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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 12 November 20 09:51 GMT (UK) »
Go to Advanced search, click on Church records, click on baptisms, enter the surname Hutton, the first name Jean and the year 1848.

Her name is Hutton, not Hulton.

For future use, when you enter a name, there is a button at the side of it giving options. If you click on the second option "fuzzy", it brings up alternatives. If you had entered "Hulton" with the fuzzy option, it would probably have brought up Hutton too.

Ancestry has mistranscribed the name. It's Hutton, not Hulton.

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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 12 November 20 14:19 GMT (UK) »
thank you  :D

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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #11 on: Friday 13 November 20 22:29 GMT (UK) »
Robert Hutton, farmer, widower of Mary Howatt, died 28/4/1868 Hutchesontown, Glasgow aged 72 - parents shown as John Hutton, Horse Dealer, and Janet nee Paul.

Family in Kilmarnock in 1861 as Hutton.

Annette

 Hi Annette
I can't seem to find the death of Robert Hutton, which website did you use? 

Many thanks


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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #12 on: Friday 13 November 20 22:30 GMT (UK) »
Go to Advanced search, click on Church records, click on baptisms, enter the surname Hutton, the first name Jean and the year 1848.

Her name is Hutton, not Hulton.

For future use, when you enter a name, there is a button at the side of it giving options. If you click on the second option "fuzzy", it brings up alternatives. If you had entered "Hulton" with the fuzzy option, it would probably have brought up Hutton too.

Ancestry has mistranscribed the name. It's Hutton, not Hulton.


Thankyou so much - I have found this now :D

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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #13 on: Friday 13 November 20 22:31 GMT (UK) »
I have asked for lots of re-scans from scotlandspeople, they are very helpful.

One time, when I said what I was not clear about, they gave their opinion, but also sent a new scan just for my records.

sadly they have said that due to Covid, they cannot provide any new scans.  They have refunded me the credits instead  :-\

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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #14 on: Friday 13 November 20 23:35 GMT (UK) »
1873
on the Third
day of June
at 71 Caledonia Road
Glasgow
After Banns, according
to the Forms of the
United Presbyterian Church

(Signed)                      24      408                            John Jackson
Robert Jackson                      Crown Street               Farmer and
                                            Glasgow                      Mary Jackson
Grocer (master)                                                       M S Smith
(Bachelor)
(Signed)                      24      71                               Robert Hutton
Jeanie Hutton                         Caledonia                    Farmer (deceased)
                                             Road                           Mary Hutton
                                             Glasgow                      M S Hewat
(Spinster)                                                                 (deceased)


(Signed)                              1873
Robert T Jeffrey M D             June 5th
minr. Caledonia Rd Ch
                                          At Glasgow
(Signed)
James Sinclair                      David Murray
Witness                                Assistant
Agnes Stevens                      Registrar
Witness

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Re: Help reading a certificate please
« Reply #15 on: Friday 13 November 20 23:39 GMT (UK) »
Glasgow Herald 6th June 1873:

At 71 Caledonia Road, on the 3d inst., by the
Rev. Robert Jeffrey, of Caledonia Road U. P.
Church, ROBERT JACKSON, Esq., wine merchant,
to JEANIE, youngest daughter of the late ROBERT
HUTTON, Esq., farmer, Auchmour, Buchanan,
Stirlingshire.

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« Reply #16 on: Saturday 14 November 20 10:18 GMT (UK) »
Glasgow Herald 18th March 1874:

At 408 Crown Street, on the 16th inst., Mrs
ROBERT JACKSON; a son.

Glasgow Herald 11th April 1879:

SERVANT, about 18, Wanted. Must be good washer,
honest, and have good character. - R. Jackson, 408 Crown
Street.