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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #18 on: Wednesday 11 April 07 12:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Jenny,

I have a marriage cert for Christina McIntyre Fulton who married George Gibb at 24 Glasgow Rd Wishaw 5th Jul 1892.  George Gibb and Christina Fulton both died in 1950 at 41 Glen Rd Wishaw.  George was 82 and Christina was 84.  The informant on both death certs was their daughter Christina McIntyre Fulton Gibb.  They would have been buried in the Cambusnethan Cemetery also.

My interest is in the Gibb family.  I would have looked for the 1901 census for this family but can't have found them as it's not in my records.  So thus far I only know of the one daughter.  Hope this helps.

Heather

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #19 on: Wednesday 11 April 07 18:17 BST (UK) »
Hi Heather,

Yep I have records on this family. I don't have George Gibb's death record though, so if you could fill me in there it would be greatly appreciated :)

The 1901 census for them is as follows:

1901 census - 2 Almondbank Terrace, Wishaw, Cambusnethan, Lanark

George Gibb Head M 35yrs Engineer Turner b. Wishaw, Lanark
Christina Gibb Wife M 35yrs b. Wishaw, Lanark
Christina McI F Gibb Dau 5yrs b. Wishaw, Lanark

So I suspect only one child too....but there may be more, you never know.

Her birth record is as follows:

Christina McIntyre Fulton Gibb b. 16 Jan 1896 at 29 Glasgow Road, Wishaw, Cambusnethan, Lanark.

How are you related to George Gibb?

Jenny
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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #20 on: Wednesday 11 April 07 22:24 BST (UK) »
Hi Jenny,

George Gibb, Iron Turner, married to Christina McIntyre Fulton died 02 Feb 1950, 1 Hour O Minutes AM at 41 Glen Rd Wishaw aged 82.  His father was John Gibb, Spirit Merchant (Deceased) and his mother was Ann Gibb, m.s. Inglis (Deceased)

Cause of death: Senility, Cerebral Degeneration, 1 month.  Coma 1 day.  As cert. by Alec Logan

Informant: Chrissie McI F Gibb, daughter, present

Death registered 02 Feb 1950 at Wishaw by ..... Campbell, Assistant Registrar

Thanks so much for the information on the 1901 census - I'll see if I can locate a Lair No. for George Gibb and Christina Fulton. 

I research my husband's family - George Gibb's eldest brother was John Gibb who married Jane Russell.  Jane Russell was my husband's gg grandmother on his mother's side.

Hope this is of use to you,

Heather.


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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday 11 April 07 22:47 BST (UK) »
Hi Heather,

Thanks for the info re: George Gibbs death. Let me know if you locate the grave as I would love to see it too  ;)

My great great grandmother Agnes Wilson Fulton was Christina McIntyre Fulton's little sister.

Thanks again

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #22 on: Saturday 16 February 08 01:41 GMT (UK) »
Hello again Heather,

Just a quick note to say that I have recently caught up with some relatives who happened to have some letters regarding this family.

In one letter dated 17.1.1950 (so before Christina and George Gibb died) it states:

"We were rather shocked last April to get a note from Chrissie Gibb telling us that John Gibb had died a few weeks before from heart trouble, this must have been a great blow to Uncle George and Aunt Teen"

The letter was written by Jack Rutherford, George Gibb and Christina Fulton's nephew. So I am assuming that Uncle George and Aunt Teen are the afore mentioned couple, and Chrissie Gibb is their daughter Christina McIntyre Fulton Gibb.....but who is John Gibb??

Thought you may know  :-\

Is it another child for George and Christina that we didn't know about or is it your John Gibb, George's elder brother? Do you have when he died? Was it March/April 1949?

Any help would be appreciated :)

Jenny

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #23 on: Saturday 16 February 08 02:30 GMT (UK) »
Hi Jenny,

No it's not the brother John Gibb because he died in 1932...but I have done some sleuthing and found your man!

Please contact me on * and I will send you the death cert of a son John Gibb who died in 1949.

Regards,

Heather Armit

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #24 on: Saturday 16 February 08 02:52 GMT (UK) »
Will do!  ;D
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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #25 on: Monday 18 February 08 11:52 GMT (UK) »
Hi Ron,

I would be extremely grateful if you could supply any cemetery details of Catherine McAnulty, who died at 1 Steele St. Cambusnethan on May 8, 1874.

She had a daughter, Bridget McAnulty, who was born on February, 1865. She died at an early age (unknown) and may have been buried in local cemetery also.

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search
« Reply #26 on: Monday 18 February 08 14:45 GMT (UK) »
Hi Dixons,
Sadly, Ron Porteous passed away some time ago, he was a very nice chap.
I have had a look at the Cambusnethan records that I have but can't find any Catherine McAnulty who died in 1874. I did find Catherine McAulay, housewife, aged 42 years, abode Wishaw, married. Father's name Christopher McSorley. She is buried in common ground. The name McAulay may have been transcribed wrongly - it does happen sometimes.

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