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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #27 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 16:02 GMT (UK) »
A breakthrough!

7 Mar 1868 Derrinraw
Patrick
Patrick McLEAN, Derrinraw, labourer
Ann Jane McLean formerly McCANN
Patrick McLean X, father, Derrinraw, 19 Mar 1868

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Superintendent Registrar's District, Registrar's District, Registerted in District of, Union, County
Date and place of birth
Name
Names and dwelling place of father, occupation of father
Names and maiden name of mother
Informant, Residence of informant, Date of registration)

Found here: http://www.dustydocs.com.au/linkSpecial/59/147115/baptisms-1864-1880.html

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #28 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 17:12 GMT (UK) »
A breakthrough!

7 Mar 1868 Derrinraw
Patrick
Patrick McLEAN, Derrinraw, labourer
Ann Jane McLean formerly McCANN
Patrick McLean X, father, Derrinraw, 19 Mar 1868



There's a death in Denniston 1932 of a Patrick McLean b +/- 1 year 1868 might be worth looking at

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #29 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 21:05 GMT (UK) »
Fab, thank you Wendy. Where did you find that? Doesn't seem to be showing up on my Ancestry.

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #30 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 21:26 GMT (UK) »
Scotlands People website

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #31 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 21:42 GMT (UK) »
Census Scotland 1881 @ 222 Castle Street Glasgow
McLEAN Patrick   50yrs  gl labourer           b. Ireland
McLEAN Bridget  48yrs                            b. Ireland
McLEAN Ann         4yrs  grand daughter   b. Glasgow


If this is Patrick Snr in 1881 that Wivenhoe found there is a possible marriage in 1872 Glasgow Central District Patrick McLean to a Bridget Docherty

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #32 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 22:06 GMT (UK) »
Also there is a death of a Patrick Mclean in 1896 Lochwinnoch age 64 which would fit with the Patrick at 222 Castle Street in 1881 The reason I think this is the same one is in 1891 in Lochwinnoch there's
Patrick age 50
Bridget age 40
Rosann age 7
James age 5
Patrick hasn't aged since 1881 and Bridget has got 8 years younger ??? but 5 years later there's the death of the 64 year old if this is James father then it should name both of his wives as well as his parents which would also be on his marriage to Bridget

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #33 on: Thursday 06 December 18 02:31 GMT (UK) »
For the original image Reply #4, I think it may be St. Mungos Chapel?

If this is Patrick Snr in 1881 that Wivenhoe found there is a possible marriage in 1872 Glasgow Central District Patrick McLean to a Bridget Docherty

I'm posting details of a marriage I have which doesn't seem to fit within the Docherty line I'm tracing (yet) but may be of interest later to yourself or others researching the surname?

Marriage;

Owen Ryan (Riveter's Holder on) Bachelor 24 yrs
Jane Docherty (Handkerchief Hemmer) Spinster 20 yrs
Both were living at 216 Mathieson St, Glasgow
Married 31 Dec 1902 St. Francis' Church, Glasgow (R.C. Church)
Marriage registered Hutchesontown, Glasgow
Witnesses: James O'Donnell & Mary McLuskey

Parents of Jane Docherty;
John Docherty (Confection Worker) & Janet Docherty (M.S. Peebles)

As it happens, the son of Owen Ryan & Jane Docherty married one of my Dochertys but whether a coincidence or actually related, I haven't got far enough back yet to find out as it's a very recent line of enquiry  ;D

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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #34 on: Thursday 06 December 18 07:36 GMT (UK) »
Fab, thank you Wendy. Where did you find that? Doesn't seem to be showing up on my Ancestry.
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Re: McLeans of Glasgow
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 06 December 18 15:24 GMT (UK) »
Once things are clearer, one death that might be worth thinking of is in Glasgow/High Church area:

Ann Jane McLean other name McCann, aged 43 died in 1870. Mother's maiden name Nugent.


With Wendy's find of a possible second marriage for Patrick Snr, you might want to have a look at the possible death we had for wife.

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