It does indeed. It is a warning about believing anything you find in online family trees! Hyderabad sounds much more likely than Elgin.
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Looking on ancestry just now for Margaret Addie...
There is a death for a Charles Simon Fraser age 80 , 1973 Dumbarton , 505/ 322.He could. There is a birth of Charles Simon Fraser in Dundee in 1893.
Could he be the son aged 7 on the 1901 Census ?
There's a 2 year old granddaughter in the 1851 census a Janet Brash? Am wondering if she was possibly Mary's daughter?In the transcription posted earlier by Normamac (Reply #1, yesterday) Janet Brash is listed as aged 9, not aged 2. The SP index also says she was 9. Where did you find her aged 2?
Looks like I'm wrong - not like me ! Although perhaps affluent was the wrong word to use. Maybe I should have said slightly better off than many other Glaswegians ?Don't forget that in some places where there were tenements, the poorest tenants would be on the top floor, where the rent would be cheapest, and the more affluent ones on the first floor. Just because these Wotherspoons weren't an affluent family doesn't mean that all the occupants of the tenement were in similar circumstances.