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*** COMPLETED *** John Patrick b.1854 and family
« on: Tuesday 29 December 09 19:26 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone and the compliments of the season :)

I'm working on a branch of my wife's maternal Family Tree and have come across a family who don't feature beyond the 1881 Census when they lived in Dundee and I'm hoping someone may be able to help me find out what happened to them:

JOHN PATRICK who was born 24 Apr 1854 in St Madoes, Perthshire.  He married ANN MCLAREN 04 Jun 1875 in Dundee, Forfarshire.  She was born Abt. 1854 in Perth, Perthshire.

Notes for JOHN PATRICK:
1861 Census Residing at Cransley Cottage, Fowlis Wester, Perthshire - scholar
1871 Census Residing at 129 Rosebank Street, Dundee, Forfarshire
1881 Census Residing at 22 Lilly Bank Road, St Andrew, Dundee, Forfarshire

More About JOHN PATRICK:
Occupation: Bet. 1871 - 1881, Miller; Foreman Rivetter

Notes for ANN MCLAREN:
1881 Census Residing at 22 Lilly Bank Road, St Andrew, Dundee, Forfarshire
   
Children of JOHN PATRICK and ANN MCLAREN are:
i.   ISABELLA SCOTT PATRICK, b. 09 Mar 1876, 98 Blackscroft, Burgh of Dundee, Forfarshire.

Notes for ISABELLA SCOTT PATRICK:
1881 Census Residing at 22 Lilly Bank Road, St Andrew, Dundee, Forfarshire

ii.   HELEN MALCOLM PATRICK, b. 22 May 1878, 98 Blackscroft, Burgh of Dundee, Forfarshire.

Notes for HELEN MALCOLM PATRICK:
1881 Census Residing at 22 Lilly Bank Road, St Andrew, Dundee, Forfarshire

iii.   ANN MCLAREN PATRICK, b. 05 Jun 1880, 98 Blackscroft, Burgh of Dundee, Forfarshire.

Notes for ANN MCLAREN PATRICK:
1881 Census Residing at 22 Lilly Bank Road, St Andrew, Dundee, Forfarshire

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Chiad Fhear


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Drummond, Laing, Pearson, Tulloch ... will do for starters but there's a whole lot more!

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Re: John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 30 December 09 14:50 GMT (UK) »
Found;D
They went out to New South Wales on the Assisted Passage scheme.
Arrived Australia 19 Apr 1885 on ship Aberdeen
John Patrick, Plater, Rivetter and C*lker, 30yrs, Perth. No relations in Colony.
Arrived Australia 8 Oct 1885 on ship Aberdeen
Ann, 32, Housekeeper; [husband already in Sydney]; Isabella, 9; Helen, 7; Ann, 5;  D*ia, 2; Joan, under 1yr; children all born Forfar.
Looks like another 2 children to add to the family as well.
Best wishes for 2010.
Rae
All UK Census Transcriptions are Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Cline: Ireland and Berwick on Twieed
Collin: Eyemouth
Clyne: Ireland, Berwickshire, Northumberland
Barns, Barnes: Fife
Walker: Edinburgh & Stirling
Laing, Wilson, Forrest, Forrester, Colven, Rae, Cowe, Buglass, Johnson, Wilson, Thorburn, Darling, Broomfield, : Berwickshire
McRaw, Cameron, Taylor, Gould/Guild, McIntyre, Maxton, McDonald, Douglass : Perthshire
Cormack, Campbell, Sutherland, Doull: Caithness

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Re: John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 30 December 09 15:49 GMT (UK) »
Rae ... what can I say?  You are a star :o

It's them all right and my wife and I are absolutely'gob-smacked' with this result.

How/from where did you get the information? I'd like to try and include their emigration details against their names in my file.

John would have given his occupation as 'Rivetter and CAULKER' - a 'caulker' being the man who put the 'caulk' (a waterproof material, such as oakum or pitch) in between deck planks on ships to make it watertight.

Seems as if I'm to spend more Credits on ScotlandsPeople to find their other two bairns.

Lang may yer lum reek!

Regards

Chiad Fhear
Aye mair questions than answers in a world where the past was a different place - that cannae be revisited!

Family surnames being researched ...
Crawford, Neilson, Lindsay, Reekie, Davidson
Drummond, Laing, Pearson, Tulloch ... will do for starters but there's a whole lot more!

Census information Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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Re: John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 30 December 09 17:01 GMT (UK) »
 ;D
Glad to have helped. It will take you some steps forward now!
I found the information on Ancestry under Immigration and Emigration after, like you, I hadn't found them on any other census. I used Helen's name as I thought that would show up quickly and it did! I think the D*ia might be Davina as on S.P free search there was one born 1883, St Andrews Dundee.
I'm sure my lum will keep reekin' as long as I don't spend too much on this hobby of mine!
If I can be of any help just let me know.
All the best.
Rae
All UK Census Transcriptions are Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Cline: Ireland and Berwick on Twieed
Collin: Eyemouth
Clyne: Ireland, Berwickshire, Northumberland
Barns, Barnes: Fife
Walker: Edinburgh & Stirling
Laing, Wilson, Forrest, Forrester, Colven, Rae, Cowe, Buglass, Johnson, Wilson, Thorburn, Darling, Broomfield, : Berwickshire
McRaw, Cameron, Taylor, Gould/Guild, McIntyre, Maxton, McDonald, Douglass : Perthshire
Cormack, Campbell, Sutherland, Doull: Caithness

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Re: John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 30 December 09 19:01 GMT (UK) »
And here they are ... :)

iv.  DAVINA PATRICK, b. 02 May 1883, 95 St Matthew Street, Burgh of Dundee, Forfarshire.

More About DAVINA PATRICK:
Emigration: 1885, With parents to New South Wales, Australia (Assisted Passage Scheme) on the SS 'Aberdeen' arriving 8 Oct 1885

v.  JOAN PATRICK, b. 27 Feb 1885, 95 St Matthew Street, Burgh of Dundee, Forfarshire.

More About JOAN PATRICK:
Emigration: 1885, With parents to New South Wales, Australia (Assisted Passage Scheme) on the SS 'Aberdeen' arriving 8 Oct 1885

Terrific 'find' Rae ... RootsChatters triumphs again!

What's your LAING interest Rae?

Regards

Chiad Fhear
Aye mair questions than answers in a world where the past was a different place - that cannae be revisited!

Family surnames being researched ...
Crawford, Neilson, Lindsay, Reekie, Davidson
Drummond, Laing, Pearson, Tulloch ... will do for starters but there's a whole lot more!

Census information Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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Re: *** COMPLETED *** John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 17 March 10 05:28 GMT (UK) »
Re John Patrick,
He was my paternal great grand father.Love to exchange information.

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Re: *** COMPLETED *** John Patrick b.1854 and family
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 17 March 10 07:23 GMT (UK) »
Hi Tarrawanna

I've just sent you a PM with my email address

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Chiad Fhear
Aye mair questions than answers in a world where the past was a different place - that cannae be revisited!

Family surnames being researched ...
Crawford, Neilson, Lindsay, Reekie, Davidson
Drummond, Laing, Pearson, Tulloch ... will do for starters but there's a whole lot more!

Census information Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk