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Source reference N31 :

Individuals : Dunlop Elizabeth McKinnon
Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was born on 11 April 1882 at 14 South Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ; at 2:00 am.3 She was the daughter of Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter.2 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was born circa April 1883 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .4,5 She was educated on 5 April 1891 at Whiterigs, Lanarkshire, ; scholar.5 She appeared in the household of Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter in the 1891 census at Airdrichill Cottage, Whiterigs, Lanarkshire, .5 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop emigrated with Robert Dunlop on 8 February 1899 at London, ; on board the Kaikoura on a ninety-day voyage bound for Wellington in New Zealand.6,7 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness The family arrived at Hobart in Tasmania, having sailed via Plymouth, Teneriffe and Capetown for an overnight stop with Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter on 27 March 1899.8 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness The family arrived in Wellington aboard the Kaikoura with Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter on 1 April 1899 at New Zealand, .9 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness the family had arrived in Orepuki in the South Island with Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter on 20 April 1899 at New Zealand, .10 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness the family had moved into their new house "a very handsome residence" with Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter on 4 May 1899 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .11 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness Robert (and presumably his family) had a lengthy holiday which included a visit to the Southern Sounds in the North Island of New Zealand. They also visited Christchurch on 17th March. The newspaper reported that the shale works were closing down and that Robert and his family would be returning to Scotland in April with Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter before 17 March 1903.12 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was a witness The family were due to leave New Zealand's South Island from the Bluff on Monday 18 May on the ship Moeraki for Melbourne in Australia. From there they sail in the Ophir. The Otago Witness of 13 May 1903 says "Mr Dunlop takes with him a very carefully-selected and valuable collection of New Zealand curios, fit to adorn the shelves of any museum and these will no doubt be very much admired in the Homeland. Mr Dunlop, during his four years' sojurn amongst us, made many friends, he being always willing to oblige, and was highly respected by his employees. He takes with him the best wishes of all who have come in contact with him for his future prosperity and a quick and safe passage to his native land." with Robert Dunlop on 18 May 1903.13 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop engaged to someone else - he died of TB before 1912.14 Marriage banns for Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop were published on 7 March 1912 at Partick, Glasgow, .15 Marriage banns for Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop and George Templeton were published on 8 March 1912 at Gorbals, Glasgow, .15 As of 5 April 1912,her married name was Templeton.1,4 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop was Married by minister of Kirkaldy Unitarian Church.4 She was domestic servant on 5 April 1912 at Partick, Glasgow, .4 She lived on 5 April 1912 at 33 University Avenue, Partick, Glasgow, .4 She married George Templeton, son of Robert Templeton and Elizabeth Young, on 5 April 1912 at Park Avenue, Dunfermline, Fife, ; After banns according to the forms of the Unitarian Church, by James Forrest; minister of Kirkaldy Unitarian Church.16,1,4 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop lived with George Templeton on 23 July 1913 at 241 Wallace Street, Glasgow, .17 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop lived with George Templeton between 20 December 1913 and 8 August 1919 at 241 Wallace Street, Glasgow, .16,18,19 Her child Walter died on 11 September 1916 at 241 Wallace Street, Glasgow, , at age 1; Cause of death: intestinal catarrh, vomiting & diarrhoea; exhaustion (seen after death). Certified by D G Carmichael MBCM.20 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop lived on 12 July 1921 at 241 Wallace Street, Glasgow, .17 She witnessed the confirmation of the estate of Robert Dunlop on 12 July 1921 at Cupar, Fife, ; Dunlop, Robert, Curator Pittencrief Museum, Dunfermline, residing in Woodmill Rd there, died 21 April 1921 at Dunfermline, testate. Confirmation Cupar, 12 July, to Annabella Dunlop Reid or Dunlop, Woodmill Road aforesaid, his widow, Walter Dunlop, Gas Manager, Margaret Cottage, Cardenden, his son, and Elizabeth Dunlop or Templeton, Wallace Street, Glasgow, his daughter, and William Ross, Solicitor, Dunfermline, Executors. Will dated 12 February 1917 recorded Cupar 1 July 1921. Value of Estate 2988:5:9. (1999 value = 70,280.88p ).17 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop witnessed the death of David Dunlop on 12 December 1937 at 472 Paisley Road West, Glasgow, ; At 11:30pm. Cause of death: spleno-medullary leukaemia, senility. As certified by Donald Walker Walker MB CHB.21 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop lived with George Templeton before 29 April 1942 at 472 Paisley Road West, Glasgow, .22 Her husband George died on 29 April 1942 at 472 Paisley Road West, Glasgow, , at age 61; found dead in bed at 5:00 am. Last seen alive 4:00 am. Cause of death; disseminated sclerosis, certified by Herman Kessel LMSSA.23 Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop lived before 23 June 1966 at 472 Paisley Road West, Glasgow, .24 She Died in geriatric unit of Southern General Hospital - separate building from main hospital. ? possible reason for Govan Road address in death certificate. on 23 June 1966.25 She died on 23 June 1966 at 1301 Govan Road, Glasgow, , at age 84; At 4:50pm. Cause of death: cardiovascular degeneration, senility; certified by Andrew Johnston MB.26

 

Source reference N32 :

Individuals : Dunlop James
James Dunlop was born on 25 February 1787 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .1 He was the son of James Dunlop and Margaret Cuthbert.1

 

Source reference N33 :

Individuals : Dunlop James
James Dunlop was born on 15 July 1792 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .1 He was the son of James Dunlop and Margaret Cuthbert.1

 

Source reference N34 :

Individuals : Dunlop John
John Dunlop was born on 10 November 1782 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .1 He was the son of James Dunlop and Margaret Cuthbert.1

 

Source reference N35 :

Individuals : Dunlop Margaret
Margaret Dunlop was born on 23 April 1789 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .1 She was the daughter of James Dunlop and Margaret Cuthbert.1

 

Source reference N36 :

Individuals : Dunlop Marion
Marion Dunlop was born between 1811 and 1816 at Ayrshire, .1 She was the daughter of Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie.1 She was listed in the 1841 census at Whitletts Village, St Quivox, Ayrshire,

 

Source reference N37 :

Individuals : Dunlop Robert
Robert Dunlop was born on 29 February 1848 at Clins Vennel, St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; Robert, lawful son of Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth McKinnon.3,4 He was the son of Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth Mackinnon.2 Robert Dunlop was born on 1 March 1848.5 He was born on 21 April 1848 at Ayr, Ayrshire, .2,6 He lived with Walter Dunlop between 5 August 1850 and 23 January 1853 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .7,8 Robert Dunlop was At home on 31 March 1851 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .9 He appeared in the household of Walter Dunlop in the 1851 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .9 Robert Dunlop lived with Walter Dunlop on 12 October 1855 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .10 Robert Dunlop was farm labourer earning 8 farthings a day in 1856 at Ayrshire, .4 He lived with Walter Dunlop on 7 May 1858 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .11 Robert Dunlop was a scholar on 7 April 1861 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .12 He appeared in the household of Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth Mackinnon in the 1861 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, when the family of nine, including Jean McKinnon, were living in one room.13,12 Robert Dunlop was indentured as apprentice iron moulder for 7 years - wage 12 shillings a week in 1862 at Ayrshire, .4 Burned indentureship papers.4 He was employed between November 1867 and December 1867 at The Standard Foundry, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .4 He lived on 1 March 1870 at 106 Chapel Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .5 He was Married in Free Church of Scotland.5 He married Ann Hunter, daughter of David Hunter and Ann Henderson Ferguson, on 1 March 1870 at 106 Chapel Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland, by R W Lawson minister Free High Church, Airdrie.14,1,5 Robert Dunlop was iron moulder between 1 March 1870 and 11 April 1882 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .15,16,14,17,18,19,20,21,5 He was an iron moulder on 3 April 1871 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .22 He and Ann Hunter appeared in the 1871 census at 51 North Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ,, when he and Ann were living in 1 room.22 Robert Dunlop lived between 5 June 1872 and 25 April 1877 at 51 North Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .19,21,17,18,16 He witnessed the birth of Robert Dunlop on 21 February 1875 at 51 North Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ; at 3:00 pm.23 Robert Dunlop witnessed the death of Ann Dunlop on 16 April 1876 at 51 North Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ; at 1:00 pm. Cause of death: debility from birth, certified by Hugh Arthur MD.24 Robert Dunlop lived between 31 August 1878 and 11 April 1882 at 14 South Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .14,15,20 He and Ann Hunterappeared in the 1881 census at 14 South Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ,, 2 rooms with 1 or more windows.6 Robert Dunlop was employed in 1882 at Stanrigg Oil Works, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .4 He first elected a member of the Geological Society of Glasgow in 1883.25 He was became member of society in 1883 at Geological Society of Glasgow, Glasgow, .4 He was became manager of oil works in 1884 at Stanrigg Oil Works, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .4 He was became partner in company in 1890 at Shettleston Oil & Chemical Co (Ltd), Glasgow, .4 He was oil work manager (mineral) on 5 April 1891.26 He and Ann Hunterappeared in the 1891 census at Airdrichill Cottage, Whiterigs, Lanarkshire, .26 Robert Dunlop was honorary curator of museum in 1894 at Airdrie Museum, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .4 He first elected as vice-president of the Glasgow Geological Society on 12 November 1896.25 He was employed by setting up a new oil-shale plant in 1899 at Pumpherston Oil Co, Orepuli, New Zealand, .4 He emigrated on 8 February 1899 from London, ; on board the Kaikoura on a ninety-day voyage bound for Wellington in New Zealand.4,27 He Two weeks after the family's departure, the New Zealand Otago Wtiness was advertising Robert's arrival on 23 February 1899.28 He and Ann Hunter The family arrived at Hobart in Tasmania, having sailed via Plymouth, Teneriffe and Capetown for an overnight stop on 27 March 1899.29 Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter The family arrived in Wellington aboard the Kaikoura on 1 April 1899 at New Zealand, .30 Robert Dunlop Robert was a Burns enthusiast and was due to give a lecture on "The Land of Burns" at Dundedin after he arrived in the South Island of New Zealand after 1 April 1899 at New Zealand, .30 He and Ann Hunter the family had arrived in Orepuki in the South Island on 20 April 1899 at New Zealand, .31 Robert Dunlop and Ann Hunter the family had moved into their new house "a very handsome residence" on 4 May 1899 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .32 Robert Dunlop shale from a test shaft produced 90 gallons of oil from a ton of shale on 8 June 1899 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .33 He Robert proposed to the Orepuki debating society that science should be added to the ordinary work of the association and in particular the flora and fauna of the district should be studied in September 1899 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .34 He Robert sent the company's engine to Hirstfield to collect the Hon Mr McGowan, Minister for Mines, and his party and showed them round the shale-oil works.
          He took a photo of the party and also invited them to his house for a rest. on 29 April 1900 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .35,36 He the shale works are almost completed on 3 May 1900 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .35 He on the morning of the ceremony for turning the first sod of the Orepuki-Waiau railway Robert escorted the Hon J G Ward (Minister of Railways) and his party round the shale works on 29 May 1900 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .37 He at the monthly concert of the Burns Club, Robert gave a lecture on the "Homes and Haunts" of Robert Burns. Many of his lantern slides were used to illustrate the lecture on 20 June 1900 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .38 He the New Zealand government proposed reducing the duty on imported kerosene and candles, which raised concerns about the viability of the New Zealand Coal and Oil Company which owned the Orepuki works in August 1900.39 He Lord Ranfurley, the Governor of New Zealand, visited Orepuki. As part of the visit, Robert showed him round the shale-oil works on Sunday 18 November between 17 November 1900 and 21 November 1900.40,41 He Robert showed the Minister of Public works, the Hon W Hall-Jones, over the shale-oil works as part of an official visit to the area on 9 January 1901.42 He Lady Ranfurley (the Regernt's wife) visited Orepuki and Robert duly showed her round the shale oil works on 29 January 1901.43 He a delegation of southern MPs visited the Prime Minister to ask for assistance for the Orepuki Shale Company. The reduction in import duties meant that the company was making a loss of 20,000 per year on 31 July 1901.44 He The Prime Minister visited the Orepuki works and was shown round by Robert. This was followed by a banquet in the evening at which Robert proposed one of the toasts. on 2 December 1901.45 He the shale oil works were taken over by J G Ward Co, who kept Robert on as their manager on 12 June 1902.46 He A relic from Robert's collection was show at a meeting of the Otago Institute by Mr A Hamilton who said it was "a very remarkable and unique specimen" and thought it might be a sacred relic brought to New Zealand by early visitors from the Society Islands on 8 July 1902.47 He and Ann Hunter Robert (and presumably his family) had a lengthy holiday which included a visit to the Southern Sounds in the North Island of New Zealand. They also visited Christchurch on 17th March. The newspaper reported that the shale works were closing down and that Robert and his family would be returning to Scotland in April before 17 March 1903.48 Robert Dunlop The family were due to leave New Zealand's South Island from the Bluff on Monday 18 May on the ship Moeraki for Melbourne in Australia. From there they sail in the Ophir. The Otago Witness of 13 May 1903 says "Mr Dunlop takes with him a very carefully-selected and valuable collection of New Zealand curios, fit to adorn the shelves of any museum and these will no doubt be very much admired in the Homeland. Mr Dunlop, during his four years' sojurn amongst us, made many friends, he being always willing to oblige, and was highly respected by his employees. He takes with him the best wishes of all who have come in contact with him for his future prosperity and a quick and safe passage to his native land." on 18 May 1903.49 He lived between 1908 and 1909 at Weirwood Park, Shettleston, Glasgow, .25 He witnessed the death of Ann Hunter on 13 February 1908 at Church Street, Baillieston, Glasgow, ; at 7:40 pm. Cause of death: cardiac disease, cardiac failure. Certified by Geo Richmond MBCHB.50 Robert Dunlop was curator of museum in 1911 at Pittencrief House Museum, Dunfermline, Fife, .4 He lived on 17 March 1911 at Rosemont, Weirwood Park, Baillieston, Glasgow, .51 He was oilwork manager retired on 17 March 1911.51 He married Annabella Dunlop, daughter of John Dunlop and Jane Fisher, on 17 March 1911 at 102 Parson Street, Glasgow, ; by declaration in accordance with the warrant of sheriff substitute of Lanarkshire dated 17 March 1911. Bride and groom cousins.2,51 Robert Dunlop was Appointer by Association for the Advancement of Science to investigate palaeontology of Dura Den in 1912 at Dura Den, Fife, .4 He witnessed the marriage of Elizabeth McKinnon Dunlop and George Templeton on 5 April 1912 at Park Avenue, Dunfermline, Fife, ; After banns according to the forms of the Unitarian Church, by James Forrest; minister of Kirkaldy Unitarian Church.52,53,54 Robert Dunlop was manager (oil works) on 5 April 1912.1 He was Daughter married by minister of Kirkaldy Unitarian Church.54 He left a will on 12 February 1917.55 He was museum keeper on 21 April 1921 at Dunfermline, Fife, .56 He died on 21 April 1921 at 24 Woodmill Road, Dunfermline, Fife, , at age 73; Cause of death: acute endocarditis, infarction of lung, certified by J F Fleming MB.56 He was buried after 21 April 1921 at Lair No 30-31, Compartment D, Sandymount Cemetery, Glasgow, .57 His estate was confirmed on 12 July 1921 at Cupar, Fife, ; Dunlop, Robert, Curator Pittencrief Museum, Dunfermline, residing in Woodmill Rd there, died 21 April 1921 at Dunfermline, testate. Confirmation Cupar, 12 July, to Annabella Dunlop Reid or Dunlop, Woodmill Road aforesaid, his widow, Walter Dunlop, Gas Manager, Margaret Cottage, Cardenden, his son, and Elizabeth Dunlop or Templeton, Wallace Street, Glasgow, his daughter, and William Ross, Solicitor, Dunfermline, Executors. Will dated 12 February 1917 recorded Cupar 1 July 1921. Value of Estate 2988:5:9. (1999 value = 70,280.88p ).55

 

Source reference N38 :

Individuals : Dunlop Robert
Robert Dunlop was born circa 1781.2 He was born on 22 January 1785 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, ; James Dunlop Collier in Newton and Margaret Cuthbert his spouse had a son baptized Born the 22 of the same month named Robert.3 He was baptized on 23 January 1785 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, ; James Dunlop Collier in Newton and Margaret Cuthbert his spouse had a son baptized Born the 22 of the same month named Robert.4,3 He was the son of James Dunlop and Margaret Cuthbert.2 Robert Dunlop was born before 8 October 1798.5 He lived on 8 October 1814 at Kilwinning, Ayrshire, .6 Marriage banns for Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie were published on 8 October 1814 at Kilwinning, Ayrshire, ; Robert Dunlop and Agness Scobey both in this Parish, gave in their names upon Saterday Oct'r 8th in order to be proclaimed for marriage and was marriage.1,7 Robert Dunlop was a collier on 10 June 1818 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .8 He was a coal miner on 7 June 1841 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .9 He and Agnes Scobie appeared in the 1841 census at Whitletts Village, St Quivox, Ayrshire, .9 Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie appeared in the 1851 census at Main Road, Whitletts, St Quivox, Ayrshire, .10,11 Robert Dunlop was a coal miner on 31 March 1851 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .11 His child Thomas married Margaret Savage on 21 November 1856 at Whitletts, St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; after Banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland by Stair McQuhae, Min. The witnesses were James Bone and James McConnell.12,13 Robert Dunlop was a miner on 11 January 1858.14 His child Ann married Robert Thomson on 11 January 1858 at Ayr, Ayrshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland by Thomas Dykes, Minister of Ayr 2nd Charge. The witnesses were Margaret Dykes and James Suton.15,14 Robert Dunlop was pauper (formerly coal miner) before 11 March 1859 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .2 He died on 11 March 1859 at Whitlets, St Quivox, Ayrshire, , at age 74; at 1:00 pm. Cause of death: age and frailty, six weeks. No medical attendant.16 He was buried after 11 March 1859 at Newton Churchyard, St Quivox, Ayrshire

 

Source reference N39 :

Individuals : Dunlop Robert
Robert Dunlop was born on 11 September 1815 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, .1 He was the son of Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie.1

 

Source reference N40 :

Individuals : Dunlop Robert
Robert Dunlop was born circa 1830 at Newton, Ayrshire, .2 He was the son of Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie.1 He was listed in the 1841 census at Whitletts Village, St Quivox, Ayrshire, .3 He was listed in the 1851 census at Main Road, Whitletts, St Quivox, Ayrshire, .4,2 Robert Dunlop was a coal miner on 31 March 1851 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .2

 

Source reference N41 :

Individuals : Dunlop Walter
Walter Dunlop was born on 1 June 1818 at Newton-on-Ayr, Ayrshire, ; Robert Dunlop Coallier and Agnes Scobbie his wife, both belonging to the Church had twin boys baptized, Born the 1st of this month and named
          The first born Walter
          the Second born John.3,4,5 He was the son of Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie.2 Walter Dunlop was baptized on 10 June 1818 at Newton on Ayr, Ayrshire, ; Robert Dunlop Coallier and Agnes Scobbie his wife, both belonging to the Church had twin boys baptized, Born the 1st of this month and named
          The first born Walter
          the Second born John.6,5 He was an engineer on 7 June 1841 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .7 He was listed in the 1841 census at Whitletts Village, St Quivox, Ayrshire, .7 Marriage banns for Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth Mackinnon were published on 25 October 1846 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; Walter Dunlop in Kilmaurs parish and Elizabeth McKinnon in this parish 3 days.8 Walter Dunlop lived on 31 October 1846 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .9 Marriage banns for Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth Mackinnon were published on 31 October 1846 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, ; This day Walter Dunlop in this parish and Elizabeth McKinnon in the parish of St Quivox gave in their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage 2 days.10 Walter Dunlop married Elizabeth Mackinnon, daughter of James McKenna and Jane McWhirter, on 12 November 1846 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .1,11 Walter Dunlop was engineman - wage 17 shillings a week on 29 February 1848 at Caprington Colliery, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, .12 He lived between 5 August 1850 and 23 January 1853 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .13,14 He was Engine keeper on 31 March 1851 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .15 He appeared in the 1851 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .15 He lived on 12 October 1855 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .16 He was Engine keeper on 12 October 1855 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .16 He was engine keeper on 7 May 1858 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .17 He lived on 7 May 1858 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .17 He was engineman between 8 July 1860 and 10 May 1863 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .11,18 He was an engine keeper on 7 April 1861 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .19 He and Elizabeth Mackinnon appeared in the 1861 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, when the family of nine, including Jean McKinnon, were living in one room.20,19 Walter Dunlop witnessed the birth of Agnes Dunlop on 10 May 1863 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ; at 11:30 pm.21 Walter Dunlop was an engine driver on 3 April 1871 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .22 He and Elizabeth Mackinnon appeared in the 1871 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, when the family of eight were living in one room.22 His child Jane married Robert Templeton on 29 November 1872 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, ; after Banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland, by William Jeffrey Minister of Riccarton Parish.23,24,25 Walter Dunlop was enginekeeper between 29 November 1872 and 1 December 1874 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .1,26 His child Jane died on 1 December 1874 at Burnpark Cottages, Riccarton, Ayrshire, , at age 21; at 4:00 am. Cause of death: fever 14 days; certified by James Rankine, surgeon, Kilmarnock.27 His child James married Margaret Dick Bone on 4 February 1876 at Fosche Mill?, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland by Alex Webster Min'r. The witnesses were Walter Dunlop and Jessie Bone.28 His child Walter married Maggie Kennedy on 16 February 1877 at Lathenhill, Dalmellington, Ayrshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church, bu James Patrick, U>P> Church, Patna. The witnesses were James Ravie? and Agnes Steele.29 Walter Dunlop was engine keeper before 10 January 1881 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .3 He died on 10 January 1881 at Burnpark Cottages, Riccarton, Ayrshire, , at age 62; at 3:00 am. Cause of death: bronchitis & emphysema , some years. Certified by Guthrie Rankine MB.3 He was colliery engineman before 21 April 1921.30

 

Source reference N42 :

Individuals : Fulton Fullarton
Fullarton Fulton was born circa 1834 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .1 He married Elizabeth Muir, daughter of John Muir and Barbara Scobie, on 31 December 1860 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .2,1,3 Fullarton Fulton was a coal miner on 8 April 1861 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .4 He was listed as head of household in the 1861 census at Bridge Inn, Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .4 He was a coal miner on 3 April 1871 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .5 He was listed as head of household in the 1871 census at No 6 Knock Kentibie Row, Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, ,, [Ancestry has the family indexed as "Futton"].5 He was a coal miner on 3 April 1881 at Knockentiber, Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .6 He was listed as head of household in the 1881 census at Knockentiber, Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .6 He was a retired coal miner on 6 April 1891 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, .1 He was listed as head of household in the 1891 census at 18 Hemphill Row Plan Road, Dundonald, Ayrshire, .1 He died in 1899 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire

 

Source reference N43 :

Individuals : Gilmour Janet
Occupation:Domestic servant.Residence at marriage Drumphail.
          Wigtown Free Press.26Nov1925.At Clayshant,Stoneykirk on the 14th.inst.
          Janet Gilmour,widow of Robert Wilson,aged 72 years.Deeply regretted.
          No will.
          1871 Census Name: Janet Gilmore Age: 19 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Relationship: Servant Gender: Female Where born: Mochrum, Wigtownsh Registration Number: 893 Registration district: New Luce Civil Parish: New Luce County: Wigtownshire Address: Drumpail Farm Ho Occupation: Servant ED: 4

 

Source reference N44 :

Individuals : Hunter Ann
Ann Hunter was baptized on 14 November 1847 at Free High Church, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .3 She was the daughter of David Hunter and Ann Henderson Ferguson.2 Ann Hunter was born between 13 February 1848 and 5 April 1848 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .2,4 She was born circa 1 March 1848.5 She was listed as a member of the household of David Hunter in the 1851 census at 5 Burnfoothill, Dalmellington, Ayrshire, .6,7 Ann Hunter was a cotton handloom weaver on 8 April 1861 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .8 She was listed in the 1861 census at 64 Hallcraig Street, New Monkland, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ,, when the family of eight were living in two rooms.8 She lived on 1 March 1870 at 106 Chapel Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .5 As of 1 March 1870,her married name was Dunlop.1,5 She was housekeeper on 1 March 1870 at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, .5 She married Robert Dunlop, son of Walter Dunlop and Elizabeth Mackinnon, on 1 March 1870 at 106 Chapel Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland, by R W Lawson minister Free High Church, Airdrie.9,1,5 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop appeared in the 1871 census at 51 North Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ,, when he and Ann were living in 1 room.10 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlopappeared in the 1881 census at 14 South Bridge Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, ,, 2 rooms with 1 or more windows.11 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlopappeared in the 1891 census at Airdrichill Cottage, Whiterigs, Lanarkshire, .4 Ann Hunter emigrated with Robert Dunlop on 8 February 1899 at London, ; on board the Kaikoura on a ninety-day voyage bound for Wellington in New Zealand.12,13 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop The family arrived at Hobart in Tasmania, having sailed via Plymouth, Teneriffe and Capetown for an overnight stop on 27 March 1899.14 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop The family arrived in Wellington aboard the Kaikoura on 1 April 1899 at New Zealand, .15 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop the family had arrived in Orepuki in the South Island on 20 April 1899 at New Zealand, .16 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop the family had moved into their new house "a very handsome residence" on 4 May 1899 at Orepuki, New Zealand, .17 Ann Hunter and Robert Dunlop Robert (and presumably his family) had a lengthy holiday which included a visit to the Southern Sounds in the North Island of New Zealand. They also visited Christchurch on 17th March. The newspaper reported that the shale works were closing down and that Robert and his family would be returning to Scotland in April before 17 March 1903.18 Ann Hunter lived on 13 February 1908 at Rosemont, Weirwood Park, Baillieston, Glasgow, .19 She died on 13 February 1908 at Church Street, Baillieston, Glasgow, , at age 60; at 7:40 pm. Cause of death: cardiac disease, cardiac failure. Certified by Geo Richmond MBCHB.19 She was buried after 13 February 1908 at Lair No 30-31, Compartment D, Sandymount Cemetery, Glasgow, .20

 

Source reference N45 :

Individuals : Kain Alexander
Grocer

 

Source reference N46 :

Individuals : MacKinnon Elizabeth
Elizabeth Mackinnon was born circa 12 October 1822 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .3 She was born on 21 June 1823 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; Elizabeth lawful daughter of James Mackinnon and Jane Macwhirter born 21 and baptized 25 June 1823.1 She was the daughter of James McKenna and Jane McWhirter.2 Elizabeth Mackinnon was baptized on 25 June 1823 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; Elizabeth lawful daughter of James Mackinnon and Jane Macwhirter born 21 and baptized 25 June 1823.4,1 She was born circa 30 June 1823 at Wallacetoun, Ayr, Ayrshire, .2,5 She lived on 25 October 1846 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .6 Marriage banns for Elizabeth Mackinnon and Walter Dunlop were published on 25 October 1846 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, ; Walter Dunlop in Kilmaurs parish and Elizabeth McKinnon in this parish 3 days.6 Marriage banns for Elizabeth Mackinnon and Walter Dunlop were published on 31 October 1846 at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, ; This day Walter Dunlop in this parish and Elizabeth McKinnon in the parish of St Quivox gave in their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage 2 days.7 As of 12 November 1846,her married name was Dunlop.8 Elizabeth Mackinnon married Walter Dunlop, son of Robert Dunlop and Agnes Scobie, on 12 November 1846 at St Quivox, Ayrshire, .8,9 Elizabeth Mackinnon lived with Walter Dunlop between 5 August 1850 and 23 January 1853 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, .10,11 Elizabeth Mackinnon appeared in the household of Walter Dunlop in the 1851 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .12 Elizabeth Mackinnon was floorer or flowerer - doing embroidery for the local lace industry. circa 1852 at Ayrshire, .13 She lived with Walter Dunlop on 12 October 1855 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .14 Elizabeth Mackinnon lived with Walter Dunlop on 7 May 1858 at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, .15 Elizabeth Mackinnon and Walter Dunlop appeared in the 1861 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, when the family of nine, including Jean McKinnon, were living in one room.16,17 Elizabeth Mackinnon and Walter Dunlop appeared in the 1871 census at Laputa, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, when the family of eight were living in one room.18 As of 1872, Elizabeth Mackinnon was also known as Elizabeth McKenna.8 Her child Jane married Robert Templeton on 29 November 1872 at Riccarton, Ayrshire, ; after Banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland, by William Jeffrey Minister of Riccarton Parish.19,20,21 Her child Jane died on 1 December 1874 at Burnpark Cottages, Riccarton, Ayrshire, , at age 21; at 4:00 am. Cause of death: fever 14 days; certified by James Rankine, surgeon, Kilmarnock.22 Her child James married Margaret Dick Bone on 4 February 1876 at Fosche Mill?, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the Church of Scotland by Alex Webster Min'r. The witnesses were Walter Dunlop and Jessie Bone.23 Her child Walter married Maggie Kennedy on 16 February 1877 at Lathenhill, Dalmellington, Ayrshire, ; after banns according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church, bu James Patrick, U>P> Church, Patna. The witnesses were James Ravie? and Agnes Steele.24 Her husband Walter died on 10 January 1881 at Burnpark Cottages, Riccarton, Ayrshire, , at age 62; at 3:00 am. Cause of death: bronchitis & emphysema , some years. Certified by Guthrie Rankine MB.25 Elizabeth Mackinnonappeared in the 1881 census at Burn Park Row, Riccarton, Ayrshire, ,, 3 rooms with 1 or more windows. Row of 24-42 houses. ? miners houses - all contain miners, all with 3 rooms with windows. Next to Caprington Castle and Caprington Mains.5 She died on 30 June 1881 at Burnpartic Cottages, Riccarton, Ayrshire, , at age 58; Cause of death: phthisis pulmonaris 8 months, asthenia. Certified by Guthrie Rankin MB.

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