892, mother's maiden name HAWKINS.
  24. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Cardiff, Vol 11a, p314, 3Q1894, mother's maiden name HAWKINS.

Ewen Fergusson

(c 1836 - 1915)
Father*John Fergusson b. c 1791, d. 1866
Mother*Christy McGregor b. 1799, d. 1887
Ewen Fergusson was born in Logierait, Perthshire, circa 1836.1
The siblings Christian, Ewen, Janet and Mary were listed in the 1841 census at Balmore in Logierait, Perthshire, with their parents, John Fergusson and Christy McGregor.1
He was listed in the 1851 census, visiting the household of a Peter CAMPBELL at 'Fynacuile' in Logierait, Perthshire.2
He was listed as the brother of John Fergusson in the 1861 Census at 42 Thomas St in Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, and was a travelling draper.3

Ewen's marriage to Caroline Mary Field, daughter of Richard Field and Susan Fuller, was registered between October 1864 and December 1864 in Hertford, Hertfordshire.4

He was listed in the 1871 census as Head of Family at West Place in Pontypool, Trevethin, Monmouthshire, with his wife Caroline; he was a travelling draper. Their children Alexander, Susan and Richard were listed as living with them, as was Caroline's sister Susan Field.5

He was widowed on the death of his wife Caroline between July 1874 and September 1874.6

He was listed in the 1881 census as Head of Family at George St in Pontypool, Trevethin, Monmouthshire; he was a travelling draper (a shirt-maker). His children Alexander and Augustus were listed as living with him, as was his sister-in-law Susan Field.7

Ewen's second marriage was to Isabella McDonald on 15 July 1892 at Kirkton in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire. He now gave his occupation as journeyman mason; Isabella had previously been married to a John SCOTT.8

Ewen died on 6 March 1915 at 22 Kirkton Terrace in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, of a cerebral haemorrhage, with his occupation now stated to be 'dyke builder.9'

Family 2

Isabella McDonald (c 1849 - 1914)
ChartsThomas Fergusson (c1758-1844) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S117] Census - 6 Jun 1841, UK census, Scottish GRO 376/00 012/00 005.
  2. [S118] Census - 30 Mar 1851, UK census, Scottish GRO 376/00 012/00 007.
  3. [S340] Census - 7 Apr 1861, UK census, ED 19 RG9-4054 Folio 8 p10 GSU roll 543227.
  4. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Marriage: District of Hertford, Vol 3a, p459, 4Q1864.
  5. [S367] Census - 2 Apr 1871, UK census, ED 2 RG10-5331 Folio 36 p21 GSU roll 848440.
  6. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Death: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p89, 3Q1874.
  7. [S116] Census - 3 Apr 1881, UK Census, ED 9 RG11-5251 Folio 71 p8 GSU roll 1342264.
  8. [S917] GRO Scotland, marriage record, Parish of Old Kilpatrick, Statutory Marriages, GRO 501/00 066.
  9. [S918] GRO Scotland, death record, Parish of Old Kilpatrick, Statutory Deaths, GRO 501/00 0140, aged 79.
  10. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p143, 4Q1865, mother's maiden name FIELD.
  11. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p136, 3Q1867, mother's maiden name FIELD; this registration date implies an error in the census data.
  12. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p146, 1Q1869, mother's maiden name FIELD.
  13. [S1263] National Archives - Archives Wales (Archifau Cymru), Monmouthshire, Wales, Anglican Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1551-1994, p628, entry 3367, accessed 1 Feb 2022 in Ancestry.
  14. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p144, 3Q1873, mother's maiden name FIELD.
  15. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Qtrly Indexes, Birth: District of Pontypool, Vol 11a, p163, 3Q1874, mother's maiden name FIELD.