Author Topic: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2  (Read 47145 times)

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #153 on: Thursday 14 January 16 16:56 GMT (UK) »
Sorry, the information was taken from the Plot Owners book, which doesn't record parents names. The Day Book, which does record parents names, hasn't survived for the old churchyard between 1861 and 1907.
You would have to check her death certificate on Scotlandspeople.
Paterson, Torrance, Gilchrist - Hamilton Lanarkshire. 
McCallum - Oban, McKechnie - Ross of Mull Argyll.
Scrim - Perthshire. 
Liddell - Polmont,
Binnie - Muiravonside Stirlingshire.
Curran, McCafferty, Stevenson, McCue - Co Donegal
Gibbons, Weldon - Co Mayo.
Devlin - Co Tyrone.

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #154 on: Sunday 13 August 17 18:28 BST (UK) »
Lodger, Any records for a Patrick Wilson who died 21 December 1880

Father Thomas Wilson and mother Alice Convoy?

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #155 on: Saturday 19 August 17 01:31 BST (UK) »
Hi Sancti,

It appears that our friend Lodger is off sunning himself on the Costa del Sol (even though he would have us all believe he's working  ;D) so I have some Cambusnethan records from way back and can help you out with this one.

PATRICK WILSON, occupation Screeman, resident Newmains, aged 19 yrs and single was interred in Common Ground 23 Dec 1880...parents Thos Wilson and Alice Convoy.

also buried in Common Ground for the same parents...

BRIDGET WILSON, aged 11 mths, resident Newmains buried 6 Nov 1872

JOSEPH WILSON, aged 2 yrs, resident Newmains buried 19 May 1886

Regards, Sage

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #156 on: Saturday 19 August 17 08:11 BST (UK) »
Fantastic Sage

Thank you

Edit

Death date for Joseph was 18 May 1880

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #157 on: Saturday 19 August 17 10:08 BST (UK) »
Guys, is this scree-man a screen-man, working at the coal screens?

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #158 on: Saturday 19 August 17 10:12 BST (UK) »
Scree - an arrangement of parallel bars arranged on a slope over which coal is passed at a pithead to remove dross,

scree-man - the worker in charge of the riddling of the coal at a pit-head

http://www.scottishmining.co.uk/3.html

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #159 on: Saturday 19 August 17 10:14 BST (UK) »
Even Saturday's a school day!  ;D

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Re: Cambusnethan Cemetery Grave Search - Part 2
« Reply #160 on: Monday 04 December 17 16:16 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone,

First time poster! But i'm hoping someone might be able to help me track down some family records relating to the Todds in the Cambusnethan/Wishaw area.

I'm after any information on Thomas Todd possibly born around 1790/1971. The 1841 census show's him age 50 living with wife Margaret (or Mary) Todd nee Baird and children Mary, Margaret, Thomas, John and William Todd. His occupation was a 'surfaceman' which I think is related to the Railway although an earlier records show him to be a farm servant/agricultural labourer at Glenochar (?).

On Dec 30th 1842 they had a further son David Todd who I'm also hopeful of finding burial records for. He was a Railway Porter/Pointsman and lived in Railway Station House, Wishaw (or Wishaw Station House) with his wife Elizabeth Todd nee Hastie. He died there aged just 35 on November 19 1879. Any information on Elizabeth too would be great.

Thanks in advance!!  :)